Please note, that I have not formated these powerpoints with the "yellow boxes" to indicate what is most important. Please do your best to ascertain what you would need to write down in your notes. We will be doing several problems regarding Ohm's Law and solving Circuits (parallel & series). Focus on:
-WHAT IS ELECTRICITY?
-WHAT CAUSES ELECTRICITY TO FLOW?
-DIFFERENT TYPES OF ELECTRICAL CURRENT/CIRCUITS
-RULES OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF CIRCUITS (PARALLEL VS. SERIES)
-(these kind of large picture type of items)

In Class Assignment for Mon 3/14:
1) Take notes and watch all comptur simulations for the powerpoint (part 2) wav- intro and sound - part2.ppt
2) We only complete through Resonance on the third part wav- intro and sound - part3.ppt
3) Due next class = the chapter 20 worksheet on constructive and destructive interference

In Class Assignment for Wed 3/2:
Complete a lab on wave speed - Wave Speed Lab.docx

Homework due on Mon 12/6:
1) Create ten question quiz (six math problems) & (4 conceptual problems)
The quiz must include an answer key

In Class Assignment for Fri 12/3:
1) Investigative Lab on conservation of momentum - CONTINUED In Class Assignment for Wed 12/1:
1) Investigative Lab on conservation of momentum
2) Write-up to prove the conservation of momentum (create a quiz with answer key)

In Class Assignment for Mon 11/29:
1) Notes on chapter 6
2) Correct Worksheet on Ch-6
3) Plan for investigation lab for next class Wed 12/1

In Class Assignment for Wed 11/24:
1) Review quiz grades
2) Review answers to Ch-6 Worksheet
3) Start notes on chapter 6 (Momentum)

Homework due on Wed 11/24:
1) Read Chapter 6 and start taking notes
2) Pop Quiz based on reading will be given after the Thanks Giving Break

In Class Assignment for Monday 11/22:
1) Quiz on Vectors, Chapter 5, & Trig

In Class Assignment for Wed 11/17:
1) More practice problems with vectors using trig
2) Using Force Tables to verify the vector problems
3) Study for Quiz

In class Assignment for Wed 11/3:
1) Introduction to vectors: Vectors Introduction.ppt
2) Worksheet on vectors (not in digital form)

In class Assignment for Mon 11/1:
1) Review Last Quiz
2) Go over the WS for chapter 5

In class Assignment for Fri 10/29:
1) Present what was learned on labs *Discussion of labs 2) Grade labs

Homework Due Fri 10/29: 1) Finish lab write-up and prepare for presentation

In class Assignment for Wed 10/27: 1) Complete lab - acceleration /forces 2) Write up about what was learned, and evidence for this learing 3) Prepare to present your learning next class

Homework Due Wed 10/27: 1) Complete the chapter 5 worksheets

In class Assignment for Mon 10/25: 1) Quiz on Ch-4 2) Continue lab - acceleration / forces

In class Assignment for Fri 10/22: 1) Go over the chapter 4 worksheets and do extra examples

Homework Due Wed 10/13: 1) Read and take notes on Chapter 4 2) Start working on the chapter 4 worksheets (there are several pages worth) --It makes sense to me to start working on the worksheets as you are reading the chapter :-)

In class Assignment for Wed 10/6: 1) Review of chapter 3 worksheets - last minute review of content before the quiz 2) Quiz on Chapter 3 (similar to powerpoint problems)

Homework Due Wed 10/6: 1) Completed lab is due:Lab - kinematics bell clapper.docx 2) Study for anopen-notes quizon Monday 10/4 - items on this quiz will cover concepts from Ch-2 & Ch-3 as well as dimensional analysis and unit conversions.

In class Assignment for Mon 10/4: 1) Collect all the needed data for the lab - Lab - kinematics bell clapper.docx 2) Begin post lab questions

Homework Due Wed 9/29: ??? - based on where we finish in class. 1)-Review4 pages of CH-3 Worksheets (based on textbook) 2)- work through the problems on the handout: Ch 3 Linear Motion questions - hand out.doc

In class Assignment for Mon 9/27: 1) Review of concepts and equations of speed, velocity, acceleration and related math formulas --- For Motion Ch 3 Content & Notes Outline - Linear Motion.ppt

Homework Due Mon 9/27: 1) 4 pages of CH-3 worksheets (based on textbook). NOTE: some of these questions are difficult and will require you to really read through chapter 3.

In class Assignment for Wed 9/22: 1) Completed discussion of chapter 2 - main terms and concepts 2) Demo of inertia (string above and below thread) 3) Demo of falling objects without air resistance 4) Demo of Forces 5) Reviewed CH-2 worksheets from previous class (based on textbook)

Homework Due Wed 9/22: 1) Read/Skim chapter 3 in physics book

In class Assignment for Mon 9/20: 1) Review Concepts in Chapter 2 of physics text book

Homework Due Mon 9/20: 1) Read/Skim chapter 2 in physics book

In class Assignment for Fri 9/17: 1) Computer Simulations - software programs on the computer 2) "Playing" with a motion detector and lab pro software (graphs) 3) Dancing the line - with a motion detector

Homework Due Fri 9/17: 1) Tell a story about the time vs. distance graph

In class Assignment for Wed 9/15: 1) Defining: Distance, Velocity, Acceleration, and Time 2) Diagramming: distance, velocity, acceleration (using time intervals) 3) Graphing distance, velocity, and acceleration.

In class Assignment for Mon 9/13: 1) Review the Dimensional Analysis worksheet and textbook Ch-1 2) Mini Lab - Making measurements and Unit Conversions:Student Units Lab - measuring and converting.doc

Homework Due Mon 9/13: 1) Dimensional Analysis review - Dimensional Analysis - Unit Conversions.doc 2) Read "Science, Art, and Religion" through the end of the chapter (pg 14 - 18) 3) Do the "Check Yourself" on pag 17 4) Look-over the End of Chapter Questions: Review Questions (pg 18) and Exercies (pg 19) - I want you input.

In class Assignment for Wed 9/8: 1) Survey for NAMES 2) Pass out Physics text books and review contents 3) Dimensional Analysis review - Dimensional Analysis - Unit Conversions.doc

HOMEWORK DUE**: Wed 9/1
1) Algebra Review Worksheet
2) Three Questions about physics: One three index cards
3) Think about course content and how to determine the height of a water bottle rocket

## PHYSICS -

## Physics Tutorials: Physics Tutorials Online.docx

## http://scienceshs.org/martz/Physics/ResourceLinks.htm

Links to Lists of Physics Equations and Constants:http://www.goldstandard-mcat.com/physics-equation-lists/http://www.scribd.com/doc/14470862/Physics-Equation-List-Introduction-to-Physics

Fri 5/27

-Light - wav- Light and EM spectrum.ppt

Wed 5/25

-Magnetism - Chapter 24-Magnetism.ppt

Wed 5/11

-Notes on circuits - Solving for current and voltage.ppt

-Worksheet on Resistance Resistance WS.doc

In Class Assignment for Fri 4/8: - Sorry for being out again today :-(1) CH-22 = Take notes on Power point on electrostatics Chapter 22-Electrostatics(2003).ppt

2) CH-23 = Take notes on Power point on electric current Chapter 23-Electric Current(2003).ppt

Please note, that I have not formated these powerpoints with the "yellow boxes" to indicate what is most important. Please do your best to ascertain what you would need to write down in your notes. We will be doing several problems regarding Ohm's Law and solving Circuits (parallel & series). Focus on:

-WHAT IS ELECTRICITY?

-WHAT CAUSES ELECTRICITY TO FLOW?

-DIFFERENT TYPES OF ELECTRICAL CURRENT/CIRCUITS

-RULES OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF CIRCUITS (PARALLEL VS. SERIES)

-(these kind of large picture type of items)

In Class Assignment for Wed 4/6:1) Introduction to electricity - electric charge - intro.ppt

2) Guided notes as student work through powerpoint - Electricity - Guided Notes - Freshman Science.doc

Circuit Simulators (current and resistance): - SAVE all documents below to the desktop, then open them from the desktop:

Question #4 - PPT slide #24 = signal-circuit_en.jar

Question #10 - PPT slide # 28 = resistance-in-a-wire_en.jar

Question # 12 - PPT slide # 29 = battery-resistor-circuit_en.jar

Question # 14 - PPT slide # 14-19 = circuit-construction-kit-dc_en.jar (See below about LOADING the files below)

Current is the same Resistance in series Resistance in Parallel kirchhoff's laws

(NOTE: you should already have the four items above saved onto your desktop. Once the program "Circuit-construction kit" is opened, you will need to LOAD the items above (you can skip the last one). Play with each of them until you learn some thing :-)Waves Simulations - http://www.falstad.com/mathphysics.html

Beat frequency - http://www.mta.ca/faculty/science/physics/suren/Beats/Beats.html

Wave Interference - http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/wave-interference

In Class Assignment for Mon 3/21:Lab on Standing waves on a string - Standing Waves on a String.docx

Video on the motion of a standing wave on a guitar string:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyLfCPNf_hE&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viXCnaNvjwM&feature=player_embedded#at=47

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPpBvHXYWz4&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpEevfOU4Z8&feature=related

In Class Assignment for Wed 3/15:Lab on standing waves - Standing Waves on Springs.docx

