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Domain#4

Current Electricity and Magnetism

  1. Electrostatics

  2. Current Electricity

  3. Motion of Charge particles in Electric and Magnetic Fields

  4. Magnetic Effects of Current

  5. Alternating Current

STEP 1 _________________________________________________________

Standard 1, 2, 3, etc.: The long-term learning goals and understandings for a particular lesson, chapter or the whole course.

Student Learning Outcomes#1,Electrostatics

After completing this chapter, students will be able to understand the charge and its type ,laws associated with electrostatics, Electric fields, applications of electrostatics, and about the devices that uses the electrostatics.

Knowledge:

Students will understand...

  • State the Coulombs Law

  • Basic concepts of Electric Field

  • Gausses Law and its applications

  • Explain Electric Potential in terms of Work done and Electric field lines

  • Describing Electric Field Strength and Potential Gradient and Electronvolt

  • Electric potential due to a point Charge

  • Introduction to Capacitor

  • Capacitance and energy store in parallel plate capacitor

  • Charging and Discharging


Skills:

Students will be able to...

  • Derive the expression E = Kq/r2

  • Solving the problems using F=Kqq0/r2E =Kq/r2, V = kq/r, Q=CV etc.

  • Understand the nature of charges

  • Understand the Working of devices based on electrostatics like ECG machine, Capacitor etc.

  • Derive the relation for capacitance and Energy stored in Capacitor.



STEP 2 _________________________________________________________

Assessments

These assignments are given in form of Numerical Problems, Quizzes and Interesting information.

Formative Assessments

These assignments are given in form Questioners which are theory related and diagram related problems.

Summative Assessments

These assignments are in based on specific activity(practicals) and in form of paper.

STEP 3 _ ________________________________________________________

Learning Activities

This section encompasses the individual learning activities and instructional strategies. This includes lectures, discussions, problem-solving sessions, etc. This section should provide a summary of some key learning events and instructions.It is also important to identify cognitive complexity for each activity based on the taxonomy in use. For example, K for Knowledge, U for understanding, and A for application.









STEP 1 _________________________________________________________

Standard 1, 2, 3, etc.:The long-term learning goals and understandings for a particular lesson, chapter or the whole course.

Student Learning Outcomes#2,Current Electricity (Electrodynamics)

After completing this chapter, students will be able to explain the generation of current, effects of current and sources which provide the current. Also, explains the laws associated with current, resistance, resistivity and effects of temperature on resistance and resistivity. Devices in which current is flowing. Students also understand the current controlling devices.

Knowledge:

Students will understand...

  • Describe electric current and the concept of conventional current.

  • Sources of current and Effects of current

  • State ohms law and its limitations, define resistance and its unit (ohm)

  • The V-I characteristics graph for a
    conductor, a filament lamp and a semi-conductor

  • Resistivity and effects of temperature

  • Define Electric power

  • Internal Resistance of cells, maximum power output and connections of cells and

  • Explain the Kirchhoffs Laws and its applications.

Skills:

Students will be able to...

  • Apply the equation I= Q/t, Q = ne, H= IR2t, P=VI=V2/R=I2 R, V=IR, etc to solve numerical problems.

  • Construct the series and parallel combinations of resistors

  • Calculate the total cost of electrical energy used in one month (30 days) at home.

  • Find the electric current through different devices









Standard 1, 2, 3, etc.:The long-term learning goals and understandings for a particular lesson, chapter or the whole course.

Student Learning Outcomes#3,Motion of Charge particles in Electric and Magnetic Fields

After completing this chapter, students will be able to explain the effects of electric field and magnetic field on moving charge. The applications are explained in detail like Millikans oil drop method, CRO, path traced by moving charges, mass spectrograph, force on moving charge and charge to mass ratio of electrons. Students also able to solve the daily life scientific problems related to Electric fields and magnetic fields.

Knowledge:

Students will understand...

  • That electric field is an accelerating field

  • The applications form due to motion of charge particle like Millikans method and CRO

  • The path of moving charges in magnetic field.

  • The devices form on the basis of moving charge in magnetic field like mass spectrograph.

  • How find the e/m of an electron and force on a moving charge in magnetic field

Skills:

Students will be able to...

  • Apply the equation F=q(v X B)e/m= 2V/B2r2,T= 2πm/qB, F=qE, a=qE/m, solve numerical
    problems.

  • Calculate the e/m of charge all particles .

  • Detect the ECG process, the isotopes by mass spectrograph.

  • Calculate the potential difference by CRO













Standard 1, 2, 3, etc.:The long-term learning goals and understandings for a particular lesson, chapter or the whole course.

Student Learning Outcomes#4,Magnetic Effects of Current

After completing this chapter, students will be able to explain the magnetic field around the current carrying conductor and force on it when placed in external magnetic field. The magnetic field also uses in generation of current and in practical applications devices like generators, transformers and galvanometers etc.

Knowledge:

Students will understand...

  • Process of generating emf and current

  • The faradays law and Lenzs law

  • Amperes law and solenoid

  • Mutual and Self Induction

  • Difference between AC generator and DC generator

  • Back emf in generator

  • Transformers and its type, Losses in transformer

Skills:

Students will be able to...

  • Apply the equation emf=vBL Sinϴ, B=μnI=μI/2πr, emfs =M ∆Ip/∆t, emf=M ∆I/∆t, emf = NωAB Sinϴ etc. to solve the numerical problems

  • How to generate electricity

  • Able to apply magnetic effect in daily lifein different devices




















Student Learning Outcome#5, Alternating Current and Generating the EM Waves

After completing this chapter, students will be able to explain the terms related to alternating current like time period, frequency, RMS values etc. Students also able to understand the working of devices operated through the AC source like acceptor and rejector circuits etc. Students able differentiate among different type of EM wave and their generation through Maxwells Equation.

Knowledge:

Students will understand that

  • Shape of ac wave

  • How to define relevant terms with ac wave

  • Value of RMS current and voltage

  • AC flow through Resistor, inductor and capacitor and power dissipation in them

  • Combine effect of AC through RC, RL, RLC series and parallel Circuits.

  • Complete concept of EM waves and their types, AM and FM waves.

  • Maxwell equations and its characteristics

Skills:

Students will be able to

  • Apply the equation Irms =0.707 Io, Vrms= 0.0707 Vo, I=Io sinϴ, Xc=1/ωC, XL= ωL, Z=(R2 + Xc2)1/2, Z=(R2 + XL2)1/2, Z=[R2 + (XL- Xc)2]1/2etc

  • How to apply and operate the AC devices

  • Generate the different frequencies of electromagnetic waves















DOMAIN#2

Properties of Solids

Electronics

Standard?:

Student Learning Outcomes#6, Properties of Solids

After completing this chapter, students will be able to explain the terms types of solids, stress, strain and moduli. Students will understand the concept mechanical properties, electrical properties, magnetic properties of conductors, semiconductors and insulator.

Knowledge:

Students will understand...




Students will know...



Skills:

Students will be able to...



Assessments


Formative Assessments


Summative Assessments


Learning Activities