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.


Homework

Complete the math review to be ready for the course:
 WB
1011
 WB
12
#2
 WB
18 (Scientific Notation section only)
 WB 9a
(submit on Google Classroom)
 Note
that you will be receiving a workbook next week, but you can still
complete this work by printing out the pages or writing the answers on
lined paper

Assessment

Complete the
Virtual Student Profile
Sheet on
Google Classroom

Complete the
Diagnostic Math Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Complete the
Graphing Activity
WB
9a and submit on
Google Classroom

Extra Help Videos

Nov 16 
Measurement in Physics

A6.2
Measurement in Physics
(pp. 651652 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:

Significant Digits
Video

Significant Digits and Scientific Notation
Video

Rounding Numbers
Video

Calculating with Significant Digits
Video

Significant Digits
Powerpoint
 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


Homework
 Make
sure you have
protractors
and
rulers
for tomorrow

Precision and Accuracy Practice WB
17 (answers)

Significant Digits Practice WB
20 (answers)

Assessment

Complete the
Mesaurement & Significent Digit Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Complete the
Safety Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Extra Help Videos

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
2627 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 6164)


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
 Watch
the following overview
video of this method
 Watch
the detailed stepbystep
video

complete the
note
on WB
30

Start
the following:
 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
PositionTime graph Overview

2.2 Motion in Two
Dimensions  An Algebraic Approach
1.2
Graphing Motion  PositionTime graphs


Finding the Resultant Displacement of Angled Vectors using Algebra

PositionTime Graphs

Review the Graphing expectations
note on WB
32

Uniform Motion

NonUniform Motion (Acceleration)

Intro to Acceleration
Complete WB
35 (left side) using this (video)
(note)

Drawing NonUniform 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 
PositionTime graphs  NonUniform Motion

1.2
Graphing Motion  PositionTime graphs


PositionTime Graphs

VelocityTime Graphs

Complete
the note on WB
42:using the following videos: (completed
note)
 video
top left of WB.
42(Intro to vt graphs)

video
bottom left of WB.
42(vt slopes)

video right side of WB.
42(Determining Displacement) (note)

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


Homework

Complete the
PositionTime Graph Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Acceleration Down a Ramp Lab Practice Graphing (graph)
(answers)

Videos:

Nov 23 
Vectors Assignment
VelocityTime
graphs
AccelerationTime
Graphs

1.2
Graphing Motion  VelocityTime graphs
1.3
Graphing Motion
1.4
accelerationtime graphs 

VelocityTime Graphs

Complete the
following to practice vt graphs:


Assessment

Complete the
VelocityTime Graph Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Extra
Resource:

Nov 24 
Converting
Between Graphs
Equations of
Motion  Intro

1.3
Graphing Motion
1.4
accelerationtime graphs 

Converting Between Graphs
 watch
the following
video
to complete WB
48

Complete WB
49 graph conversions (answers)
(video)
 Extra
Graph Coversion Practice

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 NonUniform Motion Problems
WB
51 (note)
(video)
(just complete the top note)

overview
of "Big 5" nonuniform motion equations WB
55
(note)(video) (complete
the note)

Equations of Motion Intro (in
class)

Additional NonUniform Motion Equations WB
53 (answers)
(complete the 6 problems on this page)


Homework

Complete the Practice Overall Graphing
Quiz
(answers)
video
 dt /
vt / at > 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 & MultiPart 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" nonuniform motion equations WB 55
(note)(video)

Equations of Motion with Gravity

Review the
video and
complete the
note on WB 57

Equations of Motion  Multipart Motion

Review the
video and
complete the note
on WB 58


Homework

Complete the following practice examples:
 WB 56
Examples 16
 WB 57
Examples 78

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

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
positiontime 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
velocitytime
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
(dt and vt) 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
FirstnameLastname

use the Gizmo to answer questions on
the Intro
worksheet on
Google Classroom


Homework

Angled Projectile Motion
Worksheet #15 (answers)

use the Gizmo to answer questions on
the Intro
worksheet on
Google Classroom

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 v_{o}=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 #13
(answers)


Homework

Assessment

Equations Assignment
on
Google Classroom

Projectile Motion Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Web Links:
Operation Christmas
Drop

Dec 1

Intro to Forces
Force Free Body Diagrams 
3.2
Newton's
First Law of Motion 

Introduction to Forces

Watch this
video to complete the
note on WB 66

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 6869

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
7476


Homework

complete the Second Law Worksheet WB 77 #13, 79
(answers)

Assessment

Projectile Motion Assignment
on
Google Classroom
