Physics

Physics is a year-long course focused on motion, forces, energy, momentum, gravity, acoustic waves, and electromagnetism.

Quarter 4 Planning

Syllabus

Physics Syllabus (Trimble 2020-21 CDL)

These are my copies of some recent lecture notes (newest at the top):

Notes 17 Arduino.pdf
Notes 18 Breadboards.pdf
Notes 16.5 Ohm’s Law.pdf
Notes 15 Electric Charge and Coulomb’s Law.pdf
Notes 16.1 Voltage, Current, and Power.pdf
Notes 12.5 Doppler Effect.pdf
Notes 14.2 Refraction.pdf
Notes 12.3 Intensity of Sound.pdf
Notes 12.4 Frequency and Pitch of Sound.pdf
Notes 11.3 Longitudinal Waves .pdf
Notes 11.4 Wave Speed.pdf
Notes 11.1 Simple Harmonic Motion.pdf
Notes 11.2 Transverse Waves.pdf
Notes 5.4 Orbit.pdf
Notes 5.2 Centripetal Force.pdf
Notes 4.3 Parabolic Motion.pdf
Notes 4.2 Projectile Motion.pdf
Notes 4.1 Inclined Planes.pdf
Notes 4.0 Modeling 2D Motion.pdf
Notes 3.2 Forces & Friction.pdf
Physics Study Guide for Test #2 (Trimble 2020-21)
Notes 3.1-4_ Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion.pdf
Notes 2.7 Gravity.pdf
Notes 2.4-2.5 Acceleration.pdf
Notes 2.3 Instantaneous Velocity.pdf
Notes 2.2 Average Velocity.pdf
Notes 2.1 Position & Displacement.pdf

These are a few of my favorite videos about gravity:

  • I teach a rigorous curriculum aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards.

  • Assignments are posted daily in Google Classroom (classroom.google.com)

  • Grades are posted in the Home Access Center grade book (HAC)

  • The table below lists some marks you may see in the Home Access Center grade book: