E 52, October 20, 2017

Standard:  Plan and carry out an investigation that demonstrates how surface water and groundwater act as the major agents of physical and chemical weathering.
Open:  Demo p. 209
Work:  labs pages- 208,213, & 214
Close:  labs due.

P 51, October 19, 2017

Standards:  explain how the brief application of a force creates an impulse, describe and perform calculations involving one dimensional momentum,  connect the concepts of Newton’s 3rd law and impulse, and experimentally compare and contrast inelastic and elastic collisions
Open:  Discuss test.  Warmup momentum spring video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nc2XsimM90&list=PLtxgR5uHczf4FuRfHYwBRUpZhghpitO5b
Work:   Momentum notes & problems
Close:  replay video.  What could Bill Bates have done?

E 50, October 18, 2017

Standard:  Construct an explanation that relates the past and present actions of ice, wind, and water to landform distribution and landscape change.
Open:  Organizer p. 193
Work:  Read/notes/section assessment 8.1 on mass movements with video clips of mass movement.
Close:  Quick check & go over section assessments.

E 48, October 16, 2017

Standard:  I will be able to list and describe the different factors affecting erosion.
Open:  Erosion video from Discovery
Work:  Notes/read 7.2 with section assessments.
Close:  Ticket out door section assessments.

P 48, October 16, 2017

Standard:  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the relationship between distance, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration as functions of time.
Open:  Warm up circle, check circular motion questions
Work: Go over circular motion questions, assign targeted examples per quiz results
Close:  share test format

P 45 & 46, October 11 & 12, 2017

43:  Learning Target:  I will be able to solve for all the variables in projectile motion.
Open:  Identify every problem you had difficulty with.
Work:  What was same/different with problems you had trouble with?  How can you avoid that on test day?
Close:  Discuss potential quiz problems