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Atoms Chemical Bonding and Reactions The Periodic Table Bio-Chemistry Cell Biology Genetics Evolution Ecosystems Anatomy and Physiology Electricity Waves, Light, and Sound Energy and Heat Forces and Motion Relativity Space and Astronomy Quantum Phenomena Measurements and Experiments Presenting Scientific Data
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Forces and Motion Contents
Forces and Motion.................................4 Waves, Light, and Sound....................5
Energy and Heat......................................5
This video resource explores types of simple machines. Students will learn how to calculate work and power, and determine how these principles apply to common activities.
Electricity and Magnetism.................6 Radioactivity and Nuclear Physics...............................6 Space and Astronomy..........................7 Measurements and Experiments.....................................7
Push and Pull Forces This video resource introduces students to forces: one of the most fundamental concepts in physics. Students will learn about defining and identifying forces, balanced forces, unbalanced forces, and inertia. Familiar objects are used to explain these concepts, making potentially difficult ideas easily relatable for students in key stage 3 and 4. This resource comes with free knowledge-testing worksheets, to assess students’ understanding, and improve learning outcomes.
2000 • 20 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS00001000
Friction Designed for key stage 3 students, this video resource illustrates how types of transportation utilise friction: from traction in trains, to ball bearings in cars.
2013 • 12 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA12054
2008 • 26 mins • KS 3 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • NYE68
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Newton's Laws of Motion This video resource shows students how Newton's three laws of motion can be used to explain, and predict, the motion of everyday objects. The effect of friction, including air resistance, is highlighted, and the concept of inertia is illustrated with clear demonstrations. This resource features worked examples, and questions for class discussion, to deepen students’ understanding of this topic.
2003 • 24 mins • KS 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • PROJE1
Gravitation Through clear graphics, and worked examples, this video resource demystifies Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation, looking at gravitational field strength, and the inverse square nature of the law of gravitation.
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Created for key stage 5 students, this video resource investigates the motion of projectiles, beginning with the simple case of vertically projected objects, and moving on to projection at an angle.
2005 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • NEWTO1
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2005 • 22 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • GRAVI1
Waves, Light, and Sound BEST SELLING RESOURCE
Electromagnetic Radiation – Wave and Particle Models of Light This video resource looks at the properties of light, exploring how light displays the characteristics of both a wave, and a particle.
The Physics of Light
Shedding Light on Lenses
This video resource examines the nature of light, and how it's harnessed in our lives. The basic properties of light and the wave model are clearly explained, along with the concepts of wavelength, frequency, speed, reflection, refraction, total internal reflection, and dispersion. Students will also learn about the EMR spectrum, and the addition and subtraction of colour. This resource comes with comprehensive activity sheets, for use before, during, and after viewing.
New to Classroom Video for 2014, this engaging video resource uses fantastic visuals to explain how convex and concave lenses produce images. After a quick recap on refraction, students will see how magnifying glasses work, and how projectors produce huge images on cinema screens. Students will also learn how own eyes work, and how spectacles can improve vision. This resource comes with free knowledge-testing worksheets for your whole class, and extension questions to support your ‘gifted and talented’ students.
2010 • 29 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • PHYS18
2013 • 56 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • SPI13001
2007 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ELECTR
Sound This video resource introduces students to the different interactions between sound waves, including the reflection and combination of sounds. 2001 • 22 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS01002000
Energy and Heat NEW
Catching the Sun – The Physics of Solar Energy
Energy Rules! The Conservation of Energy and Momentum In this video resource, students will learn about the concepts of energy, and momentum, and the interrelation of the two. The problem of applying the laws in the real world of open, rather than closed, systems is explained, and clear examples of conservation of energy and momentum are provided. This resource comes with free knowledge-testing worksheets, to help assess students’ understanding of these concepts.
2006 • 22 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ENERG15
This resource provides an excellent introduction to the principles of solar energy, and current developments in solar technology.
Forms of Energy Energy is never created, nor destroyed, just transferred from one form to another. This is a fundamental law in physics, but can be a concept that students find challenging. This video resource uses familiar objects and scenarios to explain what energy is, kinetic energy, potential energy, and energy transformation. This resource comes with comprehensive supplementary materials, including students worksheets, and an active viewing guide.
2009 • 18 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ENERGY
Methods of Heat Transfer This video resource takes students on a lively journey through the mechanisms of heat transfer, clearly explaining conduction, convection, radiation, and thermal capacity.
