PHYSICAL SCIENCE for FALL 2016-2017

   

 

 

Highlights

Lesson Plans can be
found HERE

Cornell Notes Template

Click Here to Access Physical Science Reference Table

 

WEEK in REVIEW

SWBAT:
......Interpret all motion as relative to a selected reference point.
Identify distance and displacement as a scalar-vector pair.
..... Describe motion qualitatively and quantitatively in terms of an
object’s change of position, distance traveled, and displacement.
.....Classify frictional forces into one of four types: static, sliding,
rolling, and fluid.
..... Explain forces using Newton’s three laws of motion.

   

Lessons - Motion 1.1

August 23-26, 2016

   

Tuesday8/23

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's Second Law

Science Friction Characters 

Forces and Free Body Diagrams

Worksheet:

Newton's Second Law Worksheet

Showing Forces

Free Body Diagram Worksheet

Assessment Alert - BenchMark on Thursday

Topic: Motion - Newton's Second Law/
                          Free Body Diagrams

Warm-Up Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What is the equation for force?
  • How does weight and mass differ?
  • According to Newton what is a force and
    how does it affect motion?
  • What does Newton's Second Law state?
  • What is a Free Body Diagram and how does
    it describe motion?

Vocabulary:    Force/Newtons
                           Weight/Mass
                           Free Body Diagrams
                           Contact Force/Distance Force

  
PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Second Law

Forces and Free Body Diagrams

 

Group Work:  WhiteBoard Activity

Drawing Free Body Diagrams with cards

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Second Law Worksheet

Free Body Diagram Worksheet

 

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge 
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson

   

Wednesday8/24

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's Third Law

Name That Law Group

Worksheet:

Newton's Three Laws as they 
apply to the 
Marble Lab.

Newton's Law Survival

Lab Exercise:

Balloon Racing

Assessment Alert - BenchMark on Thursday

Topic: Motion - Newton's Third Law

Warm-Up Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What is meant by the term "Action/Reaction Pair"
  • How does Newton's Third Law relate to the other two laws?

Vocabulary:    Action/Reaction
                        

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Third Law

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity
Table Talk

Name That Law Group Review Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Law Survival

Newton's Three Laws as they apply to
the Marble Lab.

 Lab Exercise: Balloon Racing

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge 
                    gained in the lesso
n. Power Point Closure

   

Thursday8/25

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's Third Law

Name That Law Group

Worksheet:

Newton's Three Laws as they 
apply to the 
Marble Lab.

Newton's Law Survival

Lab Exercise:

Balloon Racing


Assessment Alert - BenchMark on Today

Topic: Motion - Newton's Third Law

Warm-Up Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What is meant by the term "Action/Reaction Pair"
  • How does Newton's Third Law relate to the other two laws?

Vocabulary:    Action/Reaction
                        

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Third Law

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity
Table Talk

Name That Law Group Review Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Law Survival

Newton's Three Laws as they apply to
the Marble Lab.

 Lab Exercise: Balloon Racing

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge 
                    gained in the lesso
n. Power Point Closure

 

   

Friday8/26

PowerPoint Lesson:


Worksheet:

Newton's Three Laws as they 
apply to the 
Marble Lab.

Newton's Law Survival

Lab Exercise:

Balloon Racing

 

Topic: Motion - Newton's Third Law

Warm-Up Question of the Day  

Essential Questions


  • How does Newton's Laws explain how we view motion?

Vocabulary:    Heads Up Game
                        

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Third Law

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity
Table Talk

Name That Law Group Review Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Law Survival

Newton's Three Laws as they apply to
the Marble Lab.

 Lab Exercise: Balloon Racing

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge 
                    gained in the lesso
n. Power Point Closure

   
   
   
   
   
   

Monday- 8/15
Tuesday8/16

PowerPoint Lesson:

Ticker-Tape Lesson

Graphing Velocity
and Acceleration


Worksheet:

Motion Self-Check

Acceleration Worksheet

Homework:

Science Friction Lesson

 

Assessment Alert - Quiz on Thursday

Topic: Motion - Graphing Motion & Marble Racing

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:    Slope/Momentum
                           Positive Velocity/Constant Velocity   
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Ticker-Tape Lesson

Graphing Velocity and Acceleration

Group Work:

Name That Interaction 

WhiteBoard Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Motion Self-Check

Acceleration Worksheet

 Lab Exercise: Marble Racing

FLIP CLASSROOM : Homework
Science Friction Lesson

A deeper look at what we will learn in class tomorrow.

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson

   

Wednesday- 8/17

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's First Law

Worksheet:

Survival Motion

 

Assessment Alert - Quiz on Thursday

Topic: Motion - Newton's First Law

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What are the four types of friction?
  • Explain the property of Inertia
  • According to Newton what is a force and how
    does it affect motion?
  • What does Newton's First Law state?

Vocabulary:    Inertia/Friction/Force
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's First Law

Group Work: 

Table Talk

Science Friction Characters

Independent Work Exercise: 

Survival Motion

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   

Thursday- 8/18

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's Second Law

Science Friction Characters 

Worksheet:

Newton's Second Law Worksheet

Showing Forces
 

Assessment Alert - Quiz Thursday

Topic: Motion - Newton's Second Law

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What is the equation for force?
  • How does weight and mass differ?
  • According to Newton what is a force and how
    does it affect motion?
  • What does Newton's Second Law state?

Vocabulary:    Force/Newtons
                           Weight/Mass  
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Second Law

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity

Showing Forces

Science Friction Characters

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Second Law Worksheet

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   

Friday- 8/19

PowerPoint Lesson:

Forces and Free Body Diagrams


Worksheet:

Free Body Diagram Worksheet

 

Assessment Alert - Quiz Today

Topic: Free Body Diagrams

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

Vocabulary:    Free Body Diagrams
                           Contact Force/Distance Force
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Forces and Free Body Diagrams

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity

Drawing Free Body Diagrams with cards

Independent Work Exercise: 

Free Body Diagram Worksheet

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Exit Worksheet
   

Monday- 8/22

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's Third Law

Name That Law Group

Worksheet:

Newton's Three Laws as they
apply to the
Marble Lab.

Newton's Law Survival
 

Topic: Motion - Newton's Third Law

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:    Action/Reaction
                       

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Third Law

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity
Table Talk

Name That Law Group Review Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Law Survival

Newton's Three Laws as they apply to the
Marble Lab.

 Lab Exercise: Balloon Racing

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Power Point Closure
   

Monday- 8/8

PowerPoint Lesson:

 GRAPHING IN SCIENCE


Worksheet:

Scatter Plots

Waiting for the Bus

Graphing

Assessment Alert - Quiz on Wednesday

Topic: Motion - Graphing

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What kind of information can we get
    from different types of graphs?
  • Why do we use line graphs in Physics
  • What is the difference between a
    direct/indirect relationship?
  • What does it mean to extrapolate/Interpolate data?  

Vocabulary: Interpolate/Extrapolate
                    Direct/Indirect Relationship

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

GRAPHING IN SCIENCE

Group Work: 

Scatter Plots

Waiting for the Bus

Getting the Point

Independent Work Exercise: 

 Graphing


Closure:Assist students in organizing the knowledge gained
in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson

   

Tuesday- 8/9

PowerPoint Lesson:

Distance/Displacement Lesson


Worksheet:

Distance/Displacement Worksheet

Distance/Displacement Dance

Distance/Displacement Graphing

Graph Paper
 

Assessment Alert - Quiz on Wednesday

Topic: Motion -Distance and Displacement

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How would you describe the motion of the people
    and objects around you?
  • How do we know when an object is moving?
  • What is a frame of reference?
  • How do distance and displacement differ?
  • What is a vector?  

Vocabulary: Distance/Displacement
                    Vector/Scalar

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Distance/Displacement Lesson

Group Work: 

Distance/Displacement Dance

Distance/Displacement Whiteboard Exercise

Distance/Displacement Graphing Activity

Graph Paper

Independent Work Exercise: 

Distance/Displacement Worksheet

Closure:Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   

Wednesday- 8/10

PowerPoint Lesson:

Distance/Displacement Lesson


Worksheet:


Acceleration Worksheet

Name That Interaction

Survival Motion
 

Assessment Alert - Quiz on TODAY!

Topic: Motion - Velocity, Momentum, Acceleration

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How can you calculate slope?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:   Acceleration/Momentum
                           Speed/Velocity

Heads-Up Vocabulary Game
        

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Distance/Displacement Lesson - All Motion

Group Work: 

Scalar/Vector Vocabulary Game

Name That Interaction

Ticker-Tape Lesson

Independent Work Exercise: 

Acceleration Worksheet

Survival Motion

 Lab Exercise: Marble Racing Instructions

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   

Thursday- 8/10

PowerPoint Lesson:

Distance/Displacement Lesson

Ticker-Tape Lesson

 

Worksheet:


Acceleration Worksheet

Name That Interaction

Survival Motion

Topic: Motion - Velocity, Momentum, Acceleration

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How can you calculate slope?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:   Acceleration/Momentum
                           Speed/Velocity

Heads-Up Vocabulary Game
        

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Distance/Displacement Lesson - All Motion

Group Work: 

Scalar/Vector Vocabulary Game

Name That Interaction

Ticker-Tape Lesson

Independent Work Exercise: 

Acceleration Worksheet

Survival Motion

 Lab Exercise: Marble Racing Instructions

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   

Friday- 8/12

PowerPoint Lesson:

 

Ticker-Tape Lesson

Graphing Velocity
and Acceleration

Worksheet:

Motion Self-Check

Marble Racing

Survival Motion

Homework:

FLIP CLASSROOM :
Science Friction Lesson

A deeper look at what we
will learn in class tomorrow

 

Topic: Motion - Graphing Motion & Marble Racing

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:    Slope/Momentum
                           Positive Velocity/Constant Velocity   
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Ticker-Tape Lesson

Graphing Velocity and Acceleration

Group Work:

Name That Interaction 

WhiteBoard Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Motion Self-Check

Survival Motion

 Lab Exercise: Marble Racing

FLIP CLASSROOM : Homework
Science Friction Lesson

A deeper look at what we will learn in class tomorrow.

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson

   
   
   
   
   
   
WEEK ONE

Thursday- 8/4

PowerPoint Lesson:

Scientific Method/
Observations/Inferences


Worksheet:

Design an Experiment

Introduction to the
Scientific Method

Lab Report Template

 

Topic: Motion -The Scientific Method

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How would you describe the steps of the scientific method
  • How do we differentiate between observations/inferences
  • How do we differentiate between variables?
  • How do design an eperiment?  

Vocabulary: Observation/Inference
                    Qualitative/Quantative

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Scientific Method/Observations/Inferences

Group Work: 

Introduction to the Scientific Method

Lab Report Template

Independent Work Exercise: 

Design an Experiment

Closure:Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   
 

Friday- 8/5

PowerPoint Lesson:

 GRAPHING IN SCIENCE


Worksheet:

Scatter Plots

Waiting for the Bus

Graphing

Topic: Motion - Graphing

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What kind of information can we get
    from different types of graphs?
  • Why do we use line graphs in Physics
  • What is the difference between a
    direct/indirect relationship?
  • What does it mean to extrapolate/Interpolate data?  

Vocabulary: Interpolate/Extrapolate
                    Direct/Indirect Relationship

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

GRAPHING IN SCIENCE

Group Work: 

Scatter Plots

Waiting for the Bus

Getting the Point

Independent Work Exercise: 

 Graphing


Closure:Assist students in organizing the knowledge 

                    gained in the lesson. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   
  
 

Highlights

Lesson Plans can be
found HERE

Cornell Notes Template

Click Here to Access Physical Science Reference Table
 

WEEK in REVIEW

SWBAT: Understand motion in terms of speed, velocity,
            acceleration, and momentum.
-Explain motion in terms of frame of reference, distance,
 and displacement.
-Compare speed, velocity, acceleration, and momentum
  using investigations, graphing, scalar quantities, and vector quantities.

Lessons - Motion 1.1

   

Thursday- 8

PowerPoint Lesson:

Distance/Displacement Lesson


Worksheet:

Distance/Displacement Worksheet

Distance/Displacement Dance

Distance/Displacement Graphing

Graph Paper

Topic: Motion -Distance and Displacement

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How would you describe the motion of the people
    and objects around you?
  • How do we know when an object is moving?
  • What is a frame of reference?
  • How do distance and displacement differ?
  • What is a vector?  

Vocabulary: Distance/Displacement
                    Vector/Scalar

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Distance/Displacement Lesson

Group Work: 

Distance/Displacement Dance

Distance/Displacement Whiteboard Exercise

Distance/Displacement Graphing Activity

Graph Paper

Independent Work Exercise: 

Distance/Displacement Worksheet

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson

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Thursday

PowerPoint Lesson:

Distance/Displacement Lesson


Worksheet:


Acceleration Worksheet

Name That Interaction

Survival Motion

 

Topic: Motion - Velocity, Momentum, Acceleration

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How can you calculate slope?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:   Acceleration/Momentum
                           Speed/Velocity

Heads-Up Vocabulary Game
        

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Distance/Displacement Lesson - All Motion

Group Work: 

Scalar/Vector Vocabulary Game

Name That Interaction

Ticker-Tape Lesson

Independent Work Exercise: 

Acceleration Worksheet

 Lab Exercise: Marble Racing Instructions

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson

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Monday- 8/8

PowerPoint Lesson:

Graphing Velocity and Acceleration

Worksheet:

Motion Self-Check

Marble Racing

Survival Motion

FLIP CLASSROOM :

Science Friction Lesson

This HW assignment wll better
prepare you for class tomorrow.

 

Assessment Alert - Quiz on Wednesday

Topic: Motion - Graphing Motion & Marble Racing

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:    Slope/Momentum
                           Positive Velocity/Constant Velocity   
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Graphing Velocity and Acceleration

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Motion Self-Check

 Lab Exercise: Marble Racing

FLIP CLASSROOM : Science Friction Lesson

A deeper look at what we will learn in class tomorrow.

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
 

Tuesday- 8/9

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's First Law

Worksheet:

Survival Motion

Homework:

Science Friction Lesson

Assessment Alert - Quiz on Wednesday

Topic: Motion - Newton's First Law

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • What are the four types of friction?
  • Explain the property of Inertia
  • According to Newton what is a force and how
    does it affect motion?
  • What does Newton's First Law state?

Vocabulary:    Inertia/Friction/Force
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's First Law

Group Work: 

Table Talk

Science Friction Characters

Independent Work Exercise: 

Survival Motion

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   
 

Wednesday- 8/10

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's Second Law

Science Friction Characters 

Worksheet:

Newton's Second Law Worksheet

Showing Forces

Assessment Alert - Quiz Today

Topic: Motion - Newton's Second Law

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?

