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*UPDATED 11/29/18
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WORK & ENERGY
*note that there will be no grades taken for notes/videos - you should take responsibility for your own learning
See Google Classroom for notes and video links; a suggested schedule is offered in the homework section below.
WORK & ENERGY NOTES and the first few videos are listed on Nov.2 and Nov.6
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DATEACTIVITIES (CLASSWORK)ASSIGNMENTS (HOMEWORK)NOTES/VIDEOSSPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Nov.9-lab: Mass on a SpringWagner: Work-Energy Theorem (II.A-D) (30 min)video
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Nov.13-notes: conservation of energy (III.A-D)
-lab: Tracker - energy conversions
if you missed class, today's lecture...lecture from class
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Wagner: Potential Energy (II.E) (15 min)video
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Nov.15I will be out due to a tech conference today.
-notes (video): Wagner's Power (6 minutes) - posted on Google Classroom
-lab: Power (You will need to go to the stairwell to take data. I expect you to behave properly in the hall and not disturb any classes)
-if you finish early, continue working on the Tracker lab
Marek: Mechanical Energy (13 min)https://youtu.be/v-di5rMd87Ypower video (to be watched in class)
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Nov.26-Dynamics test corrections
-lab: Tracker - energy conversions
Marek: Conservation of Energy (13 min)https://youtu.be/h-_th6wE2gM
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Nov.28-lab: find k of a "clicky" penWagner: Conservation of Energy (III.E-H) (30 min)video
Note that the examples start @17:30 if you wish to skip to them
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Nov.30-MAJOR LAB: Energy Open Inquiryoptional video (15 min)workThese videos are from Wesley Baker. Choose the area with which you are having difficulty - watch the video on that topic; sometimes it helps to have a concept explained by a different person in a different way.
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Dec.4-MAJOR LAB: Energy Open Inquiryoptional video (22 min)work-energy theorem
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Dec.6-MAJOR LAB: Energy Open Inquiryoptional videos (14 min each)power
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potential energy
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Dec.10-review/study for test
-Quest
optional videos (15 min and 23 min)conservation of energy
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work and energy review (includes Calculus)
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Dec.12-TEST: Work & EnergyTBA
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Dec.14-review test
-study for semester exam
TBA
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1-D KINEMATICS
*note that there will be no grades taken for notes/videos
You should take responsibility for your own learning; a suggested schedule is offered in the homework section below.
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DATEACTIVITIES (CLASSWORK)ASSIGNMENTS (HOMEWORK)NOTES/VIDEOSSPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Aug.13-orientation
-review summer assignment
-get appropriate documents signed/forms filled outhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3ROXG6WFS3uVTNNdzgtRTVvQzgYou'll be using Roman numerals V-X (p.11-20); you may either print these pages to fill in the blanks as you attend lectures/watch videos or simply take notes in a format of your choosing.
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Aug.15-Quiz: Summer Assignment information (you may use any notes you took over the summer as well as your worksheets)Marek: Proportional Reasoning Tutorialhttps://youtu.be/uN7H0Rr-yw0
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Aug.17-lab: Patterns (each group performs one activity)Marek: Motionhttps://youtu.be/FMMrIL0eZjg
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Aug.21
-lab: Patterns (each group presents their findings to the class)
-class discussion over the Patterns lab
-review Quiz on Summer Assignment
Marek: Velocity vs Speedhttps://youtu.be/M7EFLm7bCnA
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Aug.23-lecture (V-VII over Motion, Position, Speed & Velocity)
-MAJOR LAB: The Chase (you should film your scenario today)
-Quest
Marek: Describing Accelerated Motionhttps://youtu.be/VSJPyqN3yh8
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Aug.27-lab: Constant Velocity
-Quest
Wagner: Acceleration and Kinematic Equationshttps://youtu.be/d3IVy1cW9Wo
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Aug.29
-extra credit due at the beginning of class: Moving Man
-lab: Meeting Point
-Quest
Marek: Kinematicshttps://youtu.be/q9hzcHeX1BM
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Aug.31-lab: Motion Detectors and Graphing

Several of you will be out for the Kairos retreat - I will try to allow class time next week for you to make up this lab if you cannot come in outside of school. Try to coordinate with other classmates who will be on the retreat and work together - groups of 3 or 4 would be ideal.
Wagner: Graphshttps://youtu.be/BDfArTbZfpkThe Roman numeral is different than your notes (this version is for the CP physics class, but it’s still a good introduction to graphs and motion); you will need to change the #’s on the y-axis in the example problem - your notes are different.
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Sept.5
-review summer Tracker assignment
-EdX videos and activities (lecture/practice)
-Quest/The Chase
-Quest #1 due
Marek: Free-fall
https://youtu.be/R_hWgPDyv1s
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Sept.7-optional time to work on the Motion Detector lab if you were absent
-EdX summary (Google Form quiz); you may do this at home if you wish to have more class time to work on Quest/The Chase
Marek: Motion and Kinematicshttps://youtu.be/EfQKXautuDM
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Sept.11
-MAJOR LAB: The Chase
(this is the last of class time you will have to work on this assignment)
-Quest #2 duestudy for your test (see Google Classroom for format of test and suggested items to study)
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Sept.13TEST: 1-D KinematicsWagner: Vectors (A-G required/H-J example problems optional)notes You'll be using Roman numerals I-II (p.1-11); you may either print these pages to fill in the blanks as you attend lectures/watch videos or simply take notes in a format of your choosing.
