Quiz – Work/Energy/Power

Before Class Preparation:

  • Complete class work and relevant Braingenie exercises

In Class Work:

15 minute pre-quiz: Group Discussion of Scenarios

30 minute quiz: Work, Energy, Power

Can you:

  • Identify energy transformations of objects in motion
  • Use energy diagrams to explain a situation
  • Use conservation of mechanical energy to solve problems
  • Calculate:
    • the amount of mechanical energy gained by an object
    • the work done by a force
    • the power of a machine
    • the potential energy of an object at different heights
    • the kinetic energy of an object at different speeds
    • the potential & kinetic energies of an object based on energy transformations
  • Determine the mechanical energy loss of a system

After quiz:

Unit Test – Newton’s Laws

Before Class Preparation:

  • Finish
    • All Newton’s Laws Self Quizzes on Google Classroom
    • All Newton’s laws Braingenie questions
    • All graphing exercises (linearization)
  • Test Rubric is here

In Class Work:

10 minute group discussion
60 minute Test: Newton’s Laws

Can you:

  • Use a velocity-time graph from a Labquest to predict the net force acting on an object in free fall
  • Determine the correct linearization relationship when given a formula
  • Draw free body diagrams
  • Interpret information from free body diagrams
  • Determine net forces acting on different objects from its motions
  • Determine the sizes of friction acting on an object when the object is at rest versus moving
  • Determine the sizes of forces and accelerations of objects connected with a rope
  • Explain Newton’s 3 Laws in different situations

After Test:

Quiz – Forces

Before Class Preparation:

  • Complete assigned Braingenie exercises
  • Read the pre-quiz instructions

In Class Work:

10 minute group discussion

20 minute quiz: Forces

Can you:

  • Draw and label forces on a free body diagram
  • Predict the motion of an object based on the size of forces
  • Based on a free body diagram:
    • Compare the sizes of forces on an object
    • Determine the net force of an object
    • Calculate the acceleration of an object and its direction of motion
    • Calculate the forces on an object

After quiz:

Quiz – Big 5 Equations

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Work:

15 minute Quick-quiz-003: Kinematics Equations

Can you:

  • Recall that free falling objects have an acceleration (due to gravity) of 9.8 m/s2
  • Distinguish directions using the correct sign conventions
  • Recall 5 kinematics equations without aid
  • Select the correct kinematics equation with different initial conditions
  • Solve all 5 kinematics equations when given 3 quantities

After quiz:

Quiz – Relative Motion

Before Class Preparation:

  • Finish relative motion work

In Class Work:

30 minute quiz: Relative Motion (Knowledge/Understanding)

Can you:

  • Convert units of velocity and displacement
  • Solve problems involving relative motion:
    • in one dimension (eg; backwards and forwards)
    • in two perpendicular dimensions (eg; directly crossing a river)
    • in any two dimensions
  • Rubric for quizzes is here

After quiz:

Quiz – Grade 11 Review

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Work:

10 minute group discussion
30 minute quiz: Grade 11 Review: 1D & 2D Kinematics

Can you:

  • Read, use and interpret d-t, v-t, a-t graphs of a real life scenario
    • Identify and/or calculate position/velocity/acceleration from different graphs
  • Use the projectile motion calculator to solve real life problems
  • Rubric for quizzes is here

After quiz: