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 (rm E-4)

Please bring your textbook, calculator and a pencil/pen to class. Here is our approximate schedule; I'll update it as we go. Notice anything underlined is linked to the relevant documents.

Monday 9-5-16 Labor Day

Tuesday 9-6-16 Learning target: Students will be able to apply Physics sub areas to real life examples. Opening Activity: Survey Topics: Syllabus Please bring Textbook, pencil/pen What is physics? Measurements in experiments Start Unit Conversions Homework: Worksheet Day One in class Read Chapter 1 Section 1 The Topics of Physics page 4,5 Reminders Parent Signature due 9-12 Exam 1 9-15

Wednesday 9-7-16 Learning target: Students will be able to apply and explain dimensional analysis to unit conversions. Opening Activity: Page 27 Review Question #1 Topics: Homework checked Continue Unit Conversions The Language of Physics Homework: Worksheet Day Two Read Chapter 1 Section 1-2 Numbers as Measurements pages 10-13 Reminders Parent Signature due 9-12 Exam 1 9-15

Thursday 9-8-16 Learning target: Students will be able to apply Graphical Analysis to lab data. Opening Activity: page 14 #1 of Practice 1A Topics: Homework checked Wrap up the language of Physics with Lab Measurement/ Graphing Lab Homework: Measurement/ Graphing Lab Read Chapter 1 Section 1-3 Mathematics and Physics pages 20-25 Reminders Parent Signature due 9-12 Exam 1 9-15

Monday 9-12-15 Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast speed verse velocity. Opening Activity: Compare and contrast distance and displacement. Topics: Collect parent Signature Sheet Review Sheet for first Exam handed out Measurement/Graphing Lab: Collected Continue Motion in One- Dimension: Speed versus Velocity Homework: Complete in class Read Chapter 2-1 Motion, Displacement, velocity pages 40-43 Chapter 1 page 14 Practice 1A problem: 2,3,4 Chapter 2 Review and Assess Page 69 Problem 6 Reminders Exam 1 9-15 Journal due 9-16

Tuesday 9-13-15 Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze position/time graphs. Opening Activity: Chapter 2 page 44 #3 Topics: Homework check/ Presentation Speed versus velocity position time graphs Homework: Chapter 2 page 44 problems 3,4,6 complete in class Chapter 2 page 69 problems 1,3,4,5 Reminders Exam 1 9-15 Journal due 9-16

Wednesday 9-14-16 Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze position/time graphs. Opening Activity: pg 47 #3 Topics: Homework check/Presentation position time graphs wrap up Discuss Review Sheet Do Moving Man Lab Homework: Study for Exam 1 Reminders Exam 1 9-15 Journal due 9-16

Thursday 9-15-16 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 1. Opening Activity: pg 47 #4 Topics: Exam Chapter One + Chapter 2-1 (only section one) Homework: None Reminders Journal due 9-16

Friday 9-16-16 Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze velocity/time graphs. Compare and contrast speed and velocity. Topics: Velocity time graph notes Homework: Chapter 2 page 69 # 2,10 Page 49 Practice 2B # 2,3,5 Read Chapter 2-2 page 48-54 Reminders Exam 2 9-30

Monday 9-19-16 Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze velocity/time graphs. Opening Activity: page 70 Review and Assess #14 Topics: Homework Check/ Presentation Velocity time graphs Homework : Chapter 2 page 71 Review and Assess problems 20,21,22,30 due Wednesday Reminders Exam 2 9-30

Tuesday 9-20-16 Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze velocity/time graphs. Opening Activity: Meet in Room A-5 Topics: Graphing Matching Lab Homework: Graph Matching Lab due Friday Reminders Graph Matching Lab 9-23 Exam 2 9-3

Wednesday 9-21-16 Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast position/time graphs and velocity/time graphs. Opening Activity: Suppose a treadmill has an average acceleration of 4.7 X 10-3 m/s2. How much does its speed change after 5.0 min? Topics Fill out Position Time vs Velocity Time Graphs Chart Work with groups on Graphing Lab and Graphing Chart Homework Graphing Lab due Friday Reminders Exam 2 9-30

