Friday, December 14, 2018. Day 5

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

HOMEWORK:

NEWTON AND ME PROJECT DUE THURSDAY, 12/20

  • BEGINNING OF SCHOOL DAY

DO NOW:

COLLECT “CAN NEWTON SAVE ME?

LESSON:

NEWTON AND ME PROJECT

WIN:

Study Period & Extra Help Session

Grade 7 agenda:

Homework:

Worksheet - How do you explain a hot car? due monday

Do Now:

Lesson:

Quiz: Temperature, thermal energy and heat.

Worksheet - How do you explain a hot car? due monday

Thursday, December 13, 2018. Day 4

Grade 7 & 8 Thursday (No WIN)

Band/Chorus 8:25 to 10:05

1st Academic Class 10:05 to 10:40 (35 min)

2nd Academic Class 10:40 to 11:15 (35 min)

Lunch

3rd Academic Class 11:45 to 12:20 (35 min)

4th Academic Class 12:20 to 12:50 (30 min)

5th Academic Class 12:50 to 1:20 (30 min)

6th Academic Class 1:20 to 1:50 (30 min)

1:50 transition to concert

Homeroom:

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

QUIZ: MATTER, THERMAL ENERGY, AND HEAT

Optional: Bring in a favorite drink container for hot beverages

Do Now:

Lesson:

Introduce Cup Experiment

Convection Cycle Diagram (1 class)

Experimental design

Read and review this website on Experimental design

In your science notebook make a title: Designing Experiments

Respond to the following:

  1. What are the eight parts of a scientific experiment discussed in the reading.

  2. What is a hypothesis? What makes a good hypothesis?

  3. what are the three different types of variables in a scientific experiment? (Explain and give an example of each type.)

  4. What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative data? (Explain and use examples to illustrate your response.)

  5. What should a conclusion do?

Quiz Review Resources:

Item 1: Identify the particles that make up different types of matter.

Item 2: Explain what thermal energy is and how it affects the motion of particles in a substance.

Item 3: Identify different states of matter, based diagrams/descriptions of the arrangement of their particles.

Item 4: Identify or state the melting point/boiling point of water in both Celsius and Fahrenheit scales.

Item 5: Define specific heat and interpret specific heat data of different substances listed in a table.

Item 6: Define thermal conductivity and interpret thermal conductivity data of different substances listed in a table.

Item 7: Identify and give examples of thermal conductors and/or insulators.

Item 8: Define thermal expansion and interpret thermal expansion data of different substances listed in a table.

Item 9: Define, identify and differentiate between different types of heat (conduction, convection, radiation).

Class Notes and Practice Worksheet

WIN:

One strange Rock

Grade 8 agenda:

Homework:

NEWTON AND ME PROJECT due Thursday, 12/20

  • beginning of school day

Do Now:

Collect “Can Newton Save Me?

Lesson:

NEWTON AND ME PROJECT

Wednesday, December 12, 2018. Day 3

Grade 7 & 8 Wednesday (No WIN)

Band/Chorus 8:25 to 10:05

1st Academic Class 10:05 to 10:40 (35 min)

2nd Academic Class 10:40 to 11:15 (35 min)

Lunch

3rd Academic Class 11:45 to 12:20 (35 min)

4th Academic Class 12:20 to 1:10 (50 min)

5th Academic Class 1:10 to 2:00 (50 min)

6th Academic Class 2:00 to 2:50 (50 min)

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

NEWTON AND ME PROJECT

  • DUE DATE: ALL WORK FINISHED BEFORE CLASS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2018

Do Now:

Lesson:

project work:

Identify your specific focus.

Frame a research question that requires finding force or acceleration.

Example: What force does my foot exert when I kick a soccer ball?

Poster content:

  • 3 sections (one for each law) each section has its own:

    • Sub-title and definition for the law.

    • paragraph explaining how law relates to the activity (1st and 3rd Law).

      • calculation(s) with description (2nd law)

  • picture, diagram or calculations that illustrate how the law relates to the activity.

Paragraph Planners (1st and 3rd law)

NEWTON AND ME PROJECT

WIN:

Study Period & Extra Help Session

Grade 7 agenda:

Homework:

Quiz: Matter, Thermal Energy, and Heat

Do Now:

Please get out you convection, conduction, and radiation worksheet

Lesson:

Review study Guide - Item by Item

Item 1: Identify the particles that make up different types of matter.

Item 2: Explain what thermal energy is and how it affects the motion of particles in a substance.

Item 3: Identify different states of matter, based diagrams/descriptions of the arrangement of their particles.

