Period 1

2008-2009

Homework is listed by due date. Check this daily!

**Thurs 6/4**

Physics Game is due.

Proof of Rube Goldberg Project deadlines being met... (--WORK on project!) RubeGoldbergproject-Physics1.doc

Test corrections due FRIDAY 6/5 by 2:30.

**Tues 6/2**

Weekly summary is due

Bring in materials to finish making your physics game!

Work on your Rube Goldberg project!!! (You *will need* plenty of time to problem solve your project... So make sure you are working on it NOW!)

Test corrections are due on Thursday. You will not have any more class time to work on them.

**Tues 5/26**

Hope you had a good holiday!

Please complete the following survey:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=d7Q0w_2feaZmCsC6dV0imYNA_3d_3d

Weekly summary is due.

**Thurs 5/21**

Come to class ready to work on your Rube Goldberg Project. We will focus on creating a formal brainstorm, design (sketch w/labels), supply list, and time line.

**Tues 5/19**

Review packets are due: **Due: **#1 Practice CST, #2 Kinematics Review, #3 Force Review, #4 Energy & Momentum Review, #5 electricity & magnetism review

Any labs not turned in are due! ...If you're behind and have not turned in any labs yet, GET THEM TO ME ASAP for partial credit!

**Mon 5/11**

Weekly summary is due.

Energy and Momentum Review test is due.

**Tues 5/5**

Review Test is due. (All 51 questions). You should come to class ready to review it.

Weekly summary is due. Please include a paragraph about the challenges you faced during the CST (if you took it).

HW packet is due on Thursday!

**Due: **#1 WS: Magnetic Fields, #2 Ch. 21 problems, #3 CW: Transformers, #4 WS: Wave Superposition, #5 Wave Motion, #6 WS: Refraction,

**Wed 4/29**

Review is due. ReleasedQuestions2008.pdf

Please take the survey below and be sure to print the last page to get credit!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=W3X0WOcCqvnhkHksKZTQbQ_3d_3d

The validation code (password) is __ csusm__ (case sensitive)

**Mon 4/27**

Weekly summary is due.

WS: Refraction is due

Review is due. ReleasedQuestions2008.pdf

**Thur 4/23**

WS: Wave Motion is due. ws-WaveMotion.pdf

Lab: Waves is due w/MLWU.

Notes:

**Tues 4/22**

Weekly summary is due.

WS: Wave superposition is due.

READ chapter 12.3 and 13.1 (waves), be ready for a __ reading quiz__ on Tuesday!

Slinky labs are due on Thursday with **1** MLWU.

**Wed 4/15**

HW: Page 775 Problems #3 & 5; Page 778 Problems #1, 3, 5 (You may need to refer to sample problem #21B); Pg 779 Problems #2 & 4.

Electromagnet is due Friday 4/17.

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**Enjoy your spring break!!!**

--Check this video out... Supper Cool! (It's only silent for the first minute or so)

**Mon 4/13**

****READ the chapter on magnetism in your textbook, there will be a *READING* quiz on the material when you arrive back to class. The reading quiz will be designed to check that the material has been read, not that you can solve complicated problems about the material. Pay attention to key terms and concepts.***

Magnetic Fields worksheet is due. ws-magneticfieldsandforces.pdf

Check back here during week 2 and get your second hw assisgnment.

Weekly summary is due (if not already turned in).

** **EXTRA CREDIT**** Go to Balboa Park on Saturday April 4th and take a picture that shows you at the science festival and you will get extra credit!!! You can click on the link below to learn more about the event.

http://www.sdsciencefestival.com/

**Thurs 3/26 **

Lab: Magnetic Flux Lines is due with MLWU. Lab-MagneticFieldDirection.doc

Lab notebooks are due (with ALL LABS). Remember to include your formal investigation from Friday (see below).

**Tues 3/24**

Weekly summary is due.

Lab with formal write-up (and MLWU) is due on Thursday. Remember, you don't need a formal introduction, but you do need a hypothesis and clear identification of independent and dependent variables. You also need to include an extension to your lab__for further investigation.__

**Wed 3/18**

Homework packet is due (see above). Be sure to include your notes!

WS: Electrical Circuits, #2 WS:
Electricity (series circuits), #3 WS: Parallel Circuits, #4 WS: Combo
Circuits, #5: Electricity Review

Review sheet is due (assignment #5).

Test today on current & circuits.

**Mon 3/16**

Labs are due. See Thurs instructions.

