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11 4th, 5th and 6th hours: get EIDs Get EID and sign up for course 000142

12 Discuss conversions involving squared values Discuss "Solver" on TI calculators Do math review worksheet Tutorials: TI83/84 TI89
solver 
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14 Must have EID and be signed up for course by midnight tonight

15 Take Physics "Force Concept
Inventory" (a pretest to determine your basic conceptual understanding
of forces) Use Clickers! Reading: Student Guide to Methods of Graphical Analysis Read first 4 pages 
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18 Compare Empirical and Textbook Equations, Finish analysis 
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22 Use GA to graph pendulum data FIRE DRILLEND OF 2^{nd} PERIOD

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Meetings w Junior Students to discuss suicide prevention 13 hours 



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1 Meetings w Senior
Students to discuss suicide prevention 13 hours Unit 1 Test Grades should be posted on Friday 
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7 write Lab Conclusion for battery
powered car lab x_{f}_{ }= vt + x_{i} x_{f}_{ } and t are your variables. You can do a % error analysis on x_{i, }but for v you will discuss the reasonableness of the value. 
8 notes speed and
velocity Understanding Positontime graphs Understanding
Velocitytime graphs 
9 Applet Graphing Activity relating motion and graphs Position Vs Time (15); Velocity vs time (14) show Ms. Gill when you have a match

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12 homeroom between 1st and 2nd hours 
13 Do match hit "print screen" button and paste into a "Word" document 1 document per group Label top of document as follows, and make sure to number graphs. Graph Match email to karen.gill@fayette.kyschools.us

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15 Reading Motion Maps Discuss Lab Reports example lab pg 1, example pg 2 testing meeting between 1st
and 2nd 
16 problem solving notes: pg 1, pg 2 Class Example Problems Smartboard (examples A, B, 1 from WS 6) Example Problems 
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Whiteboard web homework assigned practice problems (follow link to see answers

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read sections 14 of Physics Companion

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Begin Unit 3 Acceleration, demo
Einstein drop Free fall activity video analysis of iSchool site (standard school login and password ; enrollment key: Fizix) 
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Acceleration Notes
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7 Discuss how to get equations from graphs
Finish and Turn in Labs


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Examples:
Tutorial *Using the Equation Solver 
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Work
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Whiteboard WS 6 
another solution for Pr2 (gr 7)
another solution for Pr7,8,9 (gr 3) 
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Problem 2 (gr 7) 
IMMEX Problem Work on Web Homework when done

IMMEX Problem




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for everyone except 2nd hour when we will be having school wide testing) 
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Read Chapter 4 in "Light and Matter  Newtonian Physics"  turn in reading questions 

Extra:
Chart 
9 Discuss Universal Gravitation Problems, show why weight = mg

1st law  part 1 & 2 

Lab  (part 1 demo) Relationship between mass and period (analogy to inertia) lab notes pg 1 Lab (part 2) the relationship between mass and weight turn in Mass Lab conclusion sheet 
Do Intro to
Vectors Activity (how to do vector math)

Vector Notes (components)
Finish Problems on Back of Vectors Activity sheet (last page)
extra Vector Practice sheet 
Extra:
reading about vector components; more
reading about vector components
*youtube video recorded by Ms. Gill  components and example 
Discuss Forces how to Identify Table of Common Forces
notes  Intro to Force Body Diagrams (FBDs)
Online Program with Fill in sheet FBD Practice


Turn in Vector Problems and
Force Sheets Written Example
Example Problems recorded by Ms. Gill: *youtube video of example 2
*youtube video introduction to worksheet 3  hints #1
Copy of Unit 4 Worksheet 3 
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written hints for WS 3

need extra help? Here are some 

Work on Web Homework
Turn in (if it was not turned in last
Tuesday)
see Nov 21, 22 for video hints and examples 
Practice Test

30 answers to Practice Test + solutions to problems
extra
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Unit 4 Test Forces and Equilibrium 
lab practicum  (1) find tension, (2)set up track so cart will move at constant velocity what is mass of cart (3) find acceleration of cart if no dangling mass


Activity: Friction + Newton 2nd law
link to site: Animated box pushing 
 upon what does friction depend? Investigate.

solutions WS3 (for 8a the answer is 4.2 m/s^2 ) Smart board Images of Examples from WS3 and 4 
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Watch during class on Friday


11 Web Homework Unit 5 due 
12 Practice Test 
Practice Problems youtube videos recorded by Ms. Gill December13 practice problem 1&2 December13 practice problems 36

All students MUST take the 1st semester final.
Review (practice Multiple Choice)
Review
Sheet:

15 Finals See Schedule Below 
16 Finals See Schedule Below 
17 Dec. 17 – Jan. 1 Winter Break 


Finals Schedule TIME 
Wednesday,December 14, 2011 
Thursday, December 15, 2011 
Friday, December 16, 2011