Item 4: Identify or state the melting point/boiling point of water in both Celsius and Fahrenheit scales.

Item 5: Define specific heat and interpret specific heat data of different substances listed in a table.

Item 6: Define thermal conductivity and interpret thermal conductivity data of different substances listed in a table.

Item 7: Identify and give examples of thermal conductors and/or insulators.

Item 8: Define thermal expansion and interpret thermal expansion data of different substances listed in a table.

Item 9: Define, identify and differentiate between different types of heat (conduction, convection, radiation).

Class Notes and Practice Worksheet

Tuesday, December 11, 2018. Day 2

Grade 7 (Humanities Monday, SMIMPS Tuesday)

Period 1 Class: 8:25 to 8:55 (split)

Band (Monday) Chorus (Tuesday) 8:55 to 9:15, (All others) Study Period 8:55 to 9:15

P/A 9:15 to 10:05

Period 1 Class 10:05 to 10:25 (split) (50 min)

Period 3 Class 10:25 to 11:15 (50 min)

Lunch

Then as normal.

Homeroom:

Reminder - SC Yankee Swap this Wednesday. Please bring $10 max gift wrapped with NO NAME on it. 

IF THEY DO NOT HAVE A GIFT, THEY CAN NOT HAVE FUN WITH THE YANKEE SWAP.

Grade 7 Agenda:

Homework:

Convection, Conduction Radiation Worksheet

  • Due tomorrow

Quiz Thursday: Matter, Thermal Energy, and Heat

Do Now:

You are building a house. You want to make a floor out of a material that will absorb a lot of heat through sunny windows and store it without becoming too hot. Identify a material you would recommend for this purpose and explain why you would select it.

Specific Heat table.jpg

Lesson:

Conduction, convection, and radiation

definitions

examples

demonstrations

Quiz Thursday

Study Guide

WIN:

Study Period & Extra Help Session

Grade 8 agenda:

Homework:

Do Now:

Open your science notebook and create a new heading

Newton and Me Project: Dec. 11, 2018

brainstorm and list activities, hobbies, sports, etc where you use force and motion

identify and describe how you do so as you come up with new ideas

Lesson:

Pass back and go over Newton’s 1st and 2nd law quiz

Newton and Me Project

Due Date: All work finished before class: Thursday, December 20, 2018

Begin Work

Monday, December 10, 2018 Day 1

Homeroom:

Grade 8 Agenda:

Homework:

Can Newton Save Me?

  • due tomorrow

Questions RE: Greek and Latin Final Test

  • Make and appointment to see me during WIN block

Do Now:

Please open your notes from Thursday

Lesson:

Missing R/C Check:

READWORKS: CRASHING, JUMPING, FALLING

SLANT: FREE-FALLING

Pass back and go over Newton’s 1st & 2nd Quiz

Can Newton Save Me?

WIN:

Study Period & Extra Help Session

Grade 7 agenda:

Homework:

Quiz Thursday: Matter, Thermal Energy, and Heat

Questions RE: Greek and Latin Final Test

  • Make and appointment to see me during WIN block

Do Now:

Please get out thermal expansion worksheet

  • (due Friday)

Please get out your classwork (Heat reading and Notes) assigned Friday

READ “HEAT” IN MOTION FORCES AND ENERGY (CHAPTER 6, SECTION 2, P.162-167).

  • COPY THE QUESTIONS INTO YOUR SCIENCE NOTEBOOK AND ANSWER THEM.

  • SKIP 3 SPACES AFTER EACH RESPONSE.

  • FOR Q.5 MAKE THE TABLE BUT DO NOT COPY THE QUESTION.

  • COMPLETE #’S 1- 5

  • STUDY OR READ AS TIME PERMITS.

Lesson:

HEAT: Open Notes Comprehension Quiz

  • HW check as students work

go over Thermal expansion worksheet

Quiz Thursday: Matter, Thermal Energy, and Heat

SLANT: HEAT

  • Conduction

  • Radiation

  • Convection

Friday, December 7, 2018. Day 6

Homeroom:

Grade 7 agenda:

EQ: how does energy AFFECT matter?

All student’s are reminded to respect the substitute teacher.

Homework:

Complete Heat Questions as assigned in today’s lesson (below).

Due Monday

Do Now:

Copy HW into YOUR assignment notebook.

Lesson:

Read “Heat” in Motion Forces and Energy (chapter 6, Section 2, p.162-167).

  • Copy the questions into your science notebook and answer them.

  • Skip 3 spaces after each response.

  • For Q.5 make the table but do not copy the question.

  • complete #’s 1- 5

  • Study or read as time permits.

WIN:

Grade 8 agenda:

All student’s are reminded to respect the substitute teacher.

EQ: How are motion, forces and energy related?

Homework:

Readworks: Crashing, Jumping, Falling

Do Now:

Obtain a chrome book

Begin work.

Lesson:

Reflect on mistakes you made in the last readworks assignment.

Read and complete Readworks: Crashing, Jumping, Falling

This assignment is due before school Monday

Required: Enter Answer into this google form

If time permits, students may work on “Can Newton Save Me”

Dear Substitue:

Student’s may use a chrome book for the readworks but must be monitored.

Any mis-use must be reported to me for further action.

Take the chrome book away from any student who is off task and report that to me please.

Thursday, December 6, 2018. Day 5

Instructor:

Work packet: mp jd rp ls lh/ca js 

cb 1day

Homeroom:

Grade 8 agenda:

EQ: How are energy force and motion related?

Homework:

Readworks: Crashing, Jumping, Falling

  • Read tonight.

  • Question set Due Monday

  • Required: Enter Answer into google form

  • The form will be OPENed for work in class tomorrow.

DO NOW:

Obtain a chromebook

log in and get your results from the Lebron James RC

MAKE A LIST OF ACTIVITIES YOU PARTICIPATE IN THAT INVOLVE MOTION.
EMPHASIZE THINGS YOU
·    ENJOY
·    WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT
·    IMPROVE IN

Lesson:

Review Lebron RC

problems:

  • incorrect answers - read text closely

  • not identifying best quote

  • inappropriate quote

  • no quote or failure to identify “quotes”

  • no tTQA

SLANT:

NEWTON'S THIRD LAW

UNDERSTANDING ACTION AND REACTION

  • Action: APPLIED FORCE

  • Reaction: NORMAL FORCE

  • FORCE PAIR

ACTION AND REACTION DON'T CANCEL!

  • ACT ON DIFFERENT OBJECTS

  • ACTION - APPLIED FORCE ON AN OBJECT

  • REACTION - NORMAL FORCE ON THE OBJECT THAT APPLIED THE ORIGINAL FORCE

Newtonian Couplets

State action and reaction in a single sentence constructed from 2 clauses

  • I push on the wall - so - the wall pushes back on me.

  • The balloon pushes out air - so - the air pushes the balloon forward.

SELECTED EXAMPLES OF THIRD LAW: Physics for Fun 3rd Law

  • THIRD LAW AND WALKING

  • THIRD LAW AND ROCKETS

Yet another Newton’s Third Law Video

FREE-FALLing

WEIGHT IS REALLY NORMAL FORCE PUSHING ON US

WEIGHTLESSNESS IS REALLY LACK OF NORMAL FORCE

Video explanation

So you want to experience zero G

Newton’s Third Law Video

WIN:

Grade 7 agenda:

EQ: How does energy affect matter?

Homework:

Thermal expansion reading and COMPREHENSION Questions

  • due tomorrow

Do Now:

Please get out your Insulators and conductors worksheet

Lesson:

INSULATORS AND CONDUCTORS

Thermal Expansion

Demonstration

Reading and Comprehension Questions due tomorrow

  • or Discussion ITP

Wednesday, December 5, 2018. Day 4

Homeroom:

Grade 7 agenda:

EQ:

Homework:

No Homework tonight unless you have not completed the Bicycling and heat in new york city

Type all responses in this google form!

Original Article and questions

Review list of done and not done…

Do Now:

Please get out your plot of the temperature of oil versus water

Paste it into your science notebook after the data table.

Copy and respond to the following question:

In this experiment we added equal amounts of thermal energy to similar quantities of water and vegetable oil. Why did one heat up so much more than the other?

Use and underline the following terms in your response:

  • heat

  • thermal energy

  • specific heat

  • temperature

Lesson:

Discuss “Do Now” responses

Paired reading:

Insulators and Conductors

READING and worksheet

Demonstrations of Thermal Conductivity as time permits

WIN:

Grade 8 agenda:

EQ:

Homework:

No Homework

DO NOW:

GET OUT YOUR NEWTON'S THIRD LAW NOTES

You may use your notes to answer these comprehension questions in a google form.

 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH NEWTON'S THIRD LAW

·    ARRANGE THE CLASSROOM IN A CIRCULAR FORMAT.

·    STUDENTS WILL SIT ACROSS A TABLE IN PAIRS.