Vocabulary:    Force/Newtons
                           Weight/Mass  
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Second Law

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity

Showing Forces

Science Friction Characters

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Second Law Worksheet

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Return to PowerPoint Lesson
   
day-


Topic: Free Body Diagrams

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

Vocabulary:    Free Body Diagrams
                           Contact Force/Distance Force
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Forces and Free Body Diagrams

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity

Drawing Free Body Diagrams with cards

Science Friction Characters

Independent Work Exercise: 

Free Body Diagram Worksheet

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Exit Worksheet
   
 
 
 

Thursday- 8/11

PowerPoint Lesson:

Newton's Third Law

Name That Law Group

 

Worksheet:

Newton's Three Laws as they
apply to the
Marble Lab.

Newton's Law Survival

Topic: Motion - Newton's Third Law

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:    Action/Reaction
                       

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Third Law

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity
Table Talk

Name That Law Group Review Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

Newton's Law Survival

Newton's Three Laws as they apply to the
Marble Lab.

 Lab Exercise: Balloon Racing

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Power Point Closure
 

Friday- 8/12

PowerPoint Lesson:

 

Worksheet:

Topic: Motion -

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

Essential Questions

  • How are changes in velocity described?
  • How does a velocity-time graph indicate acceleration?
  • When is an object moving with constant acceleration?

Vocabulary:     
   

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 

Group Work: 

WhiteBoard Activity

Independent Work Exercise: 

 

 Lab Exercise:

Tie to catch up - quiz corrections

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge
                    gained in the lesso
n. Power Point Closure
   
   

    These are archieved items

 

 

Please do not go past this point.

  

 

 

 

Tuesday- 3/22

PowerPoint Lesson:


- Power Power Power

- Work Work Work


Worksheet:

- Work and Power WorkSheet

Topic: Work and Power

Warm-Up - Question of the Day 
            

Essential Question

What is the relationship between the forces applied to an object and the displacement of the object?

What is the relationship between work and power?

   

Group Work: 

Take notes as you go along, please

1)White Board Exercise

Do the word problems that go along with the power point presentation as a table exercise. Teach each other.

2) Working in your "Table Group"

Finish and turn in the Work and Power packet from last week.

 

Vocabulary:

- Work/Power

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Power Power Power - Work Work Work

Independent Work Exercise:


- Work and Power WorkSheet

- Please complete the "Work and Power Lab Packet"

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

   
   
   
   
   
   
  Week of February 29 - March 1, 2016

Monday- 2/29

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Thermodynamic Systems


Worksheet:

Please hand in your QOD
sheet from last week.

Topic: Thermodynamic Systems

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Quiz on Wednesday
            

Essential Question

What is the difference between heat and temperature?

What are the primary methods of energy transfer?
 
                           

Group Work: 

TODAY begins our Roller Coaster Adventure.

During the second half of class, you will be working on designing your coaster. Please read through the entire Web Quest and visit each of the recommended sites.

Amusement Park Physics

Physics Glossary

Design a Roller Coaster

How do Coasters come to be?

Please watch all videos.

How to build a Roller Coaster Physics Style

How Roller Coasters Work

Additional Videos

Vocabulary:

- Heat and Temperature

- Conduction/Convection/Radiation

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Thermodynamic Systems

 

Independent Work Exercise:

- Cornell Notes

- Quiz Corrections

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

 

Tuesday- 3/1

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Kinetic and Potential Energy


Worksheet:

The sub will hand out the worksheet.

Please hand this in at the end of the Block.

 

ATTENTION PLEASE:

I was informed late yesterday afternoon that I would have to proctor the ACT today. This was not my first choice. I would rather be in class with you all; however, i do not always get what i want.

Please take notes on the PowerPoint and solve the problems along with answering the question of the day. When you have completed this, you can work on your Class Project.

Ms. Horan's class can work on doing their test and quiz corrections.

We will resume our usual studies when I return tomorrow.

Sorry - will miss you all!

 

Topic: Potential and Kinetic Energy

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Quiz on Friday
            

Essential Question

What is the relationship between potential and Kinetic Energy?

              

Vocabulary:

- Heat and Temperature

- Conduction/Convection/Radiation

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Kinetic and Potential Energy

 

Independent Work Exercise:

-Notes on PowerPoint

- Solving Problems Worksheet

 

Group Work: 

TODAY begins our Roller Coaster Adventure.

During the second half of class, you will be working on designing your coaster. Please read through the entire Web Quest and visit each of the recommended sites.

Amusement Park Physics

Physics Glossary

Design a Roller Coaster

How do Coasters come to be?

Please watch all videos.

How to build a Roller Coaster Physics Style

How Roller Coasters Work

Additional Videos

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

   
 

Wednesday- 3/2

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Energy


Worksheet:

_ Worksheet 1

- Worksheet Extreme

 

Topic: Energy

Warm-Up - Question of the Day 
            

Essential Question

What is the relationship between potential and Kinetic Energy?

   

Group Work: 

- White Board Exercise

- I'm a genius/I'm OK/HELP


Vocabulary:

- Potential/Kinetic Energy

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Energy

Independent Work Exercise:

_ Worksheet 1

- Worksheet Extreme

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

 

Thursday- 3/3

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Energy

- Kinetic and Potential Energy


Worksheet:

- Worksheet 1

- Worksheet Extreme

 

Topic: Energy

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Quiz on Friday
            

Essential Question

What is the relationship between potential and Kinetic Energy?

   

Group Work: 

- Poster Board Review Activity

- White Board Exercise

- I'm a genius/I'm OK/HELP


Vocabulary:

- Potential/Kinetic Energy

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Energy

- Kinetic and Potential Energy

Independent Work Exercise:

_ Worksheet 1

- Worksheet Extreme

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

   
 

Friday- 3/4

Class #1

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Kinetic and Potential Energy

- Roller Coaster Adventure

 

 

 

Class #2

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Science Friction

- Newtons Laws

 

Class #1

Topic: Potential and Kinetic Energy

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Quiz today
            

Essential Question

What is the relationship between potential and Kinetic Energy and how does it apply to our Roller Coaster?

              

Vocabulary:

- Energy/Potential/Kinetic

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Kinetic and Potential Energy

- Roller Coaster Adventure

Independent Work Exercise:

-Quiz

Group Work: 

TODAY begins our Roller Coaster Adventure.

During the second half of class, you will be working on designing your coaster. Please read through the entire Web Quest and visit each of the recommended sites.

Amusement Park Physics

Physics Glossary

Design a Roller Coaster

How do Coasters come to be?

Please watch all videos.

How to build a Roller Coaster Physics Style

How Roller Coasters Work

Additional Videos

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

 

Class #2

Topic: Newton's Laws

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Quiz today
            

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?

Objective: To understand the relationship between forces and motion.                          

Group Work: 

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Inertia/Force/Newtons/Weight

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Newtons Laws

- Science Friction

Independent Work Exercise:

- Quiz

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher/Draw it

 

   
   
Week of February 22 - February 26, 2016

Monday- 2/22

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Review Velocity Acceleration

- Science Friction

Worksheet:

- Acceleration Worksheet

Topic: Speed Velocity/Acceleration and Momentum
           Friction

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Quiz on Wednesday
            

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?
 
                           

Group Work: 

- WhiteBoard Activity

Vocabulary:Acceleration/momentum/speed/velocity

                        Friction

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 - Review Velocity Acceleration

- Science Friction

Independent Work Exercise:

- Acceleration Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

   
   

Tuesday- 2/23

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Newtons Laws

 

Worksheet:

- Newton's Logic Puzzle

 

Topic: Newton's Laws

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Quiz on Wednesday
            

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?

Objective: To understand the relationship between forces and motion.                          

Group Work: 

- Posters and Paste

Vocabulary: Inertia/Force/Newtons/Weight

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Newtons Laws

Independent Work Exercise:

- Newton's Logic Puzzle

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher/Draw it

   
 

Wednesday- 2/24

PowerPoint Lesson:

- New Student Forces

 

Worksheet:

- Newton's Logic Puzzle

- Free Body Diagrams Work Sheet

 

Topic: Free Body Diagrams

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Assessment Today!
            

Essential Question

How do free-body diagrams help us understand the types and direction of forces working on an object?

Objective: 

To understand the definition of force and how its application effects the different parts of a system.

                        

Group Work: 

- White Board Draw It!

 

Vocabulary: Free Body Diagram/Force/Newtons/

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- New Student Forces

 

Independent Work Exercise:

- Newton's Logic Puzzle

- Free Body Diagrams Work Sheet

Closure: Time With Teacher/Vocabulary Game
 

Thursday- 2/25

PowerPoint Lesson:

- New Student Forces

Worksheet:

- Newton's Logic Puzzle

- Free Body Diagrams Work Sheet
 

Topic: Free Body Diagrams

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Assessment Friday
            

Essential Question

How do free-body diagrams help us understand the types and direction of forces working on an object?

Objective: 

To understand the definition of force and how its application effects the different parts of a system.                      

Group Work: 

- White Board Draw It!

Vocabulary: Free Body Diagram/Force/Newtons/

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- New Student Forces

Independent Work Exercise:

- Newton's Logic Puzzle

- Free Body Diagrams Work Sheet

Closure: Time With Teacher/Vocabulary Game
   

Friday- 2/26

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Forces in a NUTSHELL

- Roller Coaster Adventure.

Worksheet:

- Free Body Diagrams Work Sheet

 

Topic: Free Body Diagrams in a NUTSHELL

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Assessment Today
            

Essential Question

How do free-body diagrams help us understand the types and direction of forces working on an object?

Objective: 

To understand the definition of force and how its application effects the different parts of a system.                      

Group Work: 

- White Board Draw It!

Vocabulary: Free Body Diagram/Force/Newtons/

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Forces in a NUTSHELL

Independent Work Exercise:

- Free Body Diagrams Work Sheet

 

TODAY begins our Roller Coaster Adventure.

During the second half of class, you will be working on designing your coaster. Please read through the entire Web Quest and visit each of the recommended sites.

Amusement Park Physics

Physics Glossary

Design a Roller Coaster

How do Coasters come to be?

Please watch all videos.

How to build a Roller Coaster Physics Style

How Roller Coasters Work

Additional Videos

 

Closure: Time With Teacher/Vocabulary Game
   
  Week of February 16 - February 19, 2016

Tuesday- 2/16

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Distance/Displacement

- Marble Racing


Worksheet:

- Racing Handout

- Graph Paper

- Acceleration Worksheet

Topic: Speed Velocity/Acceleration and Momentum

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Test on Friday
            

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?
 
                           

Group Work: 

- Marble Racing Hall Activity

Vocabulary: Acceleration/momentum/speed/velocity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 - Distance/Displacement/

- Marble Racing

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Racing Handout

- Graph Paper

- Acceleration Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

 

Wednesday- 2/17

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Distance/Displacement

- Marble Racing


Worksheet:

- Acceleration Worksheet
 

Topic: Speed Velocity/Acceleration and Momentum

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Test on Friday
            

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?
 
                           

Group Work: 

- WhiteBoard Exercise
- Marble Racing
Hall Activity

Vocabulary:Acceleration/momentum/speed/velocity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 - Distance/Displacement/

- Marble Racing

Independent Work Exercise: 


- Acceleration Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

 

Thursday- 2/18

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Distance/Displacement

- Reference Table Data


Worksheet:

- Acceleration Worksheet

- Parts of a Graph

 

Topic: Graphing - Quiz Review

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Test on Friday
            

Essential Question

What are the important parts of a graph?
 
                           

Group Work: 

- Parts of a Graph
- Marble Racing
Hall Activity

Vocabulary:Independent/Dependent/Variables/
                   Legend/Extrapolate/Interpolate

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 - Distance/Displacement/

- Reference Table Data

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Graphing Activity

- Acceleration Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

 

Friday- 2/19

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Marble Racing

 

Worksheet:

None

 

Topic: Speed Velocity/Acceleration and Momentum

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Test cancelled

You all have been working hard and doing a
GREAT job! no need to assess mastery!
            

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?
 
                           

Group Work: 

- Marble Racing Hall Activity
- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary:Acceleration/momentum/speed/velocity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Marble Racing

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Racing Handout


Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

Test and Quiz Corrections

   
   
   
   
   
  Week of February 8 - February 12, 2016

Monday- 2/8

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Fission Fussion ABG

- Introduction to Radiation/Worksheet Info


Worksheet:

- Fission and Fussion Intro
   Worksheet

Topic: Radioactivity/Forms of Radiation

Warm-Up - Question of the Day
                  Lab Activity 

!Assessment ALERT! - Quiz on Wednesday
                                   Test on Friday

            

Group Work: 

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Fission/Fussion/Alpha?Betta/Gamma

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Fission Fussion ABG

- Introduction to Radiation/Worksheet Info

Independent Work Exercise: 

Please read the PowerPoint information before
attempting to fill in this worksheet.

- Introduction to Radiation/Worksheet Info PowerPoint

- Fission and Fussion Intro Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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Tuesday- 2/9

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - NRC - Webquest


Worksheet:

- Average Dose Worksheet

Topic: Radioactivity WebQuest

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Quiz on Wednesday
                                   Test on Friday

I am at a conference (as discusses in class yesterday).
You will have a sub. Please be respectful and work diligently. The PowerPoint outlines the direction and the questions you will be responsible for answering. Some of these questions will appear on the quiz tomorrow.

Key Points:

- Be sure to answer the QOD.

- Look for the arrows, these show areas where you are required to answer questions.

- Record all answers on your Cornell note sheets, place in your notebook for reference on your quiz tomorrow.

- Please be sure to complete the personal dose worksheet and attach it to your quiz tomorrow. It is worth ten points. You will not receive credit unless this is completed and handed in as specified.

- The NRC website can be found here. The link is also on the PowerPoint presentation.

            

Group Work: 

- NRC Webquest - with table partner

Vocabulary: NRC/Average Dose

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- NRC - Webquest

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Average Dose Worksheet

Closure: Have a fantastic day - I am missing you all already!

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Wednesday- 2/10

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Distance/Displacement


Worksheet:

 - Distance/Displacement 

- Distance/Displacement Dance

- Distance/Displacement Game

- Graph Paper

Topic: Forces and Motion-Distance and Displacement

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Quiz TODAY
                                   Test on Friday

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?
            

Group Work: 

- Vocabulary Game

- Distance/Displacement Dance

- Distance/Displacement Game

- Graph Paper

Vocabulary: Distance/Displacement
                    Vector/Scalar

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Distance/Displacement

Independent Work Exercise: 

 - Distance/Displacement Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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Thursday- 2/11

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Distance/Displacement


Worksheet:

- Speed Velocity Worksheet

- Acceleration Worksheet

Topic: Speed Velocity/Acceleration and Momentum

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! -Test on Friday
            

Essential Question

What are the variables that affect motion?
 
