Physics Daily Work
If you have any questions about class or the information on this
web page please contact
Mr. Severn at asevern@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
or Mr. Delemeester at edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Monday, June 3, 2019
Activity 1: Review / Hand In Virtual Labs
Activity 2: Exam Prep (Other Exams)
Activity 1: Review / Hand In Virtual Labs
Activity 2: Exam Prep (Other Exams)
May 29, 2019
Activity 1: PhET Lab: Measuring Current and Voltage
https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/circuitconstructionkitdc/latest/circuitconstructionkitdc_en.html
Activity 2: PhET Lab: Electromagnetic Induction
https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/faraday
Activity 1: PhET Lab: Measuring Current and Voltage
https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/circuitconstructionkitdc/latest/circuitconstructionkitdc_en.html
Activity 2: PhET Lab: Electromagnetic Induction
https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/faraday
May 28, 2019
Activity 1: Complete 3D Design Project (autocad/tinkercad) 3D Printing (Sindoh 3D Printer)
Activity 1: Complete 3D Design Project (autocad/tinkercad) 3D Printing (Sindoh 3D Printer)
Activity 2: Introduction to Electricity

May 2324, 2019
Juniors  Introduction to 3D Design (autocad/tinkercad) 3D Printing (Sindoh 3D Printer)
Juniors  Introduction to 3D Design (autocad/tinkercad) 3D Printing (Sindoh 3D Printer)
May 2024, 2019
Exam Week
Review Practice Exams (Monday/Tuesday)
Exam Wednesday
Exam Week
Review Practice Exams (Monday/Tuesday)
Exam Wednesday
Friday, May 17, 2019
Quantized Energy and The Coulombic Charge
Quantized Energy and The Coulombic Charge

Khan Academy: Quantized Energy and the Charge of an Electron
Physics Practice Exam
The file below is a copy of practice problems handed out in class on Friday that are
representative of the type which can be expected on the final exam for this course.
Please use your PHYSICS REFERENCE SHEET when attempting these problems.
We will be working together on these problems as we prepare for the final exam.
Some of these problems include content that has not been covered in class, and are shown here for information only.
The file below is a copy of practice problems handed out in class on Friday that are
representative of the type which can be expected on the final exam for this course.
Please use your PHYSICS REFERENCE SHEET when attempting these problems.
We will be working together on these problems as we prepare for the final exam.
Some of these problems include content that has not been covered in class, and are shown here for information only.
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Static Electricity
Activity 1: Guided Inquiry  PHET Interactive  Charges and Charged Objects
Static Electricity
Activity 1: Guided Inquiry  PHET Interactive  Charges and Charged Objects


Activity 2: The Physics Classroom Interactive Investigating Friction, Induction and Conduction  Name That Charge
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
AP Exam Day
AP Exam Day
Tuesday, May 14 2019
Topic: Harnessing the Energy of Matter
E=mC²
Mass Defect and Nuclear Binding Energy,
Fission and Fusion
Nuclear Reactors (Diagram)
Bookwork: Ch. 31.2 pg. 643652
Practice Problems #59
Math Skills  NASA Spacemath
Converting Radiation Units WS #1,3,5,7
Topic: Harnessing the Energy of Matter
E=mC²
Mass Defect and Nuclear Binding Energy,
Fission and Fusion
Nuclear Reactors (Diagram)
Bookwork: Ch. 31.2 pg. 643652
Practice Problems #59
Math Skills  NASA Spacemath
Converting Radiation Units WS #1,3,5,7
Monday, May 13 2019
Senior Interviews
Senior Interviews
Thursday / Friday, May 910, 2019
Web Challenge: Uses for Radiation
(Many students absent Friday for PROM)
Web Challenge: Uses for Radiation
(Many students absent Friday for PROM)
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Math Skills: Nuclear Decay Practice Sheet
Book Work: Physics Textbook Chapter 30 pg. 621622 #512
Math Skills: Nuclear Decay Practice Sheet
Book Work: Physics Textbook Chapter 30 pg. 621622 #512
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. Albert Einstein
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. Albert Einstein
Presentation: Radioactive Decay Series and Calculation of Half Life
Guided Practice: Half Life of Radioactive Isotopes
Guided Practice: Half Life of Radioactive Isotopes
Monday, May 6, 2019
Nothing that I can do will change the structure of the universe. But maybe, by raising my voice I can
help the greatest of all causes  goodwill among men and peace on earth.  Albert Einstein
Warmup "PSYW"
21. A sound wave produced by a loudspeaker can travel through water, but not through a vacuum.
In comparison, a red light wave produced by a laser can travel through
(1) water, but not through a vacuum
(2) a vacuum, but not through water
(3) both water and a vacuum
(4) neither water nor a vacuum
23. Which characteristics of a light wave remain constant when the light wave travels from air into corn oil?
(1) speed and frequency
(2) wavelength and frequency
(3) period and frequency
(4) wavelength and period
24 The speed of a light ray ( f = 5.09 × 10^14 Hz) in corn oil is
(1) 1.47 × 10^8 m/s (3) 3.00 × 10^8 m/s
(2) 2.04 × 10^8 m/s (4) 4.41 × 10^8 m/s
26. A microwave with a frequency of 5.0 × 10^10 hertz has a period of
(1) 2.0 × 10^−11 s (3) 1.7 × 10^2 s
(2) 6.0 × 10^−3 s (4) 1.5 × 10^19 s
27. After two light waves have interfered in a vacuum, the two waves will be
(1) changed in frequency
(2) changed in velocity
(3) changed in amplitude
(4) unchanged
29. A photon with an energy of 1.33 × 10^−21 joule has a frequency of
(1) 5.02 × 10^13 Hz (3) 8.82 × 10^14 Hz
(2) 2.01 × 10^12 Hz (4) 5.30 × 10^34 Hz
Nothing that I can do will change the structure of the universe. But maybe, by raising my voice I can
help the greatest of all causes  goodwill among men and peace on earth.  Albert Einstein
Warmup "PSYW"
