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Unit 1, Day 1: Momentum HW Due: N/A January 13 th (odd) or 14 th (even)
Agenda Seating Chart and Attendance (2 min) Welcome Back (5 min) Announcements (7 min) Intro Activity for Momentum (10 min) Booklet Notes for Momentum (12 min) Practice for Momentum (15 min) Update Learning Log (3 min) Break (5 min) Project Description (20 min) Project Research(23 min) Write Down Assigned HW (3 min)
Seating Chart & Attendance Please sit in your old seat Seating charts are temporary until project groups are made (which require work on your part)
Welcome Back! Discuss with neighbors: If you had to repeat one of the days from Winter Break, which day would it be and why? Let everyone share for one minute! Share out with class.
Announcements Pick up slingshot art by Friday 1/17. Winning tickets on the DP. Updated Office Hours: Monday Morning: 8 AM – 9 AM Wednesday Afternoon: 4 PM – 5 PM Thursday Afternoon: 4 PM – 5 PM Friday Morning: 9 AM – 10 AM New Office Hour Policy: Students with academic grades lower than 75% will be required to attend office hours at least once a week until grade is adjusted. Academic: Essential Skills Part of Grade
Announcements New Policy: Dress Code Collar must be seen, even if you have a hoodie on New Policy: Behavioral Reflection Will be enforced this semester Warning Teacher Discussion Reflection Hour Served during same time as Office Hours You will write a reflection and then debrief with teacher If you get a 3 rd BR parent call home If you do not serve BR within one week parent call home
Announcements New Policy: Homework You have a new YouTube Video homework due each day When you walk into class, you will take a homework quiz Homework quiz is open note Notes must be in the booklet (to be described) DP Information Do not go to YouTube Channel to get homework First go to DP, since sometimes there will be additional homework assignments Information on all documents. NO EXCUSES!
What Do You Already Know? (TPS) Notebook Date: 1/13 or 1/14 In your notebook, take a couple minutes to write down: What do you think “momentum” means? When has you heard the term used? Share with your neighbor your thoughts Share out to the class
Intro Activity for Momentum Crumple up a piece of paper to the size of a tennis ball Notebook Write down observations from activity Activity #1: Throw paper ball as hard as possible at a group member. Throw tennis ball as hard as possible without causing injury at a group member. Write down observations. Activity #2: Throw tennis ball slowly as possible at a group member. Throw tennis ball as hard as possible without causing injury at a group member. Write down observations.
Intro Activity Reflection – Think Pair Share Based on that activity, brainstorm about and answer the following question: If a semi truck and a car are moving toward you at the same speed (let’s say 5 mph), which one would be more difficult to stop? Why? Assume you can survive the impact…
Intro Activity Reflection – Think Pair Share Based on that activity, brainstorm about and answer the following question: If two identical cars are moving toward you at different speeds (let’s say 5 mph and 50 mph), which one would be more difficult to stop? Why? Assume you can survive the impact…
Making the Booklet Stack the papers as shown and then line them up:
Making the Booklet Now fold over the top part and line up as shown. Staple top as closely as possible
Making the Booklet SEMESTER 2 UNIT 1 MOMENTUM John Doe Period 1-3
Notes on Momentum Left Numbers always represent the upper page Right Numbers always represent the lower page Show how to number these Writing on the upper portion (Page 1) Write neatly Try to make your notes look exactly like mine
Update Learning Log Put 1/13 or 1/14 in the “DATE:” row of the first column Rate how you well you think you academically know: Knowledge Target 1: I can define and solve for momentum. Rate 5-9 5: “I have no idea what’s happening” 6: “I get momentum, but can’t solve it” 7: “I can sometimes understand and solve problems” 8: “I usually can understand and solve problems” 9: “I always can understand and solve problems” 10: Do not rate yourself as a 10. This is for exams and projects. You can always improve!
Break 5 minute break
Project Description Your Mission: Tell a story and enlighten your peers about one of the following human rights issues. Please note that you should be advocating for the OPPOSITE (so if you think any of these are not issues: don’t choose those ones and start having real conversations with someone that has dealt with the following):
Project Description Discrimination based on disability (also called ableism)
Project Description Discrimination based on sexual orientation
Project Description Lack of Access to Adequate Housing
Project Description Lack of Access to Health Care
Project Description Lack of Access to Quality Education
Project Description Racial Disparity in Sentencing
Project Description Lack of a Living Wage
Project Description Lack of Access to Quality Food
Project Description Human Trafficking
Project Description Racial Profiling
Project Description Domestic Violence
Project Description **Note: If you are interested in a different topic, you MUST discuss it with Mrs. Larkin to be approved to ensure it is in fact a HUMAN RIGHTS issue.
The Deliverable Enlightening Entertainment To Enlighten: Give someone greater knowledge & understanding about a subject or situation
The Deliverable Enlighten your peers about a human rights issue while entertaining them with a Rube Goldberg Machine. This type of machine is named after Reuben Goldberg ( ), a cartoonist and engineer famous for his cartoons that showed complex gadgets that completed simple tasks.
Due Dates Start of Wed (1/15) or Thu (1/15): Completed research worksheet (EACH) Start of Fri (1/17): Completed brainstorming worksheet from (EACH) End of Thu (1/23) or Fri (1/24): Two steps are built and function. End of Fri (1/31): Four steps are built and function. Rough draft of presentation. End Wed (2/5) or Thu (2/6): Six steps are built and function. Start Mon (2/10) or Tue (2/11): All eight or more steps are built and function. Final draft of presentation completed. (EACH) member’s descriptions and calculations of potential energy, kinetic energy, and work changes in the project are turned in.
Guidelines Platform: 2ft x 2ft x 2ft (you’re responsible for height) The Task: relevant to human rights topic Disability: light, Sexual Orientation: Balance, Housing: Key Drop Starting Step: One human action Number of Steps: 8 or more Definition of Step: Cause and Effect Required Steps: Rising and Falling One object reaches height of 2 ft, One object reaches height of 0 ft
Guidelines Prohibited Types of Steps: Electrical or Chemical Decoration: Each step must be decorated in a high quality manner that represents a piece of the story of your human rights topic. (Tells a story) Time: 30 seconds – 5 minutes
Presentation Speech: Story of human rights issue relating to each step of the Rube Goldberg 3-5 minutes long Each person speaks for equal amount of time Speech can take longer than the actual RG Attempts: 1 st attempt fails one free restart. 5 minutes to trouble shoot, then 2 nd attempt starts. Operation: Only interaction is first step.
Construction Materials Safe Materials: cardboard, wood, Styrofoam, paint, magnets, straws, paper clips, string, coins, balloons, rubber bands, sand, toothpicks, marbles, nuts and bolts, plastic containers, plastic tubing, etc. Prohibited Materials: firecrackers, fire, dangerous chemicals, unsafe items. Also Prohibited: power tools (other than glue guns), any part of “Mousetrap” Diversity of Materials: cannot be built from only one material
Expectations Work Time: Also work outside of class. Construction due at end of period, so walk into class prepared to finish stage during class. Supplies: Basic supplies will be available, but no guarantees. You are responsible for add. materials that you want. Stealing: Stealing or “borrowing” other groups’ materials results in a referral to the office with a likely suspension as well as a major point reduction on the machine. If anyone sees this behavior and does not report it, they will receive the same treatment. This behavior will not be tolerated.
Checklist Don’t Lose the Checklist! (It should stay attached to your project packet anyways, so don’t lose that either).
Contract Understand rules, guidelines, & expectations No “borrowing” or destroying other groups’ stuff Individual credit: human rights topic research, Rube Goldberg idea research, calculations, descriptions (of PE, KE, and work) Group Credit: Machine and presentation. Divide work evenly; you will grade each other. Uncooperative members will be removed and do the project alone for a max of 70% credit.
Contract Once you get your group assignments: Circle your period Date: 1/13 or 1/14 Print your names neatly Then sign your names
Grouping You will list three human rights topics that you find interesting. You will then do research on each of the topics. Students who turn in completed, high-quality research will be given priority for the groups they would like to be in. Low-quality or absent research will result in you being randomly placed. Due Wednesday 1/15 or Thursday 1/16
Project Research Research the 3 Human Rights Topics that you are interested in. Find 3 credible articles and fill in the table summaries for them. You may use computers or electronics. Texting or other social media use of phones will result in them being taken away and given to the principal’s office.
Homework Write down in homework planner (also found on DP) YouTube Video for Impulse Take notes for Wed/Thu’s quiz Finish “Human Rights Topics Research Worksheet” Due Wed/Thu major factor in whether you get a topic you like