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Transcript
```12 PHYSICS – TERM 4 – Unit 4
ELECTROMAGNETISM
1
UNIT LEARNING GOALS:
DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE
Assessment

SA: Exam
The student will know definitions & accompanied equations:
Success Criteria:

SYLLABUS GENERAL DESCRIPTORS.

Accurate and successful
completion of problems from the
textbook.

Reached set Target.




3 right hand rules for: current carrying wire & solenoids
Magnetic Field Strength, Magnetic Flux Density, Magnetic Flux,
Induced EMF, Force on charged particle, Electromagnetic
Induction, Motors, Generators
Induced EMF = Blvsinθ ; F = Bqvsinθ; φ = BAcosθ
Equations for 3 cases: Magnetic Field Strength of current carrying
wire: B = kI/r; Force on a current carrying wire: F = BILsinθ;
Magnetic Flux Density inside a current carrying solenoid:
B = 2πknI.
Galvanometers, Ammeters, Voltmeters, Shunt resistance
Key Verbs
 Understand
 Manipulation
 Calculate
 Define
 Analyse
.
PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGE:
Students will be able to:

DEFINE terms

Complete problems involving relevant theory from text

Design Voltmeters & Ammeters using knowledge of shunt
resistance & previous knowledge of Ohm’s Law
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Resources
“PHYSICS SPECTRUM”, Peter Eastwell
“New Century Physics”, Richard Walding
```
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