August 2011  Advanced Physics

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July 2011 2529 Optional work days for teachers 
 

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 Optional work days for teachers

 

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Optional work days for teachers


 

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Optional work days for teachers


 

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Science Department PD from 8:30 AM till 11:30 AM and again from 12:30 PM till 3:30 PM.

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Science Department PD from 8:30 AM till 11:30 AM and again from 12:30 PM till 3:30 PM.

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Optional work days for teachers


 

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Professional development day


 

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 Staff development day


 

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First day of school for students

WelcomeDay 1 Handout Sheet

4th, 5th and 6th hours: get EIDs

Get EID and sign up for course 000142
by midnight 8/14
 
First web homework is due Sunday August 28, 2011. 


 

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Discuss how to get and enter solutions for  web homework

Discuss conversions involving squared values

Discuss "Solver" on TI calculators

Do math review worksheet

Tutorials:

TI nspire solver

TI83/84

Solver video for TI83/84

 

TI89 solver

Solver video for TI89

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Must have EID and be signed up for course by midnight tonight



 

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Discuss/Turn in Math Review Sheet

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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Begin Pendulum lab:
Prelab

Fill out section I of lab sheet

Lab sheet

STOPWATCH Program

Need Help finding the slope look here?

Sample Data from Pendulum Lab

Reading: Student Guide to Methods of Graphical Analysis

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Continue Pendulum Lab:
Take data and graph

 



 

 

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Discuss graphical
analysis for pendulum activity
 

Compare Empirical and Textbook Equations, Finish analysis

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No classes for students; staff development day



 

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Demonstrate computer program "Graphical Analysis"

Use GA to graph pendulum data

FIRE DRILLEND OF 2nd PERIOD


 



 

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Discuss how to Finish Lab Report
Discussion of Errors

class notes pg 1, pg 2

Work on Data sets
Note: On the test you
will have to analyze
a data set by yourself

Turn in Pendulum Lab

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a few more Graphical Analysis notes...class notes

Work on Data sets
 

For extra Practice Demo Copy of Graphical Analysis Program to use at home

extra information:
Data Example (and extra
data sets for practice)




 

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Finish Data sets; whiteboard data sets


 

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Present Data sets
Turn in Data Sets

Discuss Web Homework

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web homework due at midnight tonight


 

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Take Practice Test

(Note: you can not take the practice test home, but you can come in before or after school and look at it if you wish), if you are absent the day of a practice test you will still take the test at the regularly scheduled time



 

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Lab Practicum for Unit 1

iSchool site


Find the relationship between the position of the photogate and the gate blockage time.

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Go over Practice Test and Lab Practicum
 

Data Example (and extra
data sets for practice)

 

Meetings w Junior Students to discuss suicide prevention 13 hours

 
 

 

 

 

 


 

September 2011  Advanced Physics

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Meetings w Senior Students to discuss suicide prevention 13 hours

Unit 1 Test
 

Grades should be posted on Friday
 

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Begin Unit 2 Understanding Constant Velocity 
Notes on kinematics vocabulary for more information about terminology click here. 
 

CHECK GRADES

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Labor Day holiday; schools and offices closed


 

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Battery Powered
Car Lab 
Data Taking + graph
Instructions

Lab group assignments

Lab Template

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Discuss lab  whiteboard graph + empirical equation

write Lab Conclusion  for battery powered car lab 
("textbook") results:

xf = vt + xi

xf  and t are your variables.  You can do a % error analysis on xi, but for  v you will discuss the reasonableness of the value.

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turn in lab
Start Warmups for Unit 2

notes speed and velocity

Go through Worksheet 1 and  
Worksheet 2 (14) as a class
 

Extra Practice:

Understanding Positontime graphs

Understanding Velocitytime graphs 

OPEN HOUSE

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Review meaning of graph shapes on different graphs
 constant velocity graph summary

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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Begin Graph Matching Activity  make predictions

homeroom between 1st and 2nd hours

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use motion detectors to create graph matches

 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
Hour __ Group __
Names (first&last):

email to karen.gill@fayette.kyschools.us
Subject: H_G_ Graph Match

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Finish Graph Match email graph matches, turn in written sheets

Do Worksheets Unit2 WS35
 

 

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Discuss Motion Maps

Reading Motion Maps

Discuss Lab Reports example lab pg 1, example pg 2

Unit2 WS35

testing meeting between 1st and 2nd


 

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turn in  Unit2 WS35

problem solving notes: pg 1, pg 2

WS 6

Class Example Problems Smartboard (examples A, B, 1 from WS 6)

Example Problems
Smartboard (Examples 3,4,2 from WS 6)

Extra Notes Problems 1 and 2 (pg 1, pg 2, pg
 

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Finish examples from WS 6 (see links from Friday)
 

Note: You should be able to do all web homework problems at this point

 


 

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testing meeting between 1st and 2nd
 

Solve  problems WS7

if you finish early work on web homework.


 

 


 

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SCHOOL TESTING  through 4th hour

Work on Web Homework if we have class

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Go over WS7   solutions to WS7 problems

 

Whiteboard web homework assigned practice problems (follow link to see answers


 

 



 

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Whiteboard web homework assigned practice problems  (follow link to see answers)
 

Work on Web Homework
quest.cns.utexas.edu/

Constants  Conversions

 




 

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Web Homework due
 

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Practice Test

Graph Practice Game

 

Vocabulary

review graphs

 

 read sections 14 of  Physics Companion



 

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Go over Practice Test


 


 

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Unit 2 Test  Constant Velocity

 

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Begin Unit 3  Acceleration, demo Einstein drop
 

Free fall activity video analysis of  

ball toss

 

iSchool

 site  (standard school login and password ; enrollment key: Fizix)

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Discuss Free Fall Activity, do

Acceleration Notes and  Problems



 

 

 


 

October 2011  Advanced Physics

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Do "Graphs and Tracks" 
8 "example" problems  Program is located on Classroom Computers – have Ms. Gill check you for each completion


web version of "Graphs and Tracks) web version does not have the challenge problems, but is good practice.

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Finish Graphs and Tracks, do

 

Self Checks


 

Chapter 3 Accelerated
Motion

Section 1: SelfCheck Quiz
Section 2: SelfCheck Quiz
Section 3: SelfCheck Quiz


Online Adopted Textbook: Glencoe Physics
C1CDE852D4


 

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Finish Self Checks

 

Do  Worksheet #1  and check graphs using applet - turn in sheet
 

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 Formal Lab carts on inclined track—relationship between position and time, and relationship between velocity and time

iSchool site  (standard school login and password, enrollment key: Fizix)

 

 

 



 

 



 

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Discuss labs,

Discuss how to get equations from graphs

 

Finish and Turn in Labs

 

 

 

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Present WS 2 (Stacks of Kinematics Graphs) & 3

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Fan Cart Activity (When and where to they meet type problem)

 

 


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Finish Fan Car Activity

 

Do Race Track with 
Limited Acceleration


 
History and Rules of the Race Track  


Java version
of Race Track Game


 

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No classes for students; staff development day (flex)

 

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No classes for students; professional development day (flex)

 

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Work on and turn in WS 4
 

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Problem solving suggestions

 

Examples:

Reaction time example


speeder and patrolman: question, solution

 

Tutorial

  *Using the Equation Solver

 

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Finish Problem solving notes

Work on Accelerated Motion
 Problems"
 
WS5
- do graphs

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work on  Accelerated Motion
Problems"
 WS5

Hints



 

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Turn in

Accelerated Motion
Problems"
 WS5

 

Hints

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Go over answers
WS5

 

1  2 

3  4  5 

6  7  8

 

 

Whiteboard WS 6



 

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Check Problems

 WS 6

Problem 2 (gr 7)

Problem 3&4 (gr 6)

another solution for Pr2 (gr 7)

 

another solution for Pr7,8,9 (gr 3)

Problem 6 (gr 4)

Problem 7-9 (gr 3)

Problem 10 (gr 2)

Problem 11 (gr 1)

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Present Problems
 

WS 6

Problem 2 (gr 7)

