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IB Physics: An Introduction

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Transcript of IB Physics: An Introduction

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IB Physics (HL + SL) : An Introduction
Semester 1:
SYLLABUS OUTLINE:
Core
AHL
(only one option)
Practical
A. Relativity
B. Engineering physics
C. Imaging
D. Astrophysics
Core: 15 Hrs.
Ext.: 25 Hrs.
9. Wave phenomena-
17 Hrs.
10. Fields-
11 Hrs.
11. Electromagnetic induction-
16 Hrs.
12. Quantum and nuclear physics-
16 Hrs.
1. Measurements and uncertainties-
5 Hrs.
2. Mechanics-
22 Hrs.
3. Thermal physics-
11 Hrs.
4. Waves-
15 Hrs.
5. Electricity and magnetism-
15 Hrs.
6. Circular motion and gravitation-
5 Hrs.
7. Atomic, nuclear and particle physics-
14 Hrs.
8. Energy production-
8 Hrs.
Total: 95 Hrs.
Total: 60 Hrs.
Core: 40 Hrs.
Ext. : 60 Hrs
Total Core: 150 Hrs.
Total Ext.: 240 Hrs.
Assessment Overview
Standard Level
Paper 1:
Paper 2:
Paper 3:
Internal Assessment:
10 hrs.
1 Hr.
1 Hr. 15 Min.
50 marks
45 Min.
Higher Level
Paper 1:
Paper 2:
Paper 3:
Internal Assessment:
-
10 Hrs.
1 Hr.
2 Hrs. 15 Min.
1 Hr. 15 min.
20 %
40 %
20 %
36 %
24 %
20 %
20 %
20 %
Semester 2:
Measurements and Uncertainties
Mechanics
Thermal Physics
Circular Motion and Gravitation
Waves + Wave Phenomenon*
Electricity and Magnetism + Fields* + Electromagnetic Induction*
Internal Assessment once a week
April
onwards
Year 12:
Atomic, Nuclear And Particle Physics
Energy Production
Quantum And Nuclear Physics*
Options:
A: Relativity
B: Engineering Physics
C: Imaging
D: Astrophysics
G4 Project
includes all sciences
experiment with students from other science departments
2 charts+ presentation
TOK
NOS
Nature Of Science
Theory Of Knowledge
Materials:
Memory Stick: 2 GB
Graphic calculator
Stationery : Ruler, Pencil, Eraser, Compass, Protractor, pens, highlighters,etc.
Graph Paper
Folders
Notebook for regular class
Textbook
Extended Essay- Physics
Knowledge Questions
Science consists of the theories and laws that are general truths of the nature as well as the body of knowledge they encompass.
Options
INTERNATIONAL-MINDEDNESS

THE IMPACT OF THE STUDY OF PHYSICS IS GLOBAL AND INCLUDES ENVIRONMENTAL, POLITICAL AND SOCIAL-ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS.


UTILISATION
Applications of the topic through everyday examples are described here as well as brief descriptions of related physical industries.
40 marks
95 marks
45 marks
24 marks
30 marks

30 marks
24 marks
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