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Published Online: September 01, 2016
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The article considered the problem of studying applied questions related to “Electrodynamics” course at high school. Teaching the elective course on electronic automatic equipment is provided with regard to the implementation of polytechnic principle. The elective course implies discussion of questions related to the physics of bipolar devices and main carrier devices, and the physics of tunnel effect devices. The considered topics cover automatic regulators, elements of automatic devices, semiconductor diodes, thermistors, transistors, semiconductor triodes trigger, logical elements of digital devices. The study highlighted the problem of wide polytechnic concept development in students. The authors discussed possible introduction of laboratory classes aimed at the development of general concepts related to the structure and the content of modern applied knowledge in students. The offered syllabus of the elective course is intended for fixing and broadening theoretical knowledge, acquaintance with modern technological processes and automated processing equipment for production of integrated electronics and automatic equipment products.
Keywords: Applied knowledge and abilities; elective course; electrodynamics electronic automatic equipment; production automation; semiconductor devices
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