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4C Physics. Welcome. About Me. Ms. Rosebery studied astronomy and physics at UofT, and is married to a physics professor at Mac and has four kids. About Me. This semester I am teaching: Grade 11 University Physics (SPH3U) Grade 10 Science Academic (SNC2D) This class

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4C Physics

Welcome


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About Me

Ms. Rosebery

studied astronomy and physics at UofT, and

is married to a physics professor at Mac and has four kids.


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About Me

This semester I am teaching:

  • Grade 11 University Physics (SPH3U)

  • Grade 10 Science Academic (SNC2D)

  • This class

    I have 4th lunch and am available in the morning after 8 am and in the afternoon until 3:30 pm.


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About You

Please complete the Student Information Sheet with your:

  • Name

  • Markbook code name (a made-up name I can use when posting marks; it cannot be rude or the name of anyone in this class)

  • Home phone number


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About You

Please also add your parent(s)/guardian(s):

  • Name(s)

    and

  • Email address(es)

  • Work/cell phone number(s)

    if you know them. If you don’t, I can look them up.


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About You

Please also indicate if you have:

  • any allergies or medical concerns

  • an IEP

    I should be getting the paperwork from administration/guidance, but sometimes it goes missing. Let me know if I should be expecting it.


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About You

Please also let me know:

  • if you took 2D (Academic) or 2P (Applied)

  • what mark you got in Grade 10 Science

  • who your Grade 10 Science teacher was

  • which other Senior Science courses you’ve taken

    (if any)


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About You

Please also let me know:

  • if you took 2D (Academic) or 2P (Applied)

  • what mark you got in Grade 10 Science

  • who your Grade 10 Science teacher was

  • which other Senior Science courses you’ve taken

    (if any)

  • what college programs interest you


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Why Physics

Physics is the science of matter and energy and their interactions, i.e. how things work.


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Why Physics

Since people trained in figuring out how things work have analytical problem-solving skills that can be applied to many fields, people with training in physics are highly valued in the job market.


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Why Physics

Since people trained in figuring out how things work have analytical problem-solving skills that can be applied to many fields, people with training in physics are highly valued in the job market.

For the full list, go here:

http://www.payscale.com/best-colleges/degrees.asp


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Why Physics

Physics is also the foundation of the natural sciences.


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Why Physics

Physics is also the foundation of the natural sciences.


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Why Physics

Lastly – and most importantly – physics can be fun.


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What Physics: Course Strands

  • Motion and its Applications

  • Mechanical Systems

  • Energy Transformations

  • Electricity and Magnetism

  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems


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Motion and its Applications: Big Ideas

• All motion involves a change in the position of an object over time.

• Motion can be described using mathematical relationships.

• Many technologies that utilize the principles of motion have societal and environmental implications.


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Mechanical Systems: Big Ideas

• Mechanical systems use force to do work.

• The operation of mechanical systems can be described using mathematical relationships.

• Friction is a force that influences the design, use, and effectiveness of mechanical systems.

• Mechanical systems can be used to address social and environmental challenges.


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Energy Transformations: Big Ideas

• Energy can be transformed from one type to another.

• Systems that involve energy transformations are never 100% efficient.

• Although technological applications that involve energy transformations can affect society and the environment in positive ways, they can also have negative effects, and therefore must be used responsibly.


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Electricity and Magnetism: Big Ideas

• Relationships between electricity and magnetism are predictable.

• Electricity and magnetism have many technological applications.

• Technological applications that use electricity and magnetism can affect society and the environment in positive and negative ways.


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Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems: Big Ideas

• Fluids under pressure can be used to do work.

• Fluids under pressure have predictable properties and many technological applications.

• The uses of hydraulic and pneumatic systems can have social and economic consequences.


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How Physics

Assessment and Evaluation:

Overall Mark Breakdown:

  • Term Mark 70%

  • Culminating Task 10%

  • Final Exam 20%


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How Physics

Term Mark (70%):

  • Tests/Quizzes 30%

  • Labs/Assignments40%


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How Physics

Mark Updates:

Marks will be posted (under your Markbook code name) on a regular basis (usually after unit tests and before mark reports).


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How Physics

Missed Assignments:

All assignments must be submitted before solutions are posted and/or marked papers are returned. This can be as soon as the day after the assignment is due. Assignments submitted after the due date but before this cut-off will be marked at the teacher’s convenience. A mark of No Mark will be assigned until then.


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How Physics

Missed Assignments:

If you do not submit a given assignment before solutions are posted and/or marked papers are returned, you must consult with the teacher about possible alternative assignments that must be completed separately and on your own time. A mark of Zero will be assigned until the alternative assignment is complete (at which point it becomes a No Mark until it can be marked).


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General Policies

Missed Tests:

Make-up tests will be written outside class time on either the first day the student returns to school or at a time convenient to the teacher. The make-up test may not be identical to the original test but will be similar in structure and content.


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A Warning

Since Physics is a cumulative subject

(each unit builds upon the last),

you really do not want to fallbehind!


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How Physics

  • Textbook: Physics 12: College Preparation

    Please write your name in your textbook!!!!!


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How Physics

  • Website:

    http://schools.hwdsb.on.ca/highland/businesshighland/science/ms-t-rosebery-physics-4c/


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Our Website

And if you miss anything, all PowerPoint notes and all handouts are available as clickable links.


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Bring your CREPP!

Finally, bring your CREPP to class:


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Bring your CREPP!

Finally, bring your CREPP to class:

  • a Calculator (scientific, not a phone or iPod)


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Bring your CREPP!

Finally, bring your CREPP to class:

  • a Calculator (scientific, not a phone or iPod)

  • a Ruler


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Bring your CREPP!

Finally, bring your CREPP to class:

  • a Calculator (scientific, not a phone or iPod)

  • a Ruler

  • an Eraser


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Bring your CREPP!

Finally, bring your CREPP to class:

  • a Calculator (scientific, not a phone or iPod)

  • a Ruler

  • an Eraser

  • a Pencil (colouredpencils are useful too)

  • Paper (lined and graph, in a notebook)

    You do not need to bring your textbook unless I have specifically asked you to.


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