## Slides / *Ngā Kirita*^{🔗}

- Speed, Velocity (Slides)
- Acceleration (Slides)
- Distance-Time Graphs (Slides)
- Speed-Time Graphs (Slides)
- Force (Slides)
- Pressure (Slides)
- Gravitational Potential Energy (Slides)
- Kinetic Energy (Slides)
- Energy Transformations (Slides)
- Work & Power (Slides)

## Mahi Kāinga Due Dates

- Monday, August 24th: Mahi Kāinga Booklet Q2, Q3, Q1
- Monday, August 31st: Mahi Kāinga Booklet Q5, Q6
- Monday, September 7th:
- Monday, September 14th: Mahi Kāinga Booklet Q12, Q13, Q14
- Monday, September 21st:
- Monday, October 12th:
- Monday, October 19th: Q30, Q35

## Tutorials

Wednesday lunchtime in Pūtaiao breakout space upstairs, every week until you go on exam leave! Bring something you are unsure about and get help!

## Learning Outcomes */ Ngā Whāinga Ako*

**Motion**- Name the metric units of
**distance**,**time**and**speed**and give their symbols. - Define the term speed.
- Use simple instruments such as rulers and stopwatches to measure distance and time.
- Calculate the
**average speed**of objects. Use $v=d/t$. - Draw
**distance/time graphs**from data obtained in ngā whakamātau. - Use the slope of a distance/time graph to describe and/or calculate the speed of an object.
- Draw
**speed/time**graphs from given data or data obtained in motion ngā whakamātau. - Use the slop of a speed/time graph to describe and/or calculate the speed of an object.
- Define
**acceleration**including its unit and symbol. - Calculate acceleration from speed and time data and speed/time graphs. Use $a = v/t$.
- Calculate the distance covered by an object using a speed/time graph of its motion.

- Name the metric units of
**Force**- Identify examples of
**forces**and represent them in**force diagrams**. - Describe the different effects of
**balanced**and**unbalanced**forces on the motion of an object and recognise examples of**equilibrium**. - Name the units of measurement for
**force**,**mass**and**acceleration**and give their symbols. - Describe the relationship between mass and acceleration of an object which is acted upon by a given unbalanced force (called
**net force**). - Use the relationship $F = ma$ to calculate the net force, mass or acceleration of an object.
- Define the
**weight**of an object. - Use a balanced to compare mass and weight.
- Define the force of
**friction**. - Describe the energy effects of friction on stationary and/or moving objects.
- Explain force and pressure in terms of everyday situations. Use $P = F/A$.
- Describe the different forms of energy including heat, kinetic, gravitational, potential, elastic potential, sound and solar energies.
- Identify energy changes.
- Give the symbols and units for kinetic and potential energy.
- Use $E_{k} = \frac{1}{2}mv^{2}$
- Explain the conservation of mechanical energy in free fall situations (e.g. ball sports)

- Identify examples of
**Work and Power**- Define
**work**. - Name the unit of work and give its symbol.
- Use $W = Fd$.
- Use $Ep = mgh$.
- Use $W = Fd$ and $Ep = mgh$ to determine amounts of energy transfer.
- Define
**power**. - Name the unit of power and give its symbol.
- Calculate the power of a device from given data.

- Define

## Unit Plan */ Mahere Kōwae*

Akoranga 1 (Mon) | Akoranga 2 (Wed) | Akoranga 3 (Thurs) | Akoranga 4 (Fri) | |
---|---|---|---|---|

T3 W5 | Senior Exams | Senior Exams | 1. Velocity | 2. Acceleration |

T3 W6 | 3. Distance-Time Graphs | 4. Speed-Time Graphs | 5. | .6 |

T3 W7 | 7. | 8. | 9. Mid-Topic Test 1 | 10. Self Marking 1 |

T3 W8 | 11. Mass vs Weight 1 | 12. Mass vs Weight 2 | 13. Types of Forces | |

T3 W9 | 15. Running Man Whakamātau | 16. Newton Whakamātau | 17. Pressure 1 | 18. Pressure 2 |

T3 W10 | 19. Gravitational Energy | 20. Kinetic Energy | 21. Energy Transformations 1 | 22. Energy Transformations 2 |

T4 W1 | 23. Energy Transformations 3 | 24. Work 1 | 25. Work 2 | 26. Power |

T4 W2 | 27. Revision 1 | 28. Revision 2 | 29. Revision 3 | End of Topic Test |

### Lesson Plans */ Ngā Mahere Akoranga*

#### Velocity

- Intro to distance, speed and velocity with notes
- 3x practice questions in the notes
- Issue mahi kāinga booklet, explain motivation and regular weekly mahi kāinga
- sciPAD questions to finish

#### Acceleration

- Speed & Velocity Kahoot to start
- https://create.kahoot.it/kahoots/my-kahoots/folder/2f5a1b63-53ba-4c44-9678-287ca08d461d
- Notes on acceleration
- 3x practice questions
- Reminder of mahi kāinga & tutorials
- sciPAD page 28 Q1-2

#### Distance-Time Graphs

- Return Chem Reactions tests
- Notes on distance-time graphs
- Practice question on distance-time graphs
- Assign mahi kāinga

#### Speed-Time Graphs

- Kahoot Mahi Tuatahi: https://create.kahoot.it/details/distance-time-graphs/a71fa913-eb15-4a59-9074-01fc3c4e6bc5
- Distance-time graph warmup question
- Notes on speed-time graphs
- Practice question

#### Mass vs Weight 1

- Quizlet to start: https://quizlet.com/nz/523302535/balanced-and-unbalanced-forces-forces-flash-cards/
- Notes on mass vs weight

#### Mass vs Weight 2

- Quizlet to start: https://quizlet.com/nz/523302535/balanced-and-unbalanced-forces-forces-flash-cards/
- Worksheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zSkTiskCbPepE8mruywTBD7QPDppQQHCJpW93AF3ldo/edit?usp=sharing
- Do answers on the board as a group
- Issue mahi kāinga

#### Types of Forces

- Mahi Tuatahi: finish worksheet from previous class
- Make notes on types of forces
- sciPAD page 34 and 36
- Self-mark the sciPAD using the QR code

#### Terminal Velocity

- Ngā Whāinga Ako:
- Describe the relationship between mass and acceleration of an object which is acted upon by a given unbalanced force (called
**net force**). - Use the relationship $F = ma$ to calculate the net force, mass or acceleration of an object.

- Describe the relationship between mass and acceleration of an object which is acted upon by a given unbalanced force (called
- Video mahi tuatahi
- Notes on net force
- Video: Felix Baumgartner jump from space
- Notes on terminal velocity
- Mahi Kāinga booklet Q18, Q17

- Ngā Whāinga Ako:
#### Running Man Whakamātau

#### Newton Whakamātau

- What can you do with a Newton, whakamātau.
- https://www.riskassess.co.nz/risk_assessment/8683487
- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MAugSiWvqV5CDR6J25Ei_9C276uywrKt-cJBRz_AJpo/edit
- Mahi Kāinga Booklet Questions: 19 & 20

#### Pressure 1

**Mahi tuatahi**in ngā kirita- Four recap pātai on forces
- Notes on pressure
- Example calculations to find P, F and A
- Pressure Whakamātau - finding weight, foot surface area and therefore own-pressure.

#### Pressure 2

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Calculating force using the pressure equation- Finish
**Pressure Whakamātau** - Two modified past exam questions in the ngā kirita

#### Gravitational Energy

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Title & date in books, complete crossword on pressure (sciPAD page 47)- Video/Discussion on objects falling in a vacuum
- Notes on Gravitational Potential Energy
- 4x practice pātai in ngā kirita

#### Kinetic Energy

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Title & date in books; pressure question in ngā kirita- Notes on kinetic energy
**Whakamātau**: Finding Your Kinetic Energy

#### Energy Transformations 1

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Brainstorm types of energy (in ngā kirita)- Notes on conservation of energy
- Practice pātai on potential –> kinetic transformation
**Tūhura**: Marble Drop

#### Energy Transformations 2

#### Energy Transformations 3

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Quizlet match x3 and then live**Ngā Whāinga Ako**:- Identify energy changes.
- Use $E_{k} = \frac{1}{2}mv^{2}$
- Explain the conservation of mechanical energy in free fall situations (e.g. ball sports)

- Notes recalling the conservation of energy
- Mahi Kāinga booklet Q40 (achieved and excellence parts)

#### Work 1

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Discussions to recall previous learning (in slides)**Ngā Whāinga Ako**:- Define
**work**. - Name the unit of work and give its symbol.
- Use $W = Fd$.

- Define
- Notes on work
- Pātai using $W = Fd$

#### Work 2

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Compare change in energies of two skiers taking different paths down a mountain (in slides)**Ngā Whāinga Ako**: Use $W = Fd$ and $Ep = mgh$ to determine amounts of energy transfer.- Compare similarities/differences of $W = Fd$ and $Ep = mgh$ to understand that they can be the same
- Practice question in slides
- Mahi Kāinga booklet Q33 as more practice
**Whakamātau**: Bungs Away

#### Power

**Mahi Tuatahi**: Kahoot on work**Ngā Whāinga Ako**:- Define
**power**. - Name the unit of power and give its symbol.
- Calculate the power of a device from given data.

- Define
- Notes on power
- Tauria calculations
- Mahi Kāinga booklet Q36 as more practice

#### Revision 1

**Mahi Tuatahi**:**Ngā Whāinga Ako**:

#### Revision 2

**Mahi Tuatahi**:**Ngā Whāinga Ako**:

#### Revision 3

**Mahi Tuatahi**:**Ngā Whāinga Ako**:

**TEST**