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Physics
Week 7 October 8 - 12, 2001 |
Lesson Plans |
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October 8, 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. |
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Lessons | Hand back Test #2 -
Vectors, Force, and Momentum Introduction to Non-Horizontal Projectiles Handout - Non-Horizontal Projectiles Classroom Practice |
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Homework | Projectile Worksheet #1 - due 10/09/01 | ||
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October 9, 2001 |
Objective | To enhance students understanding of non-horizontal projectiles through exercises and construction of NHPLs. |
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. |
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Lessons | Review Projectile
Worksheet #1 Lab - NHPL Lab (Non-Horizontal Projectile Launchers aka catapults) |
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Homework | Read p. 81 - 89 in
textbook. Projectile Worksheet #2 - due 10/10/01 Extension Work: Problems 78, 80 and 82 on page 95 of textbook. |
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October 10, 2001 |
Objective | To continue to enhance students understanding of non-horizontal projectiles through exercises and construction of NHPLs |
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. |
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Lessons | Review Projectile
Worksheet #2 Lab - NHPL Lab (continued) - launch day |
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Homework | More Projectile
Problems - due 10/11/01 Extension Work: Problems 81, 83 and 84 on page 95 of textbook. |
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October 11, 2001 |
Objective | To understand circular motion |
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. |
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Lessons | Review More
Projectile Problems Introduction to Circular Motion Classroom Practice |
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Homework | Read p. 203 - 206 in
textbook Circular Motion Worksheet #1 - Due 10/12/01 Extension Work: Problems 16, 17 and 18 on page 236 of textbook. |
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October 12, 2001 |
Objective | To continue to enhance students understanding of circular motion through exercises and laboratory work. |
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. |
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Lessons | Review Circular
Motion Worksheet #1 Continued discussion of Circular Motion Circular Motion Lab |
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Homework | Read p. 206 - 216 in
textbook. Circular Motion Worksheet #2 - Due 10/15/01 Extension Work: Problems 33, 34 and 35 on page 237 of textbook. |
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