Description 
Video
Link 
Number 
Grade 
(What
you will learn) 




Graphing
Motion 



PositionTime
(dt) Graphs 



An
introduction and how to calculate the slope (velocity) on dt
graph 

Gr1 
11 
How
to describe the motion shown on a dt graph 

Gr2 
11 
How
to find the slope of a curved dt graph (object is accelerating) 

Gr3 
11 
VelocityTime
(vt) Graphs 



Finding
the slope (acceleration) and describing motion on a vt graph 

Gr4 
11 
More
samples of slope and describing motion on a vt graph 

Gr5 
11 
Finding
the area (distance and displacement) under a vt graph 

Gr6 
11 
More
samples for area and how to find speed and velocity from a vt
graph 

Gr7 
11 
AccelerationTime
(at) Graphs 



How
to find the area on an at graph 

Gr8 
11 
Summary
of Graphing 



A
summary of graphing 

Gr9 
11 
Using
One Graph to Draw the Others 



Drawing
velocity and acceleration time graphs from a distance time graph 

Gr10 
11 
Drawing
a distance time graph from a velocity time graph 

Gr11 
11 




Mathematical
Operations




A
simple way to change units like kg to mg 

Conv1 
11&12 




Acceleration
Equations (Kinematics) 
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to Topic List 


Questions
with objects moving forward and backward 



How
to use formulae to calculate displacement, initial velocity,
final velocity, acceleration and time. Sometimes called the
"Big Five" 

Kin1 
11&12 
Another
sample of using the 5 acceleration formulae 

Kin2 
11&12 
Sample
problem that is very common on tests. An object speeds up and
later slows down. 
Sample
Train Type Kinematics Problem 
Kin3 
11&12 
Complex
problem with a car and truck 

Kin4 
11&12 
Complex
problem with 2 objects moving 

Kin5 
11&12 
Sample
problem where Superman races to catch up to a bullet 
Tricky
Sample Problem Can Superman Catch a Bullet 
Kin6 
11&12 
Questions
with objects thrown up or falling down 



How
to use these formulae to calculate objects thrown up and down. 

Kin7 
11&12 
Sample
problem with one ball dropping and a second one thrown down 1
s later. 
Sample
Kinematics Problem 2 Balls Thrown Down 
Kin8 
11&12 
Sample
problem where Superman has to catch a falling student 
Tricky
Gravity Problem With Superman Saving a Falling Student 
Kin9 
11&12 
This
is a very tricky sample problem with 2 arrows shot up. 
Complex
Sample Problem 2 Arrows Shot Up 
Kin10 
11&12 
Problems
with objects moving in a curve or circle 



Using
the kinematics equations for objects that are not just moving
in a straight line. 

Kin11 
11&12 
This
sample problem uses kinematics equations to solve for the acceleration
and displacement on a Ferris wheel. 
Tricky
Sample 2D Kinematics Ferris Wheel Find Displacement Problem 
Kin12 
11&12 
Using
the kinematics equations for objects that are turning corners 

Kin13 
11&12 




Vectors 
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to Topic List 


Introduction
to Vectors 



How
to put bearings on vectors so it will be easier to add them
up. 

Vect1 
11&12 
Vectors
can be added up graphically using a ruler and protractor. Later
you should learn to do this algebraicly. 

Vect2 
11 
If
you put bearings on the vectors, you need to remove them when
you finish adding them 

Vect3 
11&12 
Vector
Components 



Vectors
sometimes need to be broken into components to add them up or
solve questions. This is how to do this 

Vect4 
11&12 
Another
example of breaking a vector into components but this time you
need to use a sign convention to indicate the direction of each
piece. 

Vect5 
11&12 
Now
that you broke a vector into components, this is how to put
the pieces back together to find the vector. 

Vect6 
11&12 
Components
are needed to solve problems. This is an example of how to use
them. 

Vect7 
n 
Adding/Subtracting
Vectors with Components (Algebraic Method) 



The
best way to add/subtract vectors. This is better than using
the graphical method sown earlier. 

Vect8 
12 
Vector
subtraction is very easy if you turn subtraction into addition.
Here's how. 

Vect9 
11&12 
This
is an example of using vector addition and subtraction. 

Vect10 
11&12 




Relative
Velocity




Simple
Right Angles Problems 



Simple
right angle river problems. How to find the resultant velocity,
time of trip and how far downstream. 

RelV1 
11&12 
Simple
right angle river problems. How to find which way to swim to
go directly across and the time of the trip 

RelV2 
11&12 
More
Complex Problems 



Finding
the resultant velocity of an airplane when the wind is at an
angle 

RelV3 
12 
Finding
the airspeed and heading of an airplane to compensate for the
wind 

RelV4 
12 
Finding
the heading of an airplane and the resultant velocity. This
is about as hard as it gets. 

RelV5 
12 
Another
complicated problem this time with a swimmer going across and
upstream. 

RelV6 
12 
Interesting
video with clips that show relative velocity of birds and planes
etc. 

RelV7 
12 




Free
Body Diagrams




If
you get good at these you can solve just about any Newton's
law problems



Introduction
to Free Body Diagrams 

FBD1 
11&12 
How
to find the xequation for your Free Body Diagram 

FBD2 
11&12 
How
to find the yequation if a force is applied down on an object
in your Free Body Diagram 

FBD2B 
11&12 
Fn
is not %$#! equal to Fg! Why does everyone forget this?? 

FBD2C 
11&12 
Objects
being pulled with a force at an angle 

FBD3 
11&12 
Objects
being pulled with a force at an angle 

FBD4 
11&12 
Force
at an angle Find acceleration 

FBD5 
11&12 
Force
at an angle Find the angle 

FBD6 
11&12 
Find
the force to accel an elevator up and down 

FBD7 
11&12 
Looking
at FBDs for a car doing different things 

FBD8 
11&12 
Looking
at FBDs for an elevator doing different things 

FBD9 
11&12 
Looking
at FBDs for a skydiver as they descends 

FBD10 
11&12 




Newton's
Laws

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to Topic List 


Newton's
First and Second Law 



Introduction:
An overview of 1st and 2nd Law 

Newt1 
11&12 
How
the first law works 

Newt2 
11&12 
How
the second law works 

Newt3 
11&12 
Examples
for the first law: Airplane and boat 

Newt4 
11&12 
Example
that shows the difference between the first and second law:
Pushing a fridge 

Newt5 
11&12 
Diagram
of car at rest and accelerating (You should watch the Free Body
Diagrams videos first) 

Newt6 
11&12 
More
Free Body Diagrams: Car slowing and rock being pulled up 

Newt7 
11&12 
More
Free Body Diagram:
Bullet falling 

Newt8 
11&12 
Summary
of the first and second law 

Newt9 
11&12 
Newton's
Third Law 



Explanation
and examples of this law 

Newt10 
11&12 
A
look at all the action reaction forces on a boat 

Newt10B 
11&12 
How
friction helps a person pull a box 

Newt10C 
11&12 
Sample
Problems for Newton's Laws 



A
sample problem with a car being pulled. Friction is used and the
problem is modified in the second half of the video. 
Newton's
Laws Simple Car Sample Problem to Get You Started 
Newt11 
11&12 
A
bullet is shot through a block in this sample problem. 
Newton's
Second Law and Forces Bullet and Block Sample Problem 
Newt12 
11&12 
Typical
Newton's 2nd law problem with a helicopter lifting up a car. 
Newton's
Laws Find Tension in the Cable for a Helicopter 
Newt13 
12 
This
sample problem covers most cases of what happens in an elevator. 
Newton's
Laws Simple Elevator Problem 
Newt14 
11&12 
This
sample problem has an elevator moving up and down with a person
standing on a scale 
Newton's
Laws Complex Elevator Problem 
Newt15 
11&12 
Finding
the actionreaction force between objects 

Newt16 
12 
Finding
the actionreaction force between objects 

Newt17 
12 
This
sample problem includes friction and a force at an angle. 
Newton's
Laws Find Tension Between Boxes with Friction Sample Problem 
Newt18 
12 
This
sample problem is a more tricky version of boxes being pulled
and includes cute penguins 
Newton's
Laws Find Tension Problem With a Penguins 
Newt19 
12 
This
is 1 of 2 tricky sample problems using stacked blocks, friction
and free body diagrams 
Newton's
Laws Sample Problem Stacked Boxes Part 1 
Newt20 
12 
This
is 2of 2 tricky sample problems using stacked blocks, friction
and free body diagrams 
Newton's
Second Law Sample Problem Stacked Boxes Part 2 
Newt21 
12 
Sometimes
you can't use x and yequations to solve a problem. This sample
shows how to do this by adding the vectors which are at different
angles. 
Newton's
Laws Sample Problem Using Vector Forces 
Newt22 
12 
Objects
sliding down a hill or ramp 



Basically
things sliding down hills or ramps 

Ramp1 
12 
More
complex problem of sliding down a hill or ramp 

Ramp2 
12 




Pulley
Systems




Simple
Pulleys 



How
to find the acceleration and tension in a rope for two objects
hanging on a pulley: New HD Version: 

Pull1 
12 
How
to find the acceleration and tension in a rope for a pulley
with one object on a level surface: New HD Version: 

Pull2 
12 
How
to find the acceleration and tension in a rope for a pulley
with one object on a hill or ramp at an angle: New HD Version:


Pull3 
12 
Alternate
version of Two objects hanging on a pulley 

Pull4 
12 
Alternate
version: Pulley with one object on a level surface 

Pull5 
12 
Alternate
version: Pulley with one object on a hill or ramp at an angle 

Pull6 
12 
More
advanced look at this problem 
Pulley
on a Ramp Problem (Advanced) 
Pull7 

Complex
Multiple Pulley Systems 



This
sample problem has multiple pulleys and is more tricky than
most. 