                           

Group Work: 

- White Board Exercise

- Distance Displacement Hall Activity

Vocabulary: Acceleration/momentum/speed/velocity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 - Distance/Displacement/

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Speed Velocity Worksheet

- Acceleration Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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Friday- 2/12

PowerPoint Lesson:

 


Worksheet:

Topic:

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!Assessment ALERT! - Test TODAY
                                  

Essential Question

        

Group Work: 

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary:

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

 

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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 Week of February 1 - February 5, 2016

Monday- 2/1

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Acids and Bases


Worksheet:

- Acid and Base Worksheet

Topic: Acids and bases

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test on Friday
            

Group Work: 

- Vocabulary Game

- Periodic Table Review

Vocabulary: Acids/Bases/Hydronium Ion

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Acids and Bases

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Acid and Base Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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Tuesday- 2/2

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Chemical Reaction Type


Worksheet:-

- Balancing Equations

- Synthesis or Decomposition

- Reaction Types

 

Topic: Reaction Types

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test on Friday
            

Group Work: 

- Vocabulary Game

- Define it/Draw It

Vocabulary:
- Synthesis/Decomposition
- Combustion

- Single/Double Replacement

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Chemical Reaction Types

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Balancing Equations

- Synthesis or Decomposition

- Reaction Types

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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Wednesday- 2/3

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Half Life


Worksheet:

Please see me for the Lab Sheet

 

Topic: Half-Life

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test on Friday
            

Group Work: 

- M&M Decay Lab

Vocabulary:
- Half-Life
- Radioactive Decay


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Half Life

Independent Work Exercise: 

- M&M Half-Life Lab

please see me for the lab sheet.

Closure: Essential Question

Time With Teacher

- Test and quiz corrections.

   

Thursday- 2/4

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Super 7 Comic

 


Worksheet:

Comic strip templates are
available at the student center.

 

Topic: Matter: Understand Chemical Bonding and Chemical Interactions.

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test has been moved until tomorrow due to the BETA conference. Please bring your Reference Tables to class.

Please have your Reference Tables
            

Group Work: 

- Comic strip Super 7 activity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Super 7 Comic

Independent Work Exercise:  Test and quiz corrections

Closure: Class discussion on project progress.
   

Friday- 2/5

PowerPoint Lesson:

 


Worksheet:

 
   
Week of January 27 - January 29, 2016

Wednesday- 1/27

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Molecular Compounds


Worksheet:

Molecular Structures
and Lewis Dot

 

Video:

Please watch the
following video.

Topic: Matter: Understand Chemical Bonding and Chemical Interactions.

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test on Friday
            

Group Work:  - Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Molecular Compound

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Molecular Compounds

Independent Work Exercise: 

Molecular Compounds and Lewis Structures

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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FLIP CLASSROOM LESSON:
Homework:
Please watch the following video. It will help you understand how to tackle the Lewis Structure requirements.

You will need this information for your test on Friday.

You can also access it through this link.

 

lewis

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Thursday- 1/28

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Balancing Equations


Worksheet:

- Balancing Worksheet Pick 5

- Balancing Medium

- Balancing Easy

 

Topic: Matter: Understand Chemical Bonding and Chemical Interactions.

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test on Friday
            

Group Work: 

- Vocabulary Game

- WhiteBoard Exercise

Vocabulary: Coefficient/ Subscript

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Balancing Equations

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Balancing Equations Worksheet Pick 5

- Balancing Medium

- Balancing Easy

Closure: Essential Question/Pick 5

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Friday- 1/29

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Super 7 Comic

 

Topic: Matter: Understand Chemical Bonding and Chemical Interactions.

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test today

Please have your Reference Tables
            

Group Work: 

- Comic strip Super 7 activity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Super 7 Comic

Independent Work Exercise: 

Test

Closure: Class discussion on project progress.

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  Week of January 19 - January 22, 2016
 Monday 1/18

 No School M.L.King day

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Tuesday- 1/19

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Chemical Bonds


Worksheet:

- Lewis Dot Structure

Topic: Matter: Understand Chemical Bonding and Chemical Interactions.

Warm-Up - Question of the Day               

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Ionic/Covalent/Metallic/Polar/Non-Polar

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Chemical Bonds

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Lewis Dot Structure

Closure: Essential Question/Heads Up

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Wednesday- 1/20

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Chemical Bonds


Worksheet:

- Chemical Bonding Worksheet

 

Topic: Matter: Understand Chemical Bonding and Chemical Interactions.

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

 

Quiz on Today - Bohr Model/Lewis Structures
            

Group Work:  - Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Ionic/Covalent/Metallic/Polar/Non-Polar

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Chemical Bonds

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Chemical Bonding Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Heads Up

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Thursday1/21

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - Naming Compounds

Worksheet:

- Chemical Bonding Worksheet 

 

 

Topic: Matter: Understand Chemical Bonding and Chemical Interactions.

Warm-Up - Question of the Day  

!TEST ALERT! - Test tomorrow on Chemical Bonding
            

Group Work:  - Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: ...ide/...ate/groups/periods

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Naming Compounds

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Chemical Bonding Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question/Time With Teacher

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Friday1/22

PowerPoint Lesson:


Worksheet:

 

 

 SNOW DAY - ENJOY
   
   
 
WEEK Of January 11 - January 15, 2016

Monday- 1/11

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Mixtures and Solutions etc.


Worksheet:
- Solubility Curve Worksheet

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day               

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Game day

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Mixtures and Solutions etc.

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Solubility Curve Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question

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Tuesday- 1/12

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Density


Worksheet:

_ Density Calculations Worksheet- -Physical and chemical Properties

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day               

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Physical/Chemical/Density

Review - Solubility Curve

- Solubility Curve Worksheet

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Density

Independent Work Exercise: 

_ Density Calculations Worksheet

- Physical and Chemical Properties

 

Closure: Essential Question

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Wednesday- 1/13

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Mixtures and Solutions etc.

Article:

- Salt Power

Worksheet:

 - Atom Basics

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day               

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Atom/Element/Proton/Neutron/Periodic Table/Bohr Model

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Atomic Structure

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Atom Basics

Closure: Essential Question

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Thursday- 1/14

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Atomic Structure

 

Worksheet:

- Atom Basics

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day               

Group Work:  Sit/Pair/Stand/Share

- Test Review and Note Revision

Vocabulary: Review Game day

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 - Atomic Structure

Independent Work Exercise: 

 - Atom Basics

Closure: Essential Question

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!! STUDY ALERT!!!! - TEST TOMORROW

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Friday- 1/15

Lab Activity:

- Super Saturated Solution - Rock Candy

- Density Lab Station Activity

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day               

Group Work:  

Sit/Pair/Stand/Share

- Test Review and Note Revision and study session

Lab Activities:

- Super Saturated Solution - Rock Candy

- Density Lab Station Activity

Vocabulary: Game day

Independent Work Exercise: 

Unit Test

Closure: Essential Question
   
WEEK Of January 6 - January 8, 2016

Highlights
of
the

Week

Lesson Plans can be
found HERE

 

 

WEEK in REVIEW

- Observations/Inferences

- Matter

- Physical/Chemical Properties

- Quiz Friday

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Wednesday- 1/6

 

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Observations/Inferences

Article:

- Salt Power

Worksheet:

Observation/Inference

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day


Positivity Moment - Share Your Story

Housekeeping - Syllabus/Reference Table
                 

Group Work:  

- Analyze this article - Salt Power

1) With your table partners, read the article. Highlight in yellow all the observations that you have read. In another color, highlight all the inferences drawn by the author.
2) Now count the number of total sentences and use this to figure out the percentages of observations vs. inferences.
3) What inference can you draw from your observations of this particular article? Is it factual?

 

Vocabulary: Observation/Inference
                    Qualitative/Quantitative

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Observations/Inferences
 
     

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Observation/Inference Worksheet: This sheet needs to be completed if you are not in class today. It must be handed in upon returning to class.

Closure: Essential Question

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Thursday- 1/7

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Students Matter


Worksheet:

- Phase Changes Worksheet

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day


Positivity Moment - Tell me something Good that
                                      happened yesterday
                 

Group Work:  

- Restate

- Vocabulary Activity

Vocabulary: Phase/State/Plasma/Molecule

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Students Matter
 
     

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Phase Changes Worksheet

Closure: Essential Question

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Friday- 1/8

PowerPoint Lesson:


- Mixtures and Solutions etc.

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day               

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: Game day

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Mixtures and Solutions etc.
 
     

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Please complete any work that has not been finished.

- Today is your QUIZ

Closure: Essential Question

   
   
Monday- 1/7

REVIEW TEST:

2015 Benchmark Test

Worksheets:

WORK and POWER

WEIGHT on other PLANET

 

Topic:

The Review Continues - Work and Power

Positivity Moment: Five more days!

Independent Work Exercise: 

2015 Benchmark Test

- This is an INDEPENDENT exercise. Please click on the link below and start your exam. Record all answers on your answer sheet. Place answer sheet in the box when done.

Group Work: 

WORK and POWER

1. Complete your WORK and POWER worksheet.

2. Hand in when completed.

HOW MUCH DO I WEIGH?

1. Complete your Lab Activity by clicking on the link. Hand in your paper when done.

WEIGHT on other PLANETS

Vocabulary:

Work/Power

 

Closure: Share What You Know

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Tuesday- 12/8

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Science Friction

Potential/Kinetic Energy Review

 

Worksheets:

KE and PE Worksheet - Standard

KE and PE Worksheet Challenging

 


 
 

Topic:

The Review Continues - Friction
                                -- Kinetic/Potential Energy

Positivity Moment: Four more days!

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Science Friction

Potential/Kinetic Energy Review

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

2015 Benchmark Test - Answers

- This is an INDEPENDENT exercise. Please click on the link below and start your exam. Record all answers on your answer sheet. Place answer sheet in the box when done.

Group Work: 

Potential/Kinetic

1. Complete your Potential/Kinetic worksheet.
2. Complete the fifteen items of your choice.
3. The team with the most correct items wins.

Prizes handed out on Friday!

KE and PE Worksheet - Standard

KE and PE Worksheet Challenging 

Vocabulary:

Friction/Rolling/Sliding/Static/Fluid

Energy/Potential/Kinetic

Closure: Yesterday's WORK and POWER worksheet answers - Points awarded!

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Wednesday- 12/9

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Holistic Wave Review

Million Dollar Challenge

 

Worksheet

Please go to the following website

and complete the exercise.

 

Topic:

The Review Continues - Waves
                                -- Kinetic/Potential Energy

Positivity Moment: Three more days!

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Holistic Wave Review

Million Dollar Challenge

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

Ten Question Review Quiz

 

Wave Review WebReview

Please go to the following website and complete the exercise. The answers are available upon completion of the test. Please be sure to correct you mistakes for the wave quiz tomorrow.

 

Group Work: 

Prizes handed out!

Million Dollar Challenge

 

Vocabulary:

Waves/Compression/Transverse/Reflection/Absorption/Energy/Refraction/Diffraction?Interference/Constructive/Destructive

 

Closure: Correction on today's quiz

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Thursday- 12/10  

Topic:

The Review Continues Chemistry

Positivity Moment: One more days!


Independent Work Exercise: 

2015 Benchmark Test

The Last One! with Review

Group Work: 

Potential/Kinetic

Periodic Table Challenge

Prizes handed out!

Closure: Yesterday's WORK and POWER worksheet answers - Points awarded!
 Friday- 12/12

Wave Review website

 

Topic: REVIEW - The Last One

The Review Continues Group Work: 

As we discussed yesterday, today will be a destress day. Please divide yourselves into groups and study for your final exam. Please be mindful of the noise level.

You may also work on the following website together.


Independent Work Exercise:
 

Wave Review WebReview

Please go to the following cwebsite and complete the exercise. The answers are available upon completion of the test. Please be sure to correct you mistakes for the wave quiz tomorrow.

WEEK Of November 30 - December 4, 2015

Highlights
of
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday

 

 

Big Idea: Understand motion in terms of speed, velocity, acceleration, and momentum.

Essential Questions: 

= What is the difference between distance and displacement?

= What is the difference between speed and velocity?

= Why is frame of referencet?

 

Objectives: I can...

..... Compare speed and velocity as a scalar-vector pair.
..... Apply concepts of average speed and average velocity to solve conceptual and quantitative problems.
..... Explain acceleration as a relationship between velocity and time.
..... Interpret all motion as relative to a selected reference point.
.....Compare speed, velocity, acceleration, and momentum
 

Monday - 11/30

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 BIG Review Distance and Displacement

Topic:

The Review Begins - Motion

Positivity Moment: Share the best part of your vacation.

 Group Work:  Stand - Share - Sit

1. Share what you know about the topic on your index card..
3. Pass your knowledge on to another person.
4. Sit once you've shared with everyone in the room.

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

BIG Review Distance and Displacement 

Vocabulary:

 Speed/Distance/Displacement/Vector/Scalar/Acceleration/Position/Speed/Momentum/Velocity/Mass/Force/Frame of Reference

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

Correcting the Benchmark

Closure: Tell What You Know

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Tuesday - 12/1

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Review Forces and Motion

Topic:

The Review Begins - Motion

Positivity Moment: Share the best part of your vacation.


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Review Forces and Motion

Vocabulary:

 Speed/Distance/Displacement/Vector/Scalar/Acceleration/Position/Speed/Momentum/Velocity/Mass/Force/Frame of Reference

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

Correcting the Benchmark

Closure: Tell What You Know 

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 Wednesday - 12/2

Topic:

The Review Begins - Motion

You will have a sub today

I have a conference.

We discussed this in class yesterday; therefore, you know what is expected of you.

REVIEW QUIZ: Please take this quiz.

 

Vocabulary:

 Speed/Distance/Displacement/Vector/Scalar/Acceleration/Position/Speed/Momentum/Velocity/Mass/Force/Frame of Reference

Independent Work Exercise: 

You have a worksheet to complete. Please place it in the box when done. Thank you!

Closure: Tell What You Know 

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Highlights
of
Thursday

NEWTONS FIRST LAW

Big Idea: Understand motion in terms of speed, velocity, acceleration, and momentum.

Essential Questions: 

= What is a free body diagram and how does it explain motion?

= Whaich of Newton's three laws does the free-body diagram represent?

= Why is frame of referencet?

Objectives: I can...

..... demonstrate an understanding of motion, forces, and energy.

….. demonstrate how unbalanced forces cause changes in the speed or direction of an object's motion.

..... demonstrate how unbalanced forces cause changes in the speed or direction of an object's motion.

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 Thursday - 12/3

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Review free-Body Diagrams - Newtons 1st Law

 

Free-Body Diagrams.

