E 57, October 27, 2017

Standard:  Identify the processes important in igneous rock formation.
Learning Target:  I can explain the role of cooling rate in the formation of igneous rocks.
Open:  Review the factors in the classification of igneous rocks.
Work:  Notes 5.2  Video:  Igneous rock texture.  Complete Lab:  Identification of igneous rocks.  Answer section assessment questions 5.1 & 5.2.
Close:  Turn in your lab

E 56, October 26, 2017

Standard:  Identify the processes important in igneous rock formation.
Learning Target:  I can explain the role of cooling rate in the formation of igneous rocks.
Work:  Video:  Igneous rock texture.  Lab:  Identification of igneous rocks.
Close:  ticket out door- what are the factors that allow us to identify igneous rocks?

P 56, October 26, 2017

Standard:  All prior
Learning Target:  Predict velocities after a collison.
Open:  Check & go over worksheets from Monday & Tuesday.
Work:  Based on what you missed, what do we need to work on?
Close:  Test format

E 55, October 25, 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 why an igneous rock has the texture it has.
I can explain the role of cooling rate in the formation of igneous rocks.
Open:  Test Corrections
Work:  Notes, read, section assessments for 5.1
Close:  Create an organizer to assist you in identification of igneous rocks.

P 55, October 25, 2017

Standard:  Students will also investigate and communicate how momentum is calculated and changed in a closed system.
Learning Target:  Apply the impulse momentum theorem.
Open:  Introduce the lab
Work:  Momentum & impulse lab
Close:  Ticket out door –labs.

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E 54, October 24, 2017

Standard:  Compare and contrast the relationship between transformation processes of all rock types (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) and specific plate tectonic settings.
Work:  Test.
Close:  Video Mass Wasting

P 54, October 24, 2017

Standard:  Students will predict the outcome of elastic and inelastic collisions between objects in a closed system.
Learning Target:  Recognize that impulse is change in momentum.
Open:  Pass the momentum packet to the front of the room.  Pass the remediation sheet to the front of the room.  video of football collisions
Work:  Remediation for last test.  Phyzjob Intro to Momentum, Conservation of momentum sheet, Take a Flying leap
Close:  What concept/problem do you need help with?

P 53, October 23, 2017

Standard:  students will predict the outcome of elastic and inelastic collisions between objects in a closed system.
Learning Target:  I will be able to predict what will happen in the various types of collisions.
Open:  video of car wreck
Work:  Continue notes & worksheets from Thursday.
Close:  KWL

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?