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Science-cover.com supplies resources for teachers looking for support or coverwork teaching Physics in secondary school.
Our resources are designed for a one hour lesson, using a workbook, Presentation and mark scheme.
Visit www.science-cover.com to access all our resources at a subscription cost of £50, including support videos for our lessons.

Access our full selection of workbooks, presentations and mark-schemes at www.science-cover.com.
This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
Students use data on voltage and current to complete a graph, which shows how voltage is directly proportional to the current.
Students use the gradient to calculate a value of the resistance.
The final part of the lesson has students investigate the I-V graph and characteristics of different components.

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This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
This lesson focuses on electrical resistance. Students first cover what we mean by resistance and why it happens. Then we introduce the equation voltage = Current x Time (V = IR). Students are shown examples of how to use the equation and are asked to complete practice questions.
The final part of the lesson explores how combinations of resistors in series and parallel can be used to increase or decrease the total resistance.

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This lesson explains how electricity is distributed through the national grid to get to our homes. We look at the three types of wire - Live wire, neutral wire, earth wire. Explore how the wires should be arranged in the plug (Wire a plug). We also look at some of the saftey devices used in the electricity network - Fuses, Circuit breaker, RCCB.

This download contains a lesson workbook, presentation and mark scheme for seismic waves.
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In this lesson students will:
Explain how are seismic waves produced
Learn the difference between primary waves, secondary waves and surface waves.
Use information from seismic waves to explore the Earth’s structure.

This lesson teaches newtons second law, the relationship between force and acceleration. (F = ma)
This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
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In this lessons students will:
Learn the equation that relates force, mass and acceleration. (Force = mass x acceleration)
Calculate the acceleration of a body when a force of a certain size is applied.
Use an equation triangle to rearrange the equation to find force or mass.
Calculate the Force or mass of an object from its acceleration.

This lesson focuses on how radiation is used in society. This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
Students should:
Explore how a smoke alarm uses radiation to ionise the air.
Explain how beta radiation is used to monitor the thickness of sheets on a production line.
Describe how radiation is used in medicine to perform body scans and in cancer therapy.
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This lesson focuses on how we measure radiation, using values of activity and half-life. This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
Students will:
Define the activity of a substance.
Explain how we use a Geiger-counter
Explain the source of background radiation.
Define the half-life.
Calculate the half-life from a graph.
Use the half-life of Carbon-14 to calculate the age of a material.
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This lesson focuses on the three types of radiation (Alpha, Beta and gamma)
This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
Students will:
Learn what each type of radiation is made from.
Describe the properties of each type of radiation.
Investigate how well each type of radiation moves in the air, or through a material.
Explore the effect of magnetic and electric fields on the radioactive particles.
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This Forces Bundle includes powerpoint, workbooks and mark schemes for the lessons on
Forces (Scalar and vector+ resultant force)
Reaction forces (Newtons third Law)
Force = Mass x acceleration (Newtons second Law
Weight and Mass (calculating g, and terminal velocity)
Stopping Distance (Thinking Distance + Braking Distance)

This bundle covers 5 lessons investigating the effects of forces,
1 - Calculating Momentum
2 - Investigating conservation of momentum in collisions
3 - Moments, Turning Forces and Levers
4 - The centre of mass and stability.
5 - Hooke’s Law (Force on a spring)
Each lesson contains a powerpoint slide, workbook, and markscheme. Each lesson is designed to last one hour in length.
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This bundle covers 6 lessons investigating energy,
1 - Energy Types and Flow Diagrams
2 - Conservation of energy and Sankey diagrams
3 - Calculating the Work Done
4 - Calculating gravitational potential and kinetic energy
5 - Calculating Power
6 - Energy and Efficiency
Each lesson contains a powerpoint slide, workbook, and markscheme. Each lesson is designed to last one hour in length.
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This bundle covers 3 lessons investigating how heat moves through the universe.,
1 - Conduction and conductivity
2 - Infra-red radiation
3 - Specific Heat capacity
Each lesson contains a powerpoint slide, workbook, and markscheme. Each lesson is designed to last one hour in length.
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This bundle covers 4 lessons investigating the effects diifferent methods of electicity production on the environment.
1 - Non renewable sources and their use in powerstations
2 - Renewable sources, their advantages and disadvantages.
3 - Environmental effects of different energy sources.
4 - How electricity companies meet the demand for electricity
Each lesson contains a powerpoint slide, workbook, and markscheme. Each lesson is designed to last one hour in length.
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This bundle covers 6 lessons investigating electricity, current voltage and resistance.
1 - Charge (The atom, particle charge, charging through friction, creating a potential difference)
2 - Voltage, potential difference and voltmeters
3 - Current and the ammeter
4 - The charge equations (Q = It) (W = Qv)
5 - Resistance (V = IR)
6 - Ohms Law and I-V graphs
Each lesson contains a powerpoint slide, workbook, and markscheme. Each lesson is designed to last one hour in length.
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This bundle covers 4 lessons investigating the distribution of electricity.
1 - Alternating current and direct current (AC/DC)
2 - Cables and plugs (Live, Neutral, Earth)
3 - Electrical Power (P=IV)
4 - Electrical Efficiency
Each lesson contains a powerpoint slide, workbook, and markscheme. Each lesson is designed to last one hour in length.

This book is the first of our “100 Science experiments series”, and contains the first 50 experimental ideas to help bring the science classroom to life.
The experiments can be taught to any Science class, but are aimed at students age between 11 and 18, and are grouped into topics. The topics covered by this book include Energy, Heat, Forces, Pressure, Electricity and Magnetism.
Each experiment is presented with a short introduction, aim, equipment list, safety thoughts, methodology and any relevant useful advice.
(This book is available cheaper at https://science-cover.com/online-books/ where a sample copy can also be viewed.
Buying a subscription to the www.science-cover.com website will allow you to download the book from the site for free, as well as giving you access to the great Physics resources on the site (Workbooks, worksheets, presentations and videos).

This lesson focuses on how the nucleus changes when radiation is emitted by a nucleus.
This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
Students will :
Write equations to show the change to atomic and mass number in a radioactive decay.
Show how the atomic and mass numbers change for alpha and beta decay.
Work out the element that will be created after a nuclear decay.
Explore the dangers of radiation and how employers keep their staff safe.
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Lesson worksheet and powerpoint
Students learn the ten different types of energy, and a method for remembering this.
Explore how we can show energy change using flow diagrams.
Practise reading and drawing flow diagrams.

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This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
This lesson focuses on density.
Students are shown how to calculate the density using mass and volume.
Students complete practice questions to calculate density using the equation.
Students are shown how to use the equation triangle to rearrange the equation.
Students complete practice questions to calculate the mass and volume.
Students explore how we could find the density using an experimental method.

This download contains a lesson workbook, Powerpoint presentation and mark-scheme.
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This lesson focuses on what is meant by a scalar or vector quantity, then focus on how we can work out the resultant force from vector quantities in a given situation.
Students will:
Define a scalar and vector quantity.
Give examples of scalar and vector quantities.
Calculate the resultant force in a situation where forces are parallel to each-other.
Use a parallelogram of forces to calculate the resultant force when forces are not parallel.