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Basic Physics, Part Two

Join this introductory physics course designed to help non-STEM centered students understand foundational physics principles. If you would like your student to learn major concepts from a non-mathematical perspective, come to appreciate the beauty found in science, and earn a high school physics credit, then this is the course for you.

Total classes: 12

Prerequisite: Basic Physics, Part One or equivalent

Suggested grade level: 10th to 12th

Suggested credit: One full semester Physics


This is the first of a two-semester course sequence on introductory physics. In this course, physical principles involved in motion, energy, and fluids, will be demonstrated in the Classroom by use of everyday devices with an effort to set them in their historical and philosophical contexts. The overall goals are to help the student understand the major concepts of physics from a non-mathematical perspective and to appreciate the interaction of these physical principles in nature. This course is especially focused on students who are not planning on a STEM field but still desire a foundational knowledge of Physics.


Class 1: Electrostatic Phenomena / Two Tables

Class 2: Electric Circuits

Class 3: Magnets and Magnetism

Class 4: Wave Properties

Class 5: Light Waves

Class 6: Light and Image Formation

Class 7: Review for Midterm

Class 8: The Atom

Class 9: The Nucleus

Class 10: Aristotle and Atomism

Class 11: Relativity

Class 12: Final

Materials and Homework

Course materials: The Physics of Everyday Phenomena, 6th Edition by E. Thomas Griffith and Juliet W. Brosing, ISBN 978-0073513904 (https://amzn.to/38jAeRo or BookFinder.com).

Homework: Each class, students will be required to read a selection from the textbook, take a short 10 question quiz, and occasionally watch or perform a simple experiment on their own. If students are having difficulties there are extra practice problems in the book they can do to support their knowledge.

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