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Physics - Unit 1 - Scientific Modeling Assignment/ Assessment and Date

P1.1 C SM I can explain proper data collection techniques. Be able to identify uncertainties in measurement and suggest ways to correct for these uncertainties. (due to measuring device, technique, or event) Explain why it is useful to maximize range of data, take many data points, and taking multiple measurements for each data point.
P1.2 C SM I can represent data graphically and mathematically. Be able to label and scale a graph, plot data, draw a linear best fit line, find slope and y-intercept w/correct units. Understand that the appearance of a graph depends on the scale chosen and uncertainty in the data...dont be fooled into thinking there is a certain pattern when there isnt or vice versa. Think about how the appearance of the graph would change if the scale changed, or if the data points graphed were at the ends of their ranges. Be able to write a math equation for a linear relationship - In this equation, distinguish between a variable, number, and units. P1.3 A SM I can use clear sentences to explain the meaning of various parts of a graph for a scientific experiment. What information does the y-intercept, slope of a graph tell us about the experiment? Be able to make a written statement about a slopes number and units - EX. The slope is 5 cm/yr, this means that...

P1.4 A SM I can make predictions using data depicted in a graph or math equation. P1.5 A SM I can distinguish between an experiment and a model and elaborate on factors that affect whether a model is acceptable. Includes why it is beneficial to represent a model in multiple ways. Not assessed: I can explain the steps of the modeling cycle we will be following in class.

Physics - Unit 2 - Constant Velocity Particle Model Assignment/ Assessment and Date

2.1 C CVPM I can draw and interpret diagrams to represent the motion of an object moving with a constant velocity. Includes position-vs-time graphs, velocity-vs-time graphs, motion maps. Recognize the features of a diagram that represent constant velocity vs. changing velocity. Be able to translate from one graph to another or to describe the motion in words based on the graph. Find the average velocity using the slope of an x-t graph. Find the change in position using the area beneath a v-t graph.

2.2 A CVPM I differentiate between position, distance, and displacement.

2.3 A CVPM I can solve problems involving average speed and average velocity.

Physics - Unit 3 - Balanced Force Particle Model Assignment/ Assessment and Date

3.1 C BFPM I can draw properly labeled diagrams showing all forces acting on an object. Includes system, force, net force, and force vector addition diagrams. I can identify surrounding objects interacting with an object, and the forces they exert on the object. I know when two surfaces must be experiencing a friction interaction.

3.2 C BFPM When given one force, I can describe its N3L force pair.

3.3 A BFPM I can relate balanced/unbalanced forces to an objects constant/changing motion. Be able to determine the direction of the net force based on the objects motion. 3.4 A BFPM I can use N1L to quantitatively determine the forces acting on an object moving at a constant velocity. Includes angled forces.

Physics - Unit 4 - Constant Acceleration Particle Model Assignment/ Assessment and Date

4.1 C CAPM I can draw and interpret diagrams to represent the motion of an object moving with a changing velocity. Includes position-vs-time graphs, velocity-vs-time graphs, acceleration vs. time graphs, motion maps. Find the instantaneous or average velocity from the slope of the x-t graph. Find average acceleration from the slope of a v-t graph. Find change-in-position from the area beneath a v-t graph. Find change-in-velocity from the area beneath an a-t graph. Describe the motion of an object in words based on a motion diagram/graph.

4.2 C CAPM I differentiate between acceleration and velocity. Also differentiate between velocity and change-invelocity. 4.3 A CAPM I correctly interpret the meaning of the sign of the acceleration. The sign of the acceleration matches the sign of the slope on the velocity-vs-time graph. 4.4 A CAPM I can describe the motion of an object in words using the velocity-vs-time graph.

4.5 A CAPM I can solve problems involving objects that are accelerating.

Physics - Unit 5 - Unbalanced Force Particle Model Assignment/ Assessment and Date

5.1 C UBFPM I use multiple diagrams and graphs to represent objects moving at a changing velocity. Motion graphs (x-, v-, a-t), motion map, force diagram, force vector addition diagram, net force diagram, system diagram (schema) 5.2 C UBFPM My force diagrams look qualitatively accurate (balanced or unbalanced in the correct directions, relative sizes of forces).

5.3 A UBFPM I can solve problems using Newtons 2nd Law (Fnet = ma).

Physics - Unit 6 - 2d Motion and Uniform Circular Motion Model Assignment/ Assessment and Date

6.1 A 2DM I can solve problems involving objects experiencing projectile motion. Identify when an object is in free fall (the only force acting on it is Fearth). Use CVPM for x-direction motion, CAPM for ydirection motion of a projectile. 6.2 A 2DM I can accurately represent a projectile in multiple ways (graphs, diagrams, etc). Draw separate x- and y- position, velocity, acceleration graphs for the projectile.

6.3 C UCM I can explain acceleration in terms of change in direction.

6.4 A UCM I can draw multiple diagrams to represent an object moving in a circle at a constant speed. Includes motion map, force diagram, net force diagram I can determine the direction an object would travel if the central net force were removed and explain why this would happen.

Physics - Unit 7 - Conservation of Energy Model Assignment/ Assessment and Date

7.1 C COEM I can use words, diagrams, pie charts, and bar graphs (LOLs) to represent the way the flavor and total amount of energy in a system changes (or doesnt change). Includes kinetic, elastic, gravitational, and internal storage mechanisms

7.2 C COEM I identify when the total energy of a system is changing or not changing, and I can identify the reason for the change. Differentiate between when energy is stored in a system and energy is transferred into or out of a system.
7.3 A COEM I can use the relationship between the parallel force applied to an object and the displacement of the object to calculate the work done on that object. I can calculate the work done when the force and the displacement are not in the same direction. I can calculate the work done by a particular force as well as the net work done to an object or system. I can find the change in energy for an object by calculating the area under an Fparallel-displacement graph. 7.4 A COEM I can use the conservation of energy to solve problems, starting from my fundamental principle. I can identify multiple snapshots (states) to analyze for a system in a given situation. I can define different systems for the same situation, and I can represent the energy and how it changes (or doesnt change) for each system definition.

7.5 A COEM I differentiate between energy and power. Includes calculating average power.

Physics - Unit 8 - Conservation of Momentum Model Assignment/ Assessment and Date

8.1 C COMM I can calculate the momentum of and the impulse on an object (or system) with direction and proper units.

8.2 C COMM I can draw and analyze momentum bar charts for 1-D interactions (IF charts). Know the difference between momentum and velocity (and which is conserved in a collision hint: it is momentum, not velocity). Identify when the impulse on a system is zero or nonzero. 8.3 A COMM I can explain a situation in words using momentum concepts.