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Topic 4 and 9– Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves

 

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Class

Due on this class

 

 

1

Apr 11/12

-Intro to Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)

-Kinematics of SHM

Read: 11.1,3

 

 

2

Apr 13/14

-Dynamics and Energy in SHM

-Resonance (Intro/Film)

-Resonance Demos/Destroying the School

Read: 11.2,4-6

Check1 #1A: 11.1: 1, 2, 6, 7, 11, 12

 

 

3

Apr 18/20

-More Resonance

 

Check #2A: 11.1: 16, 17, 21, 22

 

 

4

Apr 21/22

-Intro to Waves: Frequency, wavelength and velocity

 

Read: 11.7

Turn in: 11.1: 1, 2, 6, 7, 11, 12, 16, 17, 21, 22 (Checks 1A, 2A)

 

 

5

Apr 25/26

-Types of waves /Energy Transport

-Reflections

Read:  11.8,9,11

Practice[1]: 11: 36(2.2 m/s), 37

 

 

6

Apr 27/28

 

-Superposition and Interference patterns

-Young's double slit experiment (qualitative)

-Standing waves intro

Read: 11.12,13 23.2[2]

Practice: 11: 38(190 m to 550 m, and 2.78 m to 3.41 m)

 

 

7

Apr 29/

May 2

-Standing waves frequency and wavelength

-Standing wave demos

Read: 12.4

Practice: 12: 46(343 Hz, 1029 Hz, 1715 Hz)

 

 

8

May 3/4

-The Doppler effect/Shock Waves

-Pass out FA 11.1, 12.1, 12.2

Read: 12.1,2,3,5,6

Check #1B: 12.1: 1a-c, 2a-c on front, 1, 2, 3 on the back

 

 

9

May 5/6

-Sound Introduction –-Beat formation

-Sound, Standing waves and Music

-Description of Sound lab

Read: 11.15, 24.5

Check #2B: 12.2: 1, 3, 5, 9, 10

 

 

May 9/10

Oaks Park Prep

 

 

 

May 11/12

Oaks Park Prep

 

 

 

May 13

Oaks Park Day!!!!!!!

 

 

 

May 17/18

Work on Presentations

Check #3B: 11.1: 3, 8, 13, 18, 23

 

 

May 19/20

Work on Presentations

Check #4B: 12.1: 3a-c on front, 4, 5, 6, on the back

 

 

May 23/24

Work on Presentations

Check #5B: 12.2: 2, 4, 6, 7, 11, 12

 

 

May 25/26

Oaks Park Presentations to Class

 

 

 

10

May 27/31

Summative Assessments on:

11.1 - Simple Harmonic Motion

12.1 - Standing Waves

12.2 - Doppler Effect

Turn In: Checks 1B - 5B

Turn In: FA 11.1, 12.1, 12.2

 

 

11

Jun 1/2

 -Sound lab or SHM Lab  - An eclectic group project

Read: 12.7,8

Practice: 11: 66(1.7x10-2 m), 12: 1, 30(0.656 m, 262 Hz, 1.31 m, and the same as in the pipe, 262 Hz, 1.31 m)

 

 

12

Jun 3/6

-Refraction in one dimension

-Solving refraction problems in two dimensions

-Total internal reflection and critical angle/dispersion

-Hand out FA 12.3

Practice: 12: 34(closed, 88 Hz), 33, 49, 50(1710 Hz, 1420 Hz), 51

Check: Your lab plan

Turn In: Sound  Lab

 

 

13

Jun 7/8

-Diffraction and resolution

-The Rayleigh Criterion

-Bats

Read: 11.14,  23.4

Practice: 12: 53, 54(3.09x104 Hz), 55

Turn In: FA 12.3

 

 

14

Jun 9/10

-Properties of Electromagnetic waves

-Polarisation

Read: 23.5,6, 24.4

Practice #12:  23: 23, 24(1.31), 25

 

 

Finals

Cumulative Super Fun Final yay its so fun and i love it hyarney yarrr boys

 

 

4 Formative Assessments/3 Summative:

·          11.1 – Simple Harmonic Motion

·          12.1 – Standing Waves

·          12.2 – Doppler and interference

·          12.3 – Refraction and interference (Formative Only)

2 Sets of formative homework - Checks 1A, 2A, and Checks 1B-5B

A Cumulative Final (Don't freak out - I will tell you exactly what is on it)

Two Labs:

·          Sound lab – Your own procedure – done in class.  No handout.

·          Oaks Park – Student presentations of analysis of work done at Oaks Park

 

Handouts:

·          This Syllabus

·          Simple Harmonic Motion (worksheet)

·          Oaks Park

o    Permission/Parent Letter

o    Prearrange

o    Oaks Park Lab

·          FA11.1 – Simple Harmonic Motion

·          FA12.1 – Standing Waves

·          FA12.2 – Doppler and interference

·          FA12.3 – Refraction and interference

 



[1] "Practice" problems are optional.  "Check" means you turn them in

[2] Yes – this is not a typo.  Chapter 23 starts on page 683, and 24 on 723.   We jump around a bit in this chapter.