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Syllabus of physics 101 2013-2014 - 2st-semester

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  • 1. Quality & Academic Accreditation Unit 2013/2014 Al Farabi College For Dentistry & Nursing Course Syllabus Course Code Course Information General Physics PHYS 101 Prerequisites None Year / Level 2013-2014, Females) Course Title 1st Year level 2 (Dentistry College – Males & Course Website Course Instructors Dr. Said Azar and Ibrahem Ehmid Office Location Faculty Staff’s Office/ Second Floor Office Phone # ===== Office Hours Tue: 8:00 – 9:00 PM & Wed: 5:00 – 6:00 PM E-mail 3femto@gmail.com Teaching assistant(s) ===== Course Description This module is offered to students in the faculty of Dentistry and Nursing. The module will introduce the student to the basic language and ideas of physics that occur in all branches of bioscience and medicine. Course objectives The main objective of this introductory course is to provide the students with a clear and logical presentation of the basic concepts and principles of introductory physics, and to strengthen their understanding through a broad range of interesting applications in the real world. Page 1
  • 2. Quality & Academic Accreditation Unit 2013/2014 Textbook Title Physics Author(s) Publisher Joseph W. Kane and Morton M. Sternheim John Wiley & Sons Year 1988 (ISBN: 0-471-63845-5) Edition 3th Edition. Book Website ----- Assessment tools Assessment Expected due date Percentage Quizzes At the end of each month 10 % Assignments After each Chapter 10 % th 20 % Practical exam. Weeks 7 & 8 from 9/3 – 20-/3 Week 16th from 11/5-15/5 Final Exam Weeks 18th & 19th from 25/05 – 05/06 40 % Midterm Exam th 20 % Teaching & Learning Methods • • • • Theoretical and practical classes (lecture & practical). Power point Presentations Group work, group discussion & Self Readings Multimedia Useful Resources • • • • Library Web sites Interactive simulation such as Phet Supplementary texts: 1- Raymond A. Serway, Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 4th edition, Saunders Golden Sunburst Series, 1990. 2- D. Halliday and R. Resnick Fundamentals of Physics, 10th edition, 2011 (ISBN: 9781-118-23072-5 (Extended edition)). 3- H. D. Young, R. A. Freedman, T. R. Sandin, And A. Lewis Ford, Sears and Zemansky’s University Physics, 10th edition, 2000. (ISBN: 0-201-60322-5). 4- Jerry B. Marion and William F. Hornyak, General Physics with Bioscience Essays, 2nd Edition John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1985. Course Policies Attendance: Your attendance is mandatory. More than 10 % of unexcused absences will result in an automatic penalty of getting F. Chronic lateness will also impact your grade. Do not miss class on a day you do not have an assignment completed, because you will lose points for absence, discussion, and a late assignment. Journal assignments are still due on weeks you are absent, and should be emailed to me before the time that class starts. In order to pass this course, you must attend at least 90% of class meetings. Page 2
  • 3. Quality & Academic Accreditation Unit 2013/2014 Late assignments: All assignments are due at the beginning of class. Late assignments will receive a penalty of one grade step if they are handed in less than one day (24 hours) late. Your assignments will receive an additional grade step deduction for each day they are late (assignments that are between 24 and 48 hours late will receive a penalty of two grade steps. This includes weekends and holidays. No assignments will be accepted after they are one week late. Hard copies of late assignments must be turned into my office. You should also email me a copy to verify the time at which it was completed. Academic honesty: College policies on academic honesty apply to this course. All work is to be done on an individual basis, and collaboration is not permitted. You may have someone who is not enrolled in this course proofread your papers for clarity, but you may not seek outside help regarding your paper’s content. You will be required to submit a signed copy of the College honor pledge with your short paper and your final paper. Discussion: Since this course is discussion-based, your active participation is required. You should come to class prepared to thoughtfully and actively discuss the day’s readings. In order to promote open and meaningful discussion, it is important to maintain an atmosphere in which everyone feels respected and comfortable sharing ideas and opinions. Remember to avoid interrupting your classmates and do not attack them personally. Be critical of arguments, not of individuals. If you ever are feeling uncomfortable in discussion, please come talk to me. Page 3
  • 4. Quality & Academic Accreditation Unit 2013/2014 Course Lecture Timetable: Week Date/Saturday Chapter and Subject st 26/01/ 2014 No Class nd 02/02/ 2014 Introduction and Syllabus rd 09/02/ 2014 Ch#1: Motion in A Straight Line th 16/02/ 2014 Ch#2: Motion in Two Dimensions and Vectors th 23/02/ 2014 Ch#3: Newton’s Laws of Motion th 02/03/ 2014 Ch#4: Statics: Torques, and Equilibrium th 09/03/ 2014 Mid-term Exam th 16/03/ 2014 Mid-term Exam th 23/03/ 2014 Spring Holiday 23/03/2014 – 29/03/2014 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Assignments and Notes th 30/03/ 2014 Ch#6: Work, Energy and Power th 06/04/ 2014 th 13/04/ 2014 th 20/04/ 2014 th 27/04/ 2014 th 04/05/ 2014 Ch#13: Fluid Mechanics Ch#16: Electric Forces, Fields, and Potentials Ch#17: Direct currents and Ohm’s Law Ch#24: Mirrors, Lenses, and Imaging Systems Ch#30: Nuclear Physics: Radioactivity and Half-Life Ch#31: Ionizing Radiation: The Interaction of Radiation with Matter 10 11 12 13 14 15 th 11/05/ 2014 th 18/05/ 2014 th 25/05/ 2014 th 01/06/ 2014 16 17 18 19 Revision Final Exam Page 4 Assignment I Quiz I Assignment II Assignment III Assignment VI Quiz II Assignment V Practical Lab Exams without theoretical lecture stop
  • 5. Quality & Academic Accreditation Unit 2013/2014 Practical and Tutorial Timetable: Week 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th Date 26/ 01/ 2014 02/ 02/ 2014 09/ 02/ 2014 16/ 02/ 2014 23/ 02/ 2014 02/ 03/ 2014 09/ 03/ 2014 16/ 03/ 2014 23/ 03/ 2014 30/ 03/ 2014 06/ 04/ 2014 13/ 04/ 2014 20/ 04/ 2014 27/ 04/ 2014 04/ 05/ 2014 11/ 05/ 2014 18/ 05/ 2014 25/ 05/ 2014 01/ 06/ 2014 Experiment No. Experiment title No Lab Introduction Measurements in physics Errors and Uncertainty Simple Pendulum Force Table Mid-term Exam Mid-term Exam Exp(1) Exp(2) Exp(3) Exp(4) Notes Quiz 1 Spring Holiday 23/03/2014 – 29/03/2014 Exp(5) Exp(6) Exp(7) Exp(8) Hook’s Law Ohm’s Law Viscosity Prism and refraction Labs compensation Quiz 2 Final Lab Exam Additional Notes There will be some quizzes (10-15 minutes for each quiz) throughout the semester. The materials covered in the quizzes will the topics taught before the quiz and not including the topics of the pervious quiz. There is no make-up for any quiz. If you attended to this course, I am available along the lecture, practical and office hours times. Good luck Dr. Said M. Azar & Ibrahem Ehmad Assistant Professor Department of Biomedical Sciences Q_saed74@yahoo.com Page 5

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