WS: Combination circuits is due. For question 2 and 4, the voltage source is 10V.

WS: Electricity review... You should nearly be done with this... Even if you're not completely done... (I will check, but not stamp).

Weekly summary is due.

Extra Credit: ws-extracredit.doc is due today! Earn up to 20 points!!! Remember to review the electricity chapter(s) in your book... You might be enlightened...

**Thurs 3/12**

Labs are due (series & parallel) with MLWU by Monday. Be sure that these are done well! You
have had a lot of time to finish them so I will have very high
expectations for quality work. Remember, all final data tables should
be nice and neat, include descriptive tiles, and units. You MLWU
should also include an abstract! Lab-ParallelCircuits-Inquiry.docLab-SeriesCircuits.doc

WS: Parallel Circuits is due.ws-parallelcircuits.doc

**Mon 3/2**

Lab is due with MLWU.

Questions:

1.Using
Ohm’s Law that you developed during your last lab, calculate the resistance of:
R_{1}, R_{2}, and R_{Total across }

2.Select
3 different resistors (R_{1} ≠ R_{2} ≠ R_{3}) and
arrange them into a series circuit.Set
a total voltage across your circuit at 10 V (V_{T} = 10V).Measure the current through the circuit.**Calculate**
V_{1}, V_{2}, & V_{3} using the data already
collected.Once your calculation s are
done, ask your teacher to come check your work and you will then measure V_{1},
V_{2}, & V_{3}.Calculate the percent error in your theoretical values.

3.Describe/develop an equation that will calculate the total resistance of a circuit when resistors are in series.

4.What
did you notice about the current through your circuit? Why do you think this
is?Explain using the physics you’ve
already learned.

Weekly summary is due.

**Tues 2/24**

Ohms Lab is due with a MLWU.

All labs are due today.

Weekly summary is due.

**Fri 2/20**

Electricity Notes: Electricity-Student-Phys1.pdf

**LABS DUE on TUESDAY. **Light bulb lab is due on Tues with a MLWU. Lab-Lightbulbs.doc

Extra Credit: ws-extracredit.doc

__Homework Packet Due!!! __

**Due: **#1 Final Exam Test Corrections (20 points), #2
HW: Thermo Questions, #3 Mini-Lab w/hot-cold water, #4 HW: Pg 424 #1-6
in your text book, #5 WS1: Statics, #6 Coulomb's Force, #7 HW pg 647
& 652, #8 Warm-up Problems, #9 CW: Conceptual Physics-
Electrostatics, #10 Lab- E-fiel (25 points). **NOTES!!!!**

Lab: E-Field of Point Charges Lab-Vertuallab-Pointcharges.doc**Due on Friday 2/20.** (MLWU)

Java
Applet: Here is a Java Applet (computer program) that I would like you
to use to complete your homework over the weekend. I want you to
explore the electric field created by different arrangements of point
charges. Please download and install the program on a computer, ask
your parents for permission --before-- downloading. This file has been
scanned for viruses already.

**Wed 2/18**

Weekly Summary

Take Home TEST. M/C: ElectrostaticsAssessA.pdf(1.75 points each = 66 points total).

Take Home TEST- Free Response: Test-ElectrostaticsFreeResponseQuest.pdf (34 points total)

Be sure to SHOW YOUR WORK, even on the first part of the test. People who turn in a test without any work will receive a ZERO on the test. DO NOT talk to other students about the problems; however, you may use your book, notes, and e-mail me if you have questions.

Lab: E-Field of Point Charges Lab-Vertuallab-Pointcharges.doc**Due on Friday 2/20.**

Java
Applet: Here is a Java Applet (computer program) that I would like you
to use to complete your homework over the weekend. I want you to
explore the electric field created by different arrangements of point
charges. Please download and install the program on a computer, ask
your parents for permission --before-- downloading. This file has been
scanned for viruses already.

**Thurs 2/12**

HW: pg 647 # 1-3 & pg 652 #1

ALL Labs are due on Wed next week.

Quiz???

**Batteries??? **Today is the last day...

Java Applet: Here is a Java Applet (computer program) that I would like you to use to complete your homework over the weekend. I want you to explore the electric field created by different arrangements of point charges. Please download and install the program on a computer, ask your parents for permission --before-- downloading. This file has been scanned for viruses already.

Credits: http://www.vias.org/simulations/simusoft_efield.html

**Tues 2/10**

Weekly summary due.

Electroscope lab is due with a MLWU.

WS: Coulomb's Force is due. Remember to due problem #5 -- (a) Determine the force of gravity between a proton and an electron spaced 1 meter apart. (b) Determine the electrical force (Coulomb force) between a proton and an electron spaced 1 meter apart.

**Batteries???**

**Fri 2/6**

WS 1: Statics is due

Please bring in

a clear plastic cup

disposable aluminum pie pan OR a "foil ball" about the size of a golf ball

**Batteries??? **

**Wed 2/4**

HW: Practice problems on page 424 in your text book. #1-6.

__ Last problem in your note packet__. (See below if you need a copy).

Calorimetry lab with MLWU is due on Friday. Be sure to include a data table for: Qwater, Qobject, c(accepted), and percent error. You can either add them to the data table I gave you, or create a new data table.

c(iron) = 449 J/kg*C

c(aluminum) = 920 J/kg*C

c(plastic) =N/A

c(tile) =N/A

**Mon 2/2**

HW: Thermo Questions ws1--Introtothermoenergy.doc

Thermodynamics-StudentPhys1.pdf

Mini-Lab: You will need three bowls, pans, or some type of container.

1. Fill one bowl with hot tap water (be careful to make sure it is not scalding hot, you don't want to get burned).

2. Fill one bowl with cold tap water (or refrigerated tap water).

3. Fill one bowl with 1/2 hot and 1/2 cold tap water.

4. Place one in the cold water and one hand in the hot water at the same time. Keep your hand there for 30 -60 seconds.

5. Remove your hands and place both of them into the 1/2 and 1/2 water at the same time.

6. Record your observations in a couple of sentences.

**Thur 1/29**

Centripetal Force Lab is due with a MLWU. This must be IN YOUR NOTEBOOK. Be sure that all parts are correctly labeled, fit into the pages of your notebook, attached to your notebook (i.e. glue, tape...), all questions are answered, tables include titles and correct units, and that you have a sample calculation of each type of calculation you do. Calculations should include:

A descriptive title: Weight of Masses

The equation: F=ma=mg

Sample calculation: From trial #1: 0.100 kg * 9.8 m/s/s = 0.98 N

Notice that I ** used units** on my sample calculation!

Here is the lab if you need a new copy -or- if you want to type up your table (wink wink).

**,**even if you do type it up.

## Semester 1

**Due: **

**Assignments Due This Unit: **#1: WS: Work..., #2 WS: Work & Power, #3 CW: Work, Energy, & Power, #4 WS: Energy,#5: Work Energy Conceptual Problems, #6 Conservation of Energy, #7 Explanation of "Steel Spheres" demonstration, #8 Conservation of Momentum, #9 CW Conservation of Momentum (Problem @ bottom of the page), #10 WS: More Momentum (back side of #9), #11: Mini-lab Measuring Momentum, #12 Momentum Test Review, #13 Page about the physics of roller coasters,#14 Centripetal Acceleration, #15 Centripetal Force, #16 Universal Gravity, #17 Final Review

**Tues 1/20**

Final Project is due. Be sure to include your poster board/display board, written report, and if possible, your project.__If your project is to large to bring to school, that is ok... The pictures you took will do.__

Homework packet (see above) is due if not already turned in.

**Fri 1/16**

TEST: We are having a cumulative__test today on everything from first semester. It will be multiple choice and will probably take the entire period.__

**Wed 1/14**

Universal Gravity ws due

Project: You should be done with your formal paper today. Please bring a printed draft to put in your folder.

FINAL STUDY GUIDE: Here it is... This does not mean that there will not be anything else on the final, but this should serve as a good review of what we have learned this semester.

__Mon 1/12__

Centripetal Force ws is due

Centripetal Acceleration Lab is due with MLWU

Torque Lab is due with MLWU

Weekly summary is due

**EXTRA CREDIT:**
You can earn 25 points of extra credit -or- choose to replace any one
lab score... To do this you must build a water rocket that stays in the
air for at least 10 seconds and will allow an egg-o-naut to survive the
landing. See the lab outline for complete directions &
expectations.

__FRIDAY 1/9/09__

__ALL LABS __are due (NOT including centripetal acceleration or torque) TODAY before 2:30 pm. I WILL NOT grade any late labs after today.

__Thurs 1/8__

Centripetal Acceleration ws is due.

