Final Exam Don't be Late: Tues Dec 9, 2014 9:00 am 11:30 am
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Monday Nov 24, 2014
Finish Lab on Electricity (Series and Parallel Circuits)
Friday Nov 21, 2014
Lab on Monday Nov 17, 2014
Wave tank, creating constructive and destructive interference
Tuesday Nov 18, 2014
Lab wrap up of Labs and start of Electricity and Magnetism.
Wednesday Nov 19, 2014
Magnetism and Electricity.
Thursday Nov 20, 2014
Work on textbook problems magnetism and electricity
Friday Nov 21, 2014
Mentorship bring your CPU Passports for final semester total.
Lab on Monday Oct 27, 2014 Specific Heat Capacity
Tuesday Oct 28, 2014
Take up all worksheets for Energy and Work given in class
Wednesday Oct 29, 2014
Work Thermal Energy, Specific Heat Capacity
Thursday Oct 30, 2014
Assessment on Energy, Work, Graphing of Work and
Friday Oct 31, 2014
Blended LearningWork on Alternative Energy Sources:
Thursday Oct 9, 2014
Finish counting your calories:
Tuesday October 7, 2014
Complete the following questions for Energy:
51, W=Force x change in displacement
Do p. 223, #1
Do p. 225, # 1 & 2
Do p. 229, #1,6, 8, 9.
5.2 Energy p. 231, # 13
5.2 Mechanical energy, p. 235, # 1 &2.
Present Wednesday Oct 8, 9,
Friday Oct 10, 2014
Work on Presentation on Friday Alternative Energy Sources
Solar  Nick / Evangeline
Tidal  Anant
Geothermal Raj
Biofuels  Syafiq
Wind J
Fission Sasi
Hydroelectricity Kit Kat
Nuclear  Daniel (Fusion)
Fossil Fuels
Monday Sept 29, 2014 Lab coefficient of Friction
Tuesday Sept 30 Assessment You need to do the following:
1. Draw free body diagrams and sketch diagram
2. Know the following definitions:
From page 114115
a. newton
b. system diagram
c. free body diagram
d. applied force
e. tension
f. normal force
g. friction
3. Calculate the force Fg= mg (change in gravity for different planets).
4. Define and explain the difference between mass and weight. (p. 164 & 165).
5. What are newton's three laws (make you can explain using everyday examples):
Newton's First law (p. 125)section 3.2.
Newton's 2nd Law (p. 130) section 3.3
Newton's 3rd law (p.137)section 3.4
6. Calculation questions:
f=ma( P.132 and 133)
7. Tension questions
8 Resolve the force on an angle for example a block with mass 0.50 gram on a 45 degree slope.
9. Tension p. 134135.
Thursday/Friday Sept 18 and 19, 2014
Finish Lab Report by Monday Sept 21, 2014
Finish Questions below show your diagrams, components, free body diagrams and system diagrams.
Thurs Sept 18, 2014
3.3, Newton's Second Law of Motion, F=ma; p. 133, #14
3.4, Newton's Third Law, for "every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" p. 135, # 1 & 2
Thursday Sept 11, 2014
Work on Vector Component Questions for "Forces": ON the graph paper draw the following situations out and break the angles down into components:
1. Wheeelbarrow being lifted 360 N at 60 degrees
Suitcase pulled 490 N at 45 degrees
2. Draw a free body diagram of:
a. can on the desk
b. two brothers playing tug of war
c. a girl pushing a book along a table.
Finish the questions book questions, p.119, #1 and 2; p. 120, #1 and 2; p.122, #13.
Friday Sept 12, 2014
Finish Blended Learning Project send to: clairetaylors32@gmail.com
Monday Sept 15, 2014
Go to Lab for Projectile Motion
Tuesday Sept 16, 2014 Holiday
Wednesday Sept 17, 2014 in class working on Forces Present some presentations
Wednesday Sept 10, 2014
Work on Lab: Lab Report File
Finish Physics 11 book questions, p.119, #1 and 2; p. 120, #1 and 2; p.122, #13.
Tuesday Sept 9, 2014
Finish your table from the lab on Monday Sept 8, 2014.
Answer the questions under "Analyze and Conclude" with your group members.
Thursday Sept 4, 2014
3.1 Forces Define force of gravity (p. 116); Calculate Net Forces (Fnet) p. 120, Practice, #13.
3.2 Newton's First Law of Motion, p. 126, Practice, #15.
Please send Blended Learning to my gmail address: clairetaylors32@gmail.com
Friday Sept 5, 2014 Blended Learning New Projects for Forces
Project A (Bearings)
Analyse with Newton’s Laws in mind why bearings are used in different devices. Explore on (p. 186) extremely low friction bearings, near frictionless carbon, and how they are used.
Project B (Design of Athletic Shoes and food ware)
Design of shoes types of athletic shoes, (p.185) and they are used to apply Newton’s Laws.
Project C
How do Newton’s Laws apply to the movement of roller coasters? How do rollercoasters get better and what are the different forces of the rollercoasters?
Project D(Golf Clubs)
What factors are taken into consideration in the design of golf clubs (p.184)? What element(s) could be changed to improve a club’s performance?
Project E
How do antilock brakes work, (p.180) and what limitations do they have? What
impact does the condition of the road (wet, dry, smooth, grooved) have on the forces acting on the brakes.
Project F (Skidding and Electronic Stability Control) the braking of a skidding car (p.189) ? What are the benefits and limitations of electronic stability controls (ESC) on automobiles (p.180)?
Project G
How are the principles of forces able to apply to create better artificial limbs such as the artificial Limbs for Oscar Pictorius, p. 185)
Tuesday August 26, 2014
Review 1.5,
1.6  Acceleration near the ground, p. 41, #1 and 2
P. 42, #1 and 2
Questions P. 43, # 15
2.3 Definitions as well as calculations. Complete calculations on
Wednesday August 27, 2014
Finish Graphs Rocket motion, Hawk Graph, PositionVelocityAcceleration Graphs
Finish Projectile Motion Questions
P. 78, Practice, # 1 & 2
P. 81, Practice, # 1 & 2
P. 81, 2.3 Questions , #1 and 2.
Thursday August 27, 2014
Work on Review: 2.1
Practice Free Body Diagrams:
Friday August 28, 2014
Review and complete Blended Learning Presentation
Monday August 25, 2014
Lab at Main campus
Friday August 22, 2014
Complete the blended Learning presentation Make sure to send it to
clairetaylors32@gmail.com
Thursday August 21, 2014
Complete the following:
1.5, p. 39, # 1 & 2.
Worksheet: Practice Exercises: Uniformly Accelerated Motion
1.6. p. 41, # 1 and 2; Questions, p.43, 15.
Wednesday August 2014
Tuesday August 17, 2014
Complete the worksheet for Vector Components
Monday August 18, 2014
Lab at Main Campus: 3rd floor Physics Lab #1
Monday August 11, 2014
1.5 Kinematics Questions
Tuesday August 12, 2014
1.5 Kinmatics Question REview
Wednesday Augusts 13, 2014
Review Questions review scale diagram
Thursday August 14, 2014
Assessment
Friday August 15, 2014
Blended Learning
Monday August 4, 2014
Textbook Questions: Practice, p. 11, #13;
Vector Diagram (scale drawings), p. 13, #16
Definitions: Average speed, Practice, p.15, #13, Practice p. 18, #1 &2.
Review the types of graphs: See interpreting graphs, p. 19.
Finish 3 graphs: Hawk, Rocket graphs, new graphs
Tuesday August 5, 2014
Ongoing Graphs: complete the graphs
1.2 Average speed Reveiw, p. 20, #16.
1.3 Acceleration, Practice, p. 24, #13, Practice p.26,#1
Practice calculating instantaneous velocity graph, p. 29, #1 and 2. P. 30, #15.
Wednesday August 6, 2014
1.4. Comparing Graphs of Linear Motion, Definitions, accelerationtime graph, Area under an acceleration time graph
Practice, p. 34, #1,
Review Questions, p. 35, #14.
1.5 Five Key Equations for motion with Uniform Acceleration.p. 39, #1+2, Review Questions, p. 39, #15
Thursday August 7, 2014
Friday August 8, 2014: Blended Learning Assignment
How acclerators are used to study the motion of animals?
Measuring a false start how to measure one?
How are satellites used to track animal species in remote areas?
Topic still available:
1. How kinematics relates to a speed gun to measure pitching a ball?
2. How acclerometers used in a video game?
3. Why is it important for photo radars to reduce accidents and fuel consumption of excessive speeding? How it reduces fuel used by trucks?
Exam Monday June 9, 2014 at 1:00 to 3:30 pm in CPU building in room KS 7. 27
Monday June 2, 2014
Review Handouts for practice.
Tuesday June 3, 2014
Draw and explain 3 experiments on applications of waves:
1. Waves through air (doppler, Section 9.5)
2. Waves through solid ( p. 422 and p. 466 throuhg the earth)
3. Waves through water liquid (p. 416)
Write a brief summary and application on science, technology and society structural formations, p. 10.4.
4 Draw the following circuits
1. parallel circuit include 3 lamps, 1 battery. Explain what happens when one bulb burns out
1. series circuit include 3 bulbs and 1 one light bulb burns out.
Calculate the circuit analysis using Kirchhoff's and Ohm's Law for Question 11.9, #1 a on p. 535.
Wednesday June 4, 2014
Take up worksheets
Exam Review
Concept 
Formula 
Is work Completed 
When an applied force does not result in any motion



Uniform motion exists in the absence of a force



The applied force is perpendicular to the displacement



Frequency 
Wave length 
Wave form together 






Concept 
Does it affect resistance in a conductor 
Length of a conductor

Yes or No 
Material of the conductor

Yes or No 
Temperature of the circuit

Yes or No 
Calculate Energy in Joules:
A 1 kg ball dropped at 39 m.
A 100 kg car moving at 4.5 m/s [E].
What is the heat required to evaporate 23 g of water?
What is the energy required to freeze 124 g of water?
Calculate the cost of energy used for one family 249 hr of off peak (0.075 $ ON) 566 hr of mid peak $0.112 kWh, and 355 of on peak usage $0.135? What advice would you give a family to help reduce their energy bill? Assume that the family does not know the exact prices.
Thurs June 5, 2014
Review for the exam
Friday June 6, 2014
Review for the exam
Monday May 26, 2014
IN class Finish Electricity Worksheet
Tuesday May 27, 2014
Shortened Periods
P. 1 8905 am
P. 2 9:05 to 10:10 am
P. 3 10.10 11.15 am
11.15 to 12.15 am  CPU Graduate LT 1 (Third Floor)
P. 4 12.15 to 1:20 pm
P.5. 1.20 to 2.25 '
P. 6. 2.25 to 3.30
Wednesday May 28, 2014
Finish Sections and Review:
11.1 electrical power, p. 505
What are power's derived units.
In Ontario off peak (7.5 cents, mid peak 11.2 cents, peak hours 13.5 cents)
http://www.hydroone.com/TOU/PublishingImages/TOUTimes.jpg
Do you think this would deter or change people's behavior? How can people adjust their use of electricity?
Do Questions, #1 and 2, on Page. 505
Do Questions, #1 and 2, on Page. 506
Do Questions, #1 to 4, on Page. 507.
Complete the Reassessment #2.
Thursday May 29, 2014
Solve Calculation Questions from textbook:
Friday May 30, 2014
Assessment on Electricity
Shortened Periods
P.1 8.00  9:05 am
P. 2 9.05  10:10 am
P. 3 10.1011.15 am
Mentorship meeting 11.15 to 12.15 pm (Go to mentorship rooms)
P.4 12.15  1.20 pm
P.5 1.20  2.25 pm
P.6 2.25  3.30 pm
Practice Exam Problems With Answers
Practice Exam with Answers
Answer to Question #18 on the MC: here is the full answer:
m= mass of electron =kg= 9.11 x 1031
q=charge of electron = 1.60 x 1019 J/Coulombs
potential Difference = V= Joules= 5.67x10+3 V
v=square root of (2qV/m)= 4.4 x 107m/s
Friday May 23, 2014 PD Day for Teachers
Monday Nov 18 2013
Finish Work on the Lab
Complte the following task: Google Doc on Electricity and Magnetism
Finish lab for measuring: See Link for measuring Current (Amps) and Volt (in Volts)
Finish Chap Calculations
Wave Assessments
Week of Monday Oct 28Nov 1
Monday Review Chapter 6 heat, thermal energy, worksheet of work
Tuesday REview PowerPoint of Energy
Wednesday
Thursday shortened periods
PERIOD 1  8.00  9.05 AM
PERIOD 2  9.05  10.10 AM
PERIOD 3  10.10  11.15 AM
CPU POTENTIAL GRADUATES MEETING
(11:15AM – 12:15PM)
PERIOD 4 – 12.15  1.20 PM
PERIOD 5  1.20  2.25 PM
PERIOD 6  2.25  3.30 PM
Friday Lab Finish Waves Examples
Week of Monday Oct 2125
Monday Oct 21 Finish Problem set questions on EnergyTake up Pre Assessment Questions
Tuesday Oct 22 Finish Energy Questions on Work Energy
Wed Oct 23 Start on Waves
Thurs Oct 24 Assessment on Energy 
Friday Oct 25 Finish Lab on Waves (Standing, waves through a medium)
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1bVUdxTzBO5SLedaBmGsdgHNrdrY33q1Y7BIXqB0eQQ/edit?usp=sharing
Week of Wed Oct 1618
Presentations Alternative Fuel cells
Friday Oct 18 Present on
Week of Oct 711
Calculations and Lab
Week of Sept 30Oct 4 2013
Energy Food Calcuations
Graphs Ek=1/2mv2 ; Eg=mgh; Work= Forcex displacement
Week of Sept 23, 2013
MONDAY MENTORSHIP MEETING MUST FINISH PDP
Tuesday Review of Tension problems in book, (p. 147, Section 3.5)
Wednesday Review of tension problems using Newton's Second Law
Thursday  Assessment on
3.1 Free body diagram, Forces (app, tension, normal, friction)
3.2 Inertia and First law of motion ( Definitions). Application problems related to real life on the bus and head rests. Why are these necessary.
3.3  Newton's Second Law F=ma (Definition p. 131, and basic calculation)
3.4 Newton's Third Law For every action...(p. 137)
4.1 Gravity ( near the earth's surface, what is force field, difference between mass and weight)
4.2. Friction (difference of coefficient of static and kinetic friction)
Friday Lab on Specific Heat Capacity
Week of Sept 17, 2013
Tuesday Free fall gravity values and (Section
Wednesday
Thursday Sept
Friday Sept LAB PULLEYS AND GLIDERS AIR TRACKS
Week of Sept 9, 2013
Presentation on Forces, Technology and Society
Tuesday Free Fall and Forces
Wednesday
Thursday Coefficient of Friction
Friday Lab Pulleys and Coefficient of Friction Lab
Week of Sept 2, 2013
Hand in Lab Report for the Pendulum by Next Monday Sept 9
Gmail Presentation on
Monday Lab and Review of Kinematics and Projectile Motion
Tuesday Write out the definitions of of the following you may want to include a diagram asw well:
dynamics; Netwon (N); system diagram; free body diagram; applied force (F a); tension (F tension); normal force (F normal); friction force (F friction)
Wednesday Free Body Diagrams with calculations 3.1, p. 119, #1 and2; p. 120, #13; Quest 3.1. p.122, #2 and 5;Practice P. 126, #4 and 5.
3.2, p. 129, #15.
Thursday Calculation Questions. 3.3, p.133, #16.
Project A (Bearings)
Analyse with Newton’s Laws in mind why bearings are used in different devices. Explore on (p. 186) extremely low friction bearings, near frictionless carbon, and how they are used.
Project B (Design of Athletic Shoes and food ware)
Design of shoes types of athletic shoes, (p.185) and they are used to apply Newton’s Laws.
Project C
How do Newton’s Laws apply to the movement of roller coasters? How do rollercoasters get better and what are the different forces of the rollercoasters?
Project D(Golf Clubs)
What factors are taken into consideration in the design of golf clubs (p.184)? What element(s) could be changed to improve a club’s performance?
Project E
How do antilock brakes work, (p.180) and what limitations do they have? What
impact does the condition of the road (wet, dry, smooth, grooved) have on the forces acting on the brakes.
Project F (Skidding and Electronic Stability Control) the braking of a skidding car (p.189) ? What are the benefits and limitations of electronic stability controls (ESC) on automobiles (p.180)?
Project G
How are the principles of forces able to apply to create better artificial limbs such as the artificial Limbs for Oscar Pictorius, p. 185)
Friday PD Day
Monday May 19, 2014 In class
Thursday May 15, 2014
Finish Lab Experiments from "Waves"
Friday May 16, 2014
Course Evaluations: 10:30 10:50 am EA 5 You only have to complete this
task on Friday
Friday May 16, 2014
Finish Labs for Magnetism and Electricity
Monday May 5, 2014
Lab Sound, Magnetism and Electricity (circuits)
Tuesday May 6, 2014
Presentations and finish Sound Calculations
Wednesday May 7, 2014
Presentations and Start of Magnetism
Thursday May 8, 2014
Presentations if necessary and Magnetism
Friday May 9, 2014
Mentor ship meeting
Monday April 28, 2014 in Lab finishing the wave generator, ripple tank and resonance swing
Tuesday April 29, 2014 Finish all questions on heat, specific heat capacity, finish Waves Assessment (See Blue Button below for all of the details).
Wednesday April 30, 2014 in class assessment on Heat capacity (Q=mc change in T) and Q=mlv and Q=mlf
Thursday May 1st holiday
Friday May 2, Blended Learning finishing up work and finishing assessment on "Energy"
Thursday April 24, 2104
Please push the "Wave Assessment" button to complete the following task we will be working on for both this week and next.
Monday Lab finish
Q=mc (delta change) Temperature
Graph the following:
1. Graph: Temperature (y axis) versus Time (x axis) of the coconut oil
2. Graph: Temperature (y axis) versus Time (y axis) of water
3. Graph the temperature
4. Calculate the Qrelease from the water to the Q absorved from
Tuesday April 15, 2014
Tuesday April 15, 2014
Wednesday
Wednesday
Tuesday April 8, 2014 Finish Worksheets from April 17
Vocabulary Definitions: p.260, mechanical work p.222, energy, p.230; kinetic energy p.230; workenergy principle, p.232; potential energy p, 233; gravitational potential energy, p.233, reference level, p.233; mechanical energy p.235;
thermal energy, p.236; energy transformation, p.237; law of conservation of energy, p.238; efficiency p. 242; energy source p. 245; nonrenewable and renewable p. 245; power, p.250.
5.5 Questions #15
Review Questions P. 262, #11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 26, 29, 31
Monday Lab Forces and Momentum
Friday April 4, 2014
Energy Blended Learning Project
Science Section
For the science section make sure to use appropriate terminology related to energy
transformations, including, but not limited to:mechanical energy, gravitational potential energy,
kinetic energy, work, power, fission, fusion, heat, heat capacity, temperature, and latent heat [
This could be 2 or 3 slides. Make sure to include SI units. Use your textbook. Sources of Energy, p. 245 249.
Technology Section
This section will most likely take the longest time because you want to try to show the class how your type of energy production works. For example, you want to show people how
Analyse, using the principles of energy transformations, a technology that involves thetransfer and transformation of thermal energy(e.g., a power station, an air conditioner, a fuel cell, a laser printer) [AI, C]
What you should consider, make sure to include a detailed diagram showing how you type of energy works. Sample questions: How do vertical or rooftop gardens help insulate structures? In what ways
have refrigeration technologies changed since their initial development? When they are
designed efficiently, how do homes with solar powered cells use the energy from the sun?
How do groundsource heat pumps reduce the need for traditional heating and cooling systems?
Society
Assess, on the basis of research (Internet and your textbook), how technologies related to nuclear, thermal, or geothermal energy affect society and the environment (e.g., thermal regulating units, radiopharmaceuticals, drysteam power plants, groundsource heat pumps).
Sample issue: With the rising economic and environmental costs of heating homes using
conventional methods, geothermal technologies are an increasingly popular alternative.
However, tapping geothermal heat sources involves placing kilometres of tubing containing
antifreeze in the ground, which constitutes a potential environmental hazard.
Sample questions: How does this technology benefit consumers? How can nuclear technology be used to sterilize insects? If used widely, what impact would such a pest control technique have on society and the environment? Efficiency p. 244, textbookDue April 27, 2014
Hydroelectric power generation Michelle
Nuclear power generation Din
Solar Syed
Wind Elvin
Danny
Rueben
IN Room 4.9 at CPU building for class on Monday March 24, 2014
DUE DATES: Presentations for Power point or Gmail must be completed by Monday Feb 24 you must present by Tuesday and Wednesday Feb 25
Lab Report for pendulum is due Wednesday Feb 26, 2014
Assessment on Naming and Bonding on Thursday Feb 27, 2014
Monday In Lab March 3, 2014 Coefficient of Frictionusing different materials
a. using a clinometer to measure the height of a building
Tuesday March 4, 2014 Finish worksheet on the Projectile Motion 
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19bpV4lWXPY_5h2qBBjlRXZElhnxKsRKR2a6lrJSwgXQ/edit?usp=sharing
Laws Newtons  Definition  Everyday Example 
Application Questions From Nelson 11 Physics textbook:
Newton’s First Law, p.120, 1 3.
Newton’s Second Law p.133, #1—4.
Newton’s Third Law, p.136, #7 and 7. 3.4 Questions #13
Newton's Third Law, p. 141, Questions 3.4, #1 and 2.
Using Newton's Laws, p. 144, Section 3.5. Practice, #1 and 2. Questions 3.5. #1 and 2. (p. 147).
Chapter 4.1 Questions, p. 167, #1, 6, 8. Practice p. 171, #1 and 2.
Chapter 4.2 Practice, p. 171, #1 and 2. Questions 4.2, #1 and 2.
Chapter 4.3 Practice, p. 174, #1 and 2. p. 175, #1.
Kinetic Friction Problems, p. 177, #1 and 2.
Wednesday March 5, 2014 Review for Assessment on Thursday
Definition terminal velocity, free fall, draw a free body diagram of the following scenarios.
a. an object sliding down a hill
b. an object sitting on a table
c. someone pulling a cart
d. someone pushing a cart
Force of friction, force of a tension.
Thursday March 6 2014 Assessment on Projectile motion Worksheet Range, horizontal, maximum height, and using the formula for projectile motion to detmine the displacement of an object
Friday March 7, 2014 Finish blended learning assignment
Monday Feb 24, 2014 Lab Projectile Motion
Tuesday Feb 25, 2014 Worksheet on Projectile Motion and Kinematics Equations
Wednesday Feb 26, 2014
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19bpV4lWXPY_5h2qBBjlRXZElhnxKsRKR2a6lrJSwgXQ/edit?usp=sharing
Thursday Feb 27, 2014
Friday Feb 28 Blended Learning and OSSLTSeminars 5th floor
Project A (Bearings)
Analyse with Newton’s Laws in mind why bearings are used in different devices. Explore on (p. 186) extremely low friction bearings, near frictionless carbon, and how they are used. ELVIN
Project B (Design of Athletic Shoes and food ware)
Design of shoes types of athletic shoes, (p.185) and they are used to apply Newton’s Laws. REUBEN
Project C
How do Newton’s Laws apply to the movement of roller coasters? How do rollercoasters get better and what are the different forces of the rollercoasters? DANNY
Project D(Golf Clubs)
What factors are taken into consideration in the design of golf clubs (p.184)?What element(s) could be changed to improve a club’s performance? MIN
Project E (MOE)
How do antilock brakes work, (p.180) and what limitations do they have? What
impact does the condition of the road (wet, dry, smooth, grooved) have on the forces acting on the brakes.
Project F (Skidding and Electronic Stability Control) the braking of a skidding car (p.189) ? What are the benefits and limitations of electronic stability controls (ESC) on automobiles (p.180)?
