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Warm up 1/23/13. Warm up NO Warm-ups this week. Classroom activities: 6 th ad 7 th period: typing experiment report WED and Friday If complete with experimental report…. Work time on book assignments, make study for any make up tests, read for science articles. Physical Science 1/16/13.

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  1. Warm up 1/23/13 • Warm up • NO Warm-ups this week. Classroom activities: 6th ad 7th period: typing experiment report WED and Friday If complete with experimental report…. Work time on book assignments, make study for any make up tests, read for science articles.

  2. Physical Science 1/16/13 Classroom activities: Warm up QUIZ Book assignments THURSDAY/ FRIDAY: Typing experiment report • Warm up: • At which point does the pendulum ball have the most G.P.E.?

  3. Physical Science 1/15/13 Classroom activities: Warm up Review activity (groups create review questions) If time: Book assignments/ discussion / video WED: Quiz ( Newton’s laws, KE, GPE) • Warm up: • What is the formula for kinetic energy? • How much does the kinetic energy change if you double the velocity?

  4. Review Activity • Your group will be given a topic. For the topic: • --Define/explain what it means • --Demonstrate the concept with pictures/ examples on the board • --Create a review question for the class to answer and formulate the correct answer.

  5. Physical Science 1/11/13 Classroom activities: Warm up Presentations Book assignments/ discussion / video Tuesday: Groups will make decisions on experiment plans • Warm up: What is the difference between positive and negative “G forces”?

  6. Physical Science 1/08/13 Classroom activities: Warm up Presentations Book assignments/ discussion / video Tuesday: Groups will make decisions on experiment plans • Warm up: • At what point on a roller coaster do the riders have the most gravitational potential energy? • At what point do they have the most kinetic energy?

  7. Physical Science 1/07/13 • Warm up: • What is the difference between kinetic energy and potential energy? Classroom activities: Warm up Presentations Book assignments/ discussion / video Tuesday: Groups will make decisions on experiment plans

  8. 12/13/12 Classroom activities: Warm up Quiz Thank you celebration • Warm up: • What is one thing that you are looking forward during this upcoming break?

  9. 12/12 Physical Science Classroom activities: Warm up Review activity Study guide • Warm up: • At which point does the pendulum ball have the most kinetic energy? • At which point does it have the most potential energy? Starts here

  10. 12/11 Physical Science Classroom activities: Warm up Video: Physics concepts (KE) Practice problems assignment • Warm up: • When an object falls what happens to the following kinds of energy as the object gets closer to the ground? (increase/decrease) • Potential Energy • Kinetic Energy

  11. 12/10 Physical Science Classroom activities: Warm up Progress check mini-quiz Science Inquiry experiment data collection Notes: Laws of motion / Energy Video: Roller coaster physics section 2+ worksheet + notes • Warm up: • How does Newton’s 1st law explain the negative G forces that you experience when you go over a hill on a roller coaster?

  12. Progress check mini-quiz • 1.) Newton’s first law states that an object in motion……. • 2.) Newton’s second law states that Force=_____. • 3.) Newton’s third law states that for every…… • 4.) What is kinetic energy? • 5.) What is potential energy? • 6.) Explain how riding a roller coaster can demonstrate one of Newton’s laws of motion. ( 2.9975 bonus points if you can explain all three laws.)

  13. 12/06 Physical Science Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment data collection Video: Roller coaster physics + worksheet • Warm up: • Describe an example of a situation that demonstrates one of Newton’s laws motion.

  14. 12/05 Physical Science Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment data collection Science Article Presentations Notes: Newton’s laws Assignment: Newton’s laws • Warm up: • When you graph your results, which measurement is the dependent variable? • Which measurement is the independent variable?

  15. 12/04 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment data collection Science Article Presentations • Warm up: • Write the formula used to calculate the percentage of seeds that germinate.

  16. Science Article Presentations Each group will present the following information about their assigned article: (25 points) 1.) Date and Location of the Story/Research 2.) Description of the discovery 3.) Description of methods used to make the discovery 4.) Importance of the the findings 5.) What does your group think the “next step” should be if the scientists were to continue research. • A.) Gravity of Glacial Melt • B.)Small and Efficient : Water Nanodroplets… • C.)Man’s Best Friend: Common Canine virus… • D.)Could Mistletoe give the Kiss of Death to Cancer? • E.) Oregon scientists make embryos with 2 women, 1 man • F.)More Solid Measure of Melting in Polar Ice Sheets…. • G.)Active Lifestyle Boosts Brain Structure…. • H.)Human Disturbances Keep Elk on High Alert…

  17. 11/29 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment data collection Science OAKS TESTING • Warm up: NO WARM UP TODAY • Pick up your experiment packet and collect data

  18. 11/28 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment data collection Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -writing research • Warm up: (earth science review) • Describe and illustrate three forms of stress that deform the Earth’s crust during earthquakes. • See page 13 in “Dynamic Earth”

  19. 11/27 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups make observations -clean up round 1 -groups set up round 2 If you are done observing and other groups are still working….work on your reading work sample. Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -writing research • Warm up: (earth science review) • What is the best hypothesis that explains why continents move? • page 68 in “Dynamic Earth”

  20. Vocabulary • Divergent boundaries • Convergent boundaries • Subduction • Continental drift

  21. Physical Science 11/26 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups make observations -clean up round 1 -groups set up round 2 If you are done observing and other groups are still working….work on your reading work sample. Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -writing research • Warm up: • Which samples displayed growth? • What is a change that you think needs to be made to the experiment for round 2?

  22. Physical Science 11/21 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups set up experiment station -groups make observations If you are done observing and other groups are still working….work on your reading work sample. Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -writing research • Warm up: • Which samples displayed growth? • What is a change that you think needs to be made to the experiment for round 2?

  23. Physical Science 11/20 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups set up experiment station -groups make observations If you are done observing and other groups are still working….work on your reading work sample. Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -writing research • Warm up: • Which samples displayed growth? • Were there any general observations that you noticed in the various groups of seeds?

  24. Physical Science 11/19 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups set up experiment station -groups make observations If you are done observing and other groups are still working….work on your reading work sample. Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -discussion / short notes • Warm up: (quiz) 1.) Which type of seed did your group use? 2.)Which salt solutions did you choose? 3.)How much soil did you put in each pot?

  25. Physical Science 11/16 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups choose variables -groups brainstorm procedures to measure and control variables. -groups design procedures -groups set up experiment station -groups make observations If you are done observing and other groups are still working….work on your reading work sample. Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -discussion / short notes • Warm up: • Why is it important to document any changes to the original procedure?

  26. Sunflower seeds Millet Wheat grass seed Milo

  27. Physical Science 11/15 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups choose variables -groups brainstorm procedures to measure and control variables. -groups design procedures -groups set up experiment station -groups make observations If you are done observing and other groups are still working….work on your reading work sample. Review of concepts for Science OAKS -practice Q’s -discussion / short notes • Warm up: • Why is it important to complete more than one trial during an experiment?

  28. Physical Science 11/14 Classroom activities: Warm up Science Inquiry experiment -groups choose variables -groups brainstorm procedures to measure and control variables. -groups design procedures -groups set up experiment station Work time: any additional time will be used to work on reading work samples • Warm up: • Which variables are you going to control (keep constant) in your experiment?

  29. Physical Science 11/13 Classroom activities: Warm up Observation/Reflection of sugar crystal lab -write a reflection (due today): Introduction to Science Inquiry experiment -groups choose variables -groups brainstorm procedures to measure and control variables. Work time: any additional time will be used to work on reading work samples • Warm up: • What is the most difficult part to complete when writing a research paper?

  30. Physical Science 11/13 • Sugar Crystal lab reflection: Describe the results of your group’s crystal lab. -describe the amount of crystal formation using qualitative descriptions. -explain which measurements could be used to form quantitative measurements. • Which variable do you think you could change to cause more crystals to form? (or form faster) • Use scientific reasoning to explain why the proposed change in the variable would cause increased crystal formation.

  31. Physical Science 10/26 –11/7 Classroom activities: Writing research paper (due 11/7/12) • Warm up: • No warm up today

  32. Physical Science 10/25/12 Today’s activities: Warm up -Video/Quiz: Citing sources • Warm up: • How do you know when to include a citation in a research paper?

  33. When to Cite a Source • You should use evidence (citations) any time you make a claim that is not based on a well-known fact or common knowledge. • You make a claim that could be challenged. • You quote somebody. • You make a specific claim that is not common knowledge. • You paraphrase information from a source (give the meaning but change the wording). • Offer an authoritative (expert) opinion. • You got an idea from somebody else, even through email or conversation. • Examples of Claims You Should Support • Hot water can freeze faster than cold water. • Poodles are friendlier than Dalmatians. • American Chestnut trees are nearly extinct. • Eating while driving is more dangerous than talking on the cell phone while driving. • Thomas Edison invented a vote counter. • When You Don't Need to Cite a Source • Examples of Common Knowledge or Well-Known Facts • Common knowledge is basically a fact that practically everyone knows, like the fact that George Washington was a U.S. president. • Bears hibernate in the winter. • Fresh water freezes at 32 degrees F. • Many trees shed their leaves in the fall. • A well-know fact is something that many people know, but it is also something that a reader could look up easily if he/she didn't know. • It's best to plant flowers in the early spring. • Holland is famous for its tulips. • Canada has a multilingual population.

  34. Physical Science 10/24/12 Today’s activities: Review topic sentences/ thesis statements. -Video/Quiz: How to organize an essay -Make blank “skeleton” map/outline that can be filled in later. Using source materials: videos/quizzes -Research time for sources • Warm up: • What are the characteristics of a successful topic sentence?

  35. Finding Reliable Sources • Write the following information in the “notes” section of your writing journal: • Choose a textbook to use as a non-electronic source. Make a citation for the textbook • Find at least 4 reliable online sources • Write the complete APA citation • Write a short summary or list of useful facts that can be found at that source.

  36. Physical Science 10/23/12 Today’s activities: Begin writing work sample instruction -Requirements -Video/Quiz: Topic sentence/ Thesis statement -Write sample topic sentence -Video/Quiz: How to organize an essay -Make blank “skeleton” map/outline that can be filled in later. Using source materials: videos/quizzes Tuesday : Using source materials: videos/quizzes Research time for sources • Warm up: • List 5 skills that are important for obtaining and keeping a desirable job. (make your best guess..there is no answer in your textbook)

  37. Workplace Skills • Employers who participated in The Conference Board's Turning Skills into Profitstudy of 25 workplace education programs across the United States identified the following as key Workplace Basic Skills: • Literacy Skills • improved understanding and ability to use ‘documents’ such as safety instructions, assembly directions or map • improved understanding and ability to use ‘numbers’ by themselves or in charts and tables • improved understanding and ability to use ‘prose writing’ such as reports, letters and manuals • Other Basic Skills • improved ability to listen to understand, learn and apply information and analysis • better ability to communicate by using English in the workplace • improved capacity to think critically and act logically to evaluate situations, solve problems, and make decisions • improved ability to use computers and other technology, instruments, tools and information systems effectively • New Attitudes • greater willingness and ability to learn for life • more positive attitude toward change • Working with Others • better ability to build and work in teams • improved understanding and willingness to work within the culture of the group • For more information on Workplace Basic Skills identified in The Conference Board's report, seeTurning Skills into Profit (PDF, 79.57 KB)

  38. Physical Science 10/22/12 Today’s activities: STUDY GUIDE due TODAY!! QUIZ 10/19: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Reading: Review notes for atomic history, structure and bonding.. • Warm up:What topic during this unit was the easiest to understand and the hardest?

  39. Physical Science 10/19/12 Today’s activities: Review for quiz : QUIZ MONDAY! STUDY GUIDE due MONDAY!! 10/18: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Covalent bonding worksheet due Wednesday 10-17-12 Polar and Metallic bonding. Reading: Review notes for atomic history, structure and bonding. warm-up quiz over the reading Tomorrow. • Warm up:What is the main difference between ionic and covalent bonds?

  40. Physical Science 10/18/12 Today’s activities: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Covalent bonding worksheet due Wednesday 10-17-12 Polar and Metallic bonding. Reading: Review notes for atomic history, structure and bonding. warm-up quiz over the reading Tomorrow. • Warm up: How can you change the physical characteristics of a metal alloy?

  41. Physical Science 10/17/12 Today’s activities: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Covalent bonding worksheet due Wednesday 10-17-12 Polar and Metallic bonding. Reading 176-181 warm-up quiz over the reading Tomorrow. • Warm up: What is a mixture of two or more metals called?

  42. Physical Science 10/16/12 Today’s activities: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Ionic and Covalent bonding worksheet due Wednesday 10-17-12 Reading 176-181 warm-up quiz over the reading Tomorrow. • Warm up: What attractions hold atoms together in covalent bonds?

  43. Physical Science P.6 10/15/12 Today’s activities: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Ionic and Covalent bonding worksheet due Tuesday 10-16-12 Reading 165-169 warm-up quiz over the reading Tomorrow. • Warm up: Describe a Electron dot diagram and what the dots represent.

  44. Physical Science 10/15/12 Today’s activities: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Ionic and Covalent bonding worksheet due Tuesday 10-16-12 Reading 165-169 New warm-up quiz over the reading Tomorrow. • Warm up: How many valence electrons does Oxygen have and will it tend to gain or lose electrons in a ionic bond?

  45. Physical Science 10/11/12 Today’s activities: Warm up Atomic structure and bonding. Ionic and Covalent bonding worksheet due Monday 10-15-12 Reading 158-161 New warm-up quiz over the reading Monday. • Warm up: Name the 3 types atomic bonding.

  46. Physical Science 10/10/12 Today’s activities: Warm up Review ionic bonds. Start covalent bonds Ionic and covalent bond worksheet. • Warm up: • What is the electron dot structure for Oxygen and will it gain or lose electrons in a ionic bond?