Physics: Temperature
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# Physics: Temperature

for students in Secondary School
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Created by Daniel Milton
Last updated 7/2017
English
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Includes:
• 1 hour on-demand video
• 3 Supplemental Resources
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• Answer school test questions on the Physics topic of Temperature
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Requirements
• Students should have taken Kinetic Model of Matter and Heat Transfer before Temperature
• Students should know algebra.
Description

This course is on the topic of Temperature and is for students in Secondary School taking Physics.  There are notes and worksheets to print out and the solutions to all the questions are explained in the videos.

Master Temperature through Problem Solving

Many students have said that they understood the concepts, but when it came to answering the questions, they did not know how to apply the concepts to the questions. This course is designed to be interactive, with lots and lots of problem solving, so you will get,

• Explanation of the important concepts
• Guidance through the problem solving strategies for different kinds of questions
• Help with using the right words and phrases in written explanations
• Strategies for solving the difficult questions from the topic

Course Content

• Principle of Thermometry
• Types of Thermometers
• Sensitivity, Response Time and Range
• Examples
• A standard level difficulty worksheet with solutions explained
• A challenging difficulty worksheet with solutions explained
• Conclusion going over key skills to take away from the course
Who is the target audience?
• Students taking Physics in Secondary School.
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Curriculum For This Course
13 Lectures
01:08:23
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Introduction
2 Lectures 04:31

Syllabus Information.

Preview 00:35

Information for new students.

Preview 03:56
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Temperature Notes
4 Lectures 16:32

Temperature Notes pdf file for printout.

Temperature Notes pdf file
00:20

Explanation of Principles of Thermometry from the Notes

Principles of Thermometry
05:19

Types of Thermometers and the meaning of the terms sensitivity, response time and range.

Preview 06:25

Explanation of the Examples in the Notes

Examples
04:28
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Temperature Worksheet U1.1
3 Lectures 16:55

Temperature Worksheet U1.1 pdf file for printout.

Temperature Worksheet U1.1 pdf file
00:23

MCQ Solutions for Temperature Worksheet U1.1

MCQ Solutions for Temperature Worksheet U1.1
07:21

Structured Solutions for Temperature Worksheet U1.1

Structured Solutions for Temperature Worksheet U1.1
09:11
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Temperature Worksheet U2.1
3 Lectures 19:54

Temperature Worksheet U2.1 pdf file for printout.

Temperature Worksheet U2.1 pdf file
00:25

MCQ Solutions for Temperature Worksheet U2.1

MCQ Solutions for Temperature Worksheet U2.1
12:08

Structured Solutions to Temperature Worksheet U2.1

Structured Solutions for Temperature Worksheet U2.1
07:21
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Conclusion
1 Lecture 10:31

Conclusion to the Topic of Temperature

Temperature Conclusion
10:31
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Science Tutor, Ph. D. and test prep book author

Hi! My name is Daniel Milton and I have tutored more than 500 students in secondary school in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. I've been conducting live tutoring classes in Singapore since 2010 to prepare students for the O-Level, A-Level, IB, AP Physics and IGSCE exams.

I decided to produce video courses that would capture all the experience I have in explaining the concepts and the important problem solving strategies that will allow students to ace those exams!

My courses include notes for each topic, worksheets to give you plenty of practice, and videos explaining the solutions to all the questions.

If you need information about whether a course fits your particular program, such as O-Level, Iintegrated Programme, IGCSE, or US High school, visit my website where I have all the links to the right courses for your syllabus.

I have a M.S. in Physics and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Florida, U.S.A. I have also written books on solving physics problems and test preparation including "How to Solve Physics Problems" with McGraw-Hill and the physics section of the Medical College Admission Test prep guide with Barrons. Combined sales of the books are over 100,000 copies.

I think video courses can be the best way to learn for a lot of people, particularly those that are more independent minded and want to learn things on their own. It is my goal to produce the best courses available for secondary school science topics!