Prentice Hall

Grades 11-12

Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 (SE: 9780136073024, TE: 9780130352514)

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Louisiana GLE’s for Physics II - course 150701 Grades 11-12

Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

Physics Correlation

GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Science as Inquiry - The Grade-Level Expectations (GLEs) from this strand should be interwoven with all content not just taught as a separate unit. 1. Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic (SI-H-A1)

2. Describe how investigations can be observation, description, literature survey, classification, or experimentation (SI-H-A2)

SE: 1-5 TR: IRM (Instructor’s Resource Manual) 1-4, Lab Manual Introduction; Open Ended Experiments TECH: CD 1 SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

3. Plan and record step-by-step procedures for a valid investigation, select equipment and materials, and identify variables and controls (SI-H-A2)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

4. Conduct an investigation that includes multiple trials and record, organize, and display data appropriately (SI-H-A2)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

5. Utilize mathematics, organizational tools, and graphing skills to solve problems (SI-H-A3)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

6. Use technology when appropriate to enhance laboratory investigations and presentations of findings (SI-H-A3)

SE: 7 TR: IRM 1-4 TECH: Companion Website XXIII; CD 1, 2, 3

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

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9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

7. Choose appropriate models to explain scientific knowledge or experimental results (e.g., objects, mathematical relationships, plans, schemes, examples, role-playing, computer simulations) (SI-H-A4)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

8. Give an example of how new scientific data can cause an existing scientific explanation to be supported, revised, or rejected (SI-H-A5)

SE: 510; 726-731; 754-765; 765-772; 786-789; 895-910; 914-924; 926-935; 935-942 TR: IRM 138-142; 143-148; 149-153; 167-169; 170-172 TECH: CD 2, 3

9. Write and defend a conclusion based on logical analysis of experimental data (SI-H-A6) (SI-H-A2)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

10. Given a description of an experiment, identify appropriate safety measures (SI-H-A7)

TR: Lab Manual Safety Training

11. Evaluate selected theories based on supporting scientific evidence (SI-H-B1)

SE: 352-354; 367-371; 510; 726-733; 754-765; 786-789; 895-910; 914-924; 926-935; 935-948 TR: IRM 138-142; 143-148; 149-153; 167-169; 170-172 TECH: CD 2, 3

12. Cite evidence that scientific investigations are conducted for many different reasons (SI-H-B2)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

13. Identify scientific evidence that has caused modifications in previously accepted theories (SI-H-B2)

SE: 510; 726-731; 754-765; 765-772; 895-910; 914-924; 926-935; 935-942; 786-789 TR: IRM 138-142; 143-148; 149-153; 167-169; 170-172 TECH: CD 2, 3

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

14. Cite examples of scientific advances and emerging technologies and how they affect society (e.g., MRI, DNA in forensics) (SI-H-B3)

SE: 598-599; 485-487; 718-721; 881-884; 343-345; 460463; 688-689; 80 TECH: CD 2, 3

15. Analyze the conclusion from an investigation by using data to determine its validity (SI-H-B4)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

16. Use the following rules of evidence to examine experimental results: a. Can an expert's technique or theory be tested, has it been tested, or is it simply a subjective, conclusive approach that cannot be reasonably assessed for reliability? b. Has the technique or theory been subjected to peer review and publication? c. What is the known or potential rate of error of the technique or theory when applied? d. Were standards and controls applied and maintained? e. Has the technique or theory been generally accepted in the scientific community? (SI-H-B5) (SI-H-B1) (SI-H-B4)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

Physics Correlation

GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Physical Science Measurement and Symbolic Representation 1. Measure and determine the physical quantities of an object or unknown sample using correct prefixes and metric system units (e.g., mass, charge, pressure, volume, temperature, density) (PS-H-A1)

