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Jason April 21 What is energy? What is energy? Workbook 37 Workbook 37
Jason April 20th How do we use levers? How do we use levers? Read pages Read pages Questions 223 Questions 223
Jason April 21st How do we use levers? How do we use levers? Workbook 38 Workbook 38
Jason April 22nd What is mechanical advantage? What is mechanical advantage? Read pages Read pages Questions 226 Questions 226
Jason April 23rd What is mechanical advantage? What is mechanical advantage? Workbook 39 Workbook 39
Jason April 24th What are some other kinds of simple machines? What are some other kinds of simple machines? Read pages Read pages Questions 234 Questions 234
Jason April 27th What are some other kinds of simple machines? What are some other kinds of simple machines? Resource File 17 see page 229 Resource File 17 see page 229 Workbook 40 Workbook 40
Jason April 28th What is a review of work and machines? What is a review of work and machines? Read page 235 Read page 235 Questions Questions
Jason April 29th What is mastery of work and machines? What is mastery of work and machines? Reflection Chapter 8 Reflection Chapter 8
Jason April 30th What is heat? What is heat? Read pages Read pages Questions 243 Questions 243
Jason May 1 What is heat? What is heat? Workbook 41 Workbook 41
Alexia April 21 What are volcanoes? What are volcanoes? Questions page 312 Questions page 312 Read pages Read pages Questions page 316 Questions page 316
Alexia April 21 What are volcanoes? What are volcanoes? Workbook 51 Workbook 51
Alexia April 22 What are mountains? What are mountains? Read pages Read pages Questions page 319 Questions page 319
Alexia April 23 What are mountains? What are mountains? Workbook 52 Workbook 52
Alexia April 24 What are earthquakes ? What are earthquakes ? Read pages Read pages Questions page 326 Questions page 326
Alexia April 27th What are earthquakes ? What are earthquakes ? Workbook 53 Workbook 53
Alexia April 28th What is a review of forces in the earth? What is a review of forces in the earth? Read pages 329 Read pages 329 Questions Questions
Alexia April 29th What is mastery of forces in the earth? What is mastery of forces in the earth? Reflection Chapter 13 Reflection Chapter 13
Alexia April 30th What is the rock record? What is the rock record? Read pages Read pages Questions pages 337 Questions pages 337
Alexia May 1 What is the rock record? What is the rock record? Workbook 54 Workbook 54
Levers. Definition A simple machine A board or bar that rests on a turning point called the fulcrum Used to change the amount, the strength and the direction.
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Simple Machines. Definitions Simple machine—A machine that makes work easier by multiplying a force or changing the direction of a force Effort– work.
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I. What is a Machine? A. Machine is anything that helps us do work. B. They multiply or change the direction of force.
Determine the amount of force needed to do work using different simple machines.
Simple Machines LeversPulleys Inclined Plane Simple Machines Can multiply or change the direction of an applied force.
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Using Simple Machines to do Work More Easy Devices that allow us to perform the same amount of work more easily.
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Unit 2, Chapter 5 Integrated Science. Unit Two: Work and Energy 4.1 Force and Machines 4.2 The Lever 4.3 Gears and Design Chapter 4 Machines and Mechanical.
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LEVERS By: Emma S, Jake A, Thomas A All about levers A lever is a simple machine that allows you to gain a mechanical advantage in moving an object.
Simple Machines Friction Review Friction is the force we feel when things rub against each other The more things are pushed together, the more friction.
Chapter Nine: Simple Machines 9.1 Types of Simple Machines 9.2 Mechanical Advantage 9.3 Levers in the Human Body.
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Simple Machines. Warm-up ●Our school is filled with simple machines, can you help me identify at least 5 of them. Name the object and tell what type of.
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Access Prior Knowledge Lesson 6: How are rocks classified? Opening Activity Open Science textbook to page 286. Open Science workbook to page 91A to review.
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Levers and Torque: More Practice. Classes of Levers: Student Learning Goal The student will investigate the relationships between force, distance,
GEOLOGIST! By: Tucker Roberts. What is their field of Science? The Earth! The Earth!
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