Physics combines many different subject areas. Electrics and magnetism , thermodynamics , optics , mechanics , dynamics , waves and oscillations ,,energy are firmly anchored in the curriculum depending on the federal state.
Many physical topics can be excellently combined with digital methods. Often the effort is not great and the solutions are already prepared.
And no matter which lesson topic you focus on, you will find the right experiments for your physics lessons here. When developing the experiment sets, we pay attention to the practicability in your everyday school life and the application scenario in the classroom. Therefore there are the following compilations:
Each complete experiment set also includes the corresponding teaching materials such as experiment instructions, worksheets and teacher's handouts, as well as a free download area.
The editable worksheets form the heart of the experiment kit of our Generation 2.0 and are available for the topics of electronics , mechanics , magnetism , optics , electric motors and dynamics . They can be downloaded and edited free of charge as a Word document in the download area. Each worksheet is tried and tested. Therefore, it sometimes also contains necessary references to mathematics, tailored to the respective grade level. The tasks are formulated clearly and unambiguously and refer to a real situation that the students can imagine. The various info boxes on people or topics also provide assistance and additional information.
With one click you can take a closer look at the sample worksheets.
All advantages of the experiment sets 2.0 at a glance:
In addition, each set contains:
The demo sets are ideal for the presentation of physical experiments by teachers and students alike. As a physics teacher, you can use these experiment sets to illustrate scientific phenomena in experiments. These experiment sets offer pupils the reliable possibility of e.g. B. after independently working on a topic in the learning group, to secure the result in the concrete application and to train the method of presentation by means of an experiment .
The experiment sets always contain the necessary safety instructions, photos of the experimental set-up and instructions for carrying out and evaluating the experiment.
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