21. A sound wave produced by a loudspeaker can travel through water, but not through a vacuum.
In comparison, a red light wave produced by a laser can travel through
(1) water, but not through a vacuum
(2) a vacuum, but not through water
(3) both water and a vacuum
(4) neither water nor a vacuum
23. Which characteristics of a light wave remain constant when the light wave travels from air into corn oil?
(1) speed and frequency
(2) wavelength and frequency
(3) period and frequency
(4) wavelength and period
24 The speed of a light ray ( f = 5.09 × 10^14 Hz) in corn oil is
(1) 1.47 × 10^8 m/s (3) 3.00 × 10^8 m/s
(2) 2.04 × 10^8 m/s (4) 4.41 × 10^8 m/s
26. A microwave with a frequency of 5.0 × 10^10 hertz has a period of
(1) 2.0 × 10^−11 s (3) 1.7 × 10^2 s
(2) 6.0 × 10^−3 s (4) 1.5 × 10^19 s
27. After two light waves have interfered in a vacuum, the two waves will be
(1) changed in frequency
(2) changed in velocity
(3) changed in amplitude
(4) unchanged
29. A photon with an energy of 1.33 × 10^−21 joule has a frequency of
(1) 5.02 × 10^13 Hz (3) 8.82 × 10^14 Hz
(2) 2.01 × 10^12 Hz (4) 5.30 × 10^34 Hz
Direct Instruction: Presentation  What is Radiation?
Notes: Types of Radioactive Decay
Practice Sheet: Nuclear Decay Equations
Notes: Types of Radioactive Decay
Practice Sheet: Nuclear Decay Equations
Friday, May 3, 2019
Winners never quit and quitters never win. Vince Lombardi Quiz: 10 pts over elements names and symbols Pb, Bi, Po, At, Rn, Fr, Ra, Ac, Th, Pa, U, Np, Pu, Am Radioactivity Song Mr Parr on YouTube Nuclear: Review EMR, Forms of Radiation, Types of Radioactive Decay Worksheet 1 to prepare for PBS Documentary Uranium: Twisting the Dragon's Tale Part 1 
Thursday, May 2, 2019
I will study and prepare, and someday my opportunity will come. Abraham Lincoln
Test on Waves, Sound, and Electromagnetic Radiation (50 pts)
Review Assignments from Monday Due before take Test (25 pts)
I will study and prepare, and someday my opportunity will come. Abraham Lincoln
Test on Waves, Sound, and Electromagnetic Radiation (50 pts)
Review Assignments from Monday Due before take Test (25 pts)
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Most students not in class due to AP Language Test
Most students not in class due to AP Language Test
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Emission and Absorption Spectra Handout Annotation and Problems Due (20 pts)
Review for Test
Emission and Absorption Spectra Handout Annotation and Problems Due (20 pts)
Review for Test
Monday April 29, 2019
That which we persist in doing becomes easier  not that the nature of the task is changed,
but our ability to do has increased.  Ralph Waldo Emerson
Emission Spectra Lab Due (50 pts)
Review Book work: pg 309 PP 14, pg 330 write order of EMR, include Roy G BIV for visible portion,
and know their relative energies. Calculate energy of an Xray and FM 103.5 MHz, pg 332 PP 2 and 4.
Read pg 392393 on interference and diffraction and define them
Reading and Blog Post: handouts on Photoelectric Effect, Solar panels, and Medical Imaging
(2 paragraphs minimum on Einstein's Legacy, minimum 1 paragraph on other two articles
That which we persist in doing becomes easier  not that the nature of the task is changed,
but our ability to do has increased.  Ralph Waldo Emerson
Emission Spectra Lab Due (50 pts)
Review Book work: pg 309 PP 14, pg 330 write order of EMR, include Roy G BIV for visible portion,
and know their relative energies. Calculate energy of an Xray and FM 103.5 MHz, pg 332 PP 2 and 4.
Read pg 392393 on interference and diffraction and define them
Reading and Blog Post: handouts on Photoelectric Effect, Solar panels, and Medical Imaging
(2 paragraphs minimum on Einstein's Legacy, minimum 1 paragraph on other two articles
Friday April 26, 2019
Workday on Lab Report: Many students being gone for Special Olympics and Track and Golf
Workday on Lab Report: Many students being gone for Special Olympics and Track and Golf
Thursday April 25, 2019
Discuss waveparticle duality of EMR, quantum, photons and how this led to Schrodinger's wave equation.
Emission spectrum of elements observed in Lab serving as "fingerprints" for each element.
Calculations of frequency and energies of photons given off by observed elements with a focus on Hydrogen(Calculate %error and include Lyman and Paschen series from handout in data table)
Calculations done in a Spreadsheet, be sure to identify the unknown element w/evidence.
Read, annotate and do questions 16 on Emission and Absorption Spectra Handout
Discuss waveparticle duality of EMR, quantum, photons and how this led to Schrodinger's wave equation.
Emission spectrum of elements observed in Lab serving as "fingerprints" for each element.
Calculations of frequency and energies of photons given off by observed elements with a focus on Hydrogen(Calculate %error and include Lyman and Paschen series from handout in data table)
Calculations done in a Spreadsheet, be sure to identify the unknown element w/evidence.
Read, annotate and do questions 16 on Emission and Absorption Spectra Handout
Wednesday April 24, 2019
Light Song Mr Parr on YouTube
Emission Spectra Lab of several elements with focus on Hydrogen
Light Song Mr Parr on YouTube
Emission Spectra Lab of several elements with focus on Hydrogen
Tuesday April 23, 2019
Song: Electromagnetic Spectrum Mr Parr on YouTube
Wave Math
Review Electromagnetic Spectrum and
Solving for Frequency, Wavelength, utilizing c = wavelength*frequency and Energy Problems
together in Class utilizing Max Planck's constant(h) and equation E=hf
Homework: Watch two Khan Videos on Electromagnetic Spectrum
and make a Blog Post Summarizing the content(5 pts)
Song: Electromagnetic Spectrum Mr Parr on YouTube
Wave Math
Review Electromagnetic Spectrum and
Solving for Frequency, Wavelength, utilizing c = wavelength*frequency and Energy Problems
together in Class utilizing Max Planck's constant(h) and equation E=hf
Homework: Watch two Khan Videos on Electromagnetic Spectrum
and make a Blog Post Summarizing the content(5 pts)
Monday April 22, 2019
Song: Just like an Echo Mr Parr on YouTube
Corrected Slinky Lab
Khan Academy: Waves and Sound Unit Unit test due by 11:59 Tuesday 423
Thursday April 18, 2019
Experimented with Resonance Apparatus and Tuning Forks
Assigned Khan Quiz on Waves and Sound
due by 11:59 on Tuesday April 23, 2019
Experimented with Resonance Apparatus and Tuning Forks
Assigned Khan Quiz on Waves and Sound
due by 11:59 on Tuesday April 23, 2019
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Finish Error Calculations for Slinky and Spring Lab and Hand in
Note taking Guides on Sound Waves
Finish Error Calculations for Slinky and Spring Lab and Hand in
Note taking Guides on Sound Waves
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Note taking Guide Intro to Waves from Khan Academy
Slinky and Spring Lab
HW: Note taking Guide on Properties of Periodic Waves
Note taking Guide Intro to Waves from Khan Academy
Slinky and Spring Lab
HW: Note taking Guide on Properties of Periodic Waves
Monday, April 15, 2019
Quiz: Waves, Doppler Effect, Luminosity/Apparent Magnitude, Inverse Square Law
Quiz: Waves, Doppler Effect, Luminosity/Apparent Magnitude, Inverse Square Law
Friday, April 12, 2019
Physics Review Questions
Physics Review Questions
Monday, April 1, 2019
CURRICULUM PLAN: 4th Quarter
Mr. Severn, Mr. Wagner, and Mr. Delemeester
Warm Up #39
A 0.500kilogram cart traveling to the right on a horizontal, frictionless surface at 2.20 meters per
second collides head on with a 0.800kilogram cart moving to the left at 1.10 meters per second.
What is the magnitude of the total momentum of the twocart system after the collision?
(1) 0.22 kg•m/s (3) 1.98 kg•m/s
(2) 0.39 kg•m/s (4) 4.29 kg•m/s
CURRICULUM PLAN: 4th Quarter
Mr. Severn, Mr. Wagner, and Mr. Delemeester
Warm Up #39
A 0.500kilogram cart traveling to the right on a horizontal, frictionless surface at 2.20 meters per
second collides head on with a 0.800kilogram cart moving to the left at 1.10 meters per second.
What is the magnitude of the total momentum of the twocart system after the collision?
(1) 0.22 kg•m/s (3) 1.98 kg•m/s
(2) 0.39 kg•m/s (4) 4.29 kg•m/s
Review Quiz From March 21
Reading and Blog Post: The Definition and Mathematics of Work
The Physics Classroom: https://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/energy/Lesson1/DefinitionandMathematicsofWork Deliverable: Blog Post Describe the "Logic Error" in our attempt to calculate work done on the box during the quiz then suggest a strategy for more correctly identifying the work done on the box 
FINAL WORK Finishing Delrin Spheres Lab Reports
Lab Partners have successfully turned in their draft Delrin Spheres team lab reports. It is now time for each partner to create their own version of the report, make corrections, and submit for grading. Students make their own copy of the report by opening the common google document the partners have been working on together and choose "make a copy". This created copy will now be owned individually so that each student has the opportunity to make final edits to their liking and submit for grading independent of their lab partner (in case there is some disagreement between partners as to content or formatting).
DELIVERABLE: Please "share" your individually owned lab report to be graded with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Please correct the Most Significant Deficiencies Noted In Draft Lab Reports
Mr. Delemeester described the most significant deficiencies in the lab reports in class Thursday. These items are shown below.
Students are to review their draft lab reports and make corrections.
Data Tables  Review your report to ensure your tables have Titles, Individual data for each trial along with the mean, Standard Deviation and
Relative Standard Deviation % (also called Coefficient of Variation) for that treatment group.
Calculations  Review your calculations for accuracy, clearly separate calculations for Theoretical and Observed Values, and
be Please show calculations for Gravitational Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy of the Sphere.
Graphs  Review your lab reports and choose the most important data pattern from your investigation to represent on a graph
Mr. Delemeester explained how to use google sheets to create a scatter plot graph to insert in your report
(watch the screencast videos below if you need help remembering the instruction from class).
Lab Partners have successfully turned in their draft Delrin Spheres team lab reports. It is now time for each partner to create their own version of the report, make corrections, and submit for grading. Students make their own copy of the report by opening the common google document the partners have been working on together and choose "make a copy". This created copy will now be owned individually so that each student has the opportunity to make final edits to their liking and submit for grading independent of their lab partner (in case there is some disagreement between partners as to content or formatting).
DELIVERABLE: Please "share" your individually owned lab report to be graded with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Please correct the Most Significant Deficiencies Noted In Draft Lab Reports
Mr. Delemeester described the most significant deficiencies in the lab reports in class Thursday. These items are shown below.
Students are to review their draft lab reports and make corrections.
Data Tables  Review your report to ensure your tables have Titles, Individual data for each trial along with the mean, Standard Deviation and
Relative Standard Deviation % (also called Coefficient of Variation) for that treatment group.
Calculations  Review your calculations for accuracy, clearly separate calculations for Theoretical and Observed Values, and
be Please show calculations for Gravitational Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy of the Sphere.
Graphs  Review your lab reports and choose the most important data pattern from your investigation to represent on a graph
Mr. Delemeester explained how to use google sheets to create a scatter plot graph to insert in your report
(watch the screencast videos below if you need help remembering the instruction from class).
Friday, March 22, 2019
CONTINUING WORK: Finishing Delrin Spheres Lab Reports
Lab Partners have successfully turned in their draft Delrin Spheres team lab reports. It is now time for each partner to create their own version of the report, make corrections, and submit for grading. Students make their own copy of the report by opening the common google document the partners have been working on together and choose "make a copy". This created copy will now be owned individually so that each student has the opportunity to make final edits to their liking and submit for grading independent of their lab partner (in case there is some disagreement between partners as to content or formatting).
DELIVERABLE: Please "share" your individually owned lab report to be graded with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Please correct the Most Significant Deficiencies Noted In Draft Lab Reports
Mr. Delemeester described the most significant deficiencies in the lab reports in class Thursday. These items are shown below.
Students are to review their draft lab reports and make corrections.
Data Tables  Review your report to ensure your tables have Titles, Individual data for each trial along with the mean, Standard Deviation and
Relative Standard Deviation % (also called Coefficient of Variation) for that treatment group.
Calculations  Review your calculations for accuracy, clearly separate calculations for Theoretical and Observed Values, and
be sure to show calculations for Kinetic Energy and Work Done on the Box.
