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Physics

 

Group 4

SCIENCES

Physics

Humans have always been curious about the world around them. The night sky with its bright celestial objects has fascinated humans since time immemorial. The regular repetitions of the day and night, the annual cycle of seasons, the eclipses, the tides, the volcanoes, and the rainbow have always been a source of wonder.

Physics is the natural science and the most fundamental of the experimental sciences that involves the study of universe from the smallest particle currently believed to be quarks to the vast distances between galaxies. More broadly, it is the general analysis of nature, conducted in order to understand how the universe behaves.

Physics also makes significant contributions through advances in new technologies that arise from theoretical breakthroughs. Physics is above all, a human activity, leading the way for the physicist’s ethical and moral accountability. Theory and experiment go hand in hand in Physics and help each other’s progress. Physics is exciting in many ways. To some people, the challenge in carrying out imaginative new experiments to unlock the secret of nature, to verify or refute theories, is thrilling.

PHYSICS   SL and HL

Imagination is more important than knowledge by Albert Einstein. Physics is the natural science and the most fundamental of the experimental sciences that involves the study of universe from the smallest particle currently believed to be quarks to the vast distances between galaxies. More broadly, it is the general analysis of nature, conducted in order to understand how the universe behaves.

CURRICULUM OBJECTIVES

To develop rational thinking of students scientifically

To develop the student's observational and investigation skills

To educate the students about the implications of physical phenomena

To develop the student's ability to analyse and interpret the observations

To develop the inquiring ability of the student

To help the students in their ability to communicate their ideas effectively

 To prepare a confident individual who is able to face the challenges in real life

LEARNING OUTCOME

The students should be able to construe the scientific principles and should be able to apply them in real life

The students should be able to demonstrate the skills of presenting scientific facts and theories

They should exhibit the personal capability of problem solving

They should be precise and accurate in decision making

               They should develop the ability to criticise a situation objectively

Teaching methodology

I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand – Confucius

IB focuses on student centered learning where child is at the centre of learning process. A lot of opportunities are provided to the student for the development of their out of the box thinking ability. Individual investigation on any one of the topics of Physics will provide a first hand experience to our students. Group 4 project will give an opportunity to the students to work in an interdisciplinary

group of science. Practical activities allow students to interact directly with natural phenomena and

secondary data sources. These experiences provide the students with the opportunity to design investigations, collect data, analyse results, collaborate with peers and evaluate and communicate their findings. Experiments can be used to introduce a topic, investigate a phenomenon or allow students to consider and examine questions and curiosities.

By providing students with the opportunity for hands-on experimentation, they are carrying out some of the same processes that scientists undertake.

Experimentation allows students to experience the nature of scientific thought and investigation. All scientific theories and laws begin with observations.

Students will also undergo the process of research in their selected subject. They are required to produce their research document called extended essay which is their original investigation.

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