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Thursday, March 23, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6 (none)Journal: Classwork: - In the Media Ctr working on the online lesson, "Simple Machines" (none)Homework:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thursday, March 23, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - In the Media Ctr working on the online lesson, "Simple Machines" Homework: (none)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wednesday, March 22, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6 Fill in the blanks:Journal: _____ is the ability to do ______. Work is applying a ______ to an object so that it ______ over a certain ______. Classwork: - Introduction to Simple Machines (close read of text, "Simple Machines") (none)Homework:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wednesday, March 22, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: _____ is the ability to do ______. Work is applying a ______ to an object so that it ______ over a certain ______. Classwork: - Introduction to Energy and Work (notes, discussion, and video) - Finish presentations of project "Sunken City" Homework: (none)Tuesday, March 21, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6 Period 6 onlyJournal: Classwork: - Continue with lab, "Static Friction and Surface Material" Turn in today. - Introduction to Energy and Work (notes, discussion, and video) (none)Homework:Tuesday, March 21, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Presentations of project "Sunken City" - Introduction to Energy and Work (notes, discussion, and video) Homework: (none)We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, March 20, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6How does a roller coaster operate? What makes them work? Periods 1 and 4 onlyJournal: Classwork: - Continue with lab, "Static Friction and Surface Material" Turn in today. - Introduction to Energy and Work (none)Homework:We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, March 20, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: How does a roller coaster operate? What makes them work? Classwork: - Continue with lab, "Static Friction and Surface Material" Turn in today. - Introduction to Energy and Work Homework: (none)We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, March 17, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Continue with lab, "Static Friction and Surface Material" (none)Homework:We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, March 17, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Continue with lab, "Static Friction and Surface Material" Period 6 has to finish the bar graph for the lab AND design a Thinking Map. The Thinking Map of your choice (I suggest either a double bubble map OR a multi-flow map) should attempt to show any relationship between the variables of surface material and static friction force. You should include your data into the map as well. DUE BEFORE START OF CLASS ON MONDAY Homework: We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, March 16, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Quiz #3 "Types of Forces" in the Media Ctr. (none)Homework:We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, March 16, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Quiz #3 "Types of Forces" in the Media Ctr. (none)Homework: We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, March 15, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Science Jeopardy Game for extra credit and review for Quiz #3 tomorrow (none)Homework:!! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" TOMORROW!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, March 15, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Science Jeopardy Game for extra credit and review for Quiz #3 tomorrow (none)Homework: !! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" TOMORROW!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textTuesday, March 14, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6What is the net force acting on the box? (See Mr. Bartleson for the journal)Journal: Classwork: - Lab "Static Friction and Surface Material" (none)Homework:!! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" THIS THURSDAY!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textTuesday, March 14, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: What is the net force acting on the box? Find its acceleration (See Mr. Bartleson for the journal)Classwork: - Lab "Static Friction and Surface Material" Homework: - "Sunken City" This is to be turned in by Tonight (3/14) midnight. We will begin presenting this week if time permits, otherwise on Friday.!! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" THIS THURSDAY!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, March 13, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Draw and label all forces to the car accelerating to the right. (See Mr. Bartleson for the journal)Journal: Classwork: - Lab write up for "Static Friction and Surface Material" (none)Homework:!! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" THIS THURSDAY!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, March 13, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Lab write up for "Static Friction and Surface Material" Homework: - "Sunken City" This is to be turned in by Tomorrow (3/14) midnight. We will begin presenting this week if time permits, otherwise on Friday.!! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" NEXT THURSDAY!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, March 10, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Finish Standards Review Questions pgs. 122-123 #2-24 (evens only) Correct work in class. (none)Homework:!! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" NEXT THURSDAY!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, March 10, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: Draw and label all forces to the car accelerating to the right. (See Mr. Bartleson for the journal)Classwork: - To review for the Quiz #2 next Thursday, you will be answering "Standards Review" questions on pgs. 122-123 #1-8, 11-17, and 21-24 (complete sentences on #11-17 and show work on #21-24) Homework: - "Sunken City" This is to be turned in by next Tuesday (3/14) We will begin presenting on Tuesday next week if time permits, otherwise on Friday next week.!! QUIZ #3 ON "TYPES OF FORCES" NEXT THURSDAY!! BE SURE TO REVIEW YOUR NOTES AND RE-READ CHAPTER 2 PGS. 96-104 PRIOR TO THE QUIZWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, March 9, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Standards Review Questions pgs. 122-123 #2-24 (evens only) This is in preparation for Quiz #2 next Thursday. (none)Homework:We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, March 9, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - In the Media Center to work on group project ("Sunken City") This is to be turned in by next Tuesday (3/14) Homework: - "Sunken City" This is to be turned in by next Tuesay (3/14) We will begin presenting on Friday next week.We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, March 8, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Multiple Questions - see Mr. Bartleson for the JournalJournal: Classwork: - Continue working on "Types of Forces" assignment (Tree Map, Illustrations with vector arrows, labels, and description for all 10 forces). Due Tomorrow in Class (none)Homework:We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, March 8, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: Multiple Questions - see Mr. Bartleson for the JournalClasswork: - Continue working on "Types of Forces" assignment (Tree Map, Illustrations with vector arrows, labels, and description for all 10 forces). Due Tomorrow in Class FinishHomework: "Types of Forces" assignment (Tree Map, Illustrations with vector arrows, labels, and description for all 10 forces).We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textTuesday, March 7, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Looking at pg. 102, why do you suppose the normal force is a reflection of Newton's 3rd Law of Motion?Journal: Classwork: - Continue working on "Types of Forces" assignment (Tree Map, Illustrations with vector arrows, labels, and description for all 10 forces). (none)Homework:We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textTuesday, March 7, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: Looking at pg. 102, why do you suppose the normal force is a reflection of Newton's 3rd Law of Motion?Classwork: - Continue working on "Types of Forces" assignment (Tree Map, Illustrations with vector arrows, labels, and description for all 10 forces). (none) Homework: We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, March 6, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Ms. Clokey visit (H.S. Graduation requirements) Homework: - Complete the essay response from the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, March 6, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - In the Media Ctr. beginning research for "Sunken City Google Slideshow and Presentation" Homework: - Complete the essay response from the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, March 3, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Ms. Clokey visit (H.S. Graduation requirements) Homework: - Complete the online lesson and essay for "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, March 3, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Ms. Clokey visit from Counseling office (H.S. Graduation requirements) Homework: - Complete the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, March 2, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6What is the relationship between mass and weight?Journal: Classwork: - Ms. Clokey visit from Counseling office (H.S. Graduation requirements) Homework: - Complete the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, March 2, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: What is the relationship between mass and weight?Classwork: - Tree Map of Types of Forces Homework: - Complete the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, March 1, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6For each scenario, determine whether or not it is possible. Give a reason why. (See Mr. Bartleson for the diagram)Journal: Classwork: - Finish and discuss the lab "Comparing Mass and Weight" Homework: - Complete the online lesson and essay for "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY - "Sunken City" Google Slide Project DUE THIS FRIDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, March 1, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)For each scenario, determine whether or not it is possible. Give a reason why. (See Mr. Bartleson for the diagram)Journal: Classwork: - Finish and discuss the lab "Comparing Mass and Weight" Homework: - Complete the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textTuesday, February 28, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - In the media center working on the assignment "Gravity and Air Resistance" online lesson Homework: Finish plotting mass (kg) and weight (N) onto your line graph from the lab today (Periods 4 and 6 only) BY WEDNESDAY- Complete the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY - "Sunken City" Google Slide Project DUE THIS FRIDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textTuesday, February 28, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - In the media center working on the assignment "Gravity and Air Resistance" online lesson Homework: - Finish "Analyze and Conclude" section (#2-5) into your lab notebook. BY WEDNESDAY (the lab is on pg. 117 in your text) - Complete the online lesson "Gravity and Air Resistance" DUE NEXT MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, February 27, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6If Weight(N) = Mass (kg) x Acceleration (9.8m/sJournal: ^{2}), Find the weight of a 7.4 kg bowling ball in lbs.
