P 64, November 8, 2017

Standard:  Calculate the amount of work performed by a force on an object.
Learning Targets:  I can compute the work done by various forces.
I can define power.
I can compute the power being generated or dissipated by a force.
Open:  What is work?  What is power?
Work:  Notes on work & power.  Complete work & power problems.
Close:  What will we need to measure  in order to calculate our power?

E 64, November 8, 2017

Standard:  All prior.
Learning Target:
  Students will be able to describe the different processes for each type of rock.
Open:  Take out your section assessment questions.
Work:
  Go over all section assessment questions.  Video on Metamorphic rock
Close: What do you need to know for the test?

P 63, November 6, 2017

Standard:  Calculate the amount of work performed by a force on an object.
Learning Target:  I can define mechanical work.  I can identify situations of no work done.
Open:  Song-  We can work it out, check & go over GPE-KE-ME calculations
Work:  Work & Power guided notes, guided problem work
Close:  What did the Beatles need to do in order to do work?

E 63, November 6, 2017

Standard: Compare and contrast the relationship between transformation processes of all rock types (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) and specific plate tectonic settings.
Learning Target:
  Students will be able to identify any of the rock samples
Open:  Rock sample
Work:
  Complete any rock lab necessary.  Review every rock.  Video on Sedimentary rock.
Close:  Check with me to make sure all assignments are in.

P 62, November 3, 2017

Standard:  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information in lab to:
b. Use mathematics and computational thinking to analyze, and apply the principle of conservation of energy.
Learning Target:
  I can apply the principle of conservation of energy to specific situations to analyze the motion of an object.
Open:  Lab intro- remember the song?
Work:  CPO roller coaster lab
Close:  Lab report ticket out of door.

E 62, November 3, 2017

Standard:  Compare and contrast the relationship between transformation processes of all rock types (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) and specific plate tectonic settings.)
Learning Target:  I can classify a metamorphic rock.
Open:  What does metmorphic mean?
Work:  Notes on 6.3, metamorphic rock lab
Close:  Turn in your lab

E 61, November 2, 2017

Standard:  Compare and contrast the relationship between transformation processes of all rock types (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) and specific plate tectonic settings.)
Learning Target:  I can explain how the different factors in the classification of sedimentary rocks and id them in  a rock.
Open:  Review factors in classification of a sedimentary rock.
Work:  Section assessments 6.2.  lab on sedimentary rock
Close:  What is a metamorphic rock?

P 61, November 2, 2017

Standard:  Use mathematics and computational thinking to analyze, evaluate, and apply the principle of conservation of energy and the Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem.
Learning Targets:  I can compute the gravitational potential energy of an object and/or system of objects.
I can compute the kinetic energy of an object and/or system of objects.
Open:  Youtube Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWNs7i4rEWA
Work:  Turn in labs from yesterday.  Check & go over homework.  Assisted problem solving from worksheets
Close:  Which problem was the hardest?  Why?

E 60, November 1, 2917

Standard:  Compare and contrast the relationship between transformation processes of all rock types (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) and specific plate tectonic settings.)
Learning Target:  I can classify a sedimentary rock.
Open:  section assessment 6.1 questions, lab p. 133 discussion & completion. Review factors in classification
Work:  Notes on 6.2  Sedimentary rock lab introduction
Close:  Prepare tools for lab.

P 60, November 1, 2017

Standard:  Use mathematics and computational thinking to analyze, evaluate, and apply the principle of conservation of energy and the Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem.
Learning Targets:
  I can compute the gravitational potential energy of an object and/or system of objects.
Open:  Love Rollercoaster song
Work:  Online Energy Skate Park:  https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/energy-skate-park, help available for worksheets
Close:  Ticket out door- lab due

E 59, October 31, 2017

Standard:  Compare and contrast the relationship between transformation processes of all rock types (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) and specific plate tectonic settings.)
Learning Target:  I can explain the factors that cause one sedimentary rock to be different from another.
Open:  Procedure for checking crystal growth.  Check crystal growth.  How is sediment formed?  How does it become a rock?
Work:  Notes 6.1, section assessment 6.1 questions, lab p. 133 discussion & completion.
Close:  Ticket out door- turn in 6.1 section assessments.

P 59, October 31, 2017

Standard:  Use mathematics and computational thinking to analyze, evaluate, and apply the principle of conservation of energy and the Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem.
Learning Targets
:  I can compute the gravitational potential energy of an object and/or system of objects.
Open:  musical theme, test corrections tomorrow!!
Work:  Continue/complete notes.  Conceptual worksheets- conservation of energy, energy transfer sketches
Close:  Ticket out door- 1 example of PE to KE conservation.

E 58, October 30, 2017

Standard:  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information regarding crystal growth and igneous rocks.
Learning Target:
  I can explain the role of cooling rate in the formation of igneous rocks.
Open:  Turn in/check/go over section assessments 5.1 & 5.2
Work:
  Lab p 125, p 133
Close:  KWL, reports ready for analysis/conclusion

P 58, October 30, 2017

Standard:   Use mathematics and computational thinking to analyze, evaluate, and apply the principle of conservation of energy and the Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem.
Learning Target:  I can define gravitational potential energy.  I can define kinetic energy.
Open:  Discussion of test, remediation, corrections Tuesday.
http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/a20712/you-can-light-a-match-with-just-a-rubber-band/
Work:  Guided notes, worksheet GPE-KE-ME calculations
Close:  One problem