Friday

Content Objective:

I can understand the relationship between the positions and movements of the Earth, Moon and Sun in relationship to each other and the phenomena that this causes by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write and draw to describe the motions of the Earth, Sun, and Moon by creating diagrams with my CLG and then on my own.

HOMEWORK – finish PhET lab Orbits and Gravity Questions if needed.

Thursday

Content Objective:

I can understand the relationship between the positions and movements of the Earth, Moon and Sun in relationship to each other and the phenomena that this causes by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write and draw to describe the motions of the Earth, Sun, and Moon by creating diagrams while using a PhET simulation with my CLG and then on my own.

HOMEWORK – None

Wednesday

Content Objective:

I can list and understand the two variables that affect the strength of a gravitation force between two objects and explore their relationship by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can discuss, write and draw to describe the variables that affect the strength of gravity by manipulating a PhET simulation and creating diagrams with my CLG.

HOMEWORK – None

Tuesday

Content Objective:

I can understand the relationship between the positions and movements of the Earth, Moon and Sun in relationship to each other and the phenomena that this causes by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write and draw to describe the motions of the Earth, Sun, and Moon by creating diagrams with my CLG and then on my own.

HOMEWORK – None

Friday

Content Objective:

I can consider the variables that affect the impact velocity of a moving object by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write to compare the variables that affect the impact velocity of a moving object by completing graphs and questions while completing a lab with my CLG.

HOMEWORK – Finish the graphs from the “How much does energy change?” if you didn’t finish in class.

Thursay

Content Objective:

I can infer how the law of conservation of momentum is applied in the formation of craters by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write to compare crater formation in terms of mass and speed by completing graphs and questions while completing a lab with my CLG.

HOMEWORK – None

Wednesday

Content Objective:

I can infer how the law of conservation of momentum is applied in collisions by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write to describe a collision in terms of momentum and energy by completing graphs and questions while completing a lab with my CLG.

HOMEWORK – Finish the questions that go with the lab if needed.

Friday

Content Objective:

I can understand the meaning of the concepts of potential and kinetic energy and how they relate to automobile safety by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write to describe how the understanding the laws of physics can make automobiles safer by observing a videoclip and completing a Google Doc with my CLG.

HOMEWORK – None

Thursday

Content Objective:

I can understand the meaning of the concepts of potential and kinetic energy and how they relate to motion by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write to describe motion and energy by working on a marble rolling lab with my CLG.

HOMEWORK – None

Tuesday

Content Objective:

I can understand the meaning of the concepts “Newton’s Third Law” and joules and how they relate to motion by completing an activity with my group.

Language Objective:

I can write to describe relationship of the concepts “Newton’s Third Law” and joules by working on a marble rolling lab with my CLG.

HOMEWORK – Study vocabulary for tomorrow’s quiz.