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Recorded HS
Physics, Part One

Learn about the world around you and spark curiosity with the physics of Motion and Momentum, Newton’s Laws & Gravitation, Work, Energy, and & Power, and develop your critical thinking and problem-solving skills in this engaging and dynamic Physics course.

Total classes: 14

Prerequisite: Algebra I (Geometry is recommended)

Suggested grade level: 9th to 12th

Suggested credit: 1 full semester

This is the first course in a two-course series in introductory Physics concepts. Students electing Physics (Part 1) should also register for Physics (Part 2). The textbook title of “conceptual” means we will not rely too much on mathematical calculations. Instead, we will stick to concepts and major ideas. Students will view pre-recorded online lessons and have live instruction once a week. Topics covered will include:

Scientific Methods and Foundations
1-Dimensional Kinematics
Vectors and Projectiles
Newton’s Laws of Motion
Universal Gravitation
Momentum and Collisions
Work, Energy and Power

The goal of the course is to investigate Physics concepts without the need for advanced algebra or calculus. Students will build on their natural intuition—and break some commonly held misconceptions. Students will learn how the cosmos that God created works and apply the laws of physics to everyday examples in their lives. Students will learn that “physics is phun!”

In order to ensure student success, students will be expected to read ahead in the textbook, interact with online resources, complete weekly homework assignments, and take weekly quizzes and tests. There are four Unit Tests.

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