Kinematics - Grade 11 University Physics Homework Calendar

Kinematics: Learning Goals

 

 Date

Topic

Homework

 

Sep 6

 Welcome to Physics!   
 
Welcome Letter for Parents

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

Web Links:

Why Take Physics?

 

Great Algebra Review Site!


WHMIS 2015 Info

 

Sep 6

Cont'd

Math Review

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

Videos:

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

  • complete the following Math Review pages in the workbook:
    • WB 9-10 Math Review(answers)
    • WB 11 Math Review(answers)
    • WB 12 complete left column of  (Algebra Review)  - (video) (answers)
       
    • 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 7

Measurement in Physics

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

Videos:

Math Review - Sci Notation Intro
Math Review - Sci Notation Calculator

How to enter Sci Not on a calculator

Accuracy vs Precision

  • Complete the the following:
    • Measurement In Physics 12a/b/c/d  Activity
    • WB13 Measurement Intro:  (Note) (Video) (Powerpoint)
      • these are important concepts for lab reports
      • if you have difficulty, use videos at left to review specific concepts
         
  • Watch the video and then complete the Scientific Notation note:
  • start on WB 17 - Complete #1 (graph), 2-6,9 (answers)
     

 

Sep 8

Measurement in Physics

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

Videos:

How to enter Sci Notation on a calculator

Dysfunctional Group
Functional Group

  • Complete the Gravity Lab using the online accuracy/precision note above
    • Here are some tips to help you with your lab
       
  • complete on WB 17 - Complete #1 (graph), 2-6,9 (answers)
     
  • study for the Gonzaga Safety Quiz

 

Sep 9

Safety Quiz Today!

 

Significant Digits

Converting Units in Physics - Factor Label Method

   A6.2 Measurement in Physics (pp. 651-652 in text)
 
A6.6
Factor-Label Method / SI Conversions  (pp. 655-655 in text)

Videos:
     Significant Digits & Measurement
    Math Review - Rounding
    Calculating with Significant Digits
 

Videos:
        
Factor Label Conversions

  • these are extremely important concepts we will use ALL YEAR!
    I
    f you have difficulty, use videos at left to review specific concepts
  • Complete the following factor label notes/practice worksheets
  • WB 14 note and WB 15 (answers) (video)

SI System Review Powerpoint (click here)

  • BRING PROTRACTORS AND RULERS
     
  • Study for Diagnostic Math Quiz Tomorrow
    (you must obtain a minimum of 70% on the quiz or do a rewrite!)
    • basic trigonometry

    • scientific notation

    • algebra (solving equations)

    • graphing (slope calculations)

    • significant digits (basics)

 

Sep  12

Diagnostic Math & Measurement

What are Vector Quantities?
Drawing Vectors

1.1 Vector Quantities

 

 

Web Links:

Distance Vs. Displacement

Videos:

Vector Quantities
Drawing Vectors Scale Diagrams

  • Complete the following pages in the workbook:
    • Vectors worksheet WB 19 (video) (powerpoint)
    • Look over Drawing Vectors WB 20 (note) (video) we will complete the note tomorrow - remember to bring PROTRACTORS and RULERS
       
  • Read the Textbook Section 1.1 (pp. 8-13) and try the following questions:
    • TB  11 practice #1-3
    • TB  13 #1-4

 

Sep 13

Drawing Vectors in 2D

Diagnostic Quiz returned today for additional  feedback view this video

2.1 Motion in Two Dimensions - Vector Diagrams

 

 

Videos:
    
Drawing Vectors Scale Diagrams

 

 

  • Complete the Following Worksheets:
    • Review pages 61-64 in the text - spend time going over Tutorial 2
    • Drawing Vectors WB 20 (note) (video)
    • Complete at least half of extra angled scale diagram questions (answers)
    • Want even more extra practice? Try - TB. 64 #1-2
       
  • Copy Resultant Displacement Note WB 21 (note) (video)
    (the video is not EXACTLY the same but still explains the idea of adding vectors)
     

 

Sep 14

Adding Vectors in 2D

2.1 Motion in Two Dimensions - Vector Diagrams

Web Links:
    
Vector Addition (physics classroom)
    
Vector Addition (math is fun!)

Videos:
    
Adding Vectors Scale Diagram

 

  • Complete the Following Worksheets:
    • Adding Vectors at an Angle' worksheet WB 21-22 (video)
    • try a few of these extra resultant questions
    • Want even more extra practice? Try - TB. 64 #1-2
       
  • copy the following note for tomorrow:
    • WB. 23 Adding Vectors Algebraically (note)

 

Sep 15

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

  • Read pages 69-71 in the text - spend time going over Tutorial 3
  • Complete the following:
    • WB. 24 Adding Vectors Algebraically (note)
    • WB. 24a Pirate Worksheet #1-4 (try #5 for a challenge)  (answers)

 

Sep 19

Adding Vectors in 2D

2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach

Web Link:

 Adding Angled Vectors PPT
 
Adding Angled Vectors Example

Videos:

Adding Algebraically 2D Overview

Adding Algebraically 2D Example

 

Gravity Labs returned today for additional  feedback view this video

  • 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!
     
