P 71, November 17, 2017

Standards:  Plan and carry out investigations to characterize the properties and behavior of electromagnetic waves.
Learning Target: 
I will be able to show the properties & behaviors of waves.
Open: 
Introduce labs
Work: 
phet Labs- Ripple while you work, wave on a string:  https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/wave-interference
https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/wave-on-a-string
Close: 
ticket out door labs due

If you are absent for these labs, I am attaching the worksheet you will need to complete the labs here:

Wave on a String
Wave Interference

E 70, November 16, 2017

Standard:  Construct an explanation that communicates the relationship of geologic features, landforms, Earth materials and geologic hazards to each plate tectonic setting.
Learning Target:
  I will be able to explain geologic features using plate tectonic settings.
Open:  Review of what needs to be completed.
Work:
  Complete/go over work.
Close: Questions from the review

P 70, November 16, 2017

Standard:  Analyze mathematically aspects of waves.
Learning Target:  I will be able to solve for each variable in each formula.
Open:  Review formulas
Work:  Problem set, Slinky Lab
Close:  Pre-lab for online labs

P 69, November 15, 2017

Standard:  Develop & use models to understand waves
Learning Target:  I can describe a wave scientifically.
Open:  Pink Floyd- welcome to the machine
Work:  Guided notes on wave properties
Close:  Introduce problem set

E 68, November 14, 2017

Standard:  Construct an explanation based on evidence that describes the mechanisms causing plate tectonic motion.
Learning Target:  Students will be able to cite evidence for sea floor spreading.
Open:  Clip from Discovery ED:  Sea floor spreading
Work:
  Notes on  17.1  & 17.2, section assessments.
Close: Ticket:  completed work

P 68, November 14, 2017

Standards:  c. Construct an argument that analyzes the production and characteristics of sound waves. d. Plan and carry out investigations to characterize the properties and behavior of electromagnetic waves.
e. Plan and carry out investigations to describe common features of light in terms of color, polarization, spectral composition, and wave speed in transparent media.
Analyze experimentally and mathematically aspects of reflection and refraction of light waves and describe the results using optical ray diagrams.
Learning Target:  I will know some properties of waves.
Open:  Test corrections.  Remediate conservation of energy.  Introduce lab
Work:  Lab-  stations
Close:  Wave flip book set up

P 67, November 13, 2017

Standards:  All prior
Learning Target:  I am ready for the test.
Work:  Complete any prior activities, remediate any problem areas with examples, heterogeneous grouping for help
Close:  Ticket out door:  What one thing do you want to see/hear just before the test?

E 67, November 13, 2017

Standard:  Construct an argument using multiple forms of evidence that supports the theory of plate tectonics (e.g., fossils, paleomagnetism, seafloor age, etc.).
Learning Target:
  Students will be able to cite multiple forms of evidence in support of plate tectonic theory.
Open:  Review sedimentary rock & layers
Work:
  Fossil Evidence Lab
Close:  Write:  How do you think Wegner’s life would have been different if….

P 66, November 10, 2017

Standard:  Calculate the amount of work & power performed by a force on an object.
Learning Targets: I can compute the power being generated or dissipated by a force.
Open:  Pre-lab (We Can Work It Out)- if you need to make up a “work” assignment, turn in the handout from yesterday now.  If not, keep it.
Work:  power lab, targeted review- go over WPE review & Energy Review
Close:  lab reports are ticket out door

E 66, November 10, 2017

Standard:  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to understand how plate tectonics creates certain geologic features, landforms, earth materials, and geologic hazards.
Learning Target:  I will be able to explain where the tectonic plates are and why the margins are there.
Open:  Test corrections?
Work:
  17.1 section assessments & Ring of Fire lab
Close:   Ticket- turn in work

P 65, November 9, 2017

Standard:  Calculate the amount of work & power performed on an object.
Learning Targets:  I can compute the work done by various forces.
I can compute power.
I can compute the power being generated or dissipated by a force.
Open:  Check homework.
Work:  Go over homework, review sheets- Test Monday?
Close:  How could we calculate the amount of power we use in doing a task ourselves?  What data would we need to collect?

E 65, November 9, 2017

Standard:  All prior.
Learning Target:
  All prior.
Open:   last second test questions
Work:
  Test, Foldable on p. 467, launch lab p. 467
As time allows-
Re-Open: 
Who is Alfred Wegner?
More:  Notes on 17.1
Close: Answer to re-open