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Unit 9 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Fields
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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Unit 9 Summative Assessment (2)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Fields
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Demonstrate mastery of the material in this unit in a APstyle common test
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session
ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign online problems with correction / resubmit option * Summative  Test MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* PG Website HOMEWORK: * Online problems
* Study for test NOTES: Review period after general practice sessions, followed by test.
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Unit 6B Summative Assessment (2)
UNIT: AP2 Waves and Optics
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Demonstrate mastery of the material in this unit in a APstyle common test
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session
ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign online problems with correction / resubmit option * Summative  Test MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* PG Website HOMEWORK: * Online problems
* Study for test NOTES: Review period after general practice sessions, followed by test.
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Unit 9 Summative Assessment (2)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Fields
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Demonstrate mastery of the material in this unit in a APstyle common test
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session
ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign online problems with correction / resubmit option * Summative  Test MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* PG Website HOMEWORK: * Online problems
* Study for test NOTES: Review period after general practice sessions, followed by test.

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Unit 9 Summative Assessment (2)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Fields
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Demonstrate mastery of the material in this unit in a APstyle common test
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session
ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign online problems with correction / resubmit option * Summative  Test MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* PG Website HOMEWORK: * Online problems
* Study for test NOTES: Review period after general practice sessions, followed by test.
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Unit 6B Summative Assessment (2)
UNIT: AP2 Waves and Optics
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Demonstrate mastery of the material in this unit in a APstyle common test
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session
ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign online problems with correction / resubmit option * Summative  Test MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* PG Website HOMEWORK: * Online problems
* Study for test NOTES: Review period after general practice sessions, followed by test.
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Unit 9 Summative Assessment (2)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Fields
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Demonstrate mastery of the material in this unit in a APstyle common test
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session
ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign online problems with correction / resubmit option * Summative  Test MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* PG Website HOMEWORK: * Online problems
* Study for test NOTES: Review period after general practice sessions, followed by test.

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Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.
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Special Relativity (2)
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Describe inertial reference frames, Galilean transformations, and the invariability of the speed of light in all reference frames
* Describe the impact of the invariability of the speed of light in terms of simultaneity of events, time dilation, and length contraction * Answer basic conceptual questions related to special relativity ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method * Use of video clip(s) ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Representative AP Problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 27.127.7
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This is for notes.
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Special Relativity (2)
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Describe inertial reference frames, Galilean transformations, and the invariability of the speed of light in all reference frames
* Describe the impact of the invariability of the speed of light in terms of simultaneity of events, time dilation, and length contraction * Answer basic conceptual questions related to special relativity ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method * Use of video clip(s) ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Representative AP Problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 27.127.7
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This is for notes.
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Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.

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Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.
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Black Body Radiation: The Case for Photons
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Define a black body as one that absorbs and emits but does not reflect EM radiation, and recognize that the behavior of most surfaces approximates that of black bodies
* Recognize that random motion of atoms at the surface of the black body, as vibrating charged particles, are the source of EM emissions from black bodies * Recognize that black body radiation consists of a broad spectrum of frequencies, and that the peak frequency is inversely related to the temperature of the surface * Describe the "ultraviolet catastrophe," that classical physics predicts ever increasing intensity of radiation from black bodies with increasing frequency of the radiation * Recognize that Max Planck's concept of photons  quantization of EM radiation  solves the problem and allows for accurate prediction of the distribution of frequencies of radiation from black bodies ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Use of video clip(s) ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Video HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 25.7
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Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.

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Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.
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Photoelectric Effect, and the Particle Nature of EMR (Photons)
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Describe the photoelectric effect, and explain the result in terms of conservation of energy and the quantum nature of electron energy levels in atoms
* Use stopping potential and work function to perform calculations related to the photoelectric effect * Recognize that the photoelectric effect reveals the quantum nature of EMR, as described by the equation E=hf ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method * Use of video clip(s) ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session.
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance. * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment. MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Video * Representative AP Problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Sections 28.2 and 28.3
* Post  Representative problems from textbook per7
Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.
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FullLength MC Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.

