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1 North Carolina Standard Course of Study and Grade Level Competencies, Physics I Revised Physics PHYSICS - Grades 9-12 Strands: The strands are: Nature of Science, Science as Inquiry, Science and Technology, Science in Personal and Social Perspectives. They provide the context for teaching of the content Goals and Objectives COMPETENCY GOAL 1: The learner will develop abilities necessary to do and understand scientific inquiry. Objectives 1.01 Identify questions and problems that can be answered through scientific investigations Design and conduct scientific investigations to answer questions about the physical world. SE/TE: 1-8, 26-27, 41, 57, 73, 85, 121, 135, 149, 167, 181, 197, 211, 231, 242, 272, 338, 389, 403, , , , , 516, 530, 547, 561, 576, 593, 608, 638, 644 TR: Next-Time Questions: 1-1 website: SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389, 395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 TR: Next-Time Questions: 1-1 website: 1

2 Create testable hypotheses. SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389,395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567, 659, 691 TR: Chapter Assessments: 1-8, 26-27, 41, 57, 73, 85, 121, 135, 149, 167,181,197, 211, 231, 242, 272, 338, 389, 403, , , , , 516, 530, 547, 561, 576, 593, 608, 638, 644; Next-Time Questions: 1-1 website: Identify variables. SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389,395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567, 659, 691 TR: Chapter Assessments: 1-8, 26-27, 41, 57, 73, 85, 121, 135, 149, 167,181,197, 211, 231, 242, 272, 338, 389, 403, , , , , 516, 530, 547, 561, 576, 593, 608, 638, 644 website: Use a control or comparison group when appropriate. SE/TE: 21, 35, 61, 70, 94, 106, , 129, 141,149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, 344, 353, 357, 389, 395, 403, 425, 446, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 website: 2

3 Select and use appropriate measurement tools. SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389, 395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 website: Collect and record data. SE/TE: 21, 27, 149, 167, 289, 305, 328, 353, 389, 403, 441, 462, 479, 498, 547, 567, TR: Chapter Assessments: 1-8, 26-27, 41, 57, 73, 85, 121, 135, 149, 167,181,197, 211, 231, 242, 272, 338, 389, 403, , , , , 516, 530, 547, 561, 576, 593, 608, 638, 644 website: Organize data into charts and graphs. SE/TE: 1-8, 26-27, 41, 57, 73, 85, 121, 135, 149, 167, 181, 197, 211, 231, 242, 272, 338, 389, 403, , , , , 516, 530, 547, 561, 576, 593, 608, 638, 644, website: Analyze and interpret data. SE/TE: 26-27, 41, 57-58, 72-73, 84-85, , , , , , , , 211, 231, 242, 257, , , , , , , , , , , , , 498, 516, 530, , , 576, , 608, , 644 TR: Next-Time Questions: 1-1 website: 3

4 Communicate findings. SE/TE: 21, 27, 149, 167, 289, 305, 328, 353, 389, 403, 441, 462, 479, 498, 547, 567, TR: Chapter Assessments: 1-8, 26-27, 41, 57, 73, 85, 121, 135, 149, 167,181, 197, 211, 231, 242, 272, 338, 389, 403, , , , , 516, 530, 547, 561, 576, 593, 608, 638, 644 website: 1.03 Formulate and revise scientific explanations and models using logic and evidence to: Explain observations. SE/TE: 26-27, 41, 57-58, 72-73, 84-85, , , , , , , , 211, 231, 242, 257, , , , , , , , , , , , , 498, 516, 530, , , 576, , 608, , 644 TR: Next-Time Questions: 1-1 website: Make inferences and predictions. SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389, 395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 website: 4

5 Explain the relationship between evidence and explanation. Physics, the most fundamental of the natural sciences, is quantitative in nature and uses the language of mathematics to describe natural phenomena. Inquiry is applied to the study of matter and energy and their interaction. Learners will study natural and technological systems. The program strands and unifying concepts provide a context for teaching content and process skill goals. All goals should focus on the unifying concepts: Systems, Order and Organization SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389, 395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 Evidence, Models, and Explanation SE/TE: 26-27, 41, 57-58, 72-73, 84-85, , , , , , , , 211, 231, 242, 257, , , , , , , , , , , , , 498, 516, 530, , , 576, , 608, , 644 TR: Next -Time Questions: 1-1 TECH: Constancy, Change, and Measurement SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129,141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389,395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 website: Evolution and Equilibrium SE/TE: 5, 76, 141, 234, 310, 375, 423 TECH: Form and Function SE/TE: , TECH: 5

