UPDATE PHYSICS Week Ahead: 1/15-1/19 AND 1/22-1/26

January12

This week we will wrap up our discussion of Work and Energy and move on to learning about Momentum and Impulse. We are moving right along and you have started the semester well. Keep it UP!!!!
**If you are gone for UN on Tuesday and Wednesday you take your test on Friday morning. When you come back you should have the problems from 5A completed so I can check them on Thursday in class. I will have your comp quiz for you to look over as well.

Monday: Holiday WHOOP WHOOP!

Thursday:Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Q&A: Comprehension Quiz: Work-Energy Theorem
Think Tank: Practice Problems 5A
HW: complete unfinished problems

Friday:Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Q&A: Work, Energy, Power Review
HW: Prepare for test

1/22-1/26

Monday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Test: Work, Energy and Work-Energy Theorem
HW:

Tuesday: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Individual Work: Chapter Reading Ch 6/Momentum Playlist notes
Complete the Momentum/Impulse/Conservation of Momentum portions for Thursday 1/25 (PG 192-204)
Complete the Collisions portions for Monday 1/29 (206-214)
HW: unfinished work

Wednesday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Science Appetizer: Cartoon Physics: Momentum/Impulse
Lecture/Discussion: Momentum/Impulse and Conservation of Momentum/Collisions
Guided Practice: Momentum Set 1
HW: Complete unfinished problems

Thursday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse (Elaborate) TEKS: 6C, 6D, 1A-B, 2A-L, 3A-F
Activities: Q&A: Momentum Set 1
MOPS: Momentum, Impulse, and Momentum Change
HW:Momentum/Impulse Problems #1-6

Friday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Lab: Basketball Blaster
HW: Complete analysis questions

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 1/4-1/5 and 1/8-1/12

December30

Welcome Back! We will kick off the new semester with our study of Work and Energy. From there we will move on to momentum, impulse and types of collisions. This semester is chalked full of things to do in and outside of the classroom, and it is going to go by fast!

Jan 4- Jan 5

Thursday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Individual Reading/Research: Complete notes over Work/Energy Playlist and Sections in book: PG: 156-159 and PG 175-177
HW: Complete unfinished portions of notes
Complete Section Energy PG 160-166 by Tuesday

Friday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Lecture/Discussion Work and Power
Guided Practice: PG 158 #1-4 PG 177 Formative Assessment #1-4
HW: unfinished problems
Complete Section Energy PG 160-166 by Tuesday

Jan 8-Jan 12

Monday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Q&A: Work/Power Problems
Small Group Problem Solving: MOPS: Work (#1,2,3,4, 5, 6, 8A, 10) Power (All) and Work and Power (#1,2,4)
HW: Energy notes due Tuesday and unfinished problems

Tuesday: Energy and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Science Appetizer: Law of Conservation of Energy Bowling Ball Demo
Lecture/Discussion: Types of Energy and Work-Energy Theorem
Small Group Problem Solving: Work-Energy Theorem Set 1
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday: Energy/Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Q&A: Set 1 Problems
HW: unfinished problems prepare Comprehension Quiz

Thursday: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Assessment: Comprehension Quiz: Work-Energy Theorem and types of energy
HW:

Friday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: STEM: Bouncy Balls
HW: complete lab questions

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 12/11-12/15

December8

We will wrap up our study of Newton’s Laws this week. We will have one more mini-lab challenge on Monday with the balloon rockets, and review on Tuesday. The final test of the semester will be Wednesday!!!!! You have done really well getting things completed and being ready for class. Finish Strong! On Thursday and Friday we will complete a challenge that requires innovation, imagination, and incorporating concepts we have learned. Hopefully this will be a fun activity to end the semester on and STRESS free for the most part!

Extra Problems will be Friday morning at 7:40AM

Monday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: LAB: Balloon Rockets
HW: Lab questions to Going Nuts and Balloon Rockets section. THINK Carefully about the laws here!!! There are only a few questions, so give me well-thought out answers!

Tuesday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Q&A: Inertia and 2nd/3rd laws handouts
Partner Review: Laws Card Sort
HW: prepare for test

Wednesday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Test Newton’s Laws
HW: Read over The Grinch Steals Christmas

Thursday: Topics: Forces and Kinematic Motion
Activities: Lab: The Grinch Steals Christmas
HW: Answer post lab questions and submit to me before 8AM Friday!!!

Friday: Topics: Forces and Kinematic Motion
Activities: Lab: The Grinch Steals Christmas
HW: NONE!

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 12/4-12/8

December1

Alright Alright Physics! Last week we learned about Newton’s Laws of Motion, types of forces, and some interesting facts about Sir Issac Newton. Remember his parents probably didn’t want him to play with matches! This week we will complete two labs and work some more problems together. Next week we will test over Newton’s Laws on Wednesday and then try and survive a Zombie Apocalypse later in the week.

