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Density

Ms. Smith

Mrs. Malone

Ms. Cedillo

Density

October 28, 2013

DO NOW:

October 28, 2013

TEKS: 6.8(A) Compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy

Get out your Gold Do Now sheet

Q: What is energy?

:


Density

Ms. Smith

Mrs. Malone

Ms. Cedillo

Chemical Changes

October 28, 2013

Homework and Reminders:

Tutorials:

Monday after school

Science Olympiad meets TODAY

KE and PE Quiz on Friday

:


Checklist

Checklist

  • Periodic Table Tile

  • Mystery Powders Lab

  • Density of Water Lab

  • Density? Diddy Did It.

  • Searching for Density

  • The Case of the Missing Labels

  • Measurement Practice Packet

  • Check progress report for any other missing work!


Density

Ms. Smith

Mrs. Malone

Ms. Cedillo

KE and PE

October 29, 2013

  • DO NOW:

  • October 29, 2013

  • TEKS: 6.8(A) Compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy

  • Pick up today’s exit ticket and pink HW sheet as you enter

  • Write this week’s HW in your agenda: KE/PE Reading and Questions – due Friday

  • Q: Can energy be made or destroyed? Explain!

:


Density

Ms. Smith

Mrs. Malone

Ms. Cedillo

KE and PE

October 29, 2013

Homework and Reminders:

Tutorials:

Mondays after school

Homework:

Turn in all make-up work!

Science Olympiad meets on Mondays after school

KE and PE Quiz on Friday

:


New unit energy

New Unit - Energy

  • Create a new Energy AHA Connections Visual Outline on pages 46 and 47

  • Turn your comp book sideways and create an Energy KWL chart on page 48

  • Create a new unit page for Energy on page 49 by writing the word “Energy” in the center of the page. Fill the remainder of the page with words and pictures that come to mind when you hear the word “Energy”


Potential and kinetic energy notes

Potential and Kinetic Energy Notes

  • www.ohenryscience6.weebly.com

  • Click on handouts

  • Click on the link Kinetic and Potential Energy Presentation and open it

  • Press F5 to make it full screen

  • Use the Powerpoint to complete your KE and PE notes in your CB


Ke and pe brainpop videos quiz

KE and PE – Brainpop Videos & Quiz

  • http://www.brainpop.com/science/energy/kineticenergy/

  • http://www.brainpop.com/science/energy/potentialenergy/


Density

Ms. Smith

Mrs. Malone

Ms. Cedillo

K.E. and P.E.

Oct. 30-31

Halloween!

DO NOW:

October 30-31, 2013

TEKS: 6.8(A) Compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy

Get out your comp book and open it to your Roller Coaster Lab

Q: What are some forms energy can take?

:


Density

Roller Coasters

  • Watch the roller coaster from: http://www.funderstanding.com/coaster

  • Answer the following questions:

    • Why didn’t the roller coaster make it all the way through at first?

    • What could you change to make it work? (include all possibilities).

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Density

Roller Coaster Project

  • Challenge: design and create a roller coaster that lets the marble travel all the way through.

  • Requirements:

    • Marble must land in the cup at the end of the roller coaster

    • Have at least 1 hill and 1 loop

    • Include a diagram with PE and KE labeled

    • Record the length of the roller coaster, time it takes for the marble to go through it, mass of the marble, and height of the first hill

    • Calculate speed of the marble, and potential energy using formulas.

    • Conduct 5 trials

    • Answer the conclusion questions

    • Create a poster showing your design and how you have applied your understanding of potential and kinetic energy


Diamondback

Diamondback

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jBriOMZhy4&feature=related


Takabisha

Takabisha

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=M9Vy_YzhwHE


Density

Roller Coaster Project

  • Challenge: design and create a roller coaster that lets the marble travel all the way through.

  • Requirements:

    • Marble must land in the cup at the end of the roller coaster

    • Have at least 1 hill and 1 loop

    • Include a diagram with PE and KE labeled

    • Record the length of the roller coaster, time it takes for the marble to go through it, mass of the marble, and height of the first hill

    • Calculate speed of the marble, and potential energy using formulas.

    • Conduct 5 trials

    • Answer the conclusion questions

    • Create a poster showing your design and how you have applied your understanding of potential and kinetic energy


Density

Ms. Smith

Mrs. Malone

Ms. Cedillo

K.E. and P.E.

November 1, 2013

DO NOW:

November 1, 2013

TEKS: 6.8(A) Compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy

Sharpen your pencil BEFORE the tardy bell rings

Turn in PE and KE homework.

Q: Compare and contrast potential energy and kinetic energy.

Review “Vocabulary for Quiz 10” for today’s quiz.

:


Roller coaster physics

Roller Coaster Physics

phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/energy-skte-park


Density

Forces on a Roller Coaster

  • Friction

  • Gravity

- due to surfaces touching

- the frictional force on the roller coaster is between the track and the marble.

- Air resistance may also be included here

This arrow represents friction. It is pushing against the movement of the roller coaster.

- due to the pull of gravity to the center of the Earth.

- the gravitational force pulls the marble down

  • Be prepared to draw arrows representing friction and gravity on your roller coaster poster

This arrow represents gravity. It is pushing down on the roller coaster.

What forces are acting on the roller coaster that might affect its speed?


Density

A

C

B

D

Representing K.E. and P.E.

At point A, a bar graph for PE and KE would look like this:

What would a bar graph look like for points B, C and D?

  • Be prepared to label important areas for PE and KE on your roller coaster poster.

  • Use a bar graph to represent potential energy (PE) and kinetic energy (KE) at different places on the roller coaster.


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