Mrs. Barravecchio  email  rbarravecchio@schools.nyc.gov Welcome Back! Upcoming Dates  Exam #2 Forces, Energy and Motion on Monday 11.18 and Tuesday 11.19 (802 and 803)  review sheet below Quiz on Acceleration of Friday 10.26 Exam #1  Energy and Motion on Tuesday 10.15 Quiz on Energy and Motion on Tuesday 10. 8 Quiz on Scientific Investigation on Tuesday 9.17 Grading Policy: 15% Quizzes 35% Exams 15% Projects 15% Homework 20% Labs and Classwork Homework: Week of November 18 Monday  review for exam Tuesday  Exam on unit 1  forces, energy and motion Wednesday  vocab define key words (star, universe, galaxy, gravity,
planet, rotation, revolution) in notebook and goal sheet for unit 2 signed  due on Friday (802 and 803) due on Monday (801) Thursday  vocab (see Wednesday) Friday  test corrections and signature (unit 1  goal sheet and exam) Week of November 12 Tuesday  p. 12 #16 on loose leaf  write question, answer and explanation due on Thursday (except 801 due on Friday) Thursday  read p.332 and in your notebook  describe the parts of the a closed circuit due on Friday (except 801  due on Monday) Friday  study for next week's exam! Week of Nov. 3 Monday  please bring in a picture of yourself in action. It should be on a black and white copy on printer paper. Please see me or email me if this is a problem. All pictures must be in by Friday. Tuesday  prepare for the Socratic Seminar on Speeding in NYC. Think about how this relates to Newton's law. Students must come prepared with questions and notes. The seminars will take place on Wednesday for 803, Thursday 802 and Friday for 801. Week of October 28 Monday  P. 343 #14 question and answer on loose leaf due on Wednesday Wednesday  read p. 348352 on loose leaf  describe four types of simple machines  due on Friday Week of October 21 Monday  TEST signed, corrections, and returned into the submit bin on TUESDAY 10.22!!!!! lab report for Lab 1.5  Impact due on Tuesday
Tuesday  copy and complete the following questions on loose leaf. Be sure to show givens, formula and answer with units. 1. A car starts at rest and reaches a speed of 22 m/s in 11 seconds. What is the rate of acceleration for the driver? 2. A bicyclists pedals 3,500km to the north in 30 minutes, what is the speed of the individual? What is the velocity? WednesdayThursday  review notes  quiz on Friday on acceleration Week of October 15 Tuesday and Wednesday  Exam  Energy and Motion Thursday  review notes on acceleration Friday  complete the lab
Week of October 7 Monday  review for tomorrow's QUIZ Tuesday  quiz on Motion and energy Thursday  review for Tuesday's exam (scientific method, energy, speed, graphs) Friday  review for exam and complete lab conclusion questions Analyze your data (801/803) •1. Use your distancetime graphs to
compare the slopes for each of your trials and describe two
observations and one inference. •2. Describe what the slope represents in
this activity. • •3. If you looked at all the distancetime
graphs that your classmates created, what would you look for to find out who is
a very fast runner?
•4. What are sources of error in the
experiment Analyze your data (802) • 1.Use your distancetime graphs to
compare the slopes for each of your trials and describe your observation.
•2. Describe what the slope represents in
this activity.
•3. If you looked at all the distancetime
graphs that your classmates created, what would you look for to find out who is
a very fast runner? Week of October 2 Wednesday and Thursday  complete the graph from class Friday  complete the lab packet on measurement; study for next week's quiz on motion(speed formula) and energy types Week of September 23: Monday  complete lab report (include data and detailed conclusion including hypothesis and evidence to support as well as sources of error)  due on Thursday Tuesday  read p. 295296; in a paragraph describe where energy comes from (on loose leaf due on Thursday) Thursday  read p. 305306; describe the three types of heat transfers
Week of September 16: QUIZ on TUESDAY on Scientific method be sure to review  hypothesis, iv, dv, and how to make an experiment valid. Monday  on loose leaf copy the question and answer the following questions p. 41 #14. Also answer on p. 41  discussion question on the top of the page. Due on Thursday (801  due on Friday) Thursday  copy and paste the following address to open a pdf file https://www.problemattic.com/pdf/g47e5wta please print this file and answer all the questions. Due on MOnday (802 due on Tuesday) Week of September 9: Monday  sign textbook form and hand in by Wednesday Tuesday  vocab due on Friday  define the following terms in the back of your notebook  independent variable, dependent variable, constant,
control group, hypothesis Friday  in your notebook  explain two pros and two cons of experimental design lab ; study for Tuesday's quiz on experimental design Week of September 5
