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Umbrella Title for set of Standards Limit 75 characters Shows on report card 1: Measurement and uncertainties 2: Mechanics 3: Thermal physics 4: Waves 5: Electricity and magnetism 6: Circular motion and gravitation 7: Atomic, nuclear and particle physics Standards Limit 75 characters Shows in grade book only Teachers may choose these for their gradebook Short Name for standards Limit 10 characters Optional -Only for teacher 1.1 – Measurements in physics 1.1 1.2 – Uncertainties and errors 1.2 1.3 – Vectors and scalars 1.3 2.1 – Motion 2.1 2.2 – Forces 2.2 2.3 – Work, energy and power 2.3 2.4 – Momentum and impulse 2.4 3.1 – Thermal concepts 3.1 3.2 – Modeling a gas 3.2 4.1 – Oscillations 4.1 4.2 – Traveling waves 4.2 4.3 – Wave characteristics 4.3 4.4 – Wave behavior 4.4 4.5 – Standing waves 4.5 5.1 – Electric fields 5.1 5.2 – Heating effect of electric currents 5.2 5.3 – Electric cells 5.3 5.4 – Magnetic effects of electric currents 5.4 6.1 – Circular motion 6.1 6.2 – Newton’s law of gravitation 6.2 7.1 – Discrete energy and radioactivity 7.1 7.2 – Nuclear reactions 7.2 7.3 – The structure of matter 7.3 Description of Umbrella Standard Limit 255 characters Shows as a pop up Uses common standards of measure and scientific notation, determines and applies uncertainties in measurements and calculations, and analyzes vector and scalar quantities. Describes motion through the kinematic equations and Newton’s three laws, solves complex problems using the generalizing principles of work, energy and power, and explores systems of interacting particles by applying momentum and impulse. Describes concepts involving the molecular theory of solids, liquids and gases and the kinetic model of an ideal gas, applies principles of specific heat capacity and latent heat to thermal transfer problems, solves state variable problems using equation of state. Describes concepts and solves problems involving oscillations, traveling waves, frequency, period, wavelength, amplitude, superposition, polarization, intensity, interference, diffraction, reflection, refraction, Snell’s law, and standing waves. Describes concepts and solves problems involving electric charge, field, force, potential energy, potential, power, circuits, and cells, and describes concepts and solves problems involving magnetic field and magnetic force. Describes concepts and solves problems involving centripetal force and acceleration, Newton’s law of gravitation, and the relationship between the two for planets or satellites in circular orbits. Describes concepts and solves problems involving discrete energy, radioactive decay, halflife, the fundamental forces, isotopes, mass defect, binding energy, fission, fusion, the standard model, particle conservation laws, and Feynman diagrams. 8.1 – Energy sources 8.1 8.2 – Thermal energy transfer 8.2 9.1 – Simple harmonic motion 9.1 9.2 – Single-slit diffraction 9.2 9.3 – Interference 9.3 9.4 – Resolution 9.4 9.5 – Doppler effect 9.5 10.1 – Describing fields 10.1 10.2 – Fields at work 10.2 11.1 – Electromagnetic induction 11.1 11.2 – Power generation and transmission 11.2 11.3 – Capacitance 11.3 12.1 – The interaction of matter with radiation 12.1 12.2 – Nuclear physics 12.2 A.1 – The beginnings of relativity A.1 A.2 – Lorentz transformations A.2 A.3 – Spacetime diagrams A.3 A.4 – Relativistic mechanics (HL only) A.4 A.5 – General relativity (HL only) A.5 B.1 – Rigid bodies and rotational dynamics B.1 B.2 – Thermodynamics B.2 B.3 – Fluids and fluid dynamics (HL only) B.3 B.4 – Forced vibrations and resonance (HL only) B.4 8: Energy production 9: Wave phenomena 10: Fields 11: Electromagnetic induction 12: Quantum and nuclear physics A: Relativity B: Engineering physics Describes concepts and solves problems involving specific energy, energy density, primary and secondary sources, renewable energy, conduction, convection, radiation, albedo, emissivity, the solar constant, the greenhouse effect and energy balance models. Extension of Topic 4. Describes concepts and solves problems involving simple harmonic motion, traveling waves, superposition, interference, diffraction, resolution, and the Doppler effect. Extension of Subtopics 5.1 and 6.2. Describes concepts and solves problems involving gravitational and electrostatic fields and potential, equipotential surfaces, potential energy and gradient, escape speed, and orbital motion. Extension of Topic 5. Describes concepts and solves problems involving emf, magnetic flux and linkage, Faraday’s induction law, Lenz’s law, ac generators, rms power, transformers, diode bridges and rectifiers, capacitance, dielectrics, and RC circuits. Extension of Topic 7. Describes concepts and solves problems involving photons, the photoelectric effect, matter waves, pair production, the Bohr model, wave functions, the uncertainty principle, tunneling, and nuclear energy levels and decay. Describes concepts and solves problems involving reference frames, absolute time and space, special relativity, velocity addition, invariance, time dilation, length contraction, muon decay, spacetime, relativistic mechanics, and general relativity. Describes concepts and solves problems involving torque, moment, rotational kinematics, dynamics, the two laws of thermodynamics, pV diagrams, efficiency, density, pressure, buoyancy, hydrostatics, hydrodynamics, natural frequency, damping, and resonance. C: Imaging D: Astrophysics IB Internal Assessment IB Group 4 Project Technical skills C.1 – Introduction to imaging C.1 C.2 – Imaging instrumentation C.2 C.3 – Fiber optics C.3 C.4 – Medical imaging (HL only) C.4 D.1 – Stellar quantities D.1 D.2 – Stellar characteristics and stellar evolution D.2 D.3 - Cosmology D.3 D.4 – Stellar processes (HL only) D.4 D.5 – Further cosmology (HL only) D.5 IA Personal Engagement: Engages in exploration by making it personal. IA Exploration: Establishes scientific context & focused research. IA Analysis: Selects, records, processes, and interprets relevant data. IA Evaluation: Evaluates an investigation and its results effectively. IA Communication: Presents and reports investigation results effectively. Group 4 project: Completes an interdisciplinary investigation or project. IA-PE Lab Safety: Demonstrates proper, effective and safe lab practices. Lab-T Communicate Topical Area: Communicates effectively in topical area. Com-T IA-EX IA-AN IA-EV IA-CO IB-Gp4 Describes concepts and solves problems involving lenses, ray diagrams, images, magnification, aberrations, microscopes, telescopes, fiber optics, attenuation, and X-ray, ultrasound, and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging. Describes concepts and solves problems involving stars, parallax, luminosity, spectra, stellar evolution, Chandrasekhar limits, the Big Bang model, microwave background, Hubble’s law, redshift, Jean’s criterion, fusion, galaxies, dark matter, dark energy. Engages in an exploration, establishes a scientific context with a focused research question, gathers, selects, records, processes and interprets relevant data, evaluates the investigation, and effectively presents and reports the results. Collaborates on an interdisciplinary topic or problem focused on process. Demonstrates appropriate research, experimental, and personal skills necessary to carry out insightful and ethical investigations. Demonstrates effective communications in the topical area in various mediums, including spoken, written, technical, conceptual, and shared presentations.