Monday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Lab: Constant Mass and Changing Force
HW: Post lab analysis and graphs due Tuesday

Tuesday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Science Appetizer: Q&A Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
Problem Solving Session: MOPS: Newton’s Second Problem Solving
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Q&A: Newton’s Second Law Problem-Solving
Lab: Exploring Newton’s Laws: Going Nuts
HW: none!

Thursday: Topics: Forces and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Complete Inertia Review worksheet
HW: unfinished problems

Friday: Topics: Forces and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Complete Newtons’ 2nd/3rd laws Review worksheet
HW: unfinished problems

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 11/27-12/1

November22

This week we will begin our study of Sir Issac Newton and his laws of motion. The past several weeks we have been using kinematic equations in both one-dimensional and two-dimensional motion. Now, we will look at a more conceptual approach to physics with balanced and unbalanced forces. There will still be some “plug and chung” but some of you will find the math to be simple compared to what we have been doing. We have a final push to finish the semester. Stay focused and finish strong. Some of you have worked really hard, but there is still time to catch up.

I recommend watching the videos on the playlist as a supplement to our class discussions. Good info and Good review material. Newton’s Laws Playlist

EXTRA Problems for Projectile Motion will be Wednesday, 11/29 at 7:40 in my room. You can come by before school or during enrichment to look at your test.

Monday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Science Appetizer: Issac Newton Mini Bio
Lecture/Discussion: Newton’s Laws
Guided Practice: MOPS: Recognizing Forces
Forces Help Sheet **Complete the evens ONLY
HW: unfinished problems

Tuesday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Science Appetizer: Newton’s Laws Top 10
Q&A: MOPS: Recognizing Forces
Discussion: Newton’s Second and Third Laws
HW: Look ahead to Thrusday’s assignment and complete a Pre-lab write up. Directions: read through the lab and write in your own words the purpose of the lab, hypothesize what you think will occur in the lab and explain why, and a brief summary of procedure. Lastly, include the table and a title to save yourself some time.

Wednesday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Guided Practice: MOPS: Newton’s Second Law of Motion and Newton’s Second Law
HW: unfinished problems

Thursday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: Lab: Constant Force and Changing Mass
HW: Unfinished portions of the lab **Turn it into the sub on Friday at the beginning of class

Friday: Topics: Force and Newton’s Laws
Activities: MOPS: Inertia and Mass and Balanced and unbalanced Forces
HW: Read lab and complete pre-lab setup: Directions: read through the lab and write in your own words the purpose of the lab, hypothesize what you think will occur in the lab and explain why, and a brief summary of procedure.

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 11/13-11/17

November9

We will continue our discussion of projectile motion this week. We will be combining horizontal motion and vertical motion to describe and predict them motion of an object. This is major life hack material. Now, you will have a better appreciation of the realism of stunts in action movies, think Taken and Fast and Furious, and of course you will be able to jump creeks and launch potatoes with more accuracy. Turkey Day is almost here! Gobble Gobble

Monday: Topics: Projectile Motion
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Projectile Motion
Guided Practice: Projectile Motion Worksheet #1
HW:complete unfinished problems

Tuesday: Topics: Projectile Motion
Activities: Science Appetizer: Q&A Worksheet 1
Guided Practice: Projectile Motion Worksheet #2 #11-17
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday: Topics: Projectile Motion
Activities: Q&A: Problems from Worksheet 2
Group Practice: PG 101 #1, 3 and PG 113 #31, 33
HW: Complete Question #1-10 on Worksheet #2 (this is the one we worked together on Tuesday)

Thursday: Topics: Projectile Motion
Activities: Review Game: MOPS: Projectile Motion: #1-8 and #11, 12, 13, 14 (if you want to print, you only need to print the first 3 pages)
HW: prepare for test

Friday: Projectile Motion
Activities: test: Projectile Motion
HW: Have a great holiday

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 11/6-11/10

November3

We will start the week with a Vector Treasure Hunt. This is a fun lab assignment. Make sure you pay attention to details when completing the lab assignment. We will also begin investigating projectile motion. Things are going to be AIRBORNE now! we will finish up this unit just in time for a nice Thanksgiving break.

