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Physics, Science & Math Teacher • 2014-Present : Ph.D. in Physics • 2012-2014 : Master’s Degree in Physics • 1997-2001 : Bachelor’s Degree

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Physics, Science & Math Teacher • 2014-Present : Ph.D. in Physics • 2012-2014 : Master’s Degree in Physics • 1997-2001 : Bachelor’s Degree
WORK - ENERGY - POWER – Bundle
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WORK - ENERGY - POWER – Bundle

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This source contains; 1. Work - Energy - Power – PPT By using this PPT (4O slides) Students will learn; - What PHYSICALLY WORK is - Relation between WORK & ENERGY - Types of ENERGY - How to convert one type of energy into the other one - What the CONSERVATION of ENERGY is - Power & Efficiency of a MACHINE 2. Teachers Note; This document has 4 pages; - Work - Energy - Potential Energy - Kinetic Energy - Conservation of Energy - Power - Solving problems New Teachers can use this document as a lesson plan. 3. Quiz; This EXAM PAPER has 4 pages, (2 Groups) 4. Quick Review for EXAM; This Revision PAPER has 8 pages with Answer Sheet You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
Waves – Sound Waves – Lesson Presentation (PPT)
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Waves – Sound Waves – Lesson Presentation (PPT)

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To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. This resource includes 60 slides; - (questions with Answer key) - Physics around us... - Revision, - HW. Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt AND Tempus Sans ITC) Also; With this PPT, everything was prepared according to the Syllabus of Cambridge O Level & IGCSE Physics. With this PPT, Candidates should be able to: (a) describe the production of sound by vibrating sources. (b) describe the longitudinal nature of sound waves and describe compression and rarefaction. (c) state the approximate range of audible frequencies for the healthy human ear as 20 Hz to 20 000 Hz. (d) explain why a medium is required in order to transmit sound waves and describe an experiment to demonstrate this. (e) describe a direct method for the determination of the speed of sound in air and make the necessary calculation. (f) state the order of magnitude of the speeds of sound in air, liquids, and solids. (g) explain how the loudness and pitch of sound waves relate to amplitude and frequency. (h) describe how the reflection of sound may produce an echo. (i) describe how the shape of a sound wave as demonstrated by an oscilloscope is affected by the quality (timbre) of the sound wave. (j) define ultrasound. (k) describe the uses of ultrasound in cleaning, quality control, and pre-natal scanning.
Space (Astronomy) - Solar System – PUZZLES + Answer Keys
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Space (Astronomy) - Solar System – PUZZLES + Answer Keys

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Including 8 different types of puzzles with answer keys as pdf & word documents, (15 pages) - Teacher Notes, 1.Types of puzzles; - Crossword, Word Maze, Word Search, Word Angles, Word Trails, Spelling Challenge, Missing Vowels, Matching, Jumbles, etc. 2. Study sheet! 3. Word bank; (Basic terminologies to assist students!) Astronomy Astronomer Solar system Galaxy Milky Way Telescope Orbit Sun Star Planet Inner planets Outer planets Satellite Moon Asteroid Meteor Comet Earth Lens Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Thank you for downloading my products. Please do not forget to leave feedback on my products! I hope that you and your students find them helpful! You may check out my other related products! You can teach the Solar System easily with this document. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
Pascal’s LAW / (Pascal’s Principle) - (Transmission of pressure in liquids) - Lesson Presentation
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Pascal’s LAW / (Pascal’s Principle) - (Transmission of pressure in liquids) - Lesson Presentation

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By using this PPT (40 slides) Students will learn; • Pressure can be transmitted through a fluid. • How a hydraulic system works. • The force exerted by a hydraulic system depends on the pressure and the area of the cylinder that exerts the force. • How to only break the bottom of a glass bottle by hitting the top. • How Cartesian Diver works. • How to Solve problems. • Physics around us … (Using Hydraulic Systems)  Hydraulic Lift  Barber pushing the hydraulic pedal  A hydraulic lift utilizes Pascal’s principle to help lift this dentist’s chair.  Vehicle Brakes  Hydraulic Jack To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt and Tempus Sans ITC)
MOMENTUM - Quiz 1
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MOMENTUM - Quiz 1

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This Revision PAPER includes 2 pages You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
Boyle's Law – PPT
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Boyle's Law – PPT

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This PPT includes 1O slides; To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
Space (Astronomy); Solar System – Lesson Presentation (PPT)
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Space (Astronomy); Solar System – Lesson Presentation (PPT)

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This source (46 slides with animated pictures) includes; • What is Astronomy? • The Solar System in General (A Star System) • Planets; Inner Planets (Terrestrial) Outer Planets Gas Giant (Jovian) Planets Superior Planets Inferior Planets Dwarf planets; (Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, Eris) • Satellites, • Asteroids; Asteroid Belt • Comets; Halley’s Comet etc. • Meteoroids, Meteors, Meteorites • Kuiper belt and Oort Cloud, • Physics around us … • Classification of the Solar System • The size of Planets; We are very tiny… • Extraordinary Situations in the Solar System • How can we differ planets from stars? • What can we see in the sky without a telescope? by naked (unaided) eye? • Why doesn’t the sun rise at the same point, every day? • Surface of Moon • The closest star to the Sun. • Light Year • NASA • Recap… You can teach the Solar System easily with this ppt. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
Simple MACHINES – Lesson Presentation (PPT)
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Simple MACHINES – Lesson Presentation (PPT)