Thursday 9-22-16 Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast position/time graphs and velocity/time graphs. Opening Activity: If a passenger train is traveling on a single track with a negative velocity and a positive acceleration, is it speeding up or slowing down? Topics: Discuss lab questions Pass out review sheet Discuss Constant Acceleration equations notes Homework: page 53 Practice 2C problems 2, 5 page 55 Practice 2D problems 1, 4 page 58 Practice 2E problem 2 Graph Matching Lab Due Friday 9-25 Reminders Exam 2 9-30

Friday 9-23-16 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply free fall. Opening Activity: page 53 Practice 2C #4 Topics: Homework check Freefall Video Freefall Homework: Read Chapter 2-3 pages 60-64 page 64 Practice 2F problems 2,3 page 65 Section Review problems 1,3,4 Graph Matching Lab due Reminders Exam 2 9-30

Monday 9-26-16 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply vector addition to real life scenarios. Opening Activity: page 64 Practice 2F #4 Topics: Homework check Wrap up Free Fall Vector Addition Homework: Page 87 Section Review problems 1, Page 91 Practice 3A problem 1, 2 Page 114 Practice Problem 23 Read Chapter 3 section 1-2 pages 84-97 Reminders Exam 2 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Tuesday 9-27-16 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply vector addition to real life scenarios. Opening Activity page 114 Problem 22 Topics: Vector Components Homework: Page 94 Practice 3B problem 6 Page 97 Practice 3C problems 1, 3 Page 114 practice problem 29+ Finish Notes Number 13, 14 (if you didn't do them in class) Reminders Exam 2 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Wednesday 9-28-16 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply vector addition to real life scenarios. Opening Activity: page 114 Practice problem 24 Topics: Vector AdditionLab Homework: Vector Addition lab due Monday Reminders Exam 2 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Thursday 9-29-16 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply the component method to real life scenarios. Opening Activity: page 114 Practice problem 26 Topics: Component Method Review Review Sheet Homework: Study for Exam 2 Vector Addition lab due Monday Reminders Exam 2 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Friday 9-30-16 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 2. Opening Activity: Explain the steps to the component method. Topics: Collect Journal Exam #2 Chapter 2 (all) + Chapter 3 Homework: Read and outline pages 88-96 Vector Addition lab due Monday Reminders

Monday 10-3-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 114 Question 18 Topics: Projectile Motion Horizontal Homework : Read Chapter 3-3 pages 98-104 page 105 Section Review problem 1 page 102 practice 3D problems 1, 2 page 114 Projectile Motion Review Questions 30, 33 Reminders Exam 3 10-10

Tuesday 10-4-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: Describe projectile motion. Topics: Projectile Motion Inquiry Activity Homework : Projectile Motion Webquest Reminders Exam 3 10-11

Wednesday 10-5-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 115 problem 35 Topics: Homework Check Discuss Projectile Motion at an angle Homework: Page 104 Practice 3E problems 1, & 3 Reminders: Exam 3 10-11

Thursday 10-6-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 115 Practice problems 36 Topics: Homework Check Pass out Review and Practice Problems Homework: page 102 practice 3D problems 3 & 4 page 105 Section Review problem 3 Reminders: Exam 3 10-11

Friday 10-7-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: Compare and contrast horizontal and angled projectile motion problems. Topics: Homework Check Projectile Motion Lab Part 1 and 2 Homework: Projectile Lab due Tuesday Reminders: Exam 3 10-11

Monday 10-10-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 117 practice problem 58 "a" only Topics: Homework Check Work on review and lab Homework: Projectile Lab Due Tuesday Reminders: Exam 3 10-11

