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IP No School – Snow Day
IP No School – Snow Day
IP Warmup Magnetism Discussion Short Circuit
IP Warmup Movie Discussion Short Circuit
IP Warmup Finish Short Circuit Cleanup Binders/Binder Check Magnetism Notes Worksheet
IP Warmup What are the three magnetic metals? Earth’s Magnetism Lab
IP Warmup Describe how 2 magnets interact. Post Lab Questions Due/Class Discussion Magnetism Quiz Magnetism Worksheet Magnetism and Electricity Notes
IP Warmup Explain why the Earth has a magnetic field. Electromagnet Notes Begin Electromagnet Lab Binder Check Tomorrow
IP Warmup What is the relationship between the number of wrapped coils and the strength of an electromagnet? Complete Electromagnet Lab Complete lab questions and graph
IP No School Teacher Institute
IP No School MLK Day
IP Warmup What information are you graphing for the electromagnet lab? Complete electromagnet lab Graphing
IP Warmup What is a speaker? Electromagnet Lab Due Intro Speaker Lab Begin Lab
IP Warmup Explain how a speaker works. Continue Speaker Lab Magnetism and electromagnetism investigation Waves introduction
IP Warmup What challenges are you experiencing in the speaker lab? Binder Check Continue Working on Speaker Lab
IP Warmup Describe the interaction between the electromagnet and permanent magnets in a speaker. Complete Speaker Lab and Analysis Questions
IP Warmup What are 2 things you learned from the speaker lab? IP Post Test Waves Notes
IP Warmup What is a wave? Waves Notes Period and Frequency Worksheet
IP Warmup What is the relationship between period and frequency? Review Frequency and Period Worksheet Wave Worksheets Velocity Calculations
IP Warmup What are the units for wave velocity, frequency and wavelength? Wave Velocity Worksheet Due Speed, Frequency, Wavelength Calculations Worksheet
IP Warmup What is the relationship between wavelength and frequency? Calculations Worksheet Due Slinky Lab
IP Warmup What did you learn from the Slinky Lab? Complete Slinky Lab Discussion
IP Warmup Pompeii Video
IP Warmup None Complete Pompeii What is your reaction to the video? How does this tie into the waves unit?
IP No School – P/T Conferences
IP No School
IP Warmup How do you measure the wavelength of a wave? Waves Discussion/Reinforce Concepts Waves Worksheet #1
IP Warmup What is the difference in wave movement in a transverse and compression wave? Wave Worksheet #2
IP Warmup What is the amplitude of a wave? Waves Review Waves Quiz Tuesday
IP Warmup What is the difference between a compression and a rarefaction? Waves Quiz STEM Reading
IP Warmup What is an earthquake? Earthquakes
IP Warmup How many seismographs are needed to locate an earthquake? Locating an Earthquake Worksheet Compass practice
IP Warmup Does a p-wave or s-wave move faster, why? Binder Check Locating an Earthquake Lab
IP Warmup What type of wave is a sound wave? Sound Project Group selection Begin research
IP Warmup List one fact you learned about your topic yesterday. Continue Sound Project Research
IP Warmup What needs to be accomplished today in order for your project to be completed on Friday? Continue Sound Project (Presentations begin on Friday) http://www.nasa.gov/
IP Warmup What is the greatest challenge your group experienced in completing this project? Continue Sound Project (Presentations begin on Friday)
IP Warmup Explain how your project fits into the waves unit. Sound Project Presentations
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IP Warmup none Sound Project Presentations
IP Warmup none Sound Presentations Complete Pitch Packet
IP Warmup What is the relationship between pitch and frequency? Pitch worksheets Due How Do We Hear worksheets
IP Warmup Describe the frequency and wavelength of a sound wave with a high pitch. Binder Check Lab Points Recovery Day NO PASS FRIDAY
IP Warmup What do you remember about the Electromagnetic Spectrum? Sound Review Worksheet Electromagnetic Spectrum Introduction
IP Warmup Describe the relationship between frequency and strength of radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum. Electromagnetic Spectrum Video Electromagnetic Spectrum Wrksht 1
IP Warmup List the waves of the electromagnetic spectrum in order from longest wavelength to shortest. Electromagnetic Spectrum Wrksht 1
IP Warmup What are the colors of the visible light spectrum? Review ES Worksheet 1 Electromagnetic Magnetic Spectrum Worksheet 2
IP Warmup Explain why UV rays are stronger than infrared using frequency and wavelength. Review ES worksheet 1 Electromagnetic Spectrum Quiz ES Reading and Worksheets
IP Warmup What makes visible light different than the other types electromagnetic radiation? Light Notes Light Worksheet (Behavior of Light)
IP Warmup What happens when you combine all the colors of the visible light spectrum? IMC Explore Learning – Additive Colors Lab
IP Warmup none IMC Explore Learning – Color Absorption Lab
IP Warmup none IMC Explore Learning – Color Absorption Lab All Explore Learning Labs Due Earthweek Reading – Extra Credit
IP Warmup What is the relationship between the color of glass and the light that is transmitted? Review and Discuss Explore Learning Labs
Monday January 6, 2014 Chem/Phys No School – Snow Day.
Standards and Vocab Waves. Standards Students will explore the wave nature of sound and electromagnetic radiation. a. Identify the characteristics of.
Chapter 1: Waves Review PowerPoint. Amplitude is a measure of what in a wave? Amplitude measures the amount of energy in a wave.
