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Main Textbook: Cutnell&Johnson 5th Edition

Frequently Used Resource:AP Physics Study Guide by Hugh

Henderson 2nd Edition

& Cioffari’s Experiments in College Physics 8th Ed

& Bernard and Epp Laboratory Experiments in College Physics 6th Ed

mathematical 4,9,12,13,19,22,25,26,

concepts 29,39,40,46,53,57

#1 Scalars & Vectors the Component Method

Units & Dimensional

Analysis AP Physics B Study guide

Hugh Henderson 2nd Ed

Multiple choice

Dimension 19,13,14,16,21,22,25,26,

35,41,47,51,58,61

#2 Incline

vs. time and acceleration vs.

time from a given velocity

vs. time

2006B2

AP Physics

Dimensions 1-8,13,16,17,19,21,23

Projectile Bingo Problems

Projectile Motion Lab-Bungee Jump

Acceleration

#1

Hugh Henderson 2nd Ed

Multiple choice

Newton’s Laws of 1-8,11,13,18,20,22,23,

Motion 28,32,34,35,36,37,39,46,

47,50,58,63,64,65,67,68,

69,72

with probes and uniformly

#4 Newton’s Laws of Motion accelerated

Atwood’s Machines Motion: The Atwood’s

Modified Atwood’s Machine

Machines

Elevator Problems From APB 2003 B1

Friction 1995 B3

1993 b!

1994 B2

Hugh Henderson 2nd Ed

Multiple Choice

AP Physics

Uniform Circular 1,2,3,6,8,12,13,14,15,17,18,

Motion 20,21,26,27,29,30,31,36,37,50

#5 relationships among the

Uniform circular motion variables affecting the motion

Universal law of of a rubber stopper on a string

Gravitation moving in a horizontal circle

Orbital motion

Horizontal & Vertical Vertical loop the loop lab: the

loops physics of a marble “roller

coaster”