Tuesday 10-11-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 3 concepts. Opening Activity: None Topics: Hand in Lab Component Method and Projectile Motion Exam 3 Homework: Read Chapter 4 section 1 and 2 pages 124-135 Page 151 Review Questions 1-4 Reminders: Journal due Friday Exam 4 10-25

Wednesday 10-12-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply forces conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 128 #2 Topics: Homework Check Inertia What is a Force? Free body diagrams Introduce Newton's 1st Law with Demonstrations Lab Homework: Page 151 Review Questions 1-4 Page 128 Section review 3 Page 135 Section Review 1,2,3 Reminders: Journal due Friday Exam 4 10-25

Thursday 10-13-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 1st Law conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: Draw the free body diagram for the car being towed on page 127. Topics: Homework Check Do Newton's 1st Law with DemonstrationsLab Homework: Finish Lab Reminders: Exam 4 10-25 Journal Due Friday

Friday 10-14-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 128 Section Review problems 5,6 Topics: Newton's Second Law Weight Adding force vectors at angles Homework: page 133 Practice 4A problems 1, 2, 3 page 138 Practice 4B problems 1,2,3 Reminders: Exam 4 10-25 Journal Due Friday

Monday 10-17-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 3rd Law conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 133 Practice 4A problem 4 Topics: Hand in Journal Newton's Third Law Normal Force Types of Friction Homework: page 138 Practice 4B 4, 5 page 140 Section Review 2, 3, 5 Reminders: Exam 4 10-25

Tuesday 10-18-16 Students will be able explain and apply types of friction conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: page 145 Practice 4C 3 Topics: Types of Friction Free body Diagrams with friction Homework: page 149 Section Review 4 page 147 Practice 4D 1, 2, 4 page 138 Practice 4B 4, 5 Reminders: Exam 4 10-25

Wednesday 10-19-16 Students will be able explain and apply types of friction conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: PSAT Topics:

PSAT Homework: PSAT Reminders: Exam 4 10-25

Thursday 10-20-16 Students will be able explain and apply types of friction conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: Opening Activity: page 147 Practice 3 Topics: Wrap up Types of Friction Free body Diagrams with friction Homework: Chapter 4 page 151 Practice problem 10 Chapter 4 page 152 Practice problems 38, 39, 42,43 Reminders: Exam 4 10-25

Friday 10-21-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law conceptually and mathematically Opening Activity: none Topics: Newton's 2nd Law Lab due Monday Homework : Work on Lab Reminders: Exam 4 10-25

Monday 10-24-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law conceptually and mathematically Opening Activity: page 153 Conceptual question 34 Topics: 2nd Newton Law Lab Practice Problem worksheet Homework: 2nd Newton Law Lab due Wednesday Reminders: Exam 4 10-25

Tuesday 10-25-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 4 concepts Opening Activity: Compare and contrast static and kinetic friction. Topics: Hand in Lab Take Exam 4 Homework: None Reminders: Journal due Friday

Wednesday 10-26-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply work conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: Compare and contrast static and kinetic friction Topics Hand in Lab Start Work-Energy What is Work? finding work done by a force Homework: Read Chapter 5 section 1 pages 168-171 Chapter 5 Practice 5A page 170, problems 1-3 Chapter 5 Section Review page 171 problem 5 Reminders: Journal Due Friday

Thursday10-27-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Work Energy Theorem conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: Page 171 Section Review questions 1,3 Topics: Homework Check/Presentation Work Energy Theorem Homework: Read Chapter 5 Section 2 pages 172-176 Chapter 5 Practice 5B page 174 problems 1,2,5 Chapter 5 Practice 5C page 176 problems 1,2,4 Reminders: Journal Due Friday

Friday10-28-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Work Energy Theorem conceptually and mathematically. Opening Activity: Explain the Work Energy Theorem Topics: Collect Journal Work Energy Theorem Lab Homework: Finish Lab Reminders: Exam 5 11-4