Project G (MICHELLE)
How are the principles of forces able to apply to create better artificial limbs such as the artificial Limbs for Oscar Pictorius, p. 185)
Monday Feb 17, 2014
Please go to main campus labs
Tuesday Feb 18, 2014
Start of 2 D Motion diagram
Wednesday Feb 19, 2014
Start of 2D Drawing on c.2.1.section 2.1, Questions p. 65, #14.
Key Answers for 2.1
p. 71, Practice #1 and 2.
p. 75, Questions 2.2, #2.
Thurs Feb 20, 2014
Projectile Motion  Free Falling definitions of freefall
acceleration due to gravity, p. 40
free fall p. 40
terminal velocity of an object when the force due to air resistance equals the force due to gravity on the object.
Friday Feb 21, 2014
Blended Learningcontinue to work on Presentation assignment
Blended Learning Assignment
How acclerators are used to study the motion of animals? Elvin
Measuring a false start how to measure one? Zaw Min
How are satellites used to track animal species in remote areas? Rueben
Topic still available:
1. How kinematics relates to a speed gun to measure pitching a ball?
2. How acclerometers used in a video game?
3. Why is it important for photo radars to reduce accidents and fuel consumption of excessive speeding? How it reduces fuel used by trucks?
Physics Thursday January 16, 2014
Start of course: Introduction (name tag), Book (where to buy), Outlinegive out to students.
Physics Monday January 21, 2014
Gmail and Gizmos
Tuesday January 22, 2014
Wednesday January 23, 2014
Thursday January 24, 2014
Friday January 25, 2014
Physics 11 Definition Review
vector
scalar
average velocity
displacement
acceleration
energy
thermal energy
kinetic energy
potential energy
absolute 0 K versus O degrees Celsius
reonance
Review Graphing
Graph an object moving at a constant velocity, which includes 0 m/s and 2 m/s and then drops to 1.5m/s.
Draw a diagram of a person moving east 200 m and 350 m north. Use a scale diagram
What are the two methods to determine the resultant of the the two; sin and cos and tan angle.
Sound
Draw a wave with an increasing frequency.Draw a wave with decreasing frequency and relate both concepts to a sound source walking away and toward you.
Draw a wave with all components.
Exam Revision Sheet
Revision for brightness of bulbs:
1. in a parallel curcuit containting light bulbs, what is the brightness of the bulbs
2. in a series circuit containing light , what is the brightness of the bulbs.
What do you think affects the brightness of the voltage.
one light circu
Calculation of Series Circuit
Week of August 26, 2013
Monday Review Lab
Tuesday  Kinematics 
Wednesday Projectile motion questions
Thursday Review  Start of Forces and Dynamics
Friday Lab on Gizmos of Velocity
Week of August 19, 2013
Monday August 19, 2013 Work on Review Sheet for Assessment
Tuesday August 20, 2013 Quiz Assessment for Speed, Diagram,Scale Diagrams
Wednesday August 21, 2013 Hand in Graphs and Questions from sheets
Class Lecture for Projectile Motion
Thursday August 22, 2013Finish Projectile Lab Projectile Motion
Friday August 23, 2014 Pendulum Lab and Ramps for projectile Motion
Week of August 12, 2013
Monday August 12, 2013 Work on Gmail Blended Learning Assignment
Tuesday August 20, 2013 Graphing  Hawk Average and Instantaneous Speeed
Wednesday August 21, 2013 Work on Graphs Velocity Graph
Thursday August 22, 2013 Work on Acceleration, Velocity and Displacement Graphs
Friday August 23, 2013 Lab at main campus Ballistic pendulum Lab
Exam Review Definition
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Exam Review Practice Problems Question and Answer
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Quiz on Thursday May 16, 2013
See content below.
Due on Monday May 20, 2013
Electrical Energy and Power
Monday May 27, 2013 and Tuesday 28, 2013
11.7, p. 525, # 1 and 2.
Definition of Ohm meter, p. 525
11.7 Questions, p. 526, #17
Graph Question, p. 526, #8
11.8 , p. 529, #1 and 2
118, p. 530, #1 and 2
118, p.530, Questions #15.
119, p. 534, # 1and 2
119, p. 535, # 14.
Power (11.1) # 14, p. 535.
Wednesday May 29, 2013
Hand in Magnet + Magnet Experiment
Hand in Magnet and Iron Filings
Hand in Magnet and Compass
Hand in Magnet and Field Experiment
Thursday May 31, 2013
Electricity Experiment; Draw Picture of a Series Circuit, Parallel Circuit and complex circuit
with Kirchoff's and Ohm's Law. Make sure to include a Ohm Meter and Amp Meter in your diagram.
Friday May 31, 2013
Quiz on Electricity and V=IR; Ohms, and Kirchhoff's Law.
Monday and Tuesday May 20, 2013
Electric Potential.
Calculation , p. 511, Practice prob #1.
Section 11.3, p. 513, Question, # 14.
11.5 Electric Current
practice prob, p. 513, 12
Question section 11.5, p. 518, #14
11.6 Kirchohoff's Laws p. 522, Practice Problem #1 and 2
11.6 P. 522, #13.
Monday May 13, 2013
Finish Lab Diagrams of Magnetism: bar magnets and field lines, compass and magnet (see fitri's diagrams). Answer the question "Why does any compass point to the geographical north point? ( Quiz on this will be May 23, 2013);
Tuesday May 14, 2013
Magnetism See Ch.
Wednesday May 15, 2013
Magnetism See Ch.
Thursday May 16, 2013
Quiz identify the parts of the wave, amplitude, wave length, rest position (equilibrium point), direction of wave.
Definition vibration, constructive and destructive waves, resonance.
Calculation Questions Sheet BLM 7.1 #1 and 2; BLM 7.4, #1ab, 5 and 7; BLM 7.6 #1, 2, 3.
Friday May 16, 2013
Lab in Computer Lab EA2
Monday may 6, 2013
Finish lab questions. Sketch the destructive and constructive interference
Tuesday may 7, 2013
Electricity
Wednesday may 8, 2013
Electricity
Thursday may 9, 2013
In class electricity. Shortened Periods.
PERIOD 1  8.00  9.05 AM
PERIOD 2  9.05  10.10 AM
PERIOD 3  10.10  11.15 AM
PERIOD 4  11.15  12.20 PM
Mentorship Meeting (12.20 –1.20 PM)
PERIOD 5  1.20  2.25 PM
PERIOD 6  2.25  3.30 PM
PERIOD 7 – 3.30 4.45 PM
Friday may 10, 2013
In lab finishing magnetism and electricity
Monday April 29, 2013
Finish work on "Thermal Energy Questions Assessment"
Tuesday April 30, 2013
Finish Wave and Sound Calculation and Definitions.
Wednesday May 1, 2013 NO SCHOOL HOLIDAY
Thursday May 2, 2013
Finish Wave and Sound Questions. Simple Harmonic Motion Definition Draw a Spring on A3 Sheet
Period and Frequency
Friday May 3, 2013
Lab main campus Electricity and Magnetism
Monday April 22, 2013
Finish Lab Questions For Investigation 6.31, Analyse and Evaluate (b); Apply and Extend (c and d).
6.4.1 Analyse and Evaluate (ag)
6.4.2 Analyse and Evaluate (a and b)
Apply and Extend ( c)
Tuesday April 23, 2013
Finish Questions on Worksheet with Temperature
8.1 Vibration, Particle in Mechanical Waves
8.2 Transverse and longitudinal wave, sound
Wednesday April 24, 2013
8.3 Wave Characteristics
See Slide show 8.1 What is a vibration?
Thursday April 25, 2013
PERIOD 1  8.00  9.05 AM PERIOD 2  9.05  10.10 AM PERIOD 3  10.10  11.15 AM PERIOD 4  11.15  12.20 PM
INFORMATION & SUBJECT REGISTRATION DAY (12.20 –1.20 PM)
PERIOD 5  1.20  2.25 PM PERIOD 6  2.25  3.30 PM PERIOD 7 – 3.30 4.45 PM

8.4 Determining Wave Speed
8.5 Properties of Sound Waves.
9.1 Interference of Waves
9.2 Waves at Media Boundaries
Friday April 26, 2013
Lab Waves, Resonance, Ripple Tank,
Monday April 15, 2013
Work on Presentation on Alternative Energy:
Alternative Energy Presentation (Due midApril Tuesday Thursday)
Jeremy  Fossil Fuels
Fitri Solar Energy
Sheehan Nuclear Energy
Jonathan Hydroelectric Power
Tuesday April 16, 2013
Specific Heat Capacity Questions
Slides on Lecture and Activity Today for Thermal Energy and Specific Heat Capacity
Wednesday April 17, 2013
Calculation Questions
Thursday April 18, 2013
Calculation Quiz Questions
Friday April 19, 2013
In Lab Resonance, Momentum Air Track.
Monday April 8, 2013
There is a briefing for all 2013 OSSLT candidates on Monday, 8^{th} April 2013.
The briefing will be held on the 7^{th} floor in the following rooms:
KS7.28, KS7.29 and KS7.30 from 10.0011.00am
OSSLT Test on Friday April 12, 20
Please arrive on main campus at by 7.40 and 7.50. Test will run from 8:00 am to 12.40 pm.
You will have a break at around 10 am for 1/2 hour
Please bring a blue or black pen, HB pencil and eraser and highlighter.
OSSLT page for review materials and old test papers
Tuesday April 9, 2013
Review kinetic energy, potential energy
review 5.4 Efficiency, and energy conservation and questions
Wednesday April 10, 2013
review for Quiz
Thursday April 11, 2013
Quiz on Energy, work ( 3 cases where work is not done), kinetic energy, potential energy and efficiency
Friday April 12, 2013
Monday April 1, 2013
Mentee meeting at 9:00 am in Student Activity room (ECA Block)
Due Dates; Presentation on Gmail on Thursday March 14, 2013
; Friday March 15, 2013
Alternative Energy Presentation (Due midApril)
Jeremy  Fossil Fuels
Fitri Solar Energy
Sheehan Nuclear Energy
Jonathan Hydroelectric Power
Tuesday April 2, 2013
Please take the survey Stop, Start, Continue
End of Chapter 3 Review
End of Chapter 4 Review
Answers for the the Questions in each section.
Section 4.1 p. 167;
Section 4.2 p. 172;
Section 4.3 p. 177 AND 178;
Section 4.4 P. 183.
43 Newton's Laws: Problems (1 a Fitri, 1b Sheehan/ Jon) 3a Fit/Jeremy; 3b Shee/Jon; 3c all students
4a Fit/Jere; 4b Shee Jon.
Monday March 25, 2013
Finish working on your Forces Presentation or work on your "Green Energy" project.
Tuesday March 26, 2013
Presentation on Forces.
Definition of Work p. 223, practice problem #1, p. 225, # 1 and 2.
Section Review  Questions 5.1, # 18.
Mechanical Gravitation and Potential Energy (p. 233) p. 235, Questions 5.2 #14
Thursday March 28, 2013
5.3 Types of Energy and the Law of Conservation of Energy p. 241, #1; p. 241, 5.3 Questions
Friday March 29, 2013
IN lab doing Energy and Power labs.
Monday March 11, 2013
Work on Project below and finish Lab Report on Pendulum (Presentations will be on 13 and 14 of March)
Projects for Forces How are everyday forces manipulated for science, technology, and society/
Design of Athletic Shoes (Jon, see textbook, p. 185)
Cars (tires, snow tires as well all year tires) (Fitri see textbook, p. 189)
Roller Coasters (focus of bearings and why aren't there any wheels) (Sheehan, see p. 186 in textbook)
Crumple Zones in Cars/Trucks (open)
Air bas (open, see textbook p. 182,)
Seat Belts (Jeremy, see textbook, p. 181 )
Please include a list of forces for the science section of your presentation.
Tuesday March 12, 2013
Take up lab calculations calculate the acceleration using the ticker tape and calculating the acceleration from algebra.
Wednesday March 13, 2013
3.3 Questions p. 136, #18
Poster
Please include the following on the poster:
Gravity, include the definition of:
force field (p. 164)
gravitational field strength (p. 164)
weight and mass (p. 165)
A diagram showing both a free fall (Felix) and the corresponding Free Body Diagram
Include Table 1 (p. 167) and Table 2 (p. 167) and Table 3 (p. 167)
Include Figure 3, p. 168.
Include definitions (p.168) static and kinetic friction.
coefficient of friction (u) static and Kinetic
Calculation Question, p. 171, #2
p. 175, Practice #12.
Thursday March 14, 2013
3.4 Questions, p. 141, # 16. Start Gmail presentations
Friday March 15, 2013
Labs are in CPU EA2 use of Gizmos.
Monday March 4, 2013
Choose your next project for Blended Learning:
Work on Project below and finish Lab Report on Pendulum (Presentations will be on 13 and 14 of March)
Projects for Forces How are everyday forces manipulated for science, technology, and society/
Design of Athletic Shoes (Jon, see textbook, p. 185)
Cars (tires, snow tires as well all year tires) (Fitri see textbook, p. 189)
Roller Coasters (focus of bearings and why aren't there any wheels) (Sheehan, see p. 186 in textbook)
Crumple Zones in Cars/Trucks (open)
Air bas (open, see textbook p. 182,)
Seat Belts (Jeremy, see textbook, p. 181 )
Please include a list of forces for the science section of your presentation.
Tuesday March 5, 2013
Work on Forces Chapter 3.1, p. 119, #1 and 2. p. 120, # 13
Wednesday March 6, 2013
Monday Feb 25, 2013
Work on Pendulum Lab to hand in. Please finish your Gizmos Lab. Go to www.explorelearning.com and "Enrol in class" and then put in your "Class Code"
Tuesday Feb 26, 2013
Finish Review Questions and Start Forces
Wednesday Feb 27, 2013
Forces Unit #2, C 3.
Start of Forces (systematic and free body diagrams).
Thursday Feb 28, 2013
Test on Kinematics (Ch. 1 and 2).
Friday March 1, 2013
PD for Teachers and No School for Students
Choose your next project for Blended Learning:
Projects for Forces How are everyday forces manipulated for science, technology, and society/
Design of Athletic Shoes (Jon)
Cars (tires, snow tires as well all year tires) (Fitri)
Roller Coasters (focus of bearings and why aren't there any wheels) (Sheehan)
Crumple Zones in Cars/Trucks (open)
Air bas (open)
Seat Belts (Jeremy)
Please include a list of forces for the science section of your presentation.
Monday Feb 18, 2013
Mentorship meeting at 10:00 to 11:30 am at CPU on the 2nd floor
Kpad 2.7. All CPU students must attend class.
Finish your Gmail or presentation you must present on the Thursday Feb 21, 2013
Tuesday Feb 19, 2013
Work on projectile motion questions from book. Work on summaries of chapter 1 and 2 for Review for
Wednesday Feb 20, 2013
Start work on Forces Chapter 3 and 4, new Unit on Forces.
Thursday Feb 21, 2013
Presentations on from Blended Learning on Fastest moving objects.
Friday Feb 22, 2013
Lab finish using the Clinometers to determine the speed of a falling object.
Lab finish labs on Projectile motion.
Monday Feb 4, 2013
Work on problem worksheet: Review Questions on Kinematics
Finish graph and Hand in 3 Graphs (Hawk, Rocket and Van) and questions as a group
Tuesday Feb 5, 2013
Finish Kinematics Review questions.
Wednesday Feb 6, 2013
Start Projectile Motion questions
Thursday Feb 7, 2013
Work on Free Fall questions and problems
Friday Feb 8, 2013
Lab on Clinometers
Lab on Rolling Cars
Lab on Ramps
Monday January 21, 2013
Below are the PDF files of the Textbook. I will only have these files up for the first week as you all buy your book.
READI will not be doing this for all sections.
Finish map grid and create a find the treasure game. Finish 1.1 worksheet.
Finish p. 13, #1 and 2 and 1.1 Questions, #16
Tuesday January 22, 2012
Shortened Periods on Tuesday
Period 1 89 am
Period 2 910 am
Period 3 1011 am
Period 4 1112 pm
Period 5 12 1 pm
Period 6 12 pm
Go to Multipurpose Hall on Main Campus for a City Survival Talk
24 pm.
1.2 Speed and Velocity. Finish, Sections definitions and problems, p. 15, #13; p. 18, #1 and 2.
