Grade 11 University Physics Homework Calendar

Energy (Don't forget to refresh each time you use this page!)

Energy Learning Goals Checklist

 Date

Lesson

Text Link & Consolidation/Practice

 

Dec 13

Intro to Energy

Forces Friction Lab Analysis

  5.2 Energy

 5.3 Types of Energy

 

  • Introduction to Energy Transformations

 

Dec 14

Intro to Energy

Forces Problem Solving Test

  5.2 Energy

 5.3 Types of Energy

 

  • Watch the following and complete the associated note:
  • Homework:
  • Assessment
    • Forces Problem Solving Test (Calculations)

 

Dec 15

 

Forces Concepts Assignment (Multiple Choice)

Forces Applications Assignment

Kinetic and Gravitational Potential Energy

  5.2 Energy

  • Watch the following and complete the associated note:
  • Play with the Energy Skate Park Simulation to understand real world energy changes

 

  • Homework:
    • complete the following questions on worksheet (answers)
      • Eg #8, 12-13
      • Ek #15-16, 18-20
  • Assessment
    • Forces Applications Test
    • Forces Concepts Test

 

Dec 16

 

Conservation of Energy

  5.2 Energy

 

  • Watch the following and complete the associated note:
    • Conservation video to complete the note on WB 86-87

 

  • Homework:
    • complete the following questions on Coservation Worksheet #1-3, 7, 10, 12 (answers)  - try other questions for extra practice

 

Dec 17

 

Power - Rate of Energy Transfer

 5.5 Power

 


Jan 3/4

 

Efficiency of Energy Transfer

  5.4 Efficiency of Energy Transformations

  • Review the following video to complete the Efficiency Note  on WB 88 - make sure you include examples 3 and 4!  (don't worry about WB 89 - we will do that tomorrow during class)
     
  • Watch the following  (video) and complete the associated note on WB 90 - this is based on this Powerpoint  (video)
  • Homework:
    • Start the following Efficiency in Energy Transfer problems:


Jan 5

 

Energy and Conservation Quiz

Efficiency of Energy Transfer Review

Thermal Energy

6.1 Warmth and Coldness
6.2 Heat

  • complete the Energy and Conservation Quiz
     

  • Efficiency of Energy Transfer

    • Watch this video that reviews Efficiency Calculations
    • complete WB 89 using the following video (answers
    • start working on the Energy Review Worksheet TAI? #1-3, PRB #1-10 (answers)
       


Jan 6

 

Heat Capacity

6.3 Heat Capacity

  • Heat Capacity Concepts

    • Use section 6.3 of text or the following video to complete the note WB 92

    • Watch this video to understand the role of the high heat capacity of water in the following applications
  • Principle of Heat Exchange

    • Watch this video to complete the heat capacity mixture note on WB 93
    • complete the following Heat Exchange worksheet
  • Homework:

 

Jan 7

 

Heat Capacity Lab

Energy Assignment

6.3 Heat Capacity

  • Read over the Heat Capacity Lab Instructions  and then look over this Powerpoint (PDF) (video) to get an idea what the actual lab setup is like
     
  • The Lab will involve the following components:

    • Design an Observation Table (include a good title)  ensure correct significant digits are recorded ensure your units are consistent (careful with mass) ensure you average your data sets. (here is an example of a draft table)

    • Sample Calculation - include the calculation for the FIRST heat capacity calculation in the table

Homework:
  • complete the following questions:
  • prepare for the lab analysis:
  • Error Analysis: accuracy / precision / error analysis

  • Lab Analysis:

    • What if questions? mass doubles/temp was only half? Etc ...

    • Problem solving question with Power and Efficiency

  • Conclusion:

    • summary of results
       

  • Assessment:
    • Energy Assignment

    • Heat Capacity Lab Observations

 

Jan 10

 

Heat Capacity Lab Analysis

Intro to Sound and Waves

  8.2Types of Mechanical Waves
  8.3  
Wave Characteristics

  • Intro to Vibrations and waves

  • Intro to Vibrations and waves


Jan 11

 

Problem Solving Test

Universal Wave Equation
Wave Interference and Reflection

  8.4 Determining Wave Speed
 
9.1 Interference of Waves
 
9.2 Waves at Media Boundaries
  • Universal Wave Equation
    • Watch this video to complete the note on WB 101
    • Watch this video that explains the benefits of 5G mobile networks
       
  • Wave Phase  

    • Watch this video  to complete WB 101
       

  • Wave Reflection
  • Homework:
    • prepare for the Energy Application and Concept Test Tomorrow (remember this includes ALL concepts from the Energy Unit)
       
  • Homework:
    • Waves Properties
    • Universal Wave Equation:


Jan 12

 

Energy Application Test

Energy Concepts Test

Wave Interference and Reflection

Standing Waves in Stringed Instruments

  9.1 Interference of Waves
 
9.2 Waves at Media Boundaries
  • Interference of Waves
    • Watch this video to complete the note on WB 105-106
    • complete WB 106 #2 (first 6 sections of each diagram) (answers)
       
  • Standing Waves   
    • YouTube videos on How they Form and Calculations
    • Complete the note on the LEFT SIDE of WB 128
    • complete the RIGHT SIDE of WB 112 answers are in the video and notes above
    • complete the Lab Activity on WB 111 using this simulation

 


Jan 13

 

Physics of Sound Waves
Speed of Sound and Shockwaves

  8.5 Properties of Sound Waves
  8.4 Determining Wave Speed
  • Intro to Sound Waves

  • Speed of Sound Waves - Mach and Temperaure
  • Supersonic Shock Waves and Sonic Booms

 


Jan 14

 

Waves Quiz

Doppler Effect
Applications of Sound

  9.5 The Doppler Effect  
  • Doppler Effect
    • Complete the Doppler  Note  and examples on WB 110
       
  • Applications of Waves
    • Sound and Waves Application Worksheet
    • Human Hearing  (Section 10.1)
      • Watch this video to get an understanding of human hearing and this video to understand how cochlear implants work
         
    •  Properties of Sound  (Section 8.5)
      • watch this video to understand the concept of the decibel scale
      • watch this video to understand the normal human hearing range
    • Nature and Sounds  (Section 10.7)