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9 th grade Science . 2 nd Quarter Physics. TOPIC: Physics DO: Pre-test Over the objectives 2 slides of notes Practice with the timers—Toys R Us LEVEL: knowledge. QUESTION: What does precise mean? ANSWER: Exact and accurate Collect:. Monday 10-15-2012. Welcome Back. TOPIC:

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### 2nd QuarterPhysics

• TOPIC:

• Physics

DO:

Pre-test

Over the objectives

2 slides of notes

Practice with the timers—Toys R Us

• LEVEL:

• knowledge

• QUESTION:

• What does precise mean?

• Exact and accurate

• Collect:

Monday 10-15-2012

Welcome Back

• TOPIC:

• Physics, CPO Timers

DO:

Describe how a photo-gate timer works

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• What is the resolution of the CPO Timer?

• 0.0001 sec

• Collect:

Tuesday 10-16-2012

• TOPIC:

• Timers

• Scientific Method

DO:

Describe how photo-gate timer works

Scientific Method lab- Bubble lab

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• What starts and stops the A photo-gate?

• When the beam is broken it starts the timer and when the beam is unbroken it stops the timer.

• Collect:

Quiz tomorrow

Over the photo-gate timer

Wednesday 10-17-2012

• TOPIC:

• Scientific Method

DO:

1. Toys R Us Quiz

2. Develop a lab to support your hypothesis ,which is a better bubble solution

• LEVEL:

• create

• QUESTION:

• The smallest amount that can be measured by an instrument is known as _______

• Resolution

• Collect:

• Toys R Us lab

Thursday 10-18-2012

• TOPIC:

• Scientific Method

DO:

2. Measure the diameter of the Experimental group in the Bubble Lab

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• How do you calculate the average of the Control group bubble size.

• Add all 5 numbers to get the sum. Sum/5 to get the average.

• Collect:

Friday 10-19-2012

• TOPIC:

• Scientific Method

DO: Last day to Measure the diameter of the Experimental group in the Bubble Lab

Calculate Average for each bubble solution

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• What is the Controlled Variable?

• Miracle Bubbles (store bought bubbles)

• Collect:

• Warm-ups

Monday 10-22-2012

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• TOPIC:

• Scientific Method

DO:

Calculate the class average for each bubble solution

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• How do you calculate the class average for each bubble solution?

• Add all 16 number to get the sum. Sum/16=class average

• Collect:

Tuesday 10-23-2012

• TOPIC:

• Scientific Method

DO:

Last day of class time to complete the Bubble Lab Due : Tomorrow 50 pts

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• What are the three specific independent variables in this investigation?

• Ajax

• Ulta

• Joy

• Collect:

Wednesday 10-23-2012

• TOPIC:

• Graphing

DO:

Apply your knowledge on graphing through a paper simulation

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• I.V. goes on the ___axis

• D.V. goes on the ____ axis

• X

• Y

• Collect:

• Bubble lab worth 50 pts

Thursday 10-25-2012

• TOPIC:

• Physic/Speed

DO:

Whiteboard what you think speed is

Notes

Speed Lab

• LEVEL:

• Knowledge to Application

• QUESTION:

• What is speed and how do you measure it? (Whiteboard the answer with your table) You have 5 mins

• Collect:

Friday 10-26-2012

• QUESTION:

• Collect:

Absent Sub Day

Monday 10-29-2012

• TOPIC:

• Speed

DO:

Calculate speed of a car using ramps “Speed Lab”

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

• What is the formula for speed?

• V=d/t

• Collect:

Tuesday 10-30-2012

• TOPIC:

• Speed

DO:

• Review Speed Lab

• Speed problems

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• Can 100 and 254 be the same speed?

• Yes, they can have the same distance and time BUT the units are different

• Collect:

• Speed Lab

Happy Halloween

Quiz tomorrow over speed

Wednesday 10-31-2012

• TOPIC:

• Speed

DO:

• Review Speed problems

• Quiz

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• When solving a speed problem: What must be included after each number?

• Units

• Collect:

Thursday 11-01-2012

• TOPIC:

• Failure prevention

DO:

Take Speed Quiz

Turn any missing assignments in

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• Collect:

Friday 11-02-2012

Warm-ups due Monday

• TOPIC:

• Hot Cars cool Models

DO:

Calculate how long it takes you car to get to different points on the ramp.

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• Independent Variable:

• The variable you Change or the one you measure

• The variable you change

• Collect:

• Warm-ups

Monday 11-05-2012

• TOPIC:

• Hot Cars & Cool Models

DO:

Graph the Distance and Time from A to B

Predict the speed at 35 cm

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

• Why do you think it has a higher speed at 20 cm compare to 80 cm?

• There is a longer length between the photo-gates

• Collect:

Tuesday 11-06-2012

• TOPIC:

• Hot Cars & Cool Models

DO:

Finish Lab

Prediction of speed vs actual speed

Comparing graphs

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

• What is the relationship of your graph?

• Positive, negative or no relationship

• Positive relationship

• Collect:

Wednesday11-07-2012

Hot Cars & cool models

due: Tomorrow worth 40 pts

• TOPIC:

• Hot Cars and Cool Models Review

DO:

• White board different types of Models and how it relates to NACAR and define your graph

• Review Hot cars and Cool Models

2. LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• What are the two variables on your graph?

• Distance and Time

• Collect:

Thursday 11-08-2012

• 2. Draw and label the two variables on your graph.

• What does the slope of the line represent

Whiteboard the following

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Speed and Acceleration

DO:

Quiz over Types of Models and interpreting graphs

Notes on Acceleration

Begin Acceleration Lab

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• Which term is the name for a collection of information or idea's about a topic?

• Mental, Physical or Graphical Model

• Mental Model

• Collect:

• Hot Cars and Cool Model Lab

Friday 11-09-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCARAcceleration

DO:

Faster… Faster…Faster…

Acceleration Lab

• LEVEL:

• Knowledge

• ->Application

• QUESTION:

• What is the mathematical formula for Acceleration?

• a= V2-V1

• T2-T1

• Collect:

Tuesday 11-13-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCARAcceleration

DO:

2. Notes on Free fall

3. Finish Faster..Faster..

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

• How many units does speed and Acceleration have?

• Speed = 2 units

• Acceleration = 3 units

• Collect:

Wednesday 11-14-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Speed and acceleration calculation

DO:

Calculate speed and acceleration problems

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

• The slope of the line on a Speed and Time graph is _____

• Acceleration

• Collect:

• Faster… Faster…

Thursday 11-15-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Speed and acceleration calculation

DO:

Check grades and pass out failing progress reports

• Go over speed problems

• Finish all speed and acceleration problems

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• V1 stands for__

• V2 stands for__

• V1=initial speed

• V2= final speed

• Due Monday:

• warm-ups and Speed/Acceleration problems

Friday 11-16-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Acceleration

DO:

• Collect warm-ups

• Grade /white board acceleration problems

• Begin Acceleration Quiz

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

• 45m/s – 85m/s

4.5 sec

• -8.89 m/s2

• Collect:

• Daily Topic warm-ups

Monday -19-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCARacceleration

DO:

1.Show mastery on how to solve for acceleration

2. Bubble gum lab

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

What is the formula for speed?

• V=d/t

• Collect:

Tuesday 11-20

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Bubble Gum Physics

DO:

Determine how fast you can chomp gum at different intervals.

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

• Formula for acceleration:

• A=V2-V1

Time

• Collect:

• Bubble gum lab

Wednesday 11-21-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Slope

DO:

• Pass back papers look at your grade for the class as of today

• Slope makes it simple Due: tomorrow when you walk in

• LEVEL:

• application

• QUESTION:

What does the line represent on a Speed vs Time Graph

• Acceleration

• Collect:

Monday 11-26-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Newton’s first law of motion

DO:

• Notes on 1st law of motion

• Watch “Understanding car crashes”

• LEVEL:

• Knowledge->Application

• QUESTION:

• What happens to your body when you stop quickly with the car?

• Moves Forward

• Collect:

• Slope Makes Simple

Tuesday 11-27-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Newton’s 1st law of Motion “Inertia

DO:

Watch Understanding car crashes

Demonstrate and investigate the Law of Inertia “1st law of Motion” Through Inertia Crash Dummies.

