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CP Physics
Ch 15 - Refraction

Friday, November 21, 2003 (Substitute Teacher Day)
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
AGENDA:
Watch Contact
HOMEWORK:
Read 15-2

Monday, November 24, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
p. 587 #16
AGENDA:
Finish watching Contact
Start lab: Index of Refraction (Snell's Law)
HOMEWORK:
Read 15-3

Tuesday, November 25, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
What type of thin lens creates both real, upright and virtual, inverted images?
AGENDA:
Finish Index of Refraction Lab
Demo: Replacing Old Glassware (Index of Refraction)
Notes: 15-1, 15-2, and 15-3
Demo: Total Internal Reflection
Practice worksheets: 15-1, 15-2, and 15-3
HOMEWORK:
Finish worksheets 15-1, 15-2, and 15-3
Create notecard
Study for Ch 15 quest

Wednesday, November 26, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
none (organize packet)
AGENDA:
Go over Ch 15 review worksheets
Ch 15 Quest
Activity: Designing a Periscope
HOMEWORK:
Enjoy your holiday!

Thursday, November 27, 2003 & Friday, November 28, 2003
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - No School

Monday, December 1, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
AGENDA:
Video: NOVA - "Magnetic Storm" (write 10 sentence facts)
Write one full paragraph (half of a page) about one of the special applications of diffraction discussed in Chapter 16.  Topics include CD's, LASER's, TV screens, sprectroscopes, etc.
HOMEWORK:
Finish written description of your Ch 16 "special topic"

Tuesday, December 2, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
If you rub a balloon across your hair on a dry day, the balloon becomes attracted to your hair?  WHY?
AGENDA:
Collect Ch 16 essays
Video with questions - "Atoms and Their Electrons"
Intro to Electric Charge Power Point
Demo: Electrostatic Charge
HOMEWORK:
Read 17-1 (pp. 628-633)
17-1 Section Review: p. 633 #1-6

Wednesday, December 3, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
Describe how a surface charge could be induced on an insulator.  What is the name of this process?
AGENDA:
Check HW (p. 633 #1-6)
Notes: 17-1 and 17-2
Practice 17A #1-2 (p. 636)
Practice 17B #1&2a (p. 639)
Practice 17C #1-2 (p. 641)
HOMEWORK:
Read 17-2 (pp. 634-642)
17-1 Section Review: p. 642 #1-4

Thursday, December 4, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
What does it mean when we say, "The charges are in equilibrium"?
AGENDA:
Check HW (p. 642 #1-4)
Go over yesterday's classwork
      17A #1-2 (p. 636)
      17B #1&2a (p. 639)
      17C #1-2 (p. 641)
Watch first 30 min of video: NOVA "Lightening"
     (write 10 sentence facts)
HOMEWORK:
Wkst: 17-1 and 17-2 Concept Review

Friday, December 5, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
Practice 17A #3 - Two electrostatic point charges of +60.0 microCoulombs and +50.0 microCoulombs exert a repulsive force on each other of 175 N.  What is the distance between the two charges?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (17-1 and 17-2 wkst)
Finish NOVA (last 30 min)- "Lightening"
Shocking notes - The Electric Field!
HOMEWORK:
Read 17-3 (pp. 643-652)
17-3 Section Review: p. 652 #1-5

Monday, December 8, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
Practice 17D #2 - A proton and an electron in a hydrogen atom are separated on average by about 5.3E-11 m.  What is the magnitude and direction of the electric field set up by the proton at the position of the electron?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (p. 652 #1-5)
Notes: 18-1 Electric Potential Energy
Notes: 18-2 Potential Difference
HOMEWORK:
Read 18-1 (pp. 666-669)
18-1 Section Review (p. 669) #1-6 (show all work)

Tuesday, December 9, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
What is the change in electric potential energy if a 3.0 microCoulomb charge moves in a uniform electric field equal to 30 N/C from the origin (0 cm, 0cm) to a point at (0 cm, 25 cm)?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (p. 669 #1-6)
18-2 Examples (finish notes)
Practice worksheet: 18-1 and 18-2 Concept Review
HOMEWORK:
Finish wkst (18-1 and 18-2)

Wednesday, December 10, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
Write the expression that relates kinetic energy to mass and velocity.
AGENDA:
Shocking demonstrations with the Van de Graff generator
Work on Ch 17 and 18 Chapter Reviews (due Friday)
HOMEWORK:
Work on Ch 17 and 18 Chapter Reviews (due Friday)
Ch 17 Reivew (10 points):
   #1-3, 5, 7, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 20, 23, 26-30, 32-34
Ch 18 Review (6 points):
   #2, 6, 9, 13-15

Thursday, December 11, 2003 (substitute teacher)
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
AGENDA:
Work on Ch 17 and 18 Chapter Reviews (due tomorrow)
HOMEWORK:
Finish Ch 17 and 18 Chapter Review
Create notecard to use on tomorrow's test

Friday, December 12, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
none (organize and turn in packet)
AGENDA:
Ch 17 and 18 test
HOMEWORK:
Read 19-1 (pp. 694-699)
19-1 Section Review (p. 699) #1-5

Monday, December 15, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
Practice 19A #4
In a paricular telivision tube, the measured beam current is 60.0 microAmps.  How many electrons strike the screen every second?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (19-1: p. 699 #1-5)
Video - TLC: "WTC - Anatomy of a Collapse" (write 10 sentence facts)
HOMEWORK:
Read 19-2 (pp. 700-707)
19-2 Section Review (p. 707) #1-7

Tuesday, December 16, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
Practice 19B #4
The current in a microwave oven is 6.25 A.  If the resistance of the oven's circuitry is 17.6 ohms, what is the potential difference across the oven?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (p. 707 #1-7)
19-1 Notes: Current
19-2 Notes: Resistance
Begin homework
HOMEWORK:
Wkst: 19-1 and 19-2 Concept Review

Wednesday, December 17, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
Practice 19B
A 1.4 V battery is connected to a small light bulb with a resistance of 3.5 ohms.  What is the current in the bulb?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (Wkst: 19-1 and 19-2 Concept Review)
Notes: 19-3 Electric Power
Wkst: 19-3 Concept Review
HOMEWORK:
Read 19-3 (pp. 708-713)
p. 713 #1-5

Thursday, December 18, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
How much does it cost to run a 100. W stereo for three hours, assuming you are charged $0.13 per kWh?
AGENDA:
Whiteboard review (questions from Ch 19 review in text)
HOMEWORK:
Worksheet: Mixed Review
Create notecard
Study for Ch 19 Quest

Friday, December 19, 2003
SCIENCE STARTER:
none (organize and turn in packet)
AGENDA:
Ch 19 Quest
Mr. Wizzard (if time allows)
HOMEWORK:
Enjoy your holiday!

Monday, January 05, 2004 (substitute teacher day)
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
AGENDA:
Watch GATTACA
HOMEWORK:
Read 20-1
20-1 Section Review (p. 735) #1-5

Tuesday, January 06, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
What could cause a "short circuit"?  What are the hazards involved in a short circuit?
AGENDA:
Finish GATTACA
Check HW (20-1: p. 735 #1-5)
Notes: emf and resistors in series & parallel
Begin homework
HOMEWORK:
Read 20-2 (pp. 736-745)
20-2 Section Review (p. 745) #1-6

Wednesday, January 07, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
Practice 20A (p. 739) #1
Three resistors are arranged in series around a twelve volt battery.  The resitance of each resistor is 6.75 ohms, 15.3 ohms, and 21.6 ohms respectively. 
(A) Calculate the equivalent resistance
(B) Calculate the current in the circuit
AGENDA:
Check HW (20-2: p. 745 #1-6)
Lab: Electric Circuits
Pracitce Problems:
     20A #2-6 (p. 739)
     20B #1-3 (p. 744)
HOMEWORK:
Finish today's practice problems
Read 20-3 (pp. 746-752)

Thursday, January 08, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
Practice 20C (p. 748) #1a
Calculate the equivalent resistance for the circuit shown.
AGENDA:
Check yesterday's classwork (practice 20A #2-6 and 20B #1-3)Notes: Complex Circuits
Practice: 20-3 Section Reivew: p. 752 #1-6
HOMEWORK:
Ch 20 Review: p. 754 #2, 3, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 25
Create notecard for tomorrow's quest
Bring all Ch 20 work tomorrow

Friday, January 09, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
AGENDA:
Turn in Ch 20 packets
Ch 20 quest
View magnetite (a natural magnet)
View magnetic fields around spherical and bar magnets
HOMEWORK:
Read 21-1 (pp. 766-769)
21-1 Section Review: p. 769 #1-5

Monday, January 12, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
Draw a bar magnet and the magnetic field lines around it.
AGENDA:
Check HW (21-1: p. 769 #1-5)
Activity: Using magnetic pole reversal data to determine the rate of sea floor spreading in the Atlantic.
Notes: 21-1 and 21-2
Practice: 21-2 Section Review #1-3
HOMEWORK:
Read 21-2 (pp. 770-772)
Worksheet: 21-1 and 21-2 Concept Review

Tuesday, January 13, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
What indicates that a piece of iron is magnetic, its attraction to or repulsion from another piece of iron?
AGENDA:
Check HW (Worksheet: 21-1 and 21-2 Concept Review)
Notes: Ch 21 - Magnetism
Practice: 21-3 Section Review #1-3
HOMEWORK:
Practice 21 A #1-5
Practice 21 B #1-5

Wednesday, January 14, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
Determine the direction of the magnetic force in the following scenerios (see #31 on p. 782)
AGENDA:
Check HW (Practice 21 A #1-5; Practice 21 B #1-5)
Quick Lab: Electromagnetism (p. 771)
Read 22-1
Practice 22A (p. 800) #1-4
HOMEWORK:
22-1 Section Review: p. 802 #1-4

Thursday, January 15, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
What four factors affect induced current?
AGENDA:
Check HW (p. 802 #1-4)
Notes: 22-1 and 22-2
Practice 22B #1-4
HOMEWORK:
p. 821 #10, 11, 17, 26

Friday, January 16, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
Electricity may be generated by rotating a loop of wire between the poles of a magnet.  The induced current is greatest when the plane of the loop is _________ to the magnetic field.
AGENDA:
Check HW (p. 82 #10, 11, 17, 26)
Demo: What Goes Down Must Come Down
Demo: Lesser Known Uses for Solenoids
Notes: Inductance (22-3)
Practice 22D #1-6
HOMEWORK:
p. 823 #32-34, 38-41

Monday, January 19, 2004
NO SCHOOL - Martin Luthor King Day

Tuesday, January 20, 2004
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
Turn in Ch 21 and Ch 22 packet
AGENDA:
Start reviewing for final exam
HOMEWORK:
Review for final exam

Wednesday, January 21, 2004 (substitute teacher day)
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
AGENDA:
Work on study guide
HOMEWORK:
Review for final exam
Create one page (front and back) of notes

Thursday, January 22, 2004
Final Exam

Friday, January 23, 2004
Per 4 does not meet (per 2 final exam day)
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