Physics 11
[ Ministry code: PH 11 ]
View the complete Learning Standards for this course here: Physics 11
Physics 11 consists of 4 Modules. Each module consists of several units. At the end of each Unit there will be a SendIn Assignment for marks. Do not confuse this with the Practice assignments at the end of each Lesson.
NOTE: It is best to print this file first before starting the Unit and then after completing the lesson, complete as much of the SendIn Assignment as possible until you run into new material. Then go to the next lesson and repeat the process until the SendIn Assignment is completed. Halfway through the course, you will be required to write the midterm. You must complete the final exam in order to finish the course.
MODULE 1:
Unit 1: Graphing, Relationships

 Lesson 1: Building a Graph
 Lesson 2: Identifying Relationships
 Lesson 3: Vector Analysis
Unit 2: Kinematics

 Lesson 1: Uniform Motion
 Lesson 2: Acceleration
 Lesson 3: PositionTime Graphs
 Lesson 4: Uniform Motion and VelocityTime Graphs
 Lesson 5: Acceleration and VelocityTime Graphs
Unit 3: Projectile Motion

 Lesson 1: Projectile Motion in 1Dimension
 Lesson 2: Horizontal Projectile Motion
 Lesson 3: Projectile Motion in 2Dimension
MODULE 2:
Unit 4: Forces and Newton’s Law

 Lesson 1: Types of Forces
 Lesson 2: Newton’s 1^{st} Law
 Lesson 3: Weight Vs Mass
 Lesson 4: Newton’s 2^{nd} Law
 Lesson 5: Newton’s 3^{rd} Law
Unit 5: Applied Forces

 Lesson 1: Hooke’s Law
 Lesson 2: Simple Machines
 Lesson 3: Forces of Friction
 Lesson 4: Applied Forces in Two Dimensions
Unit 6: Inclines and Connected Masses

 Lesson 1: Forces and inclines
 Lesson 2: Connected Masses
**Time to schedule midterm**
MODULE 3:
Unit 7: Work and Energy

 Lesson 1: Defining Work
 Lesson 2: The Work – Energy Theorem
 Lesson 3: Types of Work
Unit 8: Power and Conservation of Energy

 Lesson 1: Power
 Lesson 2: Conservation of Energy – Ideal
 Lesson 3: Conservation of Energy with Friction
Unit 9: Heat

 Lesson 1: Thermal Energy, Temperature and Heat
 Lesson 2: Heat Transfer
MODULE 4:
Unit 10: Waves

 Lesson 1: Mechanical Waves
 Lesson 2: Wave Phenomena
 Lesson 3: Wave Interference
 Lesson 4: Wave Resonance
 Lesson 5: The Doppler Effect
Unit 11: Circuitry

 Lesson 1: Current
 Lesson 2: Voltage
 Lesson 3: Ohm’s Law and Resistance
 Lesson 4: EMF and Internal Resistance
 Lesson 5: Electrical Power
ASSESSMENT

 First Assignment 5%
 Send in Assignments 40%
 Practice Assignments 5%
 Midterm 20%
 Final Exam 30%
Required Resources: a computer with internet access and headphones/speakers, a graphing or scientific calculator, ruler and protractor. As binder is recommended for notes, investigations and assignments, and should include both lined and graph paper.