1. Make sure that you allocate the same amount of time as you do with other H2 subjects. This may not mean spending the same amount of time each day, but over the long term, such as the same average time over a week. An over-emphasis on subjects that are perceived as more "challenging" may
I love the segment about magnetic "domains". Rule with an "iron fist". Two of my favourite Youtube channels worked together to make this video.
Since almost every student owns a smartphone in SIngapore now, it has become possible for us to gather instant feedback or conduct an on-the-spot formative assessment to identify common misconceptions during class time. A simple true-and-false quiz conducted during my recent lesson on Gravitation, after the lecture series was completed, showed that students are confused
This video shows yet another demonstration for the effect of resonance, when the sound frequency is equal to the natural frequency of the glass. I have yet to conduct this demonstration because of the potential risks involving flying pieces of glass. A video should suffice though, especially one that is taken at slow motion.
This is a video that we usually will show during a lecture on the topic of Resonance, under the unit "Oscillations". It was taken in 1940 at the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington, USA. One of the main reasons (not the only reason - the other being aeroelastic flutter) for its collapse is the effect