# AT Cycle 26

## 2/16 - 2/22

W 2/16

Th 2/17

F 2/18

T 2/22

### π΄β 1: W 2/16, π‘β 3: W 2/16 - circuits assessment

Circuits Unit Assessment TODAY!!!

Homework: Make sure you have reviewed all of the magnetism topics you should have learned last year on my AT Magnetism Review page. Upload pictures of your magnetism notes to βοΈ Google Classroom assignment by Wednesday at 10pm.

### π₯ 1: F 2/18 lab, π¨ 3: Th 2/17 lab - basic magnetism problems

We'll start the period by testing our understanding of force on moving charged particles in magnetic fields with a couple of demonstrations. We'll discuss applications including the mass spectrometer.

This hour, we'll apply our problem solving and collaboration skills by doing problems from AP problems for force by magnetic field. (MC ans: CADEEACDA)

Homework: Finish all of the problems and upload FRQ solutions to βοΈ Google Classroom assignment by Sunday at 10pm.

### *Z* 1: M 2/21, π 3: F 2/18 - β©οΈ Pivot magnetic force lab

Z-day for pd 1

1 - 7:40 - 8:24 (44)
2 - 8:29 - 9:13 (44)
3 - 9:18 - 10:02 (44)
4 - 10:06 - 10:50 (44)
L1 - 10:54 - 11:35 (41)
5a - 11:40 - 12:24 (44)
5b - 10:55 - 11:39 (44)
L2 - 11:43 - 12:
24 (41)
6 - 12:29 - 1:13 (44)
7 - 1:18 - 2:02 (44)
8 - 2:06 - 2:50 (44)

We'll continue to review magnetic force. We will make sure you understand the magnetic force equations. Then, we'll start a lab in β©οΈ Pivot Interactives "Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field." This lab will verify the equation you learned last year of the magnetic force on a current carrying wire. Lab is due Tuesday at 10pm.

Homework: Finish AP problems for force by magnetic field and upload FRQ solutions to βοΈ Google Classroom assignment by Sunday at 10pm. β©οΈ Pivot Interactives "Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field" is due on Tuesday at 10pm.

### β€οΈ 1: T 2/22, *Z* 3: M 2/21 - Black History Month βπΏβπΎβπ½

Z-day for pd 3

1 - 7:40 - 8:24 (44)
2 - 8:29 - 9:13 (44)
3 - 9:18 - 10:02 (44)
4 - 10:06 - 10:50 (44)
L1 - 10:54 - 11:35 (41)
5a - 11:40 - 12:24 (44)
5b - 10:55 - 11:39 (44)
L2 - 11:43 - 12:
24 (41)
6 - 12:29 - 1:13 (44)
7 - 1:18 - 2:02 (44)
8 - 2:06 - 2:50 (44)

Today, we'll check out the Black History Month programming provided by the school:

Homework: β©οΈ Pivot Interactives "Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field" is due on Tuesday at 10pm.

Pd 1 - "Black Culture & Identity"

The Journey from Jersey City, NJ, West Windsor, NJ Howard University to Brooklyn, and NYC- Ms. Darnese Daniels is the Director of Equity Transformation and Culturally Responsive Environments (CRE) within the Office of Equity and Access for the New York City Department of Education.

Pd 3 - "Leaders of the Future"

Alumni will discuss how they got involved in their career of choice and what it was like for them to transition from college to a job. They will also talk about the racism and prejudice they experienced in their journey.