SE: 5-6 TR: IRM: 1-4; Lab Manual Exp 2 TECH: CD 1

2. Determine and record measurements correctly using significant digits and scientific notation (PS-H-A1)

SE: 6-8 TR: IRM 1-4; Lab Manual Exp 2 TECH: CD 1

3. Determine accuracy and precision of measured data (PS-H-A1)

SE: 5-7 TR: IRM 1-4; Lab Manual Exp 2 TECH: CD 1

4. Perform dimensional analysis to verify problem set-up (PS-H-A1)

SE: 8-12; 14-15 TR: IRM 1-4 TECH: CD 1

5. Use trigonometric functions to make indirect measurements (PS-H-A1)

SE: 13 TR: IRM 1-4 TECH: CD 1

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Forces and Motion 6. Explain the role of strong nuclear forces and why they are the strongest of all forces (PS-H-E1)

SE: 838-841; 841-848; 863-875; 906-909 TR: IRM 158-169 TECH: CD 3

7. Relate gravitational force to mass and distance (PS-HE1)

SE: 117-119; 120-122 TR: IRM 24-28 TECH: CD 1

8. Compare and calculate electrostatic forces acting within and between atoms to the gravitational forces acting between atoms (PS-H-E1)

SE: 444-447 TR: IRM 81-85 TECH: CD 1, 2

9. Describe and measure motion in terms of position, displacement time, and the derived quantities of velocity and acceleration (PS-H-E2)

SE: 19-26; 26-35 TR: IRM 5-9; Lab Manual Exp 3, 5 TECH: CD 1

10. Determine constant velocity and uniform acceleration mathematically and graphically (PS-H-E2)

SE: 26-31; 31-35; 36-38; 72-77; 86-88; 90-95 TR: IRM 5-9; 16-23 Lab Manual Exp 3, 5, 7, 8 TECH: CD 1

11. Plot and interpret displacement-time and velocity-time graphs and explain how these two types of graphs are interrelated (PS-H-E2)

SE: 26-31; 31-35; 36-38 TR: IRM 5-9; Lab Manual Exp 3,5 TECH: CD 1

12. Model scalar and vector quantities (PS-H-E2)

SE: 45-46 TR: IRM 10-16; Lab Manual Exp 1 TECH: CD 1

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

13. Add and resolve vectors graphically and mathematically to determine resultant/equilibrant of concurrent force vectors (PS-H-E3)

SE: 46-53 TR: IRM 10-16; Lab Manual Exp 4 TECH: CD 1

14. Solve for missing variables in kinematic equations relating to actual situations (PS-H-E3)

SE: 27-30; 32-35 TR: IRM 5-9 TECH: CD 1

15. Calculate centripetal force and acceleration in circular motion (PS-H-E3)

SE: 106-109; 110-115; 115-116 TR: IRM 24-28 Lab Manual Exp 11 TECH: CD 1

16. Analyze circular motion to solve problems relating to angular velocity, acceleration, momentum, and torque (PS-H-E3)

SE: 194-198; 199-203; 203=206; 206-212; 227-229; 229236 TR: IRM 42-47; 47-50 CD 1

17. Analyze simple harmonic motion (PS-H-E3)

18. Demonstrate the independence of perpendicular components in projectile motion and predict the optimum angles and velocities of projectiles (PS-H-E3)

SE: 287-291; 292-296; 296-297 TR: IRM 56-62; Lab Manual Exp 12, 13 TECH: CD 1

SE: 54-55; 56-62 TR: IRM 10-15 TECH: CD 1

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

Physics Correlation

GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Energy 19. Explain quantitatively the conversion between kinetic and potential energy for objects in motion (e.g., roller coaster, pendulum) (PS-H-F1) 20. Calculate the mechanical advantage and efficiency of simple machines and explain the loss of efficiency using the dynamics of the machines (PS-H-F1)

SE: 141-144; 144-148; 149-155 TR: IRM 29-35 TECH: CD 1 SE: 89; 137-140; 228-229 TR: IRM 29-35 TECH: CD 1

21. Explain and calculate the conversion of one form of energy to another (e.g., chemical to thermal, thermal to mechanical, magnetic to electrical) (PS-H-F1)

