Friday, October 11, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate understanding a science concept by summarizing nonfictional text.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to summarize a science concept that includes main idea and supporting details using complete sentences 

Science Reading Projectile motion:

1.Kinematics: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2019/10/Kinematics-The-physics-of-soccer.pdf

2. Football: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2019/10/Throwing-the-Football-How-the-Physics-of-Football-Works-_-HowStuffWorks.pdf

3. Projectile: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2019/10/Projectile-Motion-Projectile-Motion.pdf

Bell Work:

Analyzing velocity vs. time graph

Exit Ticket:

Orally sharing the summary

Homework:

Study your notes for Thursday October 17 Unit 2 Test

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of velocity, acceleration and free fall by completing a review stations and a quiz.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about velocity, acceleration and free fall using CER and GUESS methods on a review station and quiz.

Bell Work:

A tennis ball is dropped from the very top of the bleachers. It reaches the ground with an average time of about 1.19 seconds. 

1.Calculate the height of the bleachers.

2. Calculate the velocity of the tennis ball as it hits the ground.

3. Which position vs. time graph do you think represents an object in free fall (only affected by gravity)? Explain.

Exit Ticket:

Turn in the Quiz

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of how far and how fast a tennis ball falls by completing a lab data analysis and motion maps.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about how far and how fast a tennis ball falls using complete sentences in a lab investigation and motion maps.

Motion Maps: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2019/10/Motion-maps.pdf

Bell Work:

Position, velocity and acceleration graph analysis

Exit Ticket:

Lab report

Homework:

Study your notes for Thursday quiz.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of free fall velocity, distance and constant acceleration by completing a lab investigation. 

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about the velocity and the distance of falling tennis ball using acceleration due to gravity and measured time in  complete sentences during  lab investigation.

Lab Report: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2019/10/Free-fall-lab-with-tennis-ball.docx

Bell Work:

A golf ball falls from a bleacher. It takes 1.45 seconds for it to hit the grass.

1.Howhighis the bleacher?

2.What was the ball velocityas it hit the ground?

Exit Ticket:

If you throw a ball straight up in the air at 30 m/s, how many seconds until the ball reaches its peak?  What speed will it reach when you catch it again?

Homework:  

Study your notes for Thursday quiz

Monday, October 7, 219

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of objects in free fall and constant acceleration by completing a structured practice.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about objects in free fall and constant acceleration using the CER and GUESS methods on a structured practice.

Free Fall Practice: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2018/10/Rising_Falling-Objects-practice-1.doc

Bell Work:

Assume the graphs below are all position vs. time graphs. The slope on a position vs. time graph tells us the speed/velocityof an object at that position. 

Exit Ticket:

A golf ball falls from a bleacher. It takes 1.45 seconds for it to hit the grass

1.How high is the bleacher.

2.What was the ball velocityas it hit the ground?

Homework:

Study your notes for Thursday Quiz

Practice Free Fall problems

Friday, October 4, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of objects in free fall and constant acceleration by thinking aloud during a demonstration.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about objects in free fall and constant acceleration using the CER method and focus question.

Answer the following focus question using CER. Include evidence from reading, video and demonstration.

Video Link: https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=free+fall+feather+and+ball&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

Focus Question:
 Assuming there’s no air, does a feather or a coin reach the bottom of the tube first?

Bell Work:

Lab and quiz reflection

Exit Ticket:

Use claim, evidence and reasoning information to write a paragraph explaining objects in free fall

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of velocityandaccelerationby completing a lab investigation.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions with their lab partners about velocityandaccelerationusing complete sentencesona lab investigation.

Bell Work:

Download graphic analysis application

Exit Ticket:

Lab Report https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2019/10/LAB-Does-Mass-Affect-how-and-Object-Moves_.docx

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of acceleration and velocity by completing stations review and a quiz.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to answer questions about acceleration and velocity using the CER and GUESS method during a station review and a quiz.

Acceleration and Velocity Stations: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2018/09/Velocity-Practice.dochttps://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2018/10/Acceleration-Practice.doc

Bell Work:

Show your work using the CERand GUESSmethods. 

1.You drive in hours 120 miles to visit your grandparents.What isyour average velocity? 

2.A car accelerates from 25 mi/h to 50 mi/h in 6 seconds.  What is its acceleration? 

Ext Ticket:

Tun in Quiz.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of accelerationby completing a structured practice.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to solve questions about acceleration using the CER and GUESS method on a structured practice.

Acceleration Practice: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2018/10/Acceleration-Practice.doc

Bell Work:

An airplane with a velocity of 800 mi/hr, flies west to L.A. that is 3000 miles away. How long will it take to arrive?Solve using CERand the GUESSmethods.

Exit Ticket:

An airplane lands and slows from 150 mi/hrto 40 mi/hrin 10 seconds. What is it’s acceleration?

Homework:

Study you rotes for Wednesday Quiz!

Monday, September 30, 2019

Content Objectives:

Students will demonstrate application of finding speed and velocity by thinking aloud during a focus question, word sort and completing a structured practice.

Language Objectives:

Students will write to solve examples about speed and velocity using the CER and GUESS method on a structured practice and word sort.

Bell Work:

Write a short paragraph discussing the following:

1.What are some things that may have caused error in this investigation ?

2.What are some things that you are still unsure of how to do and need improvement on?

3.What are some successes you had with this investigation? Your strengths?What would you do differently next time?

Exit Ticket:

How fast does a bowling ball move if it travels a distance of 6 m in 1 s?

Velocity Practice Problems: https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/fhsphysics/wp-content/uploads/sites/2663/2018/09/Velocity-Practice.doc

Homework:

Study your notes for Wednesday Quiz!