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```					                        PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 1

ASSIGNMENT 1   Using graph paper (Google for some if you do not have any and
print), plot data set 4 on the Graphing Practice worksheet (in your
green packet). If it is not straight, straighten the data, re-plot and
then write an equation for the straightened data.

ASSIGNMENT 2   Read and take notes on Chapter 1 (concentrate on the vocabulary)
Work the problems on pages 7 and 8.

ASSIGNMENT 3   Lab report

ASSIGNMENT 4   Letter to me

PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 2
Kinematics part 1

ASSIGNMENT 1   Read and take notes Ch 2
(Main Idea/Detail)

ASSIGNMENT 2   Tumble Buggy Lab Report

ASSIGNMENT 3   Problems pg 33 #2-4 (Particle motion)
Pg 47 #30-32 (Ave Vel and graphs)

ASSIGNMENT 4   Wksht on Ave velocity

ASSIGNMENT 5   Motion Detector Lab wksht pg21-23 (#1-13)

ASSIGNMENT 6   Motion Detector Lab wksht pg23-25 (#1-12)

ASSIGNMENT 7   Motion Detector Lab wksht pg 25 and 26

ASSIGNMENT 8   Graphing Practice Worksheet
PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 3
Kinematics part 2

ASSIGNMENT 1               Read and take notes Ch 3.1
(Reading guide on sharepoint)

ASSIGNMENT 2               Velocity and Acceleration Graphs Hand In

ASSIGNMENT 3               ViVfDAT Worksheet Hand In

ASSIGNMENT 4               Read and take notes Ch 3.3
(Reading guide on sharepoint)

ASSIGNMENT 5               Tape Timer Activity (Ball Falling)

ASSIGNMENT 6               Free Fall questions (in notebook) pg 74 questions 42, 44-46
Free Fall Hand In

ASSIGNMENT 7               Free Fall Worksheet

ASSIGNMENT 8               Jupiter’s Moons Activity

ASSIGNMENT 9               Circular Motion Worksheet

ASSIGNMENT 10              Review

ASSIGNMENT 11              Test on Acceleration (Ch 3 and Circular Motion)

3. The students will        Students should be able to:                                                 11.A.4a-f
understand the           3a. define distance, calculate speed, and explain what is meant by          11.A.5a-e
vector relationships         a scalar quantity.                                                      12.D.4a
between position,        3b. define displacement, calculate velocity, and explain the                12.D.5a
velocity and                 difference between scalar and vector quantities.                        13.A.4a-d
acceleration.            3c. explain the relationship between velocity and acceleration.             13.A.5a-d
4. The students will be     Students should be able to:                                                 11.A.4a-f
able to used the         4a. explain the constant acceleration kinematic equations and               11.A.5a-e
equations of                 apply them to physical situations.                                      12.D.4a
constant acceleration    4b.      use the kinematic equations to analyze free-fall.                  12.D.5a,b
to describe motion       4c. analyze motion in terms of its components and apply the                 13.A.4a-d
in one and two               kinematic equations to components of motion.                            13.A.5a-d
dimensions.              4d. add and subtract vectors graphically and analytically.
4e. determine relative velocities through vector addition and
subtraction.
4f. analyze projectile motion to find, position, time of flight, velocity
and range.
5. The students will be     Students should be able to:                                              11.A.4a-f
able to interpret        5a. explain the relationship between velocity and acceleration           11.A.5a-e
graphs of position           and perform graphical analyses of acceleration.                      12.D.4a
vs. time, velocity vs.   5b.      use a velocity graph to calculate displacement and              12.D.5a,b
time and                     acceleration of an object.                                           13.A.4a-d
acceleration vs. time    5c. understand the relationship between motion and motion                13.A.5a-d
in order to analyze          graphs and sketch position, velocity and acceleration graphs
the motion of an             for various motions.
object in one or two     5d. sketch position, velocity and acceleration graphs for the vertical
dimensions.                  and horizontal motions of a projectile in the absence of air
resistance.
PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 4
Newton’s Laws of Motion

