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Physics as science provides the fundamental understanding of how things work. Simple questions such as why water boils at 100°C to what electricity is. This will be studied by focusing on the natural phenomena and then applying the concepts and principles observed through mathematical models. The phenomena that will be covered include dynamic, heat transfer, thermodynamics, optics and acoustics and modern physics such as electrostatics and transformers. The area where most students find it difficult to learn is how to apply the concepts and mathematical models. This will affect the learning and the practice as confidence levels decrease.

•  Provide clear everyday examples when explaining concepts
•  Develop a coherent logic on approaching a question
•  Clear concise method to analyze math-based questions
•  Instill the passion for learning beyond the syllabus
•  Integrating mathematical models and logical reasoning to help students with studying smartly
•  Time management during exams

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Physics Course Outline

  • Unit conversions and the usefulness in interpreting questions

  • Describing and explaining motion using Newton’s 3 Laws of motion

  • Understanding the idea of centre of gravity and balance

  • Using the conservation of energy to solve real everyday problems and accounting for the deviation from a perfect example

  • Developing problem-solving skills by interpreting questions in a different view

  • Understanding how light is a wave and the properties of sound and electromagnetic waves

  • Introduction to modern physics such as electrostatics and magnetism

  • Explaining the usefulness and hazards of electrostatic charging

  • Learn how to interpret circuits to solve problems

  • Learning the safety standards when using electricity

  • Learn how to calculate electricity bill

  • Integrating electricity and magnetism to explain the current model used in the power grid of Singapore through Faraday’s and Lenz Laws.

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