Group A - Worksheet

Group B - Worksheet

Group C - Worksheet

Topic:

The Review Continues - Newton's Laws

 

Positivity Moment: What do you want for Christmas?

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Review free-Body Diagrams - Newtons 1st Law

Vocabulary:

 Freebody Diagram/Tension/Applied/Air resistance/Speed/Momentum/Velocity/Friction/Force/Drag

Independent Work Exercise: 

Pair-Sit-Share

Students will be divided into groups according to their self-assessed knowledge level on the topic of Free-Body Diagrams.

Group A - Worksheet

Group B - Worksheet

Group C - Worksheet

Closure: Share What You Know/ Quiz Review

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Highlights
of
Thursday


Friction

NEWTONS LAWS

Big Idea: Understanding the relationship between forces and motion.

Essential Questions: 

= What is motion and how does it occur?

= What does Newton's Law tell us about motion?

= What part does friction play in the idea of motion?

= Is friction always a bad thing?

Objectives: I can...

..... Classify frictional forces into one of four types: static, sliding, rolling, and fluid.
..... Explain forces using Newton’s three laws of motion.

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 Friday - 12/4

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Review Friction

Topic: Friction and Newton's Law cont...

The Review Continues - Motion/Friction

Positivity Moment:

How prepared are you for your final?

 

Group Work: Million Dollar Challenge

Pair-Sit-Share

Students will be divided into groups according to their testing level of Free-Body Diagrams.

 

Worksheet: Newton's Three Laws Worksheet - Answers reviewed

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Review Friction

Vocabulary:

 Motion/Inertia/Friction/Sliding/Static/Fluid/Drag

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

Correcting the Benchmark

Closure: Tell What You Know 

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WEEK Of November 23- 24, 2015

Highlights
of
Monday

 

 

 

 BENCHMMARK TEST.

Monday - 11/24

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Topic: End of the semester BENCHMMARK
                                                 TEST.

NOTE: Although this is a test, it is also correctable. Please approach this test as it is intenden. It is to be a thermometer as to how far you have come and what we need to review. Please give it your best effort. it will serve as a self-assessment.

Warm-Up:
     - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

We can....

Get an A++++ on our assessment.

Vocabulary:

 Success

Independent Work Exercise: 

Benchmark Assessment


Closure: Paper Snowflakes to share

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Highlights
of
Tuesday

Big Idea:     Understand the role of the nucleus in radiation and radioactivity.

Essential Questions: 

= What is the difference between alpha, beta, and gamma radiation?

= What is the difference between fission and fussion?

= Why is the concept of half-life important?

Objectives: I can...

..... Compare the characteristics of alpha and beta particles and gamma rays – composition, mass, penetrability.
..... Compare alpha, beta, and gamma decay processes –alpha decay reduces the mass of an atom by 4 and the atomic number by 2; beta decay increases the atomic number by 1 (a neutron decays into a proton and electron); gamma rays are electromagnetic waves released from the nucleus along with either an alpha or beta particle.
.....Compare the processes of fission (splitting of a very large atom) and fusion (joining of atoms) in terms of conditions required for occurrence, energy released, and the nature of products.

..... Conceptually explain half-life using models.
..... Perform simple half-life calculations based on an isotope’s half-life value, time of decay, and/or amount of substance.

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Tuesday - 11/24

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Fission and Fussion

Topic:

Exemplify the radioactive decay of unstable nuclei using the concept of half-life.

Compare the characteristics of alpha and beta particles and gamma rays

Compare the processes of fission and fusion

Conceptually explain half-life using models

Warm-Up:
     - Question of the Day

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Fission and Fussion

Group Work: 

We can....

Conceptually explain half-life using models.

Vocabulary:

 Half-Life

Independent Work Exercise: 

Radioactive Decay Bubbles


Closure: Paper Snowflakes

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Happy Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving   Happy Thanksgiving
   
WEEK Of November 16 - 20, 2015

Highlights
of the Day

Big Idea: Interpret the data presented in the Bohr model diagrams and dot diagrams for atoms and ions of elements 1 through 18.

Essential Question: 

= Why do we balance equations?

= Why do we not alter the subscript?

Objectives: I can...

..... Use coefficients to balance simple chemical equations involving elements and/or binary compounds.
..... Conclude that chemical equations must be balanced because of the law of conservation of matter.       *********************************************

 

Monday - 11/16

PowerPoint Presentation:

Balancing Equations #1

Balancing Equations #2

 

Worksheets

Balancing Equations# PP#2 

Balancing eq for all students

Differentiation:

Easy Worksheets

Med/Difficult Worksheets

Videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_B735turDoM

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lh8lzkXQO18

 

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

Balancing Equations #1

Balancing Equations #2

Vocabulary: Conservation of Mass

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Balancing Equations #1

Balancing Equations #2      

Independent Work Exercise: 

Differentiation:

Easy Worksheets

Med/Difficult Worksheets

STUDY ALERT: 

Mini- ASSESSMENT Wednesday

Closure: Table Bee

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 Highlights
of

Tuesday

 

Big Idea:     Understanding Chemical Bonding
                            and Interactions

Essential Question: 

= What is the difference between synthesis and decompisition?

= How can we tell if a reaction is a double or single replacement?

Objectives: I can...

..... Classify chemical reactions as one of four types: single replacement, double replacement, decomposition and synthesis.
..... Summarize reactions involving combustion of hydrocarbons as not fitting into one of these four types.   *********************************************

   

Tuesday - 11/17

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Student reactions/ Synthesis and Decomposition

Balancing Equation Review

 

Worksheets

Synthesis and Decomposition Worksheet

 

Topic: Understanding Chemical Bonding and 
           Interactions

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

Balancing Equation Review

 

Vocabulary: Synthesis/Decomposition

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Student reactions/ Synthesis and Decomposition

   

Independent Work Exercise: 

Synthesis and Decomposition Worksheet


STUDY ALERT: 

Mini- ASSESSMENT Wednesday

 

Closure: Define, Discern, and Draw

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 Highlights
of

Wednesday

 

Big Idea:     Understanding Chemical Bonding
                            and Interactions

Essential Questions: 

= What are acids and bases?

= What are some properties of acids and bases?

= What is pH and how does it measure the concentration
    of acids and bases?

Objectives: I can...

..... Distinguish between acids and bases by describing
      what happens when each is added to water.

.....Identify acids and bases based on physical properties.

..... Describe the concentration of acids and bases using
      pH.

.....Explain pH changes that occur when acids are added
     to bases or when bases are added to acids.
..... Identify the polyatomic ions

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   Wednesday - 11/18

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Identifying Acids and Bases

 

Worksheets

 Identifying Acids and Base Worksheet

 

Topic: Understanding Chemical Bonding and 
           Interactions

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

Balancing Equation Review

Vocabulary:

 acid - base - pH - neutralization - salt - indicator
litmus paper - solution - polyatomic ion

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Student Reactions/ Double and Single

Identifying Acids and Bases

   

Independent Work Exercise: 

 Identifying Acids and Base Worksheet


STUDY ALERT: 

Mini- ASSESSMENT TODAY

 

Closure: Define, Discern, and Draw

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   Thursday - 11/19

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Identifying Acids and Bases

Worksheets

 Identifying Acids and Base Worksheet
 

Topic: Understanding Chemical Bonding and 
           Interactions

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

Balancing Equation Review

Vocabulary:

 acid - base - pH - neutralization - salt - indicator
litmus paper - solution - polyatomic ion

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Identifying Acids and Bases

   

Independent Work Exercise: 

 Identifying Acids and Base Worksheet


Mini- ASSESSMENT Tomorrow

Closure: Define, Discern, and Draw

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 Friday - 11/20

Worksheets

Calculating half-Life Candy

 

Topic: Exemplify the radioactive decay of unstable nuclei using the concept of half-life.

Warm-Up:
     - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

We can....

Conceptually explain half-life using models.

Vocabulary:

 Half-Life

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

Balancing Equations and Reaction Type


Mini- ASSESSMENT TODAY

Closure: Paper Snowflakes
     
   WEEK Of November 9 - 13, 2015
 

Highlights of the Week

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: Interpret the data presented in the Bohr model diagrams and dot diagrams for atoms and ions of elements 1 through 18.

Essential Question: 

What are Lewis Structures and how can they help us determine the properties of elements and compounds?

Objectives: I can...

..... Draw Bohr models from hydrogen to argon including common isotopes and ions.
..... Construct dot diagrams, a shorthand notation for Bohr models, using the element symbol and dots to represent electrons in the outermost energy level


 

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Monday - 11/9

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- New CHEMBOND

- Preiodic Table

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

 - Periodic Table Bee

Vocabulary: inert/reactive

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- New CHEMBOND

- Preiodic Table
       

Independent Work Exercise: 

  - Lewis Structures

STUDY ALERT: Mini- ASSESSMENT

 

Closure: Table Bee

 

Tuesday - 11/10

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- New CHEMBOND

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

STUDY ALERT: Mini- ASSESSMENT

Group Work: 

      - Super Seven Activity

Vocabulary: polar/non-polar

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
      - New CHEMBOND

Independent Work Exercise: 

     - Assessment

Closure: Share What You Know

 

  Wednesday - 11/11

NO SCHOOL

 

Thursday - 11/12

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- New CHEMBOND

Anticipatory Set:  Polar and Non-Polar Molecules

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Anticipatory Set:  Polar and Non-Polar 
                                  Molecules


STUDY ALERT: Mini- ASSESSMENT

Group Work: 

       - Sit-Share-Pair (Lewis Structures)

      - Super Seven Activity

Vocabulary: polar/non-polar/Diatomic

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
      - New CHEMBOND

Independent Work Exercise: 

     - Assessment

Closure: Present Super Seven Project

 

Friday - 11/13

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Roller Coaster Project

Videos to Watch for presentation:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw

 

Words to Use for Your Video:

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Independent Work Day:

- Roller Coaster Project

Please be sure to read through the directions for this project. This project is due November 30, 2015.

- Catch up day

- Time With Teacher

Please watch the videos and use them as a template for your video production.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

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  WEEK Of November 2 - 6, 2015
 

Monday - 11/2

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Physical and Chemical Change

Exercises:

- Physical and Chemical Change Work Sheet

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Review: Electricity Jeopardy

Group Work:  

- Physical and Chemical Change Group Activity

- Science Feud Activity

Vocabulary: Physical/Chemical

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
        - Physical and Chemical Change

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Physical and Chemical Change Work Sheet

Closure: Time With Teacher

- Test and Quiz Corrections

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Tuesday - 11/3

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Elements and Atoms

Exercises:

Atomic Structure WebQuest

- Atomic Structure Worksheet

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: Atomic Structure WebQuest

This should be completed by the end of class today

Vocabulary: vaporization/sublimation

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
        - Elements and Atoms

Independent Work Exercise: 

              - Atomic Structure Worksheet

Closure: The Magic Number

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  OBJECTIVES

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: Interpret the data presented in the Bohr model diagrams and dot diagrams for atoms and ions of elements 1 through 18.

Essential Question: 

What are Lewis Structures and how can they help us determine the properties of elements and compounds?

 

Objectives: I can...

..... Draw Bohr models from hydrogen to argon including common isotopes and ions.
..... Construct dot diagrams, a shorthand notation for Bohr models, using the element symbol and dots to represent electrons in the outermost energy level

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Wednesday - 11/4

PowerPoint Presentation:

 - How To Lewis Dots

Exercises:

Lewis Dot Handout with powerpoint

  Lewis Dot Structures

              - page 1

              - page 2

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

Lewis Dot Handout with powerpoint

Vocabulary: vaporization/sublimation

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
        - How To Lewis Dots

Independent Work Exercise: 

         Lewis Dot Structures

              - page 1

              - page 2

Closure: Share What You Know

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Thursday - 11/5

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Roller Coaster Project

Videos to Watch for presentation:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw


Words to Use for Your Video:

This document contains words that should be incorporated in you video presentation.his document contains words that should be incorporated in you video presentation.

Independent Work Day:

- Roller Coaster Project

Please be sure to read through the directions for this project. This project is due November 30, 2015.

- Catch up day

- Time With Teacher

Please watch the videos and use them as a template for your video production.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

This document contains words that should be incorporated in you video presentation.his document contains words that should be incorporated in you video presentation.

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Friday - 11/6

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Chem Bonds

- Super Seven

Exercises:

FLIP CLASSROOM LESSON:
Homework:

Please watch the following video in preparation for class tomorrow. There will be a short mini-quiz on the content. Please be prepared.

You will need the handout from class to complete this assignment. You can also access it through this link.

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Assessment: Due to the fact that the copier is broken, you will not have an assessment until next week.

Group Work: 

 - Super Seven Activity

Vocabulary: vaporization/sublimation

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
      - Chem Bonds

      - Super Seven

Independent Work Exercise: 

FLIP CLASSROOM LESSON:
Homework:
Please watch the following video in preparation for class tomorrow. There will be a short mini-quiz on the content. Please be prepared.

You will need the handout from class to complete this assignment. You can also access it through this link.

 

    lewis
  WEEK of October 26 - 30, 2015
 

Highlights of the Week

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: Understand types, properties, and structure of matter.

Essential Question: 

What are the types, properties and structure of matter?

Objectives: I can...

.......Classify a sample of matter as homogeneous or heterogeneous based on uniformity of the material.
.......Classify a sample of matter as a pure substance or mixture based on the number of elements or compounds in the sample.

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Monday - 10/26

PowerPoint Presentation:

Mixtures and Solutions

 

Exercises:

- Suspensions, Solutions, Colloids

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   Obleck

Vocabulary: Homo/Heterogeneous

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
         Mixtures and Solutions

Independent Work Exercise: 

         - Suspensions, Solutions, Colloids
        

Closure: Share What You Know

     - Index Card Activity

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Tuesday - 10/27

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Roller Coaster Project

Videos to Watch for presentation:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw

 Independent Work Day:

- Roller Coaster Project

Please be sure to read through the directions for this project. This project is due November 30, 2015.

- Catch up day

- Time With Teacher

Please watch the videos and use them as a template for your video production.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw


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Wednesday - 10/28

PowerPoint Presentation:

 -Phase Changes of Water

Exercises:

- Phase Change Diagram

- Homework Packet 2 - WATER

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   Phase Change Diagram

This should be completed by the end of class today

Vocabulary: vaporization/sublimation

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
         -Phase Changes of Water

Independent Work Exercise: 

       - Homework Packet 2 - WATER
        

Closure: Share What You Know

 


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Thursday - 10/29

 

This week's presentations

PowerPoint Presentation:

Mixtures and Solutions

Exercises:

 

Topic: Electrical Charge

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   Whiteboard Activity

Vocabulary: Direct/Alternating

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
          - OHMS and OHMS

Independent Work Exercise: 

          - Solving math problems
        

Closure: Share What You Know
- Click on the link below that corresponds to your class. Follow the directions and fill in the required information. You will will ten minutes to review your notes, and five minutes to complete the exercise.