ASSIGNMENT 1               Great Inertia Race

ASSIGNMENT 2               Read and Take Notes Ch 4 (pgs 94-95)

ASSIGNMENT 3               Newton’s Second Law Activity

ASSIGNMENT 4               Read and Take Notes Ch 4 (pgs 92-93)

ASSIGNMENT 5               Newton’s Second Law Worksheet

ASSIGNMENT 6               Ranking Task on Changing Velocity

ASSIGNMENT 7               Newton’s Third Law Activity

ASSIGNMENT 8               Read and Take Notes Ch 4 (pgs 102-103)

ASSIGNMENT 9               Newton’s Law Essay

ASSIGNMENT 10              Quiz on Newton’s Laws

6.   The students will      Students should be able to:                                             11.A.4a-f
be able to apply       6a. understand the relationship between net force and                   11.A.5a-e
Newton's Laws to           acceleration.                                                       12.C.5b
predict and            6b. draw a free-body diagram of an object.                              12.D.4a
describe the motion    6c. state and explain Newton’s first law of motion and describe         12.D.5a,b
of bodies with one         inertia and its relationship to mass.                               13.A.4a-d
or more forces         6d. state and explain Newton’s second law of motion and apply it        13.A.5a-d
applied to them.           to physical situations.
6e. distinguish between weight and mass.
6f. state and explain Newton’s third law of motion and identify
action-reaction force pairs.
6g. apply Newton’s second law of motion in vector form in analyzing
various physical situations while using free-body diagrams.
6h. understand the difference between static and kinetic friction and
be able to use these in solving physical situations.
PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 5
Ch 9 Momentum

ASSIGNMENT 1               Collision Lab

ASSIGNMENT 2               Read 9.2 (pg 236-240)
Try problems 13, 14, 18 on pg 238 and 19-21 on pg 240

ASSIGNMENT 3               Read 9.1 (pg 229-233)
Try problems 1-5 on pg 233

ASSIGNMENT 4               Impulse and Momentum Wksht

ASSIGNMENT 5               Explosion Activity

ASSIGNMENT 6               Review Problems:
Pg 250 Mastering Concepts 33, 34, 36, 39, 40
Pg 252 – 3 Problems 68, 73, 74, 75, 76, 80

ASSIGNMENT 7               Exam on Impulse and Momentum

Course                                           Course                                  State
Outcomes                                          Objectives                            Benchmarks
10. The students will       Students should be able to:                                      11.A.4a-f
be able to apply the    10a. compute linear momentum and the components of               11.A.5a-e
principles of                momentum.                                                   12.D.4a
impulse and             10b. relate impulse and momentum; relate kinetic energy and      12.D.5a
conservation of              momentum.                                                   13.A.4a-d
momentum to             10c. explain the condition for the conservation of linear        13.A.5a-d
collisions between           momentum and apply it to physical situations.
several objects to      10d. describe the conditions on kinetic energy and momentum in
predict the motion           elastic and inelastic collisions.
of the objects.
PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 6
Ch ?? Vectors

ASSIGNMENT 1               Graphical Addition of Vectors Wksht

ASSIGNMENT 2               Vector Smorgasbord Wksht

ASSIGNMENT 3               Long Strange Trip Activity
As Needed
ASSIGNMENT 4               Resultant Velocity Wksht

ASSIGNMENT 5               Vector Victor Game

ASSIGNMENT 6               Quizzie!
As Needed

4. The students will be     Students should be able to:                                                 11.A.4a-f
able to used the         4a. explain the constant acceleration kinematic equations and apply         11.A.5a-e
equations of                 them to physical situations.                                            12.D.4a
constant acceleration    4b. use the kinematic equations to analyze free-fall.                       12.D.5a,b
to describe motion       4c. analyze motion in terms of its components and apply the                 13.A.4a-d
in one and two               kinematic equations to components of motion.                            13.A.5a-d
dimensions.              4d. add and subtract vectors graphically and analytically.
4e. determine relative velocities through vector addition and
subtraction.
4f. analyze projectile motion to find, position, time of flight, velocity
and range.
PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 7
Ch 4 and 5 FORCES in One Dimension