Monday 10-31-16 Opening Activity: Page 196 problem 41 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Conservation of Energy conceptually and mathematically. Topics: Homework Check/Presentation Potential Energy Energy Conservation Homework : Read Chapter 5 Section 3 pages 177-186 Chapter 5 Practice 5D page 180 problems 2,3 Chapter 5 Section Review page 180 question 5 Chapter 5 Conceptual Questions page 195 question 30 Reminders: Exam 5 11-4

Tuesday 11-1-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Conservation of Energy conceptually and mathematically. OA: Page 194 Conceptual Q15 Topic: Homework Check/Presentation Energy Conservation Review Sheet for Work Energy Exam Homework: Read Chapter 5 Section 4 pages 187-189 Chapter 5 Practice 5E page 185 problems 1,2,4,5 Chapter 5 Practice problems pg 195 problem 33 Reminders: Exam 5 11-4

Wednesday 11-2-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Power conceptually and mathematically. OA: page 196 problem 43 Topics: Power Homework: Chapter 5 Practice 5F page 189 problem 4 & 2 Read Lab Reminders Exam 5 11-4

Thursday 11-3-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Conservation of Energy conceptually and mathematically. OA: Describe the amount of potential energy and kinetic energy as an avalanche goes down a mountain. Topic: Lab Energy Homework: Lab Energy Reminders Exam 5 11-4

Friday 11-4-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 5. OA Compare work and energy. Topics Exam#5 Chapter 5 Homework: Energy Lab Reminders Exam 5 11-4

Monday 11-7-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem. OA Page 214 Define momentum. Topics Momentum Inquiry Activity Homework: Finish Momentum Inquiry Activity Reminders Journal due Friday

Tuesday 11-8-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem. OA Page 214 Section Review problem 1 Topics Momentum and Collisions Newton's 2nd Law Finding how far an object travels when slowing down Continue Impulse- Momentum Theorem with change of direction Karate Video Egg Demo Video showing impulse and car crashes- 4:55 to 9:30 Homework: Read Chapter 6 pages 208-209 Chapter 6 pg 209 Practice 6A 1-3 Chapter 6 pg 232 Review Questions 1-3 Reminders Journal due Friday Exam 6 11-15

Wednesday 11-9-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem. OA: Page 211 Practice 6B problem 4 Topic: Pass Out Chapter 6 Review Wrap up Impulse-Momentum Theorem Start Momentum Conservation Momentum Video Blockbuster Homework: Read Chapter 6 pages 210-211 Chapter 6 Practice 6B page 211 problems 1-3 Section Review page 214 problem 2 Reminders Journal due Friday Exam 6 11-15

Thursday 11-10-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem. OA: Page 232 Conceptual Question 6 Topic: Conservation of Momentum Start Types of Collisions Astronaut Video Homework: Read Chapter 6 section 2 pages 215-220 Chapter 6 Practice 6D page 219 problems 1-4 Reminders Journal due Friday Exam 6 11-15

Friday 11-11-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem. OA page 221 Section Review Question 1 Topic: Finish Collisions Homework: Read Chapter 6 Section 3 pages 222-230 Chapter 6 Practice 6E pg 224 problems 1-4 Practice 6 F pg 226 problem 1 Practice 6 G pg 229 problems 2,4 Reminders Exam 6 11-15

Monday 11-14-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply elastic and inelastic collisions. OA page Compare and contrast elastic and inelastic collisions Topics: Do Momentum lab Homework: Momentum Lab Reminders Journal due Friday Exam 6 11-15

Tuesday11-15-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 5. OA Compare work and energy. Topics Collect Momentum Lab Exam#5 Chapter 5 Homework: Final Exam Reminders Final Exam

Wednesday 11-16-15 Topics Review for finals Chapter 1 &2

Thursday 11-17-15 Topics Review for finals Chapter 3 & 4

Friday 11-18-15 Topics Review for finals Chapter 5 & 6

WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICSTHIS WIKI 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 XBlock (rm E-5)Everyday both lunches (rm E-4)Please bring your textbook, calculator and a pencil/pen to class.

Here is our approximate schedule; I'll update it as we go. Notice anything underlined is linked to the relevant documents.

Monday9-5-16Labor DayTuesday9-6-16Learning target: Students will be able to apply Physics sub areas to real life examples.Opening Activity: SurveyTopics:SyllabusPlease bring Textbook, pencil/penWhat is physics?Measurements in experimentsStart Unit ConversionsHomework: Worksheet Day One in classRead Chapter 1 Section 1 The Topics of Physics page 4,5RemindersParent Signature due 9-12Exam 1 9-15Wednesday9-7-16Learning target: Students will be able to apply and explain dimensional analysis to unit conversions.Opening Activity: Page 27 Review Question #1Topics:Homework checkedContinue Unit ConversionsThe Language of PhysicsHomework: Worksheet Day TwoRead Chapter 1 Section 1-2 Numbers as Measurements pages 10-13RemindersParent Signature due 9-12Exam 1 9-15Thursday9-8-16Learning target: Students will be able to apply Graphical Analysis to lab data.Opening Activity: page 14 #1 of Practice 1ATopics:Homework checkedWrap up the language of Physics with LabMeasurement/ Graphing LabHomework: Measurement/ Graphing LabRead Chapter 1 Section 1-3 Mathematics and Physics pages 20-25RemindersParent Signature due 9-12Exam 1 9-15Friday9-9-16Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast distance verse displacement.Opening Activity: page 14 #5 of Practice 1ATopics:Review Sheet for first Exam handed outMeasurement/Graphing Lab: CollectedStart Motion in One- Dimension:Frame of ReferenceDistance versus DisplacementHomeworkNoneRemindersParent Signature due 9-12Exam 1 9-15Monday9-12-15Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast speed verse velocity.Opening Activity: Compare and contrast distance and displacement.Topics:Collect parent Signature SheetReview Sheet for first Exam handed outMeasurement/Graphing Lab: CollectedContinue Motion in One- Dimension:Speed versus VelocityHomework: Complete in classRead Chapter 2-1 Motion, Displacement, velocity pages 40-43Chapter 1 page 14 Practice 1A problem: 2,3,4Chapter 2 Review and Assess Page 69Problem 6RemindersExam 1 9-15Journal due 9-16Tuesday9-13-15Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze position/time graphs.Opening Activity: Chapter 2 page 44 #3Topics:Homework check/ PresentationSpeed versus velocityposition time graphsHomework: Chapter 2 page 44 problems 3,4,6 complete in classChapter 2 page 69 problems 1,3,4,5RemindersExam 1 9-15Journal due 9-16Wednesday9-14-16Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze position/time graphs.Opening Activity: pg 47 #3Topics:Homework check/Presentationposition time graphs wrap upDiscuss Review SheetDo Moving Man LabHomework:Study for Exam 1RemindersExam 1 9-15Journal due 9-16Thursday9-15-16Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 1.Opening Activity: pg 47 #4Topics:Exam Chapter One + Chapter 2-1 (only section one)Homework:NoneRemindersJournal due 9-16Friday9-16-16Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze velocity/time graphs.Compare and contrast speed and velocity.Topics:Velocity time graph notesHomework:Chapter 2 page 69 # 2,10Page 49 Practice 2B # 2,3,5Read Chapter 2-2 page 48-54RemindersExam 2 9-30Monday9-19-16Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze velocity/time graphs.Opening Activity: page 70 Review and Assess #14Topics:Homework Check/ PresentationVelocity time graphsHomework :Chapter 2 page 71 Review and Assess problems 20,21,22,30 due WednesdayRemindersExam 2 9-30Tuesday9-20-16Learning target: Students will be able to construct and analyze velocity/time graphs.Opening Activity: Meet in Room A-5Topics:Graphing Matching LabHomework:Graph Matching Lab due FridayRemindersGraph Matching Lab 9-23Exam 2 9-3Wednesday9-21-16Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast position/time graphs and velocity/time graphs.Opening Activity: Suppose a treadmill has an average acceleration of 4.7 X 10-3 m/s2. How much does its speed change after 5.0 min?TopicsFill out Position Time vs Velocity Time Graphs ChartWork with groups on Graphing Lab and Graphing ChartHomeworkGraphing Lab due FridayRemindersExam 2 9-30Thursday9-22-16Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast position/time graphs and velocity/time graphs.Opening Activity: If a passenger train is traveling on a single track with a negative velocity and a positive acceleration, is it speeding up or slowing down?Topics:Discuss lab questionsPass outreview sheetDiscuss Constant Acceleration equations notesHomework:page 53 Practice 2C problems 2, 5page 55 Practice 2D problems 1, 4page 58 Practice 2E problem 2Graph Matching Lab Due Friday 9-25RemindersExam 2 9-30Friday9-23-16Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply free fall.Opening Activity: page 53 Practice 2C #4Topics:Homework checkFreefallVideo FreefallHomework:Read Chapter 2-3 pages 60-64page 64 Practice 2F problems 2,3page 65 Section Review problems 1,3,4Graph Matching Lab dueRemindersExam 2 9-30Monday9-26-16Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply vector addition to real life scenarios.Opening Activity: page 64 Practice 2F #4Topics:Homework checkWrap up Free FallVector AdditionHomework:Page 87 Section Review problems 1,Page 91 Practice 3A problem 1, 2Page 114 Practice Problem 23Read Chapter 3 section 1-2 pages 84-97RemindersExam 2 9-30Journal due 9-30Tuesday9-27-16Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply vector addition to real life scenarios.Opening Activity page 114 Problem 22Topics:Vector ComponentsHomework:Page 94 Practice 3B problem 6Page 97 Practice 3C problems 1, 3Page 114 practice problem 29+Finish Notes Number 13, 14 (if you didn't do them in class)RemindersExam 2 9-30Journal due 9-30Wednesday9-28-16Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply vector addition to real life scenarios.Opening Activity: page 114 Practice problem 24Topics:Vector AdditionLabHomework:Vector Addition lab due MondayRemindersExam 2 9-30Journal due 9-30Thursday9-29-16Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply the component method to real life scenarios.Opening Activity: page 114 Practice problem 26Topics:Component Method ReviewReview SheetHomework:Study for Exam 2Vector Addition lab due MondayRemindersExam 2 9-30Journal due 9-30Friday9-30-16Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 2.Opening Activity: Explain the steps to the component method.Topics:Collect JournalExam #2 Chapter 2 (all) + Chapter 3Homework:Read and outline pages 88-96Vector Addition lab due MondayRemindersMonday10-3-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: page 114 Question 18Topics:Projectile Motion HorizontalHomework :Read Chapter 3-3 pages 98-104page 105 Section Review problem 1page 102 practice 3D problems 1, 2page 114 Projectile Motion Review Questions 30, 33RemindersExam 3 10-10Tuesday10-4-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: Describe projectile motion.Topics:Projectile Motion Inquiry ActivityHomework :Projectile Motion WebquestRemindersExam 3 10-11Wednesday10-5-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply projectile motion conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: page 115 problem 35Topics:Homework CheckDiscuss Projectile Motion at an angleHomework:Page 104 Practice 3E problems 1, & 3Reminders:Exam 3 10-11Thursday10-6-16Opening Activity: page 115 Practice problems 36Topics:Homework CheckPass out Review and Practice ProblemsHomework:page 102 practice 3D problems 3 & 4page 105 Section Review problem 3Reminders:Exam 3 10-11Friday10-7-16Opening Activity: Compare and contrast horizontal and angled projectile motion problems.Topics:Homework CheckProjectile Motion Lab Part 1 and 2Homework: Projectile Lab due TuesdayReminders:Exam 3 10-11Monday10-10-16Opening Activity: page 117 practice problem 58 "a" onlyTopics:Homework CheckWork on review and labHomework: Projectile Lab Due TuesdayReminders:Exam 3 10-11Tuesday10-11-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 3 concepts.Opening Activity: NoneTopics:Hand in LabComponent Method and Projectile Motion Exam 3Homework:Read Chapter 4 section 1 and 2 pages 124-135Page 151 Review Questions 1-4Reminders:Journal due FridayExam 4 10-25Wednesday10-12-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply forces conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: page 128 #2Topics:Homework CheckInertiaWhat is a Force?Free body diagramsIntroduce Newton's 1st Law with Demonstrations LabHomework:Page 151 Review Questions 1-4Page 128 Section review 3Page 135 Section Review 1,2,3Reminders:Journal due FridayExam 4 10-25Thursday10-13-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 1st Law conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: Draw the free body diagram for the car being towed on page 127.Topics:Homework CheckDo Newton's 1st Law with DemonstrationsLabHomework:Finish LabReminders:Exam 4 10-25Journal Due FridayFriday10-14-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: page 128 Section Review problems 5,6Topics:Newton's Second LawWeightAdding force vectors at anglesHomework:page 133 Practice 4A problems 1, 2, 3page 138 Practice 4B problems 1,2,3Reminders:Exam 4 10-25Journal Due FridayMonday10-17-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 3rd Law conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: page 133 Practice 4A problem 4Topics:Hand in JournalNewton's Third LawNormal ForceTypes of FrictionHomework:page 138 Practice 4B 4, 5page 140 Section Review 2, 3, 5Reminders:Exam 4 10-25Tuesday10-18-16Students will be able explain and apply types of friction conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: page 145 Practice 4C 3Topics:Types of FrictionFree body Diagrams with frictionHomework:page 149 Section Review 4page 147 Practice 4D 1, 2, 4page 138 Practice 4B 4, 5Reminders:Exam 4 10-25Wednesday10-19-16Students will be able explain and apply types of friction conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: PSATTopics:PSATHomework:PSATReminders:Exam 4 10-25Thursday10-20-16Students will be able explain and apply types of friction conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: Opening Activity: page 147 Practice 3Topics:Wrap up Types of FrictionFree body Diagrams with frictionHomework:Chapter 4 page 151 Practice problem 10Chapter 4 page 152 Practice problems 38, 39, 42,43Reminders:Exam 4 10-25Friday10-21-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law conceptually and mathematicallyOpening Activity:noneTopics:Newton's 2nd Law Lab due MondayHomework :Work on LabReminders:Exam 4 10-25Monday10-24-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law conceptually and mathematicallyOpening Activity: page 153 Conceptual question 34Topics:2nd Newton Law LabPractice Problem worksheetHomework:2nd Newton Law Lab due WednesdayReminders:Exam 4 10-25Tuesday10-25-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 4 conceptsOpening Activity: Compare and contrast static and kinetic friction.Topics:Hand in LabTake Exam 4Homework:NoneReminders:Journal due FridayWednesday10-26-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply work conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: Compare and contrast static and kinetic frictionTopicsHand in LabStart Work-EnergyWhat is Work?finding work done by a forceHomework:Read Chapter 5 section 1 pages 168-171Chapter 5 Practice 5A page 170, problems 1-3Chapter 5 Section Review page 171 problem 5Reminders:Journal Due FridayThursday10-27-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Work Energy Theorem conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: Page 171 Section Review questions 1,3Topics:Homework Check/PresentationWork Energy TheoremHomework:Read Chapter 5 Section 2 pages 172-176Chapter 5 Practice 5B page 174 problems 1,2,5Chapter 5 Practice 5C page 176 problems 1,2,4Reminders:Journal Due