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Final lecture - Undergraduate Physics Lecture Invitation for Faculty Positions Applicants in Physics One indication of Montana State Universitys

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Undergraduate Physics Lecture Invitation for Faculty Positions Applicants in Physics One indication of Montana State University’s strong commitment to high quality undergraduate instruction is the requirement that all candidates applying for faculty positions in the Physics Department teach a simulated undergraduate class. This is sometimes called a “mock lecture” and should be viewed as an opportunity to demonstrate your ability in teaching physics to an undergraduate audience. In this case, your audience will consist of physics faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students who will be playing the role of a class of freshman physics students. You should imagine that you that you are teaching in the introductory algebra-based physics sequence that is typically offered to students in life sciences, architecture, engineering technology, etc. You may assume that the class is being taught using one of the standard textbooks such as Physics by Cutnell and Johnson, or College Physics
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