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Physics School Year Lesson Calender:Motion
Analyze and predict position, time, velocity, and acceleration using graphs, motion diagrams and different frames of reference.
Describe, classify and solve problems that involve circular, projectile, or periodic motion.
Forces
Analyze the effects of inertia and resistance forces suchas air resistance and friction and their effects on acceleration.
Solve problems involving force, mass, acceleration, and Newton’s law of gravitation.
Momentum & Impulse
Apply the law of conservation of momentum to analyzethe motions of systems of objects.
Solve problems involving momentum and impulse including simple collisions.
Mechanical Energy
Solve problems involving work, PE, KE and the law of conservation of energy.
Apply the law of conservation of energy to analyze the motions of systems of objects.
Electricity & Electromagnetism
Explain how objects are charged in terms of conductionand induction and charge distribution.
Use electrostatic attraction and repulsion to explain common experiences with charged objects, electrostatiforces and electric current.
Analyze series and parallel electric circuits in terms of electric current, resistance, voltage, and power.
Use magnetic repulsion and attraction to explain common experiences with magnets and magnetic objects.
Relate magnetic fields and forces with electric current such as in the workings of motors and generators.
Waves
Understand and solve problems involving frequency, wavelength, and wave speed including examples of light and sound.
Describe and predict how waves and wave motion change due to interference with other waves and their surroundings.
Thermal
Analyze the effects of heat, temperature, and efficiencyin thermal systems.
Nuclear
Understand nuclear fission and fusion and the interchangeable nature of mass and energy. |

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