Kia Ora, Hello and Welcome to the 10Science1 page on the Whangarei Girls' High School Physics Wiki
There are two purposes for this page:
Firstly, to provide a handy place for links to useful and/or interesting sites.
Secondly, to provide a place where the lesson plans, lesson notes and other handy files can be stored and accessed online. This could be handy for reference, review or for people who are not able to attend classes right now because they are away from school for sickness or field trips.

Sofie Sands-Kennedy took this picture during Science on Friday the 1st of August. It is of one of the colours found when using Universal Indicator when neutralising an acid and a base. She has done a terrific job of getting a useful close up. Thank you for the image Sofie! The nice thing is that this image shows the colour when the solution became neutral.
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There are some great youtube clips and other links that are really worth looking at. Here is a small selection of the many that fit parts of our course.
Ionic Bonding vid (3min 23 sec)
The periodic table song
The elements song
Electrical Circuit Simulator
A copy of the pH scale - in colour
A video on how our lungs work
A video on how our blood circulates around our bodies
The Moving Man graph simulator
A video of uni students dissecting a sheep's pluck

THE THIRD PART - Non Lesson Files

THE FOURTH PART - Lesson plans & notes
The lesson plans and notes are available via a code. The code is not very secret.
"10Sci Y15 M02 D05 marked.pptx" means:
10Sci1 - the lesson plan and notes for this class
Y15 - the year: 2015
M02 - the second month, i.e. February
D05 - the 5th day of the month, i.e the 5th of February, 2015
pptx - this means that the file is a PowerPoint and you will need this software on your computer to open and look at it.

THE FIFTH PART - Mini youtube tutorials
Here are some little tutorials that you can use to revisit an idea or skill.
How to find the speed if you know the distance and the time
Energy: types and changes for a bicycle
Velocity-Time graphs for Awhina and Beverley

I hope you find this page useful. Please send me an email and let me know if you liked it, disliked it or would like to see some changes and/or additions and/or deletions. I value your thoughts.
Cheers and thanks

Haggis Henderson
Physics and Science Teacher
Whangarei Girls' High School

Thursday the 5th of November 2015 at 1140hrs