This week we are working on speed and displacement.
Teacher: Mrs. Jessica Allen Email: Jessica.Allen@chisd.net
Overview of Course:
The purpose of Physics is to provide students with a rigorous study of how the world works around us. Physics is a science that deals with matter and energy and their interactions through forces that result in changes in motion.
- 3-ring, binder; lined paper
- Composition notebook
- Blue or black pens, pencils
- Computer and online access
- earphone for computer
- Various around the house objects
Students are expected to come to class prepared with all materials and work that is due that day. Students who are absent from class and/or lab are responsible for making up the covered material and the assignment given.
To ensure a good learning environment for all students, proper behavior is expected at all times. This includes respect for others, as well as, respect for property.
To be decided on the first week of class
***Be an active learner and listener—stay focused and involved in classroom activities—
Your overall grade will be broken down and weighted as follows:
“Weekly Review” Assignments
“Weekly Review” assignments are set up to encourage all students to review the material learned in class. All incorrect responses MUST be corrected to receive credit for the grade earned. If corrections are not submitted, students will receive a zero for that assignment. Students are given one week to complete each assignment. The lowest “weekly assignment” score during a marking period will be dropped.
Tests and Topics to be covered:
- Measuring and Math
- Uniform Circular Motion/Gravitation
- Wave Phenomena
- Current Electricity/Circuits
- Modern Physics
Parents are welcome to contact me if they have any questions.
This syllabus is not a legally binding contract. It is subject to changes in the future as we adapt to the coming school year. I look forward to seeing you in class. Let’s have a great year Longhorns!