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1 Motion and Forces Broad Concept: Newton s laws of motion and gravitation describe and predict the motion of most objects. LS 1.1 Compare and contrast vector quantities (such as, displacement, velocity, acceleration, force, and linear momentum) and scalar quantities (such as, distance, speed, energy, mass, and work). Carry out a vector analysis of common objects in motion. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s Vectors activity Vectors lecture Check for understanding questions Vectors Lab Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 1 of 55 9/13/10

2 LS 1.2 Distinguish between displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and acceleration. Solve problems involving displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and constant acceleration. Provide examples of velocity, acceleration Relate velocity to speed. Motion lecture Motion Project Check for understanding questions Quiz on Motion ORQ on acceleration Organizer Skill 2 Independently identifies and selects appropriate and sophisticated sources; concentrates on primary sources Organizer Skill 3 Is highly competent using Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 2 of 55 9/13/10

3 technology, all library resources and media; conducts an interview based on problem questions which reveal in depth preparation; discriminates between levels of relevance and importance of sources LS 1.3 Create and interpret graphs of 1 dimensional motion, such as position vs. time, distance vs. time, speed vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. Use data to produce graphs of simple motion. possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, Graph lecture Check for understanding questions Graph matching activity Graphing quiz Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 3 of 55 9/13/10

4 time where acceleration is constant. organizes information in novel ways ISO Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 4 of 55 9/13/10

5 LS 1.4 Interpret and apply Newton s three laws of motion. Cite examples of inertia and how mass affects it. Cite examples of accelerating objects and identify the force causing the acceleration. Identify the action reaction pair in a given interaction. possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Newton s 1 st Law lecture Newton s 2nd Law lecture 2 nd Law lab Newton s 3rd Law lecture Videos on Newton s laws Newton s Laws test Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 5 of 55 9/13/10

6 LS 1.5 Use a free body force diagram to show forces acting on a system consisting of a pair of interacting objects. For a diagram with only co linear forces, determine the net force acting on a system and between the objects. Able to interpret a freebody diagram correctly. Able to calculate net force for a pair of co linear forces. Construct an example of a movable object that can demonstrate the effect of co linear forces. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Free Body diagrams lecture Check for understanding questions Free Body diagram project Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 6 of 55 9/13/10

7 Problem Solver Skill 8 Tests, analyzes, and adapts s Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 7 of 55 9/13/10

8 LS 1.6 Distinguish qualitatively between static and kinetic friction, and describe their effects on the motion of objects. Understanding of frictional forces. Strategies for increasing or decreasing friction where appropriate. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Friction lecture Friction lab Friction quiz Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 8 of 55 9/13/10

9 LS 1.7 Describe Newton s law of universal gravitation in terms of the attraction between two objects, their masses, and the distance between them. Apply Newton s second law to gravitational acceleration. Contrast motion of objects in outer space with motion of objects on Earth. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Gravity lecture Video: Mass and Weight Check for understanding questions Acceleration due to gravity lab Acceleration due to gravity quiz Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 9 of 55 9/13/10

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11 LS 1.8 Describe conceptually the forces involved in circular motion. Understand the accelerated nature of circular motion. Identify centripetal forces in a variety of examples (friction, gravity, string, electric force) Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s Circular motion lecture Centripetal Force lab Circular motion test Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 11 of 55 9/13/10

12 Conservation of Energy and Momentum Broad Concept: The laws of conservation of energy and momentum provide alternate approaches to predict and describe the movement of objects. LS 2.1 Interpret and provide examples that illustrate the law of conservation of energy. Account for energy changes in a system. Explain apparent energy losses from systems Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes Energy lecture Conservation of energy demonstrations and discussions Videos on Conservation of Energy Conservation of energy lab Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 12 of 55 9/13/10

13 information in novel ways Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 13 of 55 9/13/10

14 LS 2.2 Interpret and provide examples of how energy can be converted from gravitational potential energy to kinetic energy and vice versa. Construct simple devices that convert gravitational potential energy to kinetic energy and analyze the efficiency. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways See 2.1 above See 2.1 above Conservation of energy ORQ Problem Solver Skill 6 Chooses most challenging Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 14 of 55 9/13/10

15 learning experiences; participates in a way that advances critical thinking; learns from mistakes Problem Solver Skill 8 Tests, analyzes, and adapts s Organizer Skill 2 Independently identifies and selects appropriate and sophisticated sources; concentrates on primary sources Organizer Skill 3 Is highly competent using technology, all library resources and media; Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 15 of 55 9/13/10