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This lesson covers (70 Slides) : • What are Simple Machines? • We use Simple Machines to make our life (work) easier! But How? • How to decide that a Simple Machine is USEFUL or NOT USEFUL • (Mechanical ADVANTAGE) • Levers: i. 1st Class Levers ii. 2nd Class Levers iii. 3rd Class Levers • Pulleys: i. Fixed Pulleys ii. Movable Pulleys iii. Block and tackle (More than one pulley, pulley system) • Wheel and Axle • Gears • Inclined Plane (Ramps) • Wedge • Screw • Compound Machines; A compound machine is a combination of two or more simple machines that operate together. (Simple + Simple + ……… = Compound) • Physics around us • Funny Physics
Forces – (Type of Forces) – PUZZLES + Answer Keys
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Forces – (Type of Forces) – PUZZLES + Answer Keys

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Including 25 different types of puzzles with answer keys as pdf & word documents, (74 pages) - Teacher Notes, 1.Types of puzzles; - Crossword, Word Maze, Word Search, Word Angles, Word Trails, Spelling Challenge, Missing Vowels, Matching, Jumbles, etc. 2. Study sheet! 3. Word bank; (Basic terminologies to assist students!) - Force, Newton, Kilogram Scalar, Vector, Arrow Attract (Pull), Repel (Push) Balance, Dynamometer Action, Reaction Gravitational Force, Mass, Weight Friction Tension South POLE, North POLE Electrostatics Thank you for downloading my products. Please do not forget to leave feedback on my products! I hope that you and your students find them helpful! You may check out my other related products!
Simple MACHINES – Question Bank
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Simple MACHINES – Question Bank

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This resource includes; - Levers, Pulleys, Wheel and Axle, Inclined plane, etc. - Totally 8 pages and 52 questions. Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt and Tempus Sans ITC)
Einstein’s Theory of RELATIVITY – Teacher Notes
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Einstein’s Theory of RELATIVITY – Teacher Notes

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Totally 3 pages; • Time dilation (Moving clocks run slower!) • Length contraction (The faster the object moves relative to the observer, the smaller is its length!) • Relativistic Mass (Mass and Energy are two sides of the same coin!) • Classical Momentum Equation • Relativistic Momentum Equation • Relativistic Energy • Solving Problems with Answers • Review • HW. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt, Cooper Black & Tempus Sans ITC) Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.
Einstein's Theory of RELATIVITY – Lesson Presentation (PPT)
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Einstein's Theory of RELATIVITY – Lesson Presentation (PPT)

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Totally 42 slides; • Time dilation (Moving clocks run slower!) • Length contraction (The faster the object moves relative to the observer, The smaller is its length!) • Relativistic Mass (Mass and Energy are two sides of the same coin!) • Classical Momentum Equation • Relativistic Momentum Equation • Relativistic Energy • Solving Problems with Answers • Review • HW. To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life examples are used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt, Cooper Black & Tempus Sans ITC) Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.
Transfer of Thermal Energy - (Heat Transfer; Conduction, Convection, Radiation) – Question BANK
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Transfer of Thermal Energy - (Heat Transfer; Conduction, Convection, Radiation) – Question BANK

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(This document has 5 pages 33 questions + Answer Sheet) Questions are about; - how to distinguish between good and bad conductors of heat. - in terms of the movement of molecules or free electrons, how heat transfer occurs in solids. - convection in fluids in terms of density changes. - the process of heat transfer by radiation. - the effect of surface color (black or white) and texture (dull or shiny) on the emission, absorption, and reflection of radiation. - how to distinguish between good and bad emitters and good and bad absorbers of infra-red radiation. - how heat is transferred to or from buildings and to or from a room. - the use of the important practical methods of thermal insulation for buildings. Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Ink Free, Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
Waves - Bundle Everything
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Waves - Bundle Everything

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This Bundle Includes; 1- Lesson Presentation: – Waves – Sound Waves – Electromagnetic Waves (Spectrum) – Seismic Waves (Earthquake etc...) – Dispersion of Light (Colors and Filters) – Revision Presentation – Waves 2- Puzzle: – Wave Properties (Introduction to Waves) – Sound Waves – Electromagnetic Waves (Spectrum) 3- Quick Review for Exam: – Sound Waves – Electromagnetic Waves – Seismic Waves (Earthquake etc...) 4- Quiz: – Sound Waves 5- Question Bank: – Dispersion of Light (Colors and Filters) – Seismic Waves; (Earthquake Waves) 6- Revision Worksheet: – Dispersion of Light (Colors and Filters) 7- Teachers Note: – Seismic Waves; (Earthquake etc...)
Dispersion of Light; (Visible Light Spectrum/Colors/Filters/Paints/Rainbow) – PUZZLE + Answer Key
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Dispersion of Light; (Visible Light Spectrum/Colors/Filters/Paints/Rainbow) – PUZZLE + Answer Key

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Including 9 different types of puzzles with answer keys as pdf, (100 pages – Each one has two different groups!) 1.Types of Puzzles; Crossword, Word Angles, Word Fit, Word Maze, Word Search, Word Trails, Matching, Missing Vowels Study sheet! Word bank; (Basic terminologies to assist students!) Refraction Spectrum Dispersion Prism Newton (Who realized (explained) first that the white light is composed of different colors?) Bent Slowest Fastest Frequency Primary (colors of light) Secondary (colors of light) Pigments (colors of pigments) Filter Absorption Transparent Translucent Opaque Black White Red Green Blue Yellow Cyan Magenta Rainbow What is the true shape of the rainbow? Cone (Cells) Rod (Cells) Complementary (colors of light) Thank you for downloading my products. Please do not forget to leave feedback on my products! I hope that you and your students find them helpful! You may check out my other related products!