Wednesday January 23, 2013
1.3 Acceleration, p. 26, #1; p. 29, # 12; p. 30, #19.
1.4 Comparing Graphs of Linear Motion, p. 34, #14.
Holiday Thursday January 24 and Friday January 25, 2013
Section 1.1 of the textbook. Distance, position and displacement
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Section 1.2 of the textbook. Speed and Velocity
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Section 1.4 Comparing Graphs of Linear Motion
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Section 1.3 Acceleration
Welcome to Physics January 2013
Exam for Physics is on Friday Dec 7, 2012 from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm in KS 7.26
Physics Exam Revision Guide
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Practice Exam Revision Problems and Answer Key Below
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Practice Exam Below and exam key below
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Monday Nov 19, 2012 NO MORE BLENDED LEARNING IN class
Finish universal wave equations and questions
Tuesday Nov 20, 2012 in the Laboratory Start of Electricity Lab
Wednesday Nov 21, 2012 in class Classwork on Waves
Thursday Nov 22, 2012 in class work on Electricity and Magnetism Answers:
Draw on an A3 sheet the following:
14. 15, p.687; 14.1614.18, p. 691; 14.28, p.701; 14.30, p. 705; 14.31, p. 706.
Friday Nov 23, 2012 in class work on Electricity see section
Monday Nov 5, 2012
Mentorship meeting 9:00 am
Tuesday Nov 6, 2012
PERIOD 1  8.00  9.05 am
PERIOD 2  9.05  10.10 am
PERIOD 3  10.10  11.15 am
Assem bly LT2 at Main Campus ( 11.1512.15 pm)
PERIOD 4  12.15  1.20 pm
PERIOD 5  1.20  2.25 pm
PERIOD 6  2.25  3.30 pm
In class work on definitions of energy and waves
Wednesday Nov 7, 2012 In class
Thursday Nov 8, 2012 In class work on solutions
Friday Quiz on waves and energy defintions
Huygens' (Diffraction of waves)
Huygens' wavelets
Monday Oct 29, 2012
Finish Presentations, if you and your partner are completing different topics then just finish your topic.
Tuesday Oct 30, 2012 Lab Waves and Energy Lab
Wednesday Oct 31, 2012 In Class 8.1 and 8.2 , presentations, Practice problems
Thursday Nov 1, 2012 In class , presentations
Friday Nov 2, 2012 In class presentation, waves and Tacoma bridge
Monday October 22, 2012
You should finish your "Alternative Energy" presentation
Tuesday in class students should be ready to present "Alternative Energy" presentation
Also see below, continue "Energy poster"
Wednesday Finish 6.2 Power (p. 275) and Efficiency (p.282); Second Law
of Thermodynamics (p. 284)
Thursday Quiz on Energy questions, and Work, similar to "Present your answer
Review questions".
Friday HOLIDAY
Thermal Energy Poster (It's big on heat)
ON your poster include the definition and a diagram:
Def. of Thermal Energy p. 259; Heat p. 259; Kinetic Molecular theory, p. 259.
First Law of Thermodynamics p. 260
Draw diagrams for First Law of Thermodynamics
Draw diagrams for Table 6.1, The Changing Theories of Heat, p.261
Temperature include absolute Zero, p. 262
Conversion of Temperature to Kelvin scale to Celsius p. 263.
Draw hot body diagram, include the definition of Thermal equilibrium, p. 264.
Include Fig 6.9, p. 265; Temperature in (Kelvin).
p.265 Def Specific heat Capacity
p.266Table 6.2 Draw out the table categorize the list
p. 266 Heat Required for a temperature change
p.267 Specific Heat Capacity of Table 6.3
p. 270 Phase Change Figure 6.12.
Answers to 4.1 and 4.2 Revision Questions
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Monday October 2012 work on Alternative Energy Presentations \
Tuesday October 18, 2012 In Lab Work on Energy
Wednesday October 17, 2012 Shortened periods all students will go to Lakeside
Work on Review Questions and Problems to present to class: (see list below)
PERIOD 1  8.00  8.50 am
PERIOD 2  8.50  9.40 am
PERIOD 3  9.40  10.30 am
PERIOD 4  10.30  11.20 pm
PERIOD 5  11.20  12.10 pm
PERIOD 6  12.10  1.00 pm
Thursday October 18, 2012
Present Problems on Work; Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy.
Pg. 253 Review Questions/ Problems p. 254
JY Q. # 1, #15
Pragha, #2, #16
Mak #3, #14
Termeh #4, #18
Imesha, #5, #17
GoKul, #6a, #19
Boris, #6b, # 21
Celine, #7, #20
Work on Energy and Thermodynamics
Friday October 19, 2012 Present Energy Projects
Monday October 8, 2012
LT1 OSSLT workshops 10 1 pm. You must attend if you have not written your OSSLT test.
Tuesday October 9, 2012
Lab Maincampus
Wednesday finish chapter 5 Revision, 5.1 and 5.2
Thursday Finish chapter 5
FridayFinish chapter 5
Monday October 1, 2012
Date: 1^{st} October2012. Time: 9.00 am – 10.00am. Kpad 2.6
Tuesday October 2, 2012
In lab for Pulleys and Energy Lab
PERIOD 1  8.00  9.05 AM
PERIOD 2  9.05  10.10 AM
PERIOD 3  10.10  11.15 AM
PERIOD 4  11.15  12.20 PM
INFORMATION & SUBJECT REGISTRATION DAY
(12.20 –1.20 PM)
PERIOD 5  1.20  2.25 PM
PERIOD 6  2.25  3.30 PM
Wednesday October 3, 2012
Start Gmail presentations
Thursday October 4, 2012
Energy Chapter 5 and 6
Friday October 5, 2012 = PD (no classes for students but classes for teachers)
Work on Presentations for alternative Energy Chapter 5 and 6.
Choose alternative energies from p. 292314
Solar energy (p. 312)
Hydrogen power energy sources (p. 312)
Nuclear power (p. 311)
Geothermal power (p.306)
Ocean thermal power (p. 305)
Tidal power (p. 304)
Wave power (p.303)
China's Three Gorges Dam (p. 302)
Water Power Energy path (p. 301)
Wind Power (p. 299)
Biomass Power (p. 296)
Fossil Fuel (p. 295)
Monday October 8, 2012
Finish working on the alternative energy project
Tuesday October 9, 2012
Finish work problems, p. 199, #2. P. 203 , #4, 5.
p.207, #11. p. 213, #14 and 15. Section Review p. 213, #15
p. 216, # 19 and 20. p. 226, ( work energy theorem questions, #22 and 23).
Wednesday October 9, 2012
Thursday October 10, 2012
Friday October 11, 2012
Monday September 24, 2012 Work on presentation for Friday
Review from Chapter 4 Review sheets: p.183, #26, 11, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
Tuesday September 25 in LAB MAIN CAMPUS
Wednesday Sept 26 Review in class Unit test on chapter 4, 2227
( Review from Section 4.1 to 4.3 and Review Questions from sheets)
Thursday Sept 27 Unit Test
Presentation on bearings or air car bags, etc...
Work and
p. 209,
Sectioni 5.1, p. 213, # 15.
Monday September 17holiday
Tuesday in lab for projectile motion and track car lab
Wednesday in class for review
Thursday quiz on weight, F=ma, friction and free body diagram
Friday in class
Monday September 10, 2012
Memorial for Mr. D in MPH (main campus) at 10:00 am.
Tuesday in Lab at Main campus for projectile motion lab
Wednesday in class
Thursday Short quiz on weight, inertia, F=ma. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Friday in class Finish Chapter 4.2.
ANSWER TO 2.3 Section Review p.60
3f. When an object is in free fall, it reaches a velocity at which the acceleration
becomes zero due to air resistance. The object then falls at a constant velocity
called "terminal velocity". Terminal velocity is the velocity at which the downward
pull of gravity is balanced by the equal and upward oppoing force of air resistance.
For a falling object.
Surface Gravity of the Planets and the Sun
Surface Gravity of the Planets and the Sun
How much do you weigh on all of these planet? Let say the average person weighs one of the following: 50 kg, 55 kg, 60 kg, 65 kg.
Pick a weight and determine your Force on each of the planets.
Rank 
Name 
Surface Gravity (meter pr. square second) 
1 
274 

2 
24.92 

3 
11.15 

4 
10.44 

5 
9.798 

6 
8.87 

7 
8.87 

8 
3.71 

9 
3.7 

10 
1.62 

11 
0.58 
Pick a topic:
Forces Project
bearings in to reduce friction
special shoes to reduce drag
improving golf club performance (such as improving force)
how anti lock brakes work
road conditions
why was there an introduction of crumple zones, seat belts, air bag.
Technology how the machines work
Benefits to society
Blended Learning Monday September 3, 2012:
Tuesday Sept 4, 2012 In class chapter 4.1  New Gmail project on Forces.
On poster paper:
Definition: inertia (p. 134); kinematics, dynamics, mechanics, forces (p. 136); weight (p. 139);
Different acceleration due to gravity (Table 4.3, p. 140).
static and kinetic frictional forces (p. 145);
draw contact forces (p.138), and free body diagrams of: bottle on the table, moving a book across the table.
Wednesday Sept 5, 2012 In class chapter 4.2
Thursday Review of examples of Forces, free body diagrams and Projectile Motion.
Friday in class Chapter 4.3.
ANSWERS FOR REVISION BELOW
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Monday September 3, 2012
Mentorship meeting:
Time: 9.00 am – 9.55am (Please end by 9.55am so that your students have the time to walk to their respective career talk venue)
Please meet at K Pad 2.6.
Due Dates for Assessments:
Lab Report: 1B Analyzing the Pendulum Due due August 7 please hand in by August 10 or by Monday. (please hand in Report )
Unit Test : All of Chapter 2 (limited questions on 2.1 frame of reference) August 16, 2012.
Graphing Booklet: Please hand in August 17, 2012 Due Date Extended to After Eid, without Penalization
Blended Learning on Monday August 27, 2012 work on presentation
You must be ready to present on Wednesday August 29, 2012
Please confirm by Friday which project you will be working on (see below in blue).
You must either email me or share your gmail document with me:
Gmail address: clairetaylors32@gmail.com
(PLEASE SEND ME Your PDP document in Gmail when you have finished it please do by
Friday August 17, 2012)
Tuesday August 28 in class
Wednesday August 29 Presentations
Thursday August 30 in class
Friday August 31 HOLIDAY (national day no school)
Blended Learning August 13
Tuesday August 14, 2012 in class no labs Finish the ticker tape activity
In section 2.4 Do, p.70 (# 1 7); 2.5 (p. 75, # 6, 7, 8) p. 84, #9, 10, 11, 12.
Wednesday August 15, 2012 in class
Finish p. 85, #1 9.
Thursday August 16 Unit Test (make sure to revise section 2.1 (limited displacement), 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 (p. 70, and 2.5)
Friday August 17 In class.
Physics First Project
Due Date: August 27, 2012
Choose one topic from the following list:
1. devices in sports
2. rocket accelerators
3. motion detecting sensors for security systems
4. speedometers in automobiles
5. explore GPS increases accuracy in mapping of oil spills and forest fires
6. how are satellites used in cell phones and tv
Science  you must consider what science concepts are involved (such as speed)
Technology  what are the machines used
Society  how do people use the different objects or concepts
Here is the link for the Circuit Drawings
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks3bitesize/science/energy_electricity_forces/electric_current_voltage/revise5.shtml
Monday July 30, 2012
In class.
Tuesday July 31, 2012 in Lab
Wednesday Aug 1, 2012 in lab review for chapter 2 only
Review Concept Maps ( on pink sheet of paper the graphs for uniform and non uniform motion)
Include definitions for:
velocity ( p. 41)
instantaneous velocity (p. 54)
uniform and non uniform motion and average velocity (p. 47).
Thursday August 2, 2012 in class quiz on displacement, position, velocity. (Quiz on Section 2.2 and 2.3). Include any handouts and worksheets that have been completed in class..
Friday August 3, 2012 in class
Lecture Presentation
Calculating Standard Deviation
Columbia Website has a very good website on calculating standard Deviation:
http://phys.columbia.edu/~tutorial/estimation/tut_e_2_3.html
This website uses time as an example. It also has a very good explanation of what standard deviation is.
Answers to Quick Lab ( Hawk Question) p53
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Physics First Project
Due Date: August 27, 2012
Choose one topic from the following list:
1. devices in sports
2. rocket accelerators
3. motion detecting sensors for security systems
4. speedometers in automobiles
5. explore GPS increases accuracy in mapping of oil spills and forest fires
6. how are satellites used in cell phones and tv
Science  you must consider what science concepts are involved (such as speed)
Technology  what are the machines used
Society  how do people use the different objects or concepts
Kinematics
Position (p. 36)
Displacement (p. 37)
Time and Time intervals ( see example Fig. 2.10, p.40)
Velocity (p. 41)
Problems
P. 45 #2
Section Review 2.2, p. 46, 16
Section 2.3
uniform motion and non uniform motion (p. 47)
Graphing Poster (hand in on August 3)
Concept Organizer (p. 51, Average Velocity, Constant); Instantaneous Velocity
P. 65, Quick Lab: Graphing the Motion of a Van
Concept Organizer (p. 66, Uniform Acceleration, and NonUniform Acceleration)
Physics Review July 25
Review Pendulum ( Chapter 1)
Review Distance Displacement ( Chapter 2.1 Review Frame of Reference ) and Chapter 2.2  Graphing and displacement.
Speed Velocity
Thursday July 26, 2012
Shortened Period
Period 1 8  9 am
Period 2 910 am
Period 3 1011 am
Period 4 11 12 pm
Period 5 12  1 pm
Period 6 1 2 pm
Exam Practice for May 28 June 1 No classes from May 28 June 4
Check Your Answers Below
Try a Practice Exam
Check Your Answers Here
Blended Learning for Monday May 14
Review Questions from Chapter 13 and Chapter 14. Full Solutions in File below named: "Revision for Chapter 13 questions". Chapter 14 will only include field lines, magnetic dipoles.
Tuesday Finish Chapter 14 Magnetism
Wednesday Finish Chapter 14 Magnetism
Thursday IN LAB Thursday
Friday Short Quiz on the use of Formulas, diagrams for Magnetism and Electricity
ON the QUIZ  Field directions of negative and positive charge.
Earth's magnetic fields
Questions from Thursday class on Ohms law Section 13.
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Magnetism (Ch. 14)
On Poster Paper, everyone should have the following:
Draw Domains, p. 672 and magnetic field.
p. 680, define simple magnet
p. 681 diagram of compass diagram and earth core which includes the magnetic fields.
P.672, draw dipole diagram
No Lab this week all classwork week of May 7, 2012
Tuesday  Finish sound waves and posters. Start of Electricity. Electricity and finish wave worksheets
Wednesday Start Chapter 13 electrical movements (p. 630, Ohm's Law)
Finish 13.3, Q#, 2126
Thursday Electricity and Magnetism
Finish Series and Parallel Circuits
p.637, Q# 27 and 28.
Parallel Resistors in Parallel.
p.642, #32, 33.
13.5, p. 652 Electric Power and Energy, p. 654655, Q# 4042. #43,
p. 662, # 46.
Energy Consumption
p. 662, The cost of electricity.
Friday Review Chapter
Blended Learning: Monday April 23, 2012