8:259:24AM 
1^{st} period class 
2^{nd} period class 
3^{rd} period class


9:3011:28AM 
FINAL EXAM 3^{RD} PERIOD 
FINAL EXAM 1^{ST} PERIOD 
FINAL EXAM2^{ND} PERIOD 

11:331:13 PM 
4^{th} period class 
5^{th} period class 
6^{TH} period class


1:183:15 PM

FINAL EXAM6^{TH} PERIOD 
FINAL EXAM 4^{TH} PERIOD 
FINAL EXAM5^{TH} PERIOD


Happy Holidays Have a great break! 
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Present WS 1, write equations, discuss what could be reasonably considered negligible
Begin Energy Lab Part 1: Force vs. Deformation (Hooke's Law)

Discuss Lab Part 1
Lab Part 2: Shoot Height vs. Deformation


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Skate park energy activity:

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Lab Practicum
 Energy 


Conservation of Momentum Activity
Try for both elastic and inelastic collisions:  moving mass hits not moving mass of same size larger moving mass hits smaller that was originally at rest smaller moving mass hits larger that was originally at rest 
do "momentum lab check" using website as reference
Prepare whiteboards for: 
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present 
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Video  "relaxing with impulse"
Finish Reading Questions 
Do example problems in
class Example Problem Videos on youtube 


Discuss Problems
Youtube part 1 (WS4#2)
Youtube part 2 using Solver (WS4#2) 

Quiz over Worksheet 3 and 4  30 minutes 
Immex Accident Reconstruction
Turn in solution sheets

Finish Immex Accident Reconstruction
Turn in solution sheets 
Finish IMMEX if not done yet
Work on Web Homework



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web homework due 
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Example Problem Videos on youtube 
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from (starts on pg 425)
Answer reading questions and write a 12 line reflection for each page 

Oscillation/ Data Collection and Analysis: ischool
files  WAVES key: Fizix 
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Oscillation/ 
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Finish Labs

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pg 3
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Do: Worksheet 1 and WS 2a 


5th and 6th hour 
turn in Worksheet 1 and WS 2a
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8 Speed of sound Activity sheet + 2b (speed of sound worksheet)
1 page notes speed of sound +
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Doppler effect notes:
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pg 6,
pg 7,
pg 8 Worksheet 3 Notes (front, back)
Problems WS3 click in answers tomorrow 
WS3 click in answers and turn in Worksheet
Make sure WS 12a, and WS 2b(Sound Waves) are turned in by today.


Video EMR (Electromagnetic Radiation) Fundamentals Make sure WS 3 is turned in by today

Finish Video
Notes  Electromagnetic Waves
Simulation  Electromagnetic Induction
Problems returned solutions to Wave Problems 
Fill out table of EM waves use links below to fill out information EM waves Links:
extra Notes
Turn in worksheet then Work on Web Homework 
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Practice Problems (with solutions) and Open Response Questions 

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Video  "Beyond the Big Bang"  If absent you need to make this up,
 search on youtube for video 
23 If absent you need to make this up,
 search on youtube for video


Notes Big Bang, And Expanding Universe Activity

Read "Brutus" 
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Sports Figure Video (if extra time)

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Circular Motion


notes pg 4
Centripetal Reading with Questions 
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Hint yesterday's
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DO Worksheet
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Khan Academy Videos for Circular Motion: 
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Ms. Gill's students are invited to "Bluegrass Youth Sustainability Council Earth Day Celebration

Projectile
intro+ *1) find the relationship between x position and time *2) find the relationship between y position
and time 
Projectile Notes Monkey and Hunter Video 
26 56 Biology dry run 
Solutions WS1 P35 WS1 P67 WS2 P12
Solutions to WS3:
ProjWS3Sol.pdf
NOTE Answer to #3 should be 11 m (I forgot to square the time!) 

Lab Practicum  Projectile hit target
Morning Hall Duty 





AP EXAM SCHEDULE
1* Juniors taking and
US History EOC am 56 English Dry Run Web Homework due 
English 2 EOC am 56 Algebra dry run 
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Algebra 2 EOC am 
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Daily grade  if you have an excused
absence grade will be omitted

Daily grade  if you have an excused
absence grade will be omitted

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Ms. Gill Giving On Demand Writing Exam  am (Seniors
shadowing during morning or taking AP Lit Exam)
Daily grade  if you have an excused absence grade will be omitted

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Tesla Video Part 1
Biology and Physics AP

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@ 9:30 a.m Underclassmen
awards

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Daily grade  if you have an excused absence grade will be omitted 
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You may use final exemption passes  turn them in by May 18th.

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*Second Semester Final will be 100 multiple choice questions over
second semester topics. The final is worth 10% of your semester grade.
Review Site Look over: Work, Energy and Power, Momentum, Waves, Uniform Circular Motion, Projectile Motion. The review site does not contain information on Cosmology and Stars so to review Cosmology/Stars look at notes from March 29th  links are in calendar above. Also read through all other notes from the semester.
Have a great summer!