Thursday Friday  *****Part 1 and 2

Part 1
Study Sets – Make sure you are logged in to your account.
You will have to do them again if you are not logged in. No exceptions.

Go to  Do the activities as follows:

Know your Drones
Drone Law
Engineering 5/11


Part 2
Put all your project slides and pictures into Google Presentations.
Once finished put to video and must have music.



Practice Test


Make sure you are registered for Certiport and can load the testing software.Register Here
Make sure that you have a testing shortcut on your desktop!


If the testing center does not load correctly then you will need to take the following steps:
Once registered make sue ALL of the steps work as shown here:
You should have a short cut on your desktop that says Certiport Testing Short Cut. If you do not have this then I will come help you add the short cut to your desktop.

Trouble Shooting:

Required Software

Certiport Browser Lockdown 3 – (requires login)

Pop-up blockers including Google, Yahoo, and other Internet Explorer-installed blockers and automatic updates

Pop-up blocking settings from all sources should be disabled during testing. Automatic software updates including Windows updates should be turned off or set to not occur during testing.


current version

Adobe Flash Player

current version

Adobe Flash
Player Plugin

version 13

Adobe Reader

current version

.NET Framework

Both .NET 3.5
(download here)
and .NET 4.0
(download here)
are required.

Note: It is recommended you install the .NET Framework
before installing Browser Lockdown.

Engineering Classes

Take practice test. Print Certificate and turn in with your name on it.

Check Answers here:


Sign up @Quizlett

*****Make sure you join the right class:***







Engineering Study Set. Need test on file!

Light Quiz! 060938 Due today  4/6
Energy Quiz 382590 Due Yesterday 4/5

******************Read both references BELOW!!! ********************.

HOLOGRAM Refrence 1
Hologram Reference 2 

1. Draw Hologram on Graph paper (See board for sample but read links above first)
A. Should have all 4 sides on graph paper  50 Points
B. Name and Period written on paper on Paper and Period   10 Points
C. Favorite Food/Future Career written on it  10 Points
D. Take picture of graph paper and put in your Project folder

Build Hologram 50 points
Take pictures and video and put in your project folder 50 Points




Class Codes for Kahn Academie
1st period 2ZWRXQ
2nd period MJZY9A
3rd Period 8WWNF5
4th Period B2YD4H
5th Period R4JRMQ

**** HOW to join your class*****
How to join your teacher’s Khan
Academy class
Sign up at
(or log in if you already have an account).
(the “Coaches” tab in your profile).
In the “Add a coach” field, enter the class code.
Class code: _______________
You’re set. Now click Home to start learning!



Work Hard on the following 2 courses!

3/22 to 3-24

This week!
Kahn Academie
Missed a test? Last day for partial credit.
1. Model Rockets 727493
2. Rocket Vocab 108738
3. Autocad 2/28   189087
4. Flight FL6.2    857744
5. How Rockets Fly  631638
 ** Important!!!
When you take your quiz. You put your name in as follows:
1JoeTaylor     1 = the period
if you Joe is in 4th period it would be
4JoeTaylor   .. No spaces etc!
Minus 10 points for not getting this right! =)
1. Make sure all your tests are in!
2. Make sure all your tech articles are in!
3. Do the following:
Kahn Academy!
Get your Current badge!
4. Study for Autocad Certification!
Prep.. Books, ball balloon.  Draw balloon drawing. set up fan, set up projector
National Science Education Standards (NSTA)
Science as Inquiry
• Skills necessary to become independent inquirers about the natural world
Physical Science
• Position and motion of objects
• Motions and forces
• Properties of objects and materials
Thursday March 2nd
Recognize the four basic forces operating on any object moving
through air.
• Describe and demonstrate the effects of relative wind and lift on
objects moving through air.
• Describe and demonstrate the effects of drag and gravity on
objects on objects moving through air.
• Describe and compare friction drag and pressure drag.
• Record experiences and ideas in student journal.
1. Pre BELL ringer …. JOIN LINK  115159  Basic forces review
Open the following tabs:
2. Open your Personal Engineering Notebook in Google Docs
3. Open up your team document
4. Open the Estes rocket book Here
A. Balloon Example/..  ** Teacher
B. What if the balloon went toward space?4.5  Record what you think.. no right or wrong answers here…
5. Read page 16 Newtons 1st law
Discuss Newtons 1st  law with your group and give and examples in your team document of Newtons 1st law
Then give an example of how it applies to your rocket.
Book at rest(Static)
Ball Example
rocket example
C. T*** Tail light example
 Newtons second Law
7. Ball Drop example ?
D. Momentum/Acceleration
8. Throw a ball up?Momentum
F = MA
E. ****Nat hits a train?
F. What if there was no gravity?
g. Fan examplesExtra
Have your team indicate what parts of the rocket produce friction or drag and record in your team document
What impact does gravity have on your rocket?
What happens when your rocket approaches space in relation to gravity?

T*** Captains check show me documents

 1. Post Test …. JOIN LINK  115159
 Work on Collectors Card and Tech Articles for Friday..
Recognize the four basic forces operating on any object moving
through air.
• Describe and demonstrate the effects of relative wind and lift on
objects moving through air.
• Describe and demonstrate the effects of drag and gravity on
objects on objects moving through air.
• Describe and compare friction drag and pressure drag.
• Recognize and use vocabulary related to rocket flight.
• Record experiences and ideas in student journal.
Autocad 2/28   189087
108738  Rockets 3 **VOCAB** NEW Thursday  – 108738 Rockets 2  ** Model Rockets**   NEW code..  202132 (2/27)  Rockets 1 **How Rockets Fly**  – Part 1 – 567992

Old Code Rockets 2  269789


Model Rockets

Space Exploration merit badge requirements

  1. Tell the purpose of space exploration and include the following:
    a. Historical reasons
    b. Immediate goals in terms of specific knowledge
    c. Benefits related to Earth resources, technology, and new products.
    d. International relations and cooperation
  2. Design a collector’s card, with a picture on the front and information on the back, about your favorite space pioneer. Share your card and discuss four other space pioneers with Mr. Mac
  3. Build, launch, and recover a model rocket.[1] Make a second launch to accomplish a specific objective. (Rocket must be built to meet the safety code of the National Association of Rocketry. See the “Model Rocketry” chapter of the Space Exploration merit badge pamphlet.) Identify and explain the following rocket parts:
    a. Body tube
    b. Engine mount
    c. Fins
    d. Igniter
    e. Launch lug
    f. Nose cone
    g. Payload
    h. Recovery system
    i. Rocket engine
  4. Discuss and demonstrate each of the following:
    a. The law of action-reaction.
    b. How rocket engines work
    c. How satellites stay in orbit
    d. How satellite pictures of Earth and pictures of other planets are made and transmitted.
  5. Do TWO of the following:
    a. Discuss with Mr. Mack a robotic space exploration mission and a historic crewed mission. Tell about each mission’s major discoveries, its importance, and what was learned from it about the planets, moons, or regions of space explored.

    b. Using magazine photographs, news clippings, and electronic articles (such as from the Internet), make a scrapbook about a current planetary mission.

    c. Design a robotic mission to another planet or moon that will return samples of its surface to Earth. Name the planet or moon your spacecraft will visit. Show how your design will cope with the conditions of the planet’s or moon’s environment.
  6. Describe the purpose and operation of ONE of the following:
    a. Space shuttle or any other crewed orbital vehicle, whether government owned (U.S. or foreign) or commercial
    b. International Space Station
  7. Design in Autocad an inhabited base located within our solar system, such as Titan, asteroids, or other locations that humans might want to explore in person. Make drawings or a model of your base. In your design, consider and plan for the following:
    a. Source of energy
    b. How it will be constructed
    c. Life-support system
    d. Purpose and function
  8. Write in your Google Doc two possible careers in space exploration that interest you. Find out the qualifications, education, and preparation required and discuss the major responsibilities of those positions.

Friday January 13th
17 Tech Articles Due Today!!
4 Practice Tests due to today!!