**Projectile Motion Notes are due on Wednesday 11/8! Get this DONE
Notes Projectile Motion: Textbook pages 95-102 Projectile Motion Playlist
**Make sure you title each section of your notes with the textbook section and each video title

EXTRA PROBLEMS FOR VECTORS TEST ARE ON TUESDAY 7:40 IN MY ROOM. COME BY MY ROOM TO LOOK OVER YOUR TEST

Monday: Topic: Projectile Motion/Vectors
Activities: Lab: Vector Treasure Hunt Destination Location
HW:

Tuesday: Topic: Projectile Motion/Vectors
Activities: Lab: Treasure Hunt: Treasure Location
HW: Lab questions and map are due Thursday, 11/9 beginning of your class period

Wednesday: Topics: Topics: Projectile Motion
Activities: Science Appetizer: Video clip: Ron’s Slip and Slide Extravaganza
Investigating Projectile Motion
Wrap up Discussion
HW: Read the lab for tomorrow **Vector Treasure Hunt Lab due Thursday

Thursday: Topics: Projectile Motion
Activities: Lab: Analysis of Projectile Motion (Setup and data collection)
HW: complete lab questions

Friday: Topics: Projectile Motion
Activities: Projectile Motion and Sport
HW: unfinished problems

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 10/30-11/3

October27

We are moving on to Vectors and Projectile Motion. It is important you look over the pages in your textbook from 82-92. Normally, you have looked over the topic before we discuss it in class. It is REALLY important you watch the first video in the Vectors Playlist(Title 2D motion). You only need to watch the first 4 minutes of the video and take notes! If you feel like you want to be better prepared, so you don’t have to write as much during our discussion, take some notes over the pages in the textbook.

We will take our Comprehension Quiz over Universal Gravitation on Wednesday. If you are in 6th or 7th period you will need to come in Wednesday morning at 7:30 to take the quiz. We will not have class on this day, but with all of the activities this semester we are quickly losing days in class and we need to do this quiz in this manner, so we are not scrambling for days at the end of the semester.

Monday: Activities: Lecture/Discussion Vectors
Guided Practice: PG 89 #1-3 and PG 92 #1-4
HW: unfinished problems

Tuesday: Activities: Q/A: Vectors Textbook Questions
Individual Practice: Vector Set #2
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday: Activities: Comprehension Quiz: Universal Gravitation
HW: Make sure Vector Set #2 completed

Thursday: Activities: Q&A over Vectors Set #2
Practice Problems: Vector Review
HW: Unfinished problems

Friday: Activities: Test: vectors
HW: Notes Projectile Motion: Textbook pages 95-102 Projectile Motion Playlist
**Make sure you title each section of your notes with the textbook section and each video title

PHYSICS Week Ahead: 10/23-20/27

October20

We will begin our discussion of Sir Issac Newton and his Law of Universal Gravitation. Your goal by Wednesday is to have the Playlist notes completed and the Say, Mean, Matter reading handout completed. We will begin our discussion of these concepts on Wednesday, so you want a background of the concepts before we begin added in the math. The semester is going fast. Thanksgiving will be here before you know it, but first lets indulge in a little Halloween candy. Candy Now! Pie later!

If you want to look at your Free Fall test, come by before school or during enrichment to check out your test.

Monday: Unit: Activities: Complete Notes Universal Gravitation (Book and playlist notes) (DUE Wednesday 10/25) **Look back to last Thursday for the links
HW:

Tuesday: Activities: Individual Practice: Fall Apples and Measuring Acceleration Say Mean Matter
(passed out in class and DUE Wednesday 10/25)
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday: Activities: Discussion: Law of Universal Gravitation
Guided Practice: Universal Gravitation Set 1

Thursday: Activities: MOPS: Inverse Square Law and Gravitation Complete #1-11, #12 first 3, #14 all
HW: Unfinished problems

Friday: Activities: Universal Gravitation Problem Set 2
HW: complete unfinished problems/Prepare for Universal Gravitation Daily Quiz

Physics Week Ahead: 10/16-10/20

October14

This week we will wrap up our study of Acceleration due to Gravity. You will have the opportunity to create a graphic organizer early in the week to help you organize the material. We will take our final test for this grading period on Wednesday. Next up on our agenda will be Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. Sir Issac Newton was quite the guy. He had his hand in a lot of scientific principles and discoveries and along the way developed the beloved subject of Calculus and a few laws of motion we like to test out while driving. I’ll save the best pickup line you have ever heard for later.

Extra Problems for Free Fall Test will be Thursday 7:40am in my room. Come one Come ALL

**LEAPING FROM THE STRATOSPHERE DUE MONDAY AT THE START OF YOUR CLASS

Monday:Free Fall
Activities: Think Tank: Convert Free Fall WORDLE to Graphic Organizer
Q&A: Free Fall Quiz
HW: Prepare Free Fall test

Tuesday: Free Fall
Activities: Think Tank: Present Free Fall Graphic Organizer
HW: Prepare for test

Wednesday: Topics: Free Fall
Activities: Free Fall Test
HW:

Thursday: Topics: Universal Gravitation
Activities: Complete Notes Universal Gravitation
Playlist Universal Gravitation
HW: Complete unfinished notes

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