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over 12 weeks
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Students are welcome to class that have no physics experience! This course is a 1 a week course for 12 weeks. Our course will be covering an introductory series in physics. We will have lectures, class discussions, and hands on experiments. One experiment will be completed in class each week. Materials will be posted and students will have the choice to bring the items to class and work along with the teacher or they can simply watch the experiment if they prefer. Students will have...
Students should leave class knowing the big picture of physics. Students should feel comfortable speaking about topics electrons, protons, neutrons and different types of motion. Electrostatics and energy conservation should connect students with their everyday environment. This course should provide additional understanding of the "how's" and "why's" of how things work.
Mrs. Kim has been teaching middle school physics in homeschool co-ops with up to twenty students per class. She also teaches this class for an online K-6 academy. She has been a core subject instructor with fourteen years of teaching experience in grades K-8.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe. optional time outside of class if the student is very inspired!
Students will have handouts provided for each week. They will consist of guided notes and extra questions for additional thinking about the topics covered. Materials for all experiments are optional. The teacher will complete the experiment. If students would like to try they may bring supplies to class. Days where no materials are required may use batteries and electricity. Students may just watch these experiments so that they stay safe! Students may participate in each experiment with the following materials: wk 1 - tennis ball, rope wk 2 - no materials needed wk 3- no materials needed wk 4 - no materials needed wk 5 - no materials needed wk 6 - toy car, banana, pennies, stack of books, piece of cardboard, tape wk 7-toy cars/toys with wheels wk 8-any kind of toy balls, different sizes, sports balls ok too wk 9- no materials needed wk 10 - balloons (2 if possible) wk 11 - no materials needed wk 12- magnets of any kind!
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Students will receive a mid-term and a final exam for their own measurement of success. They can also use these assessments for additional feedback and help from the teacher in areas where they may want to improve.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be using Focus on Elementary School Physics (3rd edition) by Rebecca Keller, as a reference. Students will not need the book for class as all content is presented in class. This is the base of reference is the student wishes to follow along with a text for additional learning support.
Erin Kim, TESOL, TEFL
Language, History, and Sciences through immersion
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
53 total reviews
73 completed classes
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