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Physics 2 syllabus

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C o l l e g e o f I n f o r m a t i o n a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n Te c h o l o g y

VISION

We envision a God fearing, well rounded, committed and responsive students capable of leading and

transforming their community into a progressive society.

MISSION

BOTOLAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE shall endeavor to explore avenues and opportunities in molding and

empowering students by providing relevant and quality education.

COURSE TITLE: Physics 2

CREDIT UNITS: 3 UNITS

DEPARTMENT / PROGRAM: CCIT/ BSIT

PRE-REQUISITE: -

INSTRUCTOR: BRYAN DEXTER D. MAYO

SEMESTER AND SCHOOL YEAR: 2nd Semester, S.Y. 2016-2017

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course provides students with an introductory experience in the concepts and methods of physical

analysis beyond mechanics, including thermodynamics, optics, electricity, magnetism, the technologically revealing

electromagnetic phenomena and modern physics. The course completes the collection of studied physical

phenomena, using the same conceptual approach and basic algebraic techniques for solving problems and

understanding the natural order in a formalized manner.

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:

Thinking Critically

Students will be able to apply the basic concepts of introductory mechanical, wave, and quantum physics to

solve problems.

Students will be able to create various representations of problems – word descriptions, diagrammatic

descriptions, graphical representations and equations. Given one of these the student will be able to construct

the others.

Students will develop the capacity for critical thinking, reasoning, and analyzing.

Understanding Contexts

Students will be able to give examples of how theoretical models of physical phenomena change over time in

response to new data.

Students will be able to select an appropriate model to use to solve a problem based on the context of the

situation and the limitations of the model.

Reflecting and Acting

In the process of problem solving students will reflect on whether the model they have applied is appropriate

to the context

After solving a problem, students will reflect on whether the numerical answer is reasonable

Students will make connections between academic knowledge and real-world problems.

Students will reflect on their own learning strategies for the course and make appropriate changes if they are

not being successful.

Engaging with Other Learners

Students will demonstrate basic communication skills as they work with in groups to solve problems.

Students will demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively.

Students will consider the perspectives of others in a group and will modify viewpoints based on interaction

with other learners.

Students will work with others from a diverse background (culturally, socially, or economically) in a way

that is respectful and effective.

Students will actively contribute to the group’s goal, as defined by the project’s objectives.

GRADING SYSTEM

PRELIM GRADE MIDTERM GRADE FINAL GRADE

Class Standing=40% Class Standing=40% Class Standing=40%

Project=20% Project=20% Project=20%

PRELIM Exam=40% Midterm Exam=40% Final Exam=40%

TOTAL=100% TOTAL=100% TOTAL=100%

SEMESTRAL GRADE=( PRELIM GRADE*.30)+( MIDTERM GRADE*.30)+ (FINAL GRADE*.40)

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C o l l e g e o f I n f o r m a t i o n a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n Te c h o l o g y

1. You are expected to respect and value yourself, your school environment and the diversity of the BCC.

2. You are expected to contribute to classes and work cooperatively whenever the situation requires.

3. You are expected to come to class prepared and you are responsible for all missing work.

4. Bullying of any kind is not permitted in this classroom.

5. You are expected to show work for all home works, class works, projects, tests and quizzes.

6. You are to be in your assigned seat when the class starts. Otherwise you are late.

7. You are expected not to talk while I am speaking or interrupt while other people are speaking.

8. There will be no getting out of your seat or speaking without permission. If you want to speak or get off your

seat during class, raise your hand and wait to be recognized.

9. There will be no leaving the room except for emergencies, which should not occur often.

10. No eating inside the classroom.

11. Electronic gadgets are not allowed unless permitted by teacher and set your phone into silent mode.

12. Clean your mess.

COURSE OUTLINE

LEARNING OUTCOME 1:

1.Students will understand the Vibrations & Waves concept.

2.Students will understand the relationship between Induced Vibrations & Waves.

3.Use and understand the function of Vibrations & Waves.

4.Demonstrate understanding of the behavior of oscillating systems and wave motion.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 1 - Week 2

Vibrations & Waves

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

REFERENCES:

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. Scientific calculator

2. PowerPoint presentation

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LEARNING OUTCOME 2:

1.Students will understand the characteristics of Sound.

2.Students will understand the interference of Sound waves.

3.Students will understand the difference between Sounds and Noise

TIMEFRAME:

Week 3

Sound

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

REFERENCES:

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. PowerPoint presentation

2. Scientific Calculator

LEARNING OUTCOME 3:

1.Students will understand the Law of thermodynamics.

2.Students will develop effective written and oral communication skills, especially the ability to transmit complex

technical information in a clear and concise manner.

3.Students will develop the capacity for critical thinking, reasoning, and analyzing.

4.Students will develop competent mathematical skills.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 4 – Week 5

The Laws of Thermodynamics

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

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C o l l e g e o f I n f o r m a t i o n a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n Te c h o l o g y

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

REFERENCES:

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. PowerPoint presentation

2. Scientific Calculator

LEARNING OUTCOME 4:

1. Students will become familiar with basic electric phenomena.

2. Students will understand the Electric Currents concept.

3. Students will understand polarization and the attraction between neutral and charged objects.

4. Use and understand the function of Electric Forces & Electric Fields.

5. Students will understand the Electric Potential Energy & Potential Difference.

6. Students will understand the relation between Electric Potential and Electric field.

7. Students will understand and use Coulomb’s law for point charges.

8. Utilize tools such as simple circuit diagram, basic electrical symbol, and equations to represent functional

relationships and explain their meaning.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 7 – Week 9

Electric Forces & Electric Fields

Electric Potential

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

REFERENCES:

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

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EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. Scientific calculator

2. PowerPoint presentation

3. Electrical symbols visual aids

LEARNING OUTCOME 5:

1. Students will understand the Electric Currents concept.

2. Use and understand Ohms Law.

3. Students will understand Alternating Current.

4.Students will develop competent mathematical skills.

