- Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
- Author(s):David Sang
- Available from: September 2014
This edition of our successful series to support the Cambridge IGCSE Physics syllabus (0625) is fully updated for the revised syllabus for first examination from 2016.
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Written by a highly experienced author, Cambridge IGCSE Physics Workbook (second edition) helps students build the skills required in both their theory and practical examinations.The exercises in this write-in workbook help to consolidate understanding and get used to using knowledge in new situations. They also develop information handling and problem solving skills and develop experimental skills including planning investigations and interpreting results. This accessible book encourages students to engage with the material.The answers to the exercises can be found on the Teacher's Resource CD-ROM.
Exercises designed to help develop skill in problem solving and data handling, and many aspects of investigations.
Checklists to allow students to assess their own skills, and learn to recognise when they are performing a skill competently.
- 1 Making measurements
- 2 Describing motion
- 3 Forces and motion
- 4 Turning effects of forces
- 5 Forces and matter
- 6 Energy transformations and energy transfers
- 7 Energy resources
- 8 Work and power
- 9 The kinetic model of matter
- 10 Thermal properties of matter
- 11 Thermal (heat) energy transfers
- 12 Sound
- 13 Light
- 14 Properties of waves
- 15 Spectra
- 16 Magnetism
- 17 Static electricity
- 18 Electrical quantities
- 19 Electric circuits
- 20 Electromagnetic forces
- 21 Electromagnetic induction
- 22 The nuclear atom
- 23 Radioactivity
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