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Heinemann Physics 11 4e
Teaching program
Suggested teaching program for Unit 1:
What ideas explain the physical world?
(Suggested time: 17 teaching weeks)
6 weeks:
How can thermal effects be explained?
7 weeks:
How do electric circuits work?
4 weeks:
What is matter and how is it formed?
Web destinations
The following general physics web destinations cover a large number of physics concepts and provide opportunities for the display of interactive
items on an interactive whiteboard in the classroom.
• The Physics Classroom
• Walter Fendt java applets on physics
• General physics java applets by Surendranath
• PhET simulations
• Physlets
For students looking for extra support:
• Vicphysics
• Khan Academy instructional videos.
For students looking for extension:
• The Physics Classroom
• S-cool.
A note on suggested experiments and demonstrations
Many schools and experienced teachers will have developed a range of experiments or demonstrations for previous courses that would be easily
adapted to fit the new course structure and outcomes. The suggestions are a guide as to what could also be used to enhance student learning. A
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quick search for physics experiments on the Internet will also yield a range of easily adaptable options.
The teacher notes, safety notes, and lab technician’s checklist and recipes are organised by unit in the online ProductLink support.
Area of study 1: How can thermal effects be explained?
On completion of this unit the student should be able to apply thermodynamic principles to analyse, interpret and
explain changes in thermal energy in selected contexts, and describe the environmental impact of human activities with
reference to thermal effects and climate-science concepts.
Outcome 1
Week
number
Student Book
chapter and
module
Key ideas:
Concepts covered in class
1
1.1
Heat and
temperature
1.2
Specific heat
capacity
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Introduce VCE units 1 and 2.
WE 1.1.1
Outline assessments and expectations.
1.1 KQ 1–10
Kinetic particle model—solids, liquids,
gases, plasma
Internal energy and temperature
Measuring temperature—Celsius,
Fahrenheit, kelvin scales
Zeroth and first laws of thermodynamics
(Suggested
WS 1:
demonstration:
Thermodynamics
Kinetic particle model
apparatus)
PhET simulation
(Suggested
demonstration:
Types of thermometers)
PA 1: The
kinetic particle
model
Energy and temperature changes
Specific heat capacity
Specific heat capacity calculations
(Suggested experiment: WS 2:
Heat equal amounts of Temperature
water and cooking oil) scales
WS 3: Thermal
equilibrium
WE 1.2.1
WE 1.2.2
1.2 KQ 1–10
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Week
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module
Key ideas:
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demonstrations from
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2
1.3
Latent heat
Energy and state change
Interpreting heating curves
Latent heat—fusion, vaporisation
Latent heat calculations
Cooling by evaporation
WE 1.3.1
WE 1.3.2
1.3 KQ 1–9
Experiment 1.3.1 Latent WS 5: Specific heat PA 2: Latent
heat of fusion (melting) capacity
heat of fusion
1.4
Conduction
Conductors and insulators
Thermal transfer
Thermal conductivity
1.4 KQ 1–8
(Suggested experiment:
Heat conduction
apparatus—four
different metals)
1.5
Convection
What is convection?
Heat transfer by convection
1.5 KQ 1–6
(Suggested
demonstration:
Uneven heating of a
beaker of water)
3
1.6
Radiation
What is radiation? Emission/absorption
of radiant energy
1.6 KQ 1–7
Chapter review
1–17
Experiment 1.6.1
Transfer of energy
Experiment 1.6.2
Insulation investigation
3
2.1
Heating by
radiation
Electromagnetic spectrum
Wien’s law calculations
Stefan–Boltzmann equation
WE 2.1.1
WE 2.1.2
WE 2.1.3
WS 4:
Electromagnetic
radiation
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PA 3: Solar
heating
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number
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module
Key ideas:
Concepts covered in class
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the Student
demonstrations from
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WE 2.1.4
2.1 KQ 1–9
4
2.2
The greenhouse effect
The enhanced
The enhanced greenhouse effect
greenhouse effect Factors affecting the enhanced
greenhouse effect
2.2 KQ 1–7
5
2.3
Scientific
modelling: The
enhanced
greenhouse effect
The scientific method
Reliability and uncertainty in data
Interpreting trends in data—looking for
evidence
2.3 KQ 1–5
6
2.4
Issues related to
thermodynamics
Passive solar housing design
Heating and cooling
Fuels—transport/industry/etc.
