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Kernersville Middle School

6th Grade Science, Teacher: Mrs. Edna Thompson, 1-26-11

ESSENTIAL QUESTION

(E.Q. – Classwork)

Can I prove the Law of Conservation of Energy?

HOMEWORK (H):

NONE

FEBRUARY

REMINDER!

4

8 more

school days!

2 WEDTest in 2 days

3 THU Test Tomorrow

4 FRITest Today

(Write a List – 5 minutes)

Write everything you know about the Law of Conservation of Energy?

(5 minutes)

What I think it is…

The friction from the carpet burned her skin.

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(5 minutes)

friction (n): the force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are touching each other

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(10 minutes)

Remember…make it interesting

(30-35 minutes)

CLASS PRESENTATIONS…

(20-40 minutes)

CREATE A VOCABULARY FOLDABLE:

Fold your paper in half – hotdog style

Cut the paper on the open end, in the center, stop about ½ way

Make two more cuts about halfway between the left edge center cut

Make your last cut between the center and halfway to the right edge

Fold each flap backward matching the edge of the paper

Turn over and flip the flaps on the other side

Tape the tops of the flap sides together

Refold

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(10 minutes)

Write the definition for each word on the bottom inside flap and examples on the top.

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WORD BANK: thermal energy

mechanical energy friction energy

potential energy kinetic energy

Law of Conservation of Energy

energy conversion

• LEARN SOMETHING NEW

• (10 minutes)

• ____________: The force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are touching each other.

• ____________: The ability to do work.

• ________________________: The energy an object has because of its position.

• ____________________: The energy of motion.

• _________________________: Change from one form of energy to another.

• ________________________________________: Energy cannot be created or destroyed, but only changed from one form into another.

• _____________________: Internal kinetic energy due to the random motion of particles that make up an object.

• _________________________: Total energy of motion and position of an object

friction

energy

potential energy

kinetic energy

energy conversion

Law of Conservation of Energy

thermal energy

mechanical energy

E.Q. Log

(3-5 minutes)

How would you prove the Law of Conservation of Energy?

(>/= 3-5 sentences)

CLASSROOM CAPTAINSCAPTAINS FOR 2 CLASSES = 3 TREATS

1st Paper– Sierra, Jose C. Assistant –Emily Books: Grant, Elethia Folders: Alec, Geordan

2nd Paper – Ethan, Sarah Assistant –Christian Books: Carson, William Folders: Joseph, Alex

3rd Paper– Alec, Emily Assistant – Benjamin Folders: Grant, Benjamin Cafeteria: Joseph, Geordan

4thTrash–12:15 Christian, Carson Assistant –All Paper: Will, Alex Folders: Ethan, Sarah