PHYSICS I CLASS PAGE This page contains the anticipated daily objectives, handouts from class, and homework assignments. The actual progression of the class may deviate slightly. If you are absent, please call a classmate to confirm what's below.

Mastery Reflection #4 due Tomorrow (at least one full page)

How do we model energy changes in open systems? Be sure to discuss visual representations (LOL charts), mathematical models, connections to work and power, and at least one example

Friday
5/12

SWBAT:

Analyze open systems in terms of energy, in conjunction with the concepts of Work and Power

Mastery Reflection #3 (at least 1 page) due Wednesday, 5/10

How can we make quantitative predictions for closed systems using the energy model? Be sure to include an example with bar charts, equation, question, and calculations.

Monday
5/8

SWBAT:

Represent transformations of energy using mathematical models

Reminder: Please email Mr. Z your handout & homework sheets (as a pdf) Sunday evening (michael.zitolo@gmail.com) so he can make photocopies for you for Monday

Complete all of NF WS 3 for tomorrow (all four questions). Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown. Then check your answers here.

Complete one question from NF WS 4 for tomorrow. Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown.

Section C:

Complete all of NF WS 3 for tomorrow (all four questions). Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown. Then check your answers here.

Complete two questions from NF WS 4 for tomorrow. Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown.

Section D:

Check your answers to NF WS 3 here if you didn't get a chance to in class.

Complete four questions from NF WS 4 for tomorrow. Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown.

OPTIONAL: Reading Quiz Retake

Read and take notes on this momentum reading. Then sign up for the reassessment for Friday, 4/21 (be sure to sign up by 12pm on Thursday, 4/20)

IQ, Variables, Data Table, Graphs (2), Mathematical Models (2), One Prediction with the more logical mathematical model, Written Analysis, Discussion of One Source of Error in depth

Wednesday
3/29

SWBAT:

Use a checklist to improve their sources of error

Use N2L to make basic predictions for simple systems

IQ, Variables, Data Table, Graphs (2), Mathematical Models (2), One Prediction with the more logical mathematical model, Written Analysis, Discussion of One Source of Error in depth

Tuesday
3/28

SWBAT

Discuss their analysis in lab circles

Complete NF Reading Quiz #1

None

Atwood Lab Analysis due Friday

IQ, Variables, Data Table, Graphs (2), Mathematical Models (2), One Prediction with the more logical mathematical model, Written Analysis, Discussion of One Source of Error in depth

Monday
3/27

SWBAT

Collect data and/or analyze data from the Atwood Experiment

Pick two sets from the motion matching game today (at least one must involve non-zero acceleration) and add them to the mastery section of your notebook, with a written description (use the checklist from class) and a motion map for each one.

Complete UA Mastery Reflection #1 for tomorrow (refer to unit EQ)

Friday
11/18

SWBAT:

Practice applying UA model through visual and written representations

Pick one scenario from UA WS 0. Redraw the three motion graphs (XT, VT, and AT) in your notebook, along with a motion diagram and written description of the cart's motion. Explain why those graphs are linked to the motion of the car.

Finish making the graph of your Velocity-Time data for the cart on the ramp. Get the mathematical model for that graph (rewrite with appropriate variables and units)

NOTE: There will be an open-notes quiz on this reading on Tuesday. For this reason, please complete the reading and note-taking by Monday, 11/14. We will review the notes you've taken and discuss additional strategies for getting the most out of a science textbook.

Monday
11/14

SWBAT:

Continue Building Prototype #1 for Balloon Cart

Semester One Engineering Design Project: Balloon Carts

NOTE: There will be an open-notes quiz on this reading on Tuesday. For this reason, please complete the reading and note-taking by Monday, 11/14. We will review the notes you've taken and discuss additional strategies for getting the most out of a science textbook.

NOTE: There will be an open-notes quiz on this reading on Tuesday. For this reason, please complete the reading and note-taking by Monday, 11/14. We will review the notes you've taken and discuss additional strategies for getting the most out of a science textbook.

