Friday, February 14, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of light waves and chapter 27 concepts by playing “teacher” and ”student” role during jigsaw B activity

Language Objectives:

Students will read and write and orally explain light waves and chapter 27 concepts using complete sentences during jigsaw activity. 

Bell Work:

Use the text book or your notes to answer the following questions:

1. What are the two types of interference?
2. What is a standing wave?
3. What is the Doppler Effect?
4. What causes a shock wave?

Exit Ticket:

Write 3 things you learned from the jigsaw activity and one thing you still wonder about.

Homework:

Study your notes for Friday, February 28 Unit test.

Jigsaw chapter 27 answers

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of light waves and chapter 27 concepts by playing “teacher” and ”student” role during jigsaw activity.

Language Objectives:

Students will read and write and orally explain light waves and chapter 27 concepts using complete sentences during jigsaw activity. 

Bell Work:

Skim through the SAT article then answer questions 5 and 6.

Exit Ticket:

List 3 things you learned from jigsaw activity today.

Jigsaw A Chapter 27

Jigsaw B Chapter 27

Homework:

4-square Due Friday

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of finding the period of a pendulum by completing a post lab questions.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about variables that effect the period of a pendulum using different string length, amplitude (angle) and number of washers (mass).

Bell Work:

Skim through the SAT article and then answer questions 3 and 4.

Exit Ticket:

Turn in lab report

Homework:

Due Friday

4-squares waves

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of finding the period of a pendulum by completing a lab investigation.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about variables that effect the period of a pendulum using different string length, amplitude (angle) and number of washers (mass).

Bell Work:

1.How does changing the ​Frequency​ affect the wavelength?

2.How does changing the ​Amplitude​ affect the wavelength?

3.How does changing the ​Frequency ​affect the energy of the wave?

4.Howdoes changing the Amplitude  ​affect the energy of the wave?

Exit ticket:

How is the period of the pendulum related to amplitude, string length and weight?

Monday, February 10, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will analyze informational text to draw conclusions, interferences and develop insights using SAT practice reading article

Language Objectives:

Students will actively read and write to answer critical thinking questions about the SAT article using complete sentences.

Bell Work:

Post lab questions analysis:

How does changing the ​Frequency​ affect the wavelength?

How does changing the ​Amplitude​ affect the wavelength?

How does changing the ​Frequency ​affect the energy of the wave?

How does changing the Amplitude  ​affect the energy of the wave?

Exit Ticket:

Write down one thing you learned new from the assigned reading and one from another group’s reading using complete sentences.

Friday, January 7, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of wave’s speed, period, wavelength and frequency by completing a station review and a quiz.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about wave’s speed, period, wavelength and frequency using the CER and GUESS methods and complete sentences during station review and quiz

Bell Work:

1.What is the frequency of a wave with a period of 3 seconds?

2. What is the period of a wave with a frequency of 2 Hz?

3.A wave travels with a frequency of 100 Hz and a wavelength of 9 m. What is the speed of that wave?

Exit Ticket:

Turn in quiz.

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of a wave’s period, frequency, wavelength and speed by completing a PHET inquiry lab.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about a wave’s period, frequency, wavelength and speed using the PHET structured inquiry lab using complete sentences.

Bell Work:

1.A wave travels at 360 m/s with a frequency of 220 Hz. What is its wavelength?

2.A wave travels at 360 m/s with a frequency of 120 Hz. What is its wavelength?

3. What is the relationship between wavelength and frequency?

Exit Ticket:

Lab report

Homework:

Study your notes for Friday’s quiz.

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of a wave’s speed, wavelength and frequency by completing a structured practice.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about the wave’s speed, wavelength and frequency using the CER and GUESS methods during structured practice.

Bell Work:


Exit Ticket:

A wave travels at 360 m/s with a frequency of 220 Hz. What is its wavelength?

Homework:

Study your notes for Friday’s quiz.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of a wave’s period and frequency by completing a structured practice.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about a wave’s period and frequency using the CER and GUESS methods during structured practice.

Bell Work:

1.What is the wavelengthof the wave in the diagram below?

2.What is the amplitudeof the wave in the diagram below?

3.How many complete waves are in the diagram below?

Exit Ticket:

1.What is the frequency of a wave with a period of 3 seconds?

2. What is the period of a wave with a frequency of 2 Hz?

3.  What is the relationship between frequency and period?

Monday, February 3, 2020

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate understanding of the 2 types of  mechanical waves and their parts by completing a thinking map and quick write.

Language Objectives:

Students will read and write to answer questions about types of mechanical waves and their parts by completing a thinking map and quick write using complete sentences.

Bell Work:

1. What do waves transfer?

2. What is the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves?

Exit Ticket:

Draw a transverse and label its parts:

1.Wavelength 2.Amplitude 3.Trough 4.crest 5. equilibrium line