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Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.
Tuesday X Block (rm E-5)
Everyday both lunches (Room E-9)


Monday
3-12-18
Learning target: Students will review classroom procedures
OA: Board Question Explanation
Topics
Pass out paperwork
Pick up textbook
Homework:
None
Reminders
Parent Signature due 3-19
Unit 1 Exam
Cedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28
Tuesday
3-13-18
Learning Target: Today I am applying the kinematic equations to circular motion. I am also converting revolutions to radians, and adding the new quantity period.
OA: Write down the kinematic linear equations for velocity and acceleration.
Topics:
New Symbols for Angular Motion
Equations that relate the old symbols to new symbol
Tangential quantities vs. Angular quantities
a vs alpha
Converting rev/min to rad/s
Homework:
**Chapter 7 Questions 5,7 (page 214) problems 2,5,7 (page 214 too!)**
Reminders:
Parent Signature due 3-19
Unit 1 Exam
Cedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28
Wednesday
3-14-18
Learning Target: Today I am applying the kinematic equations to circular motion. I am also converting revolutions to radians.
OA: Notes 3/4/6 (we will do 5 together)
Topics:
Finish tangential vs. angular
Which path will an object pick?
Homework:
**Chapter 7 Questions 5, 7 (page 214) problems 2, 5, 7 (page 214 too!)**
Reminders
Parent Signature due 3-19
Unit 1 Exam
Cedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28
Thursday
3-15-18
Learning Target: Today I am discovering what the direction and magnitude of a centripetal force depends on.
OA: Use a computer to investigate Circular Motion and answer questions 7-13 in your notes.
Topics:
Centripetal Force
Centripetal/radial acceleration
Homework:
Chapter 7 Questions 1,17 (pages 213-214) problems 10,16 (page 214 too!)
Reminders:
Parent Signature due 3-19
Unit 1 Exam
Cedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28
Friday
3-16-17
Learning Target: Today I am applying centripetal acceleration, to both constant speed and constant angular acceleration motions.
OA: A net force parallel to a velocity causes an object to speed up or slow down. What does a net force perpendicular to a velocity cause an object to do?
Topics
Wrap up Centripetal/radial acceleration
Start Free bodies for circular motion
Homework
Chapter 7 questions 12,15 (page 214) ,problems21,23,51,(page 215)+
Reminders:
Parent Signature due 3-19
Unit 1 Exam
Cedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28