2-9-18 Gravity and Orbits Simulation

February 9, 2018 on 11:21 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Click Here for Simulation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1/31/18

January 31, 2018 on 6:59 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Physics

Here is the final Mass vs. Acceleration graph for the 2nd Law Lab. Please draw it on the lower half of the last page. YOU DO NOT NEED TO DRAW THE DATA POINT DOTS! Instead, draw and label the x- and y-axes, then draw the blue curve that passes through the data points. BE SURE to draw the uphill part of the curve which extends upward to the left of the data points. Please note that the curve never crosses the x- or y-axes.

 

M vs a graph, 2017-18

1-8-18

January 8, 2018 on 9:17 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

8th Grade Math

Watch all 3 of the following videos and take notes (to access each video, click on the video link below and it will take you to the website you need). After the videos, go to ALEKS and do the assignment called “Variables on Both Sides Part 2”. As always, SHOW YOUR WORK ON PAPER!

Video 1 Link

 

Video 2 Link

 

Video 3 Link

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Math Video for December 7, 2017

December 7, 2017 on 11:24 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Here is the video. WRITE DOWN THE NOTES FROM THE VIDEO and I will check them tomorrow:

Combining Like Terms Video:

Graphs for Ice Block Lab Analysis

November 9, 2017 on 3:54 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Period 1

Slope vs. Acceleration

P1 slope v Accel

Mass vs. Acceleration

P1 mass v Accel

Period 4

Slope vs. Acceleration

P4 slope v Accel

Mass vs. Acceleration

P4 mass v Accel

 

9/25/17

September 25, 2017 on 11:08 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Physics

Today we finished our lab graphs. See Mr. Ward to make this up in the classroom as it must be done with a specific computer program (but Video 2.13.6 in Weber Online will show you how to make it, and you can actually check out a program disc and do it at home if you want to). Here is the finished graph for the lab analysis.

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8th Grade Math

Today we (re)took Quiz 1 in math; see Mr. ward to make it up (it CANNOT) be done at home.

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9/22/17

September 22, 2017 on 11:59 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Physics

Today we took Velocity Quiz 1 in physics; see Mr. ward to make it up (it CANNOT) be done at home.

8th Grade Math

Today we took Quiz 1 in math; see Mr. ward to make it up (it CANNOT) be done at home.

 

 

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9/15/17

September 15, 2017 on 7:44 am | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Physics

Please go to Page 2.1 in Weber Online and watch the video there while using headphones. Then do the blue worksheet while checking your answers in Weber Online Assignment 2.1 (it’s under the “ToDo” heading, lower center of Page 2.1).

8th Grade Math

Watch the following video and take notes (which I will check tomorrow). Then go to ALEKS and work on the assignment entitled “Adding and Subtracting Fractions” AND SHOW YOUR WORK ON YOUR OWN PAPER! This homework is due on Monday. If your internet is off at home, you may ask the sub for a printed copy, but BE AWARE that you will have to CHECK YOUR ANSWERS using the key in my classroom, AND correct your mistakes BEFORE I will give you any points for this assignment. This option is longer and more tedious and is not for students who just don’t feel like going online.

Here is the video: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/fraction-arithmetic/arith-review-add-sub-fractions/v/adding-small-fractions-with-unlike-denominators

 

 

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9/14/17

September 14, 2017 on 3:11 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Physics

Today we continued work on the Chair Racing Lab. We will continue work on the lab in class; it is not yet homework. See Calendar tab above for dates. You can download the lab worksheet in Weber Online on Page 2.13  (log in with your regular school login info and navigate to the desired page using the numbered menu on the right). You can see a video of today’s lab work on Page 2.13 (if you log in to Weber Online FIRST, then click HERE, it may take you directly to Page 2.13). Watch the video and fill out the hypothesis and procedure on the lab worksheet as you watch. When you are done, show me your lab paper to claim your lost participation points.

8th Grade Math

Today we reviewed how to add and subtract fractions. You can see the video of the lesson  in Weber Online on Page 1.5.1 (log in with your regular school login info, select “8th GR Math from the drop down menu at the top left, and navigate to the desired page using the numbered menu on the right; if you log in to Weber Online FIRST, then click HERE, it may take you directly to Page 1.5.1). Watch the video and take notes as you watch. When you are done, show me your notes to claim your lost participation points.

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