Here is a document to put your review sheets on. The review sheets can be produced electronically or on paper and then scanned. Make sure to make them public before you share them, so others can download.
Wednesday you will get some practice questions for the topics, and then a practice exam.
My suggestion: Review topic first, then try some questions, then revise again, until all topics are pretty good, then try the exam. Then go back to any problem spots.
Review task from topics 1-5 (answers at the end)
Answers to the review exam given out in class for
SL paper one, SL paper two,
HL paper one HL paper two
For our final unit you will be investigating waves in a series of activities and experiments. You will complete one experiment for Criterion C.
There is a final exhibition in the second week of June, and you will contribute to this on an area of sight or hearing. The reflection on your learning will be your final criterion D task.
Here is a unit overview.
Waves in general:
Wave activity with simulation on Phet
Wave properties practice problems
Read about Waves on BBC bitesize
Solutions to wave properties practice
Reading about sound (and be able to answer questions on p 103 and 107)
How to measure speed of sound in two ways – one outside and one with a tube and cylinder
Free software to find frequency of sounds (use audioxplorer) and helpsheet about it
Problem to solve using speed of sound, and some more problems and the answers
See the text book pg 86-7 for reflection in mirrors, 88-9 for refraction and 90-1 for internal reflection.
1 – Tracing rays through a block using pins – complete the sheet and then take two similar measurements with a block and pins.
2 – Refraction and a coin in water – students should complete the sheet then set up the investigation described
3 – Refraction and a displaced ray. Complete the sheet and then collect three measurements using a ray box and analyse.
4- Angles in a simulated lab – open the PheT simulation. Use the simulation to see what happens in the following situations
i – the refractive index of the top material is less than the bottom one (i.e. air on the top and water on the bottom)
ii – the refractive index of the top material is greater than the bottom one (i.e. water on the top and air on the bottom)
iii – the refractive indexes of the materials are the same
The criteria for this experiment. You have 5 double lessons. Around 2 should be collecting data. The report is due on May 19.
Some IA exemplars and their grades from IB.
IBO guidance on the IA criteria.
and a reminder of the IA ideas you generated.