SE: 408-414; 416-421; 592-594; 494-495; 384-385; 502505 TR: IRM 76-80; 107-113; 91-95; 72-75 Lab Manual Exp 27 TECH: CD 2

22. Analyze energy transformations using the law of conservation of energy (PS-H-F2)

SE: 150-155; 155-158 TR: IRM 29-35 TECH: CD 1

23. Apply the law of conservation of momentum to collisions in one and two dimensions, including angular momentum (PS- H-F2)

SE: 168-173; 176-179; 179-181; 213-216 TR: IRM 36-41; 42-47 Lab Manual Exp 9,10 TECH: CD 1

24. Apply the concept of momentum to actual situations with different masses and velocities (PS- H-F2)

SE: 170-173; 176-179; 179-181 TR: IRM 36-41 TECH: CD 1

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Interactions of Energy and Matter 25. Determine the relationships among amplitude, wavelength, frequency, period, and velocity in different media (PS-H-G1)

SE: 300-304; 322-334 TR: IRM 56-62; 63-67 Lab Manual Exp 18 TECH: CD 2

26. Evaluate how different media affect the properties of reflection, refraction, diffraction, polarization, and interference (PS-H-G1)

SE: 307-315; 334-337; 665-671; 673-678; 679-687 TR: IRM 56-62; 63-67; 125-132; Lab Manual Exp 19 TECH: CD 2, 3

27. Investigate and construct diagrams to illustrate the laws of reflection and refraction (PS-H-G1)

SE: 307-308; 312-313; 633-635; 635-642; 642-647; 647656; 671-673 TR: IRM 56-62; 118-124; 125-132 Lab Manual Exp 28, 29 TECH: CD 2, 3

28. Draw constructive and destructive interference patterns and explain how the principle of superposition applies to wave propagation (PS-H-G1)

SE: 308-312; 334-337; 665-666; 668-671; 673-678; 679684; 617-619 TR: IRM 56-67; 114-117; 125-132 Lab Manual Exp 31 TECH: CD 2, 3

29. Describe observed electrostatic phenomena, calculate Coulomb’s law, and test charge pole, electric field, and magnetic field (PS-H-G2)

SE: 440-443; 444-449; 450-457; 470-476; 476-478; 482485; 554-565 TR: IRM 81-90; 101-107 Lab Manual Exp 20 TECH: CD 2

30. Construct basic electric circuits and solve problems involving voltage, current, resistance, power, and energy (PS-H-G2)

SE: 493-497; 498-502; 502-509; 520-528; 528-533; 541545 TR: IRM 91-100 Lab Manual Exp 21-27 TECH: CD 2

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

31. Describe the relationship of electricity, magnetism, and inductance as aspects of a single electromagnetic force (PS-H-G2)

SE: 589-592; 600-602; 616-619 TR: IRM 107-117 TECH: CD 2

32. Compare properties of electromagnetic and mechanical waves (PS-H-G3)

SE: 619-626; 665-671; 673-684; 633-635; 642-644; 300305; 305-309; 312-314 TR: IRM 56-62; 118-132 TECH: CD 2, 3

33. Solve problems related to sound and light in different media (PS-H-G3)

SE: 322-324; 347; 642-644; 658-660 TR: IRM 63-67; 118-124 Lab Manual Exp 28 TECH: CD 2, 3

34. Compare the properties of the electromagnetic spectrum as a wave and as a particle (PS-H-G3)

SE: 615-623; 756-758; 765-768; 762-764 TR:IRM 114-117, 143-148 TECH: CD 2, 3

35. Analyze the Doppler effect of a moving wave source (PS-H-G3)

SE: 338-342; 930-933 TR: IRM 63-67; 170-172 TECH: CD 2

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Grades 11-12

Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 (SE: 9780136073024, TE: 9780130352514)

C O R R E L A T E D

T O

Louisiana GLE’s for Physics II - course 150701 Grades 11-12

Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

Physics Correlation

GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Science as Inquiry - The Grade-Level Expectations (GLEs) from this strand should be interwoven with all content not just taught as a separate unit. 1. Write a testable question or hypothesis when given a topic (SI-H-A1)