Pull8 
n 
This
sample problem is more complex than most with 2 different sloped
sides. 

Pull9 
n 




Centripetal
(Circular) Motion 
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to Topic List 


A
car driving around a corner 

Fc1 
12 
Overview
of objects moving in a vertical circle 

Fc2 
12 
Tension
in a rope for an object moving in a vertical circle (also see
part 6) 

Fc3 
12 
Car
driving around an inclined ramp 

Fc4 
12 
Pendulum
being swung in a horizontal circle 

Fc5 
12 
Analyzing
a pendulum at a point other than the top and bottom 

Fc6 
12 
Some
free body diagrams to help you understand circular motion 

Fc7 
12 
Sample
problem using free body diagrams to calculate the minimum period
to keep an object stable. 

Fc8 
12 
Very
common problem where you calculate the height for a coaster
to go around a loop. 

Fc9 
12 
Must
see film. Sure it's old but the second half has amazing circular
motion demos. 

Fc10 
12 




Projectile
Motion




Lessons 



If
you throw something horizontally, where will it land? 

Proj1 
12 
If
you throw something at an angle, where will it land? 

Proj2 
12 
Finding
the impact (final) velocity when a projectile lands on the ground. 

Proj3 
12 
A
complex problem where a runner must catch an object 

Proj4 
12 
Simple
method to solve a projectile problem, but it only works if the
object lands at the same level as it was shot at. 
Projectile
Motion Part 5 Level Launch 
Proj5 
12 
How
to calculate the maximum height of a projectile 
Projectile
Motion Part 6 Maximum Height 
Proj6 
12 
Sample
Problems 



This
problem is about an airplane dropping an object. 
Projectile
Motion Airplane Dropping Object Sample Problem 
Proj7 
n 
Bart
Simpson tries to jump a gorge and the tricky part is finding the
velocity 
Projectile
Motion Find Velocity Difficult Sample Problem 
Proj8 
n 
How
to calculate the angle to shoot a projectile. 
Projectile
Motion Tricky Find the Angle Problem 
Proj9 
n 




Collisions
Using Momentum and Energy

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to Topic List 


Momentum




Objects
crash into each other in a straight line 



A
collision where 2 objects join or stick together 

Col1 
12 
A
collision where the 2 objects bounce off each other and an explosion 

Col2 
12 
Objects
crash into each other at an angle 



A
2D collision with 1 ball bumping into another and bouncing off
at an angle 

Col3 
12 
A
2D explosion where the parts fly off at angles 

Col4 
12 
Energy 



Elastic
& Inelastic collisions are compared 

Col5 
12 
Elastic collision involving momentum and kinetic energy solved
by using 2 equations, 2 unknowns 
Elastic
Collision Using Momentum and Energy 
Col6 
12 
Elastic
collision involving momentum and kinetic energy solved by using
2 equations, 2 unknowns if 30% energy lost 
Elastic
Collision Using Momentum and Energy if 30% Energy Lost 
Col7 
12 
Nonelastic
collision involving momentum and kinetic energy. Also how to find
the amount of energy absorbed during the collision for this and
the above collisions. 
Nonelastic
or Inelastic Collision 
Col8 
12 
Elastic collision involving momentum and kinetic energy. At one
point in all collisions a maximum amount of energy is abslorbed.
This is how to find the max amount absorbed. 
Elastic
Collision Maximum Energy Lost 
Col9 
12 




Energy,
Power & Efficiency




Work,
Kinetic and Gravitational Energy 



An
introduction of how work is changed into kinetic energy: car
being pushed 

NRG1 
11&12 
Work
changed to kinetic energy and the work to stop the object: Ball
hits your head 

NRG2 
11&12 
Doing
work to make something go faster and how to calculate how fast
it will be moving: Pushing a bed that's already moving 

NRG3 
11&12 
Converting
from gravitational energy to kinetic energy 

NRG4 
11&12 
An
example of gravitational energy to kinetic energy 

NRG5 
11&12 
Elastic
(Spring) Energy 



Elastic
energy stored in a spring is converted to kinetic energy 

NRG6 
12 
Elastic
energy stored in a spring is converted to kinetic energy in
the vertical direction 

NRG7 
12 
Another
method to solve an elastic energy stored in a spring converted
to kinetic energy in the vertical direction 

NRG8 
12 
Power
and Energy 



Calculate
the power of a Tesla Automobile 

POW1 
11 
Efficiency
and Energy 



Calculate
the efficiency of running up the stairs and how to use calories
in food 

EFF1 
11 
Calculate
the efficiency of a roller coaster 

EFF2 
11 
Calculate
the energy used by a car given its power in horse power 

EFF3 
11 




Newton's
Universal Law of Gravity 
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to Topic List 


Introduction
of the formula Fg=Gmm/d^2 

Grav1 
11&12 
Using
Newton's law of gravity with ratios 

Grav2 
11&12 




Planetary
Mechanics




Kepler
and Newton 



Simple
explanation of Kepler's 3 Laws 

PMech1 
12 
Calculating
the altitude of a satellite using Kepler's Third Law 

PMech2 
12 
Using
equations for gravity and centripetal force to solve problems
for satelites and planets 

PMech3 
12 
Using
Energy equations for objects put in orbit 



Work
to launch a satellite to an altitude, the Kinetic energy required
and the velocity (not in orbit) Eg=Gmm/R 

PMech4 
12 
Binding
energy and escape velocity to put a satellite in orbit 

PMech5 
12 
Work
to launch a satellite into orbit and the velocity required 

PMech6 
12 
Kinetic
energy once a satellite is in orbit and the velocity of it in
orbit 
Gravitational
Orbital Energy Part 4 Planetary Mechanics 
PMech7 
12 




Electricity




Fomulas
and simple calculations 



An
introduction to the most common formulas 
Electricity
Calculations Intro Part 1 
Elec1 
11 
How
to use the formula Q=Ne 
Charge
and Current Q=Ne Part 2 
Elec2 
11 
How
to use the formula V=E/Q 
Voltage
V= E/Q Part 3 
Elec3 
11 
How
to use the formula I=Q/t 
Current
I = Q/t Part 4 
Elec4 
11 
How
to use the formula R=V/I 
Resistance
R =V/I Part 5 
Elec5 
11 
How
length, area, and the material effects resistance 
Resistance
Introduction Part 6 
Elec6 
11 
How
to use the formula R= resistivity*L/A 
Resistance
Formula Part 7 
Elec7 
11 
How
to use the 3 Power formulas 
Power
Part 8 
Elec8 
11 
Using
the rate of energy to calculate the cost of electricity 
Calculating
the Cost of Electricity 
Elec9 
11 
Electric
Circuits 



Drawing
circuits and the 4 parts 
How
to Draw Simple Electric Circuits 
Elec10 
11 
Putting
in Volt and Ammeters in a circuit 
Drawing
Electric Circuits with Meters 
Elec11 
11 
How
to calculate current in an electric circuit 
Current
Electricity Diagram Circuits Part 1 
Elec12 
11 
How
to calculate voltage in an electric circuit 
Voltage
in Circuits Part 2 
Elec13 
11 
How
to calculate resistance in an electric circuit 
Resistance
in Electric Circuits Part 3 
Elec14 
11 
Simple
example of solving a circuit 
Series
and Parallel Circuits Part 4 
Elec15 
11 
More
complex example of solving a circuit 
Series
and Parallel Circuits Part 5 
Elec16 
11 




Electromagnetism




Left
and Right Hand Rules 



How
to find the magnetic field around a wire 
Left
or Right Hand Rules for Conductors 
EM1 
11 
How
to find the North end of an electromagnet 
Left
or Right Hand Rules for Coils 
EM2 
11 
How
to find the direction of the motor force 
Motor
Principle Left or Right Hand Rule 
EM3 
11 
When
electricity flows in a wire near a magnet, there is a force on
the wire. This is how you calculate the motor force. 
Magnetic
Field Strength and the Force on a Conductor (Motor Force) 
EM4 
11 
Generators
and Transformers 



How
to find the direction electricity will flow 
Electric
Generator and Lenz's Law Part 1 
EM5 
11 
How
to find the direction electricity will flow 
Electric
Generator and Lenz's Law Part 2 
EM6 
11 
How
to do simple transformer calculations 
Electric
Transformers 
EM7 
11 
How
to do a multiple transformer problem 
Electric
Transformers 
EM8 
11 
A
problem with a transformer that is not 100% efficient 
Electric
Transformers 
EM9 
11 




