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Physics Unit 1 - Personalised Learning Checklist Subject Content Journey to Success P1.2 – Energy and Efficiency a P1.2.1 Useful and waste energy b P1.2.1 Calculating efficiency P1.2.1 Use data to compare appliances (which is most c efficient/wastes most etc.) d P1.2.1 Useful and waste energy e P1.2.1 Calculating efficiency P1.2.1 Use data to compare appliances (which is most f efficient/wastes most etc.) g P1.2.1 Useful and waste energy h P1.2.1 Calculating efficiency P1.3 The Usefulness of Electrical Appliances a P1.3.1 Calculate Power (P = E ÷ t) b P1.3.1 Calculate cost of using electrical appliances P1.4 Generating Electricity a P1.1.4 Describe transfers in appliances b P1.1.4 Describe energy transfers with Sankey diagrams c P1.4.1 The use of fossil fuels and nuclear fuels for steam turbines d P1.4.1 Other ways of generating electricity (renewables) e P1.4.1 Different effects of energy resources (pros and cons) f P1.4.2 The parts of the National Grid g P1.4.2 The use of transformers P1.5 The Use of Waves for Communication and to Provide Evidence that Universe if Expanding a P1.5.1 Properties of longitudinal/transverse waves b P1.5.1 Reflection, refraction, diffraction c P1.5.1 Use of the wave equation (v = f x 𝜆) d P1.5.2 Drawing ray diagrams e P1.5.1 Properties of EM waves, EM spectrum f P1.5.1 Uses of EM waves in communication g P1.5.3 Properties of sound waves h P1.5.4 The Doppler effect and red-shift i P1.5.4 The Big Bang and CMBR P1.1 The Transfer of Energy by Heating Processes and Factors that Affect the Rate of Energy transfer a P1.1.1 Infrared: absorption and emission b P1.1.2 Kinetic theory b P1.1.3 Energy transfer by heating b P1.1.3 Factors affecting transfer by heating e P1.1.4 U values f P1.1.4 Solar thermal heating g P1.1.4 Calculating specific heat capacity h P1.1.4 Comparing ways to reduce energy consumption