ASSIGNMENT 1              Weight vs Mass Activity

ASSIGNMENT 2              Read 4.2 and try problems pg 100 19 a and b, 20 a, b, c,

ASSIGNMENT 3              Contact Forces and the Elevator problem Wkshts

ASSIGNMENT 4              Read and Take notes on pg 105 and 107 Tension and Normal
Problems pg 106 #32, pg 107 #36, 38 pg 101 #22

ASSIGNMENT 5              Read and take notes 5.2 Friction
Problems pg 128 #17-20 and pg 130 #28 and 30

ASSIGNMENT 6              Weight/Tension/Friction Wksht

ASSIGNMENT 7              Autumn Leaves Lab

ASSIGNMENT 8              Quiz on Forces in One Dimension

Course                                                Course                                      State
Outcomes                                             Objectives                               Benchmarks
6. The students will      Students should be able to:                                         11.A.4a-f
be able to apply       6a. understand the relationship between net force and               11.A.5a-e
Newton's Laws to           acceleration.                                                   12.C.5b
predict and            6b. draw a free-body diagram of an object.                          12.D.4a
describe the motion    6c. state and explain Newton’s first law of motion and describe     12.D.5a,b
of bodies with one         inertia and its relationship to mass.                           13.A.4a-d
or more forces         6d. state and explain Newton’s second law of motion and apply it    13.A.5a-d
applied to them.           to physical situations.
6e. distinguish between weight and mass.
6f. state and explain Newton’s third law of motion and identify
action-reaction force pairs.
6g. apply Newton’s second law of motion in vector form in
analyzing various physical situations while using free-body
diagrams.
6h. understand the difference between static and kinetic friction
and be able to use these in solving physical situations.

Note:
Inclines and Tension at an Angle added 2009
PHYSICS 12 RAMSEYER
HOMEWORK UNIT 8
Ch 10 and 11 Work, Power and Energy

ASSIGNMENT 1              Drop a Ball Activity

ASSIGNMENT 2              Read and Take Notes Ch 11.1 and 11.2
Problems pg 287 #2, pg 291 #5-7, pg 292 #10, Pg 297 #15, pg 301 #27

ASSIGNMENT 3              Roller coaster Lab

ASSIGNMENT 4              Read and Take Notes Ch 10.1
Problems pg 264 9, 12 and pg 265 15-18

ASSIGNMENT 5              Horsepower Activity

ASSIGNMENT 6              Review Sheet

ASSIGNMENT 7              Review Ch 11 problems pg 307 #54, 61, 62, 70, 74, 75

ASSIGNEMENT 8             Test on Ch 10 and 11 Work, Power and Energy

8.   The students will    Students should be able to:                                          11.A.4a-f
be able to           8a. define mechanical work and compute the work done by              11.A.5a-e
understand the           various forces for specified displacements of an object.         13.A.4a-d
concept of work      8b. explain the work-energy theorem and apply it in solving          13.A.5a-d
done on an object        problems.
and how it relates   8c. define power and compute the power generated or dissipated
to the change in         by a force in specific situations.
energy of the
object.
9.   Students will        Students should be able to:                                          11.A.4a-f
understand and be    9a. explain how potential energy depends on position and             11.A.5a-e
able to apply the        compute values of gravitational potential energy in a constant   12.D.4a
principle of             gravitational field.                                             12.D.5a,b
conservation of      9b. apply the principle of conservation of energy to specific        13.A.4a-d
energy to various        situations to compute position and speed of an object.           13.A.5a-d
mechanical           9c. understand how the conservation of energy affects the
systems to analyze       operation of a roller coaster ride or any other ride at an
the exchange of          amusement park.
kinetic, potential
and thermal
energies.

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