2. Describe how investigations can be observation, description, literature survey, classification, or experimentation (SI-H-A2)

SE: 1-5 TR: IRM (Instructor’s Resource Manual) 1-4, Lab Manual Introduction; Open Ended Experiments TECH: CD 1 SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

3. Plan and record step-by-step procedures for a valid investigation, select equipment and materials, and identify variables and controls (SI-H-A2)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

4. Conduct an investigation that includes multiple trials and record, organize, and display data appropriately (SI-H-A2)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

5. Utilize mathematics, organizational tools, and graphing skills to solve problems (SI-H-A3)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

6. Use technology when appropriate to enhance laboratory investigations and presentations of findings (SI-H-A3)

SE: 7 TR: IRM 1-4 TECH: Companion Website XXIII; CD 1, 2, 3

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

7. Choose appropriate models to explain scientific knowledge or experimental results (e.g., objects, mathematical relationships, plans, schemes, examples, role-playing, computer simulations) (SI-H-A4)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

8. Give an example of how new scientific data can cause an existing scientific explanation to be supported, revised, or rejected (SI-H-A5)

SE: 510; 726-731; 754-765; 765-772; 786-789; 895-910; 914-924; 926-935; 935-942 TR: IRM 138-142; 143-148; 149-153; 167-169; 170-172 TECH: CD 2, 3

9. Write and defend a conclusion based on logical analysis of experimental data (SI-H-A6) (SI-H-A2)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

10. Given a description of an experiment, identify appropriate safety measures (SI-H-A7)

TR: Lab Manual Safety Training

11. Evaluate selected theories based on supporting scientific evidence (SI-H-B1)

SE: 352-354; 367-371; 510; 726-733; 754-765; 786-789; 895-910; 914-924; 926-935; 935-948 TR: IRM 138-142; 143-148; 149-153; 167-169; 170-172 TECH: CD 2, 3

12. Cite evidence that scientific investigations are conducted for many different reasons (SI-H-B2)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

13. Identify scientific evidence that has caused modifications in previously accepted theories (SI-H-B2)

SE: 510; 726-731; 754-765; 765-772; 895-910; 914-924; 926-935; 935-942; 786-789 TR: IRM 138-142; 143-148; 149-153; 167-169; 170-172 TECH: CD 2, 3

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

14. Cite examples of scientific advances and emerging technologies and how they affect society (e.g., MRI, DNA in forensics) (SI-H-B3)

SE: 598-599; 485-487; 718-721; 881-884; 343-345; 460463; 688-689; 80 TECH: CD 2, 3

15. Analyze the conclusion from an investigation by using data to determine its validity (SI-H-B4)

TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35

16. Use the following rules of evidence to examine experimental results: a. Can an expert's technique or theory be tested, has it been tested, or is it simply a subjective, conclusive approach that cannot be reasonably assessed for reliability? b. Has the technique or theory been subjected to peer review and publication? c. What is the known or potential rate of error of the technique or theory when applied? d. Were standards and controls applied and maintained? e. Has the technique or theory been generally accepted in the scientific community? (SI-H-B5) (SI-H-B1) (SI-H-B4)

SE: Chapters 1-33 TR: Lab Manual Exp 1-35 TECH: CD 1, 2, 3

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

Physics Correlation

GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Physical Science Measurement and Symbolic Representation 1. Measure and determine the physical quantities of an object or unknown sample using correct prefixes and metric system units (e.g., mass, charge, pressure, volume, temperature, density) (PS-H-A1)

