# Complete Physics for Cambridge IGCSE® Teacher Resource Pack: Third Edition

Support for the previous Physics IGCSE® syllabus

Author Ian Collins

Suitable for:  Cambridge IGCSE Physics teachers

Price:  £68.99 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-830877-5
Publication date: 08/01/2015
Pack: 128 pages

Availability: In stock.

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## Description

The Complete Physics for Cambridge IGCSE® Teacher's Resource Pack Third Edition is designed for the previous IGCSE Physics syllabus, last examination 2022. It gives teachers everything they need to teach the syllabus and save time, including extensive lesson ideas, outlines of practicals, worksheets and customisable material.

### Features

• Support exam confidence with sample exam papers and class tests
• Plan outstanding lessons with ideas and planning advice from examiners and experienced teachers
• Save time with ready-to-use lesson plans for some of the trickiest topics
• Make it relevant with customisable practical activities and worksheets
• Bring physics to life with animations and PowerPoints to help to explain key concepts
• Student Book, Revision Guide and Kerboodle Online Practice and Assessment also available

This page was last updated on 16 April 2021 at 19:30 GMT

## Reviews

• Complete Chemistry, Biology and Physics are for students following the Cambridge Assessment International Education updated syllabuses for Cambridge IGCSE. These three books provide clear, well-written course material and a wealth of questions and exercises, including exam-level revision. In addition to this, an accompanying CD-ROM provides interactive questions, mock exam papers with questions from real past papers, and revision checklists to aid learning. With a highly illustrative and colourful design, this engaging recourse is deal for the international student. - Dr. Kyaw Khine, Head of Science, Nelson International Education Center, Myanmar

Demonstrations
2.1: Circular motion
2.2: Circular motion: centripetal acceleration
2.3: Inertia
2.4: Friction
3.1: Charles' law
3.2: Atmospheric pressure
5.1: Brownian motion
5.2: Diffusion
5.3: Thermal expansion
5.4: Heat transfer: conduction
5.5: Heat transfer: convection
5.7: Phase changes
5.8: The effect of pressure on the boiling point of water
6: Sound propagation in a vacuum
7: Refraction, reflection, and total internal reflection
8.1: Van de Graaff generator
8.2: Water is a polar molecule
9: Magnetic induction
10.1: Half and full wave rectification
10.2: Cathode rays
11: Identification of the nature of radiation by attenuation
Practicals
1.1: Metric ice breaker
1.2: Vernier calipers
1.3: The period of a pendulum
1.4: Density of regular shaped objects
1.5: Density of irregular shaped objects
1.6: Estimating and 'guesstimating'
2.1: Investigating motion using a ticker tape timer
2.2: Acceleration due to gravity using a ticker tape timer
3.1: The principle of moments
3.2: Hooke's law experiment
3.3: Hydrostatic pressure
4: Human power

5.1: Oil droplet experiment
5.2: Properties of water
5.3: Determining absolute zero
5.4: Transfer of heat by radiation
5.5: Keeping hot drinks hot
5.6: Aftershave experiment
5.7: Specific heat capacity of water
5.8: Latent heat of water
7: The biconvex lens
8.1: Building a electroscope
8.2: Which materials conduct electricity?
8.3: I-V characteristics of electrical components
8.4: Wiring a plug
8.5: Ohm's law
9.1: Magnetic fields of permanent magnets
9.2: Oersted's experiment
9.3: Building an electric motor
10: Logic gates
13.1: Plotting experimental uncertainties (error bars)
13.2: Experimental skills 1
13.3: Experimental skills 2
Worksheets
1: Units of measure
2: Speed, acceleration and motion graphs
3: Gas laws
4: Work, energy and power
5a: Thermal physics
5b: Specific heat capacity and latent heat
6: Waves
7: Electromagnetic waves
8: Electricity
9: Magnetism and electromagnetism
10: Logic gates