- White Board Trial

Write a problem for the class to solve. Post it on the Whiteboard link.

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 Friday - 10/30

 

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Roller Coaster Project

Videos to Watch for presentation:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw

 

Words to Use for Your Video:

This document contains words that should be incorporated in you video presentation.his document contains words that should be incorporated in you video presentation.

Today is your Assessment:

This assessment covers Phase Changes, mixtures, Solutions and Colloids

Independent Work Day:

- Roller Coaster Project

Please be surre to read through the directions for this project. This project is due November 30, 2015.

- Catch up day

- Time With Teacher

Please watch the videos and use them as a template for your video production.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

 

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WEEK of October 19 - 23, 2015
 

Highlights of the Week

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

Thursday
Test on Electricity and Magnetism

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: Understand electricity/magnetism and their 
relationship.

Essential Question: What is the relationship between
                                     electricity and magnetism

Objectives: I can...

.....Compare static and current electricity related to
      conservation of charge
.....Apply Ohm’s law and the power equation to simple DC
     circuits:
V =IRand P=VI .
.....Compare series and parallel circuits.
.....Conceptually explore the flow of electricity in series and
     parallel circuits.
.....Explain how the flow of electricity through series and
     parallel
circuits is affected by voltage and resistance.

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Monday - 10/19

PowerPoint Presentation:

- OHMS and OHMS

 

Exercises:

- Solving math problems

- White Board Trial

Topic: Electrical Charge

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   Whiteboard Activity

Vocabulary: Direct/Alternating

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
          - OHMS and OHMS

Independent Work Exercise: 

          - Solving math problems
        

Closure: Share What You Know
- Click on the link below that corresponds to your class. Follow the directions and fill in the required information. You will will ten minutes to review your notes, and five minutes to complete the exercise.

- White Board Trial

Write a problem for the class to solve. Post it on the Whiteboard link.

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Tuesday - 10/20

PowerPoint Presentation:

 Circuits and Voltage

Exercises:

Worksheet Electric Current

- Please pick up this sheet.

 

Video: Circuits and Voltage

Topic: Electrical Circuits and Voltage

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   Whiteboard Activity

Vocabulary: Voltage/Voltage Difference

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
       Circuits and Voltage

Video: Circuits and Voltage

Independent Work Exercise: 

          - Solving math problems

Closure: Pluses and Deltas: Whiteboard

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Wednesday - 10/21

PowerPoint Presentation:

- The Hose - The Resistance

 

Exercises:

- Series/Parallel Circuits Worksheet

Topic: Parallel and Series Circuits

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   - Whiteboard Activity

                            - Poster Station Review

Vocabulary: Series/Parallel

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

          - The Hose - The Resistance
Independent Work Exercise: 

          - Series/Parallel Circuits Worksheet

Closure: Pluses and Deltas: Whiteboard

STUDY ALERT: TEST TOMORROW

                            - ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

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Thursday - 10/22

This week's presentations

PowerPoint Presentation:

- OHMS and OHMS

Circuits and Voltage

- The Hose - The Resistance

Topic: Parallel and Series Circuits

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
               - Question of the Day

Group Work: - PosterStation Review

Vocabulary: Series/Parallel/Voltage/Current

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

          - The Hose - The Resistance


Independent Work Exercise: 

       Unit Test Today

Closure: Pluses and Deltas: Whiteboard

STUDY ALERT: TEST TODAY

                            - ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

 

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  Friday - 10/23 Independent Work Day:

- Roller Coaster Project

Please be surre to read through the directions for this project. This project is due November 30, 2015.

- Catch up day

- Time With Teacher

     
WEEK of October 14 - 16, 2015
 

Highlights of the Week

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

 

Friday Quiz on Magnetism
Friday - ROD Fantastic Fountain

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: Understand electricity/magnetism and their 
relationship.

Essential Question: What is the relationship between
                                     electricity and magnetism

Objectives: I can...

.....Identify interactions between charged objects - opposite charges attract and like charges repel.

.....Compare the three methods of charging objects: conduction, friction, and induction

......Explain the re-distribution or transfer of electrons for both positively and negatively charged objects

.....Compare static and current electricity related to conservation of charge


 
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Wednesday - 10/14

 

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Student Electrical Charges

 

Exercises:

Sharing Summaries - Block #1

Sharing Summaries - Block #3

 

FLIP CLASSROOM LESSON:
Homework:
Please watch the following video in preparation for class tomorrow. There will be a short mini-quiz on the conten. Please be prepared.

Topic: Review/Waves/Magnetism
           Begin/Electrical Charge

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   Whiteboard Activity

Vocabulary: Induction/Conduction

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
 
        - Student Electrical Charges    

Independent Work Exercise: 

          - Solving math problems
            

Closure: Share What You Know
- Click on the link below that corresponds to your class. Follow the directions and fill in the required information. You will will ten minutes to review your notes, and five minutes to complete the exercise.

Sharing Summaries - Block #1

Sharing Summaries - Block #3

 

FLIP CLASSROOM LESSON:
Homework:
Please watch the following video in preparation for class tomorrow. There will be a short mini-quiz on the conten. Please be prepared.

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 Thursday - 10/15

 

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Student Electrical Charges  

Exercises:

 

Videos:

LAST NIGHTS HW VIDEO

Lightning Part 2

Lightning Pare 3

 

FLIP CLASSROOM LESSON:
Homework:
Please watch the following video in preparation for our lab on Friday. In addition, please read over the Lab worksheet and write three hypotheses in reference to the three questions posed at the end of the worksheet. Be prepared to answer the questions prior to and preceding the lab on Friday. There will be questions from this video and worksheet on your quiz.

 

Topic: Review/Waves/Magnetism
           Begin/Electricity

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good ABOUT THE VIDEO
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work:   Whiteboard Activity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
  
        - Student Electrical Charges    

Independent Work Exercise: 

          - Solving math problems
            

Closure: Share What You Know

FLIP CLASSROOM LESSON:
Homework:
 Please watch the following video in preparation for our lab on Friday. In addition, please read over the Lab worksheet and write three hypotheses in reference to the three questions posed at the end of the worksheet. Be prepared to answer the questions prior to and preceding the lab on Friday. There will be questions from this video and worksheet on your quiz.

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Friday - 10/16 

 

- Student Electrical Charges

- Current Flow

- Circuits and Voltage

- Resistance

 

Topic: Magnetism/Electricity

Warm-Up:
- Today is your assessment. You may use your notes as well as your Reference Tables.

Group Work:  

Lab on "Elephant's Toothpaste"Lab worksheet

Lab on "Create an Electromagnet"

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
  
        - Student Electrical Charges    

Independent Work Exercise: 

          - Quiz
            

Closure: Share What You Know

 

If you did not do your Homework yet do it now before you come to class!!! :

Please watch the following video in preparation for our lab on Friday. In addition, please read over the Lab worksheet and write three hypotheses in reference to the three questions posed at the end of the worksheet. Be prepared to answer the questions prior to and preceding the lab on Friday. There will be questions from this video and worksheet on your quiz.

     
     
WEEK of October 5 - 9, 2015
 

Highlights of the Week

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: The Nature of Waves

Essential Question: What are the basic characteristics of waves?

Objectives: I can...

...differentiate between wave frequency and wavelength

...make the correlation between pitch and wavelength

...recognize and explain the doppler effect and sonic boom

   

Monday - 10/5

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Roller Coaster Project

Videos:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw

 

 

 

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 Independent Work Day:

- Roller Coaster Project

Please be surre to read through the directions for this project. This project is due November 30, 2015.

- Catch up day

- Time With Teacher

Please watch the videos and use them as a template for your video production.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw

 

   

Tuesday - 10/6

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Video - Doppler Effect

- Describing Waves

Exercises:

- Doppler Effect Worksheet

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 Topic: Doppler Waves

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good

                  - Video - Doppler Effect

Group Work:   Review of Simple Machines and
                                           Efficiency.

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
          - Describing Waves

Independent Work Exercise: 
            - Doppler Effect Worksheet

Closure: Time with teacher

 

Highlights of this UNIT

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

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Lesson Plans

Big Idea: Understand electricity and magnetism and their
              relationship.

Essential Question: What are the basic characteristics of
                             magnets?

Objectives: I can...

...Explain magnetism in terms of domains, interactions of
   poles, and magnetic fields.
....Explain the practical application of magnetism.
   

Wednesday - 10/7

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Introduction to Magnetism- 

Exercises:

Fun With Magnets

-The Magnetic Law of Attraction

 ************************************************

 Topic: Magnetism

Warm-Up:
                  - Vocabulary

                  - video

Group Work:   Fun With Magnets

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
          - Introduction to Magnetism- 

Independent Work Exercise: 
       -The Magnetic Law of Attraction

Closure: Time With Teacher

   

Thursday - 10/8

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Introduction to Magnetism- 

Exercises

-The Magnetic Law of Attraction

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Topic: Waves

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise
                  - Vocabulary

           

Group Work:  

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
              - Introduction to Magnetism- 

Independent Work Exercise:
              - Benchmark
            

Closure: Time With Teacher

Homework: Please do this homework so you will know what to do in class tomorrow.
 - Visit the following website and take
    notes. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL8R8SfuXp8
 - You will need these notes in order to
    perform your experiments in class. 

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL8R8SfuXp8

   

Friday - 10/9

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Introduction to Magnetism- 

Exercises

 ************************************************

 Topic: Waves

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise

                  - Vocabulary

Group Work:  

     - Roller Coaster Project
     - Ferro Fluid

Lesson Presentation:
         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL8R8SfuXp8
   

Closure:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-dpBVtAbKJU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrRdKmjhOgw

     
WEEK of September 28 - October 2
 

Highlights of the Week

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: The Nature of Waves

Essential Question: What are the basic characteristics of waves?

Objectives: I can...

...Compare, explain, and contrast different types of waves

...mathematically calculate frequency, speed and wavelength

...illustrate wave interactions of reflection, refraction, diffraction and interference.

 

Monday - 9/28

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Waves

Exercises

- Wave Concept Map Exercise

- Wave Review

 ************************************************

 Topic: Waves

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise

                  - Student Presentation LEC Energy

Group Work:   - Wave Concept Map Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
          - Waves

Independent Work Exercise: 
             - Wave Review - due 10/1

Closure: Student math teaching

 

Tuesday - 9/29

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Waves Mathematical Equations

 

Exercises

- Wave Concept Map Exercise

- Wave Review

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Topic: Waves

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise

                  - Student Presentation LEC Energy

Group Work:   - Wave Concept Map Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
          - Waves Mathematical Equations

Independent Work Exercise: 
             - Wave Review - due 10/1

Closure: Student math teaching

STUDY ALERT: Wave Quiz Thursday

 

Wednesday - 9/30

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Waves

Exercises

- Wave Review
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Topic: Waves

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise
                  - Vocabulary
                  - Student Presentation LEC Energy

Group Work:   Whiteboard Math Activity

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

     - Wave Mathematical Analysis

Independent Work Exercise: 
             - Wave Review - due 10/1

Closure: Student math teaching

STUDY ALERT: Wave Quiz tomorrow

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Thursday - 10/1

PowerPoint Presentation:

 - IMA and AMA Revisited

Exercises

- Wave Review

 

STUDY ALERT: Wave Quiz today

Topic: Waves

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise

                  - Vocabulary

Group Work: - Wave Review

 

Independent Work Exercise: 
             - Quiz

Closure: Rethinking IMA and AMA

 

Extra Time: Roller Coaster Project

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Friday - 10/2

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Roller Coaster Project

- Waves

- Waves Mathematical Equations

Exercises

- Wave Concept Map Exercise

- Wave Review

Due Dates:

- Wave Concept Map due today

- Roller Coaster Project - Nov. 30, 2015

 Independent Work Day:

- Roller Coaster Project

Please be surre to read through the directions for this project. This project is due November 30, 2015.

- Catch up day

- Time With Teacher

 

Use your time wisely - all work is due today, this includes Test corrections.

     
     
WEEK of September 21 - 25
 

Highlights of the Week

LESSON PLANS can be found HERE.

Lesson Plans

Big Idea: Transfer of Energy

Essential Question: How is energy transferred between the different components within a system? 

Objectives: I can...

...track the transfer of energy

...mathematically calculate IMA, AMA, and Efficiency

...describe and categorize the six simple machines.

 

Monday - 9/21

PowerPoint Presentation:

- Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

Exercises

- IMA and AMA Worksheet

 

 

 

Topic: Simple Machines

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise

Group Work:   - Whiteboard Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
            - Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

Independent Work Exercise: 
             - IMA and AMA Worksheet
                      due Friday 9/25

 

 

Tuesday - 9/22

 

PowerPoint Lesson

  - The Wedge and Screw

 

Exercise;

- IMA and AMA Worksheet

 

Topic: Simple Machines

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise
                  - Vocabulary

Anticipatory Set: LEC Energy Presentations

Group Work:  
                  - Whiteboard Exercise
                  - Tell Me about your REFERENCE TABLES

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
              - The Wedge and Screw

Independent Work Exercise: 
             - IMA and AMA Worksheet
                      due Friday 9/25

Time With Teacher:
     Review of missed questions from the previous day's 
     assessment - one on one tutoring.

Closure: Student Presentations

STUDY ALERT:

              - Reference Table Quiz tomorrow.

 

 

Wednesday - 9/23

 Lesson Plans

 

STUDY ALERT:

 - Reference Table Quiz today

 

PowerPoint Lesson:

 - PS Reference Tables

 - Thermal Energy

Exercise;

- IMA and AMA Worksheet

 

PowerPoint Lessons for Quiz:

- Forms of Energy

- Introduction to Simple Machines

- Simple Machines

- Inclined Plane

- The Lever

- Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

- The Wedge and Screw

 

 

Topic: Thermal Energy

Warm-Up:
                 - Vocabulary
                 - Brain Exercise

Anticipatory Set: Gallery Walk (Reference Table)

Group Work:  
                  - Reference Table
                

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

              - PS Reference Tables

              - Thermal Energy
          

Independent Work Exercise:
             - IMA and AMA Worksheet
                      due Friday 9/25

Closure:Time With Teacher:
     Review of missed questions from the previous day's 
     assessment - one on one tutoring.

STUDY ALERT:

              - Simple Machine Quiz Tomorrow.



 

 Thursday - 9/24

Lesson Plans

STUDY ALERT:

 - Simple Machine Quiz has been 
   moved to Friday.