Monday Blended Learning: Finish the Lab from Thursday. You must write up the lab and answer all questions. This must be typed following the template below. You should also finish all of the problem set and poster for energy.
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Wednesday April 25 and Friday April 27 Hand in by end of holiday.
On your wave poster include: ,
p. 345, resultant wave, component waves, constructive interference/destructive interference
nodes and antinodes, standing waves
p. 347, Draw figure 7.17
p.348, Definition of natural frequency, fundamental frequency, fundamental mode, overtones
p. 354, Draw Figure 7.22, draw a wavefrong, draw a pebble being dropped into a medium , normal line, angle of incidence and angle of reflection
p. 357, Definition of Refraction; Diffraction
p. 359, Figure 7.27 A. Draw a perpendicular bisector
p. 360, Figure 7.28 A. Definition of nodal line, and antinodal line
Tuesday April 24 Continue chapter 7 and 8
Wednesday April 25 Continue chapter 7 and 8
Thursday  In Lab and shortened period for subject registration
Friday In class Chapter 8
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Tuesday April 24 Continue chapter 7 and 8
Wednesday April 25 Continue chapter 7 and 8
Thursday  In Lab and shortened period for subject registration
Friday In class Chapter 8
Blended Learning: Monday April 16, 2012
Review for Quiz on Energy on
Answers to Review Questions below. The answers to practice problems are in your textbook p. 317.
Tuesday: Work on C. 7 Waves  Finish presentations (N and R must present)
Wednesday: Start on C 7 Waves and Resonance
Thursday: Lab on Resonance and also on ripple tank
Friday: Continue C. 7 Waves Hand in Energy/Power Poster with the Problem Set Questions. Short Quiz.
Waves and Sound
Last Unit: C. 13 Magentism
Revision Questions for Chapter 6.
Blended Learning: Monday April 9, 2012
Mentee Meeting on Monday: in KPad  2.6 (Please bring a labtop or you will go to the computer lab to finish your PDP)
Tuesday: Work on C. 7 Waves  Finish presentations
Wednesday: holiday
Thursday: Lab on Thermal Energy  Specific Heat Capacity
Friday: Continue C. 7 Waves Hand in Energy/Power Poster with the Problem Set Questions.
Waves and Sound
Last Unit: C. 13 Magentism
Blended Learning: Monday April 2, 2012
Work on your Presentation for Friday. Remember you need to relate the following:
Science at least 3 slides explaining science concepts.
Technology how your science concept is translated into machinery or equipment.
Society how people use the different science concept and how it affects their lives.
On your Poster (Large A3 sheet)
You need to complete the following questions ( From Chapter 5 Review sheet):
Everyone must complete #16
# 9 (you must complete the concept map to the best of your ability)
Questions # 1114, 22, 23, 24.
Blended Learning Monday Mar 26, 2012
Please review for the OSSLT test on Friday Mar 30, 2012
Here is the website with practice tests and answers.
http://www.eqao.com/Students/Secondary/10/10.aspx?Lang=E&gr=10
Blended Learning Monday Mar 12, 2012
Please come to the Mentor Meeting and complete
Tuesday 5.1
Wednesday 5.2
Thursday In Lab finishing Air Track lab
Friday Test on Chapter 4
Mentor meeting at 1011am in KPad 2.6 with PDP in hand
the Gizmos http://www.explorelearning.com
Complete the sheet Student Exploration: Force and Fan Carts
Tuesday: Start 5.1 (p. 197, # 13)
Wednesday: Start 5.2 (p. 207, # 1113)
Blended Learning Monday Mar 5, 2012
Hand in Graphs from last unit for Tuesday
Finish the Different Fundamental Forces (p. 176, you need to
Create an eportfolio of all of the fundamental forces (p. 176182) You will need a slide of each force , which needs a title, a definition (use your textbook) and video or diagram (must be some type of visual diagram of the force that you have).
Pick only 1 force to create 2 slides
Tuesday Finish Questions from below; p. 155, # 115
Wednesday  Finish Questions from p. 172, # 15, 17, 18
Finish 4.3 p. 175, # 110
Review Questions, p. 183, # 16; Problems p. 185, # 22 25
Thursday Lab for Forces, Friction and Pulley
Friday  Short Quiz on Section 4.1 to 4.3 ( Remember to review Friction, coefficient of friction)
Blended Learning Monday Feb 27, 2012
Please make sure to complete your labs on www.explorelearning.com.
Write out the definition of Inertia (p. 134); kinematics, dynamics, and mechanics (p. 136)
Finish Section 4.1 (p. 137, #16)
Write out the definition of weight (p. 139) and Formula on p. 141.
Write out the acceleration due to gravity for different locations on earth and on various planets ( p. 140 141)
Do Practice Problems, p. 145, #14
Tuesday Feb 28, 2012
Finish problems on Weight (Review Newton's First, Second and Third Laws, p. 157)
Wednesday Feb 29, 2012
Finish Section 41 on Friction (p. 152, # 18)
Understand and complete the Concept Organizer on p.153,
Thursday Mar 1, 2012
In the lab on Main campus
Friday Mar 2, 2012
Finish the Different Fundamental Forces (p. 176, you need to
create an eportfolio of all of the fundamental forces (p. 176182) You will need a slide of each force , which needs a title, a definition (use your textbook) and video or diagram (must be some type of visual diagram of the force that you have).
Blended Learning Monday Feb 20, 2012
Email me from your Gmail account a "Reflection about your graphs" . Test on Kinematics (Ch. 1 and 2) on Friday Feb 24, 2012.
Please make a comment on the Facebook comment section.
You need to write all the graphs that you have completed and what you learned from each graph.
Complete all of the Review Questions that I gave you in class.
End of Chapter Review (Chapter 2) # 19 p. 85 86
P. 87, # 24 32
See the Answers for the above questions before. These answers are important.
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Forces: Review Newton's 3 Laws
Definition of Inertia (p. 134)
Review Contact Force, Noncontact force (p. 139)
Weight (p. 139)
Tacoma Bridge Video to the right
Energy Video
The Unit Review Answers for Chapter 1 and 2 on p. 100 in the textbook. Try questions,
# 18, 1113; 1423, 24, 28, 32, 35, 43, 46, 48, 51, 55, 58, 59, 61,
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Introduction to Electricity:
see p. 607 and write out the definitions on page 607: voltaic cell, battery, electrodes and electrolyte.
Solutions for Chapter 13
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Electrical forces and Fields
Electric Current
p. 610. Work out Practice Problems, # 13
Current and Voltage
Eddy Currents and Lenz's Law
Oersted's Principle
p. 687. Draw out all of the laws.
AC and DC
Magnetism
Magnetism: How to create your own magnetic levitation device
Electromagnetism
Sound Video Part 1
Sound Video Part 2
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Below is a PDF for the Solutions to Chapter 4. You must look for the questions because they include full solutions meaning how you solve the questions, not just the answer.
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Here is an Inclined Plane video from a student, Thanks S.
Instructions to Log in to Gizmos
Electricity Video
Sound Video
This Video is related to Resonance and Sound
Magnetism and the Earth