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Physics for High School: Part 2

Amy Davis M.Ed.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(103)
In this 16 week course, students will explore some of the fundamentals of high school physics. This course is part 2 of a 2 part, comprehensive physics course.

Class experience

US Grade 9 - 12
16 lessons//16 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Projectile Motion
 Week 2
Lesson 2
 Week 3
Lesson 3
Conservation of Momentum
 Week 4
Lesson 4
 Week 5
Lesson 5
Work & Power
 Week 6
Lesson 6
 Week 7
Lesson 7
 Week 8
Lesson 8
Mid-term Review & Exam
 Week 9
Lesson 9
Energy & State Changes
 Week 10
Lesson 10
Temperature Scales
 Week 11
Lesson 11
Gas Laws
 Week 12
Lesson 12
 Week 13
Lesson 13
 Week 14
Lesson 14
 Week 15
Lesson 15
 Week 16
Lesson 16
Final Review 7 Exam
By the end of this course students will be able to...
Determine the change in momentum when given an object’s mass and speed
Understand the relationship between external forces and momentum change
Describe and differentiate between elastic and inelastic collisions
Calculate work and power in a variety of real world examples
Calculate potential and kinetic energy
Identify the system and change to internal energy of a given scenario using the First Law of Thermodynamics
Explain the difference in temperature change in two substances based on their specific heat
Calculate the energy change for a given phase change in a substance
Understand absolute zero and convert between multiple temperature scales
Use gas laws to explore the relationships between variables of gases, such as pressure and temperature
Explain Pascal’s principle relating to fluids in a piston
Calculate the wavelength and frequency of waves
Explain the Doppler shift using a real world example
Order the sections of an electromagnetic spectrum according to wavelength
I have a bachelor's of science degree in chemistry with a minor in mathematics, and a master's of science degree in secondary education with a minor in chemistry.  I also currently teach adult education classes for at my local community college.  I have been a certified 8-12 science teacher in Texas for the past 10 years, spending 5 of those years teaching in public school and community college, 3 years teaching at a homeschool co-op and rest of the time teaching online. I am certified to teach and have experience teaching chemistry, biology, earth science, life science, forensic science, astronomy, integrated physics and chemistry in grades 8-12.
Homework Offered
Students may intermittently be given short assignments to complete outside of class meeting times. These assignments will be given to help introduce new topics, practice skills learned, and/or reinforce learning goals. All assignments outside of class will be optional according to parental discretion.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Formative assessments will be given regularly in each class meeting to assess student learning and connections. Formative assessment information will be available upon parent request. The grade for this course will be determined by an optional Final Exam at the end of the 10 week class.
Grades Offered
All homework, quizzes and exams are optional, per the preferences of each family. If assignments are completed, grades can be recorded in the digital notebook (provided in the course). If requested, a formal grade report will be provided at the conclusion of the course.
Students should complete Physics for High School: Part 1 before this course.
Students will be provided with a digital notebook containing handouts, quiz links, grade recording sheet, and a place to take notes.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
This course will be taught using Nearpod lessons, which allows for the interaction mentioned above.  If your student will be using a tablet or phone, they will need to download the free Nearpod app, which can be found in the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. I will be posting a link to the Nearpod website and a code into the chat box when class starts and students using a computer will be able to access the lesson via the link or by going to the Nearpod website and entering in the code.

The student notebook for this course will be given in the Google Slides format, so a Google account is helpful.  The notebook will be available in another format upon parent request.

Kahoot will be used as a review game a couple of times during this course.
This course was created using the text reference: Constructing Physics by Jason Neil.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(103)

I'm Amy Davis (she/her) and I've been teaching on Outschool since 2020.  My primary focus is on semester long high school science classes.  My teaching style is to try to create a positive, low-stress environment with plenty of... 
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for 16 classes
1x per week, 16 weeks
50 min

Completed by 6 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 13-17
3-10 learners per class

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