Monday, November 19, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate application of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion by thinking aloud during whole class review.

Language Objectives: Students will write to answer questions about Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion using CER and GUESS method and complete sentences during whole class review.

Bell Work:

What does Newton’s First Law of Motion say?
What does Newton’s Second Law of Motion say?                              
What does Newton’s Third Law of Motion say?

Exit Ticket

Last week we learned about Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion, how do you think the picture below represents Newton’s 3rd law of Motion:

Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion Study Guide: UNIT 2 STUDY GUIDE-2

 

Friday, November 16, 2018

Content Objectives Students will demonstrate comprehension of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion by thinking aloud during stations review.

Language Objectives Students will write to answer questions about Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion using CER and GUESS method and complete sentences during stations review.

Bell Work

Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion: Summary, Illustration and Example

Exit Tickt:

What does Newton’s First Law of Motion say?

                                                                                         F.O.R

What does Newton’s Second Law of Motion say?

                                                                                 F.O.R

What does Newton’s Third Law of Motion say?

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Unit 3 Stations Unit-3-Stations_All-Chapters

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate comprehension of Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion by completing a CER focus question and structured practice.

Language Objectives: Students will write to summarize Newton’s 3rd law of Motion using claim, evidence and reasoning.

Focus Question: What does Newton’s 3rd law of Motion say?

Bell Work

A 800 N woman wearing shoes covering on area of 0.10 m2 stands on the floor.

  1. What pressure does the ground feel?
  2. What is the relationship between pressure and area?

Exit Ticket: 

Pretend this picture was found in your textbook under the heading Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion. Provide description to go along with this picture by explaining Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion.

Action Reaction Worksheet: ActionReaction (1) ActionReactionSoln (4)

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate comprehension of Newton’s 1st and 2nd Law of Motion by thinking aloud during demonstrations and CER focus question.

Language Objectives Students will write to answer questions related to Newton’s 1st and 2nd Law of motion using complete sentences on a triple entry journal and CER focus question

Focus Question: Is a woman wearing high heels more likely to damage someone’s nice hardwood floors than an elephant?

Bell Work

1.What is the scientific unit for pressure?

2.Which scenario exerts a greater pressure on the ground and why?

a.A woman standing without wearing shoes.

b.A woman standing wearing 4 inch high-heels.

Exit Ticket:

Write down 3 things you learned from today’s demonstrations and 1 question you still have about today’s demonstrations.

Use our academic words: pressure, force, area, friction, mass, inertia, Newton’s 1st Law of Motion, Law of Inertia

 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate comprehension of Newton’s 1st and 2nd Law of Motion by thinking aloud during demonstrations and CER focus question.

Language Objectives: Students will write to answer questions related to Newton’s 1st and 2nd Law of motion using complete sentences on a triple entry journal and CER focus question.

Bell Work:

Focus Question: Is a woman wearing high heels more likely to damage someone’s nice hardwood floors than an elephant?

Exit Ticket:

Write down 3 things you learned from today’s demonstrations and 1 question you still have about today’s demonstrations.

Use our academic words: pressure, force, area, friction, mass, inertia, Newton’s 1st Law of Motion, Law of Inertia.

Homework:  Study your notes for Unit 3 Test on Friday November 16.

Ch 3 and Ch6 notes: Ch 3 and 6 notes

 

Monday, November 12, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate application of force and pressure by completing a structured practice and CER focus question

Language Objectives: Students will write to answer questions about force and pressure using the guess and CER method on a structured practice

Bell Work:

1.What is the relationship between acceleration and force?

2.What is the relationship between acceleration and mass?

Exit Ticket:

1.What is the scientific unit for pressure?

2.Which scenario exerts a greater pressure on the ground:

a.A woman standing without wearing shoes.

A woman standing wearing 4 inch high-heels

Ch3 and Ch 6 Notes: Ch 3 and 6 notes

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate application of Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion, acceleration=force/mass and terminal velocity by completing a CER focus question and structured practice.

Language Objectives: Students will write to solve questions about Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion, acceleration=force/mass and terminal velocity using the GUESS and CER method on a structured practice.

Bell Work:

A 900,000 kg train accelerates at 1.5 m/s2.

What force does the engine provide?

What is the relationship between the force and acceleration of that train?

Exit Ticket:

A 8 kg ball is falling at terminal velocity.

  1. What is its mass?
  2. What downward force does gravity pull with?
  3. What upward force does air resistance push with?
  4. What is the acceleration?
  5. What is the net force on the ball?

Terminal Velocity Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur40O6nQHsw

 

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate application of Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion, acceleration=force/mass by completing a structured practice.

Language Objectives: Students will write to solve questions about Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion using the GUESS and CER method on a structured practice.

Bell Work:

1.If force doubles, by how much does the acceleration change?

2. If mass doubles, by how much does the acceleration change?

3. If force and mass both double, by how much does the acceleration change?

Exit Ticket:

You throw a ball with 250 N of force and it accelerates at 40 m/s2.  What is its mass?

Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion Class Examples Newton’s 2nd law examples

Monday, November 5, 2018

Content Objectives: Students will demonstrate application of Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion Relationships by completing a structured practice.

Language Objectives: Students will write to answer and solve questions related to Newton’s 2nd Law of motion using complete sentences and the GUESS and CER method on a structured practice.

Bell Work:

  1. What does Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion say?

2. Mr. Vader is pulling a wagon at an acceleration of 4 m/s2? If a dog jumps into the wagon and the mass doubles,  what is the wagon’s new acceleration?

3. Mrs. Z is pulling a wagon at an acceleration of 2 m/s2 and Mr. Vader helps her and the total force triples ☺, what is the wagon’s new acceleration?

Exit Ticket:

1.If force doubles, by how much does the acceleration change?

2. If mass doubles, by how much does the acceleration change?

  1. If force and mass both double, by how much does the acceleration change?