WAVES, SOUND, AND LIGHT Students will explore the wave nature of sound and electromagnetic radiation.
Waves S8P4: Students will explore the wave nature of sound and electromagnetic radiation.
Explain important properties of the electromagnetic spectrum Describe the important characteristics of light Discuss and calculate the speed of.
WAVES Properties and Characteristics. What is a wave? A wave can be described as a disturbance that travels through a medium from one location to another.
How can we see and hear Adele? Title: Physics Assignment: WAVES (P3)
Waves include Transverse Waves Crests Troughs Longitudinal Waves Compressions Rarefactions Surface Waves Combinations of transverse and longitudinal waves.
Waves: An introduction Fri, 1/9 Mon, 1/12. Entry Task: In your journal, complete this entry task! Draw the concept map and fill in the blanks.
Unit 9 – Lecture 1. Waves rhythmic disturbances which transmit energy through a medium [substance – solid, liquid, or gas] ex: light & sound [note: sound.
Waves Unit 1: Lessons 1-2. What are waves? A wave is a disturbance that transfers energy from one place to another A medium is the material through which.
Light WavesSound WavesWave FeaturesComparisonsSeeing Waves
WAVES 11/16/15. Waves What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word waves?
Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Ch. 17. What is an electromagnetic wave? A transverse wave A wave that consists of vibrating electric and magnetic.
Properties of Light Waves Characteristics of Light.
Transverse and Longitudinal Wave Behaviors Physics 7(C)
Waves and Energy Physics, Grade 8. Types of Waves Mechanical Waves need matter (medium) to travel through Mechanical Waves need matter (medium) to travel.
Waves, Sound, Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Notes.
Light Introduction General Information. Light is a Wave Exactly as ocean waves, sound waves, slinky waves... Amplitude Wavelength Frequency Wave speed.
Kinds of Radiant Energy Infrared RaysRadio Waves Ultraviolet raysX-rays.
Friday, Nov. 14 th (A day) Monday, Nov. 17 th (B day)
The Doppler Effect Solar System Day 3. Solar System Day 3- Objectives Describe how the _____________________ can be used to study the movement of objects.
Electromagnetic spectrum. Visible light λ ≈ 700 nmλ ≈ 420 nm.
This screen will disappear in 3 minutes. Seconds Remaining. Draw a diagram of a wave.
What is a Wave? Sound and Light are forms of energy that travel in waves A wave is a repeating disturbance or movement that transfers energy through matter.
What are Waves? Waves are an important part of the Earth, and they’re not just in the water!
What are waves Waves are an important part of the Earth, and not just in the water.
Atomic Structure I. Opener Copy the question and your answer How many protons, neutrons and electrons does Iron-56 contain?
J. Tobler. What is a Wave? A disturbance that carries energy through matter or space. They carry energy without transporting matter Waves can do work!
Wave Basics – Day 1. Fill in the blank: Waves transmit ________. energy.
Explain & Draw each of the following Transparent, translucent, opaque Electromagnetic spectrum Conduction, convection, radiation Series & parallel circuit.
Final Jeopardy Terms.
We are beginning a new unit: Waves, Light, & Sound Introductory Video.
Starter 1. The lowest pitch that the average human can hear has a frequency of 20.0 Hz. If sound with this frequency travels through air with a speed of.
Aim: How can we explain the Electromagnetic Spectrum? Do Now: A light wave in a vacuum is traveling with a frequency of 6.2 x Hz. What is the wavelength?
Study Guide Practice Each item on the study guide should come from an assignment or notes. Can you find it? Define mechanical wave: Transverse waves.
WAVES part I. (Note: light and ANY E&M wave are synonymous in physics. If you mean just that limited portion of the spectrum which humans can see, you.
Light, color, and frequency pg. 71. Objectives Describe a light wave. Understand qualitatively the relationship between color, frequency, and wavelength.
IP Warmup Describe what happens to refracted light. Light and Color Notes Refraction, Transmission, and Color Worksheets Great America Field.
1) wavelength 2) frequency 3) period 4) amplitude 5) energy The distance between successive wave crests defines the ________ of a wave. Question 1.
4-1 Radiant Energy. Waves Light travels in Waves similar to ocean waves Light waves are electromagnetic and consist of an electric and magnetic fields.
Electromagnetic Waves. EM waves – waves that DO NOT need a medium to travel through, they can travel through a vacuum (empty space) Examples of EM.
Waves – from GCSE What you need to know before you move into AS waves.
Unit 4: Waves Physics 313: Fall Agenda 10/26/2015 Review Unit 3 Exams Intro to Waves!! – Wavy Lab Complete Analysis Questions for Lab.
Identify the following parts of a wave: 1. A to E 2. B 3. D 4. The line connecting A and G 5. The distance from F to the line.
WELCOME! Our Sun is the major source of energy for our planet. Consider all you know about the Sun and it’s energy and answer these questions: 1. What.
Standard: S8P4 Students will explore the wave nature of sound and electromagnetic radiation. Ear canal– A narrow region leading from the outside of the.
EM Waves Friday, April 15, Unit 11: Waves Friday, 4/15 Upcoming dates: Tuesday, 4/19 – EM Spectrum/Optics quiz – cancelled only one quiz this.
Welcome! Sound and Light. Ducky-WavesRefraction, Absorption, transmission, Reflection Electromagnetic Spectrum Frequency, Wavelength, Amplitude, Speed.
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