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Physical Science Do Now 8/19/10. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things teachers do to make a class great →agenda, notebook, paper, pencil, open mind! Rules/Procedures/Syllabus Notebook Expectations

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    1. Physical ScienceDo Now 8/19/10 Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things teachers do to make a class great →agenda, notebook, paper, pencil, open mind! Rules/Procedures/Syllabus Notebook Expectations One-One-Two Minute Partner Share Demonstrations- Thinking Like a Scientist Bottle Demo Textbook Features & Procedures HW- Get your Syllabus/Rules & Expectations Signed

    2. Do Now 8/20/10 For each of the devices above: 1. indicate whether it measures distance, time, or speed. 2. indicate which of the following units are possible for Time, distance, or speed: meters (m), seconds (s), or meters per second (m/s).

    3. Daily Plan 8/20/10 Textbook Introduction- Features & Procedures Reading Fold-Notes: Measuring Motion p. 365 Distance Displacement Time Average Speed Instantaneous Speed Velocity Acceleration Key Ideas: Section 1 p. 365

    4. Do Now 08/23/10 Copy and Complete! Understanding Scientific Variables VariableVariableSI UnitSI Unit name symbolnamesymbol Distance Time Speed Velocity Acceleration

    5. Daily Plan 8/23/10 Finish Trifold “Measuring Motion” Speed, Distance, & Time calculations Get Formula Sheet Learn the “Egg” Speed Calculations → paper, pencil, calculator, Friday’s tri-fold notes

    6. Physical ScienceDo Now 8/24/10 →Yesterday’s work “Calculating Distance & Time”, Formula Sheet (Reference Sheet), calculator, pencil • Finish Time/Distance/Speed Calculations • Lab: “Speed Challenge”

    7. Physical ScienceDo Now 8/25/10 • If it is 800 miles from Brunswick to Philadelphia and you can average 65 mi/hr, how long will it take to drive from Brunswick to Philadelphia? Show all work! • Take Note: Notebook Quiz Tomorrow! Pretest Friday! →Formula Sheet, calculator, Speed Lab sheet (HW) • Lesson: Frames of Reference • Lesson & Practice: Distance/Time Graphs • Olympic Speed & Acceleration Videos: “Banking on Speed” & “Downhill Science”

    8. Physical ScienceDo Now 8/26/10 Prepare for Notebook Quiz →All notes in order by date; calculator; Reference Sheet, notes from 8/25 (yesterday) “Motion” • Notebook Quiz • Finish Distance-Time Graph Stories (20 minutes) • Lesson & Practice: Acceleration (30 minutes) • Big Review: Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration Problems (25 minutes) • Pretest Tomorrow • Quiz Monday- Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration

    9. Physical ScienceDo Now 8/27/10 Show all work! Round correctly! →Calculator; Reference Sheet; pencil • Physical Science Pre-test • Big Review: Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration Problems • Quiz Monday- Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration

    10. Physical Science Do Now 8/30/10 • A whale has to swim 2000 kilometers from coastal Georgia to waters off the coast of Canada. It can swim 84 kilometers/day. How long will it take to get from Georgia to Canada? • An airplane is landing. Its velocity is 40.75 meters/second when its wheels first touch the ground, and it takes 15 seconds to stop after it lands. How fast did it decelerate? → Accel. Word Problems (8/26), Speed, Distance, Time, & Accel. Problems (8/27), Formula Sheet, pencil, calculator • Finish Big Review: Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration Problems • Quiz Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration

    11. Physical ScienceDaily Plan 8/31/10 • Get YOUR book (=seat number), turn to p. 389, and write brief definition or equation (a.k.a. formula) for each of the 10 Key Terms (in the yellow section). Look on p. 389 for most of them! 15 MINUTES! • Pick up a crossword puzzle and begin working on it. →pencil, paper (for lab data collection) • Video Notes- Newton’s 1st & 2nd Laws of Motion • Friction Lab p. 386-387

    12. Physical ScienceDo Now 9/1/10 2. In which illustration is it likely that no motion will occur? 1. Look at the following illustrations, and identify the forces and motion in each one. →Formula sheet, crossword 8/30, paper

    13. Physical ScienceDaily Plan 9/1/10 • “Our” ppt & notes, Newton’s 1st & 2nd laws • Table cloth demo • Problems that use Newtons’ 2nd Law of Motion • Concept Review 1st & 2nd laws (include Orbit lesson for #3)

    14. Do Now 9/2/10 1. If a rocket engine pushes with 9,000 N of force on a 2 kg rocket, how fast will it accelerate? SHOW ALL WORK! →Formula Sheet, Concept Review sheet (9/1), Notes Newton’s Laws of Motion (9/1) • Go Over Homework: Concept Review Newton’s 1st & 2nd Laws of Motion • #3- Quick Lesson on “Orbit & Newton’s Laws” • Pop quiz- Calculations using Newton’s 2nd law • Penny-in-a-Cup Lab • Quick Lesson: Newton’s Third Law of Motion • Learn & do Net Force Problems

    15. Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? If unbalanced, what is the net force and how much would the object accelerate? →Formula Sheet, blank paper, PREPARE for notebook quiz 45 N 18 N 45 N 1 N 45 N 12N 35 N 99 N 25 kg Net Force Problems 12 N 2. 1. 25 kg 25 kg 12 N 3. 25 kg 4.

    16. Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? If unbalanced, what is the net force and how much would the object accelerate? 40 N 8 N 99 N 17 N 45 N 16 N 99 N 57 N 25 kg Physical ScienceDo Now 9/3/10 12 N 2. 1. 25 kg 25 kg 12 N 3. 25 kg 4.

    17. Physical ScienceDaily Plan 9/3/10 • Notebook Quiz! • Mass, Weight, and Gravity Lesson & Practice • Calculating Your Weight on the Sun, Moon, & Different Planets • Video ABC News The Final Frontier Part 1: The Race to the Moon

    18. Do Now 9/7/10 • If it is 98 meters from Rm 31 to Rm 48, and you can average 0.98 m/s, how long will it take you to get from Rm 31 to Rm 48? • If an armadillo can cover 15.63 km per day, how far can it travel in 3 days? • A dolphin is swimming 4.5 m/s. It senses a fish, and 1.35 seconds later it is swimming 10 m/s. What was its rate of acceleration? • If a car engine pushes with 15,500 N of force and the car’s mass is 4200 kilograms, how fast will it accelerate? → Formula Sheet, calculator, pencil →Formula Sheet, all calculation practice sheets, calculator

    19. Daily Plan 9/7/10 • Unit 1 Review • “Paper practice” • Review game- “Shoot the Hoop”

    20. Do Now 9/8/10 1. Please get yourbook, turn to p. 424 and do “Understanding Concepts” #1-4 (just answers) →Calculator, formula sheet, pencil • Test Unit 1 • don’t worry, you know this stuff! • Plus we’re going to go over it all

    21. 1. Think about the properties of ice. Ice is somewhat hard and cannot be compressed easily. Which drawing do you think represents a solid? Explain your answer. 2. Think about the properties of gases. They are not hard and they can be compressed. Which drawing represents a gas? Explain your answer. 3. In which state(s) of matter are the particles touching? 4. In which drawing do you think the particles have the least effect on one another? Explain your answer.

    22. Physical ScienceDaily Plan 9/9/10 →paper • Go over test “Motion & Forces” • Ch 3 Lecture: Energy and States of Matter Section 1 slides #5-11 • Pre-written notes and Questions: States of matter • Comparing Temperature Scales • Summarizer chart • NO SANDALS FRIDAY!!! (LAB)

    23. Do Now 9/10/10 • What happens to water molecules when water boils? • Melting snow is a change of state from a solid to a what? • What is the reverse process of melting? Pencil, clean sheet of paper • Check and go over HW “Comparing…Temperature Scales” • Summarizer- States of Matter (a.k.a. Phases of Matter) • Lecture/Notes: Phase Change (Ch3 Sec 2 #4-7) • Lab Safety Lesson • Phase Change Lab

