E 43, October 9, 2017

Open:  Questions from review guide
Work:  Test
Standard:  I will be able to explain the actions of ice, wind, & water on the formation of the landscape.
After test:  Create the foldable on page 170.
Close:  Show me your foldable

 

P 43, October 9, 2017

Standard:  Interpret problems to show that objects moving in two dimensions have independent motions along each coordinate axis. 
Learning Target:
  I will be able to solve identify correctly all the variables in projectile motion.
Open:  Monkey Hunter Videos
Work:  Review/complete notes & worksheet as needed.
Close:  Go over most problematic question

P 41, October 5, 2017

Learning Target:  I will understand how to aim a projectile to account for gravity.
Open:  Check & go over class/homework.  Demo monkey hunter
Work:  Guided notes on projectile motion
Close:  Guided problem solving Projectile Problems

E 41, October 5, 2017

Standard:  I will know the difference between weather & climate.
Open:  What is evidence of climate change?
Work:  Notes on 14.1 & 14.2.  Complete section assessments.
Close:  Take the review guide as you leave

P 40, October 4, 2017

Learning Target:  I will be able to use vectors and GUESS to solve free fall problems.
Open:  Warmup Projectile Vectors
Work:  Go over problems from yesterday.  Guided work on worksheets: vector components & plane & boat.
Close:  Present Monkey Hunter problem

E 40, October 4, 2017

Standard:  I will be able to identify the atmospheric conditions that lead to recurring weather.
Open:  Discovery- America’s Great Drought video
Work:  Notes on 13.4.  Complete all section assessments for chapter 13
Close:  Turn in your section assessments

Test Friday

P 39, October 3, 2017

Learning Target:  I will be able to solve free fall problems.
Open:  Show me your homework.  Free Fall Warmup 2
Work:  Check & go over problems from yesterday.  Vector guided notes & problems
Close:  Which problem will you need me to go over the most tomorrow?

E 39, October 3, 2017

Standard:  I will be able to explain the conditions that led to a storm.
Open:  List the conditions typical of a thunderstorm & tropical cyclone.
Work:  Complete presentations.  Notes on 13.3 if necessary.
Close:  Segment-  Discovery:  Explaining winter storms

P 38, October 2, 2017

Standards: 
SP1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the relationship between distance, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration as functions of time.
Analyze and interpret data of two-dimensional motion with constant acceleration.
Resolve position, velocity, or acceleration vectors into components (x and y, horizontal and vertical).
Add vectors graphically and mathematically by adding components.
Interpret problems to show that objects moving in two dimensions have independent motions along each coordinate axis.
Design an experiment to investigate the projectile motion of an object by collecting and analyzing data using kinematic equations.
Predict and describe how changes to initial conditions affect the resulting motion.
Calculate range and time in the air for a horizontally launched projectile.

SP2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about how forces affect the motion of objects.
Plan and carry out an investigation to gather evidence to identify the force or force component responsible for causing an object to move along a circular path.
Calculate the magnitude of a centripetal acceleration.

Learning Target:  I will be able to explain the 2 dimensions of free fall.
Open:  Translation of standards.  Free Fall warmup
Work:  Free fall notes then problems, Free Fall Introduction Conceptual Worksheet
Close:  Feather & Hammer drop on the moon video

E 38, October 2, 2017

Standard:  I will be able to explain the conditions that led to a storm.
Open:  Share story of black ice.
Work:  Research & complete a brief presentation on one storm.  Your presentation should include:
When, where, forecast prior to the storm, atmospheric conditions, public/official response, as well as aftermath
Hurricane tracking may be turned in Tuesday.
Close:  Discussion:  what are the common conditions we have heard?

P 37, September 22, 2017

Learning Target:  I can explain the relationship between force, mass, & acceleration using free body diagrams and calculations.
Activities:
Open:  Test results.
Activities:  remediation activities including lecture, Q & A, & problem solving
Close:  Test corrections.