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IMMEX Problem
 "Daredevil Train Jump"

Work on Web Homework when done


 

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IMMEX Problem
 "Daredevil Train Jump"

 

Work on Web Homework when done




 

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Web Homework due

 

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Practice Test



 



 


 


 


 


 


 

November 2011  Advanced Physics
http://www.ihigh.com/henryclay/video_901218.html

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Go over Practice Test


 

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Lab Practicum    

( for everyone except 2nd hour when we will be having school wide testing)
 

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Unit 3 Test


 

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Begin Unit 4: Forces and Equilibrium

 

Read Chapter 4 in "Light and Matter - Newtonian Physics" -- turn in reading questions

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Notes - Forces (pg 1-2)

 

Extra: Chart-
Fundamental
Particles and
Interactions,
The Elegant Universe

 

video clip

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No classes for students; Election Day


 

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Notes - Universal Gravitation (pg3)

Gravitational Force Applet

Discuss Universal Gravitation Problems, show why weight = mg


 Do Ranking Task
 

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Whiteboard Worksheet
(Problems)

and
 and Ranking Task
 

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School House Rock Clip

 


 

Julius Sumner Miller video

1st law - part 1 & 2

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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

lab notes pg 2

turn in Mass Lab conclusion sheet

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Do Intro to Vectors Activity (how to do vector math)

Link to Phet Site

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Vector Notes (components)

 

Finish Problems on Back of Vectors Activity sheet (last page)

 

extra Vector Practice sheet

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Do Vector Problems
 

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Discuss Forces- how to Identify- Table of Common Forces


 Help recognizing forces; Summary of Forces

 

notes - Intro to Force Body Diagrams (FBDs)-
 

Online Program -----with Fill in sheet FBD Practice

 

Handouts

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Turn in Vector Problems and Force Sheets
 

Written Example

 

Example Problems recorded by Ms. Gill:
*youtube video of example 1
 

*youtube video of example 2

 

*youtube video introduction to worksheet 3 - hints #1

 

Copy of Unit 4 Worksheet 3

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Work during class

 

on  Unit 4 Worksheet 3

 

written hints for WS 3


*youtube video recorded by Ms. Gill  hints (#2) for Worksheet 3

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Schools and offices closed
 

need extra help? Here are some
Audio Guided Examples

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Thanksgiving holiday; schools and offices closed

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Schools and offices closed
 

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Work on Web Homework

 

Turn in

Worksheet 3

 (if it was not turned in last Tuesday)
 

-see Nov 21, 22 for video hints and examples
 

 

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Practice Test

+work on web homework

Web Homework due

 

solutions to WS 3

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Go over Practice Test
 

answers to Practice Test + solutions to problems

 

extra read:
Textbook Chapter 4 and 5 - online version

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

December 2011  Advanced Physics

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Unit 4 Test-

Forces

and

Equilibrium

 


 

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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 

 

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Activity: Friction + Newton 2nd law

 

worksheet

 

link to site: Animated box pushing

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-- upon what does friction depend-? Investigate.

 

"That Mu You Do"- Video

 

Friction Notes pg 1, pg 2
 
Open Response Question

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Worksheets and Examples





 

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2 body Problem- examples

solutions WS3 (for 8a the answer is 4.2 m/s^2-- )

solutions WS4

Smart board Images of Examples from WS3 and 4



 

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Work on Web Homework

 




 

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Watch during class on Friday

 

1st Period- Cyber bullying -9mintues
2nd – Personal Safety – 6 minutes
3rd – Social Networking – 4 minutes
4th – Sexing/Texting – 5 minutes
5th – Cyber Security – 5 minutes
6th – Intellectual Property – 9 minutes



 

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Web Homework Unit 5 due
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Practice Test

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Practice Test
 

Practice Problems

youtube videos recorded by Ms. Gill

December13 practice problem 1&2

December13 practice problems 3-6

 

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Finals- See Schedule  Below
 

All students MUST take the 1st semester final.