Graphs  Review your lab reports and choose the most important data pattern from your investigation to represent on a graph
Mr. Delemeester explained how to use google sheets to create a scatter plot graph to insert in your report
(watch the screencast videos below if you need help remembering the instruction from class).
CONTINUING WORK: Finishing Delrin Spheres Lab Reports
Lab Partners have successfully turned in their draft Delrin Spheres team lab reports. It is now time for each partner to create their own version of the report, make corrections, and submit for grading. Students make their own copy of the report by opening the common google document the partners have been working on together and choose "make a copy". This created copy will now be owned individually so that each student has the opportunity to make final edits to their liking and submit for grading independent of their lab partner (in case there is some disagreement between partners as to content or formatting).
DELIVERABLE: Please "share" your individually owned lab report to be graded with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Please correct the Most Significant Deficiencies Noted In Draft Lab Reports
Mr. Delemeester described the most significant deficiencies in the lab reports in class Thursday. These items are shown below.
Students are to review their draft lab reports and make corrections.
Data Tables  Review your report to ensure your tables have Titles, Individual data for each trial along with the mean, Standard Deviation and
Relative Standard Deviation % (also called Coefficient of Variation) for that treatment group.
Calculations  Review your calculations for accuracy, clearly separate calculations for Theoretical and Observed Values, and
be sure to show calculations for Kinetic Energy and Work Done on the Box.
Graphs  Review your lab reports and choose the most important data pattern from your investigation to represent on a graph
Mr. Delemeester explained how to use google sheets to create a scatter plot graph to insert in your report
(watch the screencast videos below if you need help remembering the instruction from class).



Thursday, March 21, 2019
Warmup Quiz (9 points)
Provide a written summary of the Data for the Delrin Spheres Lab for the "Single Condition" we have been evaluating in class this week
You should use your lab data and daft report, and may work with your lab partner to complete this quiz,
however each student must hand in their own copy of the quiz
this WarmUp will be recorded as a Quiz Grade and entered into the Grade Book
PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK WITH ALL UNITS FOR CREDIT
Identify the Observed Magnitude of the Frictional Force (Newtons)  1 point
Calculate the Coefficient of Friction, µ, for the Delrin Sphere Rolling Down this ramp  1 point
CONTINUING WORK: Delrin Spheres Lab Reports
Correcting the Most Significant Deficiencies Noted In Draft Lab Reports
Data Tables  Review your report to ensure your tables have Titles, Variable Data only, mean, SD and CV%
Graphs  Work together with Mr. Delemeester to use google sheets to create a scatter plot graph to insert in your report.
Calculations  Review your calculations for accuracy, clearly separate calculations for Theoretical and Observed Values,
Be Sure to show calculations for Gravitational Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy of the Sphere.
Warmup Quiz (9 points)
Provide a written summary of the Data for the Delrin Spheres Lab for the "Single Condition" we have been evaluating in class this week
You should use your lab data and daft report, and may work with your lab partner to complete this quiz,
however each student must hand in their own copy of the quiz
this WarmUp will be recorded as a Quiz Grade and entered into the Grade Book
PLEASE SHOW YOUR WORK WITH ALL UNITS FOR CREDIT
 Potential Energy of Sphere when stationary at the top of the Ramp (Joules)  1 point
 Theoretical Kinetic Energy of Sphere at bottom of Ramp the instant before contacting the Box (Joules)  2 points
 Observed Kinetic Energy of Sphere at bottom of Ramp the instant before contacting the Box (Joules)  1 point
(substitute data from another team may be used with a 1 point penalty if your team did not record time during your investigation)  Work done on the Box (Joules)  1 point
 Observed Final Velocity of Sphere the instant before contacting the Box (m/s)  1 point
(substitute velocity data from another team may be used  no additional penalty)  Observed Momentum of the Sphere the instant before contacting the Box (kg*m/s)  1 point
(substitute velocity data from another team may be used  no additional penalty)  Carefully review your answers for questions #13 for differences between the Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, and Work done on the Box.
List one conserved force and at least two nonconserved forces which may contribute to the transformation or change in energy in this investigation  2 points
Identify the Observed Magnitude of the Frictional Force (Newtons)  1 point
Calculate the Coefficient of Friction, µ, for the Delrin Sphere Rolling Down this ramp  1 point
CONTINUING WORK: Delrin Spheres Lab Reports
Correcting the Most Significant Deficiencies Noted In Draft Lab Reports
Data Tables  Review your report to ensure your tables have Titles, Variable Data only, mean, SD and CV%
Graphs  Work together with Mr. Delemeester to use google sheets to create a scatter plot graph to insert in your report.
Calculations  Review your calculations for accuracy, clearly separate calculations for Theoretical and Observed Values,
Be Sure to show calculations for Gravitational Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy of the Sphere.
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Assignment #1 The Physics Classroom: Work and Energy Lesson 2  The WorkEnergy Relationship
Read Web Page: Internal vs. External Forces
Create a Blog Post: Internal vs. External Forces
Assignment #1 The Physics Classroom: Work and Energy Lesson 2  The WorkEnergy Relationship
Read Web Page: Internal vs. External Forces
Create a Blog Post: Internal vs. External Forces

Assignment #2 The Physics Classroom: Work and Energy Interactive (IF TIME PERMITS)
It's All Uphill Lab Sheet
It's All Uphill Interactive
It's All Uphill Lab Sheet
It's All Uphill Interactive
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
CONTINUING WORK: Delrin Spheres Lab Analysis
Evaluating the Difference Between KE of Sphere and Work done on Box Use KE =½mv² Use vector resolution and geometry to determine KE supplied in direction of motion of box Calculate Work done on box by mg×d Compare KE and Work, attribute differences to various energy transformations and forces 
DELIVERABLE: Please Share ONE Delrin Spheres Lab Report per Team with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Monday, March 18, 2019
Ch 11.2 Conservation of Energy Notes
KE+PE initial = KE + PE final, Energy vs. Position
Ch 11.2 Conservation of Energy Notes
KE+PE initial = KE + PE final, Energy vs. Position
CONTINUING WORK: Delrin Spheres Lab Report  Analysis Evaluating the Difference Between Theoretical and Observed Final Velocity Use vector resolution and geometry to determine acceleration down plane Determine theory Vf from √2ad Determine observed average V from d/t, rearrange for Vf = 2×average velocity Extra Credit: Calculate Coefficient of Friction for sphere rolling down Half Pipe 
Friday, March 15, 2019
MOCK ROCK  INTERRUPTED CLASSES
MOCK ROCK  INTERRUPTED CLASSES
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Discuss Book Work: Ch 11.2 Practice Problems #9, 10 and 11 on page 230
CONTINUING WORK: Typing Delrin Sphere Lab Report
One Lab Report for each Team
Report should include all sections as identified in Lab Report Grading Rubric
Data tables with multiple replicates should show Mean, Standard Deviation, and Coefficient
of Variation (Relative Standard Deviation) as explained in class on Thursday March 14th
Calculations shown in report using equation editor: Vƒ and KE of sphere for at least one condition of investigation
Lab Report Due Friday: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Discuss Book Work: Ch 11.2 Practice Problems #9, 10 and 11 on page 230
CONTINUING WORK: Typing Delrin Sphere Lab Report
One Lab Report for each Team
Report should include all sections as identified in Lab Report Grading Rubric
Data tables with multiple replicates should show Mean, Standard Deviation, and Coefficient
of Variation (Relative Standard Deviation) as explained in class on Thursday March 14th
Calculations shown in report using equation editor: Vƒ and KE of sphere for at least one condition of investigation
Lab Report Due Friday: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Book Work
Ch 11.2 Practice Problems #9, 10 and 11 on page 230
(solution key is in back of book)
CONTINUING WORK: Typing Delrin Sphere Lab Report
One Lab Report for each Team
All Sections as identified in Lab Report Grading Rubric
Calculations shown in report using equation editor: Vƒ and KE of sphere for at least one condition of investigation
Lab Report Due by Friday: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Book Work
Ch 11.2 Practice Problems #9, 10 and 11 on page 230
(solution key is in back of book)
CONTINUING WORK: Typing Delrin Sphere Lab Report
One Lab Report for each Team
All Sections as identified in Lab Report Grading Rubric
Calculations shown in report using equation editor: Vƒ and KE of sphere for at least one condition of investigation
Lab Report Due by Friday: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
WARMUP QUIZ
#38 After a 65newton weight has fallen freely from rest a vertical distance of 5.3 meters
What is the kinetic energy of the weight?
(hand this problem in to be graded as a test grade)
Delrin Coin Spheres on an Inclined Plane
WRITING: DELRIN SPHERES LAB REPORT
HAND IN: Hard Copy Free Body Diagram showing vector resolution (X and Y) for perpendicular
(~normal) and parallel forces for at least one condition of investigation.
Ch 11.2 Conservation of Energy
Notes: KE+PE initial = KE + PE final, Energy vs. Position
THE PHYSICS CLASSROOM INTERACTIVE
Roller Coaster Interactive Lab Sheet
Roller Coaster Interactive
WARMUP QUIZ
#38 After a 65newton weight has fallen freely from rest a vertical distance of 5.3 meters
What is the kinetic energy of the weight?
(hand this problem in to be graded as a test grade)
Delrin Coin Spheres on an Inclined Plane
WRITING: DELRIN SPHERES LAB REPORT
HAND IN: Hard Copy Free Body Diagram showing vector resolution (X and Y) for perpendicular
(~normal) and parallel forces for at least one condition of investigation.
Ch 11.2 Conservation of Energy
Notes: KE+PE initial = KE + PE final, Energy vs. Position
THE PHYSICS CLASSROOM INTERACTIVE
Roller Coaster Interactive Lab Sheet
Roller Coaster Interactive
Monday, March 11, 2019
A ball is rolling horizontally at 3.00 meters per second as it leaves the edge of a tabletop 0.750 meter above the floor. The ball lands on
the floor 0.391 second after leaving the tabletop. What is the magnitude of the ball’s acceleration 0.200 second after it leaves the tabletop? [Neglect friction.]
COMPLETE TODAY
Delrin Coin Spheres on an Inclined Plane
Hard Copy Free Body Diagram showing vector resolution (X and Y) for perpendicular (~normal) and parallel forces for at least one condition of investigation
REVIEW
Kerplunk Lab Hard Copy Graphs
1. chart the energy changes  consider Kinetic, Potential and Internal energies
2. sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
ADD EQUATIONS TO KERPLUNK REPORT WITH EQUATION EDITOR AND
Each Person: Make a personal copy of your Kerplunk team lab report and use equation editor to add the calculation for time and distance.
Every student should share the Google Doc to edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Lab Report Grading Rubric
Calculations to be shown in report: determine horizontal velocity based on displacement and time
Make Sure all team member names are shown at the top of the Report
WRITING: DELRIN SPHERES LAB REPORT
A ball is rolling horizontally at 3.00 meters per second as it leaves the edge of a tabletop 0.750 meter above the floor. The ball lands on
the floor 0.391 second after leaving the tabletop. What is the magnitude of the ball’s acceleration 0.200 second after it leaves the tabletop? [Neglect friction.]
COMPLETE TODAY
Delrin Coin Spheres on an Inclined Plane
Hard Copy Free Body Diagram showing vector resolution (X and Y) for perpendicular (~normal) and parallel forces for at least one condition of investigation
REVIEW
Kerplunk Lab Hard Copy Graphs
1. chart the energy changes  consider Kinetic, Potential and Internal energies
2. sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
ADD EQUATIONS TO KERPLUNK REPORT WITH EQUATION EDITOR AND
Each Person: Make a personal copy of your Kerplunk team lab report and use equation editor to add the calculation for time and distance.
