Wednesday, 10/31/18- B Day- Block Schedule Periods 1, 3, 5, & 7- Happy Halloween!

Lesson Question

Where does the energy come from when a cold drink warms up?

Learning Tasks

  1. Do Now– Copy down today’s homework assignment in your planner. Get out your ISN and add to the Table of Contents- “Kinetic Energy” p.29 (Right Side). Head p.29 properly with “Kinetic Energy-Simulation-10/31/18.″
  2. Reading Comprehension– Review what’s happening to the particles in the situations from the reading “State of Matter- Hot and Cold: What’s It All About?”: Solids, Liquids, & Gases and Mixing Different Temperatures. Tape the “States of Matter Reading” as a flip page to ISN p.27.
  3. Write/Pair/Share– What did we figure out last time about hot and cold water? (Full class) Write the following question on ISNp.29: “As cold water in a cup warms up and the particles of water move faster, where does the energy come from?” (Write/Pair/Share)
  4. Brain Break video segmentsInvasion of the Zombees, Geek My Pumpkin, To the Bat Cave, Candy Corns in Space, & The Physics of Giant Pumpkins
  5. Simulation– Add to ISNp.29- “How is temperature a measure of energy?  Observe the simulation before starting it. This simulation shows what happens when two substances of different temperatures touch each other. This can represent the cold water inside the cup and the warm water outside the cup. With your design challenge group, watch the simulation posted in Google Classroom and record your observations in your chart on ISNp.29. Also with your group, answer the questions posted in Google Classroom on a flip page to ISNp.29.
  • What do the circles represent? What do the colors represent?
  • How can you tell which particles have more energy and which have less energy?
  • Do all the particles in each simulation have the same amount of kinetic energy?
  • What happens when a high energy particle bumps a low energy particle?
  • What do you think is the relationship between kinetic energy and temperature?

Home Learning

ISN’s are due this week!

  • Period 7- today!
  • Period 6- tomorrow 11/1
  • Period 7- Fri. 11/2
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Tuesday, 10/30/18- A Day- Picture Day!

Lesson Question

What’s happening to the drink as it warms up?

Learning Tasks

  1. Do NowCopy down today’s homework assignment in your planner. Get out your ISN and add to the Table of Contents- “States of Matter” p.27 (Right Side). Head p.27 properly with “States of Matter-Reading-10/30/18.″
  2. Model Tracker– Now that we have some agreement about what the particles in the model were like at the beginning when the water was cold and how the particles changed as the drink warmed up to room temperature, let’s update the Model Tracker on ISN pages 18-19.
  3. SimulationPhET States of Matter– Select water molecule & change temperature to Celsius. Make observations while making the molecules really cold and really hot. What observations do you have that are consistent with our class consensus model? How is our model different than this simulation?
  4. Reading Comprehension– State of Matter- Hot and Cold: What’s It All About? Tape States of Matter Reading onto ISN p.27.
  5. Exit Tweet– If particles of the drink are getting more kinetic energy over time, where is this energy coming from? What are three ways we could warm up the drink in the classroom? How could we get energy into the drink?

Home Learning

ISN’s are due this week!

  • Period 3- today!
  • Period 7- tomorrow 10/31
  • Period 6- Thu. 11/1
  • Period 7- Fri. 11/2

Monday, 10/29/18- B Day

Lesson Question

What’s happening to the drink as it warms up?

Learning Tasks

  1. Do Now– Copy down today’s homework assignment in your planner. Get out your ISN and open to page 26. Share page 26 with your partner. What do your models have in common? How are they different?
  2. Scientists’ Circle– Bring your ISN to Scientists’ Circle. What have we figured out that helps answer the question: What’s happening to a drink as it warms up? What evidence do you have to support your idea?
  3. Share Time Series ModelsShow Time Series Models to the class & ask student scientist who made model to explain all elements of it. Student scientists then ask questions to clarify understanding of ideas in models being presented. Look at your Time Series Model on ISN p.26. What do we agree upon?
  4. Model Tracker– Now that we have some agreement about what the particles in the model were like at the beginning when the water was cold and how the particles changed as the drink warmed up to room temperature, let’s update the Model Tracker on ISN pages 18-19.

Home Learning

ISN’s are due this week!

  • Period 1- today!
  • Period 3- tomorrow 10/30
  • Period 7- Wed. 10/31
  • Period 6- Thu. 11/1
  • Period 7- Fri. 11/2