 

Review (practice Multiple Choice)

 

Review Sheet:
 Phys. 1st Sem Review

 


Make-up Web Homework due

 

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

 



 


 

Finals Schedule
TIME

Wednesday,

December 14, 2011

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Friday, December 16, 2011

 



 

8:25-9:24AM

 

1st period class

 

2nd period class

 

3rd period class

 

9:30-11:28AM

FINAL EXAM

3RD PERIOD

FINAL EXAM

1ST PERIOD

FINAL EXAM

2ND PERIOD

11:33-1:13 PM

 

4th period class

 

5th period class

 

6TH period class

 

1:18-3:15 PM

 

FINAL EXAM

6TH PERIOD

FINAL EXAM

4TH PERIOD

FINAL EXAM

5TH PERIOD

 

Happy Holidays-  Have a great break!


 

January 2012  Advanced Physics

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Classes resume

Tower Building

 

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Energy Reading with
Questions

1Conservation of energy

2. Simplifying the energy zoo

3. Work: the transfer of mechanical energy

 

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Into to Energy;
Feynman CD,
Energy Lecture:
Kinetic Energy,
Potential Energy,
Conservation
of Energy


Notes
 

Feynman video

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Finish Notes

 

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WS 1 Energy diagram notes:
pg 1 ;

pg 2
 

Do  WS 1,

 

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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)

 




 

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Discuss Lab Part 1

 

Lab Part 2: Shoot Height vs. Deformation

 

Part 3: Deformation- Elastic Energy vs Speed
 

Picture of whiteboard

 

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 Lab Discussion + Work

 

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Finish   +  Energy Lab (turn in) and do

Worksheet 2

 



 

 

 


 

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Lab Quiz (work points)

 

 



 

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Martin Luther King Jr. holiday; schools and offices closed

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Notes- derivation
of energy equations,


 


 

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Whiteboard WS 3b

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Finish presenting WS 3b

 

WS 4 and WS 5

 

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Finish WS 4 and WS 5 - turn in

Work on web homework

 

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Web Homework due
 

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Solutions to WS 4 and 5

 

Skate park energy activity:

simulation

 

worksheet
 

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Practice Test

 

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Watch "Work" Video

 

Go over Practice Test
 


 

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Energy Test

 

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Lab Practicum - Energy


 

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Momentum Notes

 



 

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Conservation of Momentum Activity

worksheet

 

website

 

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



 



 


 



 


 

February 2012  Advanced Physics

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Problem Notes

 

do "momentum lab check" using website as reference

 

Prepare whiteboards for:

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 2

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Click in answers for momentum lab check

 

present

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 2

 

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Finish presenting worksheets

 

Momentum Reading-

 

Reading Questions

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Video "Running with momentum"

 

Video - "relaxing with impulse" 

 

Finish Reading Questions



 

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Do example problems in class
 
(2 -D momentum, and elastic collisions)


Example Problems

 

Example Problem Videos on youtube

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Finish Example Problems

 

Work on WS 3 and 4

 

Worksheet 3

 

Worksheet 4

 

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Work on WS 3 and 4

 

Worksheet 3

 

Worksheet 4

 

 

Extra HELP - WS3 and WS4
click to see answers and some work

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Discuss Problems

 

link to solutions

 

Youtube part 1 (WS4#2)

 

Youtube part 2- using Solver (WS4#2)

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 Quiz over Worksheet 3  and 4 - 30 minutes


solutions to quiz questions

 

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Immex- Accident Reconstruction

 

Link to submit answers

 

Turn in solution sheets

 

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Finish

Immex- Accident Reconstruction

   

Link to submit answers

 

Turn in solution sheets

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Finish IMMEX if not done yet

 

Work on Web Homework

 

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Discuss Web Homework Questions

 

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Presidents Day holiday; schools and offices closed

 

 

web homework due

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Practice Test
 
answers to practice problems
 

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Long Homeroom (1st-3rd 30 min each)

Go over Practice Test


Study WS3 and WS4 -  Problems on test will come from these worksheets

 

link to solutions

 

Example Problem Videos on youtube

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Test Momentum

 

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"Vibrations and Waves"

