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Ms. Wilson


Learning is about asking the right questions




  Chemistry Physics Physical Science    



Calculators are required, they do not need to be graphing calculators but they need to be scientific.

Paper, pencils and a notebook will also be needed.

Physical Science- Review and test over forces and momentum

Cover W=Fd  and kinetic and potential energy

P.6.PS.10 Calculate force, mass, and acceleration using Newton’s second law of motion: F = ma Where F =force, m =mass, a =acceleration

P.6.PS.14 Solve problems by using formulas for gravitational potential and kinetic energy: • 2 2 KE = 1 mv • PE = mgh Where KE = kinetic energy, PE = potential energy, m = mass, v = velocity

Chemistry- lab quiz over spectroscopy, electron configuration and all of the rest in these strands

Strand: Atomic Theory Standard 3: Students shall understand how the arrangement of electrons in atoms relates to the quantum model. AT.3.C.1 Correlate emissions of visible light with the arrangement of electrons in atoms: • quantum • c = vλ Where v = frequency ; λ = wavelength AT.3.C.2 Apply the following rules or principles to model electron arrangement in atoms: • Aufbau Principle (diagonal filling order) • Hund’s Rule • Pauli’s Exclusion Principle AT.3.C.3 Predict the placement of elements on the Periodic Table and their properties using electron configuration AT.3.C.4 Demonstrate electron placement in atoms using the following notations: • orbital notations • electron configuration notation • Lewis electron dot structures

Physics- Projectile motion, review and test then begin forces

MF.2.P.6 Describe the path of a projectile as a parabola MF.2.P.7 Apply kinematic equations to solve problems involving projectile motion of an object launched at an angle: vx = vi cosθ = constant x v t Δ = i(cosθ)Δ v v g t y, f = i(sin θ ) − Δ v v g y y f = i (sin ) − 2 Δ 2 2 2 , θ 2 2 1 y v (sin ) t g( t)

MF.2.P.8 Apply kinematic equations to solve problems involving projectile motion of an object launched with initial horizontal velocity v g t y, f = − Δ vx = vx.i =constant v g y y f = −2 Δ 2 , x v t Δ = xΔ 2 2 1 Δy = − g(Δt)


Grading policy-The tests count for 100 points each and the student work and labs count for how ever many points are available. For example if there is a 10 question quiz, it would count as 10 points. This normally works out so that the tests count as approximately 50 % of the total grade and class work, homework and quizzes make up the other 50%.




Contact info

e-mail bwilson@nemo.k12.ar.us

school phone 501-893-2811 



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