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ACP Introductory Physics — Crosby
Academic Year 2016-17

 
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Last update: Monday, June 12, 2017 9:55 AM

ACP Physics Assignments

Assignments will be listed in the reverse chronological order in which there are assigned, thus placing the most recent assignments at the top of the list. Pay attention to the due dates, as they may not fall in the same chronological order. See the Scores web page for the point value for each graded assignment.

Term 4

  Item     Assigned        Description      Due Date
Project 10 Jun 17 The Physics Fundamentals Dodecahedron Project. Check out the Project Handout. Much of this project can be done in class, but you may also work at home. The Physics Fundamentals Dodecahedron Project. The dodecahedron panel pages are available in class, but also online. Also check out the rubric used for grading this project.
 
Friday, 16 Jun 17.
Don't turn this in late!
Q8 14 May 17 Quiz 8: Circuits and Electrical Energy
  
Tuesday, 23 May 17
-- 14 May 17 Circuits and Electrical Energy In-class Review
 
Monday, 22 May 17
H58 14 May 17 Curcuit Analysisworksheet
 
Friday, 19 May 17
H57 14 May 17 Equivalent Resistance worksheet
 
Friday, 19 May 17
H56 14 May 17 Electrical Power and Energy worksheet
 
Friday, 19 May 17
H55 14 May 17 Electrical Power worksheet
 
Friday, 19 May 17
H54 14 May 17 Two MCAS Practice Problems
 
Monday, 15 May 17
H53 8 May 17 Parallel Circuits worksheet
 
Friday, 12 May 17
H52 8 May 17 Series Ciurcuits worksheet
 
Friday, 12 May 17
H51 8 May 17 Ohm's Law worksheet
 
Friday, 12 May 17
H50 3 May 17 Energy Packet
 
Friday, 5 May 17
L13 1 May 17 Lab: Building Series and Parallel Circuits on a "Breadboard".
 
Friday, 5 May 17
H49 1 May 17 Voltage Drop Packet
 
Friday, 5 May 17
L12 26 Apr 17 Physics Classroom Circuit Exploratory. A lab packet designed to explore series and parallel circuits using an online resource.
 
Friday, 5 May 17
H48 26 Apr 17 Charge, Energy and Voltage: "5000 WS" V=IR, #4-10
 
Monday, 1 May 17
H47 25 Apr 17 Electric Circuits and Electric Current
 
Friday, 28 Apr 17
H46 24 Apr 17 Drawing Series and Parallel Circuits (Packet -- 4 pages)
 
Friday, 28 Apr 17
H45 24 Apr 17 Introduction to Circuits
 
Friday, 28 Apr 17
L11 24 Apr 17 Light that Bulb! A hands-on exploratory with a battery, a paperclip, and a light bulb..
 
Wednesday, 26 Apr 17

Term 3

  Item     Assigned        Description      Due Date
H42 4 Apr 17 Waves in Motion worksheet.
 
Friday, 7 Apr 17
H41 4 Apr 17 Ten Wave Terms: Define in your own words.
 
Wed., 5 Apr 17
H40 3 Apr 17 Basic Waves worksheet packet. Includes Describing Waves and the Wave Worksheet.
 
Tuesday, 4 Apr 17
Q7 27 Mar 17 Quiz 6: EM Spectrum
  
Wed., 29 Mar 17
Q6 13 Mar 17 Quiz 6: Heat Concepts.
  
Wed., 27 Mar 17
H39 22 Mar 17 Heat Review Worksheet
 
Friday, 24 Mar 17
L10 13 Mar 17 Specific Heat of a Metal Block: Write a procedure, then carry it out, to determine the specific heat of a metal block. 
 
Friday, 17 Mar 17
H38 27 Feb 17 Heat Practice (MCAS style problems).
 
Friday, 20 Mar 17
H37 6 Mar 17 Heating Curves
 
Friday, 3 Mar 17
MY 3 Feb 17 Mid-year Exam. (26 multiple choice questions and one open response.)
  
Wed., 15 Feb 17
H36 6 Feb 17 Elementary Particles and Electrostatic Forces
 
Friday, 10 Feb 17
Q5 22 Jan 17 Quiz 5: Universal Gravitation and Centripetal Force. (Also has some weight, mass, momemtum, acceleration, force, work, etc., as these is included in calculations.).
  
Friday, 3 Feb 17
H35 22 Jan 17 Gravitation and Celestial Bodies This was a worksheet found on the Internet -- the link will download the .doc file from the original site. Pay attention to the difference between mass and weight! We started this in class; complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Friday, 3 Feb 17
H34 21 Jan 17 Scientific Notation Worksheet - page 1 and Scientific Notation Worksheet - page 2 These worksheets were found on the Internet – they were handed out printed back-to-back, but come from two different sources. Complete both pages as homework. Due no later than
 
Tuesday, 31 Jan 17
H33 20 Jan 17 Universal Gravitation and Centripetal Force (Internet #3) This was a worksheet found on the Internet -- the link will download the .doc file from the original site. Pay attention to the difference between mass and weight! We started this in class; complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Monday, 30 Jan 17

Term 2

  Item     Assigned        Description      Due Date
Q4 7 Jan 17 Quiz 4: Kinetic and Potential Energy, including conservation of energy. (Also has some momemtum, acceleration, force, work, etc., as these is included in energy calculations.).
  
Friday, 17 Jan 17
H28 4 Jan 17 Kinetic and Potential Energy Worksheet (Internet #3) This was a worksheet found on the Internet -- the link will download the .doc file from the original site. Pay attention to the difference between mass and weight! We started this in class; complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Friday, 6 Jan 17
H27 3 Jan 17 Kinetic and Potential Energy Worksheet (Internet #2) This was a worksheet found on the Internet -- the link takes you to worksheet on the original site. We started this in class; complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Wednesday, 4 Jan 17
H26 21 Dec 16 Kinetic Energy Worksheet (Internet #1). The link points to the original document. We started this very basic worksheet in class; complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Friday, 23 Dec 16
Q3 13 Dec 16 Quiz 3: Application of Newton's Laws– calculations and representations of momentum, impulse, and collisions (this includes force, mass, weight, gravity, free body diagrams of stationary objects and objects in motion).
  
Friday, 16 Dec 16
  13 Dec 16 Review chapter 3 in the textbook. Write down any questions you have from the reading; bring your questions to class or J-block to get them answered!
 
Tuesday, 1 Nov 16
H25 13 Dec 16 Momentum and Impulse Review and Practice worksheet. We started this in class; complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Friday, 16 Dec 16
H24 13 Dec 16 Collisions! (Elastic and Inelastic) worksheet. Complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Wednesday, 14 Dec 16
H23 7 Dec 16 Momentum, Impulse, and Momentum Change worksheet. Complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Friday, 9 Dec 16
H22 5 Dec 16 Momentum Word Problems worksheet. Complete the second and third pages of the worksheet as homework.
 
Tuesday, 6 Dec 16
H21 5 Dec 16 Introduction to momentum. Complete page 1 of the worksheet as homework, if not completed in class.
 
Monday, 5 Dec 16
B2 2 Dec 16 Bonus work: Two-dimensional calculations on Force, Friction, Tension, and Acceleration (Second Law ad Third Law problems) worksheet. Complete the worksheet as bonus homework.
 
Wednesday, 7 Dec 16
B1 2 Dec 16 Bonus work: More trigonometry problems. Complete the worksheet as bonus homework.
 
Wednesday, 7 Dec 16
H20 2 Dec 16 Force, Friction, Tension, and Acceleration (Second Law and Third Law problems) worksheet. Complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Monday, 5 Dec 16
L9 2 Dec 16 Determination of Sine, Cosine and Tangent – Introduction to Trigonometry activity using rules and protractors. Completed in class. 
 
Friday, 2 Dec 16
Q2c 28 Nov 16 Quiz 2 corrections: make corrections on a separate paper. Be sure to include the reason why the right answer is correct! :)
  
Wednesday, 30 Nov 16
H19 28 Nov 16 Force, Friction, and Acceleration (Second Law) worksheet. Complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Wednesday, 30 Nov 16
H18 28 Nov 16 Net Force and Acceleration worksheet. Complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Wednesday, 30 Nov 16
H17 28 Nov 16 Distance, Velocity, and Time worksheet – as review. Complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Tuesday, 29 Nov 16
Q2 18 Nov 16 Quiz 2: Application of Newton's Laws– calculations and representations of force, mass, weight, gravity, etc., including free body diagrams of stationary objects and objects in motion.
  
Tuesday, 22 Nov 16
H16 18 Nov 16 Practice calculations for gravity, weight, and net force. Complete the worksheet as homework.
 
Monday, 16 Nov 16
H15 16 Nov 16 Computer Lab Day. Introduction to Newton's First and Second Laws using the Phet website. Complete the activity on Forces and Motion as homework, if you did not complete it during out lab time.
 (https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/forces-and-motion)
 
Friday, 18 Nov 16
H14 15 Nov 16 Introduction to the concept of the Net Force. Complete the Balanced Forces Worksheet and the worksheet on Introduction to Fnet as homework.
 
Wednesday, 16 Nov 16
H13 14 Nov 16 Mass and Weight. Finish the worksheet on Weight = the Force of Gravity as homework.
 
Tuesday, 15 Nov 16
H12 9 Nov 16 We started this in-class worksheet on Recognizing Realistic Forces. Finish as homework.
 
Monday, 14 Nov 16
T1C 4 Nov 16 Test corrections for Test 1. Any points earned will be added to your term 1 total! Remember: don't just figure out the correct answer, you need to explain WHY each answer is correct.
 
Wednesday, 3 Nov 16

Term 1

  Item     Assigned        Description      Due Date
  31 Oct 16 Review your notes for chapter 3, sections 1 and 2. Read chapter 3 section 3 in the textbook. Write down any questions you have from the reading; bring your questions to class to get them answered!
 
Tuesday, 1 Nov 16
L8 31 Oct 16 A Catalog of Forces Project. We will start this project in class, but the rest is to be done at home. The poster needs to be 22" by 17", which is 1/2 of a typical poster board.
 
Monday, 7 Nov 16
T1 19 Oct 16 New test day: Test 1: Kinematics – calculations and graphing involving motion.
  
Friday, 28 Oct 16
H11 19 Oct 16 Graph Matching Lab follow-up questions. Complete at home. Hand it with the lab results.
 
Friday, 21 Oct 16
L7 18 Oct 16 Graph Matching Lab (Computers with worksheet)
Carts on tracks with motion detectors. This lab will take two days.
 
Friday, 21 Oct 16
H10 17 Oct 16 Moving Man Lab post activity questions (last page of the handout). Answer on a separate sheet of paper.
 
Tuesday, 18 Oct 16
L6 17 Oct 16 The Moving Man Lab (Computers with worksheet)
Moving Man Applet found on the phet website
 
Tuesday, 18 Oct 16
  11 Oct 16 In-class review of kinematic concepts. No homework over Wednesday. (Should have notes from class.)
 
 
H9 5 Oct 16 Even more graphing! Velocity versus time – the roots of constant acceleration. Started in class.
 
Friday, 7 Oct 16
H8 3 Oct 16 Even more graphing! position versus time – the roots of constant velocity, and or velocity versus time – the roots of acceleration. Done in class.
 
Friday, 7 Oct 16
H8 3 Oct 16 More graphing: position versus time – the roots of constant velocity, and or velocity versus time – the roots of acceleration. Done in class.
 
Wednesday, 5 Oct 16
  2 Oct 16 Read chapter 3 section 2 in the textbook. Write down any questions you have from the reading; bring your questions to class to get them answered!
 
Tuesday, 4 Oct 16
  28 Sep 16 Read chapter 3 section 1 in the textbook. Write down any questions you have from the reading; bring your questions to class to get them answered!
 
Friday, 1 Oct 16
Q1 26 Sep 16 Quiz 1: Kinematics – calculations and graphing involving motion.
  
Wednesday, 28 Sep 16
H7 26 Sep 16 Graphing velocity versus time – the roots of acceleration.
 
Tuesday, 27 Sep 16
H6 26 Sep 16 Acceleration worksheet. Word problems connecting to acceleration.
 
Wednesday, 28 Sep 16
H5 26 Sep 16 Interpreting Graphs Worksheet 2; position versus time, and velocity versus time.
 
Tuesday, 27 Sep 16
H4 26 Sep 16 Interpreting Graphs Worksheet; position versus time (in-class).
 
Monday, 26 Sep 16
L5 23 Sep 16 Direct Measurement Videos. Introduction of DMV, and how to use the tools:
Activity 1: Introduction to DMV: Roller Coaster Motion

 
Friday, 23 Sep 16
  18 Sep 16 Read chapter 2 in the textbook. Write down any questions you have from the reading; bring your questions to class to get them answered!
 
Monday, 19 Sep 16
H3 16 Sep 16 Position versus Time Graphing Worksheet. Start in class, finish as homework.
 
Monday, 19 Sep 16
G1 14 Sep 16 Moving Activity. Complete the data collection with your group, then copy your group data, and plot results individually.
 
Friday, 16 Sep 16
H2 14 Sep 16 Describing Motion Worksheet. Start in class, finish as homework.
 
Friday, 16 Sep 16
L3 & L4 12 Sep 16 Marble Speed Activity. Complete the data (L3) and graph (L4) in class.  Finish as homework, if not completed in class..
 
Wednesday, 14 Sep 16
L1 & L2 12 Sep 16 Slow Paper Airplane. Build a slow paper airplane Speed Activity. Complete the data and graph in class (L1).  Finish the Post Activity Questions as homework (L2).
 
Tuesday, 13 Sep 16
  9 Sep 16 Read chapter 1 in the textbook. Write down any questions you have from the reading; bring your questions to class to get them answered!
 
Monday, 12 Sep 16
H1 7 Sep 16 Read and sign the Expectations and Policies form. Return for credit.
 
Friday, 9 Sep 16

 

 
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