Every student should share the Google Doc to edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Lab Report Grading Rubric
Calculations to be shown in report: determine horizontal velocity based on displacement and time
Make Sure all team member names are shown at the top of the Report
WRITING: DELRIN SPHERES LAB REPORT
Friday, March 8, 2019
DUE TODAY
Kerplunk Lab Hard Copy Graphs (one per team, students may include electronic image of these graphs in the lab report)
1. chart the energy changes  consider Kinetic, Potential and Internal energies
2. sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
Kerplunk Report: Share Google Doc of your lab report with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Make Sure all team member names are shown at the top of the Report
BLOG Post (each student)
Delrin Sphere Lab: Problem Statement and Hypothesis (hypothesis in If, Then, Because format)
New Assignment
Khan Academy: Two Dimensional Motion Online Test
DUE TODAY
Kerplunk Lab Hard Copy Graphs (one per team, students may include electronic image of these graphs in the lab report)
1. chart the energy changes  consider Kinetic, Potential and Internal energies
2. sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
Kerplunk Report: Share Google Doc of your lab report with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Make Sure all team member names are shown at the top of the Report
BLOG Post (each student)
Delrin Sphere Lab: Problem Statement and Hypothesis (hypothesis in If, Then, Because format)
New Assignment
Khan Academy: Two Dimensional Motion Online Test
Thursday, March 7, 2019
Student Designed Lab Investigation: Delrin Spheres on an inclined Plane
Goal: Conduct an investigation evaluating Velocity, KE and Work done on a Box when impacted by the sphere
Minimum Data Collection: must perform at least six trials (n=6) of each condition evaluated (treatment)
Student Designed Lab Investigation: Delrin Spheres on an inclined Plane
Goal: Conduct an investigation evaluating Velocity, KE and Work done on a Box when impacted by the sphere
Minimum Data Collection: must perform at least six trials (n=6) of each condition evaluated (treatment)
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
WarmUp: Projectile Motion for an Object Launched at an Angle
A cannon ball is fired with an initial velocity of 100. m/s at an angle of 45° above the horizontal.
What maximum height will it reach and how far will it fly horizontally?
Associated Khan Classroom Assignment  Projectile Motion Video and Questions
CONTINUING WORK: Kerplunk Lab Report
Lab Report Grading Rubric
Calculations to be shown in report: determine horizontal velocity based on displacement and time
extra credit: calculate joules of energy transformed
Lab Report Due by Friday: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Hard Copy Graphs separate from google doc, (may include electronic image in google doc) also turned in by Friday:
1. chart the energy changes  consider Kinetic, Potential and Internal energies
2. sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
WarmUp: Projectile Motion for an Object Launched at an Angle
A cannon ball is fired with an initial velocity of 100. m/s at an angle of 45° above the horizontal.
What maximum height will it reach and how far will it fly horizontally?
Associated Khan Classroom Assignment  Projectile Motion Video and Questions
CONTINUING WORK: Kerplunk Lab Report
Lab Report Grading Rubric
Calculations to be shown in report: determine horizontal velocity based on displacement and time
extra credit: calculate joules of energy transformed
Lab Report Due by Friday: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Hard Copy Graphs separate from google doc, (may include electronic image in google doc) also turned in by Friday:
1. chart the energy changes  consider Kinetic, Potential and Internal energies
2. sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
WarmUp
Suppose that you were captured by an evil physicist who gave you the following choice: You must either:
Option A: Stand in front of a 1000 kg truck moving at 1 m/s, or
Option B: Stand in front of a 1 kg meatball moving at 1000 m/s.
What's your choice?
Calculate the Momentum and Energy of the Choices to help support your answer
Review KE and PE Bookwork
WarmUp
Suppose that you were captured by an evil physicist who gave you the following choice: You must either:
Option A: Stand in front of a 1000 kg truck moving at 1 m/s, or
Option B: Stand in front of a 1 kg meatball moving at 1000 m/s.
What's your choice?
Calculate the Momentum and Energy of the Choices to help support your answer
Review KE and PE Bookwork
PreLab: Investigating KE of Delrin "Coin Ring" Spheres
Demonstration and Brainstorming What Can We DO with Delrin Spheres, inclined track, and displaceable target? What is the formula for calculating final velocity of an object moving down an inclined plane? Ideas: KE, Energy required for target to overcome Static Friction, Efficiency of Energy Transformations, Practice FreeBody Diagrams and Resolving Vectors 
Monday, March 4, 2019
WarmUp #15 A car engine supplies 2.0 × 10³ joules of energy during the 10 seconds it takes to accelerate along a horizontal surface. What is the average power developed by the car engine while it is accelerating? Review: notes from last Monday  units for Force, Energy and Power CH 11.1  Direct Instruction: Calculating Kinetic and Gravitational Potential Energy emphasis: understanding units achieved during calculations Bookwork: Calculating Kinetic and Potential pg 221224 #13, 67 
Friday, March 1, 2019
Lab: Kerplunk (continued)
Lab Report Grading Rubric
Review Introduction through Standard of Comparison
Lab Report Due Next Week: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Lab: Kerplunk (continued)
Lab Report Grading Rubric
Review Introduction through Standard of Comparison
Lab Report Due Next Week: Share Google Doc with edelemeester@newlothrop.k12.mi.us
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Lab: Kerplunk
chart the energy changes
sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
determine horizontal velocity based on displacement and time
extra credit: calculate joules of energy transformed
Lab: Kerplunk
chart the energy changes
sketch projectile trajectory with horizontal (displacement) and vertical (displacement and acceleration) vectors shown along path
determine horizontal velocity based on displacement and time
extra credit: calculate joules of energy transformed
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Assignment: Wind Chill WarmUp
Wind Chill is a measure of the transfer of energy from our skin by the process of convective heat loss.
Work with a partner to calculate the “Wind Chill” and evaluate weather advisories issued by the National Weather Service.
Task 1: Look on Vantage Pro Console on Mr. D's Desk to find temp and wind speed  use chart to determine wind chill
Task 2:Use formula to calculate wind chill from air temp and wind speed
Task 3: Consider Wind Chill in "Human Terms" Task 4: Evaluate Weather Advisories from National Map
Blog Post : Wind Chill WarmUp
Blog Entry Requirements
Include a topic or thesis sentence
Use evidence (data) collected from the school weather station
Include appropriate words from wind chill chart to describe the temperature
Compare and Contrast the Ambient Temperature (actual temperature) vs. Wind Chill (“feels like” temperature).
Describe how the transfer of energy from your face relates to our study of energy transfer in physics
Include a “word to the wise” or sentence of significance at the end of the paragraph
Assignment: Wind Chill WarmUp
Wind Chill is a measure of the transfer of energy from our skin by the process of convective heat loss.
Work with a partner to calculate the “Wind Chill” and evaluate weather advisories issued by the National Weather Service.
Task 1: Look on Vantage Pro Console on Mr. D's Desk to find temp and wind speed  use chart to determine wind chill
Task 2:Use formula to calculate wind chill from air temp and wind speed
Task 3: Consider Wind Chill in "Human Terms" Task 4: Evaluate Weather Advisories from National Map
Blog Post : Wind Chill WarmUp
Blog Entry Requirements
Include a topic or thesis sentence
Use evidence (data) collected from the school weather station
Include appropriate words from wind chill chart to describe the temperature
Compare and Contrast the Ambient Temperature (actual temperature) vs. Wind Chill (“feels like” temperature).