16 conducts an interview based on problem questions which reveal in depth preparation; discriminates between levels of relevance and importance of sources Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 16 of 55 9/13/10

17 LS 2.3 Describe both qualitatively and quantitatively how work can be expressed as a change in mechanical energy. Build and analyze simple machines. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Discussion of mousetrap powered car Mousetrap powered car project Problem Solver Skill 8 Tests, analyzes, and adapts s Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 17 of 55 9/13/10

18 Organizer Skill 2 Independently identifies and selects appropriate and sophisticated sources; concentrates on primary sources Organizer Skill 3 Is highly competent using technology, all library resources and media; conducts an interview based on problem questions which reveal in depth preparation; discriminates between levels of relevance and importance of sources Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 18 of 55 9/13/10

19 LS 2.4 Describe both qualitatively and quantitatively the concept of power as work done per unit time. Conservation of Energy and Momentum LS 2.5 Interpret and provide examples that linear momentum is the product of mass and velocity and is always conserved (law of conservation of momentum). Calculate the momentum of an object. Give a practical example of two systems in which the total energies are equal but the power differs. Provide an analysis of how colliding objects conserve momentum. Use vectors to illustrate how the angle of collision affects transfer of momentum. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Work and power lecture Human Power activity Check for understanding questions Momentum lecture Momentum demonstrations Video Conservation of Momentum SO Questioning, Synthesizing, Evaluating PS Defining and Brainstorming, Organizing Information, Multi step Tasks, Connections, Selecting Conservation of momentum lab Momentum test Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 19 of 55 9/13/10

20 Problem Solver Skill 8 Tests, analyzes, and adapts s Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 20 of 55 9/13/10

21 Heat and Heat Transfer Broad Concept: Heat is energy that is transferred between bodies that are at different temperature by the processes of convection, conduction, and/or radiation. LS 3.1 Explain how heat energy is transferred by convection, conduction, and/or radiation. Explain conduction and convection in terms of molecular motion. Recognize examples of conduction, convection, and radiation. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Video Methods of Heat Transfer Calorimeter lab Convection demonstration Check for understanding questions Thermal energy quiz Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 21 of 55 9/13/10

22 Problem Solver Skill 8 Tests, analyzes, and adapts s Organizer Skill 2 Independently identifies and selects appropriate and sophisticated sources; concentrates on primary sources Organizer Skill 3 Is highly competent using technology, all library Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 22 of 55 9/13/10

23 resources and media; conducts an interview based on problem questions which reveal in depth preparation; discriminates between levels of relevance and importance of sources LS 3.2 Explain how heat energy will move from a higher temperature to a lower temperature until equilibrium is reached. Describe how the law of conservation of energy applies to heat transfer between substances. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s Check for understanding questions Specific heat and water lab Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 23 of 55 9/13/10

24 possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 24 of 55 9/13/10

25 LS 3.3 Describe the relationship between average molecular kinetic energy and temperature. Recognize that energy is absorbed when a substance changes from a solid to a liquid to a gas, and that energy is released when a substance changes from a gas to a liquid to a solid. Explain the relationships between evaporation, condensation, cooling, and warming. Relate particle motion to temperature and temperature change. Describe the distribution of energy among particles in a sample at a constant temperature. Describe particles in a solid, liquid, gas in terms of spacing and motion. Relate energy to change of physical state. Interpret a graph representing change of physical state vs. energy input. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Check for understanding questions Heat vs. temperature demonstration Lecture on states of matter Change of state activity (heat of vaporization) Newton s Law of Cooling lab ORQ on specific heat Heat of fusion lab Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 25 of 55 9/13/10

26 Describe the difference between particle bonding and behavior on solids, liquids, and gases. Organizer Skill 2 Independently identifies and selects appropriate and sophisticated sources; concentrates on primary sources LS 3.4 Explain the relationship among temperature change in a substance for a given Use a calorimeter to determine energy transfer between substances, or specific heat of a substance. Check for understanding questions Heat and heat transfer test Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 26 of 55 9/13/10

27 amount of heat transferred, the amount (mass) of the substance, and the specific heat of the substance. Waves Broad Concept: Waves carry energy from place to place without the transfer of matter. LS 4.1 Describe the measurable properties of waves (velocity, frequency, wavelength, amplitude, and period) and explain the relationships among them. Recognize examples of simple harmonic motion. Calculate various wave property values from the relationship: wave speed = wavelength x frequency. Identify examples of harmonic motion Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Wave lecture Diagram interpretation Wave Quiz Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 27 of 55 9/13/10

