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Launching a Friendly Physics Website for Teachers & students
With the number of posts in the blog growing, the search for relevant content became difficult.In order to make the content well arranged & user friendly, we are launching a website:
It classifies as well as clubs the posts pertaining to a particular unit in a single site.
This will facilitate learning & make it enjoyable.
Some special features of the site are:
- Well defined menu
- Classification of content (Unitwise)
- Different sections like Videos, notes, assignments etc.
- Solved CBSE Physics papers
- Sample papers for practice
- MCQs for Conceptual Clarity
- Tips & Tricks for Low & High achievers
- A special section on TECHNOLOGY AIDED TEACHING (TAT) to empower the teachers in classroom interactions
- the twisting liquid which evaporates depending on the wind and weather, the reflection in the glass; and our imagination adds atoms.
- a distillation of the earth’s rocks, and in its composition we see the secrets of the universe’s age, and the evolution of stars.
- a strange array of chemicals in the wine? How did they come to be?
- the ferments, the enzymes, the substrates, and the products.There in wine is found the great generalization; all life is fermentation.
No thinking! No Science!
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The present video is in continuation with a new series for CBSE, ICSE & K-12 Physics students on the unit Work, Power & Energy. The topic covered is Relation between Momentum & Kinetic energy.
Click below to watch Work, Power & Energy-VII.
The present video is in continuation with a new series for CBSE, ICSE & K-12 Physics students on the unit Work, Power & Energy. The topics covered are Conservative & Non-conservative forces.
Click below to watch Work, Power & Energy-III
The present video is in continuation with a new series for CBSE, ICSE & K-12 Physics students on the unit Work, Power & Energy.
Click below to watch Work, Power & Energy-II
To give you an idea of the type of questions asked & the model answers thereof, here is the third of a series of solved questions set for you….
Practice paper ( As per CBSE pattern)
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The examination season has begun. The first crucial stage of C.B.S.E examination i.e.the practicals must be over by now. I hope you would have done well in the same.
Now is the right time to focus on the preparation for the theory examination.
I would suggest a two-pronged strategy, chapter-wise preparation & revision through CBSE paper.
Revise each unit carefully followed by written practice of the concepts and previous year CBSE problems.
For your benefit, I am posting some important revision problems in Unit I : Electrostatics as under.
Problems from other units will be posted subsequently.
Along with unit-wise revision, it is advisable to go through one paper a day. You will find quite a few solved papers in this blog. I would suggest you to start with 5 marks questions first as these questions are generally direct and often repeated. Go through the questions very carefully and try to analyse the language of the same. A question is well-read if you clearly understand as to what has been asked & more importantly what has not been asked.
Beginning now in right earnest and continuous effort will help you perform well in the board exams.
Feel free to write to me for any queries you may have.
It gives me pleasure to note that the series ‘ALL ABOUT…..’ clubbing the posts for every single Unit started a few days back with All About Electrostatics….as the first post was well received & appreciated.
Taking impetus from the response,a number of other units have also been clubbed.
The present ‘ALL ABOUT…..’ series by the author in ‘physicsbeckons’ is in line with our aim to help you learn ‘Physics without fear’.
Here is ALL ABOUT Atoms & Nuclei for you…..
ATOMS & NUCLEI-I (Thomson & Rutherford models of atom, their success and drawbacks, Alpha particle scattering experiment).
ATOMS & NUCLEI-II ( Bohr’s theory of hydrogen atom, Expressions for orbital radii, orbital speed of the electrons & Electron energy in different orbits of hydrogen atom. ).
ATOMS & NUCLEI-III (Emission of spectral series in hydrogen atom)
ATOMS & NUCLEI
To be posted shortly
ATOMS & NUCLEI
To be posted shortly
It is advisable to reinforce learning in the unit by trying to solve problems from Previous year papers.
With the number of posts in the blog growing, I revisited the posts and decided to classify & club the posts pertaining to a unit in a single post. This will facilitate learning & make it enjoyable.The first post clubbed the information about the unit on Electrostatics followed by a few other units: Current Electricity; Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation & Wave Optics.
In continuation thereof; here is All About ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES for you…..
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All About ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
*Minimum Level of learning in ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
As this is a very small & easy to understand unit in CBSE Class XII Physics, it is advisable to prepare it thoroughly. In general the questions asked are also direct.So with a little effort; all the three marks may be up for grab.
ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES-I (Introduction of Displacement Current; Equality of Conduction & Displacement Currents).
ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES-II (Maxwell’s equations; Prediction of E M Waves; Expressions for wave velocity Representation of EM waves & Transverse character ).
ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES-III (Production of E M Waves; The Electromagnetic Wave Spectrum)
To be posted shortly
It is advisable to revise the unit by trying to solve Previous year papers.