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Unit 1, Day 9 – Power HW Due: Conversion of Energy

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Unit 1, Day 9 – PowerHW Due: Conversion of Energy

- Announcements (5 min)
- Homework Quiz (10 min)
- Reflection on Friday’s HW Quiz (3 min)
- Whiteboard Review Today’s HW Quiz (20 min)
- Update Learning Log (2 min)
- Video Activity (5 min)
- Intro Activity (10 min)
- Booklet Notes for Class Topic (5 min)
- Update Learning Log (2 min)
- Break (5 min)
- Calendar Overview (10 min)
- Homework Reminder (2 min)
- Project Work Time (33 min)

- Field Trip on Friday 2/7
- Wear long pants while cleaning up
- Must return on the bus to DVD

- 2 Forms
- No Calculator
- 10 minutes

- Based on your score, does this change any ofyour numbers in your learning log (2/3 or 2/4)?
- Knowledge Targets: #13
- 5: No Idea
- 6: Heard it before
- 7: Recall definition
- 8: Recall definition & simple calculations
- 9: Total beast

- Whiteboards

- What are the types of mechanical energy?
- What is the definition of potential energy?
- What is the definition of kinetic energy?
- What are the types of non-mechanical energy?
- ___________ is the same as sound energy.
- ___________ is the same as heat energy.
- ___________ is the same as food energy.
- ___________ is the same as sun energy.
- ___________ is an example of energy found in lightning.

- What is the definition of conservation of energy?
- What is the definition of conversion of energy?
- When we eat food, we convert ____________ energy into ____________ energy.
- A car converts the ____________ energy in fuel into ____________ energy.
- A microphone converts ____________ energy into ____________ energy.
- A toaster converts ____________ energy into ____________ energy.

- Wind turbines convert ____________ energy into ____________ energy.
- Solar panels convert ____________ energy into ____________ energy for electronics.
- Solar panels use ____________ energy to warm water or air.
- The sun gets its energy from ____________ reactions.
- Photosynthesis converts ____________ energy into ____________ energy.
- Humans convert ____________ energy from plants into ____________ energy.

- Water at rest high up is a type of ____________ energy.
- When water falls, it is a type of ____________ energy.
- By turning a generator, the water’s energy is converted into ____________ energy.
- This type of alternative energy is called ____________ energy.

- Knowledge Targets: #14, #15
- Reasoning Targets: I
- 5: No Idea
- 6: Heard it before
- 7: Recall definition
- 8: Recall definition & simple calculations
- 9: Total beast

- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6y2RPQw7E0
- Answer the following questions during the video:
- ________ work is the energy being put into a system
- ________ work is the energy being transferred out
- What are the units for work and energy? _________
- What is the equation for work? ___ = ____ x ____
- The force you need to use to pull up the clock cylinders is equal to their _________.

- Answer the following questions during the video:
- If the cylinders weigh 300N and you lift them 0.5 meters, what is the work you do? ___________
- __________ is the rate at which energy is transferred.
- What is the unit for power? __________
- What is the equation for power? Power =
- If it takes 60 seconds to lift the weight (150J of work), what is the power the person uses? ____________

- Squat Activity!
- Record the following:
- The distance from the ground to your knee: _________ cm
- Convert to meters: _________ m

- The number of squats you do in 30 seconds: _________

- The distance from the ground to your knee: _________ cm

your knee to your waist!

- What is the work done by you moving up?
- Assume for females that force is 400N
- Assume for males that force is 500N

- What is the power you use moving up?

- Knowledge Targets: #16
- Reasoning Targets: J
- 5: No Idea
- 6: Heard it before
- 7: Recall definition
- 8: Recall definition & simple calculations
- 9: Total beast

- Class 1: 2/3 or 2/4 Topic = Power, Project = Building
- Class 2: 2/5 or 2/6 Topic = Review, Project = Building & Speech
- Field Trip on Friday, 2/7
- Class 3: 2/10 or 2/11 Topic = Review, Project = Building & Speech
- Class 4: 2/12 or 2/13 Unit One Exam
- No School on Friday, 2/14
- No School on Monday, 2/17
- Class 5: 2/18 or 2/19 Project Presentations

- Watch “Unit One Review, Part One” Video
- Continue Working on Rube Goldberg

- Each ticket will get you a certain amount of a material
- You cannot get multiple of the same materials
- Paper is unlimited

- Recall Specifications
- Only Step 1 has human interaction
- One object rises to max of 2 feet
- A different object falls to min of 0 feet
- 8 Steps minimum. A step: Cause Effect
- 30 seconds to 5 minutes

- Everyone should be participating
- Your topic must be seen throughout the RG, and you must justify how your “final step” or “ultimate task” is related to your topic.