Newton’s 1st & 2nd Law

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Activity:

  • Demonstrations & Clickers
  • Newton’s Challenge Project

After Class Work:

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Gizmos – Spring Constant (Hooke’s Law)

Before class preparation

  • BYOD Laptop
  • Go to the Google Classroom for the handouts (You can print them or use Google Classroom)
  • Complete “Prior Knowledge” questions for handout

In class activity

  • Complete assigned Simulation
  • Answer Inquiry question on Google Classroom

After class work

  • Finish Gizmos worksheets
  • Complete the assessment questions
  • Solutions will be emailed to you once you’ve completed them
  • Braingenie on Forces

Introduction to Forces

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Activity:

  • Intro to Forces
    • Use appropriate terminology related to forces
    • distinguish between and provide examples of different forces
  • Newton’s Challenge Project

After Class Work:

A Buggy’s Life, JUDGEMENT DAY

Before Class Preparation:

  • Review requirements and presentation on the Assignment page
  • BYOD to record a video of your results

In Class Activity:

After Class Work:

Unit Test: Motion

Before Class Preparation:

  • Complete all braingenie exercises and self quizzes
  • Students who have not completed a majority of the Braingenie exercises will not be writing the test in class, but completing the Braingenies first, then writing the motion test during the next period.

In Class Work:

10 minute group discussion

60 minute written test (Enhanced students may work on project report)

  • Retrieve information from a Labquest to answer a question (Application)
  • Analyse and solve physics problems and relating them to everyday life (Thinking/Application)
  • Apply kinematics concepts in order to assess the impacts of driving on the society (Application)
  • Overall Communication Level for neatness and notation

Can you:

  • Describe how you would set up a cart on an incline that would produce graphs of different shapes on a Labquest
  • Identify the correct number of significant digits in a calculation
  • Deduce information that can be derived from a velocity-time graph
  • Explain and describe applications of kinematics to cars in our society
  • For a free falling body, explain: its motion, the factors that affect free fall, and conditions needed for free fall
  • Use data collected from an experiment and calculate an average measurement and its uncertainty
  • Solve problems involving a projectile launched horizontally
  • Use the 5 kinematics equations when given 3 quantities to solve familiar and unfamiliar word problems
  • Use the 5 kinematics equations with different initial conditions to solve unfamiliar word problems