Emergency Educational Learning Resources (EELRs)

**Online Textbook****To Access**: go to Class Link, login with your school login, & select McGraw-Hill**EELR #5: LearnSmart Book Review**:*Our online textbook offers a more interactive option that highlights the important areas for you. In the bottom left corner, there's also practice that allows you to answer questions to check your understanding as you go.***EELR #6: Encounter the Phenomena:***This short video looks at how energy is stored and used in the power grid.***EELR #7a: Stair Climbing Lab:***This lab will get you up and moving! See how power applies to climbing the stairs!***EELR #7b: Roller Coaster Lab:***This***virtual**lab will have you looking at energy transformation in roller coasters. The instructions are in the tabs at the top!**EELR #8a: Explore and Explain #1:***This module reviews***kinetic energy.**It includes some diagrams, explanations, and some practice.**EELR #8b: Explore and Explain #2:***This module reviews***gravitational potential energy**. It includes some diagrams, explanations, and some practice.**EELR #8c: Explore and Explain #3:***Dive deeper into this topic by looking at different***forms of energy**and how it's related to mass!**EELR #8d: Explore and Explain #4:***This module reviews***conservation of energy.**It includes some diagrams, explanations, and some practice.**EELR #8e: Explore and Explain #5:***This module reviews***work.**It includes some diagrams, explanations, and some practice.**EELR #8f: Explore and Explain #6:***This module reviews***power**. It includes some diagrams, explanations, and some practice.**EELR #9a: BrainPOP Video #1:***This short video covers kinetic energy.***EELR #9b: BrainPOP Video #2:***This short video covers potential energy.***EELR #10: Practice Problems**:*These practice problems can help you brush up on these topics before moving on. You are not expected to complete all of them. The answer key is already posted on the McGraw Hill online resource.*

**PBS Physics in Motion Videos****Kinetic and Potential Energy:***Gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy are defined and explained mathematically through multiple example problems.***Conservation of Energy:***We explore the inner workings of a hydroelectric dam as we learn about the law of conservation of energy. The difference between conservative and non-conservative forces is illustrated and we work through an example problem involving gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy.***Work:***Work and energy are explored in this segment as we look at the work done by various types of forces. We also investigate what it means for the work done by an object when displacement and force are oriented in a variety of different ways.***Work-Energy Theorem:***We explain the work-energy theorem and solve an example problem involving the equations for work and kinetic energy. We also discuss when work has a positive or negative value.***Power:***We learn how power relates to electrical and mechanical systems. We explore the multiple ways we can express power mathematically by working through an example problem that ties in Newton's second law and kinematic equations to find its solution.*

**Online Textbook****To Access**: go to Class Link, login with your school login, & select**McGraw-Hill****EELR #1: LearnSmart Book Review**:*Our online textbook offers a more interactive option that highlights the important areas for you. In the bottom left corner, there's also practice that allows you to answer questions to check your understanding as you go.***EELR #2: Encounter the Phenomena:***This short video looks at rockets and their relation to conservation of momentum! It's even got James May!!***EELR #3a: Explore and Explain #1:***This module explains the physics of a home run! It includes a video, an explanation, and some practice.***EELR #3b: Explore and Explain #2:***This short video explains the physics of a behind air bags in collisions.***EELR #3c: Explore and Explain #3:***Dive deeper into this topic by looking at angular momentum in sports. It includes a video, an explanation, and some practice.***EELR #4: Practice Problems**:*These practice problems can help you brush up on these topics before moving on. You are not expected to complete all of them. The answer key for the practice problems is posted on the On-line Textbook Resource.*

**PBS Physics in Motion Videos****Momentum and Impulse****:***Momentum and Impulse We define the terms momentum and impulse. We see the impulse-momentum theorem in action by analyzing the motion of a free runner and the motion of an egg hitting two very different surfaces.***Conservation of Momentum****:***The law of conservation of momentum is explained qualitatively and mathematically through examples involving billiards and roller skaters.***Collisions****:***In this segment, we differentiate between elastic and inelastic collisions. The conservation of momentum and the conservation of energy are explored as we do examples involving these two types of collisions.*

**Professor Dave Video****Momentum and Impulse****:***As much as we commonly misuse scientific words in common language, we do have a reasonable grasp of the word momentum. But that's no reason to gloss over this concept, we have to know all the definitions and equations there are! Check this one out, there are trampolines and baseball.*

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