Kinematics - Grade 11 University Physics Homework Calendar

Kinematics: Learning Goals

 

 Date

Topic

Homework

 

Sep 3

 Welcome to Physics!   

   A6.2 Measurement in Physics (pp. 651-652 in text)

Web Links:

Why Take Physics?

Great Algebra Review Site!
 

Videos:

Math Review - Fractions
Math Review - Pos/Neg
Math Review - Algebra/Trig
Math Review - Isolating Variables

 

  • Review the following with your parent/guardian:
  • complete the following pages in the workbook:
  • Watch this Video or Powerpoint to review scientific notation

    *make sure you are comortable with math concepts required for this course - if you have difficulty, use the videos at the left to review specific concepts

 

Sep 4

Measurement in Physics

   A6.2 Measurement in Physics (pp. 651-652 in text)

 

Videos:

Math Review - Sci Notation Intro

Math Review - Sci Notation on a Calculator
How to enter Sci Not on a calculator

Accuracy vs Precision

 

  • Scientific Notation

    • review Scientific Notation (note) or  (Video) or (Powerpoint)
    • complete WB 18 Scientific Notation (Sci Notation section only)
       
  • Measurement in Physics

    • Complete the Measurement In Physics  Activity WB 14-15 
    • Watch the Measurement Intro Video (0:00 - 5:02)
       
  • Accuracy and Precision

    • Watch the NEW Accuracy and Precision Video  
    • complete WB16-17 Accuracy and Precision Note


     

 

Sep 5

Measurement in Physics

 

   A6.2 Measurement in Physics (pp. 651-652 in text)

 

Videos:
     Significant Digits & Measurement

    Math Review - Rounding
    Calculating with Significant Digits

 

  • Significant Digits:
    • WB18 (Right Side) Significant Digits (Note) (Video watch 5:02 - 14:54)
    • WB 19 Significant Digit & Sci Notation (Left Side) (Note) (Video) (Powerpoint)

    • WB 19 (Right Side) Significant Digit Calculations (Note) (Video) (Powerpoint)

    • WB 20 Significant Digit Review Worksheet  (answers)
       
  • Prepare for your SAFETY QUIZ
    • study WHMIS symbols and risks on WB 8  or use this Powerpoint
    • review the safety agreement
    • download Google Classroom and Google Frms to your device
       

 

Sep 6

Safety Quiz

   A6.2 Measurement in Physics (pp. 651-652 in text)

 

  • Study for Diagnostic Math Assignment
    (you must obtain a minimum of 70% or do a rewrite!)
    • math review - algebra/trig/sci notation
    • measurement - accuracy/precision
    • significant digits and calculations
       
  • BRING PROTRACTORS AND RULERS for next week!
     

 

Sep 9

Converting Units in Physics - Factor Label Method

Diagnostic Math & Measurement

   A6.2 Measurement in Physics (pp. 651-652 in text)

   A6.6 Factor-Label Method / SI Conversions  (pp. 655-655 in text)

Videos:
        
Factor Label Conversions

           Vector Quantities

        
Gravity Lab Review

  • Copy the factor label note onto workbook 22 (left side)
    • Watch the video to help you understand the content
    • Complete WB 22 (right side) (answers)
       
  • Edit your Gravity Lab (use a diffrent colour for your edits)  
  • Vectors
    • complete the note WB 23 using the following video
  • BRING PROTRACTORS AND RULERS!

 

Sep 10

What are Vector Quantities?
Drawing Vectors in 1D and 2D

1.1 Vector Quantities


Web Links:

Distance Vs. Displacement

Videos:

 Drawing Vectors Scale Diagrams

  • Complete the following pages:
    • Intro to Vectors worksheet (answers)
    • Drawing Vectors WB 24 (note) (video)
    • angled scale diagram WB 25 questions (answers)
       
    • Review the Textbook Section 1.1 (pp. 8-13) and try the following questions:
      • TB  11 practice #1-3
      • TB  13 #1-4
         
    • Watch the Resultant Displacement video and then complete the note on WB 26
      (the video is not EXACTLY the same but still explains the idea of adding vectors)
       
    • Diagnostic Quiz returned today for additional  feedback watch this video

 

Sep 11

Adding Vectors in 2D

2.1 Motion in Two Dimensions - Vector Diagrams

 

Videos:
    
Adding Vectors Scale Diagram

 

  • Finding Resultant Displacement using SCALE DIAGRAMS
    • Watch the following video  to complete Adding Vectors at an Angle' WB 26-27
    • complete the following worksheet (answers)
    • if you need extra help, the textbook has a good overview on pages 61-64
       
  • Finding Resultant Displacement using ALGEBRA
    • Watch the following video  to complete the top of WB 28
    • Watch the following video  to complete the rest of WB 28
      (the video is not EXACTLY the same but still explains the idea of adding 2D vectors with ALGEBRA)

 

Sep 12

Adding Vectors in 2D

2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach

Videos:

Adding Vectors Algebraically 1d

Adding Vectors Algebraically 2d


Finding X and Y Components

 

Adding Algebraically 2D Overview

Adding Algebraically 2D Example

 

  • Finding the X and Y Components of Vectors
  • Finding the Resultant Displacement of Angled Vectors using Algebra
    • Watch the following overview video of this method
    • Watch the detailed step-by-step video
    • complete the note on WB 30
       
  • Use the following to help you better understand Today's Lesson:
    • Vector Addition Overview Powerpoint (click here)
    • Vector Addition Detail Powerpoint (WB 31) (click here)
       
  • Study for Math/Measurement Assignment
    • math review - algebra/trig/sci notation
    • measurement - accuracy/precision
    • significant digits and calculations
    • factor label conversions (know m/s km/h G M u n)
       

 

Sep 13

Math/Measurement Assignment

Adding Vectors in 2D

2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach

Videos:

Adding Algebraically 2D Overview

Adding Algebraically 2D Example

  • Complete the following:
    • Valentine's Example
    • WB. 30a Pirate Worksheet #6-7 (answers)
       
    • You will need to spend some time going over today's material use the following powerpoints, notes, and textbook resources to help you understand this topic thoroughly!
       
      • Read pages 69-71 in the text - spend time going over Tutorial 3
      • Try some textbook questions if you need more practice TB. 71 #1-2, TB. 75 #1-5
         
  • study for Vectors Quiz - scale diagram and algebraic method

 

Sep 16

Adding Vectors in 2D

Position-Time graph Overview

2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach

Videos:

Adding Algebraically 2D Overview

Adding Algebraically 2D Example

Intro to Position-Times

Uniform Motion Slope Calculation

 

  • Review Algebraic Method of finding resultant displacement:
    • Complete this Example (ensure you have proper formatting and labelling)
    • Read pages 69-71 in the text - spend time going over Tutorial 3
    • Try some textbook questions if you need more practice TB. 71 #1-2, TB. 75 #1-5
       
  • study for Vectors Quiz - scale diagram and algebraic method
  • Review the Graphing expectations note  on WB 32
  • Complete the following worbook pages:
    • Overview of d-t graphs WB 33 (right side) (note) (video)
    • Uniform motion d-t graphs WB 34 (both sides) (note)(video)
       

 

Sep 17

Vectors Quiz

Uniform Motion Lab

 
 

Links:

Graphing Expectations

 

 

Sep 18

Position-Time graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

1.3 Acceleration - Position-Time graphs

Videos:

Non-Uniform Motion

Describing Acceleration

 

  • Review the following position-time notes:
    • Intro to d-t graphs WB 33  (answers)
    • Non-uniform motion d-t graphs WB 35 (left side) (note)(video)
    • Non-uniform motion d-t graphs WB 36 (top) (note)(video)
    • Non-uniform motion d-t graphs WB 36 (bottom) (note)(video)
       
  • Complete WB 38 (answers)

 

Sep 19

Position-Time graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

1.3 Acceleration - Position-Time graphs

Extra Resource:
  
Graphing Card Matching Activity (answers)

   Sketching d-t powerpoint

 

 

Sep 20

Position-Time graphs

Vectors In-Class Assessment

1.2 Graphing Motion - Velocity-Time graphs

 

Videos:

    Intro to Velocity-Time Graphs

     How to Calculate Slope
      Slope Calculation Examples

  • Acceleration Down a Ramp Lab Practice Graphing (graph) (answers)
    *you must complete the practice graph to do the acceleration lab!*
     
  • Velocity-Time Intro:
    •  video top left half of WB. 42 (Intro to v-t graphs) (note)
    •  video bottom left half of WB. 42 (v-t slopes) (note)

 

Sep 23

Velocity-Time graphs

Position-Time Quiz

1.2 Graphing Motion - Velocity-Time graphs
 

v-t Graph Videos:
 