1999 B5

2000 B1

1998 B1

Work & Energy Chapter #6 5th Ed

1,3,4,7,8,9,18,20,25,26,27,29,31

32,35,36,55,56,57,58,59,68,69,

71,72,74

Work

Energy Labs: energy of a tossed ball &

#6 Power work & energy on an incline

Conservation of Energy

Conservation of From AP 2001 B1

Mechanical energy 1992 B1

Work-Energy Theorem 2004 B1

Hugh Henderson 2nd Ed

Multiple Choice

AP Physics

Momentum 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,9,100,12,13,16,

17,18,20,25,26,32

Linear Momentum

Impulse-Momentum Lab: ballistic pendulum &

#7 Conservation of momentum conversation of momentum

in one and two dimensions in both elastic and inelastic

collisions

From AP 1996 B1

2001 B2

1990 B1

2004 C mech1

Fluid Mechanics Chapter 11 C&J 5th Ed

5,6,10,11,19,21,23,25,26,31

,33,35,38,42,50,51,53

Hydrostatics

Fluid Pressure Lab: Archimedes’ Principle

Pascal’s Principal Finding k constant of

#8 Archimedes Principle Spring using SHM &

Fluid Dynamics Then also using

Continuity Equation buoyant force method

Bernoulli’s Equation From AP 2004 B2

2003 B6

2002 B6

AP Physics

1-8

Heat

Thermal Expansion Chapter 14 C&J 5th Ed

Ideal Gas Laws & PV 1,2,5,9,10,11,28,29,33

diagrams

#9 Kinetic Theory Chapter 15 C&J 5th Ed

First Law of Thermodynamics 1-13,18-24

Second law of

Thermodynamics Lab: Electrical equivalent of

heat

From AP 2004B5

Static Electricity Chapter 18 C&J 5th Ed

1,3,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,15,23,27

Coulomb’s Law

Electric Field Chapter 19 C&J 5th Ed

Electric Potential Energy 2,4, 6, 17,23,32

Electric Potential

Capacitors

#10 Lab: Charging &discharging a

capacitor

From AP 1998B2

AP Physics

Electrical Current Chapter 20 C& J 5th Ed

2,7,24,26,39,41,44,48,51,53

Ohm’s law

Electrical resistivity,

Power & energy Lab: Build a bread board

Kirchoff’s Rules Circuit that will produce a

tone

#11

From AP 1998B4

Magnetic Fields Chapter 21 C&J 5th Ed

1,2,5,26,27,46,53,59,75

current 2,7,13,16,22,32,57,64

Magnetic Flux

Electromagnetic Induction

From AP 2004B3

#12

AP Physics

Wave Properties Chapter 16 C&J 5th Ed

4,6,8,9,13,14,34,35,82,95

Beats 1,2,3,10,24,26,29,33,49,52

Doppler effect

Velocity of a wave on a

string Lab: Standing Waves in a

Open & Closed pipes String

#13

From AP 1995B6

1998B5

2004B4

2,8,13,14,15,

16,17,19,31,43

Reflection 2,5,10,11,14,16,17

Refraction

Snell’s Law Chapter 26 C&J 5th Ed

Convex & Concave lens 2,9,11,25,41,42

Convex & Concave mirrors

Geometric optics

Interference patterns Lab: Finding Focal length

#14 Diffraction of concave mirrors &

Electromagnetic Spectrum convex lenses

From AP 2001B4

AP Physics

Atomic & Nuclear Chapter 29 5th Ed

Physics 5,8,10,15,17,23,24

Chapter 30th Ed

Photoelectric effect 8,9,11,12,39,40,41,45

Energy & linear momentum

of photon

Energy levels in an Atom

#15 DeBroglie Wavelength From AP 2004B6

Compton effect

On the next page you will find my lab syllabus. It is also alluded to in each of the above

units.

AP Physics Labs- I have a total of 19 labs infused throughout my year long

curriculum.

Of those lab acitivities 14 of them require a full lab write up with data analysis and

calculations maintained and written up in a lab journal. The other 5 lab activities

are more student directed and student driven.

The Formal labs all require one full class period of 55 minutes with the questions &

calculations to be done outside of class on their own. The lab activities allow for

more

student creative problem solving and are done in class as a group.

I consider the labs in my class to be invaluable. The labs always go hand in hand

with the topic that they are covering in class and are meant to add to the

understanding of the concepts.

Unit #1- Formal lab- Addition of Vectors. From Cioffari’s Experiments in College Phy

Unit #2- Formal lab-Uniformly Accelerated Motion –From Lab Exp in College Physics

Bernard & Epps

Unit #4-Formal lab-Newton’s Second Law Lab-Texas Instruments Labs with probeware

stoppers, a variety of masses and a centripetal force device. The students are asked to

take data to determine experimentally the factors that affect the centripetal force. They

must use data and graphs to make a case for their prediction of the formula used to

calculate the centripetal force.)

given 10 pieces of pipe insulation that they can cut open to make a “roller coaster” for a

marble. They are given a list of requirements that their “roller coaster” marble must

achieve.)

Bernard & Epps

Unit #8-Formal lab- Archimedes’ Principle-From Cioffari’s Experiments in College Phy

harmonic motion ( Each group is given a variety of springs and asked to find the spring

constant using the period of oscillation. I ask the students to choose what variables to

change and investigate.)

Experiments in College Phy

Laboratory Experiments in College Physics by Bernard & Epps

Unit #10 –Student Driven Activity-Electric Field Mapping (Students investigate using

conductive pens and conducting paper and then use a voltmeter to find and map out the

equipotential field lines around the shapes that they choose to draw.)

Unit #11- Student Driven Activity- Building a metronome on a breadboard & then

modifying it to generate different tones (Use basic circuit from Radio Shack’s book

Getting Started in Electronics and then the students can change around the values of the

capacitors & resistors to see if they can get different tones.)

Unit #14-Formal lab- Finding focal length of concave mirrors & convex lens-From

Laboratory Experiments in College Physics by Bernard & Epps

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