Grade 11 University Physics Homework Calendar

Kinematics Period 1 (Don't forget to refresh each time you use this page!)

Learning Goals

 

 Lesson

Topic

Homework

 

Intro

Welcome to physics!

  Course Overview
  Math Review

Textbook Section

 

  • Introduction to the Course:
    • Set Up Remind Messeging (Instructions)
      • use the APP or use the SMS Version 
    • Join Google Classroom:
      • Period 1 class code z6afzrp
      • Period 2 class code ekchxf7
    • Complete the Virtual Student Profile on Google Classroom
       
  • Workbook and Textbook Overview
  • Math and Algebra Review:
    • Review these essential math skills required for this course:
    • when you are done, complete the Diagnostic Math Quiz on Google Classroom
       
  • Scientific Notation
    • Watch this video to review scientific notation and how to calculate with scientific notation on your calculator (Yes you will now know how to use the EE or EXP button on your calculator properly!)
    • complete WB 18 Scientific Notation (Sci Notation section only)
    • if you need more background, watch this video where I go through scientific notation in more detail
       
  • Graphing and Slope Review:
    • Watch this video to review graphing in science and how to properly dtermine slope from a line of best fit
    • Complete the Graphing Activity WB 9a and submit on Google Classroom (you can either printout the page or complete it on graph paper)
       
  • Make sure you are comortable with math concepts required for this course!
    If you need some review,
    use the videos at the right to review specific concepts.

 

Nov 16

Measurement in Physics

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

  • Measurement in Physics
    • Watch the Measurement Intro Video and the Accuracy and Precision Video  to complete the note on WB 16a
       
  • Significant Digits:
    • complete the Significant Digits note on WB 16b  using the following videos:
  • Safety Quiz
    • review WHMIS symbols and risks on WB 8  or use this Powerpoint
    • review the safety agreement
    • Complete the Safety Quiz on Google Classroom

 

 

Nov 17

Vector Quantities

  1.1 Vector Quantities
  2.1
Motion in Two Dimensions - Vector Diagrams

  • Vector Quantities
  • Drawing Vectors
  • Finding Resultant Displacement
    • complete WB 26-27 using this  video (answers)
      (the video is not EXACTLY the same but still explains the idea of adding vectors)
    • practice finding Displacement worksheet (answers)
      (if you need extra help, the textbook has a good overview on
      pages 61-64)
       

 

Nov 18

Vector Quantities - Finding Resultant Displacement Algebraically

  2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach

  • Finding the X and Y Components of Vectors
  • Finding Resultant Displacement using ALGEBRA  
  • Finding the Resultant Displacement of Angled Vectors using Algebra
  • 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)
       
    • 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!

 

 

 

 

Nov 19

Vector Quantities - Finding Resultant Displacement Algebraically

Position-Time graph Overview

    2.2 Motion in Two Dimensions - An Algebraic Approach
    1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

  • Finding the Resultant Displacement of Angled Vectors using Algebra
  • Position-Time Graphs
    • Review the Graphing expectations note  on WB 32
       
    • Uniform Motion
    •  Non-Uniform Motion (Acceleration)
      • Intro to Acceleration Complete WB 35 (left side) using this (video) (note)
      • Drawing Non-Uniform Motion Complete WB 36 (top) using this (video) (note)
      • Determining Instantaneous Velocity complete WB 36 (bottom) using this  (video) (note)
      • Finding Average Velocity WB 37 (note)

 

  • Homework
    • Complete the Vectors Quiz on Google Classroom
       
    • WB 38 (answers)
       

 

 

Nov 20

Position-Time graphs - Non-Uniform Motion

    1.2 Graphing Motion - Position-Time graphs

 

Nov 23

Vectors Assignment
 

Velocity-Time graphs

Acceleration-Time Graphs

1.2 Graphing Motion - Velocity-Time graphs
1.3 Graphing Motion

1.4 acceleration-time graphs
  • Vectors Assignment

    • Complete the vectors assignment on Google Classroom

  • Assessment
    • Complete the Velocity-Time Graph Quiz on Google Classroom
       
  • Extra Resource:

 

 

Nov 24

Converting Between Graphs

Equations of Motion - Intro

1.3 Graphing Motion
1.4 acceleration-time graphs

  • Converting Between Graphs
  • Equations of Motion Intro (During Study Hall)
    • Complete the following notes
      • GRASP method expectations WB 50  (video) (add the extra information for converstions)
      • Solving Uniform Motion Problems WB 51 (note) (video) (just complete the top note)
      • Solving Non-Uniform Motion Problems WB 51 (note) (video) (just complete the top note)
      • overview of "Big 5" non-uniform motion equations WB 55 (note)(video)  (complete the note)
         
    • Equations of Motion Intro (in class)
      • Additional Non-Uniform Motion Equations WB 53 (answers)
        (complete the 6 problems on this page)
  • Homework
    • Complete the Practice Overall Graphing Quiz (answers) video
      • d-t / v-t / a-t -->  slope / area / analysis / graph to graph
         
    • Complete the following equations practice:

    Assessment

    • Complete the Overall Graphing Quiz on Google Classroom

 

Nov 25

 

Equations of Motion - Gravity & Multi-Part Motion

1.5 Motion Equations

  • Equations of Motion Intro
    • Review the following notes from today
      • GRASP method expectations WB 50  (video)
      • overview of "Big 5" non-uniform motion equations WB 55 (note)(video)
         
  • Equations of Motion with Gravity
  • Equations of Motion - Multipart Motion
  • Homework
    • Complete the following practice examples:
      • WB 56 Examples 1-6
      • WB 57 Examples 7-8
         
      • WB 59 'Equations of Motion Worksheet' (answers)
      • practice equations quiz (answers) (video)
         
    • Assessment
      • Equations of Motion Quiz on Google Classroom

       

 

Nov 26

 

Graphing Assignment
Vehicle Travelling Down a Ramp Lab - Data

 
  • Graphing Assignment

    • Complete the graphing assignment on Google Classroom
       

  • Acceleration Down a Ramp Lab Powerpoint
    • create an observation table using the ticker tape data provided to you
      (remember to measure data with appropriate significant digits and follow the Observation Table guidelines on WB 9)
    • create a position-time graph from the data and determine the Vinst at 0.2s. 0.4s, 0.6s, 0.8 s (similar to the practice graph done earlier - here is a video to review this technique)
    • create a velocity-time graph to determine the acceleration of the cart
    • remember detailed instructions are now available on Classroom!
  • Homework
    • WB 59 'Equations of Motion Worksheet' (answers)
       

    Assessment

    • Graphing Assignment on Google Classroom
    • Ramp Lab Graphing (d-t and v-t) on Google Classroom

 

Nov 27

 

Vehicle Travelling Down a Ramp Lab - Analysis

Projectile Motion

2.3 Projectile Motion

  • Acceleration Down a Ramp Lab
    • complete the lab analysis questions on Google Classroom
       
  • Projectile Motion
    • Complete the following notes:
    • Use the following Gizmo to understand Projectile motion:
      • visit 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 the Gizmo to answer questions on the Intro worksheet on Google Classroom
         
  • Homework
  • Assessment
    • Ramp Lab Analysis on Google Classroom

 

Nov 30

 

Equations Assigment
Projectile Motion

2.3 Projectile Motion

  • Equations
    • complete the Equations Assignment on Google Classroom
       
  • Horizontal Projectile Motion
  • Applications of  Projectile Motion:
    • Use the Golf Range Gizmo on explorelearning to complete this worksheet (answers) *** assume vo=50.0m/s
    • Projectile Motion Application Concepts Review (answers)  (explain how the vx and vy is affected by the angle and how each determine the max height and range)
    • WB 62 #1-3 (answers)
       

Dec 1

 

Intro to Forces
Force Free Body Diagrams

3.2 Newton's First Law of Motion

  • Introduction to Forces
  • Drawing Free Body Diagrams
    • Intro to FBD video and note on WB 66 and 67 (top)
    • FN is not always Fg note and video
    • Calcuating Fnet from FBD video and note on WB 68-69
      • Review the example on (WB. 71) and Tutorial 1 on p. 117 of your textbook to help you)
         
  • Homework
    • Draw Free Body Diagrams (FBD) for the situations at the bottom of WB 67 (answers) (video)
    • Extra Free FBD sketching worksheet WB67a for additional practice (answers) (video)
    • Complete the extra practice questions on WB 70 (answers)

 

Dec 2

 

Projectile Motion Assignment
Newton's Second Law of Motion

3.3 Newton's Second Law of Motion

  • Newtons's Second Law:
    • watch this video to complete the note on WB 73
       
    • This is video shows uses an air cannon to help you better understand Second Law
       
    • watch this video to complete the 2nd Law Intro note on WB 74-76
  • Homework
    • complete the Second Law Worksheet WB 77 #1-3, 7-9 (answers)
       
  • Assessment
    • Projectile Motion Assignment on Google Classroom