6 1.04 Apply safety procedures in the laboratory and in field studies: recognize and avoid potential hazards. SE/TE: 21, 35, 61, 70, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, 344, 353, 357, 389, 395, 403, 425, 446, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 safely manipulate materials and equipment needed for scientific investigations. SE/TE: 21, 35, 61, 70, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, 344, 353, 357, 389, 395, 403, 425, 446, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, Analyze reports of scientific investigations of physical phenomena from an informed scientifically literate viewpoint including considerations of: Adequacy of experimental controls. SE/TE: 21, 27, 35, 61, 70, 73, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, , 353, 357, 365, 376, 389, 395, 403, 411, 416, 425, 429, 441, 444, 446, 453, 462, 476, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 Replication of findings. SE/TE: 1-7, 21, 35, 61, 70, 94, 106, , 129, 141, 149, 155, 157, 167, 177, 204, 247, 266, 275, 280, 289, 295, 305, 309, 316, , 331, 338, 344, 353,357, 389, 395, 403, 425, 446, 479, 486, 493, 498, 513, 547, 567 Alternative interpretations of the data. SE/TE: 27, 42, 58, 73, 102, 121, 135, 167, 181, 198, 211, 231, 242, 257, 272, , 305, 324, 353, 370, 389, 403, 462, 478, 530, 547, 561, 594, COMPETENCY GOAL 2: The learner will build an understanding of linear motion. Objectives 2.01 Analyze velocity as a rate of change of position: Average velocity. SE/TE: 10-14, 25-27, TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; 6

7 Instantaneous velocity. SE/TE: 10-14, 25-27, TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; 2.02 Compare and contrast as scalar and vector quantities: Speed and velocity. SE/TE: 11-14, 25-27, TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; Distance and displacement. SE/TE: 11-14, 25-27, Linear Motion; 2.03 Analyze acceleration as rate of change in velocity. SE/TE: 15-21, TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; Overhead Transparencies: 1-3; 2.04 Using graphical and mathematical tools, design and conduct investigations of linear motion and the relationships among: Position. SE/TE: 8-27, 660 Linear Motion; 7

8 Average velocity. SE/TE: 8-27, 660 TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; Instantaneous velocity SE/TE: 8-27, 660 TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; Acceleration. SE/TE: 8-27, 660 TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; Overhead Transparencies: 1-3; Time. SE/TE: 8-27, 660 TR: Next-Time Questions: 2-1, 2-2 Linear Motion; COMPETENCY GOAL 3: The learner will build an understanding of two-dimensional motion including circular motion. Objectives 3.01 Analyze and evaluate projectile motion in a defined frame of reference. SE/TE: 33-42, TR: Next-Time Questions: 3-1, 3-2, 3-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s). 3; Vectors and Projectiles; Overhead Transparencies: 4-6; 8

9 3.02 Design and conduct investigations of twodimensional motion of objects Analyze and evaluate independence of the vector components of projectile motion Evaluate, measure, and analyze circular motion Analyze and evaluate the nature of centripetal forces. SE/TE: 22, 35, 38, 41, TR: Next-Time Questions: 3-1, 3-2, 3-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s). 3; Vectors and Projectiles; Overhead Transparencies: 4-6; SE/TE: 33-42, TR: Next-Time Questions: 3-1, 3-2, 3-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s). 3; Vectors and Projectiles; Overhead Transparencies: 4-6; SE/TE: , 674 TR: Next-Time Questions: 9-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 9; Rotation; Overhead Transparencies: 15; SE/TE: , 674 TR: Next-Time Questions: 9-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 9; Rotation; Overhead Transparencies: 15; 3.06 Investigate, evaluate and analyze the relationship among: Centripetal force. SE/TE: , 674 TR: Next-Time Questions: 9-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 9; Rotation; Overhead Transparencies: 15; 9