*******Welcome Back Second Semester! ***********  January 4th Wednesday


Field Trip Form

Class Presidents Read the following over PA to class:
Robotics meeting tomorrow!

We have a lot to DO!!
Make a document called 2017

In this document insert 2 pictures that can include any or a combination of the following:
1. Things you received
2. Places you went
3. Things you did

Insert a 3rd picture that has you or your profile etc.

Take    Game Code 787366


All Classes except 5th Take  Autocad Practice Test
Sign Up @
se a code from here

Take Autocad 2014 Practice Test number 1



5th Period Take Autodesk Inventor Practice Tests

Finish Mag Lev Cars Wednesday and Thursday if everything is finished from previous Action Items !
Qualifying Races start on Friday!!

******* Semester Exam Practice Tests ***********

Half your Exam –
1. Pictures of your car with your name/period on the wood/foam sections
2. Video of your car going down the track with you in the video with an intro to your car and your car name.

2nd Period and 4th TECH STUDIES ONLY Period

1st and 3rd    Intro to Engineering  012874   JOIN LINK

5th Period Exam Practice Test

Phone Apps Buiid your own

Welcome Back
Its Cyber Monday!


Take the following Quizz: 247657
Work on Tech Articles
Finish My GetReady to work!

 5th Period take the following Quizz. Work on Tech Articles and finish My Get Ready to work!
Ohm’s Law!  701818

Assignment for 10/10
3d Solids Quick Review 504049

Finish  My Florida Get Ready to Work Click on the link Below  Due Friday


The Engineering Design Process Test   306336
9 Weeks Exam 488727


Periods 1-4
9 Weeks Exam Practice
Quizizz   665079Continue My Florida Get Ready to Work!!


5th Period
Study Guide


Monday10/3    Aviation!!!! Engineering  457776
Friday Quiz!!


Start tech article number 7
Take the following Quizizz

Keep taking until you master the information!
Start your MIT course in electrical engineering!! Do as much as you can!
3D printing. You can change the world!
Make a google doc titled:
1. “My Awesome Drone_ your name”
2. Pick a drone project on
3. Pick a personal project on
4. Title the drone project like a tech article BIG and bold with description (40 word min)
5. Title the personal project like a tech article BIG and bold with description (40 word min)
6. Make sure you post a picture for both projects. (like your tech articles)
7. Put a link back to the project on your title (like your tech articles)
7. Download the thingi files to your folder and your jump drive if you have one.
8. Start Maker bot software. Lay out your project on the maker bot platform.
9. Save in Makerbot format and save to you folder and your jumpdrive if you have one.
10. In autocad modify 1 of your projects that you downloaded from Measurement   Monday  124177
EOC practice exam for a Grade
All Articles Due
Song is Due
How to make end of year video:
35 Tech Articles Due Friday. I have been giving everyone ample time now that Rocket builds are over.  If you do not take a test on the day assigned  then it will be a FAVOR to you if I ever put this grade in.  Some of you do assignments after receiving a POOR score and then decide to work. This is not how it works. If you use a cute alias name like OBE1CANOBE  then do not wonder why you have a 0. Use your full name and period. IE  1st_Sean_McSheehy or 1st_Sean_McSheehy_OBE1CANOBE.
The majority of my test or Formative Tests. It is for learning purposes. It also means you can keep taking the quiz/test until you have a perfect score..****READ and TAKE Chapter 17 Test today. a RAP or song that has 20 lines.. You will present to the class your best 10 lines or ALL 20 bars!!
The topic of the RAP must be flight/engineering (drones, planes, robots etc)You must have a law or principle in it that is explained in the RAP or Song.
Must have 20 bars
Should have  an order, rhythm , flow.
This flow or syntax you create must be EXPLAINED.. ie. eminem style
and then EXPLAIN why you like this style.
Read and watch the following:
See the following video for homework. wrote the following from this lesson.
I can write bars with a double word beat.
Triple trouble, its absurd , can you feel the heat.What is the syntax?I have a new Karoke system with Mic that you will get to use. You can get someone else to sing your rap but you must
produce a video that YOU have some part in if you do not do a live solo presentation.**Notice that this project and the final CAP stone project can be done together with creativity and Hard work. You should have
a rough draft of your bars on Monday for me to check and 35 tech articles and your ALL of your tests on file.
FINAL Project..
End of the year capstone. Make a video that has all of your projects in it. Should be at least 1 minute.
Should have pic of your Pyramid, circuits, rockets, maglift etc. You can take a picture a chapter page that you like.
Explain the principle on this page you focused on.
Put your ten bars or 20 bar rap in the video..


