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As a means of further developing a Mindfulness for your learning, at the beginning of the learning plan complete a calendar to schedule the tasks. At a minimum the calendar should be updated upon completion of tasks.

Students may use a clean formula sheet on tests and exam. 

Holt Physics

Online text help:
    Username: AvantiPhysic  password: physics

Science EALRs and Standards 9-12:
1. EALR 1 Systems (SYS) Core Content: Predictability and Feedback; SYSA ~ SYSD   
2. EALR 2: Inquiry (INQ) Core Content: Conducting Analyses and Thinking Logically; INQA ~ INQH
3. EALR 3: Application (APP) Core Content: Science, Technology, and Society; APPA ~ APPF
4. EALR 4: Physical Science Big Idea: Force and Motion (PS1) Core Content: Newton’s Laws; PS1A ~ PS1E
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Learning Requirements:
1. Regularly attend classes/appointments with instructor.
2. Each week record up to nine hours outside of class time for this learning plan.
3. Participate in the activities in the best, safest manner and complete the weekly assignments to be determined by the teacher.
4. Online Textbook: http://my.hrw.com  Username: AvantiPhysic password: physics
    It is recommended that students view Additional Resources, and take the Interactive Practice Quiz. 
5. Proficiency:   Credit will be awarded for an overall average of 80% for general assignments.             

Semester 1 Physics, Kinematics & Dynamics

Semester 2 Circular motion, Vibrations, Sound, & Light
  • Chapter 7 Circular Motion
    • 7.1 Prob A CENTRIPETAL ACCELERATION
    • 7.1 Prob B 
    • 7.1 Concept Review 
    • 7.2 Prob C GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
    • 7.2 Concept Review
    • 7.3 Problem D PERIOD AND SPEED OF AN ORBITING OBJECT
    • 7.3 Concept Review
    • 7.4 Problem E TORQUE
    • 7.4 Concept Review
    • 7 Mixed Review
  • Chapter 11
    • 11.1 Problem A HOOKE'S LAW
    • 11.1 Concept Review Simple Harmonic Motion
    • 11.2 Problem B SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION OF A SIMPLE PENDULUM
    • 11.2 Problem C SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION OF A MASS-SPRING SYSTEM
    • 11.2 Concept Review
    • 11.3 Problem D SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION OF A SIMPLE PENDUL0UM
    • 11.3 Concept Review Properties of Waves
    • 11.4 ws
    • 11.4 Graph Skills Wave Interactions
    • 11 Mixed Review
  • Chapter 12
    • 12.1 Concept Review Sound Waves
    • 12.1 Sound Waves WS
    • 12.2 Problem A INTENSITY OF SOUND WAVES
    • 12.2 Concept Review Sound Intensity and Resonance
    • 12.3 Problem B HARMONICS
    • 12.3 Diagram Skills Harmonics
    • 12 Mixed Review
  • Chapter 13
    • 13.1 Problem A ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
    • 13.1 Concept Review Characteristics of Light
    • 13.1 Light and Reflection Section WS
    • 13.2 Diagram Skills Flat Mirrors
    • 13.2 Light and Reflection Section Quiz: Flat Mirrors
    • 13.3 Problem B IMAGING WITH CONCAVE MIRRORS
    • 13.3 Problem C CONVEX MIRRORS
    • 13.3 Diagram Skills Curved Mirrors
    • 13.4 Concept Review Color and Polarization
    • 13.4 Light and Reflection Section Quiz: Color and Polarization
    • 13 Mixed Review
  • Chapter 14
    • 14.1 Problem A SNELL'S LAW
    • 14.1 Concept Review Refraction
    • 14.2 Problem B LENSES
    • 14.2 Diagram Skills Thin Lenses
    • 14.3 Problem C CRITICAL ANGLE
    • 14.3 Concept Rev
    • Mixed Review 14
  • Chapter 15
    • 15.1 Problem A INTERFERENCE AND DIFFRACTION
    • 15.1 Concept Review Interference
    • 15.2 Problem B DIFFRACTION GRATINGS
    • 15.2 Concept Review Diffraction
    • 15.3 Concept Review Interference & Diffraction
    • 15.3 Concept Review Lasers
    • 15.3 Lasers WS
    • 15.4 Mixed Rev
  • Semester II Exam
Notebook/Reflection
  • Your Notebook should have:
  • ...your Learning Plan
  • ...an updated Calendar
  • ...a collection of your notes from each chapter & section 
  • ...practice problems 
  • You also complete a "Reflection of the Learning Plan" form Reflection form
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