Thurs. (1/17)

Honors Physics

  • go over graphing concepts worksheet
  • quiz on graphing #1
  • intro to motion equations
  • classwork: motion equations worksheet #1-9
  • HW: 2 schoology HW checks on d vs. t graphs and v vs. t graphs due Thurs. @ midnight

AP Physics

  • go over graphing quiz
  • notes on projectile motion and example problems
  • time to work on rest of freefall lab
  • HW: motion equations problem set due Tues. (1/22)

Wed. (1/17)

Honors Physics

  • go over velocity vs. time graphs worksheet
  • new stuff: translating from position vs. time graphs to v vs. t and a vs. t graphs
  • classwork: graphing summary and graph calculations worksheet
  • HW: 2 schoology HW checks on d vs. t graphs and v vs. t graphs due Thurs. @ midnight

AP Physics

  • quiz on graphs
  • lab: freefall acceleration
  • HW: motion in 1-D problems due Tues. (1/22)

 

Tues. (1/15)

Honors Physics

  • velocity vs. time graph calculations
  • lab: acceleration of toy truck
  • HW: finish lab if necessary
  • HW: 2 schoology HW checks on d vs. t graphs and v vs. t graphs due Thurs. @ midnight

 

AP Physics

  • notes on freefall and example problems
  • finish rest of lecture example problems
  • HW: graphing problem set due Wed. (1/16)

Mon. (1/14)

Honors Physics

  • go over d vs. t graphs worksheet
  • notes on velocity vs. time graphs & descriptions
  • classwork: v vs. t graphs worksheet (descriptions only)
  • HW: 2 schoology HW checks on d vs. t graphs and v vs. t graphs due Thurs. @ midnight

 

AP Physics

  • deriving motion equations
  • motion equations example problems and classwork examples
  • HW: motion in 1 D problem set due Wed. (1/16)

Fri. (1/11)

Honors Physics

  • notes and demos with distance vs. time graphs and slope = velocity
  • finish lab: army car velocity
  • HW: distance vs. time graphs
  • HW: schoology HW check on math and measurement was due last night, Thurs. (1/10) @ midnight

AP Physics

  • derive motion equations and examples
  • lab: graph matching and descriptions
  • HW: graphing and linearizing data problem set due Mon. (1/14)

Thurs. (1/10)

Honors Physics

  • notes on motion (scalar, vector, distance, displacement, speed, velocity)
  • lab: army car velocity
  • HW: schoology HW check on math and measurement due by Thurs. (1/10) @ midnight

AP Physics

  • more graphs and graph practice
  • derive motion equations and examples
  • HW: graphing and linearizing data problem set due Mon. (1/14)

Wed. (1/9)

Honors Physics

  • finish math and measurement notes  (metric system, conversions, graphs)
  • finish lab: how high does the ball bounce?
  • HW: schoology HW check on math and measurement due by Thurs. (1/10) @ midnight

AP Physics

  • kinematics notes (x, v, a definitions and graphs)
  • HW: math and measurement problem set due Thurs. (1/10)
  • HW: read AP data analysis guide
  • HW: graphing and linearizing data problem set due Mon. (1/14)

 

Tues. (1/8)

Honors Physics

  • finish math and measurement notes  (metric system, conversions, graphs)
  • lab: how high does the ball bounce?
  • HW: finish math and measurement worksheet
  • HW: schoology HW check on math and measurement due by Thurs. (1/10) @ midnight

AP Physics

  • finish notes on vectors, uncertainties and error propagation, linearization of data
  • HW: math and measurement problem set due Thurs. (1/10)
  • HW: graphing and linearizing data problem set due Mon. (1/14)

Mon. (1/7)

Honors Physics

  • syllabus
  • math and measurement notes
  • math and measurement worksheet
  • schedule review
  • HW: fill out student info sheet and have signed

AP Physics

  • syllabus
  • vectors and preliminary math notes
  • HW: read data analysis guide
  • HW: preliminary math problem set due Thurs. (1/10)

school supplies for physics?

  • quad-rule notebook (a bound graph paper notebook)—this will be your lab notebook. I would suggest either the bound composition kind OR a spiral bound graph paper book work the best. Please avoid the flat book with perforated pages; these will fall apart in a couple of days.
  • dry erase markers (?)—for whiteboard use
  • 3 ring notebook
  • notebook paper
  • pen and pencil
  • scientific or graphing calculator (something that can do exponents and sine, cosine, tangent functions)
  • For the classroom, we would appreciate any donations of tissues, clorox wipes, and hand sanitizer.
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