In Class Assignment for Mon 3/14:1) Take notes and watch all comptur simulations for the powerpoint (part 2) wav- intro and sound - part2.ppt

2) We only complete through Resonance on the third part wav- intro and sound - part3.ppt

3) Due next class = the chapter 20 worksheet on constructive and destructive interference

In Class Assignment for Wed 3/2:Complete a lab on wave speed - Wave Speed Lab.docx

In Class Assignment for Fri 2/24:Chapter 19-Vibration and Waves(2003).ppt

wav- intro and sound - part1.ppt

wav- intro and sound - part2.ppt

wav- intro and sound - part3.ppt

Bullet drop vs. fired

http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/mythbusters-dropped-vs-fired-bullet.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9wQVIEdKh8

IF the bullet traveled 360 feet and only fell 3 feet, then how fast is the muzzle velocity of the gun?

In Class Assignment for Wed 12/22:1) Review PPT and answer questions - Chapter 7 - Problems.ppt

EXTRA CREDIT LAB

-Due Monday 12/13Homework due on Wed 12/8:1) READ chapter 7 - Energy

2) Complete the worksheets for chapter 7 - Energy

In Class Assignment for Mon 12/6:1) Review Momentum

2) Start Ch-7 on Energy - Chapter 7 - Lecture Notes.ppt

Homework due on Mon 12/6:1) Create ten question quiz (six math problems) & (4 conceptual problems)

The quiz must include an answer key

In Class Assignment for Fri 12/3:1) Investigative Lab on conservation of momentum -

CONTINUEDIn Class Assignment for Wed 12/1:1) Investigative Lab on conservation of momentum

2) Write-up to prove the conservation of momentum (create a quiz

withanswer key)In Class Assignment for Mon 11/29:1) Notes on chapter 6

2) Correct Worksheet on Ch-6

3) Plan for investigation lab for next class Wed 12/1

In Class Assignment for Wed 11/24:1) Review quiz grades

2) Review answers to Ch-6 Worksheet

3) Start notes on chapter 6 (Momentum)

Homework due on Wed 11/24:1) Read Chapter 6 and start taking notes

2) Pop Quiz based on reading will be given after the Thanks Giving Break

In Class Assignment for Monday 11/22:1) Quiz on Vectors, Chapter 5, & Trig

In Class Assignment for Wed 11/17:1) More practice problems with vectors using trig

2) Using Force Tables to verify the vector problems

3) Study for Quiz

In Class Assignment for Monday 11/15:1) Last review of trig problems

2) Trig - vector components - MORE PRACTICE.doc

3) Prepare for Quiz on Wed 11/17

In Class Assignment for Monday 11/15:1) Review of trip problems (from packet)

Homework due on Fri 11/12:1) Packet on Trig for vectors Trig - vector components.doc

In class Assignment for Wed 11/10:1) Trig - vector components - Trig - vector components.doc

2) Force Tables Activity

In class Assignment for Mon 11/8:1) Intro to Trig: - Trig using graph paper.doc

In class Assignment for Wed 11/3:1) Introduction to vectors: Vectors Introduction.ppt

2) Worksheet on vectors (not in digital form)

In class Assignment for Mon 11/1:1) Review Last Quiz

2) Go over the WS for chapter 5

In class Assignment for Fri 10/29:1) Present what was learned on labs

*Discussion of labs2) Grade labsHomework Due Fri 10/29:

1) Finish lab write-up and prepare for presentationIn class Assignment for Wed 10/27:

1) Complete lab - acceleration /forces2) Write up about what was learned, and evidence for this learing3) Prepare to present your learning next classHomework Due Wed 10/27:

1) Complete the chapter 5 worksheetsIn class Assignment for Mon 10/25:

1) Quiz on Ch-42) Continue lab - acceleration / forcesIn class Assignment for Fri 10/22:

1) Go over the chapter 4 worksheets and do extra examplesIn class Assignment for Wed 10/20:

In class Assignment for Mon 10/18:

1) Finish Notes and examples for chapter 4 Chapter 4 - Content NOTES.ppt2) Chapter 4 - Practice questions - conceptual.pptHomework Due Mon 10/18:

1) Complete the chapter 4 worksheets(these are finally due)2) NOTE: - No late work will be accepted after Mon 10/18In class Assignment for Fri 10/15:

1) Notes and examples for chapter 4 Chapter 4 - Content NOTES.pptHomework Due Fri 10/15:

1) Complete the report for Graphing Constant Velocity and Constant Acceleration.docx2) Continue working on the chapter 4 worksheets (there are several pages worth).In class Assignment for Wed 10/13:

1) Capturing and analyzing motion: Graphing Constant Velocity and Constant Acceleration.docxHomework Due Wed 10/13:

