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Aug 26 30 
Welcome
back! 
Begin Charges Unit
Charges,
conductors & insulators (22.1  22.2) 
Coulomb's
Law & electric forces (22.3) 
Sep 2 6 
Labor Day

Introduction
to electric fields (23.1  23.2) 
Visualizing
and calculating electric fields (23.3  23.4) 
Sep 9 13 
More
calculating of electric fields (23.4) 
Behavior
of charged particles in electric fields (23.5) 
Test Charges

Sep 16 20 
Begin Electricity Unit
Electric
flux (24.1) 
Introduction
to Gauss' Law (24.2  24.3) 
Using
Gauss' Law (24.3) 
Sep 23 27 
Potential
of point charges (25.1  25.2) 
Relating
electric fields and potentials (25.3  25.4) 
Equipotential
surfaces (25.5) 
Sep 30 Oct 4 
Dipoles
(25.6) and review of Gauss' Law 
Conductors
in static fields (25.7) 
Simple
capacitors (32.1  32.2) 
Oct 7 11 
Combinations
of capacitors (32.3  32.4) 
Capacitor
uses storage of energy (32.5 32.7) 
Test Electricity

Oct 14 18 
Begin Circuits Unit
Current,
resistance, the famous Ohm's Law and batteries (26.1  26.2, 26.4) 
Simple
electric circuits (26.5  26.6) 
Circuit
analysis (27.1) 
Oct 21 25 
Fall Break

Slightly
more complicated circuits (27.2) 
Signal
processing (33.1) 
Oct 28 Nov 1 
Test Circuits

Begin Magnetism Unit
Introduction
to magnetic fields (28.1  28.2) 
Magnetic
force on currents (28.3) 
Nov 4 8 
Magnetic
force and torque on currents (28.4) 
Applications
of magnetic forces (28.5) 
Biot
Savart (the hard way to calculate magnetic fields) (29.1) 
Nov 11 15 
Ampère's
Law (an easier way to calculate magnetic fields) (29.3  29.4) 
Knowing
when to use Ampère's Law (29.4  29.5) 
Solenoids
& electromagnets (29.6) 
Nov 18 22 
Further
applications of magnetism 
Test Magnetism

Begin Electromagnetism
Unit
Time
dependent fields and Faraday's Law (30.1) 
Nov 25 29 
Induced
electric fields (30.2) 
Induced
emf & its applications (30.3) 
Thanksgiving

Dec 2 6 
Induced
magnetic fields and Maxwell's equations (31.1  31.2) 
Electromagnetic
waves (a.k.a. light) (35.1  35.3) 
Bonus points opportunity,
review & tearful goodbye 