Grade 8 agenda:
Prepare for a short acceleration quiz tomorrow. Be able to:
know the formula for acceleration
calculate acceleration from a word problem
describe 3 conditions under which an object is being accelerated.
describe/explain what is meant by negative acceleration as opposed to positive acceleration
interpret and acceleration graph (speed - time)
interpret a speed graph (distance - time)
Take out your acceleration HW for a desk check.
Please copy the Do Now question (not the table) and complete a solution in your science notebook.
Be sure to title and date the work as follows
Do Now: November 12, 2017
Return of "Forces of Nature" Test
Review of Acceleration Problems:
Student Solutions on White board
Grade 7 Agenda:
If not finished in class:
Your "Eight Station Density Summary" assignment must be complete and turned in tonight.
Your density results must be complete and entered into the Class Data-bank tonight.
Obtain a chrome book.
Open your "Eight Station Density Summary" spreadsheet in google classroom.
Complete the following:
Identify any density value greater than 3.2 or less than 2.1.
If you have no values greater than or less than these, Identify your max and min values for density.
Set up your science notebook to remeasure these (whichever apply to you).
Error Correction Lab:
As discussed last week, all measurement involves error.
You have taken steps to identify your most serious errors in this lab.
You are now tasked with remeasuring and correcting these.
Check of notebook setup.
Proceed to lab with your group in an orderly manner.
Cooperatively re-measure at the station (s) your need.
This may involve some flexibility...
When finished, re-enter your data into the spreadsheet and check that your result is between 3.2 and 2.1 g/cm³.
See me about re-measuring again if needed.
Check you and your partners have identical data and results.
Correct as needed.