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• Define Newton’s first law of Motion.

• An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force OR an object in motion will continue with constant speed and direction, unless acted on by an unbalanced force.

• Collect:

Wednesday 11-26-2012

2 during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCARnd hour only

• TOPIC:

• Newton’s Law of Motion

DO:

Concept review page 63 Questions 1-16

• LEVEL:

• Knowledge

• QUESTION:

• Define Force and name two forces that are exerted onto your body right now.

• A push , a pull, or any action that has the ability to change motion.

• Collect:

• 2nd hour only : Set I –IV page 62

Wednesday 11-28-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Law of Inertia “1st law of Motion”

DO:

Demonstrate and investigate

the Law of Inertia “1st law of Motion”

Through Inertia Crash Dummies.

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• Which has more inertia a

• Semi or corvette

• Semi

• Collect:

Thursday 11-29-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Law of Inertia

DO:

Read Chapter 3.1 page 45-51 Force, Mass and Acceleration and fill in the blanks 1-14

Due: Monday

• LEVEL:

• knowledge

• QUESTION:

• What is the relationship between Speed and distance the dummy threw.

• The higher the speed the longer the distance of the dummy being thrown.

• Collect:

Warm-ups due: Monday

Friday 11-30-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Force and motion

DO:

Appeal Forms

• Begin Force, Mass and Acceleration Lab

• LEVEL:

• Knowledge -> Application

• QUESTION:

• What is the equation for solving Force.

• F=ma

• Collect:

• Warm-ups

Monday12-3-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Force

DO:

Force, Mass and Acceleration

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• What astronomer stated the Earth was in the Center of the Universe?

• Ptolemy or Galileo

• Ptolemy

• Collect:

• Force and Motion Notes

Wednesday 11-05-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Newton’s 2nd law

• Force = ma

DO:

Demonstrate the formula Force=mass times acceleration

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• Which astronomer proved that the Sun was in the center?

Ptolemy or Galileo

• Galileo

• Collect:

Thursday 12-06-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

DO:

• LEVEL:

• QUESTION:

• Collect:

-2012

• Newton’s 2 during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCARnd law

• Force = ma

DO:

Finish Lab, switch tables and compare graphs

Answer all questions to the lab

• LEVEL:

• Application

• QUESTION:

• What is the stage called that our Star (Sun) will end its life?

• Black Dwarf

• Collect:

Friday 12-07-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Newton’s 2nd law

DO:

1. White board graphs

2. Finish lab

3. Force worksheet

LEVEL:

application

• QUESTION:

• Spheres of gas that produce energy by Nuclear reaction Changes hydrogen into helium is known as ….

• Fusion

• Collect:

• 3.1 Force, mass and acceleration lab

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Newton’s second and third law

DO:

1. Review 3.1 lab

2. Skill sheet 3-A Newton’s 2nd law an third law

LEVEL:

KnowledgeApplication

• QUESTION:

• The acceleration of an object is directly related to the force on an

• Object, and inversely related to the mass of an object.

• A=f/m

• Collect:

• 3.1 Force, mass and acceleration

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Physics

DO:

Review all physics object through Practice… Practice

• LEVEL:

• KnowledgeApplication

• QUESTION:

• The resolution of the CPO timer?

• .0001 sec

• Collect:

12-12-2012

• TOPIC during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR:

• Physics

DO:

• Jeopardy Review

• LEVEL:

• knowledge

• QUESTION:

• The quantity of time that passes between the start and stop of the timer is called

• Speed or time interval

• Time interval

• Collect:

• Practice worth 50 pts

12-13-2012 Thursday

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

• Physics

DO:

• Unit Test

• LEVEL:

• Mastery

• QUESTION:

Anything that can be changed in an experiment is called:Variable or Changeable

• Variable

• Collect:

12-14-2012 Friday Warm-ups are due: Monday

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

DO:

• LEVEL:

• QUESTION:

• Collect:

-2012

• TOPIC: during Hot Cars and Cool Models and compare it to NASCAR

DO:

• LEVEL:

• QUESTION: