Week of April 9 - 13
Monday - Prepare study guides for Chapters 21 - 22 ( I will give you a format like last time)
Tuesday - Chapter 21 - 22 Test
Wednesday - Video Lecture, Chapter 23
Thursday - finish video lecture, Chapter 23
Friday - Problem worksheet, practice of thermodynamics
Homework: Chapter 24 notes and Review Questions and Plug and Chug, due Friday, 4/13.
Week of April 2 -6 . Spring Break!!
If you wish to improve your test score, Chapters 9-11, you may do so. Here's how: Figure out the correct answer to the questions you missed, write a 1-2 sentence statement as to why the answer is correct. You will receive .5 pts. for each corrected question. Due Tuesday, 4/10.
Week of March 26 - March 30
Monday - Go over Chapter 21 review questions. Tuesday - Video Lecture, Chapter 22, Heat Transfer
Wednesday - Video Lecture, Chapter 23, Change of Phase
Thursday - Heat Transfer and Change of Phase Discussion, go over review questions
Friday - Heat Transfer Lab activity
NOTE: Chapter 24, Thermodynamics will be addressed in class after Spring Break.
Week of March 19 - March 23
Monday - Meet with Mrs. Sassin
Tuesday - Video Lecture, Chapter 21, Temperature, Heat, and Expansion
Wednesday - finish Video Lecture
Thursday - Heat Demos.
Friday - Ski Day
Homework: Continue reading and taking notes on Chapters 21 - 24. Review questions 1-18, Chap. 21
due Monday, 3/26. (Review questions for chapters 22 & 23 will be due Thursday, 3/29)
Week of March 12 - March 16
Monday - Finish Bouyancy Lab, answered questions due Tues., 3/13
Tuesday - Correct Review Questions for Chapters 17 - 20 (last week's homework)
Wednesday - Worksheet for special laws and terms associated with Phases of Matter
Thursday - Quiz on Chapters 17 - 20
Friday - MOCK TRIAL - GO TIGERS!, I mean SQUIRRELS!!
Getting Ahead: We will start our unit on Thermodynamics. Start reading Chapters 21-24.
Week of March 5 - March 9 (revised 3/5)
Monday - answer questions on Chapters 9-11. Work on study guides
Tuesday - Chapter 9,10.11 Test
Wed. - Phases of Matter Lab Activities - Density, Elasticity, Tension & Compression
Thurs. - Phases of Matter Lab Activities - Archimedes, Pascal, Boyle and Bernoulli
Friday - Discussion of special properties of each phase of matter
HOMEWORK: Review Questions (1st section), Chapters 17-20, odds only. Due Fri., 3/9
Week of Feb. 26 - March 2 (revised)
Monday - Review/discussion of Properties of Matter. Clarification of any misunderstandings.
Tuesday - Phases of Matter Lab with informal write-up. DUE: Wed.
Wednesday - Readdress Circular Motion and Rotational Mechanics. Do problems in class to verify understanding.
Hmwk: Prepare a study guide for Chapters 8-11. DUE: Monday
Thursday - Review and prepare for Chapter 8 - 11 Test
Friday - Chapters 8 - 11 Test .
Due to the shortened day on Tuesday, we did not get through our Phases Lab so everything will be delayed by one day. Therefore..... the test in not until Monday - yay!!
Week of Feb. 19 - 23 - President's Week vacation
Reading assignment: Read Chapters 17 through 20, Properties of Matter
Suggested (not graded but a good idea) assignment: Do the Review Questions for each chapter.
We will be covering this unit quickly as it is either a review/preview of chemistry. You will not understand the following units however unless you have a basic knowledge of atoms, electrons, electrical charges, and how they behave.
Week of Feb. 12 - 16
Monday - Chapter 11 Lecture notes, Rotational Mechanics
Hmwk: Ch. 11 Cornell notes - DUE Tues., 2/13
Ch. 11 Problems, pg. 165, 1-22, all. DUE Friday, 2/16
Tuesday - EGG DROP!!
We will stage our contest to see which group managed to create a more efficient apparatis to protect their egg.
REMEMBER: You are to do an informal lab write-up for this. You must explain the physics behind the activity but do not need to write out sections such as materials and procedure. (Be sure you review the concepts of momentum, impulse, inelastic collisions, kinetic energy, and don't forget the difference between force and mass, N vs. kg)
Wednesday - Mock Trial
You will all miss class, but need to continue with homework problems.