  • Complete the following:
    • WB 21 right side (answer)
    • WB. 20c Pirate Worksheet #5-6   (answers)
    • If you need step by step practice - try WB 23 (Vectorific Problems) - (answers)
       
    • Try some textbook questions if you need more practice TB. 71 #1-2, TB. 75 #1-5
    • Powerpoint Resources for Today's Lesson

          -  Vector Addition Overview Powerpoint (click here)

          -  Vector Addition Detail Powerpoint (WB 22) (click here)
       

  • Study for vectors quiz!

 

Sep 20

Vectors Quiz

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

Videos:

How to Graph and Calculate Slope (WB29)

  • Complete 'Uniform Motion Lab' - (click here) - Use the Checklist (click here)
     
  • Review Graphing Expectations WB 27 and Position-time graphs WB 29 (left side)
    • watch the How to Graph and Calculate slope video
    • complete the slope calculation on WB. 29 (left side only)

 

Sep 21

Position-Time graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

Videos:

Intro to Position-Times (WB 28)

Uniform Motion Slope Calculation (WB 29)

Non-Uniform Motion (WB 30)

Describing Acceleration (WB 31)

Web Links:
     
Fun Position-Time Applet
      Cow Position-Time Applet
:

  • Review Intro to Position-Time graphs on WB 28a
     
  • You should have the following notes complete for Tomorrow
    • WB 29 (right side)
    • WB 30 (left side)
    • WB 31 (top only)
  • Complete WB 33 (all except for the slope calculations)(answers)

 

Sep 22

TERRY FOX WALK!
Position-Time graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

Web Links:
       position-time graph animation
      
position-time graph tutorial
     
Walk the Graph Review

d-t Graph Videos:
     Determining Instantaneous Velocity (WB 31)

 

  • Complete the following to reinforce concepts:
    • WB 35 (no slope calculations/velocity)   (Answers)
       
  • study for Vectors Assignment

 

Sep 23

Vectors In-Class Assessment

Position-Time graphs

1.3 Acceleration - Position-Time graphs

Web Links:

       position-time graph animation
      
position-time graph tutorial
      Walk the Graph Review

Extra Resource:
    
Graphing Card Matching Activity (answers)

  • Complete the following:
    • make sure the notes and worksheets from WB 29-35 are complete
      (i.e. go back and complete the Vinst calculations)
       
    • Try - 'Gopher' Position-Time Worksheet (click here)  (Answers)
       
  • Study  for position-time graph quiz

 

Sep 26

Velocity-Time graphs
Position-time graph quiz

1.2 Graphing Motion - Velocity-Time graphs
 

v-t Graph Videos:
  
 
Intro to Velocity-Time Graphs (WB 35)

     How to Calculate Slope (WB 35)
     Slope Calculation Examples  (WB 35)

Extra Resource:
    
Graphing Card Matching Activity (answers)

 

  • Moving Man WB 33 use this web site (click here)
  • Watch the following videos to complete notes on WB 35:
    •  video top left half of WB. 37 (Intro to v-t graphs) (note)
    •  video bottom left half of WB. 37 (v-t slopes) (note)
    •  video bottom left half of WB. 37 (v-t slopes examples (note)
    •  video remainder right of WB. 37 (Determining Displacement) (note)
    •  video remainder right of WB. 37 (Compare Distance and Displacement) (note)
       
  • complete the following worksheets:

 

Sep 27

Velocity-Time Graphs  

 

  • complete the following worksheets:
    • WB 38 #1 + #2 (description only)
    • WB 37b (back side of handout)  (worksheet) (answers)
    • WB 39 ( answers)
    • If you want extra practice try the following worksheet (click here for a copy)  (click here for the answers)

 

Sep 28

Acceleration-Time Graphs
Converting Between Graphs
Graphing Review

1.3 Graphing Motion
1.4 acceleration-time graphs

 

a-t Graph Videos
    
a-t Graphs  (WB 38-39)

Videos
     Multipart v-t Graphs
     Converting Graphs (42-43)
Extra Resource:
    
Graphing Card Matching Activity (answers)

Web Links:
       
Great Graphing Review Site
        Graph Attack Site)

 

  • Acceleration-Time Graphs:

  • Converting between graphs: (Check out the videos if you missed the lesson class today!)
    • Converting d-t to v-t graphs WB. 42
    • Complete WB 43 graph conversions (answers)

     

  • Make study notes - you will be thankful at exam time!
     
  • Try the the following to further review concepts:
    • TB. 52-53 #1-8, 19, 21, 22-25, 33, 34
    • 'Walk the Graph' note in WB 41 (try to label/describe each type of motion) use this site: (Walk the Graph Activity)

Sep 29

V-T Graphing Quiz

 

Videos

How to use the GRASP method (WB 44)
Solving Uniform Motion Equations (WB 45)
Solving Acceleration Equations  (WB 45)

  • graph to graph quiz (answers)
     
  • review the following notes:
    • GRASP method expectations (click here) on WB 44 and the new handout (click here)
    • Equations of Motion W 45 & 46 (click here for the note)
       
  • complete the following questions - remember to use proper GRASS format
    • WB 47 (click here for the answers)
 

 Sep 30

Intro to Motion Equations

1.5 Motion Equations

Combined Graphing Quiz

Videos

Deriving Accel Displacement Equations  (WB 46)
 
Deriving Last Two Equations  (WB 46)

Overview of Equations (E-Harmony) (WB 48)
Equations with Gravity (WB 50)

  • review "How to Solve Equations" (click here for the note)
  • complete the following questions - remember to use proper GRASS format
    • examples on WB 48-50 (click here for note)
    • start on WB 52 'Equations of Motion' worksheet 1-10 (click here for a copy) (click here for answers)

Oct
3

 

1.5 Motion Equations
1.6  Motion Equations - Acceleration Due to Gravity

Web Link:
    
(Usain Bolt vs Gravity)
  

Videos       

      2 Part Motion Problems (WB 51)

 

 

  

  • Review:

    •  WB 51 (completed in-class) - (click here for note)
    • WB 52 'Equations of Motion' worksheet 11-13 (click here for a copy) (click here for answers)
    •  Tutorials in Section 1.6 of the Textbook
       
  • Review for Graphing Assessment of Learning (Summative)
    • d-t / v-t / a-t (slope / area / analysis / graph to graph)
    • answers for today's quiz!

Oct 4
 

Equations / Test Review

1.6  Motion Equations -Two Part Motion

 

 

 

  • Equations: complete any remaining questions on WB 52 (1-13)
     
  • Test Review:
    • Kwik Kinematics Review WB 54b (click here)  Answers (click here)
    •  Try #2, 7, 4-6 on p. 43 of the text

 

Oct 5

Graphing In Class Assignment!
 

Acceleration Lab - Measurement

 

 

Test Topic List (click here)

 

  • Acceleration Down a Ramp (click here) lab data collection
    • Observation Table completed in class as a group
    • Tomorrow you will be finding vinst from the d-t graph and making a v-t graph to find acceleration (individual work) - examples of what you will be doing (here) - remember to bring in pencil crayons/highlighters & graph paper
    • review your uniform motion lab to prepare
       
  • Study for Equations - Quiz (you must memorize the Equations!)

Oct 6

Acceleration Lab - Graphing

 

 

 Equations Quiz

 

Test Topic List (click here)

 

  • 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 6 

Acceleration Lab - Part 1 Analysis

 

 

 
  • review the following prior to tomorrow's in-class lab write up:
    • errors in measurement (procedural and experimental)
    •  % error calculations
    •  accuracy and precision
    • three part error analysis (what is the error? How does it affect the results? How can it be reduced?)
 

Oct
 7

 

Unit Test

 

 

 

Oct 11
 

Acceleration Lab - Part 2 Analysis
Projectile Motion

 
 

 

  • Horizontal Projectile Motion Note (click here)
     
  • review d-t and v-t graphing concepts for part II of lab - analysis

Oct 12

Projectile Motion

2.3 Projectile Motion

Web Links:
  
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!

   Dud Perfect Football Challenge

    Mythbusters Bullet Drop Part 1
    Mythbusters Bullet Drop Part 2

  • Horizontal Projectile Motion Note (click here)
  • complete Projectile Motion Worksheet (click here) (answers)
  • Try text  p.  78 #1,2;  p.  81 #2, 5;  p. 93 #40
     

Oct 13

Angled Projectile Motion
 

2.3 Projectile Motion

Web Links:

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

  • Angled Projectile Motion Note (click here)
  • complete the X and Y components activity we completed today (click here)
  • complete Projectile Motion GIZMO worksheet using the ExploreLearning.com website:
    • Enroll in a class (blue button top right corner) - using the following class code:  T3LZ28ZH7U       
    • Register - Create a User Name consisting of Firstname-Lastname
      (use a
      dash with NO space between your first name and last name)
  • complete Angled Projectile Motion Worksheet (answers)
  • try text  p.  81 #1-4, 6-7, try #8
  • study for projectile motion quiz Monday

 

Oct 14

Projectile Motion Review
Intro to Forces

Projectile Motion Quiz

3.1 Intro to Forces

 

Resources:

   Intro Forces Powerpoint

 

 

  • projectile motion quiz (answers)
     
  • complete the following Intro to Forces notes using section 3.1 of the text and the (Intro to Forces Powerpoint)
    • Intro to Forces Worksheet from today
    • WB. 55 (right-side omit fundamental forces for now)
    • WB. 56 (use the powerpoint to check your answers)

 

Oct  17

 


Free Body Diagrams

3.1 Intro to Forces

 

 

Web Links:

     2D Force Vector Addition Guide (WB. 60)