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1 P123 Revision Requirements5-10 Minute Lesson 1.Concept MapEvery person in your group will have to be able to give your lesson (ALONE) to 5 other pupils. 2. Speech 3. Diagrams/Illustrations 4. ActivityEvery person is responsible to produce 1 component of their group’s lesson. For example, if you are doing the speeches for group 4, you have to make 1 speech for each of the 3 units by Monday. Every group should have one concept map, diagram, speech and activity for each unit. You have this lesson to work through two units and the third unit is homework. PLEASE do not write on the sheets or take them home. Physics Revision Sessions (Room 403) Friday 3:05 Monday 3:05 Tuesday 3:05 ***ANYTHING missing is homework: Textbooks, old exams and the content for every station (P123 Revision.ppt) is online at

2 Talents Are you good at: 1. making connections between many ideas, 2. using pictures and diagrams to show concepts, 3. talking your way through challenging problems or 4. making up questions and quizzes to practice? If so... you’re making: 1.concept maps 2.diagrams 3.speeches 4.activities

3 P1 Revision

4 Station 1: Theory Timeline 1785: Hutton (Deep Time) – Carbon dating – Deeper is older – Earth Age: 4 Billion Years 1912: Wegener (Continental Drift) – Argument: fossils, land bridge, meteorologist, slow moving continents, cause of movement 1950s: Seafloor Spreading (Zebra Stripes) – The force that can move a continent. Jan 2008: 2

5 Guide 1 Make a timeline to show the development of the theory. Lay out Wegener’s argument and his opposition. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

6 Station 2: Zebra Stripes Earth’s magnetic pole changes. This leaves a pattern in the rocks. Scientists explain this data with the theory that the ocean is spreading. June 2008: 1

7 Guide 2 Connect multiple ideas Try to clearly lay out how these ideas work together to support Wegener’s original idea. Use an analogy like: – Tree Rings – A Growing Volcano Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

8 Station 3: Theory of Plate Tectonics Earth Structure – Convection Currents 10cm per year Constructive Destructive Rock Cycle Mountains, Volcanoes, Earthquakes Predicting Volcanoes June 2008: 1Jan 2008: 2

9 Guide 3 Use multiple diagrams to show all different types of plate boundaries. Explain what causes each effect. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

10 Station 4: Fusion “We are all made of stars.” – Heavy elements – hydrogen +hydrogen  helium Star Life Cycles – Star birth/death

11 Guide 4 Use 1 idea about fusion to connect all these ideas Diagram the life cycle of a star or use diagram from revision guide. Why can our Sun never become a black hole? Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

12 Station 5: Studying Stars Distances: light year 1.parallax 2.brightness Light Pollution – Earth v space telescopes Shapley v Curtis – multiple galaxies Big Bang – expanding universe – Hubble telescope Jan 2009: 5 June 2008: 2 Jan 2008: 4 June 2007: 6

13 Guide 5 Connect all ideas to how we study stars now. Distinguish between data and explanations. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

14 Station 6: Scientific Ideas data- explanation creativity- imagination peer-review Wegener’s theory was initially rejected. Jan 2009: 2, 4 Jan 2008: 2Jun 2007:7

15 Guide 6 Use a lot of examples and the exam questions to help connect these ideas. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

16 P2: Review

17 Station 1: Radiation Behaviour emit: gives offsource reflect: bounce backjourney transmit: pass throughjourney absorb: takes energydetection 4 effects of radiation absorption 1.electric patterns 2.heating (intensity/duration) 3.chemical change 4.ionisation 3 journey models: ray, wave, photon intensity: energy arrives each second 1.number of photons 2.energy of each photon 3.distance Jan 2009: 8June 2007: 3

18 Guide 1 Connect all these ideas to the original 4 behaviours. Use numerous examples and diagrams. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

19 Station 2: Cancer Ionisation – radiation knocks an electron off an atom, making an ion – ions are unstable and take part in other chemical reactions – health effects of radiation (p.68) Ionising Radiation: UV, X, Gamma Non-Ionising Radiation: Radio, Microwave, Infrared, Visible Light

20 Guide 2 Use diagrams to show the processes of ionisation and cancer growth. cancer: ionisation, mutation, multiplication Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

21 Station 3: Risks perceived / actual risks precautionary principle/ ALARA factor/outcome Reducing risk examples: 1.microwaves 2.X-rays 3.Global Warming Jan 2009: 3, June 2008: 3, Jan 2008: 5, June 2007: 1 correlation  mechanism  cause X-rays & Cancerionising radiationX-rays cause cancer carbon dioxide & climate change greenhouse effectcarbon dioxide levels cause global warming

22 Guide 3 Use lots of examples and a concept map to illustrate these ideas. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

23 Station 4: Ozone Layer ozone v oxygen – Which is better at absorbing UV radiation? – What’s the difference? – What are CFCs? Where do they come from? What do they do to ozone?

