Feb. 25-Mar. 1

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

Standard 3: Demonstrate an understanding of the general properties and characteristics of waves.

            3b.  Compare the properties of waves.

            3c.  Classify the electromagnetic spectrum’s regions according to frequency and/or wavelength and draw conclusions about their impact on life.

 

 

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OBJECTIVE

(S)

1. Describe how electric and magnetic fields form electromagnetic waves.

2. Explain how vibrating charges produce electromagnetic waves.

3. Describe the properties of electromagnetic waves.

1. Distinguish between each wave in the electromagnetic spectrum.

2. Compare the properties of each electromagnetic wave.

3. Identify uses for each type of electromagnetic wave.

1. Explain how modulating a carrier wave enables information to be transmitted by radio waves.

2. Distinguish between amplitude modulation and frequency modulation.

3. Identify various ways of communicating by using radio waves.

Review the electromagnetic spectrum.

Review the electromagnetic spectrum.

BELL

ACTIVITY

SATP2 Format

Read page 314 “Making Waves” then answer 1. What is sonar? 2. How does sonar work? 3. Why was it invented?

Explain what an electromagnetic wave is.

Explain the difference between infrared and ultraviolet waves.

Explain the difference between AM radio signals and FM radio signals.

Read page 376 and write a summary paragraph about “Riding a Beam of Light”

MODELING

(The Teacher Will)

Explain and give notes on electromagnetic waves. Chap 12 sec1 Use visual aids, current language, and give real world examples.

Explain and give notes on the electromagnetic spectrum.  Chap 12 sec 2 Use visual aids, current language, and give real world examples.

Explain and give notes on the types of radio communication. Chap 12 sec3  Use visual aids, current language, and give real world examples.

Review chapter 12 light waves

 

Administer the Test on chapter 12 light waves,  Model what is expected of the scientist research project

Student

Practice

Section Review questions 1-5 on page 359

Directed Reading and Reinforcement worksheet Chap 12 sec 1

Section review questions 1-5 page 365

Directed Reading and Reinforcement worksheet Chap 12 sec 2

Chap 20 vocab quiz

Section review questions 1-5 page 373

Directed Reading and reinforcement worksheet Chap 12 sec3

Chapter Review page 378 -379 (1-18)

Chapter 12 Overview Worksheet

Chapter 12 study guide

Test on Chapter 12

 

Begin scientist research project

Enrichment

Science Journals: Investigate why warm objects emit more radiant energy than cool objects do and write a summary paragraph of your findings.

Science Journals: Write a paragraph explaining why Magnetic Resonance Imaging is safer than using X-rays.

Science Journals: Write a description of what you think that telephones will be like in ten years.

Science Journals: Make a picture that shows how one form of radio communication works.

Science Journals:

Explain why new theories are often met with resistance.

Reteaching

Reteach and retest any student who did not pass the test on chap 10 waves.

Reteach and retest any student who did not pass the test on chap 10 waves.

Reteach and retest any student who did not pass the test on chap 10 waves.

Retest any student who did not pass the test on chap 10 waves.

 

Closure

 

 

Review electromagnetic waves

Review the electromagnetic spectrum

Review radio communication

Review study guides

Review scientist projects

Progress

Monitoring

Section Review questions 1-5 on page 359

Directed Reading and Reinforcement worksheet Chap 12 sec 1

Section review questions 1-5 page 365

Directed Reading and Reinforcement worksheet Chap 12 sec 2

Chap 20 vocab quiz

Section review questions 1-5 page 373

Directed Reading and reinforcement worksheet Chap 12 sec3

Chapter Review page 378 -379 (1-18)

Chapter 12 Overview Worksheet

Chapter 12  study guide

Test on chapter 12

  Scientist research projects

 

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