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  • ISBN:9781108793995
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Physics
  • Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
  • Author(s):Graham Jones, Steve Field, Chris Hewlett, David Styles
  • Available from: March 2020

For first examination from 2022, these resources meet the real needs of the physics classroom.

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    Extensive research through lesson observations, teacher interviews and work with our online teacher community (the Cambridge Panel) means that this flexible range of resources meets the real teaching needs of the science classroom. This write-in workbook contains step-by-step guided investigations and practice questions for Cambridge International AS & A Level Physics teachers and students. Through practical investigation, it provides opportunities to develop skills– planning, identifying equipment, creating hypotheses, recording results, analysing data, and evaluating. The workbook is ideal for teachers who find running practical experiments difficult due to lack of time, resources or support. Sample data – if students can’t do the experiments themselves – and answers to the questions are in the teacher’s guide.

  • Contents
    • Introduction
    • Safety information
    • Practical skills
    • 1. Using apparatus
    • 2. Limitations and improvements
    • 3. Kinematics and dynamics
    • 4. Forces, work and energy
    • 5. Matter and materials
    • 6. Electric current, potential differences and resistance
    • 7. Resistance and resistivity
    • 8. Waves
    • 9. Planning and data analysis
    • 10. Circular motion and gravitational fields
    • 11. Oscillations
    • 12. Thermal physics and ideal gases
    • 13. Coulombs law and capacitance
    • 14. Magnetic fields, electromagnetism and charged particles
    • 15. Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
    • 16. Quantum physics, nuclear physics and medical imaging
    • 17. Astronomy and cosmology
    • Glossary

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