28 LS 4.2 Distinguish between mechanical and electromagnetic waves. Identify examples of mechanical and electromagnetic waves. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s Slinky waves Check for understanding questions Wave Quiz Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 28 of 55 9/13/10

29 Apply wave equation to each possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 29 of 55 9/13/10

30 LS 4.3 Distinguish between the two types of mechanical waves, transverse and longitudinal. Describe or model various examples of waves such as sound, vibrating strings on instruments, etc., as transverse or longitudinal waves. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Use Internet site: edu/~dressell/demos/ waves/wavemotion. html to demonstrate with animation both kinds of waves Classroom participation/demonstr ation using tensioned rope for transverse and slinky for longitudinal. Response to question on write up for lab activity. Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 30 of 55 9/13/10

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32 Waves LS 4.4 Describe qualitatively the basic principles of reflection and refraction of waves. Identify angles of incidence, reflection, and critical angle in a diagram. Describe the index of refraction and some of its uses. Cite evidence for Planck s Law, E=hf, that electromagnetic energy varies with wave frequency. Determine the amplitude of mechanical waves and relate to the wave energy. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Lecture using graphics at edu/perg/vqm/laserweb /Java/MirrImge/Mirror imagee.htm Activity in small groups to complete a worksheet with drawing and calculation exercises. Assign homework problems involving reflection, refraction, and lenses. Lecture and solve example problems related to sound. Check for understanding questions Assign homework exercises Check worksheet progress Quiz question for similar situation as example problems Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 32 of 55 9/13/10

33 LS 4.5 Recognize that mechanical waves generally move faster through a solid than through a liquid and faster through a liquid than through a gas. Understand examples of waves traveling at different speeds in different media Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Lecture on wave speed Check worksheet progress Quiz question for similar situation as example problems Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 33 of 55 9/13/10

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35 LS 4.6 Describe the apparent change in frequency of waves due to the motion of a source or a receiver (the Doppler effect). Use wave tables or other visual aids to view and experiment with wave interactions and the Doppler effect. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Lecture using graphics at edu/~drussell/demos /doppler/doppler. html Check lab write ups for correct answers and interpretation of phenomena Quiz questions for similar situations as homework problems Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 35 of 55 9/13/10

36 Organizer Skill 3 Is highly competent using technology, all library resources and media; conducts an interview based on problem questions which reveal in depth preparation; discriminates between levels of relevance and importance of sources Electromagnetism Broad Concept: Stationary and moving charge particles result in the phenomenon Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 36 of 55 9/13/10

37 known as electricity and magnetism. LS 5.1 Recognize that an electric charge tends to be static on insulators and can move on and in conductors, and explain that energy can produce a separation of charges. Describe the role of electrons in charge separation. Observe the effect of static charge in objects and explain their effect. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Demonstrate with an electroscope the processes of charging objects, separation of charges, and charging by induction. Show methodology of charge transfer. Check for understanding by stopping during demonstrations and asking for predictions of behavior Open response question related to one or more of the phenomena Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 37 of 55 9/13/10

38 LS 5.2 Develop a qualitative and quantitative understanding of current, voltage, resistance, and the connection between them (Ohm s law). Describe an electric circuit and make one. Calculate current flow and resistance in various circuits and measure them. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes Lecture to define and explain the concepts and practical applications of current, voltage, and resistance. Assign homework problems for several cases. Evaluate homework for correctness and conceptual understanding. Quiz question related to voltage, current and resistance. Lab report results and explanation. Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 38 of 55 9/13/10

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40 LS 5.3 Analyze simple arrangements of electrical components in both serial and parallel circuits. Recognize symbols and understand the functions of common circuit elements (battery, connecting wire, switch, fuse, and resistance) in a schematic diagram. Measure current, voltage, and resistance in various circuits and relate them. Predict current and voltage in complex circuits involving more than one resistor. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Lab activity to measure and report the current and resistance of various configurations of circuits. Assign homework problems for several cases. Circuit Project Lecture to define and explain the rules of combinations of resistors. Demonstrate with example problems. Lab activity to assess the result of connecting light bulbs in a variety of prescribed arrangements. Assign homework problems for several cases. Quiz to analyze simple circuit diagrams Correct analysis of light bulb results Quiz questions similar to homework problems Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 40 of 55 9/13/10

41 Problem Solver Skill 8 Tests, analyzes, and adapts s Organizer Skill 2 Independently identifies and selects appropriate and sophisticated sources; concentrates on primary sources Organizer Skill 3 Is highly competent using technology, all library resources and media; conducts an interview based on problem questions which reveal in depth preparation; discriminates between levels of relevance and importance of sources Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 41 of 55 9/13/10

