Physical Science Activities

Physical Science Activities

Physical Science Activities

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1. Physical Science Activities Activities: 3/18-3/20OAKS Testing 3/31-4/1 Experiment planning (Heat/ Calorimeters) 4/2- 4/9 experiment setup and Data Collection (3 trials) 4/10, 4/11 , 4/14 Typing Experiment Report 4/15-4/18 Waves Unit (Quiz 4/22)

2. Physical Science 3/17 Warm up: How is kinetic energy different from potential energy? Today’s activities: Overview and review of some topics for the Science State Test Due today for period 5: p.441 #11-25 p.443 #1-6 Work, power, energy worksheet p.427 vocabulary p.435 #1-8 p.433 #1-5

3. Physical Science 3/14 Warm up: What is the formula for kinetic energy? Today’s activities: Due today: p.441 #11-25 p.443 #1-6 Work, power, energy worksheet p.427 vocabulary p.435 #1-8 p.433 #1-5

4. Physical Science 2/18 Warm up: How does pressure affect airplanes? Today’s activities: Read pp.398-399. Write a 1 paragraph explanation about how wings allow planes to fly. Paper Airplane lab

5. Physical Science 2/13 Warm up: What are some examples of how pressure affects our everyday life? Today’s activities: Notes: Pressure Assignments due today: p.390 Vocabulary (from last week) p.392 #1-5 (as a class) p.393 #1-9 (from last week) p. 394 vocabulary p.397 #1-8 Essay

6. 2/12 Essay • Students are to write a two paragraph description of pressure and real world examples of pressure affecting objects. • The paragraphs should discuss the variables that affect pressure (the formula for calculating it), Bernoulli's principle, variations in pressure with changes in depth, and the affect of pressure on humans in various situations.

7. Physical Science 2/11 Warm up: Which two variable affect pressure? Describe how to change each variable to increase the pressure. Today’s activities: Notes: Pressure p.392 #1-5 (as a class) Work time on assignments due 2/13: p.390 Vocabulary (from last week) p.393 #1-9 (from last week) p. 394 vocabulary p.397 #1-8

8. Physical Science 2/5 Warm up: Pressure is a measurement of force. How do you calculate pressure? (see page 391) Today’s activities: Notes: Pressure Mini quiz p.390 Vocabulary p.393 #1-9

9. Physical Science 2/3 Warm up: Did your egg survive? Which parts of your container allowed it to survive? Today’s activities:  Typing project report due Wednesday!

10. Physical Science 1/31 Warm up: Which elements of your engineering design project help protect the egg? What did each element do to reduce the forces on the egg? Today’s activities: Egg Drop • Page 385-386 #11-30

11. Assignment Packet due today: • Warm up • Practice problems worksheet • Newton’s Laws practice problems (CH 12) • P.385-386 #11-30

12. Physical Science 1/29 Warm up: State Newton’s Law of Gravitation Today’s activities: Mini-drop Prototype • Groups present practice problems • Page 385 #11-23 • WED: First prototype mini-drop (in class) • Friday: Full scale prototype drop.

13. Physical Science 1/28 Warm up: State Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion Today’s activities: • Groups present design ideas to the class. • Newton’s laws video/ notes • Students create practice problems. • WED: First prototype mini-drop (in class) • Friday: Full scale prototype drop.

14. Physical Science 1/27 Warm up: State Newton’s Second Law of Motion Today’s activities:  Newton’s Second Law/ practice problems Engineering design work time / Sharing / Planning

15. Physical Science 1/24 Warm up: State Newton’s First Law of Motion Today’s activities: Discussion/notes Newton’s Laws of Motion Review assignment packet requirements (due today) Introduction to engineering (egg drop protection)