SE: 5-6 TR: IRM: 1-4; Lab Manual Exp 2 TECH: CD 1

2. Determine and record measurements correctly using significant digits and scientific notation (PS-H-A1)

SE: 6-8 TR: IRM 1-4; Lab Manual Exp 2 TECH: CD 1

3. Determine accuracy and precision of measured data (PS-H-A1)

SE: 5-7 TR: IRM 1-4; Lab Manual Exp 2 TECH: CD 1

4. Perform dimensional analysis to verify problem set-up (PS-H-A1)

SE: 8-12; 14-15 TR: IRM 1-4 TECH: CD 1

5. Use trigonometric functions to make indirect measurements (PS-H-A1)

SE: 13 TR: IRM 1-4 TECH: CD 1

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Forces and Motion 6. Explain the role of strong nuclear forces and why they are the strongest of all forces (PS-H-E1)

SE: 838-841; 841-848; 863-875; 906-909 TR: IRM 158-169 TECH: CD 3

7. Relate gravitational force to mass and distance (PS-HE1)

SE: 117-119; 120-122 TR: IRM 24-28 TECH: CD 1

8. Compare and calculate electrostatic forces acting within and between atoms to the gravitational forces acting between atoms (PS-H-E1)

SE: 444-447 TR: IRM 81-85 TECH: CD 1, 2

9. Describe and measure motion in terms of position, displacement time, and the derived quantities of velocity and acceleration (PS-H-E2)

SE: 19-26; 26-35 TR: IRM 5-9; Lab Manual Exp 3, 5 TECH: CD 1

10. Determine constant velocity and uniform acceleration mathematically and graphically (PS-H-E2)

SE: 26-31; 31-35; 36-38; 72-77; 86-88; 90-95 TR: IRM 5-9; 16-23 Lab Manual Exp 3, 5, 7, 8 TECH: CD 1

11. Plot and interpret displacement-time and velocity-time graphs and explain how these two types of graphs are interrelated (PS-H-E2)

SE: 26-31; 31-35; 36-38 TR: IRM 5-9; Lab Manual Exp 3,5 TECH: CD 1

12. Model scalar and vector quantities (PS-H-E2)

SE: 45-46 TR: IRM 10-16; Lab Manual Exp 1 TECH: CD 1

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

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GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

13. Add and resolve vectors graphically and mathematically to determine resultant/equilibrant of concurrent force vectors (PS-H-E3)

SE: 46-53 TR: IRM 10-16; Lab Manual Exp 4 TECH: CD 1

14. Solve for missing variables in kinematic equations relating to actual situations (PS-H-E3)

SE: 27-30; 32-35 TR: IRM 5-9 TECH: CD 1

15. Calculate centripetal force and acceleration in circular motion (PS-H-E3)

SE: 106-109; 110-115; 115-116 TR: IRM 24-28 Lab Manual Exp 11 TECH: CD 1

16. Analyze circular motion to solve problems relating to angular velocity, acceleration, momentum, and torque (PS-H-E3)

SE: 194-198; 199-203; 203=206; 206-212; 227-229; 229236 TR: IRM 42-47; 47-50 CD 1

17. Analyze simple harmonic motion (PS-H-E3)

18. Demonstrate the independence of perpendicular components in projectile motion and predict the optimum angles and velocities of projectiles (PS-H-E3)

SE: 287-291; 292-296; 296-297 TR: IRM 56-62; Lab Manual Exp 12, 13 TECH: CD 1

SE: 54-55; 56-62 TR: IRM 10-15 TECH: CD 1

SE = Student Edition - TE = Teacher Edition - TR = Teaching Resources - TECH = Technology

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Energy 19. Explain quantitatively the conversion between kinetic and potential energy for objects in motion (e.g., roller coaster, pendulum) (PS-H-F1) 20. Calculate the mechanical advantage and efficiency of simple machines and explain the loss of efficiency using the dynamics of the machines (PS-H-F1)

SE: 141-144; 144-148; 149-155 TR: IRM 29-35 TECH: CD 1 SE: 89; 137-140; 228-229 TR: IRM 29-35 TECH: CD 1

21. Explain and calculate the conversion of one form of energy to another (e.g., chemical to thermal, thermal to mechanical, magnetic to electrical) (PS-H-F1)

SE: 408-414; 416-421; 592-594; 494-495; 384-385; 502505 TR: IRM 76-80; 107-113; 91-95; 72-75 Lab Manual Exp 27 TECH: CD 2

22. Analyze energy transformations using the law of conservation of energy (PS-H-F2)

SE: 150-155; 155-158 TR: IRM 29-35 TECH: CD 1

23. Apply the law of conservation of momentum to collisions in one and two dimensions, including angular momentum (PS- H-F2)

SE: 168-173; 176-179; 179-181; 213-216 TR: IRM 36-41; 42-47 Lab Manual Exp 9,10 TECH: CD 1

24. Apply the concept of momentum to actual situations with different masses and velocities (PS- H-F2)

SE: 170-173; 176-179; 179-181 TR: IRM 36-41 TECH: CD 1

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

Physics Correlation

GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

Interactions of Energy and Matter 25. Determine the relationships among amplitude, wavelength, frequency, period, and velocity in different media (PS-H-G1)

SE: 300-304; 322-334 TR: IRM 56-62; 63-67 Lab Manual Exp 18 TECH: CD 2

26. Evaluate how different media affect the properties of reflection, refraction, diffraction, polarization, and interference (PS-H-G1)

SE: 307-315; 334-337; 665-671; 673-678; 679-687 TR: IRM 56-62; 63-67; 125-132; Lab Manual Exp 19 TECH: CD 2, 3

27. Investigate and construct diagrams to illustrate the laws of reflection and refraction (PS-H-G1)

SE: 307-308; 312-313; 633-635; 635-642; 642-647; 647656; 671-673 TR: IRM 56-62; 118-124; 125-132 Lab Manual Exp 28, 29 TECH: CD 2, 3

28. Draw constructive and destructive interference patterns and explain how the principle of superposition applies to wave propagation (PS-H-G1)

SE: 308-312; 334-337; 665-666; 668-671; 673-678; 679684; 617-619 TR: IRM 56-67; 114-117; 125-132 Lab Manual Exp 31 TECH: CD 2, 3

29. Describe observed electrostatic phenomena, calculate Coulomb’s law, and test charge pole, electric field, and magnetic field (PS-H-G2)

SE: 440-443; 444-449; 450-457; 470-476; 476-478; 482485; 554-565 TR: IRM 81-90; 101-107 Lab Manual Exp 20 TECH: CD 2

30. Construct basic electric circuits and solve problems involving voltage, current, resistance, power, and energy (PS-H-G2)

SE: 493-497; 498-502; 502-509; 520-528; 528-533; 541545 TR: IRM 91-100 Lab Manual Exp 21-27 TECH: CD 2

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Book Title: Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition (Giancoli) © 2009 Grade Level: 11-12 Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall

Physics Correlation

GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS

Subject/Course: Physics II - 150701 *Publishers: You may expand rows, but do not delete any. TO BE COMPLETED BY PUBLISHER

FOR COMMITTEE MEMBER USE ONLY

CORRELATION NOTATIONS

9 if the content of the text material is sufficient to allow students to adequately meet the GLE..

31. Describe the relationship of electricity, magnetism, and inductance as aspects of a single electromagnetic force (PS-H-G2)

SE: 589-592; 600-602; 616-619 TR: IRM 107-117 TECH: CD 2

32. Compare properties of electromagnetic and mechanical waves (PS-H-G3)

SE: 619-626; 665-671; 673-684; 633-635; 642-644; 300305; 305-309; 312-314 TR: IRM 56-62; 118-132 TECH: CD 2, 3

33. Solve problems related to sound and light in different media (PS-H-G3)

SE: 322-324; 347; 642-644; 658-660 TR: IRM 63-67; 118-124 Lab Manual Exp 28 TECH: CD 2, 3

34. Compare the properties of the electromagnetic spectrum as a wave and as a particle (PS-H-G3)

SE: 615-623; 756-758; 765-768; 762-764 TR:IRM 114-117, 143-148 TECH: CD 2, 3

35. Analyze the Doppler effect of a moving wave source (PS-H-G3)

SE: 338-342; 930-933 TR: IRM 63-67; 170-172 TECH: CD 2

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