Describe how the transfer of energy from your face relates to our study of energy transfer in physics
Include a “word to the wise” or sentence of significance at the end of the paragraph
Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019
Activity 1: Warmup Quiz (10 points)
THIS WARMUP IS A QUIZ AND WILL BE HANDED IN BEFORE LEAVING CLASS
Situation: A volcano erupts, and a chunk of hot magma is launched horizontally with a
speed of 205 meters/sec from a height of 550 meters. We can ignore air resistance.
What is the magma's horizontal displacement from the launch to when it hits the ground?
Hint: You will need the formula for distance from page six of your physics reference
table note sheets to solve for time of motion in the vertical direction,
then apply that time to the velocity in the horizontal direction
Show all work and Round your answer to three significant digits.
Suggested Starting Point  Visualize: Sketch a diagram of this situation.
Activity 2: Review Bookwork Practice Problems #911 on Page 203
Activity 3 Review and Address Questions in BLOG Posts
NOTES: Concept Map  Energy Transformations within Matter
Activity 1: Warmup Quiz (10 points)
THIS WARMUP IS A QUIZ AND WILL BE HANDED IN BEFORE LEAVING CLASS
Situation: A volcano erupts, and a chunk of hot magma is launched horizontally with a
speed of 205 meters/sec from a height of 550 meters. We can ignore air resistance.
What is the magma's horizontal displacement from the launch to when it hits the ground?
Hint: You will need the formula for distance from page six of your physics reference
table note sheets to solve for time of motion in the vertical direction,
then apply that time to the velocity in the horizontal direction
Show all work and Round your answer to three significant digits.
Suggested Starting Point  Visualize: Sketch a diagram of this situation.
Activity 2: Review Bookwork Practice Problems #911 on Page 203
Activity 3 Review and Address Questions in BLOG Posts
NOTES: Concept Map  Energy Transformations within Matter
Monday, Feb 25, 2019
Activity 1: Ch 10 Section 1  Calculating Power (Note Making and Practice Problems)
Power is the rate of doing work Power=work/time
The unit of measure for power is Joule/second, named as the Watt
NOTE MAKING: Find the formula for work at the bottom of page six of your Physics Reference Table
note sheet and list equivalent ways that we can express the unit of a "Watt" in the margins of your notes
Watt =J /s = N•m/s = Kg•m²/s³
(remember a "Joule" is energy as N•m, and a "Newton" is force as Kg•m/s² )
force x distance mass x acceleration
Bookwork: Read the two paragraphs on pg. 202 and carefully examine
the Example Problem.
Solve Practice Problems #911 on Page 203
For full credit show all work (with units) and round answers to appropriate significant figures.
Activity 2: Khan Academy  Complete the lesson on Horizontally Launched Projectiles
Work with table mates to review the HINTS and write solutions for each problem in your notes
Activity 1: Ch 10 Section 1  Calculating Power (Note Making and Practice Problems)
Power is the rate of doing work Power=work/time
The unit of measure for power is Joule/second, named as the Watt
NOTE MAKING: Find the formula for work at the bottom of page six of your Physics Reference Table
note sheet and list equivalent ways that we can express the unit of a "Watt" in the margins of your notes
Watt =J /s = N•m/s = Kg•m²/s³
(remember a "Joule" is energy as N•m, and a "Newton" is force as Kg•m/s² )
force x distance mass x acceleration
Bookwork: Read the two paragraphs on pg. 202 and carefully examine
the Example Problem.
Solve Practice Problems #911 on Page 203
For full credit show all work (with units) and round answers to appropriate significant figures.
Activity 2: Khan Academy  Complete the lesson on Horizontally Launched Projectiles
Work with table mates to review the HINTS and write solutions for each problem in your notes
Friday Feb 22, 2019
Assignment 1: Complete the Physics Concept Builder  Identifying Work
Learning Goal: To identify whether positive, negative, or zero work is being done,
to identify the force that is doing the work, and to describe the energy transformation associated with such work.
Assignment 1 Deliverable: BLOG Post  Identifying Net Work
First Prompt: Identify the highest level you completed
Second Prompt: What is the key thing (or things) you have to know in order to Identify whether positive, negative,
or zero work is being done,and to be able to describe the associated energy transformations?
Third Prompt: What one concept or question about this assignment would you most like to discuss in class?
Fourth Prompt: Write anything you want about this activity; keep it school appropriate, preferably positive (negative is allowed but must have a proposed solution to turn the negative to a positive in the future), and in some way related to your education.
Assignment 2: Khan Academy  Begin Lesson on Horizontally Launched Projectiles
Assignment 1: Complete the Physics Concept Builder  Identifying Work
Learning Goal: To identify whether positive, negative, or zero work is being done,
to identify the force that is doing the work, and to describe the energy transformation associated with such work.
Assignment 1 Deliverable: BLOG Post  Identifying Net Work
First Prompt: Identify the highest level you completed
Second Prompt: What is the key thing (or things) you have to know in order to Identify whether positive, negative,
or zero work is being done,and to be able to describe the associated energy transformations?
Third Prompt: What one concept or question about this assignment would you most like to discuss in class?
Fourth Prompt: Write anything you want about this activity; keep it school appropriate, preferably positive (negative is allowed but must have a proposed solution to turn the negative to a positive in the future), and in some way related to your education.
Assignment 2: Khan Academy  Begin Lesson on Horizontally Launched Projectiles
Thursday Feb 21, 2019
Warmup
A motorboat is traveling across a river at a velocity of 4 m/s, East and encounters a current traveling 3.0 m/s, North.
Visualize: Draw a diagram of this situation.
Component Vectors: What is the resultant velocity of the motorboat?
Time from Velocity and Distance: If the width of the river is 80 meters wide, then how much time
does it take the boat to travel shore to shore?
Solve: What distance downstream does the boat reach the opposite shore?
Discussion Topics: Concept Builders and Khan Assignments
Review Ch. 10.1 Bookwork Questions 58
Warmup
A motorboat is traveling across a river at a velocity of 4 m/s, East and encounters a current traveling 3.0 m/s, North.
Visualize: Draw a diagram of this situation.
