Physics

Unit 2 Forces and Motions

Unit 2 Forces and Motions

Textbook- www.teachtci.com (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Brain Pop:

log in: concordia1

password: Phoenix1

Quizlet- Vocab for Forces and Motions (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Retake work: Science Retake Work.pdf

  • Read each section (1.1-3.1) Answer the questions at the end of each section #1-5 ALL.  This is to be attached to the Retake Form and turned in January 16 at the retake session.

Assessments:

Overall:

  • Semester 1 Final Exam Application – December 17
  • Semester 1 Final Project Investigation/Rockets- 42 points- December 18
  • Notebook check Communication 42 points
  • Group grading Communication 30 points
  • Vocabulary Communication 20 points
  • Obstacles faced presentation- communication

Lesson Assessments

  • Quiz 1, 2, 3, 4,  Knowledge 10-15 points each
  • Newton’s Law Presentation- 20 points communication
  • Essay on Newton’s Laws pertaining to rockets- 25 points application

Unit 1

Lesson 1- Describing Motion

Essential Question: How do scientists and engineers describe motion?

  • Section 1- Position
  • Section 2- Speed and Velocity
  • Section 3- Reference Frames
  • Section 4- Acceleration
  • Section 5- A need for Acceleration

Lesson 2- Forces in Interactions

Essential Question: What forces exist between interacting objects?

  • Section 1- Sir Isaac Newton and His Laws of Motions
  • Section 2- Forces
  • Section 3- Newton’s Third Law of Motion
  • Section 4- Engineering for EVAs

Lesson 3- Effects of Forces

Essential Question: How do Forces affect Motion?

  • Section 1- Net Force
  • Section 2- Newton’s First Law
  • Section 3- Designing a Better Seat Belt
  • Section 4- Newton’s Second Law
  • Section 5- Forces Around You

Lesson 4- Gravity

Essential Question: What is gravity?

  • Section 1- Gravity on Earth
  • Section 2- Gravity in Space
  • Section 3- The strength of Gravitational Forces
  • Section 4- Gravitational Fields
  • Section 5- Mass and Weight
  • Section 6- Weight in Orbit

October 17/18 (Morning class assembly)

Collect Final Assessment- Gliders/Flyers

Set up textbook log in/password

Introduce Anchoring Phenomenon- KWL in Notebook

Describing Motion-Introduction

Section 1- Position- Read/Take notes/Vocab/Answer Questions into Notebook

HW- Read Section 2 Speed and Velocity and take notes in NB/Include vocab

October 19/22

Warm up- Do the Questions for Section 1 #1 and #2

Do the Interactive Tutorial (copy the question and the CORRECT answer into your Notebook)

Do the questions #2, 3, 4 in your notebook

Section 1- Teacher Lesson on Position

Section 2- Speed/Velocity- Teacher Lesson

Brain Pop- Distance, Rate, and Time Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Hw- Read Section 3 Reference Frames- Take notes/Vocab

October 23/24 (Assembly Schedule)

Warm up- Questions for Section 3 and Interactive

Teacher Lesson- Section 3

Go over Final Assessment

Section 4- Acceleration

Read/Take notes/Vocab

HW- Finish Section 4 and review assessment with parents/sign

October 25/26

Warm up- Questions from Section 4 #1, 2, 3 and Interactive Notebook #1, 2, 3

Teacher Notes Section 4

Brain Pop ACCELERATION Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Look at Section 5- A need for Acceleration

Lesson 2 Forces and Interactions Section 1Sir Isaac Newton- Read/Take notes/Vocab

HW- Finish Lesson 2 Section 1and study for Quiz #1 on Lesson 1- Describing Motion

October 29/30

WArm up- Lesson 2 Section 1 Questions

Copy the question from Interactive Tutorial and the CORRECT answer.

Questions from Section 1 #1, 2, 3

Quiz #1 on Lesson 1- Describing Motion

Finish Model of Acceleration

Teacher Notes Section 1- Sir Isaac Newton

BrainPop Sir Isaac Newton Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Section 2 Forces- Read/Take notes/Vocab

HW- Finish Section 2 notes and vocab and Finish Acceleration Model

October 31 (1/2 day schedule 40 minute classes)

Look at Models for Acceleration and Share

Discuss Section 5 A need for Acceleration- Criteria and Constraints

Different Prototypes and Changes

NO Homework

November 1 (day 2)/2 (day 1)

Warm up- Questions from Section 2 Forces #1, 2, 3, 4

Newton Activity- Pick any 3 different items from the lab station.  Record (on a data table) how much it weighs in grams.  Use a Newton measuring device to find out how much force it takes to lift/hold the item (N).  Record this data on the data table.  Also record/describe how it feels to you as you exert this force to hold the item (qualitative data).

Teacher Notes on Section 2 Forces

Interactive Notebook #1-6 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Add to your Forces notes/vocab- Lesson 3 Section 1 Net Force

HW- Read Lesson 2 Section 3 Newton’s Third Law take notes/Vocab/Questions

Read Lesson 3 Section 2 Newton’s First Law take notes/vocab/Questions

Read Lesson 3 Section 4- Newton’s Second Law take notes/vocab/Questions

November 5/6 (no school)- Elearning

HW- Read Lesson 2 Section 3 Newton’s Third Law take notes/Vocab/Questions

Read Lesson 3 Section 2 Newton’s First Law take notes/vocab/Questions

Read Lesson 3 Section 4- Newton’s Second Law take notes/vocab/Questions

November 7  (Design Thinking Project No Science Classes)

November 8/9 Parent Conferences

November 12/13 (Great Depression)

Passback quizzes and go over

Brainpop Forces Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Proving Newton’s Laws- Assessment/Communication Proving Newton’s Laws Presentation.docx

HW- Finish presentation ready to go for next class!

November 14/15 (Great Depression)

Present Newton’s Laws

Newton’s Laws Brain Pop Link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Powerpoint on Newton’s Laws Newton’s Laws.pptx

Hw- Study for Quiz on Newton, His Laws, and Force/Net Force (worksheet, notes, questions, vocab, brainpops)

November 16 (metro madness)/19 (All classes 40 minutes)

Quiz on Newton’s Laws Monday, November 19

HW- Read and take notes/vocab Lesson 4 Section 1 Gravity on Earth

November 20/21

Warm up- Questions #1-5

Demo- Book/Paper Answer Questions- Investigation 1 Investigation 1 Gravity.docx

Introduction to Gravity

Teach Lesson 4 section 1

HW- Lesson 4 Section 2 Gravity and Space AND Lesson 4 Section 3 Strengths of Gravity Forces read/take notes and do vocab

November 22 Day 1/November 28 Day 2

Warm up- Gravity in Space Questions #1 and #2

Strengths of Gravitational Forces #1, #2, #3

Brainpop Gravity (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Lesson Gravity in Space

Investigation 2 Investigation 2.docx

HW- Read Lesson 4 Section 4 Gravitational Fields notes/Vocab- finish Investigation 2

November 26- DT Project No Core Classes

November 27- All Core Classes 40 minutes

Warm up- Answer questions Gravitational Fields #1, 2, 3

Lesson Strengths of Gravitational forces

Modeling Gravitational Forces

Investigation 3- Answer in NB (3 Questions)

HW- Read and take notes/vocab Lesson 4 Section 5 Mass/Weight AND Section 6 Weight in Orbit

November 28 Day 2 (See Above)

November 29/30 (Assembly Schedule)

Warm up- Section 5 questions #1-4

Section 6 questions #1-2

Lesson on Mass/Weight

Interactive Activity

Lesson on Weight in Orbit

Summary/Vocab Review Game

HW- Study for Quiz on Lesson 4 all sections Gravity

December 3/4

Quiz on Gravity Lesson 4

Organize notebook- look at Rubric and make sure you have EVERYTHING!  All questions, notes, and vocab are completed! Investigations completed!

HW- Get Notebook organized and ready to be checked in January

Study for Quizlet vocab quiz next class (Link at top of page)

December 5/6

Quizlet Vocab- 20 points communication

Rocket Groups for Dr-1.docx

Rocket Groups_Halula(1).docx

Template for Rockets Engineering Engineering Planning Template 2018-1.docx

Rocket Assignment Rocket Engineering Design Project.docx

Data from Demo Launch Rocket Testing December 3.docx

Introduce Engineering Rockets- Be sure to include your LOG every day!

Problem

Criteria

Constraints

Research

Background Summary

HW- Complete log and pictures

Complete Newton’s Laws on Rockets

December 7/10

Rockets:

  • Criteria Table
  • Blue Print
  • Construction details
  • Build Rocket
  • Log/Pictures

HW- Complete log and pictures

Complete Newton’s Laws on Rockets

December 11/12

Rockets:

  • Continue building
  • Test/record Data
  • Fix prototype 2
  • Log/pictures

HW- Complete log and pictures

Complete Newton’s Laws on Rockets

December 13 C block everyone works on Rockets

Rockets:

  • Continue fixing Prototype 2
  • Test/record Data
  • Fix prototype 3
  • Log/Picture

HW- Complete log and pictures

Complete Newton’s Laws on Rockets

December 14 C block everyone work on Rockets

Rockets:

  • Fix prototype 3
  • Do not test #3 as we will do that as a group December 18

HW- Complete log and pictures

Complete Newton’s Laws on Rockets

December 17

Unit Final- Essay in the morning, Written application in the afternoon

Finish up rockets/get everything together

Dr. Tina A1- P204

Dr. Tina A2- P234

Dr. Tina C1- HS 204

Mr. Halula C1- P232

Mr. Halula C2- HS 203

December 18

Launch Rockets Assessment- Investigation

December 19

Write up final part of rockets and give to teacher

Group Grading Form- 30 points communication

January 9/10/11/14

Watch October Sky- fill out notes

Notebook Check 42 points communication

January 15/16

Work on October Sky presentations

Assessment Reflection on Rockets Presentation.docx

HW- Finish presentations- ready for next class

Notebook Rubric reflection- signed by parents

January 17/21 (No school January 18)

Presentations on October Sky

HW- Read 7.1 and 7.2 take notes/vocab