- Print (or BYOD) and read of this handout: Free fall lab instructions
- Bring a stopwatch or BYOD
- Complete the pre-lab questions on Google Classroom
- Review:
- Video: Uncertainty of a measured number
- Read this document about error & uncertainties

- Create a proper data table to record data
- (don’t forget the instrumental uncertainties and trials)

**In Class Activity:**

- Free fall of a dropped ball: start data collection

**After Class Work:**

- Submit an appropriate data table with Google sheets in the Google Classroom
- Braingenie

- Read Crime Scene Scenario & Clue #1 (printing optional)
- Print handout for activity

**In Class Activity:**

- Who destroyed Wilma Wilshire’s priceless antique vase?
- Can you:
- Use the kinematic equations to solve for an unknown variable
- Set up a free fall problem using the acceleration of gravity
- Interpret a diagram to calculate the acceleration for a moving object
- Create a mathematical model to predict for a given scenario
- Work productively in a group

**After Class Work:**

- Google Classroom: Conclusion Discussion
- Braingenie

- BYOD Laptop & Phone (Download Stop Motion App)
- Read this handout

**In Class Activity:**

- 2 projects required for the semester (1 before midterm, another afterwards)
- Stop Motion Kinematics Project
- Buggy Time (for Enhanced Classes)

**After Class Work:**

- Complete “Self Directed Learning Sheet” for the 5 equations (1st 2 pages from yesterday)
- BYOD for PollEV

**In Class Groupwork:**

- Kinematics Practice (First Steps)
- PollEV: Kinematics

**After Class Practice:**

- Finish example problem and check Google Classroom for the Slides used in class
- Video:
- Dr. Brian Cox: World’s biggest vacuum chamber

- Braingenie

- Video: Calculating Average Speed
- Read & Print if you can Big 5 + Problems
- Read this post on motion diagrams

**In Class Activity:**

- PollEV Review: VT Graphs
- Deriving “Big 5” Equations
- Solve problems involving uniform and non-uniform linear motion in one dimension using algebraic equations

**After Class Work:**

- Video: Khan derives kinematics equations
- Braingenie
- If you like to read examples read this powerpoint
- Practice

- Video:
- BYOD for Google Form
- Print handout for activity

**In Class Activity:**

- Analyse and interpret position–time, velocity–time, and acceleration–time graphs of motion in one dimension
- Use the tangents to convert position–time graphs to velocity–time graphs)
- Submit answers on Google Forms:
- Part 4: Complete this worksheet and submit it later
- Part 5: Scavenger hunt in the classroom

**After Class Work:**

- Complete all other worksheets from previous days
- Motion Graph Scavenger Hunt
- Self Quiz in Google Classroom
- Paper Lab in Google Classroom
- Video: Velocity-time to Position-time graphs

- Complete all Google Classroom & Braingenie assessments on Kinematics Graphs

**20 minute quiz: Kinematics Graphs**

**Can you:**

- Identify a motion based on a d-t or v-t graph
- Describe the changing motions of the different segments in a d-t or v-t graph
- Convert different graphs of motion by sketching the shapes
- Draw d-t/v-t/a-t graphs of different types of motion with constant acceleration
- Speeding up/Slowing down/Constant velocity in the positive or negative directions.

Take up the quiz immediately using Sage & Scribe

]]>- Review Videos:
- If possible, print Areas and Averages handout
- BYOD for PollEV Discussion

**In Class Activity:**

- Analyse and interpret position–time, velocity–time, and acceleration–time graphs of motion in one dimension
- Use the area under the curve to create position–time graphs from velocity–time graphs and velocity–time graphs from acceleration–time graphs)
- Area of VT Graph worksheet
- PollEV Discussion

**After Class Work:**

Videos:

- Area of Velocity-Time Graphs Part 1
- Area of Velocity-Time Graphs Part 2
- Answer the learning check questions in Google Classroom
- Paper Lab in Google Classroom

- Print handout: Speeding up or Slowing Down
**Complete**A1, A2 & B3

- Print Part 2: Speeding up or Slowing down Excercises

**In Class Practice:**

- Group work: Speeding Up or Slowing Down?
- Use appropriate terminology related to kinematics: time, distance, position, displacement, speed,

velocity, and acceleration - Analyse and interpret position–time, velocity–time graphs of motion in one dimension
- Solve problems involving uniform and non-uniform linear motion in one and two dimensions, using graphical analysis

- Use appropriate terminology related to kinematics: time, distance, position, displacement, speed,
- Summary of d-t and v-t graphs

**After Class Work:**

- Video: Can you perceive acceleration?
- Read Powerpoint: 2.1.2
- Exercise Sheet SU/SD

- Finish Non-Uniform motion handout
- If possible, print this worksheet and
- Complete Part A (Remember these are
**Velocity**-Time Graphs)

- Complete Part A (Remember these are

**In Class Practice:**

- PollEV Discussions for motion
- conduct an inquiry into the uniform motion of an object
- solve problems involving uniform linear motion in one dimension using graphical analysis
- Using Motion Sensors to investigate v-t graphs
- PollEV Discussions

**After Class Work:**

- Answer questions on Google Classroom
- Read & take notes on this Powerpoint if you like taking notes