- Watch this any time: Mini-Lecture 0, Some Highlights of the Course Syllabus

- Did this live in Monday's class: Mini-Lecture 1, Knight Sections 1.1 (motion diagrams), 1.2 (idealization as particles), and 1.3 (vectors, position, displacement)
- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 2, Knight Sections 1.3 (remainder), 1.4 (velocity vectors) and 1.5 (acceleration vectors)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 3, Some Loose Ends ((1) "average" change and (2) associativity of vector addition)
- Preparation for Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 4, Last video for Chapter 1, covering Knight Section 1.6 (motion in one dimension)

- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 5, Knight Sections 2.1 and 2.2 (getting velocity from position, slopes, derivatives)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 6, Knight Sections 2.3 and 2.4 (getting position from velocity, area under curve, integrals, constant acceleration)
- Preparation for Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 7, Finish Knight Chapter 2, specifically sections 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6 (most general constant acceleration solution, free fall, motion on an inclined plane)

- Preparation for Monday's class: Mini-Lecture 8, Knight Chapter 3, especially sections 3.3 and 3.4 (resolving vectors along axes, unit vectors, component algebra)
- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 9, Knight Sections 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 (projectile motion, moving coordinate systems)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 10, Knight Sections 4.4 and 4.6 (radians, angular velocity, angular acceleration)
- Preparation for Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 11, Knight Section 4.5 (centripetal acceleration)

- Monday: Midterm 1 (covering Knight Chapters 1-4)
- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Just read Knight Section 5.1 (addition of forces, net force)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 12, Knight Chapter 5 all the way up to 5.5 (notation for computing net force, acceleration is proportional to net force, acceleration is proportional to 1/m, Newton's Second Law)
- Preparation for Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 13, Knight 5.6 and 5.7 (Newton's First Law, free-body diagrams) and Knight 6.1 and 6.2 (statics, applying Newton's Second Law)

- Preparation for Monday's class: Just read Knight Section 6.3 (weight, mass and gravity)
- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 14, Knight Section 6.4 (static, kinetic and rolling friction)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 15, Knight 6.5 and 7.3 (drag, Newton's Third Law)
- Preparation for Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 16, Knight 7.4 and 7.5 (ropes and pulleys)

- Preparation for Monday's class: Just come with questions about the problems due Sunday night and Knight Section 8.1
- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 17, Knight Sections 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3 (new ways of thinking about projectile and circular motion)
- Shown in Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 18, Knight Sections 8.4 and 8.5 (review of velocity and acceleration definitions, non-uniform circular motion)
- Preparation for Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 19, Knight Sections 9.1, 9.2 and 9.3 (kinetic energy, a basic explanation of work, introduction of dot product)

- Preparation for Monday's and Wednesday's classes (three flipped lectures):
- Mini-Lecture 20, Knight Section 9.2 cleanup (work when the path is curved or the force is varying)
- Mini-Lecture 21, Knight Section 9.3 cleanup (more fun with dot products and work)
- Mini-Lecture 22, Knight Section 9.4 (springs, work done by springs)

- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 23, Knight Sections 9.5 and 9.6 (dissipative forces, power)
- Preparation for Friday's class (three short flipped lectures):
- Mini-Lecture 24a, summary of the most important theoretical formula from Knight Chapter 9 (formulas for work and power)
- Mini-Lecture 24b, Knight Section 10.1 (introduction to the idea of potential energy)
- Mini-Lecture 24c, Knight Section 10.2 (gravitational potential energy)

- Monday: Midterm 2 (covering Knight Chapters 5-9)
- Preparation for Wednesday's class (two short flipped lectures):
- Mini-Lecture 24d, Knight Section 10.2 completed (gravitational potential energy with arbitrary paths)
- Mini-Lecture 25, Knight Sections 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5 (potential energy in springs, plus more on energy conservation and energy bar charts)

- Thursday and Friday: Midterm break!

- Material covered in Monday's class: Mini-Lecture 26, remainder of Knight Section 10.5 (energy diagrams, turning points, stable equilibria, unstable equilibria)
- Material covered in Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 27, start Knight Section 10.6 (proof of F_x = - dU / dx)
- Material covered in Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 28, finish Knight Section 10.6 and the remainder of Chapter 10 (F_s = - dU / ds, conservative and non-conservative forces)
- Material covered in Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 29, start Knight Sections 11.1 and 11.2 (definition of momentum, conservation of total momentum)

- Preparation for Monday's class: Mini-Lecture 30, finish Knight Sections 11.1, 11.2 and 11.3 (impulse, inelastic and elastic collisions)
- For Tuesday's class: no flipped lecture, but in class we covered Knight 11.4 ("explosions") and Knight 11.5 (using momentum conservation in 2-d)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 31, Knight Section 12.2 (the center of mass frame, including reviews of related earlier material)
- Material covered in Friday's class:
- Advanced and optional: Mini-Lecture 32a, how to calculate the center of mass of a rotating rigid body using integrals
- Definitely not optional: Mini-Lecture 32b, Knight Section 12.3 (kinetic energy of a rotating rigid body, moment of inertia)

- Preparation for Monday's class: Mini-Lecture 33, Knight Sections 12.5, 12.6 and 12.7 (angular momentum, torque, angular acceleration of a rotating rigid body)
- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 34, Knight Sections 12.8 and 12.9 (one example problem for statics, and one with a pulley that — sort of — gets at rolling motion)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 35, Knight Sections 13.3 and 13.4 (Newton's Universal Theory of Gravitation, relationship between G and g)
- Preparation for Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 36, Knight Sections 13.5 and 13.6 (Gravitational Potential Energy, properties of circular orbits, including Kepler's Third Law)

- Monday: Midterm 3 (covering Knight Chapters 10-13)
- Material covered in Wednesday's class (Knight Sections 15.1, 15.2, 15.4 and 15.6):
- Mini-Lecture 37a, circular motion
- Mini-Lecture 37b, simple harmonic oscillator dynamics
- Mini-Lecture 37c, pendulum

- Preparation for Thursday's class:
- Mini-Lecture 38, Knight Section 15.3 (energy in simple harmonic oscillator)
- Mini-Lecture 39, Knight Section 15.5 (vertical simple harmonic oscillator)

- Material covered in Friday's class: Mini-Lecture 40, Knight Section 15.7 (damped simple harmonic oscillator)

- Preparation for Monday's class:
- Mini-Lecture 41a, Knight Sections 14.1, 14.2 and 14.3 (density and pressure)
- Mini-Lecture 41b, Knight Section 14.4 (how pressure varies with depth, buoyancy)

- Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Thanksgiving break!

- Preparation for Monday's class:
- Mini-Lecture 42a, Knight Section 16.2 (snapshot and history diagrams for waves)
- Mini-Lecture 42b, Knight Section 16.3 (properties of sinusoidal waves)

- Preparation for Wednesday's class: Mini-Lecture 43, Coupled Torsion Rods (relates to, but does not follow Knight Section 16.4)
- Preparation for Thursday's class: Mini-Lecture 44, Knight Sections 17.1, 17.2 and 17.3 (superposition principle, standing waves, standing waves on a clamped string)
- That's all folks! In Friday's class we'll use a Mathematica Notebook to do some of the heavy lifting we did analytically in Wednesday's class.

- Monday: Final (cumulative Chapters 1-12 plus new material 15-17)