FridayFriday10-28-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Work Energy Theorem conceptually and mathematically.Opening Activity: Explain the Work Energy TheoremTopics:Collect JournalWork Energy Theorem LabHomework:Finish LabReminders:Exam 5 11-4Monday10-31-16Opening Activity: Page 196 problem 41Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Conservation of Energy conceptually and mathematically.Topics:Homework Check/PresentationPotential EnergyEnergy ConservationHomework :Read Chapter 5 Section 3 pages 177-186Chapter 5 Practice 5D page 180 problems 2,3Chapter 5 Section Review page 180 question 5Chapter 5 Conceptual Questions page 195 question 30Reminders:Exam 5 11-4Tuesday11-1-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Conservation of Energy conceptually and mathematically.OA: Page 194 Conceptual Q15Topic:Homework Check/PresentationEnergy ConservationReview Sheet for Work Energy ExamHomework:Read Chapter 5 Section 4 pages 187-189Chapter 5 Practice 5E page 185 problems 1,2,4,5Chapter 5 Practice problems pg 195 problem 33Reminders:Exam 5 11-4Wednesday11-2-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Power conceptually and mathematically.OA: page 196 problem 43Topics:PowerHomework:Chapter 5 Practice 5F page 189 problem 4 & 2Read LabRemindersExam 5 11-4Thursday11-3-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Conservation of Energy conceptually and mathematically.OA: Describe the amount of potential energy and kinetic energy as an avalanche goes down a mountain.Topic:Lab EnergyHomework:Lab EnergyRemindersExam 5 11-4Friday11-4-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 5.OA Compare work and energy.TopicsExam#5 Chapter 5Homework:Energy LabRemindersExam 5 11-4Monday11-7-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem.OA Page 214 Define momentum.TopicsMomentum Inquiry ActivityHomework:Finish Momentum Inquiry ActivityRemindersJournal due FridayTuesday11-8-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem.OA Page 214 Section Review problem 1TopicsMomentum and CollisionsNewton's 2nd LawFinding how far an object travels when slowing downContinue Impulse- Momentum Theorem with change of directionKarate VideoEgg DemoVideo showing impulse and car crashes- 4:55 to 9:30Homework:Read Chapter 6 pages 208-209Chapter 6 pg 209 Practice 6A 1-3Chapter 6 pg 232 Review Questions 1-3RemindersJournal due FridayExam 6 11-15Wednesday11-9-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem.OA: Page 211 Practice 6B problem 4Topic:Pass Out Chapter 6 ReviewWrap up Impulse-Momentum TheoremStart Momentum ConservationMomentum Video BlockbusterHomework:Read Chapter 6 pages 210-211Chapter 6 Practice 6B page 211 problems 1-3Section Review page 214 problem 2RemindersJournal due FridayExam 6 11-15Thursday11-10-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem.OA: Page 232 Conceptual Question 6Topic:Conservation of MomentumStart Types of CollisionsAstronaut VideoHomework:Read Chapter 6 section 2 pages 215-220Chapter 6 Practice 6D page 219 problems 1-4RemindersJournal due FridayExam 6 11-15Friday11-11-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Momentum Theorem.OA page 221 Section Review Question 1Topic:Finish CollisionsHomework:Read Chapter 6 Section 3 pages 222-230Chapter 6 Practice 6E pg 224 problems 1-4Practice 6 F pg 226 problem 1Practice 6 G pg 229 problems 2,4RemindersExam 6 11-15Monday11-14-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply elastic and inelastic collisions.OA page Compare and contrast elastic and inelastic collisionsTopics:Do Momentum labHomework:Momentum LabRemindersJournal due FridayExam 6 11-15Tuesday11-15-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 5.OA Compare work and energy.TopicsCollect Momentum LabExam#5 Chapter 5Homework:Final ExamRemindersFinal ExamWednesday11-16-15TopicsReview for finals Chapter 1 &2Thursday11-17-15TopicsReview for finals Chapter 3 & 4Friday11-18-15TopicsReview for finals Chapter 5 & 6