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  1. 善用資源促進物理科的學與教 Making Good Use of Resource Materials to Enhance Learning and Teaching of Physics Science Education Section Curriculum Development Institute Education Bureau 教育局課程發展處 科學教育組

  2. List of Furniture and Equipment for Secondary Schools (Physics) 實驗室裝置及家具

  3. New F&E List

  4. New F&E List • Provisional version • For schools’ reference • Available in EDB website\cd\sc • Acquire or top-up by phases

  5. New F&E List • CE List: 162 items • AL List: 64 items • NSS List: 213 items • Combined Science List: 186 items

  6. Removed items • Items no longer required in the curriculum • Obsolete items • Radioactive sources & related items (except the GM counter)

  7. Added items • Useful items • Amount adjusted to cater for group experiments • Data loggers, sensors and notebook computers • “Advanced” equipments • Items for the elective topics

  8. Dice (#24) Iron filings (#157) Slotted base (#188) Motor accessory set (#69) Motor construction kit (#70) Magnets (#61) Magnetic field of current (#60) Power line transmission demonstration kit (#77) Colour filter set (#17) Eddy current kit (#28) Fleming apparatus (#34) Protractor, full-circle (#80) Screen, translucent (#87) Useful items Back

  9. Amount adjusted to cater for group experiments (10 sets) • Bourdon gauge (#8) • Current balance kit (#20) • Long spring (#56) • Search coil (#88) • Signal generator (#90a) • Slinky spring (#10) Back

  10. Data loggers (5 sets) • Data logger interface (#21) • Force sensor (#22b) • Motion sensor (#22e) • Temperature sensor (#22j) • Voltage sensor (#22l) • Notebook computer (#164)

  11. New sensors (2 sets) • Infrared sensor (#22c) • Photogate sensor (#22f) • Rotary motion sensor (#22h) • Ultraviolet sensor (#22k) • Acceleration sensor (3-axis) and altimeter (#22m) • Vest (#22n) • Force platform, 2-axis (#22o) Back

  12. “Advanced” equipments • Geiger counter, portable (#37) • Joulemeter, digital (#45) • LCR meter, hand held (#158) • Multimeter, student (digital) (#71) • Thermometer, digital (#114) • Ultra-violet detecting beads kit (#122) Back

  13. Atomic World Carbon model kit (#12) Medical Physics Ear model (#27) Model eye apparatus (#68) Ultrasonics kit (#121) Items to cater for the elective topics

  14. Items to cater for the elective topics Astronomy • Binoculars • Celestial globe • Doppler ball • Hand spectrometer, plastic • Sun spotter • Telescope (refractor, reflector or catadioptrics)

  15. Items to cater for the elective topics Energy & Use of Energy • Solar cell kit • Light meter, digital • Solar constant measurement, experimental kit of • Thermometer, infrared • Watt meter, digital • Wind meter

  16. End of First Part

  17. Rotary motion sensor “Records the angle rotated of an axle. Can be used in experiments of circular motion and pendulum.” Back

  18. Acceleration sensor and altimeter “Records the accelerations in three axis with a compatible data logger. Can be placed in a vest during outdoor dynamic experiments. Can also record altitude change.” Back

  19. Force platform “Records the vertical and horizontal forces acting on the top plate. Ideal for experiments of impact, projectile and gravity.” Back

  20. Geiger counter, portable “Battery-operated portable nuclear radiation counter.” Back

  21. Joulemeter, digital “An electronic version of existing joulemeter. Can also measure power. Works both for DC and AC.” Back

  22. Thermometer, digital “Different kinds of probes can be used for different purposes. Flexible probe has a low thermal mass and ultra fast response. Hard probe is robust and can be used for high temperature.” Back

  23. UV detecting beads “Plastic beads that change colour when exposed to UV or sunlight. An interesting demonstration for teaching electromagnetic spectrum.” Back

  24. Carbon model kit “Rods-and-balls model for demonstration of carbon structures such as diamond, graphite and fullerene.” Back

  25. Ultrasonics kit “A pair of ultrasound emitter and receiver. Can be used to demonstrate the attenuation and wave properties of ultrasound.” Back

  26. Celestial globe 16” transparent globe for the demonstration of the motion of the celestial sphere. Back

  27. Doppler Ball “Produces a tone of fixed frequency. When whirled with a strings, it demonstrates the change of tone by Doppler’s effect.” Back

  28. Hand spectrometer, plastic “Hand-held spectrometer for analysis of the spectrum of a discharge tube and other light sources.” Back

  29. Sun spotter “A device to project the image of the sun on a white paper. It provides a safe and convenient wayto observe the sun.” Back

  30. Solar cell kit “Consists of a solar cell and a motor dedicated as a load. Can be used in the experiment of characteristics of solar cell and the construction of solar car.” Back

  31. Light meter, digital “Measure lux value of different ranges.” Back

  32. Solar constant measurement, experimental measure kit of “Record the temperature change of three metal blocks under sunlight with compatible temperature sensors and data logger. The absorption of solar energy of different colours can be compared and the solar constant can be estimated.” Back

  33. Thermometer, infrared “Non-contact type thermometer that can measure a wide range of temperature.” Back

  34. Watt meter, digital “Measures the power consumed by an 220 V electrical appliance plugged in its 3-pin BS socket. Provides a safe and convenient way to measure the AC power with power factor correction.” Back

  35. Wind meter “Measures the speed of air motion with a small turbine. Can be used to study wind energy and wind speed.” Back

  36. The End

  37. Practical activities on Radiation and Radioactivity

  38. Background • Discontinuous supply from UK • Supplement to learning and teaching of • ,  and  radiations • Radioactive decay • Detection of radiation

  39. Practical activities on Radiation and Radioactivity

  40. Points to Note • Used by both teachers and students • “Minor amendment” and “Scripts” for reference (in separated files) • Thanks to SKH St. Benedict’s School

  41. Thank you!