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Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.
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FullLength MC Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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Matter Waves, and the Quantization of Energy
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Describe the wave nature of matter qualitatively and quantitatively, most especially as reflected in the energy levels of electrons in orbit around the nucleus
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method * Use of video clip(s) ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Video HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Sections 28.428.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook per8
Faraday's Law and Induced Current and Electric Fields (4)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 4 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * State and explain in words Faraday's law of induction
* Apply Faraday's law of induction to compute motional emf in simple systems (a bar moving through a magnetic field in translation, or rotation) * State Lenz's law, and apply Lenz's law in determining the direction of induced current in simple systems * Determine the electric field induced by a changing magnetic field for simple systems * Explain qualitatively the operation of generators, motors, and the formation of eddy currents in solid conductor ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students * Spiral using PCAs and application in future lessons ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 31.1  31.6
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read all of chapter 31 prior to the start of teaching.
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SelfInductance (3)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Recognize selfinductance as the emf produced in coils in circuits with varying currents, and distinguish source emf from induced emf
* Derive and apply the expression for the selfinductance of a long solenoid * Apply Kirchhoff’s rules to a simple LR series circuit to obtain a differential equation for the current as a function of time, solve the differential for the circuit current as a function of time using separation of variables * Calculate the initial transient currents and final steady state currents through any part of a simple series and parallel circuit containing an inductor and one or more resistors, and sketch graphs of the current through or voltage across the resistors or inductor in these circuits * Calculate the rate of change of current in the inductor in these circuits as a function of time * Calculate the energy stored in an inductor that has a steady current flowing through it ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 32.1  32.3
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read sections 32.1 to 32.3 prior to the start of teaching.
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The Uncertainty Principle, and Implications of Quantum Theory
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Describe the uncertainty principle qualitatively and through use of the position and momentum formula, and recognize the impact of quantum theory through such examples as tunneling and waveparticle duality
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Sections 28.728.8
* Post  Representative problems from textbook per8
SelfInductance (3)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Recognize selfinductance as the emf produced in coils in circuits with varying currents, and distinguish source emf from induced emf
* Derive and apply the expression for the selfinductance of a long solenoid * Apply Kirchhoff’s rules to a simple LR series circuit to obtain a differential equation for the current as a function of time, solve the differential for the circuit current as a function of time using separation of variables * Calculate the initial transient currents and final steady state currents through any part of a simple series and parallel circuit containing an inductor and one or more resistors, and sketch graphs of the current through or voltage across the resistors or inductor in these circuits * Calculate the rate of change of current in the inductor in these circuits as a function of time * Calculate the energy stored in an inductor that has a steady current flowing through it ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 32.1  32.3
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read sections 32.1 to 32.3 prior to the start of teaching.

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FullLength FR Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength Multiple Choice Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength Multiple Choice Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength FR Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.

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SelfInductance (3)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Recognize selfinductance as the emf produced in coils in circuits with varying currents, and distinguish source emf from induced emf
* Derive and apply the expression for the selfinductance of a long solenoid * Apply Kirchhoff’s rules to a simple LR series circuit to obtain a differential equation for the current as a function of time, solve the differential for the circuit current as a function of time using separation of variables * Calculate the initial transient currents and final steady state currents through any part of a simple series and parallel circuit containing an inductor and one or more resistors, and sketch graphs of the current through or voltage across the resistors or inductor in these circuits * Calculate the rate of change of current in the inductor in these circuits as a function of time * Calculate the energy stored in an inductor that has a steady current flowing through it ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 32.1  32.3
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read sections 32.1 to 32.3 prior to the start of teaching.
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Unit 7 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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SelfInductance (3)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Recognize selfinductance as the emf produced in coils in circuits with varying currents, and distinguish source emf from induced emf
* Derive and apply the expression for the selfinductance of a long solenoid * Apply Kirchhoff’s rules to a simple LR series circuit to obtain a differential equation for the current as a function of time, solve the differential for the circuit current as a function of time using separation of variables * Calculate the initial transient currents and final steady state currents through any part of a simple series and parallel circuit containing an inductor and one or more resistors, and sketch graphs of the current through or voltage across the resistors or inductor in these circuits * Calculate the rate of change of current in the inductor in these circuits as a function of time * Calculate the energy stored in an inductor that has a steady current flowing through it ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 32.1  32.3
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read sections 32.1 to 32.3 prior to the start of teaching.

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SelfInductance (3)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Recognize selfinductance as the emf produced in coils in circuits with varying currents, and distinguish source emf from induced emf
* Derive and apply the expression for the selfinductance of a long solenoid * Apply Kirchhoff’s rules to a simple LR series circuit to obtain a differential equation for the current as a function of time, solve the differential for the circuit current as a function of time using separation of variables * Calculate the initial transient currents and final steady state currents through any part of a simple series and parallel circuit containing an inductor and one or more resistors, and sketch graphs of the current through or voltage across the resistors or inductor in these circuits * Calculate the rate of change of current in the inductor in these circuits as a function of time * Calculate the energy stored in an inductor that has a steady current flowing through it ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 32.1  32.3
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read sections 32.1 to 32.3 prior to the start of teaching.
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FullLength Free Response Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength Free Response Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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SelfInductance (3)
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Recognize selfinductance as the emf produced in coils in circuits with varying currents, and distinguish source emf from induced emf
* Derive and apply the expression for the selfinductance of a long solenoid * Apply Kirchhoff’s rules to a simple LR series circuit to obtain a differential equation for the current as a function of time, solve the differential for the circuit current as a function of time using separation of variables * Calculate the initial transient currents and final steady state currents through any part of a simple series and parallel circuit containing an inductor and one or more resistors, and sketch graphs of the current through or voltage across the resistors or inductor in these circuits * Calculate the rate of change of current in the inductor in these circuits as a function of time * Calculate the energy stored in an inductor that has a steady current flowing through it ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Board presentation to document / post problems solved * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Demonstration(s) * Class discussion with inquiry method * Citation of applications meaningful to students ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * Lab equipment for demonstrations
* ActivBoard and chalkboard * Representative AP problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Section 32.1  32.3
* Post  Representative problems from textbook NOTES: This expansive list of objectives is grouped into the same lesson plan due to the desire to adapt the order of covering concepts to the needs of students and the school schedule. Students should read sections 32.1 to 32.3 prior to the start of teaching.

