• Dear Physical Science Students,

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    Class Supplies:  1.5-2” Ring Binder        Tab Dividers for Ring Binder       Simple Calculator

    Colored markers/pencils           Black or Blue Pens     Red Pen     Highlighter    Small Dry Erase Markers.  

       

    Begin Ch 4 Work and Energy

    Ch 4 Section 1 – Work

    CW - Silent Reading p106-108

    Practice Problems p107: 1-4 Keep until next week

    Neil DeGrasse Tyson on Isaac Newton (1st 8 min)

    Section 1 Practice Problems p107: 1-4 Teacher check and then keep until next class.

     

    Fri Oct 30 & Mon Nov 2

    Make Up Ch 3 Test

    Ch 4 Section 3 – Conservation of Energy p120-121

    Law of Conservation of Energy, Mechanical Energy, Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Falling Objects

    CW 1 – Section 3 Review p127: 28, 30, 31 (Add to p107: 1-4 from previous class) Turn in today

    CW 2 - Ch 4 Energy Foldable 5 sheets for 9 Flaps.  Tabs should be very thin.

    Ch 4 ENERGY

    Energy = Ability to do Work or Cause Change

     

                             Law of Conservation of Energy                 p120

                                                      Work                                      p106

                                                     Power                                     p126

    Mechanical Energy:          Kinetic Energy                         p116

                                              Elastic Potential Energy            p117

                                      Gravitational Potential Energy        p118

                                              Falling Objects                           p121

                                           Projectile Motion                         p122

                                       Pendulums or Swings                      p122

     

     

    Tues-Wed Nov 3-4 (Substitute Teacher)

    Did you create your Ch 4 Energy Foldable?

    Ch 1 Review Worksheet

     

    Thurs-Fri Nov 5-6

    Ch 4 Section 3 – Conservation of Energy p122         Projectile Motion

           Power p126    P = W/t

    Bozeman Science – Work & Power (7 min)

    Remember Word Problem Steps:  Data > Formula > Units

    CW 1 - Power Problems:

    1. While lifting a box 1.5 m straight up to put it on a moving truck, you exert an upward force of 200 N for 1.0s. How much power is required?
    2. You lift a book from the floor to a 1.0 m high bookshelf. How much power is used if the upward force is 15.0 N and you do the work in 2.0 s?
    3. You apply a horizontal force of 10.0 N to pull a wheeled suitcase at a constant speed of 0.5 m/s across the ground. How much power is used?

    CW 2 – Ch 4 Energy Foldable Add Notes to foldable: Projectile Motion & Power

     

    Mon-Tues Nov 9-10

    TED – Ed: Work & Power (4.5 min)

    Ch 4 Section 3 – Conservation of Energy p122                     Pendulums and Swings

    CW 1 – Ch 4 Energy Foldable Add to Foldable: Pendulums & Swings

    Kahoot!

    CW 2 – Work Math WS Show all Formulas and Units Due TODAY!

    HW Prepare for “Mini-Test” Ch 4 Work & Power

     

    Wed-Thurs Nov 11-12

    Mini-Test Ch 4 Work & Power = 12 points = 9 MC + 3 completion

    Ch 4 Section 2 – Kinetic Energy p116 Silent Reading

    CW 1 - Ch 4 Energy Foldable Add to foldable: Kinetic Energy Equation & Example

    CW 2 - Practice Problems p116: 16-17 Keep for next class

     

     

    Fri & Mon Nov 13 & 16

    Make-up Mini-Test Ch 4 Work & Power

    Review Kinetic Energy

    Ch 4 Section 2 – Potential Energy p117-118

    Energy, Force & Work (4.5 min)

    CW 1 - Ch 4 Energy Foldable Add to foldable:       

    Elastic Potential Energy, Gravitational Potential Energy Equation & Example

    CW 2 - Practice Problems p119: 18-19 (Add to yesterday’s CW)

    Turn in Today p116: 16-17 and p119: 18-19 on 1 paper

     

    Tues-Wed Nov 17-18

    Kinetic and Potential Energy (5 min)

    Did you finish? p116: 16-17 and p119: 18-19 It was due last class

    CW 1 - Ch 4 Energy Foldable should be finished

    Did you add?  Kinetic Energy Equation & Example, Elastic Potential Energy, Gravitational Potential Energy Equation & Example

    CW 2 - Section 2 Review p119: 20-25 Due next class

    DVD – COSMOS Episode 1 “Standing Up in the Milky Way” (2nd ½)

     

    Thurs-Fri Nov 19-20

    BW - Silent Reading Kinetic & Potential Energy Review again p116-118

    Real World: Work, Force, Energy & Motion (NASA 9 min)

    CW 1 - Ch 4 Energy Foldable should be finished

    Did you add?  Kinetic Energy Equation & Example, Elastic Potential Energy, Gravitational Potential Energy Equation & Example

    CW 2 - Section 2 Review p119: 20-25 Due today

     

    Sat Nov 21 – Sun Nov 29   Thanksgiving Break

     

     

    Mon Nov 30 & Tues Dec 1

    Energy, Force & Work (4.5 min)

    Distribute Graded Classwork

    Did you turn in? Section 2 Review p119: 20-25

    Kahoot!  Work, Power, GPE, & KE

    What is Engineering?  (6.5 min)

    Prepare for Test next class.  Ch 4 Energy Foldable should be finished.

