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AQA GCSE Physics Topic 2 - Electricity

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• I can draw series and parallel circuits Video 1Video 2Video 3Video 4

• I can recall the units needed for Q = It

• I can rearrange Q = It• I can use Q = It

• I can recall the units needed for V = IR

• I can rearrange V = IR

• I can use V = IR

• I can draw and explain current-potential difference graphs for ohmic conductors, filament lamps and diodes

• I can explain the change in resistance of a thermistor as the temperature changes Video 1Video 2

• I can explain the change in resistance of an LDR as the light intensity changes Video 1Video 2

• I can describe the way potential difference behaves in a series circuit Video 1Video 2

• I can describe the way resistance behaves in a series circuit

• I can describe the way potential difference behaves in a parallel circuit

• I can describe the way resistance behaves in a parallel circuit

• I can recall the voltage and frequency of mains electricity in the UK

• I can explain the difference between direct current and alternating current

• I can describe the safety features of a plug

• I can describe how power in a circuit is related to the potential difference

• I can recall the units needed for P = VI

• I can rearrange P = VI

• I can use P = VI

• I can recall the units needed for P = I2R

• I can rearrange P = I2R

• I can use P = I2R

• I can describe how domestic appliances transfer energy

• I can recall the units needed for E = Pt

• I can rearrange E = Pt

• I can use E = Pt

• I can recall the units needed for E = QV

• I can rearrange E = QV

• I can use E = QV

• I can describe the part of the National Grid and how they interact with each other

• I can describe how step-up and step-down transformers work

• I can describe the circumstances in which an object might become charged-Physics only

• I can describe what happens what two charged objects are bought close together – Physics only

• I can state that a charged object creates an electric field around itself – Physics only

• I can draw the electric field pattern for an object – Physics only