·    DISCUSS AND COMPARE CONTENT FROM NEWTON'S THIRD LAW NOTES

·    ALTER OR REVISE AS YOU SEE FIT.

·    EVERY 90 SECONDS YOU WILL SWITCH ONE SEAT TO THE RIGHT AND REPEAT WITH A NEW PARTNER.

NOTAS AD REDIGENDUM (REDUCE TO NOTES):

NEWTON'S THIRD LAW

UNDERSTANDING ACTION AND REACTION

·    APPLIED FORCE

·    NORMAL FORCE

·    FORCE PAIR

ACTION AND REACTION DON'T CANCEL!

·    ACT ON DIFFERENT OBJECTS

·    ACTION - APPLIED FORCE ON AN OBJECT

·    REACTION - NORMAL FORCE ON THE OBJECT THAT APPLIED THE ORIGINAL FORCE

EXAMPLES OF THIRD LAW - VIDEO:

·    THIRD LAW AND WALKING

·    THIRD LAW AND ROCKETS

·    FREE-FALL

WEIGHT IS REALLY NORMAL FORCE PUSHING ON US

WEIGHTLESSNESS IS REALLY LACK OF NORMAL FORCE

Tuesday, December 4, 2018. Day 3

Homeroom:

Grade 8 agenda:

EQ:

Homework:

Read and Take Notes: Newton’s Third Law due tomorrow.

Reading and Guiding Questions

Do Now:

Clear your space for a quiz.

Calculator ready please

cell phone in airplane mode is acceptable

Lesson:

Quiz: Forces and Newton’s 1st and 2nd Law

WIN:

Study and Conference

Grade 7 agenda:

EQ: How does energy affect matter?

Homework:

graph class data tonight

  • water vs vegetable Oil

  • graph axis’ provided

Reflect: How did your prediction compare to the real data?

Do Now:

Please open up to the graphs you finished and pasted into your notebooks.

Under the second graph (experiment data) do the following:

COPY AND RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING PROMPT.

EACH BEAKER HAD THE SAME AMOUNT OF THERMAL ENERGY ADDED TO IT. WHY DID ONE BEAKER HEAT UP MORE THAN THE OTHER?

USE AND UNDERLINE THE FOLLOWING TERMS IN YOUR RESPONSE.

  • THERMAL ENERGY

  • PARTICLES

  • AVERAGE

  • TOTAL

  • TEMPERATURE

 

Lesson:

Review specific heat worksheet.

  • Collect sheet

students to set up a data table

  • See sample on board

Collect data from experiment

  • students to copy from board

graph this data tonight

  • graph axis’ provided

Reflect: How did your prediction compare to the real data?

Monday, December 3, 2018. Day 2

Homeroom:

Grade 7 agenda:

EQ: How does energy affect matter?

Homework:

Read and Complete: CR - Specific Heat

  • due tomorrow

HEAT ENERGY AND BICYCLING IN NEW YORK CITY - DUE today

  • finish if you did not already!!!

Do Now:

Please get out your changes of state graphic Organizer

copy homework and leave your assignment notebook open for verification.

Lesson:

Go over changes of state graphic Organizer

HW CHECK: GRAPH OF TWO BEAKERS

RUN EXPERIMENT, COLLECT DATA

  • COPY LAB DATA FROM BOARD into your assignment notebook.

GRAPH CLASS DATA

  • Use the GRID provided

  • JUST PLOT POINTS

    • DO NOT ADD A “LINE” CONNECTING THEM

Predicting How 2 Different Beakers of Water Will Heat Up.JPG

Adding a Line of best fit

Wrap Up!

PASTE YOUR “Prediction GRAPH” INTO YOUR SCIENCE NOTEBOOK at the top of a new PAGe

  • label it “prediction”

PASTE your actual graph under it.

  • label it “Actual”

Under this, copy and respond to the following prompt.

Each BEAKER HAD the same amount of thermal energy added to it. Why did one beaker heat up more than the other?

respond in your SCIENCE NOTEBOOK using full sentences.

  • Use and underline the FOLLOWING terms in your response.

    • thermal energy

    • particles

    • average

    • total

    • temperature

WIN:

Our Second Step Theme is developing a growth mindset.

  • Learn Something New

Grade 8 agenda:

EQ: How are FORCE AND motion RELATED?

Homework:

NEWTON’S 1ST AND 2ND LAW QUIZ - TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4

Do Now:

Lesson:

Newton’s Second Law Calculation Practice II

  • Review problems on the board.

Friction Assignment Review

Practice Quiz Problems