     

    Wed-Thurs Dec 2-3

    Test Ch 4 - Work, Power, GPE, & KE

              30 Points = 12 MC + 6 Completion + 8 Matching + 2 Problems

    Turn in Ch 4 Energy Foldable Name & Period on Front!

    CW - Silent Reading Ch 9 Section 1 The Nature of Waves p272-278

     

     

    Mon-Tues Dec 7-8

    Make up Test Ch 4 - Work, Power, GPE, & KE

    Part 1:

    Begin Ch 9 Waves Section 1 - The Nature of Waves p272-288

    Demo:  Slinky Toys!

    Video – Longitudinal and Transverse Waves (3 min)

    Part 2:

    Section 2 – Wave Properties p279-284

    Read and Discuss Parts of a Wave p279, 280, & 283-4

    CW:

    (1) Make Word Map Table 1 of Section 1 Vocabulary: Term, Definition, Example, Illustration

                Make your boxes large enough to add more information later.

                p274 Wave (+ Medium), p276 Mechanical Wave, “Water” or Surface Wave,

                Transverse Wave, p277 Longitudinal Wave

    (2) Create Word Map Table 2 of Section 2 Vocabulary:

    crest, trough, amplitude, wavelength, compression, rarefaction

                            (Leave extra spaces for frequency, period, & hertz)

     

    Wed-Thurs Dec 9-10

    Part 1:

    Video - Transverse & Longitudinal Waves (2 min)

    Video - Surface Waves (1 min)

    Frequency & Period p280-282

    CW: (1) Word Map Table 1 of Section 1 should be complete

            (2) Continue Word Map Table 2 of Section 2 Vocabulary:

    crest, trough, amplitude, wavelength, compression, rarefaction,

                            Add frequency, period, speed, & hertz.

    Part 2:

    Speed = frequency x wavelength

    Video – Bozeman Science: Wave, Period, & Frequency (5 min)

    CW: (3) Add math examples of frequency and period to Word Map Table 2

    (4) Section 2 Practice Problems p282: 7, 8, 9 + ExCr #10 Turn in Today

    Next class go to Computer Lab 1-xxx

    Fri & Mon Dec 11 & 14

    Part 1:

    Computer Lab 1-xxx

    Phet.colorado.edu   Go to Physics > “Wave on a String”

                Also do “Wave Interference” and “Sound”

    Part 2:

    Did you turn in Section 2 Practice Problems p282: 7, 8, 9 + ExCr #10

    Section 3 – Behavior of Waves p286-295

    Video – Interference, Reflection, & Diffraction (6 min)

    CW 1 Fill out Word Map Table 3 of Section 3 Vocabulary:

    reflection, refraction, diffraction, interference,

    constructive interference, destructive interference, standing waves

    Staple all 3 Word Maps together in order and Turn in.  Name & Period on Front!

     

    Tues-Wed Dec 15-16

    Did you turn in all 3 Word Map Tables?  Stapled with Name and Period on Front

    Video - Review of Waves (7 min)

    CW – One 1 paper, please.  Section 2 Review p284: 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 +

    Section 3 Review p295: 18, 19, 21   Turn in Today

    Kahoot!

    HW – Prepare for Test.  Mechanical Waves Worksheet Due Test Day

     

    Thurs-Fri Dec 17-18

    Turn in Mechanical Waves Worksheet

    Did you turn in Section 2 Review p284: 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 + Section 3 Review p295: 18, 19, 21

    BW – Make corrections Section 2 Practice Problems p282: 7, 8, 9 + ExCr #10 Turn in again

    Ch 9 Test = 20 points = 13 MC + 7 completion + 1 Ex Cr

     

    Mon-Tues Jan 4-5

    Review Classroom Rules and Procedures

    BW – Silent Reading: Ch 1 Study Guide p37, Ch 2 p65, Ch 3 p97

    Make up Ch 9 Test

    Begin Review for Midterm Exam

    Did you save your Ch 1-4 & 9 Tests?  The Midterm questions are directly from your old tests.

    Kahoot!  Scientific Method

     

    CW - Science Notebook

    Ch 1 Nature of Science Section 1 Methods of Science p1-4

    Ch 2 Motion Section 1 Describing Motion p17-20

                The Workbook pages correspond with Textbook p42-50

    Ch 3 Forces & Newton’s Laws Section 1 Forces p29-33

                The Workbook pages correspond with Textbook p72-79

     

    Kahoot!  Speed, Acceleration, & Forces

     

    Wed-Thurs Jan 6-7

    BW – Silent Reading: Ch 4 Study Guide p131 and Ch 9 p299

    Review for Midterm Exam

    Did you save your Ch 1-4 & 9 Tests?  The Midterm questions are directly from your old tests.

