Level I Physics Plans

Shoemaker

2018-2019

Updated 10/13/2019

 

Class Goal

Use what you know to understand what you don’t know yet in order to learn & understand the bigger picture

These plans are a working document and are subject to change.  Plans are made for a “quickest possible” schedule.  Work toward the written plan and communicate difficulties.

All students are responsible to know what is listed when.  I recommend that you book mark/shortcut, etc to this page.

Please send any questions to mailto:dshoemaker@mbgsd.org


 

 

Monday,

October 21

2019

Tuesday

October 22

2019

Wednesday

October 23

2019

Thursday

October 24

2019

Friday

October 25

2019

level 1

 

-Newton’s Laws of motion

- Sum of Forces

 

LEQ

How do we determine the Forces on an object

Meth

With a Free Body Diagram (FBD) we can determine the sum of the forces on an object

HW

 

 

LEQ

 

Meth

 

HW

 

 

LEQ

 

Meth

 

HW

 

 

LEQ

 

Meth

 

HW

 

 

LEQ

 

Meth

 

HW

 

 


 



 

Monday,

October 14

2019

Tuesday

October 15

2019

Wednesday

October 16

2019

Thursday

October 17

2019

Friday

October 18

2019

level 1

 

No School

Vector Test Review

Vector Test

Return and correction of test

Deadline to submit all work

 

New Unit- Dynamics

Weight vs Mass

LEQ

What are the differences between weight and mass?

Meth

Examination of the way that we “weigh” ourselves

HW

 

 

 


 

 

 

Monday,

October 7

2019

Tuesday

October 8

2019

Wednesday

October 9

2019

Thursday

October 10

2019

Friday

October 11

2019

level I

 

Main Concept

Solve problems with projectile launched at an angle.

 

LEQ

How can we use resolution of vectors to solve projectile problems

 

METH

-Sample problem to review the time it takes for an object to go up and come down.

-Sample problem breaking into components and solving a problem with a projectile at an angle.

 

HW

3.4 (71, 73, 74, 79, 81) Solve by component method

Projectile Lab

HW

Projectile fired at an angle submit problem

Projectile Lab

HW

Projectile fired at an angle submit problem

Projectile Lab

HW

Projectile fired at an angle submit problem

Projectile Lab

HW

Projectile fired at an angle submit problem

 

 

Monday,

September 23

2019

Tuesday

September 24

2019

Wednesday

September 25

2019

Thursday

September 26

2019

Friday

September 27

2019

level 1

 

Main Concept:

 Vector addition practice

 

LEQ:

-How can vector quantities be modeled using lines drawn to scale length and direction?

 

Methods

-Students will use rulers and protractors to graphically add vectors.

-Observation of students as they add vectors.

 

HW

Intro to vectors 3.2 (25,29,31,33).

Main Concept:

 Vector addition practice

 

LEQ:

-How can vector quantities be modeled using lines drawn to scale length and direction?

 

Methods

-Students will use rulers and protractors to graphically add vectors.

-Observation of students as they add vectors.

 

HW

Intro to vectors 3.2 (25,29,31,33).

Main Concept:

Right triangle trig

Intro to components

 

LEQ:

Why does trigonometry need to be applied to vector analysis?

 

Methods

-Right triangle trig SOH CAH TOA

-Throw a ball diagonally across the room.

-Define resolution of vectors (breaking into components)

-Go over HW

-Explain why this is important (4 directions instead of infinite possible directions)

-Right triangles.

-Sample problems

- Observation of students as they take notes and work on sample

Main Concept:

Right triangle trig

Intro to components

 

LEQ:

Why does trigonometry need to be applied to vector analysis?

 

Methods

-Right triangle trig SOH CAH TOA

-Throw a ball diagonally across the room.

-Define resolution of vectors (breaking into components)

-Go over HW

-Explain why this is important (4 directions instead of infinite possible directions)

-Right triangles.

-Sample problems

- Observation of students as they take notes and work on sample

HW

Watch the “Water ski” YouTube video

Main Concept:

Relative velocity 1D

 

LEQ:

How can relative motion concepts simplify motion problems?

 

Methods

-diagram on board with a bike, bus, car, and truck.

-Sample problem with moving sidewalk.

-Boat in water dropping a cooler

 

Assessment

-Observation of students as they take notes and work on sample problems.

 

HW

3.3 (47,50,53,57)

Watch Relative Motion video on Youtube