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    Welcome to Physics with Ms. Rawding
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    Thursday, July 18, 2019
     

    Physics is a laboratory science course designed to introduce all students to comprehensive, quantitative and conceptual understanding of physics.  Students will examine, explore and learn to explain real-world phenomena using the core concepts of physics.  Physics provides students with a solid foundation and preparation for future study in all branches of science as well as a second year Physics course.  Students study the major units of physics, which include motion and forces, gravitation, momentum and energy, rotation and torque, electrostatics and DC electric current and magnetism, waves, sound and light. Students should build upon their existing knowledge of relationships in the physical world and learn to interpret these relationships and make predictions based upon their analyses.

     


     
     
     

    Honors PHYSICS 

    Periods 2 and 6

    Class assignments and announcements will be posted on Google Classroom
     
    Links 
    Honors GREEN Classroom - Pd 2 Code bj3k6z1
    Honors ORANGE Classroom - Pd 6 Code 1pk503
     
    Read through the Honors Physics Course Expectations  to find the course description, materials needed, grading policy and other important information
     
     
    Quest Correction Form Here

    PHYSICS

    Periods 4 and 8

     
    Links
    Physics RED Classroom - Pd 4  Code 5gzg9ye
    Physics BLUE Classroom - Pd 8  Code ganhv

     

    Read through the Physics Course Expectations to find the course description, materials needed, grading policy and other important information

    Quest Correction Form Here