In Physics A, you will learn about the “basics” of physics: how to describe and analyze motion, how forces interact with matter, and how to further describe these interactions with the aid of the concepts of energy and momentum. Finally, you’ll explore one more specialized topic, thermodynamics, the physics of heat.
|Course Title (District):
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|Course Provider :
||Clintondale Community Schools
|Content Provided By :
||My Virtual Academy
|Online Instructor Provided By :
||Clintondale Community Schools
|Standards Addressed :
||Michigan Merit Curriculum, Common Core State Standards
|Academic Terms :
||Accelerated, Open Entry / Open Exit, Semester, Trimester
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|Subject Area :
||Life and Physical Sciences
|Course Identifier :
|Course Level :
||High School (Secondary)
|Available Credit :
||1 of 2
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At the end of this course students will be able to:
Accurately describe and analyze motion along a linear path in mathematical terms,
including distance, velocity, and acceleration.
Mathematically describe and analyze motion along a curved path, using vectors as a
mathematical tool in this process.
Explore and apply the laws of dynamics, relating forces and motion.
Use the concepts of energy, work, and momentum to analyze complex physical
situations, including situations in which two or more bodies interact with each other.
Observe, analyze, and predict effects of periodic motion, including such everyday
motions as a child swinging back and forth on a swing, an object bobbing up and
down on a spring, or a planet traveling in an orbit around a star.
Explore and understand the relationship between temperature, heat, and energy,
and understand the ways in which heat can be transferred from one body to another.
Unit 1: Kinematics 1
Unit 2: Kinematics 2
Unit 3: Dynamics
Unit 4: Energy and Momentum
Unit 5: Periodic Motion
Unit 6: Thermodynamics
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