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### IBDP Physics Unit Planner

 IB Physics HL/SL Important links and Units Plans IBDP Physics(HL/SL) Course OutlineIBDP Physics Data bookletIBDP Physics Books:IBDP Physics Chris Hamper SLIBDP Physics Chris Hamper HLIA Resources:IB Physics Topic wise QuestionsPhysics SL Topical Physics Notes:Experiments for IB Students:

 Topic 1 (Measurements and Uncertainties) Topic 1.1 - Measurement in Physics S.No. Contents in Class Home Works 1. Introduction to Physics.Two major fields of Physics- Classical Physics- Quantum PhysicsTalk about Physicists Watch a documentaryKnow 15 different Physicists 2. Physical Quantities- Base Quantities (SI units)- Derived QuantitiesHomogeneity of Equations(Dimensional Analysis)Prefixes, Abbreviation and Multiplying factors Memorize SI units Memorize Prefixes, Abbreviation and Multiplying factors 3. What is Measurement?How do we use Vernier calipers?- Least count- Vernier scale- Vernier constant (How to find?)How do we use a Micrometer screw gauge?- Least count- Circular Scale- Micrometer constant ( How to find?) Formative: Topic 1.2 - Uncertainties and Error Propagations. 1 Definition Of ErrorTypes of Error - Systematic Error - Random ErrorPrecision and AccuracyRules for Propagation of Errors Formative: Topic 1.3 - Vectors and Scalars

 Topic 2 (Mechanics) Topic 2.1 - Motion S.No. Contents in Class Assignments KinematicsDefine Displacement, Speed, Velocity, accelerationGraphical AnalysisDisplacement vs time graph- Slope represents velocityVelocity vs time graph- Slope represents acceleration-Area under the graph represents displacement.Discuss SUVAT Equations.Derive SUVAT Equations using graphical AnalysisProjectile MotionDescribe Projectile Motions with examplesUnderstand Projectile motions terminologiesFinding the Range and Maximum height of the projectile motionFinding the velocities of the objects in projectile motion at any given height and finding the angle of the velocity relative to the ground. Formative: Topic 2.2 - Forces S.No. Contents in Class Assignments - Newton’s Law of Motion- Concept of Mass (In relation to inertia)- Concept of Weight (As a force due to gravity)- Free body diagrams with some examples- Addition of Forces, Finding net/ Resultant forces- Forces in Equilibrium- Normal Reaction Forces   - Case 1 (No external forces)   - Case 2 (External opposing forces to weight by providing tension in string)   - Case 3 (External force in the direction of Weight)   - Case 4 (An objects in an inclined plane)- Frictional forces   - Frictional forces origin  - Limiting Static friction and Dynamic frictions- Frictional force and Normal reaction force  - F=s R where s= coefficient of static friction  -F=d R where d= coefficient of dynamic friction-

 Topic 5 (Electricity and Magnetism) Topic 5.1 - Electric Fields S.No. Contents in Class Assignments 1. - Charge- Fundamental Charge (e)- Concept of Electric Fields- Electric Field Strength- Electric Field direction- State Coulomb’s Law- Define Potential- Discuss about the Equipotential surface and field lines.- Uniform Electric field due to parallel plates Topic 5.2 - Electric Circuits S.No. Contents in Class Assignments 1. - Define Electric Current - Introduce AC current and DC current with examples- Microscopic definition of  current(I=nqvA)- Discuss about Conductors, Insulators and semiconductors with examples- Introduce Conventional direction of current- Define Resistance and its symbols- Resistivity of any material (R=lA)- Ohm’s Law- Power dissipation in the resistors (P=IV=I2R)- I vs V graphs for filament lamp (Non ohmic conductor)- I vs V graphs for Thermistor (Non ohmic conductor)- I vs V graphs for LDR (Non ohmic conductor)- I vs V graphs for metals (Ohmic conductors)- Kirchoff’s Law for the circuits1st law (Conservation of Charge)2nd Law (Conservation of Energy)- Solving Circuit using Kirchoff law- Effective resistance for resistors connected in series and in parallel.- Potential Divider- Thermistor in the Potential Divider circuit.- LDR in the Potential Divider circuit.