Previous Syllabus 17/18

Cube It

Unit 1 Quiz

Suite of Labs Graphical Analysis

1. Do the teacher moderated part of Cube It

2. If time, continue with the evaluation part of Cube It - work in groups of 2 (one group of 3 is acceptable if there is an odd number of people in the room. Each group should make a cube (use orange templates on the desk in the center of the room) to exchange with another group. Follow the same procedure as modeled last class and write your report using the guideline on the handout.-

1. Finish Cube It - work in groups of 2 (one group of 3 is acceptable if there is an odd number of people in the room. Each group should make a cube (use orange templates on the desk in the center of the room) to exchange with another group. Follow the same procedure as modeled last class and write your report using the guideline on the handout.-

2. Do Determining Relationships from Graphs (first page only) -

1. Read pages Unit I Reading: Graphical Methods and Graphical Methods-Summary

2. Discuss Graphical Analysis Using Logger Pro 3.6

3. Begin Unit 1 WS I: Graphing Practice using the LoggerPro program. -

Finish Unit 1 WS I: Graphing Practice using the LoggerPro program. -

1. Read Unit 1 Reading: Significant Figures

2.Do Uncertainty in Measurements online and fill in the printed copy as you go. If you get an answer wrong in this tutorial, you must hit the back arrow on your browser to get the same question to try again. Otherwise it will give you a new, randomly generated question.

3. Do Unit 1 WS 2 - Significant Figures -

4. Graphing quiz next class

1. Go over Unit 1 WS 2 - Significant Figures

2. Graphing quiz

3. Begin review: The Ball Bounce Challenge - Summative Assessment Review

1. Finish review: The Ball Bounce Challenge - Summative Assessment Review - please have me go over this with you so that you have feedback before doing the summative

2. Begin writing hypothesis and taking data for Summative Assessment: Suite of Labs Graphical Analysis

Continue and finish Summative Assessment: Suite of Labs Graphical Analysis

1. Do Physics Lab Activity - Motorized Cars

2. Use these as a guide in writing your lab report: Thickness of a Page Lab Report and the Lab Report Grading Sheet

Do the lab, "Graph Matching" (LabQuest Version, LabPro & Computer Version)

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1. Finish the lab, "Graph Matching" (LabQuest Version, LabPro & Computer Version) -

3. Read 2.1 and 2.2 in textbook and do problems #1-19 odd - (solutions to #10 and #12 are here, solutions to 14, 16, and 18 are here) -

1. Go over any questions from homework

2. Go over or read notes on converting position vs time to velocity vs time graphs and vice versa.

3. Do Constant Velocity: Position-Time Graphs #3, Constant Velocity: Velocity-Time Graphs #3 (check your answers online) -

4. Do p. 52 #21-27 odd

DO Motion on an Inclined Plane lab

* If you are absent, use this simulation to take data.

Finish Motion on an Inclined Plane* -

1. Go over lab results and the derivation of kinematics equations

2. Do Kinematics Equations #1 -

3. *Read 2.5 and 2.6 and do p. 52-53 #27-41 odd (solutions to evens are here)-

*If you need extra help, you may also want to try Kinematics Equations #2. Also if you need help with unit conversion (like mi/h to m/s), check this out.

1. Go over work from last class

2. Do Tables Graphs and Ramps on computers, link to the website is here -

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If the applet won't load, copy the URL.

Go to the icon at the bottom left of the Windows screen, click and open the "Control Panel" and then open "Java" (this can take a few seconds to open, so wait.) Go to the "Security" tab. Click "Edit Site List" and then "Add" in the new window. Paste in the URL and then click "OK" and "OK" on the next window. Close Internet Explorer and reopen the web page. You will get two Java notices. In "Java Update Needed", choose "Later." In "Security Warning," choose "Run."