 

PowerPoint Lessons for Quiz:

- Forms of Energy

- Introduction to Simple Machines

- Simple Machines

- Inclined Plane

- The Lever

- Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

- The Wedge and Screw

 

 

Topic: Simple Machines Review

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise
                  - Vocabulary

Anticipatory Set: LEC Student Presentations

Group Work:  
- Roller Coaster Time! You can work on your project upon completion of you "Revoew Bard" exercise.
                

Independent Work Exercise: 
  - Review Boards Simple Machines           

Closure: Time With Teacher
     Review of missed questions from the previous day's 
     assessment - one on one tutoring.
 

 Friday - 9/18

Lesson Plans

 Simple Machine Quiz Today!

Due today
- Test Corrections are due today. Pleas make sure you did you extra credit teaching.

 

Worksheets

- IMA and AMA Worksheet

 Topic: Roller Coaster Project

Warm-Up:
                  - Brain Exercise
               

Anticipatory Set: Quiz Review

Group Work:  
- Roller Coaster Project. You can begin your project after you complete your assessment.    

Closure: Time With Teacher
     Review of missed questions from the previous day's 
     assessment - one on one tutoring.

     
     
WEEK of September 8 - 11
  Welcome to Advisory!

 

Big Idea: What is Success

Essential Question: How can I work towards success?
                               Who can help?

Objectives: I can...

                        ...compare educational goals.

                        ...identify my support network.

                        ...define and visualize success.

                        ...present findings from interviews.

  Tuesday - 9/8

D.E.A.R - Reading

Please remember to bring a book to read.

  Wednesday - 9/9

 

The Interview

1) Take ten minutes to put final touches on your interview poster.

2) Present Interview Findings

      - Use a Loud, Proud, College Student Voice.

      - Define success.

      - Name a similarity to and a difference from the person you i             interviewed and your ideas on success.

      - Presentations should be about 2 minutes. 

   
     
  Thursday - 9/10

Success Cheat Sheets and Skits

1) Positivity Moment:
    Draw or write a highlight from the past week on your sticky note
    and post it on the door.

2) Success Cheat Sheets and Skits

    (Locations: Classroom, Student Center, at home, with friends)

     Use your given topic to create a skit and a poster showing how        to act and how not to act in your situation.

     Create a skit showing your chosen scenario.

  Friday - 9/11

D.E.A.R - Reading

Please remember to bring a book to read.

     
     
 WEEK of August 31 - September 4
  Welcome to Advisory!

 

Big Idea: What is Success

Essential Question: How can I work towards success?
                               Who can help?

Objectives: I can...

                        ...compare educational goals.

                        ...identify my support network.

                        ...define and visualize success.

                        ...present findings from interviews.

  Monday - 8/31

D.E.A.R - reading

Please remember to bring a book to read.

  Tuesday - 9/1

1. What does it mean to be successful?

2. Interview questions revisited and shared.

      - Bring your interviews in by Thursday.

3. Success Posters.

  Wednesday - 9/2

 Venn Diagram 

     - Compare/Contrast Ideas on Success

  Thursday - 9/3

 

Comparing our interview results

  - Let's add this to our Venn Diagram

  Friday - 9/4

D.E.A.R - reading

Please remember to bring a book to read.

     
     
    WEEK of August 24 - 28
  Welcome to Advisory!

Big Idea: Relationships provide support

Essential Question: How can I work towards success?

Objectives: I can...

                        ...compare educational goals.

                        ...identify my support network.

                        ...define and visualize success.

                        ...present findings from interviews.

  Monday - 8/17

D.E.A.R - reading

Please remember to bring a book to read.

  Tuesday - 8/18

Positivity Moment: Write the best thing in the past week on a sticky note, post it!

 Warm Up:  Stand - Sit - Share

1. State your favorite thing that you've learned so far at LEC.
2. How will that help you in college or your future career?
3. Pass the bat to another person.
4. Sit once you've shared.

Planning for Effective Collaboration and Accountability

1. Set mini-deadlines.
2. Turn in your sheet.

Continuation from last week.

 

  Wednesday - 8/19

Tell Me Something Good - Think and Share

Round 1: 

What do you think success looks like...

1. According to the LEC Mission Statement and District Transfer Goals

2. To you

3. To your friends

4. According to the media

5. To your family

Round 2: Favorite and Comment

-- Check or star ideas you agree with.

-- Add comments where you have questions.

 

  Thursday - 8/20  
  Friday - 8/14

D.E.A.R - reading

Please remember to bring a book to read.

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    WEEK of August 17 - 21
 

Welcome to Advisory!

 

Big Idea: Relationships provide support

Essential Question: How will our community work toward success?

Objectives: I can...

...describe my goals at LEC.

...illustrate the contributions I'll make to LEC.

...communicate professionally in a variety of situations.

 

 

  Monday - 8/17

D.E.A.R - Please bring in something to read

 

  Tuesday - 8/18

Positivity Moment: Write the best thing in the
                   past week on a sticky note, post it!

 

Warm Up:
1. Fill in your half sheet on your strengths and 
    weaknesses in
group work.

2. Circle your favorite role in group work.

 

Planning for Effective Collaboration 

1. Read the project scenario with your group.

2. Assign roles using your project planning
    sheet.

 

  Wednesday - 8/19

     ----- NO SCHOOL -----

 

  Thursday - 8/20

 Warm Up:  Stand - Sit - Share

1. State your favorite thing that you've learned so far at LEC.
2. How will that help you in college or your future career?
3. Pass the bat to another person.
4. Sit once you've shared.

Planning for Effective Collaboration and Accountability

1. Set mini-deadlines.
2. Turn in your sheet.

Exit Ticket: Reflection - (On your half sheet)

1. How does your role in your group use your strengths?
2. How does your role in your group help you get better
    at your weaknesses?

 

  Friday - 8/21

D.E.A.R - Please bring in something to read

 

    Have a Fantastic Weekend
     
     
   Thursday - 8/13

TOPIC: Professional/non professional behavior,

Activity:

1. Stand Up-Hand Up-Pair Up.

2. Shake hands with your partner.

3. Read your scenario and decide how to react professionally.

4. Model to the class.

 

FINSH: Your paddles, Your sticky hands

 

 

  Friday - 8/14  DEAR - Bring something to read.
     

 

- The Hose - The Resistance

https://drive.google.com/a/lee.k12.nc.us/file/d/0Bw_I1q4dGMTGdmZnOGRVbmg3X2c/view?usp=sharing

 

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 Highlights 

Lesson Plans can be 
found HERE

Cornell Notes Template

DOCS Template
TOC Template

Click Here to Access 
Physical Science Reference Table

 

 WELCOME to Ms. G's
PHYSICAL SCIENCE CLASS!

My email is: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you would like to keep an ONLINE Science Notebook,
Please click here to access your Cornell Notes Template.

Click here to access the Table of Content Document.

Here is the LINK to your Roller Coaster Project.
 

 
 
 
chemisrry
 

  Final exam schedule: 
  Monday, 12/16:  Social Studies
  Tuesday, 12/17: English
  Wednesday, 12/18: Math
  Thursday, 12/19: Science

---> 10 day review begins Monday, December 2nd

 
 
 
new friday- DECEMBER 6, 2019

 

TOPIC: Electricity/ Review QUIZ TODAY

WARM UP: 10 minute STUDY TIME

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Wht does it take to get an A on the NCFE?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

ANTICIPATORY SET: TASK CARDS - ELECTRICITY (STUDY TIME)

GROUPS WORK: Review Boards

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: NAME THAT EQUATION

VOCABULARY: POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE, VOLTS, CIRCUITS

INDEPENDENT WORK: STUDY

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
new thursday- DECEMBER 5, 2019

 

TOPIC: Electricity/ Review

WARM UP: Review Jeopardy

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Wht does it take to get an A on the NCFE?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

ANTICIPATORY SET: TASK CARDS - ELECTRICITY

GROUPS WORK: Review Boards

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy

VOCABULARY: POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE, VOLTS, CIRCUITS

INDEPENDENT WORK: STUDY

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
new wednesday - DECEMBER 4, 2019

 

TOPIC: Electricity

WARM UP: QUIZ BOWL

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Electricity?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
REFERENCE TABLE REVIEW

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

TASK CARDS - ELECTRICITY

ANTICIPATORY SET: CLICK HERE for QUIZ BOWL

GROUPS WORK: QUIZ BOWL

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK"True or False" ELECTRICITY

VOCABULARY: POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE, VOLTS, CIRCUITS

INDEPENDENT WORK: STUDY

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
new tuesday- DECEMBER 3, 2019

 

TOPIC: Electricity

WARM UP: Study Time

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Electricity?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
REFERENCE TABLE REVIEW

TASK CARDS - Potential and Kinetic Task Cards
TASK CARDS - ELECTRICITY

ANTICIPATORY SET: TRUE OR FALSE

GROUPS WORK: I Have -Who Has

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK"True or False" ELECTRICITY

VOCABULARY: POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE, VOLTS, CIRCUITS

INDEPENDENT WORK: STUDY

QUIZ - BLOCK 1 - WORK AND POWER
Task Cards - WORK POWER
TASK CARDS - POTENTIAL AND KINETIC ENERGY

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
 new monday- NOVEMBER 2, 2019

 

TOPIC: Potential and Kinetic Energy

WARM UP: QUIZIZZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Energy?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
REFERENCE TABLE REVIEW

TASK CARDS - Potential and Kinetic Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Quizizz

GROUPS WORK: I Have -Who Has

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK"True or False" Potential/Kinetic Energy

VOCABULARY: Work, Power, Energy

INDEPENDENT WORK: 

QUIZ - BLOCK 1 - WORK AND POWER
Task Cards - WORK POWER
TASK CARDS - POTENTIAL AND KINETIC ENERGY

CLOSING:Word-Up
BLOCK 2

Solutions

Important Colloids and Other States

 
 new tuesday - NOVEMBER 26, 2019

 

TOPIC: Work and Power

WARM UP: QUIZIZZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Work?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: WORK and POWER

ANTICIPATORY SET: Millionaire Game Review 

GROUPS WORK: WORK and POWER

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: "True or False" Work and Power

VOCABULARY: Work, Power

INDEPENDENT WORK: Task Cards

CLOSING:Word-Up

BLOCK 2
Quiz on Work and Power
Quizizz Potential Kinetic Energy
Kinetic and Potential True False

 
REMINDER - WAVE QUIZ ON THURSDAY
ROLLER COASTER JUDGING ON FRIDAY
YOUR LOG BOOK MUST BE TURNED IN
NO LATER THAN FRIDAY
 
new wednesdaynew thursday - NOVEMBER 20 - 21, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  140B528D 4299 472D 899803172622019D source
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project
This is the Scoring Rubric for your Log Book.

 
new tuesday - NOVEMBER 19, 2019

QUIZ ON MOTION TODAY

TOPIC: WAVES 

WARM UP: QUIZIZZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are waves?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: WAVES

ANTICIPATORY SET:
"10 minutes study time for QUIZ" 

GROUPS WORK:  WAVES REVIEW TASK CARDS 

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy

VOCABULARY: Doppler; Amplitude; Compression; Interference

INDEPENDENT WORK: QUIZIZZ

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
 new monday..NOVEMBER 18, 2019

QUIZ TODAY on MOTION and FORCES

TODAY'S TOPIC: FORCES and MOTION

STARTER PROMPT: QUESTION OF THE DAY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What IS A FORCE?
ANTICIPATORY SET: TABLE TALK
GROUP WORK: Word Up; Guess That Unit
VOCABULARY: Acceleration; speed; velocity, momentum; gravity, Mass
INDEPENDENT WORK: NOTE TAKING; QUIZ

CLOSING: Word Up
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: FORCES AND MOTION

 
new friday- NOVEMBER 15, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  140B528D 4299 472D 899803172622019D source
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project
This is the Scoring Rubric for your Log Book.

 

 
new thursday ..NOVEMBER 14, 2019

QUIZ TODAY on MOTION and FORCES

TODAY'S TOPIC: FORCES

STARTER PROMPT: QUESTION OF THE DAY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What IS A FORCE?
ANTICIPATORY SET: TABLE TALK
GROUP WORK: Word Up; ROLLER COASTER LOG BOOK
VOCABULARY: Acceleration; speed; velocity, momentum
INDEPENDENT WORK: NOTE TAKING; QUIZ

CLOSING: Word Up
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Forces

 
new wednesday..NOVEMBER 13, 2019

TOPIC: motion

STARTER PROMPT: MOTION REVIEW TASK CARDS

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: NCFE REVIEW #1
GROUP WORK: Word Up; Jeopardy
VOCABULARY: Acceleration; speed; velocity, momentum
INDEPENDENT WORK: NCFE REVIEW #1

CLOSING: Word Up
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Forces

 

new tuesday..NOVEMBER 12, 2019

TOPIC: motion

STARTER PROMPT: Exercise Your Brain

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Name That Motion
GROUP WORK: Word Up; Jeopardy
VOCABULARY: Acceleration; speed; velocity, momentum
INDEPENDENT WORK:

Name That Motion

CLOSING: Word Up
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
ALL MOTION  breakout

Forces

MOTION REVIEW TASK CARDS

 

new friday- NOVEMBER 8, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  140B528D 4299 472D 899803172622019D source
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

new thursday..NOVEMBER 7, 2019

TOPIC: motion

STARTER PROMPT: Distance Displacement Problem

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Chemistry Breakout
GROUP WORK: Breakout Activity
VOCABULARY: Acceleration; speed; velocity, momentum
INDEPENDENT WORK:

PERIODIC TABLE HUNT

Name That Motion


CLOSING: Word Up
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
ALL MOTION  breakout

Forces

 

new wednesday..NOVEMBER 6, 2019

TOMORROW WILL BE YOUR SECOND PERIODIC TABLE QUIZ.


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Review for the NCFE?

TOPIC: Escape Room- Newton's Lawescape room

STARTER PROMPT:How Many 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Escape Room

GROUP WORK: Blunt Force
                         Can you solve the puzzle?

VIDEO: Check this out

VOCABULARY: volume, density

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 
new tuesday..NOVEMBER 5, 2019


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Review for the NCFE?

TOPIC: Surviving the NCFEef9ae4a9924d5ad8e6b9de3169395b7a

STARTER PROMPT:Last 10 TASK CARDS

ANTICIPATORY SET: Sink or Float

GROUP WORK: Here is the LINK to the TASK CARDS

VIDEO: Check this out

VOCABULARY: volume, density

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 

new monday...NOVEMBER 4, 2019


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Density?