    24. Invisible Steam is pure gas a.k.a. vapor Visible Steam is tiny, suspended droplets of liquid water 1/26/10

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    27. Do Now 9/13/10 • Pick up a copy of the States of Matter word search and your book. • Write your book number in a permanent place in your notebook. • On a separate sheet of paper, write a definition for each of the word find vocabulary words. Pencil, paper, book • States of Matter Vocabulary word search • Go over Phase Change lab • Phases of Matter: Temperature vs Heat Graph • Phases of Mater: Pressure vs Temperature Graph

    28. = increase = decrease Boyle’s Law Charles’ Law Pressure Volume Temperature Volume Physical Science Do Now 9/14/10 • Think about a fixed quantity of gas, say, 100 trillion molecules of oxygen (O2). If we increased the pressure on it, what would happen to the volume? If we increased the temperature of it, what would happen to the volume? Please copy the two charts below, and complete them with up or down arrows to show increase or decrease, as indicated below.

    29. Physical Science Daily Plan 9/14/10 → pencil, paper • Lesson/Notes: Boyle’s Law and Charles’ Law • Vacuum Pump Demonstrations of Boyle’s Law and Charles’ Law • Concept Review: Changes of State • Concept Review: Behaviors of Gases p.96-101

    30. Do Now 9/15/10 • If the pressure on a fixed quantity of gas increases, what happens to it’s volume? • If the temperature on a fixed quantity of gas increases, what happens to it’s volume? Pencil, 2 paper, calculator Note: Cheeto Lab Tomorrow! No Sandals. • Review & Quiz- States of Matter • Lesson/ Notes: 3 Types of Heat Transfer (Ch 14 sec 1 vid) • Practice: Heat Transfer/ Demo: Convection Box • Lesson: Specific Heat Capacity & Calculations (sec 2 side 13) • Practice: Specific Heat Capacity Calculations

    31. Physical Science – DO-NOW 09/16 1. What happens to your hand when you place it above a lighted candle? (Assume you are not touching the flame. Explain the energy transfers on the atomic level. Hint: Remember that warm air rises.) 2. When you sit near a fire, you can feel its warmth on your skin, even if the air is cool. Does this sensation depend upon the fact that warm air rises? If not, what does?

    32. Physical Science Do Now 9/16/10 1. A woman puts on her 2.25 gram gold ring. The ring heats up from the room temperature of 20 °C to the room temperature of 34 °C. If the specific heat capacity of gold is 0.13 J/g· °C , how much heat energy did the ring gain? 2. Write which type of heat transfer for each: A. wind B. touching an ice cube C. warming hands beside a fire D. warming hands over a fire 3. Why does the temperature not go up if you add heat energy to boiling water? Hint: what is the additional heat energy being used to do? Pencil, paper, calculator • Quiz: Heat Transfer • Heat Transfer Lab a.k.a. burning the Cheeto of Science • Concept Review- Energy Transfer

    33. Physical Science Do Now 9/17/10 • A 3500 gram concrete block sits in the sun. The block heats up from 25°C to 37 °C. If the specific heat capacity of concrete is 0.88J/g· °C , how much heat energy did the block gain? • Prepare for Notebook Quiz! Pencil, calculator, organized notebook, formula sheet • Notebook Quiz • 2 Concept Reviews: “Energy Transfer” and “Land & Sea Breezes” • Video: “Planet Weather-Heat”

    34. Physical Science Do Now 9/20/10 • Write your own definition of energy. • Write a short sentence that describes the difference between potential energy and kinetic energy. Pencil, paper • Lesson & Practice: Introduction to Energy • Lesson & Practice: Energy Transformations

    35. Physical Science Do Now 9/21/10 1. Copy each, then write which specific form and general type of energy each one is: a. food b. a person writing c. electricity flowing d. light e. a noise f. a rock on a cliff g. heat h. a battery i. stored in atomic nuclei 2. Write the energy transformation that occurs when a Cheeto is burned. Pencil, yesterday’s work “Energy Transformations”, “Review & Reinforcement Heat & Phase Changes” from 9/13.

    36. Daily Plan 9/21/10 • More Practice: Energy Transformations • Accord Commercial • Energy Scavenger Hunt • HOMEWORK: Study for mini-test tomorrow on Heat Energy & Energy Transformations

    37. Physical Science Do Now 9/22/10 • How can zero degrees Celsius be both the freezing point and melting point of water? • Calculate the heat energy gained by a 4.75 gram gold ring that goes from 22 ◦C to 37 ◦C when a woman puts it on her finger. The specific heat capacity of gold is 0.13 J/g · °C Pencil, calculator, “Review & Reinforcement Heat & Phase Changes” from 9/13. • Honda Accord Commercial: Energy Transformations • Energy Present and Future ppt • Mini-test: Heat Energy & Energy Transformations

    38. Physical ScienceDo Now 9/23/10 • Imagine throwing a rock into a pond or lake. Describe the effect that the rock has on the surface of the water. • What happens to a string on a guitar or other stringed instrument when it is plucked?How does this let you hear it? →pencil, paper, mental alertness • Go over yesterday’s test on Energy • Intro to Waves—Notes & Videos • Wave Demos – Super Slinky • Practice with Wave Information

    39. Physical ScienceDo Now 9/24/10 • Copy each type of wave and write if it is mechanical or electromagnetic, ABD if it is transverse or longitudinal. a. Ocean wave b. visible light c. slinky wave d. Sound wave →pencil, paper, mental alertness • Speed Video- “World’s Fastest Indian”

    40. Physical ScienceDo Now 9/27/10 • Pick up and complete “Concept Review- Types of Waves (front only for now) →pencil, last week preprinted notes Intro to Waves • Wave Interactions – notes & drawings • Wave Interactions – questions • Other Wave Videos • Wave vocabulary: word scramble

    41. Physical ScienceDo Now 9/28/10 • Write the correct wave “behavior” for each (see yesterday’s notes & questions) a. two sound waves “cancel each other out” b. a rain storm makes a rainbow c. you hear an echo d. An ocean wave curves around behind an island →pencil, yesterday’s notes “Wave Interactions”

    42. Physical ScienceDaily Plan 9/28/10 →paper, pencil, yesterday’s notes “Wave Interactions” • Wave Interaction Videos • Notes: Sound Waves • Inquiry Lab: Wave Interactions • Sound Fold Notes

    43. Inquiry Lab 9/27/10 • Fold your paper into quarters and label (see example to the right) • Using the equipment provided, demonstrate, illustrate, and describe each of the 4 behaviors a.k.a. interactions of waves.

    44. Sound must have a medium through which to travel. Through which medium—solid, liquid, or gas—does sound travel the fastest? On a string instrument, such as a guitar or violin, how does one string make different musical notes? Using wave theory, explain how making sound with a wind instrument is essentially the same as making sound with a string instrument. Do Now 2/10/10

    45. All waves carry _____ •electromagnetic _____ waves are pure energy. •transverse Mechanical waves require a ___. •longitudinal Sound waves are _____ waves. •energy Ocean waves are _____ waves. •medium →pencil, Notes “Intro to Waves” from 9/23 & “Sound” from 9/28, blank sheet of paper for quiz Do Now 9/29/10

    46. Quick Lesson: The Doppler Effect (Ch 15 Section 2) Quiz- Intro to Waves & Sound Fold Notes: Sound Video: “World’s Fastest Indian” Daily Plan 9/29/10

    47. Does sound travel faster through a medium that is more dense or less dense? Why? →pencil, your book, “Sound Fold Notes” from 9/29 Finish “Sound Fold Notes” Paper Cup lab Name That Sound/Waves Concept Map Straw Kazoo Lab Do Now 9/30/10

    48. Prepare for Notebook Quiz An airplane can be detected by radar. When radio waves strike an airplane, they are reflected back to a detector and the airplane shows up on a radar screen. Explain how stealth airplanes fly through the air without being detected by radar. Radio waves that carry radio station transmissions and gamma rays that destroy cancer cells are both electromagnetic waves. What property makes one wave harmless and the other destructive? Do Now 10/1/10

    49. Stealth Fighter F-117A

    50. Stealth B-2 Bomber