1N = 0.2 lbs. Classwork: - Continue with lab, "Comparing Mass and Weight" Homework: Finish plotting mass (kg) and weight (N) onto your line graph from the lab today (Periods 4 and 6 only) By WednesdayWe are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textMonday, February 27, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)If Weight(N) = Mass (kg) x Acceleration (9.8m/sJournal: ^{2}), Find the weight of a 7.4 kg bowling ball in lbs.
1N = 0.2 lbs. Classwork: - Continue with lab, "Comparing Mass and Weight" Homework: - Finish "Analyze and Conclude" section (#2-5) into your lab notebook. BY WEDNESDAY (the lab is on pg. 117 in your text) We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, February 24, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6 (none)Journal: Classwork: - Brain Pop Movie on "Gravity" and "Forces" Homework: - Define terms on pg. 96 into your notes - Answer Standards Check #1 - 9 pg. 104 on separate sheet of paper DUE MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textFriday, February 24, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Brain Pop Movie on "Gravity" and "Forces" Homework: - Define terms on pg. 96 into your notes - Answer Standards Check #1 - 9 pg. 104 on separate sheet of paper DUE MONDAY We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, February 23, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6How would you explain the difference between mass and weight to a friend? (in your own words)Journal: Classwork: - Read pgs. 96-104 - Define Vocabulary from pg. 96 into Notes - Answer "Standards Check" #1-9, pg. 104 onto a separate sheet of paper (Due tomorrow) Homework: (none)We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textThursday, February 23, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)How would you explain the difference between mass and weight to a friend? (in your own words)Journal: Classwork: - Read pgs. 96-104 - Define Vocabulary from pg. 96 into Notes - Answer "Standards Check" #1-9, pg. 104 onto a separate sheet of paper (Due Friday) (none) Homework: We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, February 22, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Explain how friction force causes Journal: negative acceleration. Place the three types of friction force in order from strongest to weakest.Classwork: - Notes and Discussion on "Mass vs. Weight" - Begin Lab, "Comparing Mass and Weight" Homework: (none)We are studying "Types of Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 96-104 of the class textWednesday, February 22, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Explain how friction force causes Journal: negative acceleration. Place the three types of friction force in order from strongest to weakest.Classwork: - Notes and Discussion on "Mass vs. Weight" - Begin Lab, "Comparing Mass and Weight" (none) Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textTuesday, February 21, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6What do you suppose friction force is? How do you think it operates or what is its purpose?Journal: Classwork: - Introduction to Types of Forces: Friction and Gravity - Turn in 5 facts on Friction Homework: (none)We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textTuesday, February 21, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)What do you suppose friction force is? How do you think it operates or what is its purpose?Journal: Classwork: - Introduction to Types of Forces: Friction and Gravity - Turn in 5 facts on Friction (none) Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textFriday, February 17, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: Continue working on "Sunken City" slide show (in the Media Center) Homework: (none)We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textFriday, February 17, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: Continue working on Shuttle slide show (in the Media Center) (none) Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textThursday, February 16, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: Quiz #2 on Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion (in the Media Center) Homework: (none)We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textThursday, February 16, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: Quiz #2 on Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion (in the Media Center) (none) Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textWednesday, February 15, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: Practice Work in preparation for Quiz #2 tomorrow Homework: (none)! QUIZ #2 ON FORCE AND NEWTON'S LAWS TOMORROW - SEE THE STUDY GUIDE ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textWednesday, February 15, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: Practice Work in preparation for Quiz #2 tomorrow (none) Homework: ! QUIZ #2 ON FORCE AND NEWTON'S LAWS TOMORROW - SEE THE STUDY GUIDE ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textTuesday, February 14, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Vision Screening in Auditorium - Research on Sunken City Slide Project Homework: (none)! QUIZ #2 ON FORCE AND NEWTON'S LAWS THIS THURSDAY - SEE THE STUDY GUIDE ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textTuesday, February 14, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Vision Screening in Auditorium - Research on Space Shuttle Slide Project (none) Homework: ! QUIZ #2 ON FORCE AND NEWTON'S LAWS THIS THURSDAY - SEE THE STUDY GUIDE ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textMonday, February 13, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Working on the "Sunken City Slide Show" Project in McNeny's room. Homework: (none)! QUIZ #2 ON FORCE AND NEWTON'S LAWS THIS THURSDAY - SEE THE STUDY GUIDE ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textMonday, February 13, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Working on the "Space Shuttle Slide Show" Project in McNeny's room. (none) Homework: ! QUIZ #2 ON FORCE AND NEWTON'S LAWS THIS THURSDAY - SEE THE STUDY GUIDE ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textFriday, February 10, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Finish movie, "Apollo-13" - Review homework Standards Check #1-8, pg. 94 and Practice Problems with Newton's 2nd Law of Motion #1,2 pg. 109 Homework: (none)We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textFriday, February 10, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Finish movie, "Apollo-13" - Review homework Standards Check #1-8, pg. 94 and Practice Problems with Newton's 2nd Law of Motion #1,2 pg. 109 (none) Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textThursday, February 9, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Fill in the blanks:Journal: An object at _____ remains at _____ and an object in _____ remains in _____ unless an outside _____ force _____ on it. Classwork: - Review Newton's Laws Worksheet Online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" DUE THIS FRIDAYHomework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textThursday, February 9, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Fill in the blanks:Journal: An object at _____ remains at _____ and an object in _____ remains in _____ unless an outside _____ force _____ on it. Classwork: - Review Newton's Laws Worksheet Homework: - Standards Check #1-8, pg. 94 and Practice Problems with Newton's 2nd Law of Motion #1,2 pg. 109 DUE TOMORROW We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textWednesday, February 8, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6How could you explain Newton's 2nd Law of Motion being demonstrated with a tennis ball and a bowling ball?Journal: Classwork: - Demonstrations on Newton's 2nd Law of Motion with a skateboard Online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" DUE THIS FRIDAYHomework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textWednesday, February 8, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)How could you explain Newton's 2nd Law of Motion being demonstrated with a tennis ball and a bowling ball?Journal: Classwork: - Demonstrations on Newton's 2nd Law of Motion with a skateboard Homework: - Standards Check #1-8, pg. 94 and Practice Problems with Newton's 2nd Law of Motion #1,2 pg. 109 DUE FRIDAY We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textTuesday, February 7, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Notes and discussion on Newton's 2nd Law of Motion Online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" DUE THIS FRIDAYHomework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 106-110 of the class textTuesday, February 7, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Notes and discussion on Newton's 2nd Law of Motion Homework: - Online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" DUE TOMORROW - Space Shuttle Endeavor Exhibit Google Slide Presentation 1) Report on purpose and significance of the parts of the Space Shuttle System (STS) by completing the sheet given you on the Field Trip last Friday - DUE TOMORROW - Standards Check #1-8, pg. 94 and Practice Problems with Newton's 2nd Law of Motion #1,2 pg. 109 DUE FRIDAY We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textMonday, February 6, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Media Center working on online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" Online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" DUE THIS FRIDAYHomework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textMonday, February 6, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Media Center working on online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" Online physics simulator "Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" DUE WEDNESDAYHomework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textFriday, February 3, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6How is it possible for an object to be moving even if the forces on it are balanced? Which of Newton's Laws does this relate to? Journal: Classwork: - Standards Check #1-8, pg. 94 Practice Problems #1,2, pg. 109 (none)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textFriday, February 3, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)How is it possible for an object to be moving even if the forces on it are balanced? Which of Newton's Laws does this relate to? Journal: Classwork: - Field Trip to Cal Sci Center and African American Museum - Classwork for those in class: Standards Check #1-8, pg. 94 Practice Problems #1,2, pg. 109 (none)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textThursday, February 2, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6To which direction will a bird accelerate if it has the following forces applied to it? It has 2N pushing down onto it, 2.5 N pushing upward onto it, 5N pulling on it's left side and 5N pulling on its right side. Journal: Also, what is its net force? Classwork: - Notes on Newton's 1st and 3rd Laws of Motion using videos (none)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textThursday, February 2, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)To which direction will a bird accelerate if it has the following forces applied to it? It has 2N pushing down onto it, 2.5 N pushing upward onto it, 5N pulling on it's left side and 5N pulling on its right side. Journal: Also, what is its net force? Classwork: - Notes on Newton's 1st and 3rd Laws of Motion using videos (none)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textWednesday, February 1, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Why does a book not fall through a table on which it rests if gravity is pulling it down? How does this relate to balanced vs. unbalanced forces?Journal: Classwork: - Balanced vs. Unbalanced Forces, Finding the Net force from Free Body Diagrams - Movie, "Apollo - 13" Be sure to read pgs. 88-94 in Chapter 2 of the text (periods 4 and 6)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 pgs. 88-94 of the class textWednesday, February 1, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Why does a book not fall through a table on which it rests if gravity is pulling it down? How does this relate to balanced vs. unbalanced forces?Journal: Classwork: - Notes on Balanced vs. Unbalanced Forces, Finding the Net force from Free Body Diagrams - Movie, "Apollo - 13" Be sure to read pgs. 88-94 in Chapter 2 of the textHomework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 of the class textTuesday, January 31, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6To which direction will the apple accelerate and why? (See Mr. Bartleson for the diagram)Journal: Classwork: - Introduction to "Forces" Notes and Discussion (Period 6 only) - Movie, "Apollo - 13" (Periods 1 and 4 only) (none)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 of the class textTuesday, January 31, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)To which direction will the apple accelerate and why? (See Mr. Bartleson for the diagram)Journal: Classwork: - - Movie, "Apollo - 13" (none)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 of the class textMonday, January 30, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6What do you suppose is required for an object to accelerate?Journal: Classwork: - Review results of Quiz #1 Motion - Introduction to "Forces" Notes and Discussion (Periods 1, and 4 only) - Movie, "Apollo - 13" (Period 6 only) (none)Homework: We are studying "Forces" found in Chapter 2 of the class textMonday, January 30, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)What do you suppose is required for an object to accelerate?Journal: Classwork: - Review results of Quiz #1 Motion - Introduction to "Forces" Notes and Discussion (none)Homework: Friday, January 27, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Quiz #1 Motion - Movie, "Apollo-13" (none)Homework: Friday, January 27, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Quiz #1 Motion - Movie, "Apollo-13" (none)Homework: Thursday, January 26, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Design a simple distance-time graph, showing an object moving at a constant speed, then slowing down, followed by stopping for a while.Journal: Classwork: - Review for Quiz #1 tomorrow (none)Homework: QUIZ THIS FRIDAY! SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR STUDY GUIDE Thursday, January 26, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Design a simple distance-time graph, showing an object moving at a constant speed, then slowing down, followed by stopping for a while.Journal: Classwork: - Review for Quiz #1 tomorrow (none)Homework: QUIZ THIS FRIDAY! SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR STUDY GUIDE Wednesday, January 25, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Intepret the line graph below (see Mr. Bart for the graph)Journal: Classwork: - Practice with calculating acceleration. (Notes and examples) - Notes on "Interpreting Motion Graphs" (none)Homework: QUIZ THIS FRIDAY! SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR STUDY GUIDE Wednesday, January 25, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Intepret the line graph below (see Mr. Bart for the graph)Journal: Classwork: - Data Lab "What Can You Learn From A Graph?" pg. 73 - Graphing Motion Packet (none)Homework: QUIZ THIS FRIDAY! SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR STUDY GUIDE Tuesday, January 24, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6How might a graphed line of constant speed look like on a distance-time graph? Give a reason for its shape. And for acceleration or change in speed?Journal: Classwork: - Data Lab "What Can You Learn From A Graph?" pg. 73 - Graphing Motion Packet (none)Homework: QUIZ THIS FRIDAY! SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR STUDY GUIDE Tuesday, January 24, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)How might a graphed line of constant speed look like on a distance-time graph? Give a reason for its shape. And for acceleration or change in speed? Journal: Classwork: - Practice calculating acceleration (notes) - Notes on "Interpreting Motion Graphs" - Data Lab "What Can You Learn From A Graph?" pg. 73 (none)Homework: QUIZ THIS FRIDAY! SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR STUDY GUIDE Monday, January 23, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Lab: "Tennis Ball vs. Burt" - Finish drawing graphs and calculate the slope AND average speed for both the tennis ball and Burt Read pgs. 68-71 and answer Standards Check #1-7, pg. 72 DUE TOMORROWHomework: Monday, January 23, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Lab: "Tennis Ball vs. Burt" - Finish drawing graphs and calculate the slope AND average speed for both the tennis ball and Burt - Practice calculating acceleration (none)Homework: Friday, January 20, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Lab: "Tennis Ball vs. Burt" Read pgs. 68-71 and answer Standards Check #1-7, pg. 72 DUE NEXT TUESDAYHomework: Friday, January 20, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)(none)Journal: Classwork: - Lab: "Tennis Ball vs. Burt" (none)Homework: Thursday, January 19, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Continue working on Motion worksheet packet - correct together in class and turn in - Finish Materials check (period 6) Read pgs. 68-71 and answer Standards Check #1-7, pg. 72 DUE NEXT MONDAYHomework: Thursday, January 19, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)A skateboarder was travelling at 4.5 m/s and in 2.0 sec slows to only 1.0 m/s as he turns a corner to the right. Showing work, use the formula for acceleration to determine his acceleration.Journal: Classwork: - Review answers to "Formula Challenge" WS (none)Homework: Wednesday, January 18, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Describe three ways in which a person could accelerate while walking.Journal: Classwork: - Continue working on Motion worksheet packet - Notes on "Acceleration" with problem solving - Finish Materials check (none)Homework: Wednesday, January 18, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Showing work, use the formula for acceleration to determine the acceleration of a rocket starting from rest and reaching a velocity of 450 km/hr upward in just 8 sec. Journal: Classwork: - Review answers to homework (pg. 72) - Finish "Formula Challenge" WS and turn in. DUE TODAY (none)Homework: Tuesday, January 17, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Explain how slope on a distance-time graph actually represents average speed.Journal: Classwork: - Motion worksheet packet - Materials check Homework: - GC-10 (data table and line graph of results of tennis ball average speed lab) - DUE MONDAY (1/16) - Finish the Analysis and Conclusion sections only on the Tennis Ball Average Speed Lab (these questions can be found on the attached Lab Report Form found on Google Classroom (GC-10). You do not have to make a Thinking Map. ALL ANSWERS ARE TO BE PLACED INTO YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK! DUE TUESDAY (1/17)- MATERIALS CHECK ON TUESDAY (1/17) Tuesday, January 17, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)If a car has travelled 125 km in 2 hours, what would the slope of its graphed line be?Journal: Classwork: - Read pgs. 68-71, and answer "Standards Check" #1-7 pg. 72 - Materials Check - "Formula Challenge" WS Homework: - Standards Check #1-7, pg. 72 DUE TOMORROW Friday, January 13, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6(none)Journal: Classwork: - Lecture and notes on "Slope On a Distance-Time Graph" - Find the slope on your hand-drawn distance-time graphs Homework: - GC-10 (data table and line graph of results of tennis ball average speed lab) - DUE MONDAY (1/16) - Finish the Analysis and Conclusion sections only on the Tennis Ball Average Speed Lab (these questions can be found on the attached Lab Report Form found on Google Classroom (GC-10). You do not have to make a Thinking Map. ALL ANSWERS ARE TO BE PLACED INTO YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK! DUE TUESDAY (1/17)- MATERIALS CHECK ON TUESDAY (1/17) Friday, January 13, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Explain how slope on a distance-time graph actually represents average speed.Journal: Classwork: - Notes and practice on the subject of "Acceleration" Homework: - GC-11 (data table and line graph of results of tennis ball average speed lab) - Due Monday (1/16)- MATERIALS CHECK ON TUESDAY (1/17) Thursday, January 12, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Journal: (none)Classwork: - Design hand-drawn distance-time line graphs of the tennis ball average speed lab GC-10 (data table and line graph of results of tennis ball average speed lab) -Homework: Due Monday (1/16)Thursday, January 12, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: - Notes on "Slope on a Distance-Time Graph" - Practice finding slope on hand designed distance-time graphs from the tennis ball average speed lab. Homework: - GC-11 (data table and line graph of results of tennis ball average speed lab) - Due Monday (1/16)- Finish "Analysis" and "Conclusion" sections of the lab report in you lab notebook (See Google Classroom GC-11 for the attached lab report form. Wednesday, January 11, 2017Periods 1,4, and 6Journal: (none)Classwork: In the media center today designing a line graph of distance vs. time for our tennis ball average speed lab.Homework: (none) Wednesday, January 11, 2017Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: (none)Classwork: In the media center today designing a line graph of distance vs. time for our tennis ball average speed lab.Homework: (none) Tuesday, January 10, 2017Periods 1, 4, and 6Journal: What are some initial observations you can make about how the different ramp heights (slopes) affect the times you recorded? How did this affect the average speed of the tennis ball?Lab - "Average Speed with a Tennis Ball"Classwork: Homework: (none)________________________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday, January 10, 2017 Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: What are some initial observations you can make about how the different ramp heights (slopes) affect the times you recorded? How did this affect the average speed of the tennis ball?Lab - "Average Speed with a Tennis Ball"Classwork: Homework: (none)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Monday, January 9, 2017 Periods 1, 4, and 6Journal: What do you recall about "average speed," how it is calculated, and what tools are required to measure it?Lab - "Average Speed with a Tennis Ball"Classwork: Homework: (none)_________________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, January 9, 2017 Periods 3 and 5 (Honors)Journal: What do you recall about "average speed," how it is calculated, and what tools are required to measure it?Lab - "Average Speed with a Tennis Ball"Classwork: Homework: (none)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Contact:Phone: 310.241.1100 x1406 Fax: 310.514.9925 1501 South Cabrillo Avenue San Pedro, CA 90731 Send email: gsb0755@danams.net |