Physics Stage 2

The topics for Stage 2 Physics are:

CONTENTS


Topic 1: Motion and Relativity

Subtopic 1.1: Projectile Motion Overview

Subtopic 1.1: Projectile Motion Questions

Subtopic 1.2: Forces and Momentum Overview

Subtopic 1.2: Forces and Momentum Questions

Subtopic 1.3: Circular Motion and Gravitation Overview

Subtopic 1.3: Circular Motion and Gravitation Questions

Subtopic 1.4: Relativity Overview

Subtopic 1.4: Relativity Questions

1.1 Projectile Motion 

1.2 Forces and Momentum

1.3 Circular Motion and Gravitation 

1.4 Relativity 

Topic 2 : Electricity and Magnetism

Subtopic 2.1: Electric Fields Overview

Subtopic 2.1: Electric Fields Questions

Subtopic 2.2: Motion of Charged Particles in Electric Fields Overview

Subtopic 2.2: Motion of Charged Particles in Electric Fields Questions

Subtopic 2.3: Magnetic Fields Overview

Subtopic 2.4: Motion of Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields Overview

Subtopic 2.3 and 2.4: Magnetic Fields and Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields Questions

Subtopic 2.5: Electromagnetic Induction Overview

Subtopic 2.5: Electromagnetic Induction Questions 1

2.5 Electromagnetic Induction

Topic 3: Light and Atoms

Subtopic 3.1: Wave Behaviour of Light Overview

Subtopic 3.1: Wave Behaviour of Light Questions

Subtopic 3.2: Wave-particle Duality Overview

Subtopic 3.2: Wave-particle Duality Questions

Subtopic 3.3: Structure of the Atom Overview

Subtopic 3.3: Structure of the Atom Questions

Subtopic 3.4: The Standard Model Overview

Subtopic 3.4: The Standard Model Questions


Topic 1: Motion and Relativity

Subtopic 1.1: Projectile Motion Solutions Subtopic

Subtopic 1.2: Forces and Momentum

Subtopic 1.2: Forces and Momentum Solutions 

Subtopic 1.3: Circular Motion and Gravitation

Subtopic 1.3: Circular Motion and Gravitation Solutions

Subtopic 1.4: Relativity. 

Subtopic 1.4: Relativity Solutions

Topic 2 : Electricity and Magnetism

Subtopic 2.1: Electric Fields 

Subtopic 2.1: Electric Fields Solutions 

Subtopic 2.2: Motion of charged particles in electric fields

Subtopic 2.2: Motion of charged particles in electric fields Solutions 

Subtopic 2.3: Magnetic fields 

Subtopic 2.3: Magnetic fields Solutions 

Subtopic 2.4: Motion of charged particles in magnetic fields 

Subtopic 2.4: Motion of charged particles in magnetic fields Solutions. 

The Cyclotron

The Cyclotron Solutions 

Subtopic 2.5: Electromagnetic Induction 

Subtopic 2.5: Electromagnetic Induction Solutions

Topic 3: Light and Atoms

Subtopic 3.1: Wave behaviour of light

Subtopic 3.1: Wave behaviour of light Solutions

Subtopic 3.2: Wave-particle duality

Subtopic 3.2: Wave-particle duality Solutions 

Subtopic 3.3: Structure of the atom.

Subtopic 3.3: Structure of the atom Solutions. 

Subtopic 3.4: The Standard Model 

Subtopic 3.4: The Standard Model Solutions 

Topic 1: Motion and Relativity

Topic 2: Electricity and Magnetism

Topic 3: Light and Atoms

Who is this course for?

Students interested in the fundamental processes in nature. The study of Physics provides an understanding of the processes which determine the behaviour of systems from the very small (atoms and nuclei) to the very large (the solar system and the universe).

What will I learn?

You will:

1. apply science inquiry skills to design and conduct physics investigations, using appropriate procedures and safe, ethical working practices

2. obtain, record, represent, analyse, and interpret the results of physics investigations

3. evaluate procedures and results and analyse evidence to formulate and justify conclusions

4. develop and apply knowledge and understanding of physics concepts in new and familiar contexts

5. explore and understand science as a human endeavour

6. communicate knowledge and understanding of physics concepts, using appropriate terms, conventions, and representations

Topics

The three strands of science to be integrated throughout student learning are:

  • science inquiry skills
  • science as a human endeavour
  • science understanding

How will I be assessed?

You will demonstrate evidence of your learning assessed as Stage 2 through the following assessment types:

  • at least three Skills and Application Tasks – 40%
  • at least two practical investigations and one investigation with a focus on science as a human endeavour. – 30%
  • two-hour external examination – 30%
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