Jan. 20-24, 2014

Monday: MLK Holiday/School Will Be CLosed

Tuesday:
Answer the bellwork questions: 1. Explain the difference between positive acceleration and negative acceleration.
1. Read chap 2 section 3 and make your own notes
2. Answer the self-check questions 1-5 on page 56
3. Answer Glencoe.com brain pop quiz
4. Complete the bubble map on page 63
5. Answer 11-17 on page 62
Science Journals:Have students to create a song that explains balanced and unbalanced forces.

Wednesday:
Answer the bellwork questions: 1. Explain the difference between Newton's first law of motion and Newton's second law of motion
1. Read chap 3 section 1 and make your own notes
2. Answer the self-check questions 1-5 on page 74
3. Answer Glencoe.com brain pop quiz
4. Calculate acceleration 1-4 on page 69
5. Answer 1-5 on page 74
Science Journals:Have students to describe how the velocity and acceleration of an object change as it falls from a tall building.

Thursday:
.Answer the bellwork questions: 1. Explain the difference between static, sliding, and rolling friction.
1. Read chap 3 section 2 and make your own notes
2. Answer the self-check questions 1-5 on page 82
3. Answer Glencoe.com brain pop quiz
4. Answer the brain pop quiz
Science Journal: Ask students to imagine that during the next few days, the gravitaional force of Earth gradually becomes half of what it is now. Have students to write about the sort of changes that would take place.

Friday:

Answer the bellwork questions: 1. Explain the difference between centripetal force and centripetal acceleration.
1. Read chap 3 section 3 and make your own notes
2. Answer the self-check questions 1-5 on page 88
3. Calculate momentum 1-4 page 86
4. Answer the Glencoe brain pop quiz
5. Create a poster comparing all 3 of Newton's laws of motion
Science Journal: Have students to use Newton's third law of motion to describe the similarities between a person walking on a sidewalk and a fish swimming in the ocean.

My Classrooms
Physical Science
Biology