Thursday - Ski Day
Friday - Lecture/Discussion - Review Circular Motion and then connect to Rotational Mechanics. Review homework problems.
Week of Feb. 5 - Feb. 9
Monday - Chapter 10 Lecture notes, Center of Gravity
Hmwk: Ch. 10 Review, questions 1-37, evens
Tuesday - finish lecture notes
review chapter review questions - 1-37, evens
Wednesday - Center of Gravity activity (with sub)
Thursday - no physics - Ski Day
Friday - Turn in Center of Gravity activity.
Ch. 9 & 10 Quiz
Week of Jan. 29 - Feb. 2
Monday - Lecture/Notes Cicular Motion
Tuesday - Circular Motion Lab activity
Wednesday - Circular Motion Lab (day 2)
Thursday - Circular Motion lab analysis questions - ck for understanding
Friday - no physics
Weekly Homework - Read Chapter 10 and take Cornell notes
Week of Jan. 22-26
Monday - Finish going over Energy, Ch. 8, homework
Hmwk: Prepare Study Guide for Wed. quiz
Tuesday - Work on Egg Drop Challenge
Hmwk: Study Guide for quiz, prepare formula table also
Wed. - Chapter 8 Quiz
Hmwk: Read Ch. 9 with Cornell notes, Due Friday, 1/26
Chapter Assessment questions, All - Due Mon., 1/29
Thursday - Lecture notes for Ch. 9, Circular Motion
Hmwk: finish notes for Ch. 9
Friday - Ch. 9 problems and demo.
Week of Jan. 15 - 19 Energy
Homework: Read and Cornell Chapter 8 - Energy, pgs 103-119
Do Chapter Assessment, questions 1-47 (all)
Due Thursday, 1/18
Monday: No School
Tuesday: Video Lecture (with sub)
Wednesday: Egg Drop - demo. and presentation of project
Thursday: Review homework and problems
Friday: Work on Egg Drop
Week of Nov. 27 - Dec. 1 Monday - Free-Body Diagrams - Bring computer to class
Class: Read Holt, pgs. 122-123
Hmwk: Free-Body Diagrams worksheets, due Wed. 11/29
Tuesday - Calculating Net Forces
Class: Read Holt, pgs. 126 - 127. CP practice pgs. 5-3,5-4
Wednesday - Friction
Class: Read Holt, pgs. 135 - 140
Discuss coefficients of friction and overcoming friction
Work problems 1-3, pg 139 and 1-4, pg 141
Hmwk: Read Chapter 6, Blue Book, take Cornell notes, due Friday
Thursday - Newton's Third Law
Class: Video, Newton's 3rd Law
Friday - Introduction of Performance Task Assignment
Due to minimum days and my absence, class activities have changed.
Mon.- Free-Body Diagrams, Tues. - video lecture, Wed. - video lecture, Thurs. - calculating net forces
Week of Dec. 4 - Dec. 8 Momentum
Monday, 12/4 Class: Finish Force worksheets
Hmwk: Read Conceptual Physics, Chapter 7 Momentum, take Cornell notes, DUE Thurs., 12/7
Tuesday, 12/5 . Class: Discuss coefficients of friction and how to calculate
Hmwk: Finish friction worksheets
Wednesday, 12/6 . Class: Momentum video
Thursday, 12/6 . Class: Momentum Lab
Friday, 12/7 . Class: Momentum worksheets and problems
Monday - Review Balloon lab adding angles to demonstration (with sub)
Tuesday - Balloon lab exploring effects of angles on friction and reactions
Wednesday - Review Newton's 1st and 2nd Law concepts
Thursday - work on Newton's 1st and 2nd Law math problems
Friday - Quiz on Newton's 1st and 2nd Law
Week of Nov. 6-10
Monday - Turn in Equilibrium worksheets. Review worksheet answers.
Watch video on Newton's 2nd Law.
Homework: Due Mon., 11/13. Read pgs. 130-134 in Holt, take Cornell notes, do questions on pg. 134.
Read Ch. 5 in blue book, take Cornell notes, answer Review Questions,
pg. 71, 1-18.
Tuesday - Finish lecture video
Net Force activity, class discussion on forces and acceleration.
Wednesday - Practice force and acceleration problems.
Thursday - Turn in week's homework. Review concepts. Go over Study Guide.
Friday - Veteran's Day. No School.