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video (A-G) required
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video (H-J examples) optional
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Sept.17-review testMarek: Vector Additionhttps://youtu.be/lAH53qNmzeo
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2-D KINEMATICS
*note that there will be no grades taken for notes/videos - you should take responsibility for your own learning
See Google Classroom for notes and video links; a suggested schedule is offered in the homework section below.
See Sept.13 and Sept.17 for the notes and beginning videos for 2-D Kinematics (scroll to bottom of this document)
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DATEACTIVITIES (CLASSWORK)ASSIGNMENTS (HOMEWORK)NOTES/VIDEOSSPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Sept.19MAJOR LAB: The Chase DUE at the beginning of class
-lab: Vector Island*
-worksheet: Vectors*
*only one person in the group can participate in the lab at one time; you are to work on the worksheet when it is not your turn in the lab
Marek: Vector Resolutionhttps://youtu.be/EM9As-pirQU
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Sept.24
-lecture (II.A-E Projectile Motion)
-finish Vector Island/Vector Worksheet
Marek: Projectile Motionhttps://youtu.be/HtG8pG1Luyk
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Sept.26-lecture (II.F Projectile Motion)
-lab: Bullseye
Wagner: example problems not covered in classskip ahead to minutes 29-45
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Sept.28-lab: PhET Projectile Motion activity and discussionMarek: Projectiles at an Anglehttps://youtu.be/QcQu2WYvUhE
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Oct.2-lab: Shoot the Target
optional-Wagner: additional practice problems not covered in class
https://youtu.be/e5PrmUYzNHo
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Oct.4TEST: 2-D KINEMATICSWagner: Dynamics and Forces (I-III)
Marek: Dynamic Forces and Newton's 2nd Law
notesIf you normally do not print the outline, please consider printing the following:
p. 2-10 on free-body diagrams (there are pictures so it will be easier when we do this lecture together in class Oct.11)
p. 15-20 on Atwood Machines (we will not have a lecture on this section; all notes are typed for you on these pages)
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Wagner video (7 min)
minutes 7-35 will be covered together in class
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Marek video (19 min)
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Oct.8-extra credit due at the beginning of class: Vectors
-review test
Wagner: Newton's Laws and Mass vs Weight (V-VI)
**read the Wagner notes outline VII on Atwood Machines
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3ROXG6WFS3ud2ZkemRDSkhXWFE
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DYNAMICS
*note that there will be no grades taken for notes/videos - you should take responsibility for your own learning
See Google Classroom for notes and video links; a suggested schedule is offered in the homework section below.
DYNAMICS NOTES and the first few videos are listed on Oct.4 and Oct.8
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DATEACTIVITIES (CLASSWORK)ASSIGNMENTS (HOMEWORK)NOTES/VIDEOSSPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Oct.11-demo: Bowling Ball Grand Prix
-lecture (IV. Free-Body Diagrams)
-lab: Mass vs Weight
Wagner: Friction (30 min)video
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option: Bozeman (7 min)Newton's 3 Laws
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option: Vimeo (19 min)Forces and Newton's Laws
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Oct.17-lab: Newton's 2nd Law
**read the Wagner notes outline VII on Atwood Machines
Marek: Newton's First Law (18.5 min)
https://youtu.be/abnQ5d4xhVU
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Oct.19-lab: Newton's 2nd Law
Wagner IX-X (35 min)video
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optional: Marek's Statics (9 min)https://youtu.be/9xHoDOo78r0
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optional: Marek's Inclined Forces (15 min)https://youtu.be/jKaFJ_MMHoM
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Quest #1 due
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Oct.23-lab: Strong Man
-lab: coefficient of friction
Marek: Friction (17 min)
https://youtu.be/nDDpQ20b2GU
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Oct.25-lab: Atwood machine
-extra credit: PhET simulation on forces in equilibrium (replace a minor grade)
Marek: Forces on an Incline (15 min)https://youtu.be/jKaFJ_MMHoM
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Quest #2 due
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Oct.29
-catch up on labs
-extra credit: Atwood machines worksheet (up to 10 pts on a test)
-time to work on Major Lab
Marek: Newton's Third Law (17 min)https://youtu.be/c39-TtqQnpU
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Oct.31
-catch up on labs
-extra credit: Atwood machines worksheet (up to 10 pts on a test)
-time to work on Major Lab
optional: Marek's Forces Review (13 min)https://youtu.be/NKEQ9wWL-nI
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*note that all labs are due by this dateQuest #3 due
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Nov.2-extra credit due at the beginning of class
-TEST: DYNAMICS
notes for next chapter printed if desirednotes
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Wagner: Work (24 min)video
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Nov.6-review test
-work on Major lab option
Marek: Hooke's Law (11 min)
https://youtu.be/6ce2149VOmM
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Marek: Work (10 min)https://youtu.be/3-XOQolj3Y0
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