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Physical Science 6 Mrs. Duddles Motion, Forces and Energy Q3

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 01/14 Objectives: Students will define and describe gravity. Students will describe the effect that gravity has on matter. Students will express the relationship(s) among mass, distance & gravitational force. Turn in Science Fair Project log book for Check #2 if you did not turn it on Friday Finish Lab Activity 12.1 “Gravity and Distance” & 12.2 “Free-Fall Distance” (25 mins) –Answer all questions Discuss Lab Activity 12.1 “Gravity and Distance” & 12.2 “Free-Fall Distance” (25 mins)

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 01/15 Objectives: Students will define and describe gravity. Students will describe the effect that gravity has on matter. Students will express the relationship(s) among mass, distance & gravitational force. Continue Activity 12 “Gravity” –Read pgs 44-49 and record 8 facts in Background space –Answer questions #5-13 and #18 from pgs 44-50 –Quiz yourself using the Visual Summary on pg 50, questions #14-17

Science Agenda – Thursday, 01/16 Objectives: Students will define and describe gravity. Students will describe the effect that gravity has on matter. Students will express the relationship(s) among mass, distance & gravitational force. 6A & 6B Discuss Science Fair Display Board handout Discuss and review Activity 12 “Gravity” assignments –Lab 12.1 “Gravity and Distance” –Lab 12.2 “Free-Fall Distance” –Check questions #5-13 and #18 from pgs 44-50 –6B & 6E Turn in Lab 12.1 & 12.2 for a grade!

Science Agenda – Friday, 01/17 ½ Day PM Only Objectives: –Students will define and describe gravity. –Students will describe the effect that gravity has on matter. –Students will express the relationship(s) among mass, distance & gravitational force. Discuss Science Fair Display Board guidelines and grading rubric handout (15 mins) Science Fair Project Q&A session (15 mins)

Science Agenda – Monday, 01/20 No School – WCS MLK Day

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 01/21 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Start Q3 – New seating assignment Set up Activity #13 Work, Energy, and Power (15 mins) Think about and list ten (10) examples of energy transfer and machines in Background section. You may look through Unit 2 starting on page 75 of Motion, Forces, and Energy book. (20 mins) Science Fair Project Q&A session (10 mins)

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 01/22 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Science Fair Log Book Check #3 due today Table Captains collect log books for your tables Table Captains get workbooks for your tables Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Read pgs 76 – 77 and research ideas for race car. –Complete questions #1-3 –Draw, color & label car –Turn in drawing for a grade; HW if not done in class

Science Agenda – Thursday, 01/23 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Introduction to Rube Goldberg model project today. –Intro to project by Ms. Michaelson –Group assignments –Preliminary materials list

Science Agenda Friday 01/24 – Wednesday 01/29 WCS No school due to inclement weather.

Science Agenda – Thursday, 01/30 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Turn in Science Fair Log Book for Check #3 if you did not do it on Wednesday! Last day log books will be accepted for grading is tomorrow Friday 01/31! 6A - Distribute spirit wear order form today Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Read pgs 78 - 79 –Answer questions #2 – 4 –Read pgs 80 – 81 –Answer questions #5 & 6

Science Agenda – Friday, 01/31 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Turn in Science Fair Log Book for Check #3 if you did not do it on Wednesday! Last day log books will be accepted for grading is today Friday 01/31! 6A - Table Captains collect spirit wear orders for your tables. Last day for orders Monday 02/03. Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Start Lab Activity 13.1 “Waterwheel” Read & follow procedures on worksheet packet This is your planning and designing day! Complete steps/questions #1-15

Science Agenda – Monday, 02/03 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. 6A - Table Captains collect spirit wear orders for your tables. Due today. Turn in Science Fair Project display board; write your name and section on Post-It note and stick it to your board! Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Finish Lab Activity 13.1 “Waterwheel” Read & follow procedures on worksheet packet Complete steps/questions #1-15 Design & Construct waterwheel prototype

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 02/04 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Turn in Science Fair Project display board if you did not do so Monday; write your name and section on Post-It note and stick it to your board! Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Finish Lab Activity 13.1 “Waterwheel” Read & follow procedures on worksheet packet Complete steps/questions #1-15 Redesign and construct final waterwheel Test your waterwheel

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 02/05 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Science Fair Project display board reminder: –Have you turned in your display board? –Assignment is worth 90 points Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Finish Lab Activity 13.1 “Waterwheel” (35 mins) Answer all questions in packet Discuss & review activity and questions Turn in packet for a grade at end of class Go to Commons to view Science Fair display boards (20 mins)

Science Agenda – Thursday, 02/06 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Rube Goldberg Project Day 2

Science Agenda – Friday, 02/07 (6E) Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Finish Lab Activity 13.1 “Waterwheel” (35 mins) Answer all questions in packet Discuss & review activity and questions Turn in packet for a grade at end of class

Science Agenda – Friday, 02/07 (6A & 6B) Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Continue Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” (35 mins) –Read pgs 82 – 87 –Answer questions 7-9, 11-13 –Complete Lesson Review on pg 87 (#1-9) Open book & notes assessment on Activity 13 on Monday 02/07.

Science Agenda – Monday, 02/10 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Table Captains get books for your tables Discuss & review questions from pgs 82-87 Open Book Assessment on Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” on Tuesday 02/11

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 02/11 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. Table Captains get books for your tables Open book and notes assessment on Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” Set Up Activity 14 “Kinetic and Potential Energy” in Science Notebook Read pgs 88-91; Answer questions #1-3 and #5-7

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 02/11 Open Book Assessment on Activity 13 “Work, Energy, and Machines” –Write a Conclusion following the Conclusion format you’ve learned and that answers the following questions: What is energy? How is work related to energy? What is power? Explain the relationship between power, energy and time. Explain the relationship among work, energy, and power. Use evidence from lab activity “Waterwheel”, questions and reading in workbook to support your conclusion.

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 02/12 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Take attendance and go to lab Start Activity 14 “Kinetic and Potential Energy” Do lab activity 14.1 “Kinetic and Potential Energy” –Do Part 1 Measuring kinetic and potential energy steps #1-9: –Read lab handout and follow directions for setting up energy car –Record data in Table 1

Science Agenda – Thursday, 02/13 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Rube Goldberg Day 3 Take attendance and go to lab for today’s goals for Rube Goldberg model Work in groups on Rube Goldberg model

Science Agenda – Friday, 02/14 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Take attendance and go to Commons for presentation on Astronomy Work on Activity 14.1 “Kinetic and Potential Energy” analysis

Science Agenda – Monday, 02/24 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Finish Activity 14.1 “Kinetic and Potential Energy” analysis Discuss & Review Activity 14.1

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 02/25 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. (AM) Take attendance & go to Café for Science enrichment presentation on Amateur Radio (PM) Take attendance & go to Room 103 for Science enrichment presentation on Amateur Radio

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 02/26 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Discuss & Review Activity 14.1 (45 mins) –Please check your work to make sure you understand the activity Turn in Activity 14.1 “Kinetic and Potential Energy” packet for a “completeness” grade

Science Agenda – Thursday, 02/27 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Rube Goldberg Day 4 Take attendance and go to lab 136 for today’s goals for Rube Goldberg model Work in groups on Rube Goldberg model

Science Agenda – Friday, 02/28 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Shortened class period – basketball today Continue Activity 14 Kinetic and Potential Energy (45 mins) –Work independently –Read pages 91 – 95 –Answer questions 7, 9,10, 14-16

Science Agenda – Monday, 03/03 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Continue Activity 14 Kinetic and Potential Energy (50 mins) –Finish questions 7, 9,10, 14-16 from pages 91 – 95 –Discuss and review Activity 14 Kinetic and Potential Energy

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 03/04 Objectives: –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. Reminder: Students who have qualified for the SEFMD, bring in your log books by this Friday, 03/07! NASA ARISS Contact Media Release Form – please have parents/guardians complete and sign form. Return to ELA class by Friday, 03/07. Finish Activity 14 Kinetic and Potential Energy (50 mins) –Complete visual summary and Lesson Review for Activity 14 Kinetic and Potential Energy; pages 96 – 97 –Answer questions 17-20 & questions 1 - 9

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 03/05 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Reminder: Students who have qualified for the SEFMD, bring in your log books by this Friday, 03/07! Start Activity 15 Machines –Set up science notebook for Activity 15 –Make foldable/ flipbook and label per model –Read page 104 – 105 Define “machine” –Read page 106 – 107 (put in your flipbook under subheadings “Mechanical Advantage/Mechanical Efficiency”) Define mechanical advantage & efficiency and show how to calculate each Answer questions 9-12

Science Agenda – Thursday, 03/06 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Rube Goldberg Day 5 Take attendance and go to lab 136 for today’s goals for Rube Goldberg model Work in groups on Rube Goldberg model

Science Agenda – Friday, 03/07 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Reminder: Students who have qualified for the SEFMD, bring in your log books by this Friday, 03/07! Take attendance and go to Room 103 to listen to speaker, Mr. Michael Kirkhart, on the topic of Amateur Radio Satellite

Science Agenda – Monday, 03/10 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Reminder: Students who have qualified for the SEFMD, bring in your log books by Tuesday, 03/11! Continue Activity 15 Machines –Read and fill in all class levers in foldable, give definitions, examples and draw pictures –Read pages 110-113, fill in Wheel & Axle, Pulleys, Inclined Planes, and Wedges & Screws in foldable. Define, draw pictures, and give examples.

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 03/11 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Reminder: Last day to turn in log books for SEFMD! Finish Activity 15 Machines –Read and fill in all class levers in foldable, give definitions, examples and draw pictures –Read pages 110-113, fill in Wheel & Axle, Pulleys, Inclined Planes, and Wedges & Screws in foldable. Define, draw pictures, and give examples. –Do Lesson Review on page 115 questions #1-12 Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Test on Monday, 03/17!

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 03/12 WCS – No School due to inclement weather

Science Agenda – Thursday, 03/13 AM Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Finish Activity 15 Machines –Turn in foldable at end of class. –Finish Lesson Review on page 115 questions #1- 12 Start Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Review –Complete Unit 2 Review (green packet) –Be ready to discuss green packet on Thursday for AM and Friday for PM Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Test on Tuesday, 03/18!

Science Agenda – Friday, 03/14 AM Take attendance and go to Café for ARISS presentation 6:55 AM – 8:25 AM

Science Agenda – Friday, 03/14 PM Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Finish Activity 15 Machines –Finish Lesson Review on page 115 questions #1- 12 Start Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Review –Complete Unit 2 Review (green packet) –Be ready to discuss green packet on Thursday for AM and Friday for PM Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Test on Tuesday, 03/18!

Science Agenda – Monday, 03/17 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Discuss & review Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Review packet (green packet) Make notes and study for unit test. Read silently. Be ready for Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Test on Tuesday, 03/18!

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 03/18 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. –Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantages of and efficiencies of different simple machines. Take Work, Energy, and Machines Unit Test today. No talking during or after test! When complete, turn in your test. Read silently.

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 03/19 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Set Up Science Notebook for Activity 16 “Electricity and Conservation of Energy” Watch Van de Graaff Generator video demo: “Should a person touch 200,000 volts?” –Video is available on Mrs. Duddles Classroom web page

Science Agenda – Thursday, 03/20 Objectives: –Students will define and describe work, energy, and power. –Students will relate work to energy and power. –Students will be able to calculate kinetic and potential energy. –Students will know how kinetic and potential energy are related. –Students will be able to describe different types of simple machines. Rube Goldberg Day 6 Take attendance and go to lab 136 for today’s goals for Rube Goldberg model Work in groups on Rube Goldberg model

Science Agenda – Friday, 03/21 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Take IOWA Final Assessment in Science –Use your time effectively. –Do your best. –Show growth. Log off laptops and put back in computer cart when finished with IOWA Read silently

Science Agenda – Monday, 03/24 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Read pages 138 &140 Watch Van de Graaff Generator video demo: “Should a person touch 200,000 volts?” –Video is available on Mrs. Duddles’ classroom web page Watch Mrs. Duddles demo Van de Graaff Generator in class –Make predictions about what will happen with each demo

Science Agenda – Tuesday, 03/25 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Read pages 128 – 133 Answer questions 5-14 Watch Bill Nye video on “Electricity”

Science Agenda – Wednesday, 03/26 6 th Hour/ Section 6E Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Finish pg. 128 -133 reading and questions 5-14 from Tuesday if not done Read pages 138 – 141 Answer questions 5-8 & 10 Do Lesson Review on page 143 (#1-11)

Science Agenda – Thursday, 03/27 1 st & 3 rd Hours/ Sections 6A & 6B Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Finish pg. 128 -133 reading and questions 5-14 from Tuesday if not done Read pages 138 – 141 Answer questions 5-8 & 10 Do Lesson Review on page 143 (#1-11)

Science Agenda – Friday, 03/28 ½ Day PM only Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Watch video on current and voltage (8 mins) –Make note of difference between current and voltage –Know definitions of voltage, current, and resistance Watch Bill Nye video on “Electricity” (20 mins) Discuss & Review Electricity & Magnetism Unit Lessons 1 & 2

Science Agenda – Monday, 03/31 Objectives: –Students will be able to describe electric charges in objects & distinguish between electrical conductors and insulators. –Students will be able to describe how electric charges flow as electric current. Finish questions from pages 138 – 141; questions 5-8 & 10 Finish Lesson Review on page 143 (#1-11) Watch video on series and parallel circuits Read page 146 - 149 “Electric Circuits”

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