1. Read Review Sheet: Constant Velocity Graphs, SVA: Slopes and Area Relationships and Summary: Graph Shapes for Uniformly Accelerated Motion

2.To review for the quiz next class, do Converting s-t and v-t Graphs, Accelerated Motion: Analyzing Velocity-Time Graphs, Accelerated Motion: Graph Shape Patterns, and Position-Time Graph "Story" Combinations -

1. Quiz on graphs for constant velocity and constant acceleration

2. Begin the lab "Picket Fence Free Fall" (LabQuest Version, LabPro & Computer Version) -

1. Finish "Picket Fence Free Fall" (LabQuest Version, LabPro & Computer Version), including "Extensions" and

2. Do Freefall: Projectiles in 1-Dimension (click arrows to check answers) and Freefall #1 (check answers here, if the viewing answers option is not available on the website),

**Fri 11/9 (White 6)**

1. Discuss free fall

2. Do Freefall #3: Honors (check answers here, if the viewing answers option is not available on the website), **due next class**

3. Read 2.7 and do p. 53 #43-51 odd (solutions to evens arehere)

*dates above changed to give time for extra practice

**Mon 11/26(White 6)**

1. Go over homework from book and pass in Picket Fence Free Fall lab if you haven't already

2. Do Freefall #3: Honors if you didn't do it last class (check answers here, if the viewing answers option is not available on the website), and Freefall #2 - **due next class**

**Wed 11/28(White 6)**

Do Ch. 2 Review - **test next Tue**

**Fri 11/30(White 6)**

1. Go over questions on Ch. 2 review (test next class)

2. Read Finding the Components of a Vector

3. Do the virtual lab Vector Components Lab. The simulation is below.- **due next class**

**Tue 12/4 (White 6)**

Ch. 2 Test

**Ch. 3 Vectors:**

1. Read sections 3.1-3.3 and Vector Operations and do Addition of Vectors Lab

2. Read 3.1 and do p. 79 #1-9 odd (do these problems using scale drawings NOT trig)

3. Do p. 80 #6 and #18 using the vector simulation embedded in the syllabus above and Vector Addition, Two Vectors. Confirm the answer to #6, by using the parallelogram rule and the law of cosines and the law of sines. Confirm the answer to #18 by showing the trigonometry required to resolve the vectors into x- and y- components and calculating the magnitude and direction of the final answer.

4. Read 3.2 and do p. 80 #11-19 odd

5. Do Relative Motion, the simulation is here

6. Read 3.3 and do p. 80-81 #21-29 odd

7. Do vector review

8. Ch. 3 test on vectors only

**Projectile motion unit beginning 1/2 (test on vectors will be next Tuesday):**

1. Do video lab Basketball Throw

2. Do Freefall: Horizontally Released Projectiles (2D-Motion) and Horizontally Released Projectiles #2 (check answers here)

3. Do Horizontally Launched Projectile Problems (the link for the simulation is here, the one on the handout is incorrect)

4. Read sections 3.4 and 3.5 and do p. 81-83 #31,33,37, odd (here are the solutions to #32 and #34)

5.Do Algodoo Projectile Motion - **counts as 10 point bonus on projectile motion test**

6. Discuss range of a projectile and do Vertically Launched Projectile Problems.The link for the simulation is here.

7. Read section 3.6 and do p. 82 #43-53 odd

8. Do projectile motion assessment (Piggie Poppers and Projectile Motion Spreadsheet)

**above assignments need to be adjusted due to time lost from snow days**

**Mon 1/14 W6 **

Do Freefall: Horizontally Released Projectiles (2D-Motion) and Horizontally Released Projectiles #2 (check answers here)

**Wed 1/16 W6**

Do Freefall: Projectiles Released at an Angle (2D-Motion)

**Fri 1/18 W6 **

Do prelab for Air Rockets Assessment

**Thu 1/24 W6 **

Piggie Popper Assessment (sorry too cold for air rockets!) **due next class**

**Static Equilibrium activities starting Monday 1/28**

1. Do Unit IV - Force Table Lab. No formal lab report - just fill out the sheets provided. Each person must draw one diagram (one trial). Get data for the other 3 trials from any other 3 people. Force tables are on the table in the middle of the room and protractors, rulers and white paper on on table in front

2. Do Static Equilibrium and Ropes and Pulleys in Static Equilibrium - **you must show your work to get credit, check answers online**

3. Do p. 124-125 #45-53(part (a) only on #53) odd*

*Here are some problems with solutions to help you with the above - Forces in Equilibrium - Practice Problems.

4. Do "Prelab and Atwood Machine Lab - online version - you may work on this lab in groups of 2 or 1. If you work in groups of 2, you must do both the Atwood and the Modified Atwood (4 graphs total, 2 each of acc vs net force and acc vs total mass). If you work by yourself pick one machine or the other (2 graphs total). Use the simulations here: Atwood Machine (note, you will have to hit "pause" before the block hits the bottom to get the acceleration and "reset" in between trials), Modified Atwood Machine

5. Quiz on static equilibrium

**Newton's 2nd Law beginning 2/27**

1. Read section 4.4 and do p. 121 #1-7 odd (Note - you have to use your kinematics formulas from your equation sheet along with Newton's 2nd Law. If you are having trouble here are the solutions to the even problems)- **due by the beginning of next class, we will go over these at the beginning of the period**

2. Do Elevator Mini Lab - Formative Assessment (Newton's 2nd Law), link to simulation is here - **due next class, finish as homework**

***USING JAVA APPLETS:

You MUST open the web page in Internet Explorer.

If the applet won't load, copy the URL.

Go to the icon at the bottom left of the Windows screen, click and open the "Control Panel" and then open "Java" (this can take a few seconds to open, so wait.) Go to the "Security" tab. Click "Edit Site List" and then "Add" in the new window. Paste in the URL and then click "OK" and "OK" on the next window.
Close Internet Explorer and reopen the web page. You will get two Java notices. In "Java Update Needed", choose "Later." In "Security Warning," choose "Run."

3. Online Lesson - Friction link to the first simulation is here and the second is here - **pass in**

***USING JAVA APPLETS:

You MUST open the web page in Internet Explorer.

If the applet won't load, copy the URL.

Go to the icon at the bottom left of the Windows screen, click and open the "Control Panel" and then open "Java" (this can take a few seconds to open, so wait.) Go to the "Security" tab. Click "Edit Site List" and then "Add" in the new window. Paste in the URL and then click "OK" and "OK" on the next window.
Close Internet Explorer and reopen the web page. You will get two Java notices. In "Java Update Needed", choose "Later." In "Security Warning," choose "Run."

4. Do sliding lab and write report

5. Do Systems of Bodies and the last five questions (dealing with the inclined plane) on Freebody Diagrams #4 and check answers online - **you must show work to get credit, due next class**

6. Read section 4.7 and do #25-31 odd (need help? look at the solutions to the even problems here)

7.. Do Freebody Diagrams #2 Freebody Diagrams #4 and check answers online - **you must show work to get credit, pass in by the end of the period**

- **you must show work to get credit, due next class**

8. Read section 4.8, do p. 123 # 33-41 odd (need help? look at the solutions to the even problems here)

9. Do Vernier Labs on Newton's 1st and 3rd laws.

10. Read section 4.6 and do p. 122 #16,17,19,21,22

11. Read section 4.7 and do #25-31 odd (need help? look at the solutions to the even problems here)

12. Review for test

13. Take test.

**Ch. 6 (work and energy) beginning after April vacation**

1. Do Spring has Sprung - If you are absent or if there is a sub, use this simulation to do this lab. **NOTE** - you won't see anything until you click "Increase Load". When you click on the rectangle that the spring is hanging from and hold the mouse down and drag, a measuring tape will appear. Do springs of two different stiffnesses. Don't forget to record the initial spring length.

2. Read 6.1 and 6.2 and do #1-13, odd (solutions to evens are here)

3. Do lab, "Energy of a Tossed Ball" - **pass in**

4. Read 6.4 and 6.5, do p. 182-183 #21-33, odd (solutions to evens are here)

5*. Discuss conservation of energy & power and read 6.7 & 6.9, do p. 183-185 #39,41,43,49 (note: F_{c}=2mg in this case since N=W and F_{c}=N+W),59,63,65,69 (solutions to evens are here)

6*. . Read 6.8, do p. 184 #53, 55, 57 (solutions to evens are here)

***To save time assignments 5 & 6 are combined as follows. p. 183-185 # 39, 41, 42, 53, 55, 63, 65, 69**

7. Ch. 6 review

8. Ch. 6 test