5. Utilize tools such as simple circuit diagram, basic electronics symbol, and equations to represent functional

relationships and explain their meaning.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 10 – Week 11

Electric Currents

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. Scientific calculator

2. PowerPoint presentation

3. Electrical/Electronic symbols visual aids

4. Multi-tester (Analog/Digital)

LEARNING OUTCOME 6:

1. Students will understand the Direct Current Circuits concept.

2. Students will understand the difference between Direct Current Circuits and Alternating Current.

3. Use and understand the function of Direct Current Circuits.

4. Students will understand the Resistors in series and in parallel.

5.Students will develop competent mathematical skills.

6. Utilize tools such as simple circuit diagram, basic electronics symbol, and equations to represent functional

relationships and explain their meaning.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 12 - Week 13

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Direct Current Circuits

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. Scientific calculator

2. PowerPoint presentation

3. Electrical/Electronic symbols visual aids

4. Multi-tester (Analog/Digital)

LEARNING OUTCOME 7:

1.Students will understand the Magnet and Magnetic fields concept.

2.Use and understand the function of Magnetism.

3.Students will understand the force on an Electric Current in a Magnetic Field.

4.Students will understand the force between two parallel lines.

5.Students will understand and apply Amperes Law.

6.Students will develop the capacity for critical thinking, reasoning, and analyzing.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 13

Magnetism

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

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B o t o l a n C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e

C o l l e g e o f I n f o r m a t i o n a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n Te c h o l o g y

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

REFERENCES:

5. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

6. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

7. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

8. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

5. Scientific calculator

6. PowerPoint presentation

7. Electrical/Electronic symbols visual aids

8. Multi-tester (Analog/Digital)

LEARNING OUTCOME 8:

1.Students will understand the Induced Voltage and Inductance concept.

2.Students will understand and apply the Faraday’s Law of Induction.

3.Use and understand basic applications of electromagnetic induction to technology.

4.Students will understand how the movement of a conductor through a magnetic field leads to a motional EMF.

5.Students will develop competent mathematical skills.

6.Utilize tools such as simple circuit diagram, basic electronics symbol, and equations to represent functional

relationships and explain their meaning.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 14

Electromagnetic Induction and Faradays Law.

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. Scientific calculator

2. PowerPoint presentation

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4. Multi-tester (Analog/Digital)

LEARNING OUTCOME 9:

1.Students will understand the production of Electromagnetic waves.

2.Students will understand wireless communication.

3.Students will understand how induced electric and magnetic fields lead to electromagnetic waves

4.Apply the wave model to the electromagnetic spectrum.

5.Students will understand the properties of different types of electromagnetic waves.

6.Students will be able to give examples of how theoretical models of physical phenomena change

over time in response to new data.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 15 - Week 16

Electromagnetic Waves

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. Scientific calculator

2. PowerPoint presentation

3. Electrical/Electronic symbols visual aids

1. Students will understand the Ray Model of Light.

2. Students will understand the Reflection & Refraction of Light concept.

3.Students will understand Snell’s Law.

4.Students will be familiar with Lenses.

5. Students will develop the capacity for critical thinking, reasoning, and analyzing.

6. Students will be able to give examples of how theoretical models of physical phenomena change over time in

response to new data.

TIMEFRAME:

Week 17 – Week 18

Lights: Optics

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B o t o l a n C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e

C o l l e g e o f I n f o r m a t i o n a n d C o m m u n i c a t i o n Te c h o l o g y

1. Assignment/Homework:

Homework should be completed and all steps/solutions should be shown neatly on separate paper.

NO LATE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED (unless approved by the teacher for

extenuating circumstances).

2. The Daily Challenge/Seat Work/Board Work/Recitation

Student should participate in all works. A tally of the earned points will be posted weekly.

3. Using mnemonics, such as the mnemonic for remembering computational order.

4. Direct Instruction and Strategy Instruction

5. Lecture, discussion and lots of sample computations.

6. Reviewing to clear up confusion

7. Cognitive strategies (include how to read, visualize, estimate, and compute)

1. Quiz/Periodical Test

Quizzes and Tests will be given throughout each chapter of the textbook.

Students will have plenty of advanced notice before these occur. A periodical exam will also be given to all

Algebra students.

1. College Physics, 9th Edition (Brooks/Cole).

2. College Physics, 9th Edition by Serway & Vuille

3. Physics, 6th Edition by Giancoli

4. Physics Volume two by Giambattista and Richardson

EQUIPMENT USED/TECHNOLOGY:

1. Scientific calculator

2. PowerPoint presentation

1.Students will understand the difference between Light rays and light waves.

2. Students will be understand Diffraction

3. Students will be familiar with LCD.

4. Students will develop the capacity for critical thinking, reasoning, and analyzing.

Prepared by:

Instructor

Approved by:

Maryjane Dizon

PC, CICT

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