24 Guide 4 Connect this idea to global warming and compare it to the greenhouse effect. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

25 Station 5: Greenhouse Effect keywords: source, emit, reflect, transmit, absorb, ultraviolet, infrared, radiation, greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide, methane, water vapour, correlation, ocean conveyor belt evidence risks: ice caps melting, flooding, ice age Jan 2009: 7June 2007: 2

26 Guide 5 A diagram or a concept map will be the best ways to show these ideas. This is a process and all ideas are connected. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

27 Station 6: Carbon Cycle keywords: burning (combustion), decay (decomposition), respiration, photosynthesis, acid rain, dissolving How can we reduce global warming? Jan 2008:1

28 Guide 6 Use a diagram to illustrate this concept and a lot of examples. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

29 Station 7: EM Spectrum order highest/lowest energy uses risks ways to reduce risk – X-rays – UV – microwaves June 2008: 3,4Jan 2008: 5 June 2007:2

30 Guide 7 Organise the radiations into energies, risk and then uses. Use and connect as many patterns as possible. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

31 P3 Review

32 Station 1: Radioactivity background radiation radon case study (p.68-70) – German miners: ‘consumption’ – define: radiation, ionisation – 2 reasons the miners were at risk – dose measured in mSv – no safe dose – alpha radiation – homes adapted/unadapted: ALARA – Jun 2008: 6 – Jan 2008: 3 – Jun 2007: 4

33 Guide 1 Use this case study to introduce the topic of radioactivity. Focus on definitions, mSv and minimising risks. Make connections. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

34 Station 2: Types of Radiation Alpha – a loss of two protons and two neutrons – very large, positively charged – stopped by air, paper and dead skin cells Beta – one neutron becomes an electron and a proton – small, negatively charged – stopped by aluminium Gamma – energy, no mass, no charge – stopped by lead range in air, ionising power, dose factor most dangerous inside/outside the body badge

35 Guide 2 Draw diagrams and a concept map to compare the three types of radiation. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

36 Station 3: Changes in the Nucleus atomic number = protons = name = symbol isotopes = neutrons and atomic mass can change atomic mass = protons + neutrons alpha decay  loss of 2 protons and 2 neutrons – atomic number down by 2 – atomic mass down by 4 beta decay  1 neutron becomes 1 proton – atomic number up by 1 – atomic mass stays same – Jan 2009: 9 – Jan 2008: 7

37 Guide 3 Show an element how it is drawn on the table show the atomic mass and number. Use a concept map to show all the connections with protons (the most important) at the centre. Complete two examples for alpha and beta decay showing the changes. (ie. U-238, Bi-212) Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

38 Station 4: Nuclear Fission keywords: neutron, uranium, unstable, nucleus, splits, two pieces, energy, chain reaction, boron control rods, absorb Jan 2009:1 Jan 2008: 6

39 Guide 4 Use detailed diagrams to show the process of fission and the concept of chain reaction. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

40 Station 5: Electricity Primary/ Secondary Source Nuclear Power Plant: coolant, waste created, turbine, generator Sankey Diagrams For/ Against Nuclear Energy – fossil, renewable or nuclear – Jan 2009: 1 – Jun 2008: 5 – Jun 2007: 5

41 Guide 5: Connect all of these ideas to the energy debate. Why should we or shouldn’t we use nuclear energy as our main source to generate electricity? Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

42 Station 6: Radioactive Waste Half-Life – graphs – activity Level Waste – high, medium, low – Jan 2009: 6

43 Guide 6 Use definitions and examples to show the concept of half-life. Finish with a quiz or activity: – fill in the blank, jumble, role play, multiple choice, true/false, summary, diagrams

44 P123 Revision Requirements5-10 Minute Lesson 1.Concept MapEvery person in your group will have to be able to give your lesson (ALONE) to 5 other pupils. 2. Speech 3. Diagrams/Illustrations 4. ActivityEvery person is responsible to produce 1 component of their group’s lesson. For example, if you are doing the speeches for group 4, you have to make 1 speech for each of the 3 units by Monday. Every group should have one concept map, diagram, speech and activity for each unit. You have this lesson to work through two units and the third unit is homework. PLEASE do not write on the sheets or take them home. Physics Revision Sessions (Room 403) Friday 3:05 Monday 3:05 Tuesday 3:05 ***ANYTHING missing is homework: Textbooks, old exams and the content for every station (P123 Revision.ppt) is online at


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