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### Forces - the basics

Location: Materials

Objective: *What is a force? *How do you measure it? *Mass V weight...

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### 9.1 Force and Acceleration

Location: Motion and Force

Objective: *What does resultant force always produce? *What would happen to a body that was already in motion if there was no resultant force acting on it? *How is we…

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### 8.1 Speed and Velocity

Location: SUVAT and Motion

Objective: *How does displacement differe from distance? *What is the difference between instantaneous speed and average speed? * When is it necessaru to consider vel…

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### 10.2 Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy

Location: Work and Energy

Objective: *Differences, definitions, mathematical equations, use of with changes of energy type.

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### 1.1 Displacement

Daniel Rosen from Animo South Los Angeles Charter High School

Location: 2. Motion

Objective: SWBAT explain displacement mathematically by completing a worksheet.

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### 10.1 Work and Energy

Location: Work and Energy

Objective: *What is energy, what does it do *Idea of types of energy and transfer/transforming *Work done

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### Figuring out Friction

High School Physics » Unit: Newton's Laws
High School Physics » Unit: Newton's Laws
Scottsdale, AZ
Environment: Suburban
Big Idea: Students figure out the quantitative definition of friction and then see it in action!
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### Chapter 26 Particles

Location: Section G

Objective: • To know about Geiger and Mardsen’s gold foil and alpha particle experiment • To know why the Plum pudding model was replaced by the Rutherfordian …

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### 8.7 Projectile Motion 101

Location: SUVAT and Motion

Objective: *Why is the acceleration of a projectile always vertically downwards? *What is the horizontal component of a vertical vector? *what is the effect of gravit…

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### 10.3 Power

Location: Work and Energy

Objective: *What is power and how is it described as an equation? *Different types of power: muscle, electrical and engine.

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### 9.2 Using F=ma

Location: Motion and Force

Objective: *How do we apply F =mas when forces on an object are in opposite directions? *Why do you experience less support as an ascending lift stops? *Are there any…

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### 4.1 and 5.1 Current and charge

Location: Electricity

Objective: Units, charge carriers, Q = It, types of conductors, Kirchoff's Circuital Law

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### 8.5 Motion Graphs

Location: SUVAT and Motion

Objective: *What is the difference between a distance-time graph and a *What does the gradient of a velocity-time graph represent? *What does the area under a velcot…

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### 10.4 Energy and efficiency

Location: Work and Energy

Objective: *Understanding how energy can be lost when converting from one type to another *What form of energy does that lost energy take? *Can you reach 100% effic…

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### 9.4 Braking Distances

Location: Motion and Force

Objective: *What is happening to a vehicle's speed whilst a driver is reacting to a hazard ahead? * What is the difference between braking distance and stopping dista…