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  Physics Week 6
October 1 - 5, 2001
Lesson Plans
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October 1, 2001

Objective  To understand non-horizontal projectiles.
Standards 2.2  Students know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred) and change (be transformed).

2.3  Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged.
Lessons Review Momentum Worksheet #4
Class preparation for review of vectors, force, and momentum tomorrow.
Homework Preparation for review.
       

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October 2, 2001

Objective Review of the concepts of vectors, force and momentum in preparation for an assessment.
Standards 2.2  Students know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred) and change (be transformed).

2.3  Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged.
Lessons Review of problems presented by the class.
Homework Preparation for test #2 on 10/03/01
       

W

October 3, 2001

Objective Assessment of students understanding of vectors, force and momentum.
Standards None applicable
Lessons Test #2 - Vectors, Force, and Momentum
Homework No Homework
       

R

October 4, 2001

Objective To understand horizontal projectiles
Standards 2.2  Students know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred) and change (be transformed).

2.3  Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged.
Lessons Introduction to Horizontal Projectiles
Classroom Practice
Homework Read p. 80 - 81 in textbook.
Problems 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68 and 69 in textbook on page 94. 
       

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October 5, 2001

Objective To continue to enhance student's understanding of horizontal projectiles.
Standards 2.2 Students know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred) and change (be transformed).

2.3 Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged.
Lessons Quiz
Review of Homework Problems
Horizontal Projectile Lab
Homework No Homework