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Pythagoras' Theorem

Students are required to understand that Pythagoras’ Theorem only applies to right angled triangles and need to use Pythagoras’ Theorem appropriately to solve problems. Students are also required to use side ratios in similar triangles to solve problems in right-angled triangles.Visit the...
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Using angle facts and logical reasoning to derive results

Students are required to know, understand and be able to apply angle facts appropriately. They are also required to use triangle congruence, similarity and properties of named quadrilaterals to derive results about angles and sides. Students also have to use transformational, axiomatic and property-based logical...
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Congruent Triangles and Similar Shapes

Students are required to identify and construct congruent triangles. Students are also required to construct similar shapes by enlarging a given shape by a scale factor. Further work could include requiring students to enlarge a shape by a scale factor from a fixed point.Visit the secondary mathematics...
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Physics PH1 Summary

A summaried version of the PH1 curriculum, sourced from Letts Revise AS Physics.
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Wreck Your Tech

Taking apart gadgets such as a travel alarm clock, disposable camera, headphones, propelling pencil or a TV remote control is a great way of exploring beneath the surface of objects. It encourages students to question and find out how something works, and how it was made.NOTE: If you are running this activity with...
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Tune Booster

Love music, but disappointed with the puny sound you get from smartphone speakers? In this activity, things found around the home will boost the sound those speakers make. It’ll also make you think about how sounds are made and how they can be made louder.Learning outcomes:Investigate how sound vibrations can be...
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Pinball Power

The simple pinball machine in this activity is made from a cardboard box, with ice lolly sticks as the flippers. It provides a great opportunity to explore the science of forces and motion. Game on!Learning outcomes:Investigate simple mechanisms and Newton’s Laws of MotionUse observation, curiosity and creative...
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Instant Ice Cream

Ice cream is basically droplets of fat from milk suspended in millions of tiny crystals of ice, fluffed up with tiny pockets of air. This activity shows you how to make the right mixture, then make it cold enough to create those ice crystals without the aid of a freezer. It also reveals how salt and ice make a...
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