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### World's roundest object

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2010 to date

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### Levitating barbecue! Electromagnetic induction

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2010 to date

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### Energy Connections Card Sort

Produced by Solar Spark, this activity uses the format of a well-known TV game. Students are given collections of cards and they need to make the connections between them. Each set has a theme. The cards can be used to consider: * photovoltaic cells * solar energy * energy transfers * renewable energies.

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2010 to date

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### Making a Spectacle: Activity Sheets

Four activity sheets produced by the Institute of Physics (IOP), to accompany the MODEL Project's Making a Spectacle video. Worksheet one takes an overview of the topic. Worksheets two - four are targeted at specific sections of the video. Answers to all the worksheet questions are provided in the Word document....

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2000 - 2009

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### Curved light

In this activity students investigate the mystery of a light beam which seems to bend.  Students can investigate:

• Qualitative behaviour of light  when the medium in which it propagates changes its refraction index.
• Quantitative evaluation of the behaviour of light in refraction by means of...
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2010 to date

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### Guess the colour

In this resource students are challenged to answer a mystery about colour.   They investigate the additive and subtractive synthesis of coloured pigments and explore what coloured objects look like under different coloured lights.

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2010 to date

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### Distance -Time and Speed

With this a-level video tutorial, the presenter talks about how we get the equation speed = distance / time and then looks at the differences between a distance / time and a speed / time graph.  It also demonstrates what the area under the graph represents as well as the gradient.  This can be followed by the...

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### Derived Units

This video for a-level and GCSE high ability students looks at how we derive units.  It looks at why speed can be measured in m/s and then goes onto to look at the units for force using F=ma and also why we use Joules for energy.  It also discusses the seven main base units and how all units are derived from these...

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2010 to date

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### Conservation of Mechanical Energy

This video demonstrates how the gravitational potential energy of a skateboarder is converted into kinetic energy as they move down a ramp.  It discusses efficiency and how you can calculate the energy mathematically at both stages.  It also ties into SUVAT and demonstrates how an objects acceleration due to...

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2010 to date

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### An introduction to waves

This video provides an introduction to waves which looks at the differences between types of wave.  It would make a good revision video which discusses mechanical and electromagnetic waves with examples of each, with how particles and fields fit into the topic.  They presenter also demonstrates the difference...

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2010 to date

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