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Day 12 (A - 02/3): Students will be able to define the impulse-momentum theorem and state the law of conservation of momentum and apply it to word problems and reassess their comprehension of work, energy, and power


  • Formative Assessment pg 198 #1-5
  • Chapter 5 Student Analysis of Test - if absent please see me during lunch 2/9
  • Continue Momentum notes (from 1/8)
  • Practice Problems txtbk pg 203 #1-4 
  • Physics of Car Crashes - video

Day 2 (A - 01/05):  Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy and apply work-kinetic energy theorem to solve word problems               

       

  • Notes 5-2 (txkbk pg 160-168)
  • Work and energy (part 2): More on work. Introduction to Kinetic and Potential Energies. 
  • Practice Problems pg 162 #4-5
  • Practice Problems pg 164 #1, 4
  • Formative Assessment pg 159 #1, 2, 5, 6

CHAPTER 6 TEST

Day 1 (A - 01/3):  Students will be able to define work by relating it to force and displacement and calculate the net work done when many forces are applied to an object    
       

  • Work and Energy Notes
  • Take Notes 5-1 (pg 156 - 159)
  • Practice Problems pg 158 #1-4
  • Practice Problems - pg 162 #1-3

Physics 4th 6 weeks

FRIDAY, February 10 Retest Chapter 5 (Energy and Power) at 12:40pm

Day 4 (A - 01/11): Students will be able to calculate KE, PE, and power and be able to solve problems using conservation of mechanical energy


  • ​Chapter 5 Test will be on 1/26
  • Conservation of Energy LAB
  • Notes 5-4 - Power (pg 175 - 176)
  • Complete Problems pg 177 #1-5
  • Complete Formative Assessment pg 168 #1, 3-5

Day 3 (A - 01/9): Students will be able to use the work-kinetic energy theorem, gravitational potential energy and elastic potential energy equations to calculate unknown quantities 


  • LAB: Hooke's Law
  • Continue Work and Energy Notes (from Day 1)
  • Practice problems pg 164 #1, 4
  • Practice problems pg 168 #1 - 3 

Day 13(A - 02/7): Students will be able to solve for unknown quantities in elastic and perfectly inelastic collisions






Day 14 and 15 (A - 02/9 and 2/13): Students will be able to understand and apply the impulse-momentum theorem and the law of conservation of momentum to word problems



Day 16 (A - 02/15): Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of momentum and impulse​





Start 5th 6wks


Day 1 of 5th 6wks (A - 2/21): 

           

Day 2 and 3 (A - 02/15 and 02/27): Students will be able to calculate the spring force using Hooke's Law and identify conditions of simple harmonic motion


 
Day 4 (A - 03/1): Students will be able to calculate the frequency and period of an oscillating object and examine and describe oscillatory motion and wave propagation in various types of media 


EXTRA INFORMATION

Students will be able to describe the difference between ideal and actual mechanical advantage and calculate mechanical advantage for inclined planes



Students will be able to calculate IMA and AMA for pulleys and levers


  • QUIZ over Simple Machine Notes
  • Pulley Lab
  • Inclined Plane Lab

Day 5 and Day 6 (A - 01/13, A - 01/18): Students will solve for unknown quantities using the law of conservation of mechanical energy and calculate word problems using 2 different power formulas



Day 7 and Day 8 (A - 01/20 & A - 01/24): Students will be able to solve problems using work, energy, and power formulas



Day 9 (A - 01/26): Students will be able to solve problems using work, energy, and power formulas



Day 10 and 11 (A - 01/30 and A - 02/1): Students will be able to solve for the momentum and impulse of moving objects


Chapter 5 TEST