42 Electromagnetism LS 5.4 Describe conceptually the attractive or repulsive forces between objects relative to their charges and the distance between them (Coulomb s law). Understand Coulomb s Law. Relate electron force and Coulomb s Law to the universal law of gravitation. Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 42 of 55 9/13/10 Lecture addressing the form and nature of forces between objects. Interactive discussion to compare and contrast the laws of electric force and gravitational force. Solve example problems for force between charges. Assign homework problems related to the topic Conduct lab activity to determine charge on ISO Questioning, Synthesizing, Evaluating PS Defining and Brainstorming, Organizing Information, Multi step Tasks, Connections, Selecting

43 balloons by measuring force between them. LS 5.5 Explain how electric current is a flow of charge caused by a potential difference (voltage) and how power is equal to current multiplied by voltage. Analysis of circuits to determine power. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Lecture on power in electric circuits. Lab on power in electric circuits. Lecture on power in electric circuits. Lab on power in electric circuits. Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 43 of 55 9/13/10

44 LS 5.5 Explain how electric current is a flow of charge caused by a potential difference (voltage) and how power is equal to current multiplied by voltage. Analysis of circuits to determine power. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid Lecture on power in electric circuits Lab on power in electric circuits Correct measurements and interpretation of lab data Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 44 of 55 9/13/10

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46 LS 5.6 Recognize that moving electric charges produce magnetic forces and moving magnets produce electric forces. Recognize that the interplay of electric and magnetic forces is the basis for electric motors, generators, and other technologies. Understand application of interconvertibility of magnetism and electricity. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Lecture on electric generation and electric motors Build simple electric motors Successful operation of simple electric motor Quiz questions on generators and electric motors Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 46 of 55 9/13/10

47 Problem Solver Skill 8 Tests, analyzes, and adapts s Organizer Skill 2 Independently identifies and selects appropriate and sophisticated sources; concentrates on primary sources Organizer Skill 3 Is highly competent using technology, all library resources and media; conducts an interview based on problem questions which reveal in depth preparation; discriminates between levels of relevance and importance of sources Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 47 of 55 9/13/10

48 Electromagnetic Radiation Broad Concept: Oscillating electric or magnetic fields can generate electromagnetic waves over a wide spectrum of energies. LS 6.1 Recognize that electromagnetic waves are transverse waves and travel at the speed of light through a vacuum. Relate visible light wavelengths to radios and other devices that can differentiate specific wavelengths of the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s Lecture to explain the relationship between electric fields and magnetic fields, the coexistence of each in a wave of light, and the Quiz question similar to homework problems Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 48 of 55 9/13/10

49 possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways behavior of a light wave. Use graphics at fsu.edu/primer/java/ electromagnetic/index. html to demonstrate the animation in 3D. Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 49 of 55 9/13/10

50 LS 6.2 Describe the electromagnetic spectrum in terms of frequency and wavelength and identify the location of radio waves, microwaves, infrared radiation, visible light (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet), ultraviolet rays, x rays, and gamma rays on the spectrum. Describe various devices and how they use electromagnetic waves. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Discuss and demonstrate several practical applications of electromagnetic waves, both visible and invisible. Use animations and graphics at fsu.edu/primer/light andcolor/index.html Assign homework problems for several cases. Quiz question similar to homework problems. Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 50 of 55 9/13/10

51 LS 6.3 Calculate the Describe the photoelectric Problem Solver Skill 1 Lecture to depict the Quiz question similar to Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 51 of 55 9/13/10

52 frequency and energy of an electromagnetic wave from the wavelength. effect and how it elucidates the relationship between wave frequencies and energy in Planck s Law. variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways work function and photoelectric effect relationship. Derive the equation for the energy of a photon and calculate it for an example color of light. Assign homework problems for several cases. homework problems. Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 52 of 55 9/13/10

53 LS 6.4 Recognize and explain the ways in which the direction of visible light can be changed. List practical applications for diffraction, refraction, and reflection. Problem Solver Skill 1 variety of s possible important information; gathers sophisticated, apt, or valid information, organizes information in novel ways Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 53 of 55 9/13/10 Explain the rules and sketch ray diagrams for curved mirrors and various lens arrangements Demonstrate with animations and graphics at ntnu.edu.tw/java/ Lens/lens_e.html Assign homework problems for several cases. Prescribe lab activity to test image Lab report discussing results and analysis of data Quiz question similar to homework problems

54 formation using different lens and mirror situations Grades 11, 12 Physics CP Page 54 of 55 9/13/10

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