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  1. Optics Chapter from Wikipedia
  2. Physics classroom

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  1. Khan Academy Geometric Optics1
  2. Khan Academy Geometric Optics2
  3. Lecture series on Optics:Lens
  4. Concave and convex lens

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This is a very interesting topic for children and the teacher must be prepared to take a lot of curious and interesting questions. Illustration and experimentation will go a long way in explaining a lot of concepts in optics. Day to day examples of spectacles and magnifying glasses etc will be very helpful for the students. May be to get the students excited we can also gave sessions with binoculars and telescope as and when available.

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