In my opinion, I think that being curious in physics means that you are asking questions so it is easier for you to understand. Also, I think it means to learn a new concept that you are unfamiliar with and to have an open mind. When things get hard in physics, don't let it discourage you, just stay focused and eventually whatever you find hard, will start to make more sense and it will be easy to understand.
When I first came into physics, I was nervous because in middle school, I did not learn much about science. Also, I was nervous because I had no idea what physics was and what I would be learning. But luckily, I was fortunate enough to have a teacher that knew her subject really well and was always trying different ways to make our learning more fun and hands on. Whether it was worksheets, labs, videos, etc. Ms. Quinny always found a way to keep us entertained during her class, and that is what made physics very enjoyable. I learned that physics is a very important field of science and everyone should know about it.
This article has challenged my thinking a lot. This article was about different kinds of particles. When I read this article, I had no knowledge whatsoever about about particles, which is why I had no idea what anything in the article mean't. If I'm being honest, I had to re read some parts because it was too confusing. As you can see, I highlighted certain parts and wrote down questions which I was later on able to ask my teacher. Now, with my knowledge of subatomic particles, this article makes more sense to me.