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All Q2 missing work due 1/10 !  No exceptions!

Q1                                                                        

Assignments for the week 8/26   
8/27 Activity 1-1
8/28 Lab  1-2                                                       
8/30  Lab 1-3

Assignments for the week 9/2                       

9/4  Proportions worksheet
9/6 Sig Fig Lab
                                                              

Assignments for 9/9   
9/9 Rev 1
9/11 Rev 1 Due
9/12 Test ch 1
9/13 MST
  

Assignments for 9/16         

9/16 MST
9/18 Lab 10-1
9/19 p.856 81-85
9/20 p. 857
 86-90                                                             
Assignments for 9/23                                              
                    
9/23 857 86-90
9/24 Velocity worksheet
9/26 Lab 10-2
9/27 Rev 10

                             
Assignments for the week 9/30                    
10/1 Test
10/2-4 Car

Assignments for the week 10/7                    
10/9 857 91-95
10/10 Lab 11-1
10/11 Lab 11-2


Assignments for the week 10/14

10/16 MST
10/17 Momentum Lab
10/18 Rev 11

 Assignments for week 10/21

10/22 Test 11
End Quarter 1 10/23

Q2

Assignments for week 10/28

10/31 Lab 12-2
11/1  Lab 12-1

Assignments for week 11/4
11/5 Lab 12-3
11/7Lab 12-4
11/8 Lab 12-5

Assignments for week 11/11
11/11 Balloon popper due
11/13 Lab 12-7
11/14 p. 393
11/15 p. 858 116-125

Assignments for week 11/18

11/18 Rev 12
11/19 Lab 12-9
11/21 Test ch 12

Worksheets  Lab sheets   Chapter Reviews        Grade Book   

  Graph paper                                          

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Related Links

Periodic table/Chemistry handbook             State standards            Physics Lessons

Periodic table 2
                                                   WLHS                   
Electronics Club

 Periodic Table                                                  Class Syllabus           Chemistry help

Scilinks.org                                                        Creation                        EPA

The Weather Channel                                       Discovery Channel       WE Energies

Hyper Physics                                                    NASA

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Class Notes
Chapter 1
Measurement               Conversion factors   
      SigFig                                   
Problem Solving

Chapter 10
Velocity                          Acceleration            Velocity Practice    Force/friction

Chapter 11
Laws of motion              Vectors

Chapter 12
Simple Machines
          Energy   
         Unit explanation

Chapter 13
Heat                                 Temperature

Chapter 16
Circuits    
                       Electricity

Chapter 14
Wave Notes
                   Wave interaction

Chapter 15

 

Sem practice test


 

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Question of the Week  
                            due by: 11/8

5 pts  (e.c.)   Must be turned in by the last class period of the week?

Due 11/22

How can a player be awarded 4 free throws in a basketball game when no technical, flagrant or unsporting fouls occur?

 

 

Chapter Reviews

Review 1
    Text p. 28-29  questions 1-28

Review 10
    Text pp. 338-339  questions 1-29
Review 11
    Text p. 368-370 questions 1-32
Review 12
    Text pp.410-412  questions 1-29
Review 13
    Text pp. 446-447  questions 1-27
Review 14
    Text  pp. 480-482  questions 1-36
Review 15
    Text  pp. 520-522  questions 1-30
Review 16
    Text  pp. 554-555  questions 1-21, 23-28

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Lab sheets                Physics Lab book 2011

Lab 1-1Metric Ruler                        Lab 1-2 Graduated Cylinder

Lab 1-3  Balance Lab

Lab 1-4 Measure and Graphs            Lab 1-5 Sig Fig

Lab 1-6 Measuring                          Activity 1-1 Lab ware

 Activity 1-2  Measurement              Activity 1-3  Conversion    

Lab 10-1 Speed Lab                               Lab 10-2 Friction

Lab 11-1 Constant Force Change Mass  Lab11-2 Constant Mass Change Force

Lab 11-3 Down Hill Racer                       Lab 11-4 Momentum and Mass

Lab 11-5 Momentum Lab

Lab 12-1 Levers                                        Lab 12-2 Lever Lab Mass of Coin

Lab 12-3 Pulley                                          Lab 12-4 Inclined plane

Lab 12-5 Screw                                         Lab 12-6 Balloon Popper

Lab 12-7 Power Lab                                 Lab 12-8 Swinging Stopper

Lab 12-9 Bouncing Ball

Lab 13-1 Convection                                Lab 13-2 Specific Heat lab

Lab 15-1 Frequency of sound                  Lab 15-2 Musical Scale Lab

Lab 15-3 Refraction of Light                     Lab 15-4 Reflection of light

Lab 15-5 Focal point lab

Lab 16-1 Static electricity                         Lab 16-2 Conductors and insulators

Lab 16-3 Build and Measure a circuit     Lab 16-4 Mystery Boxes

Lab 16-5 to light or not                              Lab 16-6 Using Electricity

Lab 16-7 Design a circuit

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Worksheets

                Chapter 13 writing assignment

          

Electricity cost worksheet                     Electricity Video Worksheet

 Ohmís Law worksheet                         SI Worksheet

 Downhill Racer writing                        Proportions

State of Matter Worksheet                   Velocity worksheet

        

 

Reading Strategies

Metrics                        Conversion Factors        Sig Fig 

Velocity Acceleration    Newton's Laws            Work and Energy

Simple Machines        Types of Energy            Electricity

Using Graphs            Velocity and Speed        Force/friction

Waves                        Transverse v Longitudinal

Cause /effect (Ohm's Law)    Periodic Table

 

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Chapter 2
Matter

Chapter 3
States of Matter   
           Fluids

Chapter 4
Atoms                              Periodic Table                 Moles

Chapter 5
Chemical formula         Electronegativity   
          Organic Compounds

Chapter 6
Types of reactions        Balancing Equations        Molar Mass

Chapter 7
Solutions

Chapter 8
Aspirin Lab                    Acid Base Notes

Physical Chemical Properties   States of Matter    Fluids

Subatomic Particles    Chemical Bonds    Chemical Reactions

Solutions                Acids and Bases            Matter

Fluid Principles        Element Presentation    Mixtures

Lab 2-1 Density Lab Solid                  Lab 2-2 Density Lab Liquid

Lab 2-3 Physical and Chemical Changes

Lab 3-1 Silly Putty

Lab 4-1 Extrapolation of an Atom        Lab 4-2 Ionization and the Periodic Table

Lab 5-1 Build a Model of a Molecule   Lab 5-2 Ionic and Covalent Bonds

Lab 5-3 Flame test                                Lab 5-4 Organic Models

Lab 5-5 Alcohol and Organic Acids

Lab 6-1 Single replacement                  Lab 6-2 Non metal reaction

Lab 6-3 Double replacement reaction  Lab 6-4 Catalyst reaction

Lab 7-1 Prepare an Alloy                       Lab 7-2 Boiling points of solutions

Lab 8-1 pH lab                                         Lab 8-2 Titration

Lab 8-3 Aspirin Lab

Review 2
    text pp. 60-62 questions 1-28, 32-35
Review 3
    Text  pp.  94-96  questions  1-25
Review 4
    Text  pp.  136-138  questions 1-31, 34-36
Review 5
    Text  pp.  174-176  questions 1-26, 28
Review 6
    Text  pp.  214-216  questions 1-28, 32
Review 7
    Text  pp.  246-248  questions 1-29
Review 8
    Text  pp. 276-277  questions  1-31

Semester II practice