### (1)In bold text, Knowledge and Skill Statement

```Science
Course: Physics
Unit: Circular Motion and Gravitation, Heat,
Thermodynamics, Waves
TEKS
Guiding
Assessment
Questions/
Specificity
Rotation
4(C) analyze and describe
accelerated motion in two
dimensions using
equations, including
projectile and circular
examples; (EOC
Supporting Standard)
5(A) research and describe
the historical development
of the concepts of
gravitational,
electromagnetic, weak
nuclear, and strong nuclear
forces. (EOC Supporting
Standard)
5(B) describe and calculate
how the magnitude of
gravitational force
between two objects
depends on their masses
and the distance between
their centers. (EOC
Readiness Standard)
College and Career
Readiness Standards
E. Rotating systems
1. Understand rotational
kinematics.
2. Understand the concept
of torque
3. Apply the concept of
static equilibrium
4. Understand angular
momentum
Revised Spring 2016
Guiding Questions
Where does the
object fly if the
string is cut while
the object is moving
in UCM?
What causes an
object to stick to a
wall during UCM?
How is a pizza spun?
How does a washing
machine work?
A phonograph record
player has constant
rotational speed. The
speed of the record
relative to the pickup
needle is greatest:
(a) at the end of the
record
(b) at the beginning
of the record
(c) everywhere because
it has the same speed
anywhere on the record
The chef at the
infamous Fattening
Tower of Pizza
tosses a spinning disk of
uncooked pizza dough
into the air.
The disk's diameter
increases during the
flight, while its
rotational speed
(a) remains constant
(b) increases
(c) decreases
Designated Grading Period: Fourth Grading Period
Days to teach: 16 Days
Vocabulary
Instructional
Strategies
Centripetal
Acceleration
Lab: Rotation Lab
(spinning table)
Gravitational Force
Lab: Inquiry Top
Lab
Torque
Lever arm
Lab: Torque Lab
ELPS:
http://ritter.tea.state.
tx.us/rules/tac/chapt
er074/ch074a.html
3H: Question
Answer
1C: Word
Knowledge
5B: List/Sort/Label
Resources/
Web links
Text: Texas
Physics, Houghton
Mifflin Harcourt,
2015
Note packets, Graph
matching software
Circular Motion and
Momentum
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Rotational Motion
http://www.bozema
nscience.com/apphys-053rotational-motion
Gravitation
http://www.bozema
Science
Course: Physics
Unit: Circular Motion and Gravitation, Heat,
Thermodynamics, Waves
TEKS
Guiding
Assessment
Questions/
Specificity
Heat
6(E) describe how the
macroscopic properties of
a thermodynamic system
such as temperature,
specific heat, and pressure
are related to the
molecular level of matter,
including kinetic or
potential energy of atoms
(EOC Supporting
Standard)
6(F) contrast and give
examples of different
processes of thermal
energy transfer, including
conduction, convection,
and radiation
College and Career
Readiness Standards
H. Thermodynamics
1. Understand the gain and
loss of heat energy in
matter. 2. Understand the
basic laws of
thermodynamics.
Revised Spring 2016
Guiding Questions
What are ways heat
can be transferred?
What is the
relationship between
temperature and
internal energy?
What are some
physical properties
that could be used in
developing a
temperature scale?
Designated Grading Period: Fourth Grading Period
Days to teach: 16 Days
Vocabulary
At the beach in the
daytime, a cool breeze
generally blows from
the water to the shore.
What is the name of this
process of thermal
energy transfer?
(a) radiation
(b) insolation
(c) conduction
(d) convection
Temperature
The boiling point of
liquid hydrogen is 252.87°C. What is the
value of this
temperature on the
Fahrenheit scale?
(a) 20.28°F
(b) –220.87°F
(c) –423.17°F
(d) 0°F
Calorimetry
Instructional
Strategies
Lab: Temperature
& Internal Energy
Internal Energy
Thermal Equilibrium
Heat
Resources/
Web links
nscience.com/apphys-055gravitational-forces
Lab: Thermal
Conduction
Lab: Heat Capacity
Specific Heat
Capacity
Exemplar Lesson
Heat Transfer
TEKS 6F
Text: Texas
Physics, Houghton
Mifflin Harcourt,
2015
Note packets, Graph
matching software
Phase Change
Latent Heat
ELPS:
http://ritter.tea.state.
tx.us/rules/tac/chapt
er074/ch074a.html
2I: Relationship
(QAR)
3E:
Think/Pair/Share
1C: Word Analysis
All Exemplar
Lessons are located
on the Google
Drive – H.S. Folder
http://www.physics
classroom.com/clas
s/thermalP
Science
Course: Physics
Unit: Circular Motion and Gravitation, Heat,
Thermodynamics, Waves
TEKS
Guiding
Assessment
Questions/
Specificity
Thermodynamics
6(E) describe how the
macroscopic properties
of a thermodynamic
system such as
temperature, specific
heat, and pressure are
related to the molecular
level of matter,
including kinetic or
potential energy of
atoms
Guiding Questions
Define a
thermodynamic
system and its
environment.
In what two ways
can the internal
energy of a system
be increased?
(EOC Supporting
Standard)
Specificity
6(G) analyze and explain
everyday examples that
illustrate the laws of
thermodynamics, including
the law of conservation of
energy and entropy
(EOC Supporting Standard)
College and Career
Readiness Standards
H. Thermodynamics
1. Understand the gain and
loss of heat energy in matter.
2. Understand the basic laws
of thermodynamics
Revised Spring 2016
Distinguish between
the laws of
thermodynamics and
processes.
In which of these
processes is no work
done?
(a) water is boiled in a
pressure cooker
(b) a refrigerator is
used to freeze
water
(c) an automobile
engine operates for
several minutes
(d) a tire is inflated
with an air pump
If energy is transferred
to a gas as heat and
work, but there is no
change in internal
energy, what
thermodynamic process
has the gas undergone?
(a) adiabatic
(b) isothermal
(c) isovolumetric
(d) isobaric
Designated Grading Period: Fourth Grading Period
Days to teach: 16 Days total
Vocabulary
System
Environment
Isovolumetric process
Isothermal process
Instructional
Strategies
Lab: Relationship
between Heat &
Work
Text: Texas Physics,
Houghton Mifflin
Harcourt, 2015
Lab: Entropy &
Probability
Note packets, Graph
matching software
Adiabatic process
Cyclic process
Entropy
1st Law of
Thermodynamics
2nd Law of
Thermodynamics
Resources/
Web links
Exemplar Lesson
Conservation of
Energy
TEKS 6G
ELPS:
http://ritter.tea.state.
tx.us/rules/tac/chapt
er074/ch074a.html
1C: Word Analysis
2D: Cornell Notes
3C: Structured
Conversation
All Exemplar
Lessons are located
on the Google Drive
– H.S. Folder
http://www.physicscl
assroom.com/class/th
ermalP
Text: Texas Physics,
Houghton Mifflin
Harcourt, 2015
Note packets, Graph
matching software
All Exemplar
Lessons are located
on the Google Drive
– H.S. Folder
Science
Course: Physics
Unit: Circular Motion and Gravitation, Heat,
Thermodynamics, Waves
TEKS
Guiding
Assessment
Questions/
Specificity
Waves
(7) Science concepts.
The student knows the
characteristics and
behavior of waves. The
student is expected to:
(A) examine and
describe oscillatory
motion and wave
propagation in various
types of media; (EOC
Supporting Standard)
(B) investigate and
analyze characteristics
of waves, including
velocity, frequency,
amplitude, and
wavelength, and
calculate using the
relationship between
wave speed, frequency,
and wavelength; (EOC
Readiness Standard)
(C) compare
characteristics &
behaviors of transverse
waves, including
electromagnetic waves
& the electromagnetic
spectrum, and
characteristics &
Revised Spring 2016
Guiding Questions
How is an echo
formed?
How can you
calculate
wavelength of radio
stations?
How can an opera
singer break a
crystal glass?
Designated Grading Period: Fourth Grading Period
Days to teach: 16 Days total
Vocabulary
A sound source of high
frequency emits a high
(a)speed
(b) amplitude
(c) pitch
(d) all of these
(e) none of these
Simple Harmonic
Motion
A sound wave is a
(a) longitudinal wave
(b) transverse wave
(c) standing wave
(d) shock wave
(e) none of these
Medium
Amplitude
Period
Frequency
Instructional
Strategies
Lab: Tick Tock
Resources/
Web links
Exemplar Lesson
Period of a Pendulum
TEKS 7A
Types of Waves
http://www.bozemans
cience.com/ap-phys100-transverselongitudinal-waves
Exemplar Lesson
Pendulum Trials
TEKS 7A
Wave Properties
http://www.bozemans
cience.com/waves
Lab: Catch a Wave
Ripple Tank
Observations
Wave Interactions
http://www.bozemans
cience.com/ap-phys109-waveinterference
Mechanical Wave
Crest
Transverse Wave
Trough
Wavelength
Longitudinal Wave
Constructive
Interference
Lab: Virtual Hooke’s
Law
ELPS:
http://ritter.tea.state.tx
.us/rules/tac/chapter0
74/ch074a.html
Destructive
Interference
Standing Wave
Node
Antinode
2I: Relationship
(QAR)
3E: Think/Pair/Share
1C: Word Analysis
http://www.bozemans
cience.com/ap-phys113-wavesuperposition
Science
Course: Physics
Unit: Circular Motion and Gravitation, Heat,
Thermodynamics, Waves
TEKS
Guiding
Assessment
Questions/
Specificity
behaviors of
longitudinal waves,
include sound waves;
(EOC Supporting
Standard)
(D) investigate
behaviors of waves,
including reflection,
refraction, diffraction,
interference, resonance,
and the Doppler effect;
(EOC Readiness
Standard)
College and Career
Readiness Standards
G. Oscillations and waves
1. Understand basic
oscillatory motion and
simple harmonic motion.
2. Understand the
difference between
transverse and longitudinal
waves.
3. Understand wave
terminology: wavelength,
period, frequency, and
amplitude.
Revised Spring 2016
Designated Grading Period: Fourth Grading Period
Days to teach: 16 Days total
Vocabulary
Instructional
Strategies
Resources/
Web links
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