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Transcript of Physics 2014
A rabbit hole to discover with some light and knowledge
Car and real life examples
Car collisions and safety
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We have a strong community feel that allows students and teachers to share conversation and ideas without embarrassment or fear. Each of our teachers are dedicated workers who aim to provide students the means to achieve their potential.
The World Communicates
Electricity in the Home
Preliminary HSC course
As preliminary students you will be completing a set list of learning outcomes from the Physics syllabus. A total of 120 hours and over 100 learning outcomes to master. Outcomes will be tested through examinations, practical experiments and home research assignments.
It is a very dense topic.
Voltmeters and Ammeters
Energy and Resources
Charges, Current / Resistances
What is Physics?
Year 12 HSC
Motors and Generators
Ideas and Implementation
Option topics: Medical Physics
Quantum to Quarks
Can you see the light?
Individual and personal learning
Support in understanding Physics
School homework and assignments
Preparation for Examinations
These 4 topics need to be completed within 3 terms.
The Board of Studies allocate 8 weeks per topic, however, they take about 10 weeks (a full term). So beginning the prelim course early is the best way allow slow and steady learning progress.
Four separate topics, 30 hours each, total 120 hours
Over 100 syllabus dot points
Formal calculations and description of theory
Examinations and Assignments
Practical experiments and research tasks
We aim to provide a satisfying learning experience,
every lesson you will take home a new thought about
Physics and it's application to life. Appreciating Physics and education is a lifetime lesson.
Waves and digital signals
Speed of light and radiations
Further details into sound and light, behaviours and properties.
Method of communications
Information and technology
- CD/DVD storage
Vectors, Distances and Speed
Energies and Momentum
Electricity in the home
Electrical Circuits and Safety
History of the Solar System
Progressions and developing understandings.
From 600 B.C. to Now
Development of the Universe
Big Bang Theory
Einstein and Hubble
Birth of star and planets
Life sequence of stars
Types of stars
Black Holes, White Dwarf, Blue giants
The Sun's behaviour and effects on Earth