# Quiz – Kinematics Graphs

### Before Class Preparation:

• Complete all Google Classroom & Braingenie assessments on Kinematics Graphs

### In Class Work:

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.

### After quiz:

Take up the quiz immediately using Sage & Scribe

# 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

# 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

# Lab Exam (Culminating)

### Before Class Preparation:

• Review pre-labs from the semester

### In Class Work:

20 minute quiz: Investigation Skills

Can you:

• Identify independent/dependent/relevant control variables based on an experiment/equation
• Identify correct units for all variables
• Create a research question based on variables
• Linearize a graph based on given equation
• Use algebra to explain the linearization
• Predict what the expected slope of a graph should be
• Identify the correct unit for the expected slope

### After quiz:

• Collect data from the experiment for your final report

### After Class Work:

• Start organizing data from class and complete full lab report

# Culminating Multiple Choice Test

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish Assigned Braingenies & Self Quizzes
• BYOD for Open-Internet Quiz
• Bring notes & textbook if you wish

### In Class Work:

20 questions, 45 minute Open-Internet MC quiz

Can you:

• Explain & apply physics concepts from the 5 units of the course
• Assessment of Electtromagnetism will be optional

# Quizmas 2019 – Waves

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish Assigned Braingenies & Self Quizzes
• BYOD for Open-Internet Quiz

### In Class Work:

8 questions, 30 minute Open-Internet MC quiz: Waves & Sound

Can you:

• Determine the wavelength, amplitude, velocity, frequency of a given wave
• Solve problems involving the wave equation v=fλ
• Understand the relationship between wave velocities and mediums they travel in
• Apply the concept of speed of sound to unfamiliar situations
• Predict the consequences of the Doppler effect
• Apply the concepts of wave interference & superposition
• Predict constructive and destructive interference of sound waves

### After quiz:

• Quizmas Party

# Quiz – Thermal Energy (Application)

### Before Class Preparation:

• Complete class work and relevant Braingenie/Gizmo exercises

### In Class Work:

30 minute quiz: Application: Familiar/Unfamiliar situations

Can you:

• Identify & apply different methods of thermal energy transfer
• Apply energy concepts for 2 objects of different temperatures and brought to thermal equilibrium
• Read a temperature-time graph and extract information about specific heat and latent heat
• Explain why things feel cold on your skin
• Apply energy concepts to explain this demonstration