IT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELP

USE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED. 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

WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL AP PHYSICS BTHIS WEBSITE WILL BE YOUR BEST FRIENDIT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELPUSE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED.Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.Tuesday X Block (rm E-5)Everyday both lunches (Room E-9)Monday3-12-18Learning target: Students will review classroom proceduresOA: Board Question ExplanationTopicsPass out paperworkPick up textbookHomework:NoneRemindersParent Signature due 3-19Unit 1 ExamCedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28Tuesday3-13-18Learning 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 MotionEquations that relate the old symbols to new symbolTangential quantities vs. Angular quantitiesa vs alphaConverting rev/min to rad/sHomework:**Chapter 7 Questions 5,7 (page 214) problems 2,5,7 (page 214 too!)**Reminders:Parent Signature due 3-19Unit 1 ExamCedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28Wednesday3-14-18Learning 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. angularWhich path will an object pick?Homework:**Chapter 7 Questions 5, 7 (page 214) problems 2, 5, 7 (page 214 too!)**RemindersParent Signature due 3-19Unit 1 ExamCedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28Thursday3-15-18Learning 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 ForceCentripetal/radial accelerationHomework:Chapter 7 Questions 1,17 (pages 213-214) problems 10,16 (page 214 too!)Reminders:Parent Signature due 3-19Unit 1 ExamCedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28Friday3-16-17Learning 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?TopicsWrap up Centripetal/radial accelerationStart Free bodies for circular motionHomeworkChapter 7 questions 12,15 (page 214) ,problems21,23,51,(page 215)+Reminders:Parent Signature due 3-19Unit 1 ExamCedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28