TOPIC: Radfioactive Decay Labef9ae4a9924d5ad8e6b9de3169395b7a

STARTER PROMPT:Density Worksheet

ANTICIPATORY SET: Sink or Float

GROUP WORK: Here is the LINK to the TASK CARDS

VIDEO: Check this out

VOCABULARY: volume, density

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 

 new thursday...OCTOBER 31, 2019


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is halflife?fine 1429 39082.1560441026

TOPIC: Radfioactive Decay Lab

STARTER PROMPT:TASK CARDS
CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR YOUR REVIEW TASK CARDS

ANTICIPATORY SET: TWIZZLER LAB

GROUP WORK: Here is the LINK to the TASK CARDS Half Life Lab

VOCABULARY: Half-Life; Alpha; Beta, Gamma, Decay

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 

new wednesday...OCTOBER 30, 2019


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is halflife?

TOPIC: Radfioactive Decay Labmmmmmm

STARTER PROMPT:M& Mium

ANTICIPATORY SET: Half-life  Lab

GROUP WORK: Half Life Lab

VOCABULARY: Half-Life; Alpha; Beta, Gamma, Decay

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

RadioActive Decay/Half-Life

Radio Active Decay

 

 PLEASE TAKE THESE SURVEYS

 

new tuesday...OCTOBER 29, 2019


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is halflife?

TOPIC: Radfioactive Decay

STARTER PROMPT: Millionaire Game Review 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Half-life Penny Lab

GROUP WORK: Half Life Lab111479 0213eic feature radioactive pg016b 410 tcm18 227639

VOCABULARY: Half-Life; Alpha; Beta, Gamma, Decay

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

RadioActive Decay/Half-Life

Radio Active Decay

 

 

new monday- OCTOBER 28, 2019

Today is "Project Day." 
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

new thursday...OCTOBER 24, 2019 

quiz

QUIZ TODAY

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
What is the difference between an acid and a base?

STARTER PROMPT: 10 minute study time

ANTICIPATORY SET: ECM activityacidsnbases

GROUP WORK: Handouts

-Acids and Bases
- Compounds
- Mixtures

VOCABULARY: pH, hydronium, ion, neutralization, salt, hydroxide

INDEPENDENT WORK:  
Please take notes.

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

Acids and Bases

 

new wednesday..DATE: OCTOBER 23, 2019 


ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
Why do we balance equations?
Why do we not alter subscripts?
What is the difference between an acid and a base?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Word-Up

GROUP WORK: Handouts

How to count atoms in a formula

-Counting Atoms Worksheet

- Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Subscript; Coefficient; molecule; polyatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK:  Please take notes.

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

Student Reactions Power Point Lesson


Acids and Bases

WORKSHEETS:

Balancing Equations #1

- Balancing Equations #2

 Here is a link to a video that may help you with the balancing of your chemical equations.

 
 

new tuesday...DATE: OCTOBER 22, 2019 


ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
Why do we balance equations?
Why do we not alter subscripts?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Word-Up

GROUP WORK: Handouts

How to count atoms in a formula

-Counting Atoms Worksheet

- Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Subscript; Coefficient; molecule; polyatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK:  Please take notes.

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

2018 New Student Balancing Equations

Balancing Equatios #2
Student Reactions Power Point Lesson
Acids and Bases

WORKSHEETS:

Balancing Equations #1

- Balancing Equations #2

 Here is a link to a video that may help you with the balancing of your chemical equations.

 

new mondayOCTOBER 21, 2019

QUIZ TODAY: CHEMISTRY and PERIODIC TABLE

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: IONIC COMPOUNDS

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Alien Periodic Table

GROUP WORK: Naming Covalent Compounds 

Lewis Structures - Compounds

Lewis Structures - Diatomic

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons; Diatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz 

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND REACTIVITY TASK CARDS

Naming Compounds #2

 

new friday- OCTOBER 18, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  and Quiz Correction DayQUIZ CORRECTIONS
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

new thursday - OCTOBER 17, 2019

QUIZ TODAY: CHEMISTRY and PERIODIC TABLE

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: IONIC COMPOUNDS

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Alien Periodic Table

GROUP WORK: Naming Ionic Compounds 

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons; Diatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz 

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Naming Compounds #2

 

new wednesday- - OCTOBER 16, 2019

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: Alien Periodic Table

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Alien Periodic Table

GROUP WORK: Counting Atoms

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons; Diatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz 

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Naming Compounds #1

Naming Compounds #2

- Super 7 Comic Strip

 

new tuesday - - OCTOBER 15, 2019

 

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: Alien Periodic Table

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Alien Periodic Table

GROUP WORK: Alien Table "Survivor"

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons; Diatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quizizz 

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: BONDS

Naming Compounds #1

Naming Compounds #2

- Super 7 Comic Strip

 

 

new monday- - OCTOBER 14, 2019

TOPIC: Synthesis Paper

When you are finished with your QUIZ you will start on your Synthesis paper. This paper will be due: Friday, OCTOBER 18, 2019

 
TOPIC: Scientific Writing 

This week, you will be working on your last writing assignment for this class.  If you hand in your paper ahead of time, I will review your paper and make suggestions for revisions. Please submit this on Google drive and allow editing, please.

Make sure your paper is double spaced; has a header which includes your name, the date and the title of your paper. You also will need a reference list.

Your final paper will be due Friday, OCTOBER 18, 2019. This counts as a Test Grade. Late papers will receive a deduction in points for each day it is late.

FIRST THINGS FIRST: 
Look over the powerpoint presentation which includes information on reading science papers.


Scienictific Writing Activity
 

SECOND: Read these two papers explaining the differences between a summary and a synthesis paper. 

Writing a Synthesis and Summary vs. Synthesis 

LASTLY: Then read the two assigned reading passages. You will be writing a synthesis paper using these two articles.The mysterious Fourth State of Matter and The second Science Writing Passage - The Fifth State of Matter 

Group Work:

- With your table partner, read the two assigned passages
- Create an outline of what you believe are the main points  
  of each passage.
- Record these on the a sheet of paper.
- Take your list and compare it with what the other groups
- Record any additional information offered by the other members 
  of the class that you may have missed

Independent Work: You are now ready to write

Important Information:

You will have two weeks to work on this paper. It should be at least one page in length. Pay attention to the due dates above. I need your rough draft no later than Tuesday, October 15th and your final paper by Friday, October 18th. If you do not hand in a rough draft, you will receive a twenty five point deduction.

You will be graded as follows:
- Body of the paper will be worth 60 points. Here is the rubric.

- In-text citations will be worth fifteen points.

- Reference list will be worth fifteen points.

- Heading will be worth ten points.

Here is a template to follow for your reference list:

Author B. B. (Date of publication). Title of page [Format description when necessary]. Retrieved from https://www.someaddress.com/full/url/

Eco, U. (2015). How to write a thesis [PDF file]. (Farina C. M. & Farina F., Trans.) Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/...How_to_write_a_thesis/.../
Umberto+Eco-How+to+Write+... (Original work published 1977).

If the page's author is not listed, start with the title instead. If the date of publication is not listed, use the abbreviation (n.d.).

Spotlight Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/about_the_owl/owl_information/l

 

 
matter prop
 

new friday- OCTOBER 11, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  and Quiz Correction DayQUIZ CORRECTIONS
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

new thursday OCTOBER 10, 2019

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: Dog Show

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Let It Snow

GROUP WORK: Dog Show "Survivor"

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons; Diatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK: Atomic Configuration Worksheet

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: BONDS

- Super 7 Comic Strip

 

new wednesday           OCTOBER 9, 2019 

 

 TOPIC: Atoms and Elements

WARM UP: what is the PERIODIC TABLE?

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is an ATOM?periodic table

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Atoms and Elements and - How To Lewis Dots

ANTICIPATORY SET: Build an element

GROUPS WORK: Survivor 

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Bohr; Atom/Element; Electrons; Periodic Table

INDEPENDENT WORK: - Atom Basics and Build an Element and Quiz corrections

CLOSING: Fill in your Periodic Table

 

new thursday   OCTOBER 3, 2019

TODAY IS QUIZ DAY - 10 MINUTES STUDY TIME


TOPIC: Synthesis Paper

When you are finished with your QUIZ you will start on your Synthesis paper. This paper will be due: Friday, OCTOBER 18, 2019

 
TOPIC: Scientific Writing 

This week, you will be working on your last writing assignment for this class.  If you hand in your paper ahead of time, I will review your paper and make suggestions for revisions. Please submit this on Google drive and allow editing, please.

Make sure your paper is double spaced; has a header which includes your name, the date and the title of your paper. You also will need a reference list.

Your final paper will be due Friday, OCTOBER 18, 2019. This counts as a Test Grade. Late papers will receive a deduction in points for each day it is late.

FIRST THINGS FIRST: 
Look over the powerpoint presentation which includes information on reading science papers.


Scienictific Writing Activity
 

SECOND: Read these two papers explaining the differences between a summary and a synthesis paper. 

Writing a Synthesis and Summary vs. Synthesis 

LASTLY: Then read the two assigned reading passages. You will be writing a synthesis paper using these two articles.The mysterious Fourth State of Matter and The second Science Writing Passage - The Fifth State of Matter 

Group Work:

- With your table partner, read the two assigned passages
- Create an outline of what you believe are the main points  
  of each passage.
- Record these on the a sheet of paper.
- Take your list and compare it with what the other groups
- Record any additional information offered by the other members 
  of the class that you may have missed

Independent Work: You are now ready to write

Important Information:

You will have two weeks to work on this paper. It should be at least one page in length. Pay attention to the due dates above. I need your rough draft no later than Tuesday, October 15th and your final paper by Friday, October 18th. If you do not hand in a rough draft, you will receive a twenty five point deduction.

You will be graded as follows:
- Body of the paper will be worth 60 points. Here is the rubric.

- In-text citations will be worth fifteen points.

- Reference list will be worth fifteen points.

- Heading will be worth ten points.

Here is a template to follow for your reference list:

Author B. B. (Date of publication). Title of page [Format description when necessary]. Retrieved from https://www.someaddress.com/full/url/

Eco, U. (2015). How to write a thesis [PDF file]. (Farina C. M. & Farina F., Trans.) Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/...How_to_write_a_thesis/.../
Umberto+Eco-How+to+Write+... (Original work published 1977).

If the page's author is not listed, start with the title instead. If the date of publication is not listed, use the abbreviation (n.d.).

Spotlight Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/about_the_owl/owl_information/l

 

new wednesday ---- OCTOBER 2, 2019  


TOPIC: Reaction Types

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the different chemical reactions and how do we tell them apart?

STARTER PROMPT: 
Solution, Suspension, Colloid Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Mind Game Riddle

Survivor Group Work: Task Cards

VOCABULARY: Synthesis; Decomposition; Double/Single Reation 

INDEPENDENT WORK: Solubility Worksheet

PowerPoint Presentation: 
Solutions

Closing: Word Up Game

Solutions

Important Colloids and Other States

Closing: Word Up Game

 

DATE: OCTOBER 1, 2019  

new totally teriffic Tuesday

TOPIC: Reaction Types

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the different chemical reactions and how do we tell them apart?

STARTER PROMPT:
Physical and Chemical Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Obleck

Survivor Group Work: 

VOCABULARY: Synthesis; Decomposition; Double/Single Reation 

INDEPENDENT WORK: Comic Strip Diatomic Molecules

PowerPoint Presentation: 
Solutions

Important Colloids and Other States

Closing: Word Up Game

Solutions

Important Colloids and Other States

Closing: Word Up Game

 

new monday- SEPTEMBER 30, 2019 

TOPIC: MATTER

thermo

WARM UP: Question of the Day

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is meant by properties and structures?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Word Fun
GROUP WORK: Physical and Chemical Matching
VOCABULARY: Latent Heat; Phase Change
INDEPENDENT WORK: QUIZ
CLOSING: WORD-UP

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES

- PHASE CHANGES of WATER
LATENT HEAT
HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation

 

new friday- SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  and Quiz Correction Dayproject
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

new thursday- SEPTEMBER 26, 2019 

TOPIC: MATTER

thermo

WARM UP: TEN MINUTES STUDY TIME

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is meant by properties and structures?
ANTICIPATORY SET: 
GROUP WORK: FUN WITH BALLOONS
VOCABULARY: Latent Heat; Phase Change
INDEPENDENT WORK: QUIZ
CLOSING: WORD-UP

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

- PHASE CHANGES of WATER
LATENT HEAT
HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation

 elect and mag stand
 
 

new wednesday- SEPTEMBER 25, 2019

TOPIC #1: Electricity and Ohm's Law

WARM UP: Quizizz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:  How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
TASK CARDS 

The Hose

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

TOPIC #2: Parallel Circuits

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SURVIVOR GROUP WORK: WORD-UP

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage; Parallel

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quizizz
Please click on the following link and do the activithy.

PHET: OHM"S LAW
              

seriescircuitbulbs

CLOSING: WORD - UP

What is Electricity

Electric Circuits and Current

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO YOUR PROJECT TEMPLATE

 

new tuesday- SEPTEMBER 24, 2019 

TOPIC #1: Electricity and Ohm's Law

WARM UP: Brain Buster

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:  How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
TASK CARDS 

PARALLEL CIRCUITS  

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

TOPIC #2: Parallel Circuits

LinearShortBoilweevil size restricted

SURVIVOR GROUP WORK: WORD-UP

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage; Parallel

INDEPENDENT WORK:
PARALLEL CIRCUIT WORKSHEET
                  

seriescircuitbulbs

CLOSING: WORD - UP

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

 

new monday- SEPTEMBER 23, 2019 

TOPIC #1: Electricity and Ohm's Law

WARM UP: Brain Buster

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:  How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

PARALLEL CIRCUITS  

Series Circuits

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

TOPIC #1: POWER EQUATION

TOPIC #2: Parallel Circuits

LinearShortBoilweevil size restricted

SURVIVOR GROUP WORK:
Electricity and Magnetism Escape Room

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage; Parallel

INDEPENDENT WORK: 

TOPIC #3 : Series Circuits                   seriescircuitbulbs

INDEPENDENT WORK: SERIES CIRCUITS

CLOSING: WORD - UP

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

 
 

new friday- SEPTEMBER 20, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 
 

new thursday- SEPTEMBER 19, 2019


 TOPIC: BENCHMARK

WARM UP: 10 minute study time

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What do I remember and what do I have to study?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:  
Benchmark Review Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: "QUIZ CORRECTIONS" 

GROUPS WORK: Roller Coaster Project

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Study Time

VOCABULARY: Benchmark

INDEPENDENT WORK: Benchmark, Quiz Corrections

CLOSING:Clean - up

 
 

new wednesday- SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 

TOPIC #1: Electricity and Ohm's Law

WARM UP: Brain Buster

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Ohm's Law and how does it relate to electricity?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

TOPIC #2: Parallel Circuits

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ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits??

GROUP WORK: Parallel Circuits Worksheet

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

Today you will be correcting your Periodic Table for you quiz tomorrow.

