Kinematics - Grade 11 University Physics Homework Calendar

Kinematics: Learning Goals

 

Date

Topic / Links

Textbook Reference / Homework

 

Jan 31

 

Math Review

 

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

Web Link: Why Take Physics?

Web Link: Great Algebra Review Site!

Web Link: How to enter Sci Not on a calculator

Video: Math Review - Fractions
Video: Math Review - Pos/Neg
Video:
Math Review - Algebra/Trig
Video:
Math Review - Sci Notation Intro
Video:
Math Review - Sci Notation Calculator
 

  • complete the following Math Review pages in the workbook:
    • WB 6a Math Review(answers)
      • try a few of these
      • if you have difficulty, use videos at left to review specific concepts
    • WB 8 Algebra Review (video) solve right side equations (must be done for Monday!)
    • WB 9a - Measurement Review submitted on Monday! (answers posted Monday)
    • WB 11 Scientific Notation (left side only) (note) (Video) (Powerpoint)
       
  • Get Safety Agreement  and Science Expectations signed!

 

Feb 3

 

Measurement in Physics

 

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

Video: Math Review - Rounding
Video: Accuracy vs Precision
Video: Significant Digits & Measurement

Video: Calculating with Significant Digits

Web Link: (Try the Significant Digit Game!)

  • complete the following pages in the workbook:
    • WB 10 Measurement Intro (note) (Video) (Powerpoint)
      • these are important concepts for lab reports
      • if you have difficulty, use videos at left to review specific concepts
         
    • WB 11 Significant Digits (note) (Video) (Powerpoint)
    • WB 12 Significant Digit Calculations (note) (Video) (Powerpoint)
      • these are extremely important concepts we will use ALL YEAR!
      • if you have difficulty, use videos at left to review specific concepts
         

 

Feb 4

Factor-Label Method / SI Conversions

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

 

Web Link: SI System Powerpoint

 

  • Complete the following pages in the workbook:
    • WB 13 Significant Digit Worksheet  (answers)
  •  
  • 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)

 

Feb 5

Intro Lab Activity A6 .2-Measurement In Physics
       (p. 651-652 in text)

 

Buses Cancelled Today

 

 

  • complete the following Safety Review:
    • WB 5 (use Appendix A of Textbook and WHMIS  Powerpoint to help you)
    • study for the Gonzaga Safety Quiz Tomorrow
       
  • Study for Diagnostic Math Quiz & Safety Quiz Friday
    (you must obtain a minimum of 70% on the quiz or do a rewrite!)

·         slope + graphing

·         basic trigonometry

·         scientific notation

·         algebra (solving equations)

·         significant digits and calculations

·         factor label method

 

Feb 6

Intro Lab Activity A6 .2-Measurement In Physics
       (p. 651-652 in text)

Web Link: Intro to Gravity Lab

Web Link: WHMIS Symbols Site

 

 

  • Complete the following vector note using the associated video:

·        Vectors worksheet WB 16 (video) (powerpoint)

  • complete the following Safety Review:
    • WB 5 (use Appendix A of Textbook and WHMIS  Powerpoint to help you)
    • study for the Gonzaga Safety Quiz Tomorrow
  • Study for Diagnostic Math Quiz & Safety Quiz Tomorrow
    (you must obtain a minimum of 70% on the quiz or do a rewrite!)

·         slope + graphing

·         basic trigonometry

·         scientific notation

·         algebra (solving equations)

·         significant digits and calculations

  • Bring Protractors and Rulers Tomorrow!

 

Feb 7

What are Vector Quantities?
Drawing Vectors

Diagnostic Math Quiz

1.1 Vector Quantities

 

Web Link: Distance Vs. Displacement

 

  • complete the following

·        Vectors worksheet WB 16 (video) (powerpoint)

·        Vectors worksheet WB 16b (answers)

·        Drawing Vecors WB 17 (note) (video)

  • read textbook section 1.1 (pp. 8-13)

·         textbook p. 11 practice #1-3

·         textbook p. 13 #1-4

 

 

Feb 10

Drawing Vectors in 2D

2.1 Motion in Two Dimensions - Vector Diagrams

 

Web Link: Vector Addition (physics classroom)

Web Link: Vector Addition (math is fun!)

 

 

Youtube Videos of Today's Lesson:

    -  adding Vectors Scale Diagram (click here)

    -  adding Vectors Algebraically 1d (click here)

    -  adding Vectors Algebraically 2d (click here)

 

Feb 11

Drawing Vectors in 2D

2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach

Web Link: Vectors Java Applet
Web Link:
Adding Angled Vectors PPT
Web Link:
Adding Angled Vectors 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!

 

Youtube Videos of Today's Lesson:

    -  adding Vectors Algebraically 2d (click here)

    -  finding X&Y Vector Components (click here)

    -  adding Vectors Algebraically in 2D Overview (click here)

    -  adding Vectors Algebraically in 2D Example (click here)

 

Powerpoint Resources for Today's Lesson

    -  Vector Addition Overview Powerpoint (click here)

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

  Textbook Resources for Today's Lesson

    -  Read pages 69-71 in the text - spend time going over Tutorial 3

 

Feb 12

Period 2 Assembly

Period 3 - Continue on Vector Work

2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach

 

 

  • study for Vectors / Factor Label  Quiz

 

 

Feb 13

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

Vectors Quiz

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

 

 

  • read textbook p. 18-19 and p. 21-22
     
  • Complete 'Position-Time Graphs' notes in workbook (in class) - (click here) for the notes

·          WB 25 (definitions on left side and entire right side)

·         WB 26 (both sides - use correct units in slope calculations)

·         WB 76 (left side only - use appropriate terminology)

  • Review the following videos to help you with position-time graphs:

·         #1 - Position-Time Graph - Intro to Position-Times (WB 25)

·         #2 - Position-Time Graph - How to Graph and Calculate Slope (WB 26)

·         #3 - Position-Time Graph - Uniform Motion Slope Calculation (WB 26)

 

 

Feb 14

1.3 Acceleration - Position-Time graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs


Web Link:
(Fun Position-Time Applet)

Web Link: (Cow Position-Time Applet)

  • read text p. 29-30 (instantaneous velocity & average velocity) (click here) for the notes
     
  • check out the powerpoint we viewed today! (click here)
  • Complete 'Position-Time Graphs' notes in workbook (WB 28-29) - (click here) for the notes
  • Complete the following to reinforce concepts:

    ·         WB. 32 (Answers WB32)

  • Review the following videos to help you with position-time graphs:

·         #4 - Position-Time Graph - Acceleration Non-Uniform Motion (WB 27)

·         #5 - Position-Time Graph - Acceleration - Describing Acceleration (WB 28)

·         #6 - Position-Time Graph Intro - Determining Instantaneous Acceleration (WB 28)

 

 

Feb 18

1.3 Acceleration - Position-Time graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

Web Link: (position-time graph animation)

Web Link: (position-time graph tutorial)

Web Link: (Walk the Graph Review)

 

 

  • Complete the following to further reinforce concepts
  • Try this - Use this web site (click here) to complete WB 33 (Have fun!)
     
  • Review for Position-time graph quiz tomorrow

 

 

Feb 19

Velocity-Time Graphs

Position - Time Graph Quiz

1.3 Graphing Motion
         
 

 

  • Complete 'Velocity-Time Graphs' note in workbook W. 36 (click here for a copy)
  • Review the following videos to help you with velocity-time graphs:

·  #1 - Velocity-Time Graph - Intro to Velocity-Time Graphs (WB 36)

·  #2 - Velocity-Time Graph - How to Calculate Slope (WB 37)

·  #3 - Velocity-Time Graph - Slope Calculation Examples  (WB 36)

·  #4 - Velocity-Time Graph - Determining Displacement from Area (WB 36)

·  #5 - Velocity-Time Graph - Comparing Distance and Displacement (WB 36)

  • Complete the v-t graph in class worksheet 38a  (click here for a copy)  (click here for the answers)
    complete the following worksheets:
    • velocity-time WB 35-36   (click here for the answers)

 

Feb 20

Velocity-Time Graphs
Acceleration-Time Graphs

Uniform Motion Lab

1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs
1.3
Acceleration - Position-Time graphs
 

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  • Complete 'Uniform Motion Lab' - (click here) - Use the Checklist (click here)
    • Observation Table - Title, Correct Headings, Correct SD
    • Graph - Title, Correct Scale + line of best fit
    • Slope - correct format with units and directions (also show coordinates used)
    • Analysis - explain and account for your answers
    • Error analysis - spend extra time on the error analysis - this is the most significant part of the analysis!
       
  • Complete the following:
    • Graphing Summary' note in workbook W.39
    • Acceleration-time note WB. 37-38 (click here) and for the answers (click here)
       
  • Try the the following to further review concetps:
    • 'Walk the Graph' note in WB 40 (try to label/describe each type of motion) use this site: (Walk the Graph Activity)
    • Extra Velocity-Time Worksheet to practice for tomorrow's quiz (answers)

 

Feb 21

Graphing Review

Graphing Quiz (Now Monday)

1.3 Graphing Motion
1.4 acceleration-time graphs

 

Web Link: (Great Graphing Review Site)  
Web Link: (Graph Attack Site)

  • Graphing Card Matching activity (click here) Thanks for the feedback today!
     
  • Spend time reviewing vectors and graphing:
    • Make study notes - you will be thankful at exam time!
    • Try  converting d-t to v-t graphs WB. 41 and 42
    • Complete some of the following textbook questions: TB. 52-53 #1-8, 19, 21, 22-25, 33, 34
       
  • Review for the Real Graphing quiz Monday

 

Feb 24

Intro to Motion Equations

Graphing Quiz

1.5 Motion Equations


USING GRASP METHOD (
click here)

 

 

  • review GRASP method expectations (click here) on WB 43 and Equations of Motion W 44 (click here for the note)
  • Review the following videos to help you with equation solving:

·         #1 - Equations- How to use the GRASP method (WB 44)

·         #2 - Equations - Solving Uniform Motion Equations (WB 45)

·         #3 - Equations - Solving Acceleration Equations  (WB 45)

·         #1 - Equations - Deriving Accel Displacement Equations  (WB 45)

·         #2 - Equations - Deriving Last Two Equations  (WB 45)

  • complete the following questions - remember to use proper GRASS format

o  WB 46 (click here for the answers)

o  Try the odd questions on the ``Equation Fun`` Worksheet (click here) (click here for the answers)

 

Feb 25

Motion Equations - Falling Objects

1.6  Motion Equations - Acceleration Due to Gravity

 

Web Link: (Usain Bolt vs Gravity)  

 

 

  • complete the following questions - remember to use proper GRASS format

o    WB 47-49 (completed in-class) (click here for note)

o    complete WB 51 'Equations of Motion' worksheet 1-9 (click here for a copy) (click here for answers)

  • Review the following videos to help you with solving equations:

·         #3 - Equations - Overview of Equations (E-Harmony) (WB 36)

·         #4 - Equations - Equations with Gravity (WB 36)

·         #5 - Equations - 2 Part Motion Problems (WB 36)

 

Feb 26

Motion Equations - 2 Part Motion

1.6  Motion Equations - Acceleration Due to Gravity

 

 

 

  • WB 50 (completed in-class) - (click here for note)

o    Complete WB 51 ‘Equations of Motion’ worksheet 10-13(click here for a copy) (click here for answers)

o    Review the Tutorials in Section 1.6

  • Review the following videos to help you with solving equations:

·         #5 - Equations - 2 Part Motion Problems (WB 36)

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

 

Feb 27

Test Review

Equations - Quiz (you must memorize the Equations!)

1.6  Motion Equations - Acceleration Due to Gravity

 

Test Topic List (click here)

  • complete the following questions - remember to use proper GRASS format
    •  #2, 7, 4-6 on p. 43 of the text
    • Start on test review: (Kwik Kinematics Review (click here)  Answers (click here)

 

Feb 28

Test Review

  • Continue on test review: (Kwik Kinematics Review (click here)  Answers (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
    • Extra 'Kinematics Review' click here for (page1) (page2) (page3) (page4)

 

Test Topic List (click here)

Mar 3

 

    UNIT TEST

  • review the following prior to tomorrow's in-class lab write up:

o    errors in measurement (procedural and experimental)

o    % error calculations

o    accuracy and precision

o   three part error analysis (what is the error? How does it affect the results? How can it be reduced?)

o   review d-t and v-t graphing concepts

 

 

 

Mar 4

Acceleration Lab 

1.6  Motion Equations - Acceleration Due to Gravity

 

 

  • work on Observations for Acceleration Down a Ramp (click here) for lab:
    • complete the following Observation components (click here) for lab notebook expectations:
    • complete observation table
    • position-time graph on graph paper with Vinst at 0.2s, 0.4s, and 0. 6s (colour code the slope calculations directly on the graph)
    • velocity-time graph with plotted Vinst at 0.2s, 0.4s, and 0. 6s
    • slope of velocity-time graph showing experimental acceleration  (we will do this tomorrow)
    • expected acceleration calculation based on the angle of the ramp (we will do this tomorrow)

 

Mar 5

Projectile Motion
 

Progress Reports Sent Home Today - Get Them Signed!

2.3 Projectile Motion

 

Web Link: (Great Projectile Motion Site)
Web Link:
(Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
(Another Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!

Web Link: Mythbusters Bullet Drop!

 

  • Projectile Motion Note (click here)
     
  • review the following prior to tomorrow's in-class lab write up:

o    errors in measurement (procedural and experimental)

o    % error calculations

o    accuracy and precision

o   three part error analysis (what is the error? How does it affect the results? How can it be reduced?)

o   review d-t and v-t graphing concepts

 

Mar 6

Acceleration Lab 

 

Acceleration Lab In-Class Analysis
(You must have the observations completed prior to writing the analysis today!)

  • I will be marking the labs that were completed today in class. If you were not present, it is your responsibility to work on the lab write up after school

 

 

Have a greeat March Break!  

 

 

Mar 17

 

Projectile Motion

Get Progress Reports  Signed!

2.3 Projectile Motion

 

Web Link: (Great Projectile Motion Site)
Web Link:
(Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
(Another Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!

Web Link: Mythbusters Bullet Drop!

 

  • 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

 

Mar 18

 

Angled Projectile Motion

Get Progress Reports  Signed!

2.3 Projectile Motion

 

Web Link: (Great Projectile Motion Site)
Web Link:
(Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
(Another Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!

Web Link: Mythbusters Bullet Drop!

 

  • Angled Projectile Motion Note (click here)
  • complete Angled Projectile Motion Worksheet (answers)

 

Mar 19

 

Angled Projectile Motion

Get Progress Reports  Signed!

2.3 Projectile Motion

 

Web Link: (Great Projectile Motion Site)
Web Link:
(Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
(Another Great Projectile Motion Applet)
Web Link:
World Record Hot Wheels Jump!

Web Link: Mythbusters Bullet Drop!

 

  • text  p.  81 #1-4, 6-7, try #8

Mar 20

 

Parent Teacher Interviews  
 
Projectile Motion In-Class Assessment

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