Physics Mastery Resources
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Please note individual classes may teach course material in a different order, numbers are for reference only.
1. Physics Motion Graphs
2. 1D Kinematics
3. 2D Kinematics
5. Newton’s Laws
6. Circular Motion
7. Universal Gravitation
8. Energy, Work and Power
11. Electric Circuits
Essential Learning Outcomes:
Use appropriate tools and technology to conduct experiments, collect data and analyze relationships.
Analyze the motion in one dimension.
Analyze the motion in two dimensions.
Define and calculate momentum.
Compare elastic and inelastic collisions.
Apply Newton’s Laws to describe objects in motion.
Illustrate and calculate objects undergoing circular motion.
Describe and calculate the Universal Law of Gravity.
Define and calculate energy, work and power.
Describe the laws of thermodynamics.
Describe behavior of charged particles (Electrostatics).
Solve Problems using Ohm’s Law.
Identify basics properties of magnets.
Determine the magnitude and direction the magnetic force in terms of q, v, and, B.
Identify basics wave properties (including parts and types).
Solve problems involving wavelength, frequency, and wave speed.
Diagram the directions of reflected and refracted rays.
Locate image of a real object in a mirror or lens, determine whether the image is real or virtual, upright or inverted, enlarged or reduced in size.
California Physics Standards
California Investigation and Experimentation Standards
Last Updated: 06/12/2012
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