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage; Parallel

INDEPENDENT WORK: PARALLEL CIRCUITS

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: PARALLEL CIRCUITS

TOPIC #3 : Series Circuitsseriescircuitbulbs

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits??

GROUP WORK: 

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage

INDEPENDENT WORK: SERIES CIRCUITS

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Series Circuits

TOPIC: ELECTRICITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Electricity?

Group Work:Ohm's Law Worksheet

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

 
 

new tuesday- SEPTEMBER 17, 2019


IMPORTANT REMINDER - BENCHMARK ON THURSDAY

TOPIC: Magnetism

WARM UP: Brain Buster

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are magnets and how are they used?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Magnetism

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Magnet Racing" 

GROUPS WORK: Task Cards; Reading Passage;Race

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Task Cards

VOCABULARY: Domains; Magnets; Solenoid

INDEPENDENT WORK: Reading Passage

CLOSING:Word-Up

 

 new monday- SEPTEMBER 16, 2019


 TOPIC: Magnetism

WARM UP: Brain Buster

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are manets and how are they used?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:  
Benchmark Review Task Cards
Magnetism

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Magnet Racing" 

GROUPS WORK: Task Cards; Reading Passage;Race

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Task Cards

VOCABULARY: Domains; Magnets; Solenoid

INDEPENDENT WORK: Reading Passage

CLOSING:Word-Up

 

new friday- SEPTEMBER 13, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

 new thursday- SEPTEMBER 12, 2019


 TOPIC: Graphing  

WARM UP: "Getting the Point

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do we interpret graphs?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: NONE

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Getting the Point

GROUPS WORK: Graphing Packet

VOCABULARY: Graph; Variable; Scale

INDEPENDENT WORK: Packet

SPECIAL NOTE:
- You will be working on a graphing packet.
- Each student needs to hand in one.

- When you are done, you must turn in your packet.
- When you are done you will work on the "Getting the Point"
  worksheet.
- All work should be placed in the class box before you leave.

 

new wednesday - SEPTEMBER 11, 2019


 TOPIC: WAVES 2    pswaves sm

WARM UP: Brain Buster

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are waves?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:  
WAVES Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Jeopardy" 

GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy ; Word -Up

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy

VOCABULARY: Doppler; Amplitude; Compression; Interference

INDEPENDENT WORK: Task Cards

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
 

new tuesday - SEPTEMBER 10, 2019


 TOPIC: WAVES 2    pswaves sm

WARM UP: Escape Room

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are waves?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: WAVES

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Brain Drain" 

GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy ; Word -Up

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy

VOCABULARY: Doppler; Amplitude; Compression; Interference

INDEPENDENT WORK: IMA, AMA Packet

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
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new monday - SEPTEMBER 9, 2019     

TOPIC: Simple Machine mac     

WARM UP: 10 minutes study time for QUIZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 
What are the simple machines and how are they used?
What is Mechanical Advantage?
How is Mechanical Advantage calculated?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
SIMPLE MACHINES

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Can You Lift This Box?"

GROUPS WORK: Table Partners

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK"Warm-Up" question

VOCABULARY: Work; Power; Force; Focrum; Wheel and axle

INDEPENDENT WORK: Mechanical Advantage Packet

CLOSING: Lab Write-Up

 

new friday- AUGUST 30, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

new wednesday- SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

TOPIC: WORK and POWER 

work

WARM UP: "BRAIN-DRAIN

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How are work and Energy related?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:  WORK AND POWER

ANTICIPATORY SET: Word-Up

GROUPS WORK: "Six-Station"; Rube Goldberg Project

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Rube Goldberg

VOCABULARY: Work; Power; Force

INDEPENDENT WORK: "Six-Station Work and Power Lab

CLOSINGRube Goldberg Project

 
 

new friday- AUGUST 30, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 
 

new thursday- AUGUST 29, 2019

TOPIC: WORK and POWER 

      !!!QUIZ TODAY!!!work

WARM UP: 10 Minute study time for QUIZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How are work and Energy related?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:  WORK AND POWER

ANTICIPATORY SET: Rube Goldberg Project

GROUPS WORK: Rube Goldberg Project

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Goldberg

VOCABULARY: Work; Power; Force

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quizizz; Work and Power Packet

CLOSING: Word- Up

 

new wednesday- AUGUST 28, 2019

TOPIC: Energy Transformation

WARM UP: Question of the Day

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is "The Law of Conservation of Energy?"

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation


ANTICIPATORY SET: Rube Goldberg Machine ProjectWAVES Task CardsPotential Energy img4

GROUPS WORKRube Goldberg Machines

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: None 

VOCABULARY: Potential; Kinetic; Conservation

INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes

CLOSING: Word-Up

 

new tuesday- AUGUST 27, 2019

TOPIC: Potential and Kinetic Energy Energy

WARM UP Potential and Kinetic Energy Task Cards

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is "The Law of Conservation of Energy?"

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation


ANTICIPATORY SET: WAVES Task CardsPotential Energy img4

GROUPS WORKRube Goldberg Machines

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK 
Potential and Kinetic Energy Task Cards

VOCABULARY: Potential; Kinetic; Conservation

INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes

CLOSING: Word-Up

 

 

new monday- AUGUST 26, 2019

TOPIC: Conservation of Energy

PLEASE ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ON THE POTENTIAL and KINETIC  TASK CARDS. YOU MAY WORK IN YOUR SURVIVOR GROUP. YOU WILL NEED A PIECE OF LINED PAPER ON WHICH TO RECORD YOUR ANSWERS. HAND IN YOUR ANSWER SHEET WHEN YOU ARE DONE. YOU MAY PLACE IT IN THE CLASSROOM BOX. THESE COUNT AS"SURVIVOR" POINTS. SORRY I AM NOT IN CLASS TODAY BUT MY INFECTION GOT WORSE AND I ENDED UP IN THE HOSPITAL. I WILL MISS YOU ALL.
AFTER YOU ARE FINISHED WITH YOUR TASK CARDS, YOU MAY WORK ON YOUR ROLLER COASTER PROJECT. BE SURE TO CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELF AND RECORD EVERYTHING IN YOUR LOG BOOK.

WARM UP Potential and Kinetic Energy Task Cards

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is "The Law of Conservation of Energy?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY


ANTICIPATORY SET: WAVES Task CardsPotential Energy img4

GROUPS WORKWord Problems to Solve

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK 
Potential and Kinetic Energy Task Cards

VOCABULARY: Potential; Kinetic; Conservation

INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes

CLOSING: Word-Up

 

 

 

AUGUST 21 through AUGUST 23, 2029

new friday- AUGUST 23, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

Everyone on your team is responsible 
to turn in a log book at project termination. 
You must record an entry every day. Please 
follow the directions in the powerpoint below 
carefully. This is worth 50% of your grade WAVES Task Cards

Log Book Instructions

Before working on a "Roller Coaster," 
the information below will be of great help:

Group Work: Roller Coaster Adventure

HOW TO MAKE A PAPER ROLLER clip art rollercoaster 780126
COASTER 
VIDEO

Roller Coaster Adventure.

Amusement Park Physics

Physics Glossary

Design a Roller Coaster

How do Coasters come to be?

Please watch all videos.

How to build a Roller Coaster Physics Style

How Roller Coasters Work

Additional Videos

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

SCORING RUBRIC

 

new thursday----- AUGUST 22, 2019

 

TOPIC: Conservation of Energy

WARM UP 10 minutes study time for the quiz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is "The Law of Conservation of Energy?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation


ANTICIPATORY SET: IMAGINE a PIECE of PAPERPotential Energy img4

GROUPS WORKWord Problems to Solve

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK 
Potential/Kinetic Energy Problems to Solve
Potential and Kinetic Energy Task Cards

VOCABULARY: Potential; Kinetic;Conservation

INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes

CLOSING: Word-Up

 
new wednesday ----- AUGUST 21, 2019

 

TOPIC: Motion and Energy


WARM UP:Quizziz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is energy and how does it relate to motion?
STARTER PROMPT: Newton's Cradle
ANTICIPATORY SET:
 Newton's law Escape Room
GROUP WORK: Escape Room; Word-Up
VOCABULARY:  Action/Reaction; equal/Opposite 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Quizizz
CLOSING: Lab completion
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

Newton's Third Law

 
 
 WEEK OF AUGUST 12 THROUGH 16, 2019
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new monday ---- AUGUST 12, 2019

TOPIC:
Motion


WARM UP: QOD - Quick Write. On a sheet of paper, write a story of a least ten sentences answering the writing prompt below. While writing the story, please answer all the questions within your paragraph. Place your finished work in the class box.

motion writing prompt
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
STARTER PROMPT: Writing Activity
ANTICIPATORY SET:
 Pages of Friction
GROUP WORK: Friction Activity, White-Board Exercise, Marble Racing
VOCABULARY:  Friction, Free-Body Diagram, Viscosity 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Writing Prompt
CLOSING: Lab completion
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Science Friction
Forces and Free-Body Diagrams 

NEWTON'S 1st LAW

Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law

 

 

new tuesday ----- AUGUST 13, 2019

TOPIC: Motion


WARM UP:QUIZIZZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
STARTER PROMPT: QUIZIZZ
ANTICIPATORY SET:
 White-Board Exercise
GROUP WORK: White-Board Exercise, Marble Racing
VOCABULARY:  Friction, Free-Body Diagram, Viscosity 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Quizizz
CLOSING: Lab completion
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Forces and Free-Body Diagrams 

NEWTON'S 1st LAW

Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law

 

new wednesday----- AUGUST 14, 2019

TOPIC: Newton's Laws of Motion


WARM UP: Motion Review Task Cards

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
STARTER PROMPT:  Motion Review Task Cards
ANTICIPATORY SET:
 White-Board Exercise

GROUP WORK: Marble Racing
VOCABULARY:  Inertia, Force, Acceleration, Weight
INDEPENDENT WORK: Quizizz
CLOSING: Lab completion
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

 

Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law

 
 

 

new thursday-- AUGUST 15, 2019

TOPIC: Motion star
WARM UP: Ten Minutes Study time
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the difference between WEIGHT and MASS
ANTICIPATORY SET: YOUR WEIGHT on OTHER 
WORLDS 

GROUP WORK: Marble Racing
VOCABULARY:  Inertia, Force, Acceleration, Weight
INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz
CLOSING: Marble Lab completion
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law

Mass and Weight

Before we get into the subject of gravity and how it acts, it's important to understand the difference between weight and mass.

We often use the terms "mass" and "weight" interchangeably in our daily speech, but to an astronomer or a physicist they are completely different things. The mass of a body is a measure of how much matter it contains. An object with mass has a quality called inertia. If you shake an object like a stone in your hand, you would notice that it takes a push to get it moving, and another push to stop it again. If the stone is at rest, it wants to remain at rest. Once you've got it moving, it wants to stay moving. This quality or "sluggishness" of matter is its inertia. Mass is a measure of how much inertia an object displays.

Weight is an entirely different thing. Every object in the universe with mass attracts every other object with mass. The amount of attraction depends on the size of the masses and how far apart they are. For everyday-sized objects, this gravitational pull is vanishingly small, but the pull between a very large object, like the Earth, and another object, like you, can be easily measured. How? All you have to do is stand on a scale! Scales measure the force of attraction between you and the Earth. This force of attraction between you and the Earth (or any other planet) is called your weight.

If you are in a spaceship far between the stars and you put a scale underneath you, the scale would read zero. Your weight is zero. You are weightless. There is an anvil floating next to you. It's also weightless. Are you or the anvil mass-less? Absolutely not. If you grabbed the anvil and tried to shake it, you would have to push it to get it going and pull it to get it to stop. It still has inertia, and hence mass, yet it has no weight. See the difference?

 
 

new friday-- AUGUST 16, 2019

TOPIC: Motion net force
WARM UP: Opening Slide/Escape Room
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Net Force and how do we use it to solve problems.
ANTICIPATORY SET: "Net Force Escape Room"

GROUP WORK: Marble Racing

Survivor: Net Force Escape Room
VOCABULARY:  Inertia, Force, Acceleration, Weight
INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz Corrections
CLOSING: Marble Lab completion
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: "Net Force Escape Room"

 
 
forces and motion

 

DATE: MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2019monday

TOPIC: motion

STARTER PROMPT: Draw This Please

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: "Cat Walk"
GROUP WORK: 
Distance/Displacement White Board Exercise; Scalar/Vector - This or That
VOCABULARY: Distance/Displacement ; vector/scalar; frame of reference
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note Taking
CLOSING: Survivor - Distance/Displacement Dance
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Distance/Displacement - Scalar/Vector

 

 

DATE: TUESDAY, August 6, 2019  happy tuesday

TOPIC: motion

STARTER PROMPT: "Float Your Boat"

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: "Float Your Boat"
GROUP WORK: "Float Your Boat"; 

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Cat Walk"
GROUP WORK:
Distance/Displacement White Board Exercise; Scalar/Vector - This or That
VOCABULARY: Distance/Displacement ; vector/scalar; frame of reference
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note Taking
CLOSING: Survivor - Distance/Displacement Dance
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Distance/Displacement - Scalar/Vector

 

DATE: WEDNESDAY, August 7, 2019 

TOPIC: motion

colorful wednesday

STARTER PROMPT: Distance Displacement Problem

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Task Cards
GROUP WORK: Task Cards; Acceleration worksheet
VOCABULARY: Acceleration; speed; velocity, momentum
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note Taking
CLOSING: Word Up
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
ALL MOTION

Forces and Motion Task Cards

Forces

 

DATE: THURSDAY, August 8, 2019 

TOPIC: motionTT thrilling thursday

STARTER PROMPT: Questions of the Day

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Word Up

GROUP WORK: Word Up
VOCABULARY: Friction, Free Body Diagram, Forces 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note Taking
CLOSING: Science Friction Super Heroes/Villians
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Forces

Science Friction
Forces and Free-Body Diagrams 

NEWTON'S 1st LAW

 

Date - August 8, 2019thursday wonderful

TOPIC: Friction and Free-Fall
WARM UP: Quizziz
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is friction and what is its importance within the discussion of motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: 

GROUP WORK: Science Friction Super Hero
VOCABULARY: Friction; rolling/sliding/static/fluid
INDEPENDENT WORK: CLICK HERE and click on friction.
CLOSING: Science Friction Super Hero
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Free Fall
Science Friction 
Science Friction Super heroes

 

 DATE: August 9, 2019 

friday feeling

TOPIC: motion

STARTER PROMPT: Quizziz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used
to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: "Float Your Boat"
GROUP WORK: "Float Your Boat"; 
VOCABULARY: Friction, Free Body Diagram 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note Taking
CLOSING: 
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Forces and Free-Body Diagrams