2013 • 18 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA12053
2007 • 27 mins • KS 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • METHO
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Electricity and Magnetism BEST SELLING RESOURCE
Electric Current, Voltage, and Circuits
The Nature of Electricity This video resource describes the basic role that atoms play in creating electrical charges, and the creation of static electricity. Various methods of charging are discussed, emphasising the role that insulators and conductors play in the transfer of charges. This resource comes with comprehensive teaching resources, to support teaching, and improve students’ learning outcomes.
2000 • 22 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS00002000
SemiConductors, Diodes, and Transistors This video resource explains how the invention of the integrated circuit and transistor has revolutionised electronics. Students will learn about the key features of N-type and P-type semiconductors, PN diodes, and NPN transistors, as well as the everyday uses of this technology – from computer chips, to solar cells. This video comes with free knowledge-testing worksheets, to help assess students’ understanding .
2012 • 22 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA10095
This resource provides a great introduction to electric current and voltage.Students will learn about Ohm’s Law, the V–I graph, and free electrons. 2009 • 17 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BENCH5
Electricity Distribution This video resource clearly explains how electricity is distributed from power stations, to the electrical appliances in our homes, with detailed reconstructions in the lab. 2000 • 24 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • EDIS
Radioactivity and Nuclear Physics BEST SELLING RESOURCE
Radioactivity This video resource breaks the subject of radioactivity into three manageable topics: detection of radioactivity, types of radioactivity, and measuring radioactivity using half life.
This video resource contains versions for both lower, and upper, secondary school students. The key stage 3 version explains the basics of how a nuclear power station works, using a boiling water reactor as the example. The key stage 4-5 version examines a fission reactor, exploring the way water is used to vary reactor power, and the structure and properties of uranium.
This video resource provides students with a comprehensive overview of the radiation that originates in the nucleus of an atom. Students will learn about the history of the discovery of radioactivity, what makes atoms radioactive, and methods for detecting radioactivity. Alpha, beta, gamma, and positron radiation are clearly explained, along with types of radioactive decay, and the effects of radiation on living things. This video comes with pack of supplementary materials, to support teaching of this topic.
2007 • 49 mins • KS 3 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • NUCEN
2012 • 23 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA11064
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2000 • 15 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BENCH4
Can we Make a Star on Earth Professor Brian Cox explains how fusion energy keeps the sun burning , and explores whether scientists could use nuclear fusion to build a star on earth. Distributed under licence from Educational Publishers LLP. 2009 • 60 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC101
Space and Astronomy
The Inner Planets
Empire of the Sun
Do We Really Need the Moon?
Through breathtaking images from space, and groundbreaking CGI, Professor Brian Cox introduces students to the powerhouse of our solar system: the sun. Students will learn how the sun was originally formed, and how it affects not only planet Earth, but all the planets in our solar system. This is a fantastic resource to engage your students in this topic. Distributed under licence from Educational Publishers LLP.
The Earth and the Moon have a vital connection. Without it, our planet would be unrecognisable. But what does the Moon do for us? Through an immersive combination of real footage, and stunning CGI, this video resource shows students how different our world might be if the Moon wasn't exactly where it is. Distributed under licence from Educational Publishers LLP.
This video resource explores the features of Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. Colourful satellite images reveal the characteristics of the inner planets, and show how planets travel in elliptical orbits around the sun. 2003 • 20 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS03004000
The Outer Planets Using images from NASA, and the Hubble Telescope, this video resource takes students on an exciting animated trip to the outer reaches of our solar system. 2010 • 50 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC10115
2012 • 50 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC11005
2003 • 20 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS03005000
Measurements and Experiments NEW
Lab Equipment Safety
Measuring in Science
Observations and Data
Measuring is a vital process in science, and one that all students can carry out. This practical video resource demonstrates the different ways measurement occurs in science including measuring length, mass, volume, and temperature. This resource comes with free knowledge-testing worksheets, extension activities, and an active viewing guide, to improve students’ learning outcomes.
One of the most important processes in science is the art of observing. New to Classroom Video in 2014, this video resource shows students the different ways that scientific observations are made, looking at types of data, how data is obtained, and how it is displayed.
This video resource focuses on the safe and effective use of common laboratory equipment. Special emphasis is placed on the prevention of damage to lab equipment, and the prevention of bodily harm. 2006 • 19 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS06007000
The Microscope This practical video resource illustrates how to safely and effectively use a variety of microscopes commonly found in the school laboratory.
2006 • 19 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS06008000
2013 • 20 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS10010000
2013 • 20 mins • KS 3 – 4 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VLS06012000
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Published on Feb 14, 2014