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# Oct. 19, 2012

Oct. 19, 2012. AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Acceleration Review 3 – Finish Acceleration Assignments. Today’s Goal: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method Homework Finish packet except pages 7, 10-17. CHAMPS for Bell Ringer.

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## Oct. 19, 2012

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1. Oct. 19, 2012 AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Acceleration Review 3 – Finish Acceleration Assignments Today’s Goal: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method Homework • Finish packet except pages 7, 10-17

2. CHAMPS for Bell Ringer C – Conversation – No Talking H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions A – Activity – Solve Bell Ringer on binder paper. Homework out on desk M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Notebook or Paper P – Participation – Be in assigned seats, work silently S – Success – Get a stamp! I will collect!

3. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: 1. Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

4. 4 MINUTES REMAINING…

5. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: 1. Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

6. 3 MINUTES REMAINING…

7. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: 1. Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

8. 2 MINUTES REMAINING…

9. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: 1. Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

10. 1minute Remaining…

11. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: 1. Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

12. 30 Seconds Remaining…

13. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: 1. Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

14. BELL-RINGER TIME IS UP!

15. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: 1. Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

16. Friday, Oct. 19th (p. 22) Objective: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method . Bell Ringer: • Your car is initially parked. You speed up to 60 m/s in 6s. What is your acceleration? a = (60 – 0 m/s)/6 s = 10 m/s2 2. How do you calculate acceleration from a velocity time graph?

17. Shout Outs Period 5 – Karen Robinson Period 7 – Davia Washington, Christopher Yates, Riccardo Tucker

18. Oct. 19, 2012 AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Acceleration Review 3 – Finish Acceleration Assignments Today’s Goal: Students will be able to understand how to calculate acceleration using a step by step method Homework • Finish packet except pages 7, 10-17

19. Week 6 Weekly Agenda Monday – Acceleration Tuesday – Acceleration Wednesday – Acceleration & Results Section of Labs Thursday – Acceleration Lab Friday – Review Quiz on Monday!

20. CHAMPS for Acceleration Problems C – Conversation – No Talking unless directed to work in groups H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions A – Activity – Solve Problems on Page 6-11 M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Packet Pages 6-11 P – Participation – Complete Page 6-11 S – Success – Understand all Problems

21. Solving Kinematics Problems Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable Step 3: Identify the missing variable Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation:Step 5: Solve for the missing variable. Step 6: Substitute and solve.

22. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 8) • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds?

23. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities

24. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities

25. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable • Δx= 9000 m • Δt = 12.12 s

26. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 3: Identify the missing variable • Δx= 9000 m • Δt = 12.12 s • v = ?

27. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation: • Δx = 9000 m • Δt = 12.12 s • v = ? • Δx = xf – xi v = Δx/Δt a = (vf – vi)/Δt

28. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation: • Δx = 9000 m • Δt = 12.12 s • v = ? • Δx = xf – xi v = Δx/Δt a = (vf – vi)/Δt

29. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation: • Δx= 9000 m • Δt = 12.12 s • v = ? • Δx = xf – xi v = Δx/Δt a = (vf – vi)/Δt

30. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 5: Solve for the missing variable • Δx= 9000 m • Δt = 12.12 s • v = ? • Δx = xf – xi v = Δx/Δt a = (vf – vi)/Δt

31. Solving Kinematics Problems • 1. What is the velocity of a rocket that travels 9000 meters in 12.12 seconds? • Step 6: Substitute and solve. • Δx = 9000 m • Δt = 12.12 s • v = ? • v = Δx/Δt = 9000 m/12.12 s= 742 m/s

32. Solving Kinematics Problems Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable Step 3: Identify the missing variable Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation:Step 5: Solve for the missing variable. Step 6: Substitute and solve.

33. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Do Question 2 with your groups!

34. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities

35. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities

36. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable

37. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable • Δx= 528 s • Δt= 4 s

38. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 3: Identify the missing variable • Δx= 528 s • Δt = 4 s • v = ?

39. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation: • Δx = 528 s • Δt = 4 s • v = ? • Δx = xf – xi v = Δx/Δt a = (vf – vi)/Δt

40. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 5: Solve for the missing variable. • Δx = 528 s • Δt = 4 s • v = ? • v = Δx/Δt

41. Solving Kinematics Problems • 2. What is the velocity of a jet plane that travels 528 meters in 4 seconds? • Step 6: Substitute and solve. • Δx = 528 s • Δt = 4 s • v = ? • v = Δx/Δt = 528 m / 4 s = 132 m/s

42. Solving Kinematics Problems Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable Step 3: Identify the missing variable Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation:Step 5: Solve for the missing variable. Step 6: Substitute and solve.

43. Solving Kinematics Problems • You do question 3!

44. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 4. The space shuttle Endeavor is launched to altitude of • 500 km above the surface of earth. The shuttle travels at an average rate of 700 m/s. How long will it take for Endeavor to reach its orbit? • Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities

45. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 4. The space shuttle Endeavor is launched to altitude of • 500 km above the surface of earth. The shuttle travels at an average rate of 700 m/s. How long will it take for Endeavor to reach its orbit? • Step 1: Read the Problem, underline key quantities

46. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 4. The space shuttle Endeavor is launched to altitude of • 500 km above the surface of earth. The shuttle travels at an average rate of 700 m/s. How long will it take for Endeavor to reach its orbit? • Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable

47. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 4. The space shuttle Endeavor is launched to altitude of • 500 km above the surface of earth. The shuttle travels at an average rate of 700 m/s. How long will it take for Endeavor to reach its orbit? • Step 2: Assign key quantities a variable • Δx = 500 km * 1000 m / km = 500,000 m • v = 700 m/s

48. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 4. The space shuttle Endeavor is launched to altitude of • 500 km above the surface of earth. The shuttle travels at an average rate of 700 m/s. How long will it take for Endeavor to reach its orbit? • Step 3: Identify the missing variable • Δx = 500 km * 1000 m / km = 500,000 m • v = 700 m/s

49. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 4. The space shuttle Endeavor is launched to altitude of • 500 km above the surface of earth. The shuttle travels at an average rate of 700 m/s. How long will it take for Endeavor to reach its orbit? • Step 3: Identify the missing variable • Δx = 500 km * 1000 m / km = 500,000 m • v = 700 m/s • Δt = ?

50. Solving Kinematics Problems (p. 6) • 4. The space shuttle Endeavor is launched to altitude of • 500 km above the surface of earth. The shuttle travels at an average rate of 700 m/s. How long will it take for Endeavor to reach its orbit? • Step 4: Choose the pertinent equation: • Δx = 500 km * 1000 m / km = 500,000 m • v = 700 m/s • Δt = ? • Δx = xf – xi v = Δx/Δt a = (vf – vi)/Δt

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