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I currently teach Physics at KS4/5 and KS4 Chemistry in the Sheffield Area. This school year I am focusing on GCSE Chemistry and Level 3 Applied Science resources to make them the best that I can. If you have any suggestions to make them better please do not hesitate to contact me at srshaw89@gmail.com.

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I currently teach Physics at KS4/5 and KS4 Chemistry in the Sheffield Area. This school year I am focusing on GCSE Chemistry and Level 3 Applied Science resources to make them the best that I can. If you have any suggestions to make them better please do not hesitate to contact me at srshaw89@gmail.com.
OCR AS level Physics: Laws of Motion
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OCR AS level Physics: Laws of Motion

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OCR AS level Physics presentations for module 3: Materials. All presentations come with worked examples, solutions and homeworks. This covers topics from Newton’s laws to conservation of momentum in two dimensions.
GCSE Physics: Series and Parallel Circuits
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GCSE Physics: Series and Parallel Circuits

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P3.2.2 Series and Parallel Circuits Rule for current in series and parallel circuits Rule for potential difference in series and parallel circuits. Working scientifically Student activities with worked solutions Exam questions with worked solutions
GCSE Physics: LDRs and Thermistors
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GCSE Physics: LDRs and Thermistors

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P3.2.5 LDR and Thermistors. Circuit Symbols Uses of LDRs and Thermistors Plotting data and characteristic curves Conductors, insulators, and semiconductors Experiment into resistance and temperature of a thermistors Investigation into resistance and light level of a LDR
OCR AS level Physics: Quantum Physics
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OCR AS level Physics: Quantum Physics

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OCR AS level Physics presentations for module 4: Quantum Physics. All presentations are full lesson PowerPoints with worked examples and homeworks with complete worked answers. The Photon Model Energy of a single photon Converting from electron-volts to Joules. Frequency of the electromagnetic spectrum Determining Plank’s constant with LEDs Threshold potential difference difference Photoelectric Effect Threshold frequency Producing photoelectrons Kinetic energy of photoelectrons Linking frequency and wavelength The electromagnetic spectrum, frequency and energy. Einstein’s Photoelectric Equation The photoelectric equation Work function and Kinetic Energy Determining work function from a graph Determining threshold frequency from a from graphical analysis. Determining Plank’s constant from graphical analysis. Wave Particle Duality deBroglie wavelength equation Diffraction of electrons and protons Comparing wavelengths of particles with different masses Kinetic energy and wavelength
GCSE Physics: Forces and Fleming's Left Hand Rule
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GCSE Physics: Forces and Fleming's Left Hand Rule

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P4.2.1 Forces, Current and Fleming’s Left Hand Rule. This presentation includes: Interacting Magnetic Field Lines Increasing Magnitude of the force on a current carrying conductor Applying Fleming’s Left Hand Rule
GCSE Physics: Energy Stores and Transfers
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GCSE Physics: Energy Stores and Transfers

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P7.1.1 Energy Stores and Transfers • Energy Stores • Transfer Mechanisms • Conservation of Energy • Exam Style Question with solution
OCR AS level Physics: Work, Energy and Power
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OCR AS level Physics: Work, Energy and Power

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OCR AS level Physics presentations for module 3: Work, Energy and Power. All presentations come with worked examples, solutions and homeworks. This covers topics from conservation of energy to derivations for kinetic energy.
GCSE Chemistry: Reactions of Acids
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GCSE Chemistry: Reactions of Acids

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This PowerPoint presentation with worked examples and student questions covers: • Identifying metals on the periodic table • Predicting the salt formed in acid metal reactions. • Predicting the salt formed in acid carbonate reactions. • Conservation of mass and state symbols
GCSE Chemistry: Electrolysis of Solutions
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GCSE Chemistry: Electrolysis of Solutions

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This PowerPoint presentation with worked examples and student questions covers: • The position of metals and non-metals on the periodic table • The ions metals and non-metals form • The ion composition of solutions • Electrodes, cations and anions • The products of electrolysis of solutions • Keyword descriptions and revision tips
GCSE Physics: Current and Magnetic Fields
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GCSE Physics: Current and Magnetic Fields

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P4.1.2 Current and Magnetic Fields. Current Produces Magnetic Fields Experiment to Demonstrate Magnetic Field Lines Right-hand Corkscrew Explanation Solenoids MRI imaging
OCR AS level Physics: Materials
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OCR AS level Physics: Materials

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OCR AS level Physics presentations for module 3: Materials. All presentations come with worked examples, solutions and homeworks. This covers topics from Hooke’s Law to Young Modulus.
GCSE Physics: Motors
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GCSE Physics: Motors

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P4.2.2 Construction of a motor. Magnetic Field Lines Construction of a commutator How to increase the speed of a motor. Student activities with worked solutions.
OCR AS level Physics: Forces in Action
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OCR AS level Physics: Forces in Action

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OCR AS level Physics presentations for module 3: Forces in Action. All presentations come with worked examples, solutions and homeworks. This covers topics from weight as a force to Archimedes’ principle.
GCSE Chemistry: Paper Chromatography & Rf Values
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GCSE Chemistry: Paper Chromatography & Rf Values

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This PowerPoint presentation with worked examples and student questions covers: • Definition of technique for paper chromatography • Experimental procedure • Definitions of stationary and mobile phase • Application of Rf equation with examples and answers
GCSE Physics: Work Done and Power
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GCSE Physics: Work Done and Power

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P2.2.7 Work done equation Rearranging work done equation Questions and answers for work done Power equation and definition Rearranging power equation Different units for work done: J, N m, kg m^2/s^2
OCR AS level Physics: Motion
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OCR AS level Physics: Motion

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OCR AS level Physics: Forces and Motion is a part of the Module 3: Forces and Motion. All presentations come with worked examples, solutions and homeworks. These are fully updated PowerPoints will all exercises with full worked solutions.
GCSE Physics: Hydraulic Systems
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GCSE Physics: Hydraulic Systems

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This presentation covers OCR Gateway Physics 9-1 P2.3.6 Hydraulic Systems • Uses of hydraulics • Pressure equation • Rearranging equation • Calculating pressure in liquids • Describing how force multiplies in hydraulic systems • Worked examples and student problems
GCSE Chemistry: Electrolysis of molten salts
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GCSE Chemistry: Electrolysis of molten salts

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This PowerPoint presentation with worked examples and student questions covers: • Naming electrolysis experimental set up • PANIC convention for electrodes • Electron transfers at electrodes • Half-equations for anode and cathode