Andrew Smith

Due Date: 

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

PHYSICS 12

 

Term I

Labs/problems write-ups/solutions.

Note: Tests and assignments – check with teacher for schedules.

Newton's 3 Laws.

Equilibrium test. Ch 10 test.

Read text  pg. 450-595.

Terms: tension (475), counterweight (478), system, external/internal forces (482). pg. 532-537 trajectory, projectile, range, parabolas.

pg. 545-6 VARIABLES  - T, dx, R, Vfy2, H, Viy, dy, Vi.

Text Questions pg. 475 # 1,2,5 to 11.pg. 489 # 1,4. pg. 502 # 3,4,5. pg. 526 # 1,4,5,8. Text questions pg. 567 # 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11. Universal Gravitation - Assignment.

Text book questions pg. 586 # 1,2,3,4,5,6 pg. 594 # 1,2,3,4.

 

Term II

Assignment

Text book questions pg. 693 # 1,2 pg. 703 # 1,2,4 pg. 714 # 1,2 pg.733 # 1.

Due 30.11.16

Electricity and Magnetism.

Text book questions pg. 767 # 2 pg. 780 # 1

Practice Problems pg. 778 # 1,2,3,4 (see example answers pg. 963)

Problems for Understanding pg. 799 # 27 a,b,c (see example answers pg. 963).

Read Chapters 15 to 16 pg. 686 to 797.

Due 02.12.16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICS 11

 

Term I

Labs/problems write-ups/solutions.        

Note: Tests and assignments – check with teacher for schedules.

Ch 1 test. Ch 2 + 3 test.

Read text  pg. 2-206.

Text questions pg. 12 # 1-5 pg. 19 # 1,4,5 pg. 46 # 1-3 pg. 60 # 1,3. pg. 70 # 1,3,6,7. pg. 89 #1. pg. 103 #1,4. pg.114 # 1,2,3,6. Paper on Gottfried Leibnz vs. Isaac Newton - Due 21.10.2016.Text questions pg. 129 # 1, 4, 6 a pg. 147 # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Forces - Assignment.

Text book questions pg. 159 # 1,2,3,4,5,6 pg. 176 # 1,2,8,9.

 

Term II

Energy assignment

Text book assignment pg. 235 # 1,4 pg. 246 # 1,3 pg. 261 #1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9. pg. 271 # 1,3

Due 01.12.16

Text book assignment pg. 300 # 1,2,4,6 pg. 309 # 1 pg. 322 # 1,2,3,4,5,6

Due 05.12.16

Read text book pg. 214 to 331.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY 12

 

Term I

Labs/problems write-ups/solutions.

Note: Tests and assignments – check with teacher for schedules.

Ch 12 test. Ch 13 test.

Read text pg. 460-617.

Terms pg. 486 & 535.

Alchem equilibrium pg. 327 # 1-3,4-6, 9,10. Assignments.
Text questions Practice Problems pg. 513 # 22, 23.  pg. 529-30 # 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37.
Section Review 13.3 pg. 533 # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Reviewing Key Terms pg. 579 ( Arrhenius Theory of acids/bases to pOH).

Reviewing Key Terms pg. 617 ( monporotic acids to acid-base titration curve).

 

Term II

Thermochemistry assignment

Heat hand-out questions # 1 to 15.

Due 30.11.16

Thermodynamics assignment.

Heat hand-out.

Questions pg. 258 # 1,2,3 pg. 261 # 1,2,3 pg. 283 # 1,2,3

Due 02.12.16

Read text book pg. 624 to 709.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY 11

 

Term I

Labs/problems write-ups/solutions, work sheets.

Ch 1,2,3 tests.

Note: Tests and assignments – check with teacher for schedules.

Work sheets # 1-30. Reading: Gold and Gastronomy, science/chemistry knowledge test (OB). Chemistry Reading: 9/11 Cover Up. Gas Laws assignment.

Read text pg. 2-151.

Famous Chemist Research Essay. 200 words minimum.

Five chemists provided (see copies and rubric).

Student gives opinion on who they think was most important (argue for the case), as well as including details of who they were etc...

 

Term II

Bonding assignment

Ionic and Covalent Bonding - questions on last page # 1 to 5.

See copies (most students have it), extra provided.

Due 25.11.16

Chemical Bonding assignment - Report on Gilbert S. Lewis.

See copies.

Due 02.12.16

Read text book pg. 156 to 317.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE 10

 

Term I

Labs/problems write-ups/solutions, work sheets.

Note: Tests and assignments – check with teacher for schedules.

Unit I test.

Read text pg. 4-190.

Weather I, II, III. Atoms/compounds assignment, CW.

WHMIS section, Safety Test and CW. Assignments - Science in the Media: "For Want of a Better Battery", and three other articles.
Students to find out the who what when where why of the article.

Motion and Technology Assignment.

 

Term II

Motion – assignments I and II. Read Text book (blue) pg. 194 to 271.

Text book questions (blue book)

See example answers, students can summarize and condense example answers.

Section 5.1 Review pg. 219 # 1 to 18.

Section 5.2 Review pg. 227 # 1 to 16.

Section 5.3 Review pg. 231 # 1 to 16.

Due 30.11.16Motion - assignment

Motion - assignment

Text book questions (blue book)

See example answers, students can summarize and condense example answers.

Section 6.1 Review pg. 247 # 1 to 12.

Section 6.2 Review pg.  259 # 1 to 14.

Due 02.12.16

Biosphere Due 09.12.2016

Projects and Awards

Projects and Awards

Awards and Projects

Due Date: 

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Exams.

Review notes, problems, labs, assignments. Look over example exams. Text book references below:

Physics 12: pg 451 to 803

Chemistry 12: pg 460 to 813

Physics 11: pg 2 to 449

Chemistry 11: pg 2 to 459

Science 10: pg 2 to 565

Due Date: 

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

 

Physics 12: Textbook readings pg. 572-649.
Analyze review/example problems.
Kepler and laws report due 29/11/2013.

Physics 11: Finish Newton report (biography and 3 laws etc.) due 28/11/2013.
Textbook reading pg. 124-206. Analyze review/example problems.
Define terms (momentum to compound machine, hand-out pg. 192+212) due 29/11/2013.

Chemistry 12: Thermodynamics intro assignment. Due 29/11/2013.
Textbook reading pg. 542-619. Analyze example problems (eg quadratics).

Chemistry 11: Textbook reading pg. 184-225.
Define terms pg. 225 (coordinate covalent bonding to hydrogen bond). Due 28/11/2013.
Stereo chemistry/polarity project due.

Science 10: Chemical equations.
Textbook reading pg. 136-275.
Complete balancing chemical reactions sheet due 27/11/2013.
Terms pg. 211 (acid to salt) due 27/11/2013.
Chemical Project pg. 263 due 28/11/2013.

 

Due Date: 

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Physics 12: Midterm 06/11/2013. Text book reference pg. 452-550.

Physics 11: Midterm 06/11/2013. Text book reference pg. 1-121.

Chemistry 12: Midterm 07/11/2013. Text book reference pg. 460-541.

Chemistry 11: Midterm 07/11/2013. Text book reference pg. 1-149.

Science 10: Midterm 05/11/2013. Text book reference pg. 1-133.

 

Email for assignments, reports, etc.: asmith@wfns.ca

Due Date: 

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Physics 12: Aerodynamics assignment. Due 23/10/2013.

Physics 11: Kinematics assignment:
Read text pg. 74 to 115. Questions pg. 89 # 1 pg. 103 # 1 (define to differentiate).
Gravity problems assigned in class.
Due 23/10/2013.
Physics reading assignment "Chain Reaction" and "Patently Absurd". Due 25/10/1013.

Chemistry 12: Common Everyday Chemical Equilibria Assignment.
Summarize each chemical process. Include the following -
Chemical reaction with the energy change.
Equilibrium constant expression.
The optimal (favourable) conditions for the product.
Description of the process to make the product.
What is the product used for ? Research required.
3.1 Lime
3.2 Bosch-Haber synthesis of ammonia
3.3 Sulphur trioxide gas and sulphuric acid.
3.4 Methanol.
Due 23/10/2013.Test 30/10/2013.

Chemistry 11: Avogadro report. See photocopy instructions. Due 25/10/2013.
Read text pg. 42-75.
Text questions pg. 52 # 7, 9 pg. 53 # 13, 15 pg. 57 # 16, 17 pg. 59 # 20 pg. 60 # 25.
Due 23/10/2013. See Key pg. 77.
Stoichiometry test 24/10/2013.

Science 10: Sustainability planet home assignment:
Text questions pg. 111 # 1,2,3 pg. 115 # 1,2,3,4 pg. 122 # 1,2,3,4,5.
Due 24/10/2013.

Due Date: 

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Physics 12: Projectile applications assignment:
Information provided but other sources may be used.
For each concept, include a discussion of the following -
History, technology, theory, and everyday examples(50 words for each topic);
Ballistics
Curve/spin tricks
Powered projectiles
Due 22/10/2013.

Physics 11: Kinematics assignment:
Read text pg. 74 to 115. Questions pg. 89 # 1 pg. 103 # 1 (define to differentiate).
Due 22/10/2013.


Chemistry 12: Equilibrium assignment:
Use the provided information.
1. Explain the difference between homogeneous versus heterogeneous reactions - provide  examples given.
2. How is the equilibrium constant obtained ? (writing).
3. What is the equilibrium constant of concentration ? What happens if K is greater or less than 1 ?
4. What is the equilibrium constant of pressure ?
5. What is the quotient equilibrium constant ?
6. What happens to the equilibrium constant in heterogeneous mixtures ? Explain using examples.
7. What happens to the equilibrium constant if the reaction is reversed ?
8. Complete Practice problems # 1 to 5.
Due 21/10/2013.

Chemistry 11: Avogadro report. See photocopy instructions. Due 25/10/2013.
Read text pg. 42-75.
Text questions pg. 52 # 7, 9 pg. 53 # 13, 15 pg. 57 # 16, 17 pg. 59 # 20 pg. 60 # 25.
Due 22/10/2013. See Key pg. 77.

Science 10: Atmospheric cycles assignment - exercise hand-out. Due 17/10/2013.
Text assignment pg. 98 # 1 to 5. Due 20/10/2013.

Pages

Subscribe to