Date

Topic

Homework

Sep 8 
Welcome
to Physics!
Welcome Letter
for Parents

A6.2
Measurement in Physics
(pp. 651652 in text)

Web
Links:
Why Take Physics?
Great Algebra Review Site!
WHMIS 2015 Info
Videos:
Math Review 
Fractions
Math Review 
Pos/Neg
Math Review 
Algebra/Trig
Math Review  Isolating Variables
Math Review 
Sci Notation Intro


Review the
following:

review the
NEW
WHMIS 2015 symbols by completing
WB
4a
using the
WHMIS Powerpoint

complete the following
Math Review
pages in the workbook:

WB
6a Math Review(answers)

WB
7
Math Review(answers)

try a few questions on WB 8 (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
 Watch
the video and then complete the Scientific Notation note:

Sep 9 
Measurement in Physics
Diagnostic Measurement Review WB 9 Due
Today!

A6.2
Measurement in Physics
(pp. 651652 in text)

Videos:
Math Review 
Sci Notation Calculator
How to enter Sci Not on a
calculator
Accuracy vs Precision


complete right side of the Algebra Review WB 8  (video)
(answers)

Complete the the following:
 WB10
Measurement Intro:
(Note)
(Video)
(Powerpoint)

Measurement In Physics 10a/b
Activity

these are
important concepts for lab reports

if you have difficulty,
use videos at left to review specific concepts

complete WB
9  Complete #1 (graph), 3, 5, 6

study for the Gonzaga Safety Quiz

Sep 10 
Safety Quiz Today!
Measurement in Physics

A6.2
Measurement in Physics
(pp. 651652 in text)



Complete
the Gravity
Lab using the online accuracy/precision
note above

show the sample
calculation for the first mass only (GRASP method)

determine the accuracy of the acceleration for the first mass

determine the precision of the FIRST set of time measurements

complete the remaining questions on both sides
 Watch
the video and then complete the significant digit note:

Sep 11

Photo Day!
Significant Digits
Converting Units in Physics  Factor Label Method

A6.2
Measurement in Physics
(pp. 651652 in text)
A6.6 FactorLabel Method / SI
Conversions (pp. 655655 in text) 
Web
Links:
Try the Significant Digit Game!
Videos:
Significant Digits & Measurement
Math
Review  Rounding
Calculating
with Significant Digits


Complete the following pages in the
workbook:

WB 13 Significant Digit Review Worksheet
(answers)
 these
are extremely important concepts we will use ALL YEAR!

if you have difficulty,
use videos at left to review specific concepts
 BRING
PROTRACTORS AND RULERS!

Sep 14 
What are Vector Quantities?
Drawing Vectors

1.1 Vector Quantities

Web
Links:
Distance Vs. Displacement
Videos:
Factor Label Conversions
Vector Quantities
Drawing Vectors Scale Diagrams


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)
significant digits and calculations
factor
label conversions

Complete the following factor label notes/practice
worksheets:
(Remember
to practice as many questions on WB 15 until you master the factor label
method)
SI System Review Powerpoint (click
here)

Complete the following pages in the
workbook:
 Read
the Textbook Section 1.1 (pp. 813) and try the following questions:
 TB
11 practice #13
 TB
13 #14

Sep 15 
Drawing Vectors in 2D
Diagnostic Math & Measurement Quiz

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:
 Review
pages 6164 in the text  spend time going over
Tutorial 2

Drawing Vectors WB 17
(note)
(video)

Adding Vectors at an Angle WB 18a
(note)

Adding Vectors at an Angle'
worksheet WB 19 (answers
click here and
click here)
(video)
 Want
extra practice? Try
 TB. 64 #12

Sep 16 
Drawing 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 6971 in the text  spend time going over Tutorial 3

Complete the following:
 WB. 20A Adding Vectors
Algebraically (note)
 WB. 20c Pirate
Worksheet #13, (try #4 if you need extra
practice) (answers)

Sep 17 
Drawing Vectors in 2D 
2.2
Motion in Two Dimensions  An Algebraic Approach

Web Link:
Vectors Java Applet
Adding Angled Vectors PPT
Adding Angled Vectors Example
Videos:
Adding
Algebraically 2D Overview
Adding
Algebraically 2D Example


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 #46
(answers)
(4,6,7 on your handout)

If you need
step by step practice  try WB 23
(Vectorific Problems)
 (answers)

Try some textbook questions if you need
more practice TB. 71 #12, TB. 75 #15

Powerpoint Resources for Today's Lesson
 Vector Addition Overview Powerpoint (click
here)
 Vector Addition Detail Powerpoint (WB 22) (click
here)

Study for vectors quiz on Monday!

Sep 18 
PD DAY! 
1.2 Graphing Motion  PositionTime graphs 
Diagnostic
Quiz returned today for additional feedback view this
video 

Watch the following videos to review graphing:

Sep 21 
Vectors Quiz

1.2 Graphing Motion  PositionTime graphs 
Videos:
Intro to PositionTimes (WB 25)
How to Graph and Calculate Slope
(WB 26)
Uniform Motion Slope Calculation
(WB 26)
NonUniform Motion
(WB 27)
Gravity
Labs returned today for additional feedback view this
video


You should
have the following
notes
complete for TUESDAY
(WB 2527)

use the
videos at left to help you
 Make
a graph of the bowling ball data and determine the slope of the line of best
fit (data is
here if you
were absent)

Sep 22 
PositionTime graphs 
1.2 Graphing Motion  PositionTime graphs 
Web Links:
Fun PositionTime Applet
Cow PositionTime Applet
dt Graph
Videos:
NonUniform
Motion
(WB 27)


Use the
Powerpoint and
videos at the left
to review
positiontime graphs:

Complete:

prepare for tomorrow's
inclass assessment

Sep 23 
PositionTime graphs
Vectors
InClass Assessment
PERIOD 3
has 3A LUNCH! 
1.3 Acceleration  PositionTime graphs 
Web Links:
positiontime graph animation
positiontime graph tutorial
Walk the Graph Review
dt Graph
Videos:
Describing
Acceleration
(WB 28)
Determining Instantaneous Velocity
(WB 28)


Review WB. 28 (instantaneous
velocity
note)

Complete the following to reinforce concepts:

Sep 24 
PositionTime graphs

1.3 Acceleration  PositionTime graphs 
Web Links:
positiontime graph animation
positiontime graph tutorial
Walk the Graph Review
Extra
Resource:
Graphing Card Matching
Activity (answers)


Try  'Gopher' PositionTime Worksheet (click
here)
(Answers)

Complete
the following (in class):

Watch the following videos to complete notes on WB 35:

video
top half of WB. 35 (Intro to vt graphs) (note)

video
bottom half of WB. 35 (vt slopes) (note)

video
bottom half of WB. 35 (vt slopes examples (note)

Sep 25 
TERRY FOX RUN
(30 Min Periods) 

vt
Graph Videos:
Intro to VelocityTime Graphs
(WB 35)
How to Calculate Slope
(WB 35)
Slope Calculation Examples
(WB
35)
Extra
Resource:
Graphing Card Matching
Activity (answers)


complete the following worksheets:

Watch the following videos to complete notes on WB 35:

video
remainder of WB. 35 (Determining Displacement) (note)

video
remainder of WB. 35 (Compare Distance and Displacement) (note)

Review for Positiontime graph quiz Monday

Sep 28 
VelocityTime
Graphs 
1.2 Graphing Motion  VelocityTime graphs

Positiontime graph quiz vt
Graph Videos:
Determining Displacement from Area
(WB 35)
Comparing Distance and Displacement
(WB 35) 

complete the following worksheets:

WB 36 #1
+ #2 (description only)

WB
36b (back side of Friday's handout) (worksheet) (answers)

WB 37 (
answers)

If you
want extra practice try the following worksheet (click
here for a copy) (click
here for the answers)

Sep 29 
AccelerationTime Graphs
Converting Between Graphs
Graphing Review

1.3 Graphing Motion
1.4 accelerationtime graphs

at Graph
Videos
at Graphs
(WB
3839)
Videos
Multipart vt
Graphs
Converting Graphs (4243)
Extra
Resource:
Graphing Card Matching
Activity (answers)
Web Links:
Great Graphing Review Site
Graph Attack Site) 

Sep 30 
Intro to Motion Equations 
1.5 Motion Equations

Videos
How to use the GRASP method
(WB 44)
Solving Uniform Motion Equations
(WB 45)
Solving Acceleration Equations
(WB
45)
Deriving Accel
Displacement Equations
(WB 46)
Deriving
Last Two Equations
(WB
46)


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)

Oct 1 
Combined Graphing Quiz

1.5 Motion Equations
1.6 Motion Equations
 Acceleration Due to Gravity

Videos
Overview of Equations (EHarmony) (WB
48)
Equations with Gravity
(WB 49)


review "How to Solve Equations" (click
here for the note)

complete the following questions  remember to use
proper GRASS format

tcomplete the examples WB 4850 (click
here for note)

Review for
Graphing Assessment of Learning (Summative)

Oct 2 
Graphing In Class Assessment!
PERIOD 3
has 3A LUNCH! 
1.6 Motion Equations
Two Part Motion

Web Link:
(Usain
Bolt vs Gravity)
Videos
2 Part Motion Problems
(WB 51)


Review:

WB 51 (completed inclass)  (click
here for note)

Tutorials
in Section 1.6 of the Textbook

complete the following questions  remember to use
proper GRASS format
work on
WB 52 'Equations of Motion' worksheet 19 (click
here for a copy) (click
here for answers)

Study for Equations  Quiz (you must memorize
the Equations!)

Oct 5 
Equations Quiz
Test Review 

Test Topic List (click
here)


Oct 6 
Acceleration Lab  Measurement 

Test Topic List (click
here)


Try the following textbook review questions:

Multiple Choice  p.89 #1,3; p.90 #2;
p.100#14, 11

Vectors  p. 71 #12; p. 53# 1, 2

Graphing  p. 30 #6; p. 53# 33, 34; p. 56# 66, 67;
p. 43 #7

Equations  p. 39 #16; p. 43 #46

Oct 7 
Acceleration Lab  Measurement 



Acceleration Down a Ramp (click
here) lab:

Observation Table
completed in class as a group

Friday you will be finding vinst from the dt
graph and making a vt graph to find acceleration (individual work) 
you can try the practice assignment given out today (answers
here)  remember to colour code each
slope

Try the following textbook review questions:

Multiple Choice  p.89 #1,3; p.90 #2;
p.100#14, 11

Vectors  p. 71 #12; p. 53# 1, 2

Graphing  p. 30 #6; p. 53# 33, 34; p. 56# 66, 67;
p. 43 #7

Equations  p. 39 #16; p. 43 #46

Oct 8 
Unit Test 



work
on Observations for Acceleration Down a Ramp (click
here) for lab:

Oct 9 
Acceleration Lab  Graphing 



review the following prior to tomorrow's
inclass 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?)

review
dt and vt graphing concepts


Acceleration Lab  In Class Analysis 




Projectile Motion

2.3
Projectile Motion

Web Links:
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!
Mythbusters Bullet Drop Part 1
Mythbusters Bullet Drop Part 2


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
FirstnameLastname
(use a
dash
with NO space between your
first name
and
last name)

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


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 Angled Projectile Motion
Worksheet (answers)

try text p. 81 #14, 67, try
#8

study for
projectile motion quiz tomorrow


Projectile Motion Review
Projectile Motion Quiz


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
(omit fundamental forces for now)
 WB. 56
(try some of the FBD at the bottom of the page)


Free Body
Diagrams 
3.1
Intro to
Forces



complete the Forces note WB. 5758 (done in
class) (note)

complete WB 59 (use WB. 60 and Tutorial 1 on p. 117 of your text to
help you)
(answers)


Projectile Motion  In Class Assignment 





3.1
Types of
Forces

Web Links:
Great Force App
(the one we used in class today)
Great FBD Tutorial

