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My resources attempt to construct the key concept of the science. The examples then exemplify the idea.

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My resources attempt to construct the key concept of the science. The examples then exemplify the idea.

#### Thermal Energy Transfer by Conduction

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The presentation describes the process of conduction on an everyday scale and then in terms of particles. True or False statement test at the end with answers. This resource could be expanded upon as a lesson in school. It has been designed as a home learning activity. It is 1 in a series of 4 about thermal energy transfer.

#### Brownian Motion

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A concise explanation of this trickiest of concepts.

#### Kinetic Energy

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The KE equation is introduced. Example calculations and a st of questions(with answers).

#### Metals in Oxygen

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This work focuses on the reaction of group1 and group2 metals in oxygen. Equations to balance and molecular diagrams to draw. All answers included. Designed as an introduction to reactions at KS3. Would work as an online resource at KS4.

#### Introducing Resistance(KS3: Middle to low ability)

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Resistors and resistors are introduced. The effect of increasing resistance on current. Simple resistance calculations. Short, sharp, straightforward online task.

#### Introduction to speed

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This work tries to develop an understanding of what speed actually means using common phrases and a range of questions.

#### Relative Speed

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Examples and questions demonstrating the difference between actual speed and relative speed. All answers included.

#### Time period

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Determination of the time period from a range of wave diagrams.

#### Law of reflection

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Characteristics of a reflection diagram from a plane mirror are identified. There is a set of data to graph. A gradient calculation is shown giving a result of 1 which matches the incident angle to the reflected angle which in turn supports the law of reflection. Comments on the reliability of the data are then made.

#### Introduction to electrical circuits

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This presentation introduces the ideas of current and voltage and the measurement of them. It has analogue meters to take readings from and then develops the ideas behind batteries and polarity.

#### Gas pressure

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Gas pressure is described in terms of particles. It addresses what causes gas pressure, how temperature effects pressure and a change in volume and pressure. True or false quiz to assess learning at the end.

#### Resistance intro

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This works looks at the relationship between current and resistance and uses it to establish the change in resistance for different combinations of resistors. Students have to take readings from circuits and establish the pattern in series and parallel combinations.

#### Mass and Weight

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This lesson establishes the concept of mass ad its constant nature throughout the universe The constant gravity of Earth is established as well as other gravitational field strengths. The weight=massxgravity equation is introduced. There are practice calculations throughout as well as a statement test at the end. It would make a good home learning resource.

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This resource links infra-red from the electromagnetic spectrum to thermal radiation and it’s key characteristics are identified. Data on absorption and reflection of different surfaces is listed and a graph plot is required. A conclusion is required about the effectiveness of each surface. This resource has been designed as a home learning resource but would also work in the classroom. It is 1 of a set of 4 pieces about thermal energy transfer.

#### Specific Heat Capacity

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Introducing the concept of thermal capacity which is developed into the SHC equation. Worked examples and questions with answers included.

#### Critical Angle

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Detailed description of the conditions for total internal reflection. Calculations and solutions included. Designed as an online resource, would also work in the classroom.

#### Series and Parallel circuits

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The basics of current in series and parallel circuits. The distribution of voltage in a circuit.

#### Introduction to circuits 2

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Following on from the last lesson we consider the ideas of voltage and current. Key learning points caption and a knowledge check with answers.

#### Which bulb lights

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A range of circuits with bulbs and switches. Combinations of switches are closed, you have to follow the path of the current to decide which bulbs lights. Answers in separate document.

#### Stored Energy

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Energy types identified. Activities are given energy values and total energy required calculations are set. All solutions are shown at the end.