Reading Questions

 

from

 Light and Matter

(starts on pg 425)

 

Answer reading questions and write a 1-2 line reflection for each page

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Oscillation/
Simple Harmonic Motion Lab

 

Lab Report Sheet
Lab Hints
 

Data Collection and Analysis:

 ischool files - WAVES key: Fizix
_________
if you are absent:
applet for make-up lab


 

 


 

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ACT Dry Run in Test Location- Ms Gill will be in room 32

 

Oscillation/
Simple Harmonic Motion Lab

 

Lab Report Sheet

 

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waves notes
pg 1,
Waves notes pg 2;


Discuss Lab and "additional Questions"

 

Finish Labs

 

---------
Extra Reading- first  lessons on Glenbrook site



 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

March 2012  Advanced Physics

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Turn in labs

 

 Notes  pg 2, pg 3 (speed of waves)
 



wine glass
 

Tacoma Narrows

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Do:

Worksheet 1   and  WS 2a


Sent home early (no 5th, 6th hours) due to tornado danger

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Snow Day #1
 

 

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ACT Test in Morning
 

5th and 6th hour

Do:

Worksheet 1   and  WS 2a

(missed from Friday)

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turn in Worksheet 1   and  WS 2a

 

Do

Speed of sound Data Collection

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do  2b (speed of sound worksheet)

speed of sound youtube clip

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Turn in

Speed of sound Activity sheet

+ 2b (speed of sound worksheet)

 

1 page notes speed of sound +

 

Notes: Doppler effect notes: pg 5, pg 6, pg 7, pg 8
 

Worksheet 3 Notes  (front, back)


DO

Problems- WS3 click in answers tomorrow

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WS3 click in answers and turn in Worksheet

 

 

Make sure WS 1-2a, and  WS 2b(Sound Waves) are turned in by today.

 

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Video- EMR (Electromagnetic Radiation) Fundamentals

 

Make sure WS 3 is turned in by today

 

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Finish Video

 

Notes - Electromagnetic Waves

creating

 

picture of spectrum

 

Simulation - Electromagnetic Induction

Notes: pg 9, pg10; pg 11

 

Problems returned- solutions to Wave Problems

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Finish Notes

 



 

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Fill out table of

EM waves  use links below to fill out information

---------------EM waves Links:

PBS Site

 

Wikipedia

 

extra Notes

 

EM spectrum applet

 

Turn in worksheet- then 

Work on Web Homework

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No classes for students; professional development day (flex)

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Web homework due

 

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Practice Test
 

Practice Problems (with solutions) and Open Response Questions

 

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Go over Practice Test

 

 

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Test Waves
 

 



 

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Video - "Beyond the Big Bang" - If absent you need to make this up,

-- search on youtube for video
Pick up video sheet in class

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Finish Video - "Beyond the Big Bang"

If absent you need to make this up,

-- search on youtube for video
Pick up video sheet in class

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Notes- Big Bang, And Expanding Universe Activity

 

Hubble Deep Field Link

 

Scale of the Universe Interactive




 

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Reading with Questions "Imagine the Universe"



 

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Video- Life of Stars with questions

 

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Notes + Worksheet

HR diagram Notes

 

life cycle of the stars

 

written notes -pdf

 

Stardust Info

 

Read "Brutus"

 


 

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40 point test- Big Bang and Life Cycle of Stars

Big Bang Clip

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April 2012  Advanced Physics

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April 2012 26 Spring Break; schools and offices closed
 

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April 2012 26 Spring Break; schools and offices closed
 

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April 2012 26 Spring Break; schools and offices closed
 

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April 2012 26 Spring Break; schools and offices closed
 

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April 2012 26 Spring Break; schools and offices closed

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Centripetal Lab- Prelab

Lab Notes- why sagging doesn't matter

 

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Centripetal Lab- Collect data, Graph

(2nd hour filling out AP forms in Cafeteria)

 

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Finish Centripetal Lab- Graph - whiteboard


 

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Present Lab Results

 

Sports Figure Video (if extra time)

 

 
 


 

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Lab Quiz
 

Turn in Labs

 

