High School Physics Online
This course introduces students to the basic concepts behind Physics, the branch of science that primarily studies matter, energy, and their interactions. Using the scientific method, physicists hypothesize relationships, design experiments, and complete tests to turn those hypotheses into theories. Students learn Physics is more than numbers and equations; it is about asking how and why things work and questioning everything we see in the natural world.
Textbook: Physics Concepts - Intermediate (CK-12 )
- Discover the scope of Physics and how the interactions in the natural world can be observed and studied.
- Learn the steps in the scientific method, and how it can be applied to the discipline of Physics.
- Analyze how scientific measurement and math tools assist in the study of Physics.
- Gain an understanding of the various fields of Physics, including the study of forces, energy, light, magnetism, relativity, and more.
|Semester A||Semester B|
|1: Introduction to Physics||13: Light|
|2: Vectors||14: Geometric Optics|
|3: Motion in a Straight Line||15: Diffraction and Interference of Light|
|4: Forces||16: Static Electricity|
|5: Motion in Two Dimensions||17: Electric Fields|
|6: Universal Gravitation||18: Current Electricity|
|7: Momentum||19: Electrical Circuits|
|8: Energy||20: Magnetic Fields|
|9: Work, Power, and Simple Machines||21: Electromagnetic Induction|
|10: Thermal Energy||22: The Nucleus|
|11: The Fluid States||23: The Atom|
|12: Waves and Energy Transfer||24: Astrophysics|
A = 90-100%
B = 80-89%
C = 70-79%
D = 60-69%
F = under 59%
Final Exam ………………. 30%
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