Chapter 16 Quiz Aviation

5/4 Quizzizzz
368896  Class rules
951654  Boom to Bust



Quizzes you must take.
Tech Articles  237982
WW2   961587
Bernoulli 250988
1. Open in your browser
2. Enter the 5-digit game code 961587, and click “Proceed”
3. Now enter your name and click “Join Game!”
4. You will get an avatar, and then see a “Start Game” button. Click it to begin!


1. Open in your browser
2. Enter the 5-digit game code 67412, and click “Proceed”
3. Now enter your name and click “Join Game!”
4. You will get an avatar, and then see a “Start Game” button. Click it to begin!

NEW CODE 082692



Engineering I

Engineering II ONLY
Images for Tests

Engineering Process Test

Read the following quietly.

Take the following practice exam when finished.

Above the preparation to being certified in UAV @ choctaw.

How to make microphone



Aviation Class Code Quia FFP383v

Monday 11/16

Make sure you have 13 tech articles!!
Make sure you have taken the following test:

If you forgot your quia log in to take the above test then you will need to make another account using the code at the very top of this page.
No entry to the hanger
Read Electronic Safety

Answer the following questions in your Engineering Notebook:


  1. What causes a short circuit? Why is a short circuit dangerous?
  2. Identify an electric safety feature and explain how it works.
  3. Create an illustrated poster to share electric safety rules with other people your age. Include at least three safety rules in your poster.


Tuesday 11/17

Answer in Engineering Notebook


  1. What is an electric field?
  2. Create a sketch showing how the electric fields of two negatively charged particles interact.

Sign up for the above class! 


1. Identify the need or problem

2. Research the need or problem and three dimensions • Examine current state of the issue and current solutions.

3. Develop possible solutions • Brainstorm possible solutions

4. Select the best possible solution(s) Discuss societal impact and trade-offs of • Determine which solution(s) best meet(s) the solutions the original requirements

5. Construct a prototype • Model the selected solution(s) in two

6. Test and evaluate the solution(s) • Explore other options via the internet, Does it work library, interviews, etc. Does it meet the original design constraints

7. Communicate the solution(s) • Draw on mathematics and science Make an engineering presentation that • Articulate the possible solutions in two includes a discussion of how the solution(s) and three dimensions best meet(s) the needs of the initial problem, opportunity, or need.

8. Redesign • Overhaul the solution(s) based on information gathered during the tests and presentation



Engineering 9 weeks Exam



September 30
7 tech articles due
Finish Engineering lessons
Make sure all pictures of projects are in your folder
Flight Sim when you are done!

Engineering Short Book   <–download to your folder.

Answer questions!


Please read quitely, review and study  the following activity and bring an empty bottle cap and an old CD. I will supply everything else!


Answer the following in a document called Engineering Notebook!
What happens when you roll an object across the ground over grass vs. the sidewalk.
How can two surfaces have no friction between them?


Monday 9/14

Read the first 20 pages above! Know the questions on page 10. Catch up on tech articles! You should have Four!
Flight swim if all work is complete.



It is important for all engineering students to know basic aerodynamics!
We will be brushing through some of the chapters since Aerospace Engineering is a hot topic and a very lucrative career.  Some of you have had these basics so you can skim and take a quick practice exam below. Take it again if necessary.

Intro to flight Chapter 1 Read quietly!
Take practice Quiz

If finished:
There is some fantastic engineering challenges at the link below:

  • 9th Sep, 2015

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