Circular Motion-

notes

pg1

pg2

 

 

derivation of centripetal acc equation

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notes pg 3

notes pg 4

 

Centripetal Reading with Questions


 

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Notes- Problem solving

 Worksheet 1& 2


 

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Worksheet 3 as examples problems (examples - pg 1, pg 2, pg3)
 

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Do IMMEX-Speed Demon (do the case that corresponds to your lab group number)

Case1 | Case2 | Case3 | Case4 | Case5 | Case6 | Case7 |Case8 |Case9 |Case10

Hint- yesterday's sheet - last problem
 

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DO Worksheet 4
 

 

 

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PROM

 

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Khan Academy Videos for Circular Motion:
 

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Field Trip

 

Ms. Gill's students are

 invited to

 "Bluegrass Youth Sustainability

Council Earth Day Celebration

 

Key to Worksheet 4

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Projectile intro+
Projectile Simulation Activity/Lab
Print and turn in one set of two sheets  per group:

*1) find the relationship between x position and time

*2) find the relationship between y position and time
USE:
Projectile Motion Lab Graphing and
Questions (Projectile Lab)

 
link to  projectile simulation  (use to collect data)

Use this simulation for questions at the end of lab.

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Projectile Notes

Projectile Notes

 
 

Monkey and Hunter Video



 

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Example- Ball fired at 6m/s at a 25 degree angle- find range and final velocity.


Whiteboard WS 1,2,and 3

 


 

5-6 Biology dry run

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Present

WS 1,2,and 3

 

 

Solutions

WS1 P3-5

WS1 P6-7

WS2 P1-2

 

Solutions to WS3:

ProjWS3Sol.pdf
NOTE-- Answer to #3 should be 11 m (I forgot to square the time!)

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Lab Practicum - Projectile hit target


 

Morning Hall Duty
Biology EOC
- Covering class 3rd period

5-6 English dry run
 

 

 

 

 

 

AP EXAM SCHEDULE


 

May 2012  Advanced Physics

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Work on Web Homework
 

Juniors taking and

Ms. Gill Giving

US History EOC- am

5-6 English Dry Run
 

Web Homework due

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 Practice Test


Solutions to Problems:
 

Projectile and circular

Multiple Choice answers:

Key
 

 

English 2 EOC- am

5-6 Algebra dry run

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Test- 2-D motion (Circular and Projectile Motion)


 

 

 

 

 

Algebra 2 EOC- am

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No classes for students; professional development day (flex)

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AP Exams Week #1--->

 

7*
Test Projectile Predictions from 4/30

 

about 25% of students will be taking AP exams

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Reading - Electrostatics
 

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

about 10% of students will be taking AP exams

 

 

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Electrostatics Phet Labs

 

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

about 30% of students will be taking AP exams

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Video- Greatest Discoveries with Bill Nye- Physics

 

Ms. Gill Giving On Demand Writing Exam - am (Seniors shadowing during morning- or taking AP Lit Exam)
(NO 2nd hour)

 

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

 

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Reading- Electric Fields and Potential


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

 

about 75% of students will be taking AP exams

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AP Exams Week #2 -->

Make-up Web Homework due
 

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Tesla Video Part 1

 

Biology and Physics AP


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

about 6% of students will be taking AP exams

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Tesla Video Part 2

 

 

@ 9:30 a.m Underclassmen awards

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

about 5% of students will be taking AP exams

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*English AP in morning
, Stats in afternoon

Review Game

 

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

about 70% of students will be taking AP exams

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Review for Finals-

Retake FCI

 

 

You may use final exemption passes - turn them in by May 18th.

 

Practice Final

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Review for Finals

You may use final exemption passes -  turn them in by May 18th.

 

Practice Final

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Practice Final

 

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Finals**

3,
2,6,5
 

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No classes for students; records day (flex)


 

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**Finals

1,
3,4,6
 

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**Finals

Last day of school, unless makeup days are pending

2,1,5,4

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Staff development day;
Graduation 4pm

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Memorial Day holiday; offices closed
 

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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.

 

Practice Final

 

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!