Energy use in homes
2.4 KQ 1–6
Chapter review
1–19
6
Chapter 1–2
Area of study 1 review
RQ 1–50
PhET simulation: The
greenhouse effect
WS 6: Climate in
the balance—the
role of oceans
and air in climate
control
WS 7: The
enhanced
greenhouse effect
Evaluation and analysis
2.4.1 Research topics
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PA 4: Insulation
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Area of study 2: How do electric circuits work?
On completion of this unit the student should be able to investigate and apply a basic DC circuit model to simple batteryoperated devices and household electrical systems, apply mathematical models to analyse circuits, and describe the safe
and effective use of electricity by individuals and the community.
Outcome 2
Week
number
Student Book
chapter and
module
Key ideas:
Concepts covered in class
1
3.1
Charge carriers
Behaviour of
Measuring charge
charged particles Static charge effects and evidence
Electrical conductors and insulators
WE 3.1.1
WE 3.1.2
3.1 KQ 1–4
(Suggested experiment: WS 8 Introducing
Effects of balloon on
electricity
hair or woollen jumper)
(Suggested
demonstration: Van de
Graaff generator)
PhET simulation:
Balloons and static
electricity
2
3.2
Electric current
and circuits
WE 3.2.1
3.2 KQ 1–10
Experiment 3.1.1
WS 12: Water
Connecting circuits
circuit
Experiment 3.1.2 Using
an ammeter
Electric circuit basics—symbols and
diagrams
Definition of electric current—
conventional versus electron movement
I
Calculating current:
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Measuring current
3
3.3
Electrical potential energy
Energy in electric Energy transformations
circuits
Definition of potential difference
Calculation of potential difference:
V
WE 3.3.1
WE 3.3.2
WE 3.3.3
3.3 KQ 1–8
Experiment 3.2.1 Using
a voltmeter
PhET simulation:
Battery voltage
(Suggested experiment:
V and I measurements
for different
components, with
power calculation—
especially useful with
different light globes
for visual ‘evidence’)
WE 3.4.1
WE 3.4.2
WE 3.4.3
WE 3.4.4
WE 3.4.5
3.4 KQ 1–9
Chapter review
1–30
Evaluation and analysis WS 9: Heating and
3.4.2 Data analysis:
power loss in
Unknown electrical
electric circuits
devices
(Suggested experiment:
I–V characteristics for a
known resistor and a
light globe, with use of
E
Q
Work and power calculations
3
3.4
Resistance
What is resistance?
Ohm’s law
Using I–V graphs
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PA 5:
Connecting
circuits
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a multimeter to obtain
direct resistance
measurements)
PhET simulation:
Resistance in a wire
PhET simulation:
Battery– resistor circuit
4
4.1
Series and
parallel circuits
Resistors in series
Series circuit construction
Equivalent resistance calculations for
series circuits
WE 4.1.1
WE 4.1.2
WE 4.1.3
4.1 KQ 1–2
Experiment 3.4.1 Series WS 10: Series and
circuits
parallel
PhET simulation: Circuit
construction kit (DC
only; AC versions could
be useful for extending
student knowledge)
5
4.1
Series and
parallel circuits
Resistors in parallel
Parallel circuit construction
Equivalent resistance calculations for
parallel circuits
Electrical power calculations
WE 4.1.4
WE 4.1.5
WE 4.1.6
4.1 KQ 3–9
Experiment 3.4.3
Resistance in a
combination circuit
Experiment 3.4.4
Parallel circuits
PA 6:
Resistance and
temperature
WS 11: Resistance PA 7: Ohmic
is variable—Ohm’s and non-ohmic
law
conductors
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PA 8: Series
and parallel
circuits
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6
4.2
Using electricity
Voltage dividers
Transducers—potentiometers,
thermistors, light-dependent resistors
(LDRs)
Diodes and LEDs
WE 4.2.1
WE 4.2.2
WE 4.2.3
WE 4.2.4
WE 4.2.5
4.2 KQ 1–7
Experiment 4.1.1
Resistance and
temperature
(Suggested experiment:
The resistance of an
LDR under varying light
conditions)
7
4.3
Electrical safety
Basic household circuits
Energy calculations in kWh
Safety—fuses, circuit breakers, earth
wires, double insulation, residual current
devices (RCDs)
WE 4.3.1
4.3 KQ 1–10
Chapter review
1–20
(Suggested
demonstration: Fuse,
safety switch, RCD
operation)
7
Chapter 3–4
Area of study 2 review
RQ 1–50
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WS 13: Household
circuits
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Area of study 3: What is matter and how is it formed?
On completion of this unit the student should be able explain the origins of atoms, the nature of subatomic particles
and how energy can be produced by atoms.
Outcome 3
Week
number
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chapter and module Concepts covered in class
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the Student
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5.1
Measurements in
the universe
Measurements in the universe
Red shift and Hubble’s law
WE 5.1.1
5.1 KQ 1–10
5.2
The big bang
The big bang theory
Evidence for the big bang
Creation of matter, galaxies and stars
5.2 KQ 1–9
5.3
Particles of the
Standard Model
The Standard Model of particle physics 5.3 KQ 1–8
Fermions, quarks, leptons and gauge
Chapter review
bosons
1–18
Matter and antimatter
2
6.1
Atoms and isotopes
Atoms, isotopes and Radioisotopes
radioisotopes
WE 6.1.1
6.1 KQ 1–10
WS 19: The big bang
PhET simulation:
States of matter
WS 14: The
properties of matter
PhET simulation:
Isotopes and atomic
mass
WS 18: Deep inside
the atom
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(Suggested
demonstration: Geiger
counter)
2
6.2
Radioactivity
Alpha, beta-minus, beta-plus and
gamma decay
Stability of nuclei
WE 6.2.1
6.2 KQ 1–10
Experiment 6.2.1 An
analogue experiment
of radioactive decay
PhET simulation: Alpha
decay PhET simulation:
Beta decay
Evaluation and analysis
6.2.2 Research topics
6.3
Properties of alpha,
beta and gamma
radiation
Properties and uses of alpha particles
Properties and uses of beta particles
Properties and uses of gamma
radiation
6.3 KQ 1–10
Demonstration 6.3.1
The diffusion cloud
chamber (if available)
(Suggested
demonstration: Alpha,
beta and gamma
transmission through
different materials)
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PA 9:
Detecting
radiation
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6.4
Half-life and decay
series
WE 6.4.1
3
4
Half-life
Simple half-life calculations
Decay curves
Decay series
6.4 KQ 1–10
Chapter review
1–20
7.1
Nuclear fission and
energy
Nuclear fission
Neutron release
Energy release and the electronvolt
(eV)
WE 7.1.1
7.1 KQ 1–8
7.2
Nuclear fusion
Nuclear fusion
Binding energy
7.2 KQ 1–10
7.3
Electromagnetic
waves and
Electromagnetic waves/spectrum
The synchrotron
Synchrotron ‘light’
7.3 KQ 1–10
(Suggested
experiment: Decay
simulation using
M&Ms or simulator)
PhET simulation:
Radioactive dating
game
WS 15: Half-life in
radioactive decay
PA 10: An
analogue
experiment of
radioactive
decay
PA 11:
Determining
the half-life of
an isotope
PhET simulation:
WS 16: Nuclear
Nuclear fission
energy
Evaluation and analysis
7.1.1 Data analysis:
Critical mass
WS 17: Fission
versus fusion
(Suggested excursion:
The Australian
synchrotron)
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synchrotron
radiation
7
PhET simulation:
Blackbody spectrum
7.4
The production of
light
Emission spectra
Energy levels in atoms
Energy-level diagrams
WE 7.4.1
7.4 KQ 1–10
Chapter review
1–21
Chapter 5–7
Area of study 3 review
RQ 1–46
(Suggested
experiment:
Observation of
emission spectra for
various discharge
lamps)
PhET simulation: Neon
lights and other
discharge lamps
WS 20: Scientific
terminology of
elements and
matter
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