The intent is to follow the text fairly closely. This schedule might change slightly but most of the material should still be covered except, perhaps, the last chapter.
Week  Material  Notes 

Aug 21  Chapter 1  Introduction, units, review of calculus, vectors, coordinate systems, derivatives of vectors, rectlinear, polar and cylindrical coordinate systems.  
Aug 28  Chapter 2  Motion in one dimension, uniform acceleration, potential and kinetic energy, velocity dependent forces.  
Sep 4  Chapter 3  Oscillations, linear restoring force, equations of motion, simple pendulum, energy conservation.  
Sep 11  Chapter 3 (cont.)  damped harmonic motion, forced harmonic motion, Fourier analysis, examples.  
Sep 18  Chapter 4  Motion in 3 dimensions, potential energy, projectile motion, harmonic oscillator in 3 dimensions, motion in electric and magnetic fields.  
Sep 25  Chapter 5  Noninertial reference frames, rotating coordinate systems, angular velocity.  
Oct 2  Chapter 6  Central forces and gravitation, examples.  
Oct 9  First midterm exam  No class Oct 10 (October break) 
Oct 16  Chapter 7  Systems of particles, angular momentum, center of mass, reduced mass, collisions. 

Oct 23  Chapter 8  Rigid bodies, moments of inertia.  
Oct 30  Chapter 8 (cont.)  angular momentum, collisions.  
Nov 6  Chapter 9  Motion of rigid bodies, principal axes.  
Nov 13  Chapter 9 (cont.)  Euler's equations of motion.  
Nov 20  Second midterm exam  No class Nov 23 (Thanksgiving) 
Nov 27  Chapter 10  Lagrangian mechanics.  
Dec 4  Review  
Dec 11  Final exam week 