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Unit 10 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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Spectroscopy, Atoms and the Bohr Model
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Describe spectroscopy as a means of studying electron energy levels
* Describe early experiments on atomic nuclei as a means of revealing the structure of the nucleus * Describe the nature of discreet energy levels within atoms ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Representative AP Problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Sections 29.129.4
* Post  Representative problems from textbook per8
Unit 10 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

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Unit 10 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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Hydrogen Atom Details, Multielectron Atoms, Excited States, Spectra, and Lasers
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Describe the source of discreet energy levels within atoms, using the hydrogen atom as a (relatively) simple example, and explain the Pauli exclusion principle
* Extend the aforementioned to describe (qualitatively) energy levels within multielectron atoms, resulting spectra, and the production of light in a laser ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Representative AP Problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Sections 29.529.9
* Post  Representative problems from textbook per7
FullLength MC Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength FR Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.

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FullLength MC Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength FR Practice Exam  E & M
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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Nuclear Structure and Stability
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Define atomic number, atomic mass, and binding energy
* Explain (qualitatively) the relative stability of various atomic nuclei ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Representative AP Problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Sections 30.1 and 30.2
* Post  Representative problems from textbook per8
Unit 10 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Magnetic Induction
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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Nuclear Change: Radiation, Radioactivity, Decay, and HalfLives
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Explain nuclear decay in terms of nuclear forces, and describe the outcome of decay in the emission of particles and highenergy photons in terms of conservation of charge and energy
* Solve problems using E=mc^2 related to nuclear decay to determine missing mass and the resultant kinetic energy of emitted charged particles and photons ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Board presentation with notes and examples
* Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic) * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need assistance * Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment MATERIALS: * ActivBoard and chalkboard
* Representative AP Problems HOMEWORK: * Pre  Read / Outline Sections 30.330.5
* Post  Representative problems from textbook per8
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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FullLength Multiple Choice Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength Multiple Choice Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 2 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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Unit 7 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

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Unit 7 General Practice Session
UNIT: AP2 Modern Physics
DURATION: As needed period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully answer questions and solve problems based on the material covered in this unit
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
* Assign preclass problem(s) on next day after practice / reflection homework assignment * Call on students at random or with emphasis on students who may need MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems * PG Website HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
* Related online problems NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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FullLength MC Practice Exam  Mechanics
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength FR Practice Exam  Mechanics
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.

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FullLength MC Practice Exam  Mechanics
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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FullLength FR Practice Exam  Mechanics
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: 1 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

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AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
per5
FullLength Free Response Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
per6
FullLength Free Response Practice Exam (2)
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: 3 period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Answer authentic advanced placement multiplechoice questions, and formulate a study strategy to remediate based on incorrect answers
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * Multiple representations (graphical and algebraic)
* Use of easy / medium / difficult questions * Class discussion with inquiry method ASSESSMENT: * Practice test
MATERIALS: * Practice test
HOMEWORK: * Study areas of weakness based on item analysis of practice test
NOTES: Two periods to take exam. Go over exam as part of review.
per8
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

30 per4
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
per5
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
per8
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

1 per4
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
per6
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP2 Review for AP Exam
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
per7
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.
per8
AP Exam General Practice Session
UNIT: AP C Review for AP Exams
STANDARDS: click to view
DURATION: As available period(s)
OBJECTIVES: The student will be able to * Successfully solve problems based on the material covered in this course
ACTIVITIES / PROCEDURES: * ActivInspire / PowerPoint presentation with notes and examples
* ActivInspire to document / post problems solved * Oneonone teacher / student instruction during practice session * Peer teaching / collaboration during practice session ASSESSMENT: * Monitor proficiency during practice session
MATERIALS: * ActivBoard & chalkboard
* Worksheets with sample AP problems HOMEWORK: * Continue with problem set from class
NOTES: Use book, board and / or worksheet problems, allowing students to finish for homework if necessary. Preclass may consist of important, challenging problems.

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