1) Read and take notes on Chapter 42) Start working on the chapter 4 worksheets (there are several pages worth)--It makes sense to me to start working on the worksheets as you are reading the chapter :-)In class Assignment for Wed 10/6:

1) Review of chapter 3 worksheets - last minute review of content before the quiz2) Quiz on Chapter 3 (similar to powerpoint problems)Homework Due Wed 10/6:

1) Completed lab is due:Lab - kinematics bell clapper.docx2) Study for anopen-notes quizon Monday 10/4 - items on this quiz will cover concepts from Ch-2 & Ch-3 as well as dimensional analysis and unit conversions.In class Assignment for Mon 10/4:

1) Collect all the needed data for the lab - Lab - kinematics bell clapper.docx2) Begin post lab questionsHomework Due Fri 10/1:

1)Readthrough the lab - we only have 55 minutes to collect all data on Fri: Lab - kinematics bell clapper.docxIn class Assignment for Wed 9/29:

1) Complete the PowerPoint on Content - Ch 3 Content & Notes Outline - Linear Motion.ppt2) Correct the 4 pages of CH-3 Worksheets (based on the textbook)3) Preview the lab for next class Lab - kinematics bell clapper.docx4) Work through some of the problems from the other Ch-3 powerpoint questions.Ch 3 Linear Motion Concept Questions - PPT.ppt and Ch 3 Linear Motion Questions - PPT.pptx with hand out Ch 3 Linear Motion questions - hand out.docHomework Due Wed 9/29:

??? - based on where we finish in class.1)-Review4 pages of CH-3 Worksheets (based on textbook)2)- work through the problems on the handout: Ch 3 Linear Motion questions - hand out.docIn class Assignment for Mon 9/27:

1) Review of concepts and equations of speed, velocity, acceleration and related math formulas--- For Motion Ch 3 Content & Notes Outline - Linear Motion.pptHomework Due Mon 9/27:

1) 4 pages of CH-3 worksheets (based on textbook).NOTE: some of these questions are difficult and will require you to really read through chapter 3.In class Assignment for Wed 9/22:

1) Completed discussion of chapter 2 - main terms and concepts2) Demo of inertia (string above and below thread)3) Demo of falling objects without air resistance4) Demo of Forces5) Reviewed CH-2 worksheets from previous class (based on textbook)Homework Due Wed 9/22:

1) Read/Skim chapter 3 in physics bookIn class Assignment for Mon 9/20:

1) Review Concepts in Chapter 2 of physics text bookHomework Due Mon 9/20:

1) Read/Skim chapter 2 in physics bookIn class Assignment for Fri 9/17:

1) Computer Simulations - software programs on the computer2) "Playing" with a motion detector and lab pro software (graphs)3) Dancing the line - with a motion detectorHomework Due Fri 9/17:

1) Tell a story about the time vs. distance graphIn class Assignment for Wed 9/15:

1) Defining: Distance, Velocity, Acceleration, and Time2) Diagramming: distance, velocity, acceleration (using time intervals)3) Graphing distance, velocity, and acceleration.Homework Due Wed 9/15:

1) Lab write-up and graph: Student Units Lab - measuring and converting.docIn class Assignment for Mon 9/13:

1) Review the Dimensional Analysis worksheet and textbook Ch-12) Mini Lab - Making measurements and Unit Conversions:Student Units Lab - measuring and converting.docHomework Due Mon 9/13:

1) Dimensional Analysis review - Dimensional Analysis - Unit Conversions.doc2) Read "Science, Art, and Religion" through the end of the chapter (pg 14 - 18)3) Do the "Check Yourself" on pag 174) Look-over the End of Chapter Questions: Review Questions (pg 18) and Exercies (pg 19) -I want you input.In class Assignment for Wed 9/8:

1) Survey for NAMES2) Pass out Physics text books and review contents3) Dimensional Analysis review - Dimensional Analysis - Unit Conversions.docHomework Due Wed 9/8:

1) Worksheet on Metric Conversions: Metric Conversions & Scientific Notation.docxIn class Assignment for Fri 9/3:

1) Picture Day2) Review HW: Metric Prefixes WS3) Discuss content of class4) Start Homework: Metric Conversions & Scientific Notation.docxHOMEWORK DUE: Fri 9/31) Metric Prefixes Worksheet:

In Class assignment for:Wed 9/11) Correct Algebra Review2) Water Bottle Rocket:QUESTION- If we had a better video, could we determine the maximum height of the rocket?3) Metric PrefixesMetric Unit Prefixes Pre-Quiz.docx

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4) Discussion of Course ContentHOMEWORK DUE**: Wed 9/11) Algebra Review Worksheet

2) Three Questions about physics: One three index cards

3) Think about course content and how to determine the height of a water bottle rocket