Jan 28-Feb1

  1. What are the MS curriculum objectives that will be taught this week?

Standard 2: Describe and explain how forces affect motion

2.1 Demonstrate the basic principles of Newton’s three laws of motion including calculations for acceleration, force, and momentum.

2.2Explain the basic principles of Newton’s three laws of motion including calculations for acceleration, force, and momentum.

2.3 Explain the connection between work, force, and energy

2.4 Describe how the kinetic energy of an object can be converted into potential energy.

2.5 Describe how energy is transferred/transformed

 

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Friday

OBJECTIVE

(S)

1. Distinguish between kinetic and potential energy

2. Calculate kinetic energy

3. Compare different forms of potential energy

 

Review scientific method, forces, motion, acceleration, Newton’s laws of motion

  1. Explain how energy can be transformed from one form to another
  2. Explain how the mechanical energy of a system is the sum of the kinetic and potential energy
  3. Explain the law of conservation of energy
  1. Review the types of energy
  2. Review the law of conservation of energy
  1. Review the types of energy
  2. Review the law of conservation of energy

BELL

ACTIVITY

SATP2 Format

Explain the Law of Conservation of Momentum.

Read “Newton and the Plague” on page 92 and write a summary paragraph of the article.

Explain the difference in elastic, chemical, and gravitational potential energy.

Explain the difference between nuclear fusion and nuclear fission.

Explain the difference between kinetic energy and potential energy.

MODELING

(The Teacher Will)

Explain and give notes on the major types of energy. Chap 4 sec 1

Use visual aids, use current language, give real world examples

Administer the Unit Test on Chapters 1, 2, & 3 Use visual aids, use current language, give real world examples

Explain and give notes on conservation of energy Chap 4 sec 2

Use visual aids, use current language, give real world examples

Review vocab

Review energy and conservation notes

Use visual aids, use current language, give real world examples

Administer the test on Chapter 4

 

Student

Practice

Concept map of energy

Reinforcement of energy sec 1

Answer 1-7 on page 105, Read

Test on chap 1, 2, & 3

Define the new vocabulary words in Chapter 4 energy

Read

Self Check page 115 (1-4)

Directed Reading sec2

Reinforcement sec 2

Read

Quiz on Chap 4 vocab

Chapter Review page 120 (1-13), concept map

Page 123 (11-18)

Answer study guides for chap 4 test

Test on Chapter 4

Define the new vocab for chap7 Electricity

 

Enrichment

Science Journals: Read page 118.

Explain why it is impossible to make a perpetual motion machine.  (give 2 reasons)

Science Journals: Students will list different types of energy mentioned in the text. Then they are to list several examples of how they use each form of energy daily.

Science Journals: Create a flow diagram that traces the conversion of solar energy into different forms of energy on Earth.

Science Journals: Write descriptions of situations you have seen or been a part of in which work has been done or energy has been transferred.

Science Journals: Investigate theories aboiut the origin of the universe and explain why these theories are not scientific laws.

Reteaching

 

 

Reteach any study who failed the Unit test on chapters 1, 2, and 3

Reteach any study who failed the Unit test on chapters 1, 2, and 3

Retest any student who failed the Unit Test on chapter 1, 2, and 3

Closure

 

 

Review study guides

Review the major types of energy

Review new vocab

Review the major types of energy.

Review vocab words for quiz

Review study guides

 

Review new vocab

Progress

Monitoring

Concept map of energy, Reinforcement of energy sec 1, Answer 1-7 on page105

Unit Test on Chap 1, 2, & 3

Self Check page 115 (1-4)

Directed Reading sec2

Reinforcement sec 2

Quiz on Chap 4 vocab

Chapter Review page 120 (1-13), concept map

Page 123 (11-18)

Test on chap 4 Energy

 

 

 

 

 

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