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"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler"-Albert Einstein. These wise words from the worl'd greatest physicist has long inspired my lesson plans, ensuring that concepts are made as simple as possible without dumbing down. All paid for lessons follow the same design, all lessons are clearly differentiated, with plenty of peer assessment and self assessment to reduce teacher workload and are fun and engaging for student and teacher alike.

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"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler"-Albert Einstein. These wise words from the worl'd greatest physicist has long inspired my lesson plans, ensuring that concepts are made as simple as possible without dumbing down. All paid for lessons follow the same design, all lessons are clearly differentiated, with plenty of peer assessment and self assessment to reduce teacher workload and are fun and engaging for student and teacher alike.
Young's Modulus
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Young's Modulus

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A full lesson covering the Young’s Modulus, how to use a micrometer screw-gauge and the required practical 4 for AQA. There are also a few questions including a past paper QWC question
Physics Christmas Fun
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Physics Christmas Fun

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Five activities to get you and your students into the Christmas spirit. Including a full KS3 science skills lesson, GCSE christmas equation activity and two fun A-level revision activities in Mechanics and Quantum Phenomena and a some Physics angels to decorate your classroom.
Distance time graphs
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Distance time graphs

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A full lesson plan covering distance time graphs for the new AQA specification at GCSE. The lesson covers: Basics of a distance-time graphs Calculating speed of a straight line Calculating speed of an accelerating object. Lesson is aimed at a mixed-ability group. includes a worksheet
P1.1 Infrared Radiaition
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P1.1 Infrared Radiaition

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A full lesson complete with worksheets for a low ability year 9 class covering: What is infrared radiation, emitting and absorbing, rate of transfer and different surfaces. The lesson is designed as a double lesson with a wide range of activities. Please give feedback. Any questions about the lesson please message me.
Fluid Pressure
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Fluid Pressure

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A full lesson plan with differentiated worksheets for fluid pressure. Mainly aimed at AQA GSCE Physics
Freefall and projectile Motion
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Freefall and projectile Motion

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A full lesson plan for a mixed ability sixth form class on projectile motion and free fall. Could be used over two lessons. Includes a step by step projectile motion worksheet for weaker students.
A-level Electricity
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A-level Electricity

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Three complete two hour lessons covering the first 6 topics in the Electricity chapter for AQA Physics
GCSE Physics Equations Christmas Activity Bookmarks
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GCSE Physics Equations Christmas Activity Bookmarks

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I have often found that students get worried about when to use each equation. These Christmas bookmarks look at how the same property can be used in three different equations and has differentiated questions on the back to allow students to practice when to use each equation. Perfect for lessons in the run up to Christmas or even a Christmas homework sheet. The bookmarks cover equations for: Force, mass and voltage
Christmas Science Skills
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Christmas Science Skills

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A fun Christmas lesson covering the basics of means and ranges. The lesson has an introduction where the students help an elf monitor the reindeer training program before completing their own experiment to put into practice the skills they have just learned. A perfect way to have a fun Christmas lesson whilst ensuring your students still gain curriculum knowledge in the lesson. for the lesson you will need: Balloons, String, straws. stopwatches, clamp stands (or something else to tie the string to)
Introduction to A-level Electricity
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Introduction to A-level Electricity

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A full lesson introducing the electricity topic for AQA physics. Covering Current and Voltage, Ohm’s law and I-V graphs. Lesson includes questions with answers and an experiment
Forensic Science Careers Poster
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Forensic Science Careers Poster

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21 posters showing the wide variety of specialisms within Forensic Science with a variety of real images of people working within those fields. Each poster also has a list of recommended A-levels for that area of forensics.
Resistivity
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Resistivity

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A whole lesson covering resistivity for A-level physics, including what resistivity is, semiconductors and superconductors.
Ultrasound
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Ultrasound

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A full lesson including an extended writing task, a crossword and a worked example covering the learning objectives required for AQA GCSE Physics
Scalars and Vectors (Introduction to Mechanics)
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Scalars and Vectors (Introduction to Mechanics)

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This is a full lesson for introducing Scalars and Vectors for A-level physics, for a very mixed ability group. The lesson includes activities, worked examples, answers and differentiated learning objectives. The lesson includes two fun activities and a fully differentiated drill sheet, covering E-grade all the way to pre-university level questions for your most able students. The lesson powerpoint includes worked example answers.
Mechanics Easter Egg Hunt
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Mechanics Easter Egg Hunt

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A fun revision lesson covering all of the equations students need to know for the Mechanics topic for AQA year 12 physics. Each easter egg has a question and an answer to a previous question on it. Students work in teams to solve the question to help them find the next egg. With over 35 questions, some easy some difficult it should take most A-level classes at least 1 hour to complete this. For a bit of extra fun, try turning it into a competition, where teams get a mini egg for each correctly solved question at the end of the lesson!
Introduction to Waves
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Introduction to Waves

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An introductory lesson to waves for A-level students. This a a full lesson with GCSE recap do now, literacy activities, self assess and peer assess activities and a homework that links back to the key points from the lesson. All activities have differentiated activities and so can be used for all abilities. This lesson is aimed at the AQA spec, however it could be used as an introduction for all exam boards.