## Link to Class Board notebooks:

## Unit 1 - Patterns and Measurements

## Learning Targets

1.01B - I can design an experiment and/or evaluate the effectiveness of an experimental design, taking into account independent variable, dependent variable, and control variables.

1.02B - I understand all measurements have uncertainty. I can estimate the magnitude of this uncertainty and evaluate experimental design to reduce uncertainty.

1.03B - I can use the range and average of a set of data to express a value and estimate its uncertainty. I can report these numbers with the correct number of significant figures.

1.04A - I can convert between standard metric units of measurement, and between English and metric units.

1.04B - I can convert between units when there is a unit in the denominator.

1.05B - I can describe and sketch linear, quadratic, and inverse patterns and identify similarities and differences. (more about hand-drawing/identifying with real data on graphs)

1.06A - I can interpret linear mathematical models, including the meaning of slope, y-intercept, and individual points.

1.06B - I can interpret inverse or quadratic mathematical models, including the meaning of slope, y-intercept, and individual points.

1.06C - I can interpret any mathematical model, including the meaning of slope, y-intercept, and individual points.

1.07C - I can take a set of data and represent on a graph with the correct model. I can follow the conventions for creating a graph and include error bars.

1.02B - I understand all measurements have uncertainty. I can estimate the magnitude of this uncertainty and evaluate experimental design to reduce uncertainty.

1.03B - I can use the range and average of a set of data to express a value and estimate its uncertainty. I can report these numbers with the correct number of significant figures.

1.04A - I can convert between standard metric units of measurement, and between English and metric units.

1.04B - I can convert between units when there is a unit in the denominator.

1.05B - I can describe and sketch linear, quadratic, and inverse patterns and identify similarities and differences. (more about hand-drawing/identifying with real data on graphs)

1.06A - I can interpret linear mathematical models, including the meaning of slope, y-intercept, and individual points.

1.06B - I can interpret inverse or quadratic mathematical models, including the meaning of slope, y-intercept, and individual points.

1.06C - I can interpret any mathematical model, including the meaning of slope, y-intercept, and individual points.

1.07C - I can take a set of data and represent on a graph with the correct model. I can follow the conventions for creating a graph and include error bars.

## Topics:

## Unit 2 - Motion

## Learning Targets

**2.01A -**I know the difference between position, distance, and displacement (change in position) and I can determine each.

**2.02A -**I can interpret/draw position-time graphs in terms of the direction of motion, starting position, relative speed, and whether it shows constant velocity.

**2.02B -**I can interpret/draw position-time graphs with uniform acceleration.

**2.03B -**I can calculate the velocity or speed from a position-time graph for an object moving at constant velocity over a specified time interval.

**2.04A -**I can interpret/draw velocity vs. time graphs for objects moving with constant velocity.

**2.04B -**I can use a velocity-time graph to determine acceleration and starting velocity. I can distinguish the concepts of velocity and acceleration.

**2.05B -**I can calculate the distance an object has traveled and its change in position from a velocity-time graph

**2.06C -**I can connect representations of an accelerating object, including x-t graphs, v-t graphs, and a-t graphs, strobe diagrams/motion maps, and written descriptions for objects moving in the positive or negative direction

**2.07B -**I can use the constant velocity model to solve problems.

**2.07C -**I can use the constant velocity model to solve advanced problems that may require systems of equations.

**2.08B -**I can use the constant acceleration model to solve problems.

**2.08C -**I can use the constant acceleration model to solve advanced problems.

## Topics:

## Unit 3 - Forces

## Learning Targets

**3.01B -**I can apply Newton's first law (law of inertia) to make predictions in physical situations.

**3.02A -**I understand the relationship between net force, mass, and acceleration.

**3.03B -**I can describe how Newton’s 3rd Law applies to physical situations and identify 3rd law pairs.

**3.04A -**I can identify the forces acting on an object/system, and draw a force diagram and/or system schema.

**3.05A -**I can solve force problems for basic perpendicular balanced forces.

**3.05B -**I can solve unbalanced force problems in the vertical direction (like elevator problems).

**3.05C -**I can solve problems for perpendicular forces on an object undergoing a centripetal acceleration.

**3.06B -**I can use equations to perform basic calculations for force problems that include motion, forces of gravity, friction, and springs. Differentiate static and kinetic friction.

**3.06C -**I can solve advanced problems that require concepts of motion, friction, and/or springs, requiring more than one model/equation.

**3.07A -**I can add vectors to find the resultant, and resolve vectors into horizontal and vertical components.

**3.07B -**I can solve problems when there are balanced or unbalanced forces at an angle.

**3.07C -**I can solve problems when there are forces acting on an incline or in a rotated system.