People Power Lab is due. (With MLWU)

1 page
(typed & single spaced -or- 2 pages double spaced, size 12 font)
summary of the physics involved with the egg drop. You should also
include a paragraph on *why* you thought that your set-up would work & prevent the egg from breaking. (If not already turned in).

Centripetal force lab is due on MONDAY.

HW: Centripetal Force ws is due on MONDAY.

**EXTRA CREDIT:** You can earn 25 points of extra credit -or- choose to replace any one lab score... To do this you must build a water rocket that stays in the air for at least 10 seconds and will allow an egg-o-naut to survive the landing. See the lab outline for complete directions & expectations.

__Tues Jan 6th 2009__

Momentum Lab is due today.

1 page (typed & single spaced -or- 2 pages double spaced, size 12 font) summary of the physics involved with the egg drop. You should also include a paragraph on *why* you thought that your set-up would work & prevent the egg from breaking.

**HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!**

__Fri 12/19__

** Project:** You should be done building your project. As proof, bring in a printed photo of your project with at least one team member in the photo. Place it in the project box at the beginning of class. Email me or stop in if you have any questions.

Momentum Test Review is due. Problems 1-11 only.

** QUIZ** today on momentum.

Egg drop contest today. If you have not already built your egg dropping contraption, you need to... Or you will receive a 0/50 on this assignment.

__Wed 12/17__

**Egg Drop Contest**-- Egg dropping device must be completed before class. Plan on us dong the competition *today!* Remember, you will be given 5 minutes only to secure your egg to your device. We will then drop the egg (with device) from a starting height of 1.5 m. If your egg survives, you move on to round two. If your egg breaks, you will be eliminated from the competition and loose points.

Quiz corrections are due (if not turned in last class).

WS on "More momentum" is due today, you should also be done with the front side of the mini-lab.

QUIZ (on Friday) about momentum.

Physics social on Fri? Come to class ready food, fun, and physics!

__Mon 12/15__

WS on conservation of momentum is due

Lab: Lab-eggdropcontest.DOC is now posted if you want to get a head start.

Weekly summary is due.

XKCD**-- **http://xkcd.com/85/

**Thur 12/11**

Lab - People Power is due with MLWU

Explenation of how/why the Steel sphere demonstration worked. This should be a thourough explenation using the concepts you have learned and know.

**Tue 12/9**

WS on Conservation of Energy is due

Force Quiz corrections are due

Weekly summary is due

**Fri: 12/5**

WS on Energy is due.

PROJECT**:** Design should be completed by * TODAY*. Remember to check the guidelines for my expectations and be ready to turn work in.

**Wed 12/3**

WS: Work & Power is due

PROJECT**:** Design should be completed by * Friday December 5th*. Remember to check the guidelines for my expectations and be ready to turn work in.

Notes: Energy-Student.ppt or Energy-Student-Phys1.pdf

**Mon 12/1**

Happy Turkey Day!!!

Worksheet on *work* is due. You are expected to read Chapters 5.1-5.2 (pg. 167-178) to help you answer these questions.

PROJECT: Design should be completed by Friday December 5th. Remember to check the guidelines for my expectations and be ready to turn work in.

Extra credit is due.

Take a picture of you enjoying Thanksgiving break with your family. Explain the physics (to the best of your ability) involved in the activity that you and your family are partaking in. Attach the photo to a piece of paper and your explanation underneath. Your explanation should be typed. Points will be awarded for accuracy (of physics), creativeness, and appearance.

**Assignments Due This Unit:** #1: Vectors II, #2 WS1 Vectors, #3Graphical Addition of Vectors, #4 Vector Components, #5 Vector Mapping, #6 Textbook Problems, #7 WS Projectile Motion (Conceptual), #8 Pre-Lab Bull's Eye, #9 WS Projectile Motion, #10 WS Graphing Projectile Motion, #11 Lab: Punting Around, #12 WS Forces, #13 Newtons' Laws, #14 Friction. #15 Multiple Choice Force Problems (not titled), #16 Newton's 3rd Law and Friction, #17 Test Review Packet.

**Thur 11/20**

Research for project is due. Your group needs to have a bibliography for at least 10 sources.

I will be collecting labs and homework today. Please have it all ready to turn in. Remember to include your notes...

Quiz Today on Forces (expect some application to kinematics as well).

Test Review is due.

**Tues 11/18**

Weekly summary is due.

Be sure that the worksheets from Friday are done. COME IN for help if you need it!!!

**Fri 11/14**

Brainstorming Due: __Friday November 14__

Group Members & Group Name Due: __Friday November 14__

WS: Newton's 3rd Law and Friction

WS: Multiple Choice Force Problems (not tilte on top)

**Wed 11/12**

Weekly summary is due.

Lab on Lab-Forces.doc is due. Include a MLWU.

Lab on Friction is due Friday 11/14. Include a MLWU.

HW #14 Friction is due.

**Fri 11/7**

Do the worksheet on ws-newtonslaws1.pdf.

Lab on Lab-Forces.doc is **due on Wed 11/12**.

Notes. You do not need to print all 62 slides... You can print what you feel is appropriate, but I expect one member from each group to have at least one copy of all the notes. Forces--Student.ppt or Forces--Student-Phys1pgs1-34.pdf &/or Fores--Student-Phys1pgs35-62.pdf

Start thinking about what you can do for a physics project. It will be open to anything we have studies/will study this semester.

**Wed 11/5**

Notes. You do not need to print all 62 slides... You can print what you feel is appropriate, but I expect one member from each group to have at least one copy of all the notes. Forces--Student.ppt or Forces--Student-Phys1pgs1-34.pdf &/or Fores--Student-Phys1pgs35-62.pdf

Complete ws on forces/newton's 1st law. WS-Forces.doc

Start thinking about what you can do for a physics project. It will be open to anything we have studies/will study this semester.

**Mon 11/ 3**

__Take home test is due__ on vectors and 2D motion. Remember, I am trusting that you will work by yourself to complete the test. If you need to use your textbook or notes that is OK, but you may not work with other students/people. Failure to due so will result in a loss of 100 pts from the class, a referral to the office & possibly Sat. school.

Punting around lab is due. You only need to complete the worksheet -- there is no write up of any kind required. Please show ALL CALCULATIONS (and at least one sample of how you converted from yards to meters).

Revisions for the Bull's Eye lab are due.

Weekly summary is due.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

**Thurs 10/30**

__ Extra credit due by today.__Golflab-ExtraCredit.doc -- You may use a soccer ball, football, basketball... as long as it is kicked up into the air at some angle from the ground... i.e. projectile motion!

Formal lab tables (with calculations) and discussion/conclusion is due today. See Writing a Formal Lab Report. Come to class with any questions on Tuesday.

Worksheet on graphing projectile motion is due.

Quiz corrections are due on Monday 11/3.

**Tues 10/ 28**

Print notes: 2-DMotionStudentP1.ppt or 2-DMotionStudentPhys1.pdf

Complete ws on projectile motion #1-5. ws-ProjectileMotion.doc

__ Extra credit due by Thursday.__Golflab-ExtraCredit.doc -- You may use a soccer ball or football as long as it is kicked up into the air at some angle from the ground... i.e. projectile motion!

Formal lab tables and discussion/conclusion is due on Thursday. See Writing a Formal Lab Report. Come to class with any questions on Tuesday.

**Fri 10/24**

Test correction are due.

**Wed 10/22**

We will continue working on the Bull's Eye lab today. Be ready to come in and finish.

__ QUIZ__ today on vectors. Absence is not an excuss for not being ready. If you have questions/concerns, see me well before class!

**Mon 10/20**

Weekly summary is due.

WS on vector review is due and 2 D conceptual problems are due.

Bulls Eye lab will be started today.

**Thur 10/16**

Problems from your textbook are due. Page 69: #1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 33, 37, 41, 43, 45, 51, 53, 55, & 65.

Test corrections are due back by **FRIDAY 10/17** (We do not have class on Friday, due by 3:00).

**Tues 10/14**

Weekly summary is due.

Vector components.pdf worksheet is due.

**Fri 10/10**

WS on vector addition is due. Vector-addition.pdf

CW on vector addition is due.

**Wed 10/8**

Vectors II worksheet is due. VectorAdditionPractice2.pdf

Try the trig example problems before coming to class. We will work on them together during class.

**Mon 10/6**

Grades have been posted.

Weekly summary is due. Be sure to include a little insight on what you found most challenging about the test we took on Thurs. and what you could have done and I could have done to prepare you better.

Reaction Time lab is due with MLWU. Lab-Reactiontime.doc or Lab-Reactiontime.pdf

Please print notes: Vectors_Student-4.pdf or Vectors-Student.ppt

**Thur 10/2**

Test Review sheet is due.

Test on 1D motion is on Thursday.

**All **hw/cw will be collected on Thursday. Please organize them by due date (you can scroll down to see the due dates of assignments in order).

**Tues 9/30**

Weekly summary is due.

Worksheet on graphing is due: graphingmotion.pdf

Reaction Time lab is due __ Monday 10/6__: Lab-Reactiontime.doc or Lab-Reactiontime.pdf

* Test on Thursday 10/2.* All homework/classwork and notes will be collected this day.

**Extra Credit Due TODAY:**

__This is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday!__

**Fri 9/26**

WS Free fall Problems.doc or WSFreefallProblems.pdf are due.

**Extra Credit Due Tuesday:**

Take a picture of you performing an activity and describe the physics involved as it relates to our current discussions/topics. You should attach (or print) the picture onto a piece of paper and include a written description of the physics. Things to focus on are: distance, displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, "g."__This is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday!__

**Wed 9/24**

WS#2 is due. WS21-DMotionProblems.doc or WS21-DMotionProblems.pdf

Paper Airplane lab (doc) (Lab-PaperAirplane.pdf) will be due on Wed 9/24. You should include **formal data tables **(typed) and a MLWU.

**Mon 9/22**

Problems are due. 1-DMotionProblems.doc or 1-DMotionProblems.pdf

Weekly summary is due.

Paper Airplane lab (doc) (Lab-PaperAirplane.pdf) will be due on Wed 9/24. You should include **formal data tables **(typed) and a MLWU.

Grades are posted.

**Thur 9/18**

Lab-Rolling Tennis Ball is due today. Include your mini lab write-up and all questions answered. Please attach your write up to your lab (so format your page so it will fit!).

Paper Airplane lab (doc) (Lab-PaperAirplane.pdf) will be due on Wed 9/24. You should include **formal data tables **(typed) and a MLWU.

Problems 1-3 are due next class. 1-DMotionProblems.doc or 1-DMotionProblems.pdf

**Tues 9/16**

Please **print **note packet: 1-DMotion.ppt (power point) **or**1-D Motion.pdf (pdf file)

Weekly summary is due.

Lab-Rolling Tennis Ball will be due on Thursday 9/18. Include your mini lab write-up and all questions answered. Please attach your write up to your lab (so format your page so it will fit!).

Please take a minute and watch the following video: http://www.vimeo.com/1431471

Check your Algebra Review Sheet with AlgebraReviewSolutions.pdf.

__ EXTRA CREDIT:__ Have you parents come to back to school night and sign in and meet me!!! That's all you've got to do. (DUE Tuesday 9/16)

**Fri 9/12**

Algebra packet is due (#10, 16 & 20 are extra credit!).

Please read the Lab-Rolling Tennis Ball before class. You should have a written procedure on *how* you and your group will assure that your tennis ball has the same velocity at the beginning of each trial run. Remember to **dress appropriately** --we will be outside today.

Quiz corrections are due.

Please watch the following video: http://www.vimeo.com/1431471

**Wed 9/10**

Measurement lab is due today. Be sure to include a mini lab write-up.

Bring your second lab notebook to class today (we will start another lab).

Skim Ch. 2 paying close attention to: distance, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration.

**Mon 9/8**

Weekly summary is due.

Quiz today on math review.

**Thur 9/4 **

Study for math quiz. Come in and see me if you have questions/problems.

Remember to BRING YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK(S)!!!

**Tues 9/2**

Skittles Lab is due. (Be sure to include your mini lab write-up).

Weekly summary is due.

Practice problem set is due.

Bring in LAB NOTEBOOKS (spiral bound or composition), I will check today!!!

**Fri 8/29**

__Extra Credit:__

Have your parents email me with the following heading:

Period, Students Name

Inside the email please have your parents include their name, phone number, and best way to contact them (email, phone, mail...)

**Thur 8/28**

Read Chapter 1.1-1.3

Skittles Lab is due on Tuesday 9/2

Bring in lab notebooks (spiral bound notebook -or- composition book).

**Tues 8/26**

Read Syllabus and Physics Safety Contract. Sign and have signed by guardian.

Finish Firstdayquestions. (Personal Info)

Bring lab notebook (spiral bound -or- composition book).

Note: Composition books are better! If you are unable to get one before class, remember to contact me well before class starts!

Extra Credit: Due Friday 8/29

Have your parents email me with the following heading:

Period, Students Name

Inside the email please have your parents include their name, phone number, and best way to contact them (email, phone, mail...)