10 Centripetal acceleration. SE/TE: , 674 TR: Next-Time Questions: 9-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 9; Rotation; Overhead Transparencies: 15; Mass. SE/TE: , 674 TR: Next-Time Questions: 9-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 9; Rotation; Overhead Transparencies: 15; Velocity. SE/TE: , 674 TR: Next-Time Questions: 9-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 9; Rotation; Overhead Transparencies: 15; Radius. SE/TE: , 674 TR: Next-Time Questions: 9-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 9; Rotation; Overhead Transparencies: 15; COMPETENCY GOAL 4: The learner will develop an understanding of forces and Newton s Laws of Motion. Objectives 4.01 Determine that an object will continue in its state of motion unless acted upon by a net outside force (Newton's First Law of Motion, The Law of Inertia). SE/TE: 43-58, TR: Next-Time Questions: 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 4; Newton s First Law; Overhead Transparencies: 7-8; 10

11 4.02 Assess, measure and calculate the conditions required to maintain a body in a state of static equilibrium Assess, measure, and calculate the relationship among the force acting on a body, the mass of the body, and the nature of the acceleration produced (Newton's Second Law of Motion) Analyze and mathematically describe forces as interactions between bodies (Newton's Third Law of Motion) Assess the independence of the vector components of forces Investigate, measure, and analyze the nature and magnitude of frictional forces. SE/TE: 43-58, TR: Next-Time Questions: 4-1, 4-2, 4-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 4; Newton s First Law; Overhead Transparencies: 7-8; SE/TE: 49-73, TR: Next-Time Questions: 5-1, 5-2, 5-3, 5-4, 5-5, 5-6, 5-7 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 5; Newton s Second Law; Overhead Transparencies: 9; SE/TE: 74-85, TR: Next-Time Questions: 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, 6-5, 6-6 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 6; Newton s First Law; Overhead Transparencies: 10; SE/TE: 28-32, TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 5; Newton s Second Law; SE/TE: 44-45, 63-64, , 127, TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 5; Newton s Second Law; 11

12 4.07 Assess and calculate the nature and magnitude of gravitational forces (Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation). SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 12-1, 12-2, 13-1, 14-1, TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 12-14; Gravity I, Gravity II, Satellite Motion;; Overhead Transparencies: 19-25; Textbook website: COMPETENCY GOAL 5: The learner will build an understanding of impulse and momentum. Objectives 5.01 Assess the vector nature of momentum and its relation to the mass and velocity of an object Compare and contrast impulse and momentum Analyze the factors required to produce a change in momentum Analyze one-dimensional interactions between objects and recognize that the total momentum is conserved in both collision and recoil situations. SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 7-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 7; Momentum; Overhead Transparencies: 11-12; SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 7-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 7; Momentum; Overhead Transparencies: 11-12; SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 7-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 7; Momentum; Overhead Transparencies: 11-12; SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 7-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 7; Momentum; Overhead Transparencies: 11-12; 12

13 5.05 Assess real world applications of the impulse and momentum, including but not limited to, sports and transportation. SE/TE: 76, 109,163, TR: Next-Time Questions: 7-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 7; Momentum; Overhead Transparencies: 11-12; COMPETENCY GOAL 6: The learner will develop an understanding of energy as the ability to cause change. Objectives 6.01 Investigate and analyze energy storage and transfer mechanisms: Gravitational potential energy. SE/TE: , , 118, TR: Next-Time Questions: 8-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; Overhead Transparencies: 13-14; Elastic potential energy. SE/TE: 263 TR: Next-Time Questions: 8-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; Overhead Transparencies: 13-14; Thermal energy. SE/TE: , , , , , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 8-1, 21-1, 21-2, 21-3, 21-4, 40-1, 40-2 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8, 21, 40; Energy, Heat Transfer, Heat: Change of State, Fission and Fusion; Overhead Transparencies: 13-14, ; 13

