## 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.

## 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

## 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

Due Friday

4-squares waves

## 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?

## 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.

## 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?

Turn in quiz.

## 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?

Lab report

## Homework:

Study your notes for Friday’s quiz.

## 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.

## 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.

## 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?

## 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