Here is an additional EdPuzzle: Uniform Acceleration

Wednesday
11/9

SWBAT:

Work on the Semester Project; Balloon Cart Design

None

Prepare for the CV Unit Test on Thursday, 11/10

Tuesday
11/8

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS! (Election Day)

Monday
11/7

SWBAT:

Collect data to be used to model the motion of a cart on a ramp

EACH person must submit at least two detailed representations (written description, motion map, motion graphs, or mathematical models - all quantitative), data table, and all calculations for the Practicum

EACH person must submit at least two detailed representations (written description, motion map, motion graphs, or mathematical models - all quantitative), data table, and all calculations

If you needed additional practice with Level I problems, complete CV HW 3: CV Word Problems #1 and #2 for Monday, 10/31 (must label knowns, unknowns, and equations)

If you felt comfortable with Level I problems, complete #5-7 on CV WS 5 for Monday, 10/31

Prepare for CV Quiz #2: CV Motion Graphs Qualitative Analysis on Thursday, 10/27

Complete the Push Up from today's class in your notebook, showing all work:

The A train travels from 59th St to 125th St with no stops (5600m) in 6.5 minutes. (a) What is the A train's average velocity? (b) If the A maintained this velocity, how long would it take to get to 207th St (12,500m above 59th St)?

Pick two scenarios of the motion sensors activity. Add them to the mastery section of your notebook (all four parts - XT and VT Graphs, Motion Maps, and Written Description). Due Wednesday, 10/26

Pick 3 scenarios of the motion sensors activity. Add them to the mastery section of your notebook (all four parts - XT and VT Graphs, Motion Maps, and Written Description). Due Wednesday, 10/26

Friday
10/21

SWBAT:

Complete CV Quiz #1: Qualitative Applications

Practice applying the CV Model qualitatively using motion sensors

In your notes, write up a one-page reflection (full page) responding to the following question: "How is constant velocity modeled?" Be sure to include example motion maps and motion graphs to go along with your writing.

Complete your first Mastery Model Problem in the Mastery Section of your notebook. Pick one question from Modeling WS 2 or Modeling HW 4 to redo. Redo it neatly and completely, making it a model for you to come back and study from.

Modeling Quiz #1: Creating and Applying Mathematical Models on Monday, 9/26

Go to EdPuzzle and watch (and take notes) on these videos:

How to Learn from a Flipping Educational Video

Converting Units 1

Converting Units 2

Thursday
9/22

SWBAT:

Practice creating and analyzing mathematical models

Identify the difference between the SI System and the Imperial System

Modeling HW 4 Creating Mathematical Models due Thursday, 9/22

Pick one side to complete. Make sure you do it on a separate sheet of paper, show all work/calculations, write out mathematical models with appropriate variables and units, and write out thorough explanations.

Formal Analysis of Pendulum Lab due Friday, 9/23. This includes:

IQ, Hypothesis, and Variables (typed)

Data Table and Graph (by hand or typed)

Mathematical Model and associated calculations (including one prediction) (by hand or typed)

Thorough Written Analysis (typed)

Tuesday
9/20

SWBAT:

Discuss the meaning of the results of their pendulum lab

Identify the components of a strong quantitative analysis

Create the mathematical model for your pendulum investigation (in the lab section of your notebook). Use these questions as a guide.

Write up an analysis of your data in the lab section of the notebook. Since we have not discussed what a formal analysis is, write up what you think belongs in an analysis, based on what you've learned from Ms. Wang and Mr. HB.

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SWBAT:Section B:onequestion from NF WS 4 for tomorrow. Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown.Section C:twoquestions from NF WS 4 for tomorrow. Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown.Section D:fourquestions from NF WS 4 for tomorrow. Be sure to have FBDs, equations written out, and all work clearly shown.OPTIONAL:Reading Quiz Retake4/7

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NO CLASSES - SAT EXAM!4/4

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1/26

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NO CLASSES!(Extended Exhibition Time)12/5

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NO SCHOOL! (Veteran's Day)11/10

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NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS! (Election Day)11/7

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NO PHYSICS CLASSES! (PSAT)10/18

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NO SCHOOL!10/11

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NO SCHOOL!Student Surveyif you have not already done so (Mr. Z announced who needs to do this in class)10/3

NO SCHOOL!Student Surveyif you have not already done so (Mr. Z announced who needs to do this in class)9/30

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NO CLASSES - MOCK SAT EXAM9/14

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