14 Kinetic energy. SE/TE: , 118, 307, TR: Next-Time Questions: 8-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; Overhead Transparencies: 13-14; 6.02 Analyze, evaluate, and apply the principle of conservation of energy Analyze, evaluate, and measure the transfer of energy by a force. SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 8-1, 21-1, 21-2, 21-3, 21-4, 33-1, 33-2, 40-1, 40-2 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8, 21, 33, 40; Overhead Transparencies: 13-14, ; SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 8-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; Overhead Transparencies: Work. SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 8-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; Power. SE/TE: 105, , , TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; Overhead Transparencies: Design and conduct investigations of: Mechanical energy. SE/TE: , TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; 14

15 Power. SE/TE: 105, , , TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 8; Energy; COMPETENCY GOAL 7: The learner will develop an understanding of wave motion and the wave nature of sound and light. Objectives 7.01 Analyze, investigate, and evaluate the relationship among the characteristics of waves: Wavelength. SE/TE: , , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 25-1, 25-2 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 25-26; Vibrations and Sounds I and II; Overhead Transparencies: 52-55; Frequency. SE/TE: , , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 25-1, 25-2 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 25-26; Vibrations and Sounds I and II; Overhead Transparencies: 52-55; Period. SE/TE: , , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 25-1, 25-2 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 25-26; Vibrations and Sounds I and II; Overhead Transparencies: 52-55; 15

16 Amplitude. SE/TE: , , , , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 25-1, 25-2 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 25-26; Vibrations and Sounds I and II; Overhead Transparencies: 52-55; 7.02 Describe the behavior of waves in various media. SE/TE: , , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 25-1, 25-2 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 25, 26, 29-31; Vibrations and Sounds I and II, Reflection and Refraction; Overhead Transparencies: 52-55, 68-75; 7.03 Analyze the behavior of waves at boundaries between media: Reflection, including the Law of Reflection. SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 29-1, 29-2, TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 29; Reflection and Refraction; Refraction, including Snell s Law. SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 29-3, 29-4, 29-5, 29-6, 29-7, 29-8, 29-9 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 29; Reflection and Refraction; Overhead Transparencies: 70-73; 16

17 7.04 Analyze the relationship between the phenomena of interference and the principle of superposition Analyze the frequency and wavelength of sound produced by a moving source (the Doppler Effect). SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 25-1, 31-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 25-26, 31; Vibrations and Sounds I and II; Overhead Transparencies: 52, 54-55, 74-75; Textbook website: SE/TE: , TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 25; Vibrations and Sounds I and II; Textbook website: COMPETENCY GOAL 8: The learner will build an understanding of static electricity and direct current electrical circuits. Objectives 8.01 Analyze the nature of electrical charges. SE/TE: TR: Next-Time Questions: 32-1, 32-2, 32-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 32; Electrostatics; Overhead Transparencies: 76-77; Investigate the electrical charging of objects due to transfer of charge. SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 32-1, 32-2, 32-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 32; Electrostatics; Overhead Transparencies: 76-77; Investigate the conservation of electric charge. SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 32-1, 32-2, 32-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 32; Electrostatics; Overhead Transparencies: 76-77; 17

18 Analyze the relationship among force, charge and distance summarized in Coulomb's law Analyze and measure the relationship among potential difference, current, and resistance in a direct current circuit Analyze and measure the relationship among current, voltage, and resistance in circuits. SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 32-1, 32-2, 32-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 32; Electrostatics; Overhead Transparencies: 76-77; SE/TE: , 689 TR: Next-Time Questions: 34-1 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 34; Electric Current; Overhead Transparencies: 80; SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 35-1, 35-2, 35-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 35; Overhead Transparencies: 81-84; Textbook website: Series. SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 35-1, 35-2, 35-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 35; Overhead Transparencies: 81-84; Textbook website: Parallel. SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 35-1, 35-2, 35-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 35; Overhead Transparencies: 81-84; Textbook website: Series-parallel combinations. SE/TE: , TR: Next-Time Questions: 35-1, 35-2, 35-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 35; Overhead Transparencies: 81-84; Textbook website: 8.04 Analyze and measure the nature of power in an electrical circuit. SE/TE: , , TR: Next-Time Questions: 35-1, 35-2, 35-3 TECH: Text Works CD-ROM Chapter(s) 34-35; Electric Current; Overhead Transparencies: 81-84; Reference: 18

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