A faculty committee determines GTA assignments, and they have already decided who will be a Recitation GTA and who will be a Traditional Lab GTA this semester. After this point, whether a grad student ends up TA’ing 2211 or 2212 is determined by Murray, depending on various factors such as student enrollment and how many undergrad TAs (UTAs) are also available.

As mentioned earlier, these are the websites for 2211 and 2212 Traditional:

You can go to the website for the course you’re TA’ing (2211 or 2212) to find all sorts of important information that you need to be aware of — for example, the course policies and schedule for each class, as well as the locations for the labs and recitations.

The detailed policies for **recitations** are the same for both 2211 and 2212 and can be found in this page:

The detailed policies for the **trad labs** are the same for both 2211 and 2212 and can be found in this page:

Please note that the links may change from semester to semester. Always check for the recitation and lab links that appear in the main lecture websites.

The course textbook is **Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach (4th Edition)** by Randall D. Knight. Chapters 1-13 are the material for 2211, and chapters 25-34 are the material for 2212. If you want to have access to the textbook, you can request a copy from Jarrio and/or Murray.

## Lists of Trad Labs and Recitations

Here is the list of labs for both PHYS 2211 and PHYS 2212 Trad for the Fall 2019 semester. Note that these can be found in the following webpages:

- http://www.introphys.gatech.edu/lab/2211/admin1/schedule.html
- http://www.introphys.gatech.edu/lab/2212/admin1/schedule.html

### PHYS 2211 Trad Labs (Fall 2019)

- Lab #1 Statistics and Error Analysis
- Lab #2 The Acceleration of Gravity
- Lab #4 Newton’s First Law
- Lab #5 Newton’s Second Law
- Lab #6 Projectile Motion
- Lab #7 Centripetal Acceleration
- Lab #8 Forces in Simple Harmonic Motion
- Lab #9 Impulse and Momentum
- Lab #10 Work and Kinetic Energy
- Lab #12 Kinetic Energy in Collisions
- Lab #13 Mechanical Energy

### PHYS 2212 Trad Labs (Fall 2019)

- Lab #1 Force, Field, and Superposition Tutorial
- Lab #2 Charge Distributions and Integration Tutorial
- Lab #3 Electric Flux Tutorial
- Lab #4 Work, Potential Energy, and Electric Potential Tutorial
- Lab #5 Electric Potential and Field
- Lab #7 Resistance
- Lab #8 Capacitance and RC Circuits
- Lab #9 Magnetic Fields
- Lab #10 Magnetic Force
- Lab #11 Induction
- Lab #12 Inductance and RL Circuits

The list of recitations for 2211 in Fall 2019 is not yet available, so in the meantime I’m providing you with the list of 2211 recitations for Summer 2017, which can be found here:

### PHYS 2211 Recitations (Summer 2017)

- Constant Acceleration
- Free Fall
- Newton’s Second Law
- Friction
- Newton’s Third Law
- Work and Kinetic Energy
- Momentum Conservation
- Rotational Dynamics

The list of recitations for 2212 in Spring 2019 can be found in this page:

### PHYS 2212 Recitations (Spring 2019)

- Point Charges
- Continuous Charge Distributions
- Gauss’ Law
- Electric Potential Energy
- Electric Potential & Field
- Capacitors
- Kirchhoff’s Laws
- RC Circuits
- Magnetic Force
- Induced emf
- Inductive Circuits