This lesson plan explains the concept of standing waves by introducing the phenomenon of reflection of waves and the superposition principle. You’ll find some great ideas to teach your class all about wave motion.
If you’ve ever faced the problem of not applying your formulas correctly, this article is just for you! Whether you find formulas easy or you are scared of them, most of us make errors while applying formulas. Here are certain points to keep in mind to make sure you get the answer right.
Here’s an interesting way to help your students understand the concept of sound waves. By asking the right questions, the teacher will lead the students to discover first hand the thought process involved in actually developing a theory.
This science study guide will help you to convert the units of base physical quantities from one system to another with ease. At the end is a list of commonly used units along with their conversions and some exercises to absorb the concepts learned.
This article will introduce you to Units and Dimensions and guide you to derive the units of derived physical quantities and learn about base SI units in your high school physics class. If you are looking for physics help, you have come to the right place!
Fed up with arithmetic? This might just be the thing for you. Vedic Mathematics is an ancient Indian system of mathematics. Outlined here is the method for multiplying any two numbers, beginning with 2-digit and progressing to 4-digit numbers, MENTALLY! I have also given a verification method.
Conduct word games in your class. Word games like anagrams, dumb-charades and word-chain to name just a few are a powerful, creative and fun way to test and improve your pupils’ vocabulary and spelling skills.
Perform an energy audit of your class to make students aware of the energy they consume and ways in which they can conserve energy. This is an essential lesson to teach students the importance of saving energy and sustainable living.
Nothing could be as simple as walking, right? It’s actually the interplay of the Newton’s laws of motion and properties of frictional forces that gives us the amazing ability to walk. Find an explanation of the mechanism of walking with the help of a free body diagram (FBD).