# Ms. Wilson

## SCIENCE

Learning is about asking the right questions

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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%.

**ATTENDANCE IS PARAMOUNT TO SUCCESS **

Contact info e-mail bwilson@nemo.k12.ar.us school phone 501-893-2811 |