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Your introductory physical science class will be energized by this PowerPoint. They will be able to define energy, work, and power. They will be able to perform calculations for kinetic and potential energy. They will be able to describe the various simple machines and forms of energy. Truly, this selection of 71 slides can serve as a note-taking guide for several lessons on energy and work. Make sure to break it up with hands-on experience using simple machines and pendulums.
This wonderful recap of powerful figures in scientific history includes pictures, important dates, and the information about their inventions or impact. Atomic structure and the photoelectric effect are introduced. The first slide gives some helpful learning objectives and activating questions. Use this at the beginning of your quantum physics unit.
A combination of short-answer and problem-solving questions is presented here. Physics pupils define work and power and identify useful equations. They then apply the equations by calculating the amount of work done and power required in four different scenarios. This is a practical worksheet for reviewing work and power. Pair it with a laboratory activity to provide a well-rounded lesson.
Twelve pages of mostly multiple-choice questions comprise this comprehensive New York Regents physics exam. It covers an entire year's worth of physics curriculum and requires about three hours for completion. Review the questions to make sure that they are all covered in your class, then create your own answer sheet for student use. This is an outstanding resource to use as a final exam.