Lesson Plans for AP Physics
4.2.1  Simple Harmonic Motion (AP)April 18, 2016
Today will predict which properties determine the motion of a simple harmonic oscillator and what the dependence of the motion is on those properties. 
2.7.2 Centripetal Force LabDecember 18, 2015
Today we will investigate the force necessary to keep an object moving in a constant circular path. 
2.7.1 Force and Acceleration in Circular MotionDecember 16, 2015
Today we will

2.6.2 Centripetal Force on a TurntableDecember 14, 2015
Today we will

2.6.1 Uniform Circular MotionDecember 9, 2015
Today we will discover the variables of centripetal force, and be able to solve centripetal force and acceleration problems. 
2.5.1 Newton's Third LawDecember 1, 2015
Today we will complete a project to demonstrate mastery of Newton's Three Laws of Motion. 
2.3.1 AP Physics Runs Newton's Second LawNovember 17, 2015
Today AP Physics will demonstrate Newton’s Law and introduce their labs that they have created. 
1.9.1 FreeBody DiagramsOctober 26, 2015
Today we will use freebody diagrams to represent the forces exerted on an object. 
1.8.2 Newton's First Law of MotionOctober 22, 2015
Today we will investigate the law of inertia. 
1.7.2 Vector PracticeOctober 19, 2015
Today we will review velocity, acceleration and vector problems. 
1.6.1 Displacement, Velocity & AccelerationOctober 5, 2015
Today we will continue to describe motion and investigate the equations that describe displacement, velocity and acceleration. 
1.5.2 Displacement, Velocity & AccelerationOctober 2, 2015
Today we will describe motion and investigate the equations that describe displacement, velocity and acceleration. 
1.5.1 Acceleration due to Gravity continuedSeptember 29, 2015
Today we will discuss and begin to prepare our lab presentations. 
1.4.1 Acceleration due to GravityToday we will begin investigation acceleration due to gravity.