    Did you complete Ch 1 Nature of Science Section 1 Methods of Science p1-4

        and Ch 2 Motion Section 1 Describing Motion p17-20

        and Ch 3 Forces & Newton’s Laws Section 1 Forces p29-33

    CW - Science Notebook

    Ch 4 Forces & Newton’s Laws Section 2 Describing Energy p47-49

                The Workbook pages correspond with Textbook p114-119

                Ch 9 Waves Section 1 Nature of Waves p107-108

                                        Section 2 Wave Properties p111-112

                The Workbook pages correspond with Textbook p274-283

     

    Fri Jan 8 & Mon Jan 11

    CWMidterm Math Practice Worksheet

    Kahoot!  Energy & Waves

     

    Midterm Exam Schedule:

    Tuesday Jan 12

    Midterms 1-3-5

    Wednesday Jan 13

    Midterms 2-4-6

    Thursday Jan 14

    Midterms 3-1-4

     

    Semester 2

    Unit 4 Matter

    Ch 14 Solids, Liquids, & Gases

     

    Tues-Wed Jan 19-20

    Ch 14 Section 1 – States of Matter p432

    BW – Brainstorm: Chemistry words!  Write on 1 paper/table.

    Lesson Part 1 – Read and Discuss p432-433

    CW 1 – Create Graphic Organizer p1 States of Matter of Ch 14 Sec 1 Vocabulary:

                Kinetic Theory, Gas, Liquid, Solid

    Include definitions and examples and illustrations

    Leave space at the bottom for later notes.

    Lesson Part 2 – Read and Discuss p 434-435

    CW 2 – Create Word Map p2 Changes of States of Matter of Ch 14 Sec 1 Vocabulary:

                Melting, Freezing, Heat of Fusion, Condensation,

    Heat of Vaporization, Vaporization, Evaporation, Boiling Point, Sublimation

    Include definitions and examples (or illustrations)

    Staple to Graphic Organizer p1 of Ch 14 Sec 1 Vocabulary Save until next class

     

    Thurs/Fri Jan 21-22

    BW – What is the difference between a Physical & Chemical Change?

                Name an example of each.  Discuss with table neighbor or write on paper

    Review Video: Changes of State (4:35)

    Lesson:

    1. Compare Shape and Volume of Solids, Liquids and Gases

                Illustrate using Venn Diagram   

    Class demonstration with Beaker/Graduated Cylinder and Balloon

    1. Introduce: Endothermic and Exothermic

    Review States of Matter and Change of States of Matter with Diagram.

    Extra Credit if you add this as p3 of this week’s assignment!

    CW – Add Shape & Volume Venn Diagram to the bottom of Graphic Organizer p1

                Staple and Turn in today

    Graphic Organizer p1 of Ch 14 Sec 1 Vocabulary: Kinetic Theory, Gas, Liquid, Solid

    Word Map p2 of Ch 14 Sec 1 Vocabulary:  Melting, Freezing, Heat of Fusion, Condensation, Heat of Vaporization, Vaporization, Evaporation, Boiling Point, Sublimation

     

    Mon-Tues Jan 25-26 (Substitute Teacher)

    Ch 14 Section 2 – Properties of Fluids p441-443

    Pascal’s Principle & Pressure Silent Reading p441-443

                P = F/area

    CW 1 – Practice Problems p443: 8, 9, 10 Save paper

    Ch 14 Section 3 – Behavior of Gases p447-449

    Boyle’s Law – Volume and Pressure Silent Reading p447-449

              P1V1 = P2V2 or PiVi = PfVf

    CW 2 – Practice Problems p449: 20, 21 Add to other paper and save

     

    Wed-Thurs Jan 27-28

    Ch 14 Section 3 – Behavior of Gases p450-451

    Charles’s Law – Temperature and Volume

                V1/T1 = V2/T2 or Vi/Ti= Vf/Tf                Demo Example

    Video Review – Charles’ Law (6 min)

    CW 1 – Practice Problems p451: 22, 23 Add to yesterday’s work

    DVDDiscovery When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions     Ep 6 “A Home in Space” (1st ½)

    CW 2 – Make corrections to Practice Problems 8-10, 20-23 and turn in again

               

    Friday/Monday Jan 29/Feb 1

    CW 1Ch 14 Review WS Turn in today

    Extra Credit - Section 3 Review p451: 24-28 Turn in Today

                Hint for #25: Atmospheric Pressure at Sea Level = 101kPa

    DVDDiscovery When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions     Ep 6 “A Home in Space” (2nd ½)

    Prepare for Ch 14 Test next class.

     

    Tues-Wed Feb 2-3

    Return and Review Section 3 Review p451: 24-28

    Review Ch 14 Review WS

    Ch 14 Test = 30 points = 23 MC + 5 Completion + 1 Short Answer