Component Vectors: What is the resultant velocity of the motorboat?
Time from Velocity and Distance: If the width of the river is 80 meters wide, then how much time
does it take the boat to travel shore to shore?
Solve: What distance downstream does the boat reach the opposite shore?
Discussion Topics: Concept Builders and Khan Assignments
Review Ch. 10.1 Bookwork Questions 58
Wednesday Feb 20, 2019
I have reserved the Math Cart Chromebooks from Mrs. Jacobs for use in class today
I have reserved the Math Cart Chromebooks from Mrs. Jacobs for use in class today
Assignment One: Complete the Recognizing Forces and Charting Energy Changes from last week
Review Recognizing Forces at the Physics Classroom and Identify common forces in Physics
Review Recognizing Forces at the Physics Classroom and Identify common forces in Physics

Assignment Two: Blog Post  Charting Energy Changes
Assignment Two Deliverable: Publish an entry in your BLOG
Identify which of the common Physics forces were least familiar to you
(Gravity, Spring, Tension, Normal, Friction, Air Resistance)
Report the highest level (apprentice, master or wizard) you achieved in the Charting Energy Changes Interactive
Describe the most common error when Charting Energy Changes (what got in your way to achieving success)
Explain which of the three common Physics forces are most important while studying the concept of mechanical work
Assignment Three: Physics Concept Builder  Identifying Work
Learning Goal: To identify whether positive, negative, or zero work is being done,
to identify the force that is doing the work, and to describe the energy transformation associated with such work.
Assignment Two Deliverable: Publish an entry in your BLOG
Identify which of the common Physics forces were least familiar to you
(Gravity, Spring, Tension, Normal, Friction, Air Resistance)
Report the highest level (apprentice, master or wizard) you achieved in the Charting Energy Changes Interactive
Describe the most common error when Charting Energy Changes (what got in your way to achieving success)
Explain which of the three common Physics forces are most important while studying the concept of mechanical work
Assignment Three: Physics Concept Builder  Identifying Work
Learning Goal: To identify whether positive, negative, or zero work is being done,
to identify the force that is doing the work, and to describe the energy transformation associated with such work.
Tuesday Feb 18, 2019
We will turn in in this warmup problem today!
7172. Calculate the magnitude of the horizontal component of the 150newton force.
[Show all work, including the equation and substitution with units.] 73. Determine the magnitude of the frictional force acting on the crate. Hint: What does the fact that the crate is not accelerating help you infer about the force opposing motion? 74–75 Calculate the magnitude of the normal force exerted by the floor on the crate. [Show all work, including the equation and substitution with units.] NOTE: You will need to use your physics reference tables to find µ for a wooden crate on a wooden floor 
Ch 10 Section 1: Work and Force Diagrams (Continued)
Vector Resolution; Breaking angled Forces into their Parallel (x) and Perpendicular (y) Components W=F*d Cos Θ
Bookwork: Pg 202  Practice Problems #58
(Problems 58 will be handed in for instructor review)
Overdue Assignments: Check Powerschool !
Vector Resolution; Breaking angled Forces into their Parallel (x) and Perpendicular (y) Components W=F*d Cos Θ
Bookwork: Pg 202  Practice Problems #58
(Problems 58 will be handed in for instructor review)
Overdue Assignments: Check Powerschool !
Thursday Feb 14, 2019
Lab Cleanup (10 minutes)
Lab Cleanup (10 minutes)
Assignment 2: Khan Academy  Component Vectors and Graphs of Projectile Motion
Students should log in to https://www.khanacademy.org/
then enter the class code for your hour
3rd hour physics is P6JW7SX7
4th hour physics is 73HETR4Y
Students should log in to https://www.khanacademy.org/
then enter the class code for your hour
3rd hour physics is P6JW7SX7
4th hour physics is 73HETR4Y
Assignment 3: Charting Energy Changes (continued from last week)
Stumbling Block #1: Recognizing Forces
Stumbling Block #1: Recognizing Forces
GOAL: Every student will use the Bar Chart Concept Builder to INDEPENDENTLY complete at least the
Apprentice Level charting energy changes. Students are encouraged to try the Master and Wizard Levels !
Apprentice Level charting energy changes. Students are encouraged to try the Master and Wizard Levels !
If you are struggling with charting energy changes, please
review the explanations at the physics classroom tutorial pages: Bar Chart Interactions 
Tuesday  Wednesday February 1213, 2019  SNOW DAY Homework
Emailed Assignment: Khan Academy: Component Vectors
Emailed Assignment: Khan Academy: Component Vectors
Monday Feb 11, 2019
Ch 6 Section 1 and 2: Vector Addition
DISCUSSION TOPICS
Head to Tail, Parallelogram and Analytical Method
Finding Right Triangles and using SOH CAH TOA to solve for vector magnitude
Bookwork: Pg 112, Practice Problems 13
DISCUSSION TOPICS
Head to Tail, Parallelogram and Analytical Method
Finding Right Triangles and using SOH CAH TOA to solve for vector magnitude
Bookwork: Pg 112, Practice Problems 13
Friday Feb 8, 2019
Data Analysis: PreTest Results
Energy PreTest Question 16
Energy Exploration: Charting Energy Changes
WITH A PARTNER Physics Interactive: Chart That Motion INDEPENDENTLY Physics Tutorial: Bar Chart Interactions Physics Concept Builder: Bar Chart Concept Builder 
Monday Feb 4th, 2019
Begin the Physics PreTest in the computer lab
Change Username from GUEST to "your name"
There are 29 Questions, Use the Physics Reference Table and a Calculator
Do questions 18, 28 and 29 on Paper
Print the Report when Done
Change Username from GUEST to "your name"
There are 29 Questions, Use the Physics Reference Table and a Calculator
Do questions 18, 28 and 29 on Paper
Print the Report when Done
January 25th, 2019
Blogger: Create a Blog Using your New Lothrop Google Account and Post Your First Entry
PROMPT
What are three ways the rocket project relates to the article: Parker Solar Probe I expect you to strive for collegeprep quality writing in your Blog Post. Please follow the steps on this Constructed RESPONSE Help Sheet if you are unsure how to meet this goal. 
At a minimum, the blog post must have...
topic or thesis sentence Three types of evidence supporting the declarative or thesis A sentence of significance at the end describing why this topic is important to you 
January 24th, 2019