     Intro to Velocity-Time Graphs

     How to Calculate Slope
      Slope Calculation Examples

     How to find Area under a Graph

     Comparing displacement and distance

     Multipart v-t Graphs

  • Uniform Motion Labs Returned Today - make sure you look over:
    • Observation Tables - Review Lab Report Format Rules (WB 9)
    • Graph - Review Graph/Slope Expectations (WB 32)
    • Error Analysis (review WB 14-16)
       
  • Position Time Quiz

    • watch this video going over answers to today's quiz

    • if you need extra position-time practice - try this quiz (answers)
       

  • Complete the Velocity-Time Graphs note on WB 42:
    •  video right side of WB. 42 (Determining Displacement) (note)
    •  video remainder right of WB. 42 (Compare Distance and Displacement) (note)
       
  • complete the following worksheets:
    • WB 43 (using notes above)

 

Sep 24

Velocity-Time graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Velocity-Time graphs
 

v-t Graph Videos:
 

     Intro to Velocity-Time Graphs

     How to Calculate Slope
      Slope Calculation Examples

     How to find Area under a Graph

     Comparing displacement and distance

     Multipart v-t Graphs

 

  • Velocity-Time graphs for each type of motion:
    • Review the intro v-t graph note on WB 41
    • Review the v-t graph note WB 42
    • Review group quiz (answers)
    • complete WB 44 ( answers) (hint for 3f - find difference in area)

 

Sep 25

Acceleration-Time Graphs

1.3 Graphing Motion
1.4 acceleration-time graphs

 

Videos
      a-t Graphs  (WB 40-41)

Extra Resource:
    
Graphing Card Matching Activity (answers)

 

  • Review today's velocity-time quiz (answers)
     
  • acceleration graphs:
    • Review the acceleration-time graph note  (video)
    • complete WB. 45-46 (answers)
       
  • review d-t and v-t graphs for each type of motion:

 

Sep 26

Velocity-Time Graph Quiz
Converting Between Graphs

1.3 Graphing Motion
1.4 acceleration-time graphs

Videos
          Converting Graphs (43-45)

Extra Resource:
    
Graphing Card Matching Activity (answers)

  • Converting between graphs:
  • Make study notes - you will be thankful at exam time!
     
  • Try the the following to further review concepts:
  • Study for Combined Graphing Quiz

 

Sep 27

Terry Fox
Combined d-t/v-t
/a-t Graphing Quiz

 

Videos
          Converting Graphs (43-45)

  • Review for Graphing Assessment of Learning (Summative)
    • d-t / v-t / a-t -->  slope / area / analysis / graph to graph
    • extra practice quiz (answers)
    • 4 section graphing review
    • video (answers) for extra combined quiz!

 

Sep 30

 

combined d-t and v-t Graphing Quiz

1.5 Motion Equations

Videos

How to use the GRASP method (WB 50)
Solving Uniform Motion Equations (WB 51)
Solving Acceleration Equations  (WB 51)

Deriving Accel Displacement Equations  (WB 52)
 
Deriving Last Two Equations  (WB 52)

Overview of Equations (E-Harmony) (WB 55)
 

  • review today's combined graphing quiz (answers)
     
  • Review the following notes from today
    • GRASP method expectations WB 50  (video)
    • overview of "Big 5" nonuniform motion equations (video)
    • examples 1-4 on WB 55-56 (click here for note)
       
    • Equations of Motion W 51-52 (click here for the note)
       
  • complete the following questions - remember to use proper GRASS format
    • WB 53 #1-6(click here for the answers)

 

Oct 1

Equations of Motion - Gravity

1.5 Motion Equations
1.6  Motion Equations - Acceleration Due to Gravity

Videos

Equations with Gravity (WB 57)

 

  

  • Review the following notes from today
    • GRASP method expectations WB 54
    • Equations with gravity WB 57 (note) (video)
    •  Tutorials in Section 1.6 of the Textbook
       
  • complete the following questions - remember to use proper GRASS format

 

Oct 2

Equations of Motion - Two Part Motion
Graphing In Class Assignment!
1.5 Motion Equations

 

Videos       

      2 Part Motion Problems (WB 58)

 

  • Review the following notes from today  
  • Complete:
  • Study for Equations Quiz  (you must memorize the Equations!)

 

Oct 3

Equations Quiz I
 

Acceleration Lab - Data Collection

 

 

 

Web Links:

 Test Topic List (click here)

  • Start Test Review:
    •  Kwik Kinematics Review WB 54b  (answers)
    •  Try #2, 7, 4-6 on p. 43 of the text
       
  • Acceleration Down a Ramp (click here) lab data collection
  • *you must complete  the practice  graph (answers)
    • Observation Table completed in class as a group
    • you will be finding vinst from the d-t graph and making a v-t graph to find acceleration (individual work) -  remember to bring in pencil crayons/highlighters & graph paper

 

 

Oct 4

Equations Quiz II
 

Acceleration Lab - Graphing

2.3 Projectile Motion

 

 

  • Acceleration Down a Ramp (click here) lab graphing
  • Prepare for the lab analysis by reviewing:
    • Measurements and Error analysis note
    • precision / accuracy (%error) / instrumental&procedural errors
    • review position and velocity time graphs
    • prepare for "What if?" questions
       
  • Try the following textbook review questions:
    • Multiple Choice -  p.89 #1,3;  p.90 #2;   p.100#1-4, 11
    • Vectors - p. 71 #1-2;  p. 53# 1, 2
    • Graphing - p. 30 #6;  p. 53# 33, 34;  p. 56# 66, 67; p. 43 #7
    • Equations - p. 39 #1-6; p. 43 #4-6

 

Oct 7

Acceleration Lab - Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

Oct 8

Projectile Motion

2.3 Projectile Motion

 

Web Links:
  
What hits the ground first?

   Dude Perfect Football Challenge

  • Introduction to Projectile Motion GIZMO
    • complete this worksheet using the ExploreLearning.com website:
      • Enroll in a class (blue button top right corner) - using the following class code:  FA7WPQRZTN       
      • Register - Create a User Name consisting of Firstname-Lastname
        (use a
        dash with NO space between your first name and last name e.g. sci-guy)
         
      • Complete WB 60 using this (note) (video watch until 4:00)
         

 

Oct 9

 Unit Test

 

 

 

  • Complete WB 60 using this (note) (video watch until 4:00)
     

 

Oct 10

Projectile Motion

2.3 Projectile Motion

 

Web Links:
  
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!

   Dude Perfect Football Challenge

  • Projectie Motion:
    • Review the Projectile Motion Comparison (chart) (answers)
    • Complete WB 61 examples (1-3) on LEFT (answers in note)
       
  • Complete the followint to reinforce concepts:
    • Horizontal Projectile Motion Worksheet #2, 4, 5 (answers)
    • Angled Projectile Motion Worksheet #4-7-5 (answers)
    • WB 62 #1-3 (explain how the vx and vy is affected by the angle and how each determine the max height and range) (answers)
       

 

Oct 15

Angled Projectile Motion

2.3 Projectile Motion

Web Links:

   Great Projectile Motion Site
  
Another Great Projectile Motion Applet
  
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!

  • projectile motion quiz 1 (answers)
     
  • Continue reviewing projectile motion - especially application questions:
    • WB 63 #4-6 (explain how the vx and vy is affected by the angle and how each determine the max height and range) (answers)
    • Projectile Motion Concepts Review
       
    • Try Extra textbook questions (TB 81 #1-4, 6-7, try #8; TB 78 #1,2;  TB 81 #2, 5; TB 93 #40)

 


Oct 16

 

Intro to Forces

3.1 Intro to Forces

Resources:

   Intro Forces Powerpoint

 

  • projectile motion quiz 2 (answers)
     
  • Intro to Forces Workbook note and Powerpoint
    • WB. 66 (right-side omit fundamental forces for now)
       
  • Drawing Free Body Diagrams (FBD):
    • complete WB 67 FBD at bottom (answers)
    • complete the Intro to Forces Worksheet WB 67a
       
  • study for projectile motion assignment


Oct 17

 

Free Body Diagrams

3.1 Intro to Forces

Web Links:

       2D Force Vector Addition Guide (WB. 71)

What is cruise control?

 

  • Finding Fnet: (use WB. 71 and Tutorial 1 on p. 117 of your text to help you)
  • study for projectile motion assignment


Oct 18

 

Projectile Motion Assignment
Newton's First Law of Motion

3.2 Newton's First Law of Motion

Web Links:

   Headrest Safety

   Seat Belt Safety

 

  • Newtons's First Law:
    • Use Text Section 3.2 to complete today's FIrst Law note
    • Watch the 1st Law video or use the 1st law Powerpoint to help you understand concepts
    • Complete WB 72 #1-3, 5-8
      • describe the situation BEFORE and AFTER and provide an explanation based on first law - (object .... stays ..... due to no Fnet) (use the examples to help model your answers)
    • Complete TB 129 #3-6, 9-10, 12