# Picturing Fields

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Activity:

• Fields Demonstrations
• Group Work: Picturing Fields

After Class Work:

# The effect of a force

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Activity:

• What is the effect of a force?
• Use appropriate terminology related to motion due to one force
• Distinguish between motion with one force and no forces acting on it

After Class Work:

# Newton’s 1st & 2nd Law

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Activity:

• Pear Deck: Newton’s 1st & 2nd Laws
• Card Sort: Free Body Diagrams

After Class Work:

• Edpuzzle Videos:
• What is a Force? (Forces & Motion)
• CK12: FBDs

# Introduction to Forces

Before Class Preparation:

• What is a force? Watch this video

In Class Activity:

• New Groups
• Intro to Forces with Google Forms
• Use appropriate terminology related to forces
• distinguish between and provide examples of different forces

After Class Work:

# Kinematics Projects

Before Class Preparation:

• BYOD for brainstorming

In Class Activity:

• 2 projects required for the semester (1 before midterm, another afterwards)
• Students will select ONE of:

After Class Work:

• Edpuzzle: Graphs Conversion

# Non-uniform motion 2

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Practice:

• Kahoots
• D-T graphs Pear Deck
• Curves & Tangents Worksheet

After Class Work:

• CK12: Instantaneous Velocity

# Intro to Non-uniform motion

Before Class Preparation:

• Read this handout: Intro to Non-uniform motion
• Print if necessary
• Complete all of page 1 for discussion in class
• BYOD for Pear Deck

In Class Practice:

• Non-uniform motion with Smart Carts

After Class Work:

• CK12: Instantaneous Velocity
• Edpuzzle: Position Time Graphs

# Waves Exercise

Before Class Preparation:

• Read and print (if you want to)
• Self Driving Cars: Should they replace human driven ones?

In Class Activity:

• Solving problems involving wave speed, frequency and wavelength

After Class Work:

# Resonance in an air column

Before Class Preparation:

• Read this overview of Resonance in an Air Column
• What is the distance between different parts of a standing wave (nodes, anti-node) in terms of wavelength?
• Read this handout: Air Column Resonance
• Print if possible
• Identify the variables on the handout
• We’ll be working with water, so computers may not be the best idea

In Class Activity:

After Class Work:

• Create a data table using Google Sheets
• Organize class data for lesson tomorrow
• Tutorial Video: Air columns & sound waves
• CK12: Sound in a tube

# Making Standing Waves

Before Class Preparation:

• Read handout: Standing Waves and print it if you can
• Leave backpacks and jackets in your locker. We’ll need lots of space to build the wave machine. (just bring essentials)

In Class Activity:

After Class Work: