# IP  Warmup  Describe what happens to refracted light.  Light and Color Notes  Refraction, Transmission, and Color Worksheets  Great America Field.

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IP  Warmup  Describe what happens to refracted light.  Light and Color Notes  Refraction, Transmission, and Color Worksheets  Great America Field Trip Forms and Money Due Wednesday!!!

IP  Warmup  What is the difference between rods and cones?  Light Demonstrations  Great America Field Trip Forms and Money Due Wednesday!!!

IP  Warmup  What are the three primary colors of light and the three secondary colors of light?  Structure of the Eye  Great America Field Trip Forms and Money Due!!!

IP  Warmup  What is the difference between reflection, refraction, diffraction?  Diffraction - The ability for a wave to bend around an obstacle.  Continue Waves Review  Waves Unit Test Friday

IP  Warmup  What are the three bones in your ear?  Waves Unit Test

IP  Warmup  How is speed calculated?  Speed and Velocity Lab

IP  Warmup  What is the relationship between GPE and velocity of the Matchbox Car from the lab?  Speed/Velocity Matchbox Car Lab Due  Acceleration Formula PowerPoint  Acceleration Practice

IP  Warmup  Describe the difference between speed and acceleration.  Review Acceleration Problems  Velocity and Acceleration Graphing

IP  Warmup  If a car is traveling at a velocity of 50 km/hr, how far did it travel in 4 hours?  Speed and Velocity Worksheet

IP  Warmup  What does a negative acceleration mean?  Journey to the Bus Stop Worksheet  Distance and Time Graphs Activity

IP  Warmup  What does a Distance vs. Time graph look like when a person is walking at a constant speed.  Complete Distance vs. Time Graphs Activity  How Fast worksheet  Speed, Velocity, Acceleration Quiz Tomorrow

IP  Warmup  How does an object accelerate?  Speed, Velocity, Acceleration Quiz

IP  Warmup  What do you know about Newton’s Laws?  Newton’s Laws Intro (PPT/Notes)  Force Problems

IP  Warmup  What happens to the amount of force if you increase mass or acceleration?  Review Force Problems  Complete Additional Force Problems

IP  No School

IP  No School

IP  Warmup   Intro Trebuchet Project  Begin Medieval Siege

IP  No Class – All School Testing

IP  No Class – All School Testing

IP  Warmup  no warmup  Complete Medieval Siege Video  Begin Trebuchet Research (Day 2)

IP Warmup  Describe how a trebuchet works. Complete Trebuchet research and Design Ideas (Day 2) Must be teacher reviewed before building

IP  Warmup  What type of Counterweight do you plan to construct? Fixed or hinged? Why?  Begin Trebuchet Building  Complete Day 3 Daily Log  The logs will be checked daily

IP Warmup  What is the most difficult part of building the trebuchet so far? Teacher Check of Day 3 Daily Log Day 4 Trebuchet Building Day 4 Daily Log

IP Great America Physics Day Warmup  Describe how you plan to reinforce your trebuchet. Teacher Check of Day 4 Daily Log Day 5 Trebuchet Building Day 5 Daily Log

IP  Warmup  Teacher Check of Day 5 Daily Log Day 6 Trebuchet Building Day 6 Daily Log

IP Warmup  What adjustments are you currently making to your trebuchet, why? Check off on Day 6 Day 7 Daily Log and Trebuchet Building

IP  Warmup  What should happen to the distance of the projectile thrown as the counterweight is increased? Why? Check off on Day 7 Day 8 Daily Log and Trebuchet Building All groups should be testing and recording data today

IP Warmup  How does the mass of the projectile affect the distance thrown? Check off on Day 8 Day 9 Daily Log and Trebuchet Building All groups should be testing and recording data today

IP Warmup  How do you think a longer sling would affect the projectile? Check off on Day 9 Day 10 Daily Log and Trebuchet Building All groups should be testing and recording data today

IP  STEM Competition at Tinley Park  Warmup 

IP Warmup  What was your biggest obstacle in building the Trebuchet? Check off on Day 9 Day 10 Daily Log and Trebuchet Building All groups should be testing and recording data today

IP  Warmup  What physics concepts were covered throughout the trebuchet lab?  Complete Lab Packet Questions  Complete Lab Partner Evaluation  Submit Completed Lab Packets

IP Ecology Club Field Trip Warmup  Mechanical Advantage Packet 28

IP Warmup  What is Mechanical Advantage? Complete Peer Evaluations Newton’s Laws Research

IP  Warmup  What does this quote mean? “We build too many walls and not enough bridges” – Sir Isaac Newton Complete Newton Research

IP Warmup  Provide an Example for Newton’s 3 rd Law. Newton’s Laws Identification Activity

IP  Warmup  Provide an example of Newton’s First Law.  Review Newton’s Laws Problems from yesterday.  Momentum Problems  Newton’s Law Review  Newton’s Laws Quiz Wednesday

IP Warmup  Provide an example of centripetal force. Review Worksheet Due Newton’s Laws Quiz Intro Work Problems

IP Warmup  Escape! Car Crash Video (Nova) Video Worksheet

IP  Warmup   Review Newton’s Laws Quiz  Work and Power Problems

IP No School – Memorial Day

IP  Warmup   Work and Power Lab  Review for Finals

IP Warmup  Review for Finals

IP Warmup  Review for Finals

IP  Warmup   Review for Finals

IP Last Day of Review Before Finals Day 1 (5, 3, 7) Day 2 (4, 8, 6) Day 3 (1, 2, Make-up)

IP  Finals Exams  Periods 5, 3, 7

IP Final Exams Periods 4, 8, 6

IP Final Exams Periods 1, 2, and Make-up

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