Waves
(Light and Sound)




Properties
of all types of waves 



Introduction
to cycle period and frequency 

Wave1 
11&12 
Basic
vocabulary for transverse waves 

Wave2 
11&12 
How
to calculate stuff using V=f*Lambda 

Wave3 
11&12 
Sample
calculation using V=f*Lambda 

Wave4 
11&12 
Resonance
and Natural Frequency 

Wave5 
11&12 
About
fundamental frequency and harmonics 

Wave6 
11&12 
Description
of the three types of waves: Transverse, torsional and longitudinal 

Wave7 
11&12 
Waves
reflecting from fixed and open ends 

Wave8 
11&12 
How
to add up waves and draw the result. This is called superposition 

Wave9 
11&12 
Basic
definition of standing waves 

Wave10 
11&12 
Sound
Waves 



How
to describe sound waves qualities: loudness, pitch and quality 

Wave11 
11&12 
How
to calculate the speed of sound in air using the formula V=331
+ 0.59Te 

Wave12 
11&12 
What
is Beat frequency and how to use the beat frequency formula 

Wave13 
11&12 
What
is the Doppler Effect and how does it work 

Wave14 
11&12 
Solving
problems for sound in air columns 

Wave15 
11&12 
Partial
reflection and partial transmission of waves as a wave moves
from one material to another 

Wave16 
12 
Waves
in 2 Dimensions (Interference) 



2
Point source interference of waves 

Wave17 
12 
2
Point source interference of waves continued 

Wave18 
12 
2
Point source interference of waves continued 

Wave19 
12 
2
Point source interference using Young's double slit formula 

Wave20 
12 
2
Point source interference using single slit formula 

Wave21 
12 




Optics




Refraction
of light 



An
introduction to what refraction is and the names of the parts
on a diagram are 

Opt1 
10 
How
total internal reflection works 

Opt2 
10 
How
to calculate the critical angle as light refracts 

Opt3 
10 
Curved
Mirrors 



How
to draw a ray diagram for a concave mirror 

Opt4 
10 
Finding
a virtual image using a ray diagram for curved mirrors 

Opt5 
10 
When
to use (+) and () in calculations 

Opt6 
10 


Opt7 
10 
Lenses 



Explanation
of the types of lenses and images 

Opt8 
10 
How
to describe an image 

Opt9 
10 
How
to find an image for a convex lens using a ray diagram 

Opt10 
10 
This
video shows all the possible images that a convex lens can produce 

Opt11 
10 
How
to find an image for a concave lens using a ray diagram 

Opt12 
10 
When
to use (+) and () in calculations for lenses 

Opt13 
10 
Sample
problem using the 2 lens formulas 

Opt14 
10 




Graphing
using Excel

Screen
shot video lessons NOT our tutorial lessons

Splitting
a graph into sections and adding trend lines 

GrEx1 
11
& 12 
How
to program Excel to calculate velocity, acceleration and kinetic
energy for graphing 

GrEx2 
11
& 12 




Really
Awesome Fun Videos




A
few of the things that drive physics teachers nuts. Watch this
so you know the what you need to remember so you don't lose marks. 
Physics
Pledge 


It
seems so long ago that we hit 1 million views. Thanks for your
support 
1
Million Views Thank You Video 


Our
most entertaining video, you need to see the original Big Bang
Theory, Eye of the Tiger video to appreciate this one. 



Okay,
we went a little overboard on this one when we hosted the teacher
talent show at our school 



Perhaps
we also went a little overboard on this one 



Can
you believe that 100,000 views seemed like a big deal at one
time 



We
won an Excellence in Education award and this is the video produced
by the TDSB for the ceremony. 



Okay,
so we think we're funny. 



This
is where it all started 







Videos
of Class Activities




Every
year we hold our pasta bridge building contest. It's a lot of
fun so take a look 



More
destruction of pasta bridges 



Student
made pasta bridges being destroyed 



More
bridges being destroyed 



Our
senior physics students build catapults and compete to hit a
target 



More
senior students shooting at a target 



Students
make speakers from simple materials 



Testing
the finished speakers 



Our
grade 11 physics students build and test carts run by the gravity
on a falling can 



One
of our more fun labs where students solve a secret vector code
and then search the school in a race to complete the top secret
map 







Science
Fairs




Earl
Haig's Science Fair 2012 



Earl
Haig's Biology 12 Science Fair 2012 



Earl
Haig's Biology 12 Science Fair 2011 



Earl
Haig's 9 and 10 Science Fair 2011 







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Caruana's Other Videos




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C on Breakfast Television 



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C on the Antique Hunter TV Show 



Mr.
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