# Velocity-Time Graphs

Before Class Preparation:

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

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:

• Read & take notes on this Powerpoint if you like taking notes

# Quiz – Standing/Sound Waves

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish Assigned Braingenies & Self Quizzes

### In Class Work:

• 15 minute group discussion
• 30 minute quiz: Application of Standing/Sound Waves

Can you:

• Determine a wave’s period & frequency when given a graph of the wave.
• Calculate the frequency of a standing wave in a medium that is:
• Open at both ends
• Closed at both ends
• Open at one end
• Calculate the speed of sound from a standing wave patterns in an air column closed at one end.
• Draw a standing wave pattern for an air column or string instrument and
• Calculate frequencies/lengths of the instrument
• Describe and calculate how sound changes (frequency, wavelength, velocity) through different mediums

### After quiz:

Take up the quiz immediately using Sage & Scribe

# Non-uniform motion (Multiple Days)

Before Class Preparation:

• Print & Complete Page 1: “Part A) – Changing Velocity” from this document
• Read & Print the rest of you can

In Class Practice:

• Day 1:
• Displacement vs Position vs Distance
• Non-Uniform Motion Group Work, Parts B) to D)
• Learning to use Labquest & Motion sensors
• Predicting shapes of d-t graphs
• Sketching d-t Graphs
• Day 2:
• Complete Non-uniform motion

After Class Work:

# Introduction to Motion

Before Class Preparation:

Videos:

In Class Activity:

• Buggy/Pull Back Car Activity
• Describe the difference between uniform & non-uniform motions
• Explain how you would predict the position of the object, 1.0 s after your last measurement
• Assessment Criteria (Thinking/Inquiry):

After Class Work:

# Waves wrap up

Before Class Preparation:

• Read and print (if you want to)

In Class Activity:

• PollEV
• Paper Lab submission check on Google Classroom

After Class Work:

# Sound Demonstrations

Before Class Preparation:

• Complete air column data tables

In Class Activity:

• Sound Demo Activities:
• investigate, in qualitative and quantitative terms, the properties of mechanical waves and sound, and solve related problems
• Simulations:

After Class Work:

# Intro to Physics Experiments: Waves

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Activity:

• Lesson: Averaging raw data and its uncertainties
• Complete Air Column Resonance Raw Data Table in Google Classroom

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 are not a good idea

In Class Activity:

• What is the goal in a science experiment?
• Resonance of standing waves
• Resonance in an air column
• Verifying the speed of sound in air
• Record your results here or scan the QR code: After Class Work:

# Quiz – Waves

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish Assigned Braingenies & Self Quizzes on Google Classroom

### In Class Work:

• 15 minute quiz

Can you:

• State the wavelength, amplitude, velocity, frequency of a wave
• Solve problems involving the wave equation v=fλ
• Use the principle of superposition and draw a graph to represent interference of waves

### After quiz:

Take up the quiz immediately using Sage & Scribe

# Making Standing Waves

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Activity:

After Class Work: