## Physics 11

## Physics 11

Physics 11 is the first opportunity students have to dive deeply into our intricate and intriguing world of *energy* and *forces*! These two culprits are responsible for everything from roller coasters, parachuting, car crashes, listening to acoustic bliss from your favourite band, to enjoying steaming hot cups of coffee, warming your hands by a fire, and playing on your favourite battery-powered devices, to name only a few of the phenomena we experience in our lives every day. Well, hopefully not the crashes.

Technically, these events fall under the more scientific concepts of kinematics, dynamics, momentum, electricity, circuits and waves, etc. But more importantly, in this course, students will find themselves absorbed and inspired – through animated instructional videos and other engaging materials – by a feast of real-life applications and discoveries of these very same concepts. This course is designed to propel students on an exciting journey toward a solid and firm understanding of the fascinating physical world that exists all around them.

Physics 11 is the first opportunity students have to dive deeply into our intricate and intriguing world of *energy* and *forces*! These two culprits are responsible for everything from roller coasters, parachuting, car crashes, listening to acoustic bliss from your favourite band, to enjoying steaming hot cups of coffee, warming your hands by a fire, and playing on your favourite battery-powered devices, to name only a few of the phenomena we experience in our lives every day. Well, hopefully not the crashes.

Technically, these events fall under the more scientific concepts of kinematics, dynamics, momentum, electricity, circuits and waves, etc. But more importantly, in this course, students will find themselves absorbed and inspired – through animated instructional videos and other engaging materials – by a feast of real-life applications and discoveries of these very same concepts. This course is designed to propel students on an exciting journey toward a solid and firm understanding of the fascinating physical world that exists all around them.

## Table of Contents

Lesson 2: Introduction to Vectors

Lesson 3: Trigonometry – Review

Lesson 4: Vectors With Trigonometry

Lesson 5: Units of Measurement and Significant Figures

Lesson 6: Graphing

Lesson 2: Kinematics and Graphing

Lesson 3: Uniform Acceleration – Part I

Lesson 4: Uniform Acceleration – Part II

Lesson 5: Vectors – Part I

Lesson 6: Vectors – Part II

Lesson 2: Gravity and Springs

Lesson 3: Force Vectors

Lesson 4: Free-Body Diagrams

Lesson 5: Force Problems

Lesson 6: Supplemental

Lesson 2: Newton’s Second Law Part I

Lesson 3: Newton’s Second Law Part II

Lesson 4: Newton’s Third Law

Lesson 5: Friction Part I

Lesson 6: Friction Part II

Lesson 2: Conservation of Energy

Lesson 3: Work and Power

Lesson 4: Thermal Energy

Lesson 5: Thermal Energy Problems

Lesson 2: Electric Currents

Lesson 3: Electric Potential

Lesson 4: Resistance

Lesson 5: Ohm’s Law

Lesson 2: Kirchhoff’s Laws

Lesson 3: Circuit Analysis

Lesson 4: EMF, Internal Resistance, and Terminal Voltage

Lesson 5: Power in Electric Circuits

Lesson 6: Efficiency of a Circuit

Lesson 2: Properties of Waves

Lesson 3: Light

Lesson 4: Sound – Part I

Lesson 5: Sound – Part II

## Experience a lesson as your students would

## Course Features

- Informal and formal lab experience
- Interesting and engaging activities/labs/projects:
- Designing a rollercoaster
- Building a functional trap
- Historical moon-landing analysis
- Constructing electrical circuits
- Experimentally calculating the speed of sound
- Analyzing and Improving your energy footprint