**In Class Activity:**

- Demonstrations & PollEV
- Newton’s Challenge Project

**After Class Work:**

- Videos:
- Newton’s 1st Law Examples
- Newton’s 2nd Law Examples
- Slow motion slinky drop

- Braingenie

- Print & complete Part A of this work sheet: Intro to Forces
- What is a force? Watch the video & enter your answer here
- Video: Rubber bands vs Water Melon
- Bring rulers & elastic bands

**In Class Activity:**

- New Groups
- Newton’s Challenge Project
- Intro to Forces
- Use appropriate terminology related to forces
- distinguish between and provide examples of different forces

- Newton’s Challenge Project

**After Class Work:**

- Read and/or print : Handout – Circular Motion Textbook LAB
- Complete Pre-lab on Google Classroom

**In Class Activity:**

- You’ll be assigned 1 of 3 possible labs
- Make sure you and your partner are doing different labs

**After Class Work:**

- Self Quiz (Dynamics 2) in Google Classroom
- Organize data and write report

- Complete all braingenie exercises and self quizzes on Google Classroom
- Enhanced classes: Buggy Report Due by the due date or the test will count
- Rubric for test is here

**10 minute group discussion**

**60 minute written test **

- Retrieve information from a Labquest to answer a question (Thinking/Investigation)
- Analyse and solve physics problems and relating them to everyday life (Application)
- Apply kinematics concepts in order to assess the impacts of driving on the society (Application)
- Overall Communication Level for neatness and notation

**Can you:**

- Describe how you would set up a cart on an incline that would produce graphs of different shapes on a Labquest
- Identify the correct number of significant digits in a calculation
- For a free falling body, explain: its motion, the factors that affect free fall, and conditions needed for free fall
- Use data collected from an experiment and calculate an average measurement and its uncertainty
- Use the 5 kinematics equations when given 3 quantities to solve familiar and unfamiliar word problems
- Use the 5 kinematics equations with different initial conditions to solve unfamiliar word problems in one dimensional and two dimensional (projectile motion) kinematics.
- Apply the concepts of distance/displacement and speed/velocity in solving an unfamiliar word problem.

- Finish: Yesterday’s post lab questions

**In Class Activity:**

- Circular motion ranking exercises in Google Classroom
- Problem Set 1A in Google Classroom

**After Class Work:**

- Prepare for a unit test next week:
- Dynamics in 2D
- Incline plane
- Pulleys
- Frames of reference
- Circular Motion

- Dynamics in 2D

- BYOD Laptop, or use the Chromebooks provided.
- Go to the Google Classroom for the handouts (You can also print the pdf or use Google Docs to answer)
- Complete “Prior Knowledge” questions for handout

- Complete the worksheets:
- Assigned Gizmo

- Unit Projects

- Finish Gizmos worksheets FIRST
- Solutions will be emailed to you AFTER you’ve completed the worksheets
- Complete the assessment questions once you’ve read the solutions

- Video: Intro to Projectile Motion
- Braingenie: 2D Vectors questions

**In Class Groupwork:**

- Projectile motion first steps
- Projectile motion practice

**After Class Practice:**

- Complete problems
- Braingenie: 2D motion

- Finish: Handout – Circular motion 2
- Print & Read: Flying Pig Investigation
- Complete Pre-Lab Preparation & Analysis (To be checked)

**In Class Activity:**

**After Class Work:**

- Complete post lab analysis
- Braingenie: Circular Motion
- Video: How centrifugation works

- Finish: Handout – Intro to circular motion
- Print & Read: Handout – Circular motion 2

**In Class Activity:**

- Deriving radial (centripetal) acceleration formula

**After Class Work:**

- Video: Intro to Projectile Motion
- Braingenie: 2D Vectors
- Complete previous in-class group work to be submitted

**In Class Groupwork:**

- Projectile Motion Demo w/ PollEV
- Solving projectile motion with Big 5 equations
- Projectile motion first steps

**After Class Practice:**

- Complete problems
- Braingenie: 2D motion