Hello everyone! I'm writing today because I was wondering what you might think about this. Right now I'm working on writing a curriculum for a summer program for at risk 11th and 12th graders. The summer program is two weeks long and the Physics class meets 3 times a week for an hour a half each time. This is a program that wishes to give participants experience in Osteopathic medicine and encourage them to choose medicine as a career. They want me to come up with separate curriculum for 11th and 12th graders, so my idea was to teach "first semester" physics to the 11th graders and "second semester" physics to the 12th graders. First Semester would include things like: motion in 1D, kinematics, vectors (projectiles incl), forces, momentum, energy, work, and gravity. Second Semester would include: waves (mech & em), electric force, magnetism, circuits, optics, nuclear. Because there's only an hour and a half in one day, I would only cover one topic. But there's a catch here: What I teach should be related to Osteopatic medicine. If you had to choose six topics from each semester above and had to relate them to medicine, what would you do? If you have a suggestion, I'd appreciate some ideas for in class activities and labs! Thanks in advance everyone!