# Speeding up or Slowing down?

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Practice:

• Group work: Speeding Up or Slowing Down?
• Use appropriate terminology related to kinematics: time, distance, position, displacement, speed,
velocity, and acceleration
• Analyze 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
• Summary of d-t and v-t graphs

After Class Work:

# Introduction to Motion

Before Class Preparation:

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:

# Measurement

#### Before Class Preparation:

• Edpuzzle Video: Accuracy & Precision
• Read handout (print if possible)

#### In Class Activity:

• The Art of Measurement

#### After Class Work:

• CK12: Measurement
• Interesting Videos:
• Powerpoint:

# Sound Demonstrations

Before Class Preparation:

• BYOD for Pear Deck

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:

# Projectile Motion Challenge

Before Class Preparation:

In Class Groupwork:

• Complete the measurements needed
• Return steel ball
• Complete solution sheet & submit (2 per group)
• Perform challenge
• Celebrate

After Class Practice:

• CK12 Projectile Motion

# Projectile Motion (Practice)

Before Class Preparation:

• Complete Edpuzzle & Card Sort from previous classes
• BYOD for Pear Deck

In Class Groupwork:

• Pear Deck: Projectile motion first steps
• Projectile motion ski jump practice

After Class Practice:

• Complete problems
• CK12: Projectile Motion for an Object Launched Horizontally

# Making Standing Waves

Before Class Preparation:

• Read handout: Standing Waves and print it if you can
• Leave backpacks and jackets in your locker. We’ll need lots of space to build the wave machine. (just bring essentials)

In Class Activity:

After Class Work:

# Interference of Waves

Before Class Preparation:

• Read (or print if you’re able) and answer A1 of handout: Interference
• You may BYOD if you can draw directly on the handout (remember that these are your notes)

In Class Activity:

• Challenge: Don’t knock the cups over!
• Explain and graphically illustrate the principle of superposition

After Class Work:

# Introduction to Waves with Pendulums

Before Class Preparation:

• What is a wave?
• Bring your favourite song to class

In Class Activity:

• Group Activity: Pendulum
• Whiteboard: Sketch a d-t graph for your pendulum

After Class Work: