PLANNED INSTRUCTION (COURSE) ESTIMATED TIME: ADVANCED PLACEMENT PHYSICS C 90 days (PART II: ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM) CONTENT STANDARD(S) PERFORMANCE STANDARDS ASSESSMENT AND SCORING OBJECTIVES (COURSE CONTENT AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES) GUIDE(S) OF CONTENT STANDARD(S) Unifying Themes 3.1-A: Identify, Unit A: ELECTROSTATICS All laboratory experiments will be used explain, discriminate among, and apply 1. Charge, field, and potential as assessments. the concepts of systems, subsystems, 2. Coulomb’s law and field and potential of point feedback and control in solving charges The student will successfully solve all technological problems. 3. Fields and potentials of other charge distributions electricity and magnetism problems Unifying Themes 3.1-B: Describe and a. Planar with 85% accuracy. apply concepts of models as a method b. Spherical symmetry to predict and understand science and c. Cylindrical symmetry technology. 4. Gauss’s law Unifying Themes 3.1-E: Identify, State the Law of Conservation of Charge. describe , and evaluate patterns of Define Coulomb’s Law. change in natural, physical, and Compare and contrast force fields. manmade systems. Observe effects of static electricity by using such Inquiry and Design 3.2-A: Identify, instruments as the electroscope and the Van de Graaf explain, apply, and evaluate the nature generator. of scientific and technological Solve Coulomb’s Law problems. knowledge. Unit B: CONDUCTORS, CAPACITORS, Inquiry and Design 3.2-B: Apply DIELECTRICS process knowledge and organize 1. Electrostatics with conductors scientific and technological phenomena 2. Capacitors in varied ways. 3. Parallel plate Evaluate experimental information for 4. Spherical and cylindrical appropriateness and adherence to 5. Dielectrics relevant science processes. Inquiry and Design 3.2-C: Identify, Unit C: ELECTRIC CIRCUITS explain, and apply the elements of 1. Current, voltage, resistance, power scientific inquiry to solve problems, 2. Steady-state direct current circuits with batteries including multi-step problems. and resistors only Inquiry and Design 3.2-D: Identify, 3. Capacitors in circuits explain, apply, and evaluate the a. Steady state technological design process to solve b. Transients in RC circutis problems. Define potential difference, current, and resistance. Physical Science, Chemistry, and State Ohm’s Law and Joule’s Law. Physics 3.4-A: Construct simple circuits. Describe, explain, and apply concepts Solve circuit problems using Ohm’s Law and Joule’s about the structure and properties of Law. matter. Physical Science, Chemistry, and Unit D: MAGNETOSTATICS Physics 3.4-B: 1. Forces on moving charges in magnetic fields Identify, relate, apply, and analyze 2. Forces on current-carrying wires in magnetic fields energy sources and conversions. 3. Fields of long current-carrying wires Physical Science, Chemistry, and 4. Biot-Savart and Ampere’s Laws Physics 3.4-C: Describe, explain, distinguish among, Recognize the relationship between electricity and and apply the principles of force and magnetism. motion. Identify the practical applications of electricity and Earth Science 3.5-B: Identify, describe, magnetism. explain, and analyze the availability, Demonstrate techniques for the separation of charge in location, and extraction, and uses of batteries earth resources. Unit E: ELECTROMAGNETISM Earth Science 3.5-C: Identify, describe, 1. Electromagnetic induction (including Faraday’s and interpret, and analyze meteorological Lenz’s Laws) data and atmospherc energy transfers. 2. Inductance (including LR and LC circuits) 3. Maxwell’s equations The student will recognize the relationship between electricity and magnetism. The student will state the Law of Electromagnetic Induction. The student will identify the practical applications of electricity and magnetism. Demonstrate techniques for the separation of charge in generators.