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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)
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
IP Warmup Describe what happens to refracted light. Light and Color Notes Refraction, Transmission, and Color Worksheets Great America Field.
Waves and Energy Physics, Grade 8. Types of Waves Mechanical Waves need matter (medium) to travel through Mechanical Waves need matter (medium) to travel.
How can we see and hear Adele? Title: Physics Assignment: WAVES (P3)
Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Ch. 17. What is an electromagnetic wave? A transverse wave A wave that consists of vibrating electric and magnetic.
Waves & Sound Part I - Characteristics of Waves Learning Goal SOL PS 8 – The student will investigate and understand characteristics of sound and technological.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum Chapter 6 Activity 4.
Waves Mr. King. What are WAVES? 1. The definition of a wave is? Energy that causes something to move a distance. 2. List some waves we will be exploring.
The Study of the Sun ES 24 Astronomy 2. The Study of Light Astronomy 2 ES 24.1 Day.
Bellringer What is the relationship between an object and the sound waves it creates during a sonic boom?
Characteristics of waves Pg. 47. Daily Science pg. 48 Name the two main types of waves. What are the two sub categories of waves? Draw the two types of.
EM waves are transverse waves Journal Entry Essential Questions How are electromagnetic waves and mechanical wave alike and different? What are.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum The Nature of Electromagnetic Waves Waves of the Electromagnetic Spectrum Producing Visible Light Wireless Communication Table.
Fundamentals of Light. Light Light is not only comprised of the light we can see (visible light), but also other types of light waves, called EM waves.
Waves, Sound, and Light Chapter 3. Bell Work 11/29/10 Please get a new bell work sheet. Write each statement then decide if they are true or false, if.
WAVES. Waves can be… Water waves Sound waves Light waves Earthquake waves Waves in a slinky Stadium waves.
Mon Feb 10 1.TEST (earthquakes moved to Sound test) 2.Asst: (a) Guided notes on SOUND 3.Need to turn in All self-check questions ALL Handouts Anything.
1.New seating chart?? 2.Binders – START SCHEDULES ON A NEW BLANK SHEET OF PAPER!! You MAY take the first semester schedules & assts out, bundle them together,
Chapter 20. What do you think of when you hear the word wave? Write a brief description of what you know about them.
Plate Tectonics. Day 1- 1/8/14 Science Starter: Listen to story. Discussion.
How do you LIGHT Up your world ? Part I-Virginia SOL 5.3 Examining Light 2004 with Hands-On Activities Compiled by, Marjorie Anne Wallace Elementary Science.
Waves, Sound and Light Chapters 15 and 16. Standards: SPS9. Students will investigate the properties of waves. SPS9a. Recognize that all waves transfer.
Waves Energy is sometimes transferred from place to place by traveling in waves. Sound and light travel in waves. Some substances transport energy through.
Investigations 3 and 4 Review. Investigation 3 I can build a series circuit and explain how the electricity flows through it. I can build a parallel circuit.
Video Field Trip: Fireball 1. How did scientists discover the activity of the sun’s core? 2. How do auroras occur?
Chapter 11 Sound and Light Beginning on page 35 of your packet.
4 days Day 1 Day 2 Day 3Day 4. Are you Getting Sleepy? Wednesday February 29th, 2012 Warm-up: (all paste- ins go on 21) (1) What is wavelength? (2) What.
P1.5.1 General Properties of waves Mr D Powell Mr Powell 2012 Index Connection Connect your learning to the content of the lesson Share the process by.
October 11 and October 14 UNIT 2.8 THE GLASS MENAGERIE.
The electro-magnetic spectrum. Key facts All the waves travel at the same speed – around km/s.
1. Current technologies associated with information transfer may use waves of one form or another Soundtrack: Bitter Sweet Symphony images from SciArt.
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