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Day 10 and Day 11 (A - 9/16, A - 9/20): Students will be able to apply kinematic equations to calculate distance, time, or velocity under conditions of constant acceleration



Day 4 (A - 8/30): Students will be able to solve for speed, distance, or time as an unknown quantity and create tables and and create graphs from data collected   



Day 5 (A - 9/1): Students will be able to interpret the data collected and create tables and graphs and solve for velocity 


Physics 1st 6wks

Day 1 (A - 8/22): Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of safe laboratory practices  



Day 2 (A - 8/24): Students will be able to calculate metric conversions and evaluate numerical answers for reasonableness


Day 3 (A - 8/26): Students will be able to calculate unknown quantities and interpret data in tables and graphs


Day 6 (A - 9/6): Students will be able to graphically solve for distance, displacement, speed, and velocity



Day 7 (A - 9/8): Students will be able to generate and interpret graphs describing acceleration 



Day 8 (A - 9/12): Students will be able to describe and analyze motion in one dimension using equations with acceleration               

                                                                   

  • Complete and Turn in Acceleration LAB
  • Review Acceleration Notes and Problems
  • In Class...Read and take notes on 2-2 Acceleration (pg 46-56)


  •    complete the following problems from the text book:

  •      pg 47 #1-5
  •      pg 51 #1-4


Day 9 (A - 9/14): Students will be able to describe and analyze motion in one dimension using equations with acceleration 

   

Day 12 and Day 13 (A - 9/24 and 09/26): Students will be able to apply kinematic equations to calculate distance, time, velocity, and acceleration in the y-coordinate, given constant acceleration 



​Day 14 (B - 9/28):  Students will be able to apply kinematic equations to calculate distance, time, velocity, and acceleration given constant acceleration                                                                                                                        
                                                   

  • Chapter 2 Test 


Day 15 and 16 (A - 9/30 and A - 10/4):  Students will be able to draw vectors to scale and understand vectors have magnitude and direction


  • Kinematic Problems - Review kinematic equations
  • Begin Chapter 3: Kinematics 2-D
  •        Physics Classrooms - Vectors: motion and forces in two dimensions
  •           Lesson 1 part A-C - Take notes over Vectors and Direction, Vector Addition, and Resultants
  • Chapter 3 worksheets (print only print 3-1) - complete 3-1 worksheet                     
  • Vector Notes

Start 2nd 6wks

Day 1 (A - 10/6): Students will be able to draw vectors to scale and solve for vector quantities and direction


  • Trig and Triangles Worksheet - HOMEWORK
  • EXTRA -    Physicsclassroom.com
  •     Lesson 1 - motion and forces in two dimensions
  • Absentees watch the following video
  • Introduction to Vectors and Scalars: Distance, displacement, speed and velocity. Difference between vectors and scalars 


Ted Talk Video