- Between 1 and 10, where 1 means "not at all", how satisfied are you with the effort you put into your work throughout this unit? Explain.
2. What did you find most challenging about this unit?
I found trying to remember and understand all of the misconceptions challenging, especially the misconception of when speed changes velocity always changes.
3. Was there anything you particularly enjoyed in this unit?
I enjoyed learning about free fall. I think it is interesting that two objects of different weights can fall and hit the ground at the same time with no air resistance.
4. Is there anything you want to do differently in our next unit?
I would like to spend more time understanding material instead of memorizing it.
5. How are you organizing yourself in physics? Are you primarily paper, computer, or a combination of both? Do you feel confident that you will be able to access your 1-D Kinematics materials when it comes time to prepare for the January exam?
I am using my notebook for class notes and typing the textbook notes on my laptop. I am confident that I will be able to access my 1-D Kinematics materials when the exam comes.
6. What can Mrs. Drake do to help you as her physics student?
Having more review days for a test.
7. Is there anything else you think would be helpful for Mrs. Drake to know at this point in time?
I thought I was prepared for the test, but I guest not.