Monday, 3/9/2020- B Day

Focus Question:

How can any object make so many different sounds?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do NowPlease get out your ISN. Add to the Table of Contents: “Consensus Model p.77” (Right Side). Head p.77 properly with “Consensus Model -3/8/2020.”
  2. Application/Practice– “Connecting Graphical Representations to the Sounds Made” handout- Pair works on their assigned question set then join with another pair to share claims, evidence, & reasoning for question set.
  3. Consensus Model– On ISN p.77,  draw a revised model to reflect what we have figured out about what the sound source (including the truck speaker) is doing when it makes different sounds.

Friday, 3/6/2020- B Day

Focus Question:

How can any object make so many different sounds?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now– Please get out your ISN. Add to the Table of Contents: “Graphical Representation p.74” (Left Side). Head p.74 properly with “Graphical Representation-3/6/2020.”
  2. Science Friday- Face Time
  3. Write-Pair-Share– Answer the following question on ISN p.74- How do the vibrations from a sound source compare for higher-pitch vs lower-pitch sounds?
  4. Application/Practice– “Connecting Graphical Representations to the Sounds Made” handout- Pair works on their assigned question set then join with another pair to share claims, evidence, & reasoning for question set.

Friday, 2/28/2020- A Day

Focus Question:

How do the vibrations of the sound compare for louder versus softer sounds?

Learning Tasks:

  1. Do Now– Please get out your ISN. Add to the Table of Contents: “Loud vs Soft Sounds p.70” (Left Side). Head p.70 properly with “Loud vs Soft Sounds-2/28/2020.”
  2. Science Friday– Is Pedigree What It’s Cracked Up to Be?
  3. Application– On ISN p.70, answer the following questions: How is the graph of a loud sound different from the graph of a soft sound? How is the graph of a loud sound the same as a graph of a soft sound? What causes vibrations with more amplitude and therefore louder sounds? What other ways can sounds be different? Give examples.

Tuesday, 1/17/17- B Day WINN/Advisory Schedule- No Periods 1 & 6

8:23-9:09 Advisory
9:12-9:58 WINN
10:01-10:47 Period 5
10:50-11:36 Period 4
11:41-1:01 (includes lunch as usual with usual times) Period 2
1:04-1:50 Period 3
1:53-2:45 Period 7

Core Ideas:

  • The changes of state that occur with variations in temperature or pressure can be described and predicted using models of matter
  • Heat refers to energy transferred due to temperature differences between two objects

Learning Activities:

  1. Do Now- Copy down today’s homework assignment in your planner. Get out your science notebook and add to the Table of Contents- “Melting p.48” (Left Side) and “Melting p.49” (Right Side). Open to page 48 and head it properly with “Melting-Application-1/17/17 and open to page 49 and head it properly with “Melting-Demonstration-1/17/17.”
  2. Model– Observe the animations of Ice structure Ice at Different Angles. Create a model of water molecules in solid ice and liquid water on p.46. Freezing Point of Gas- Liquid Nitrogen Demonstration Let’s Freeze Liquid Nitrogen
  3. Demonstration– What happens to the speed of molecules in ice when it is heated? Where does the energy come from to melt the ice? Describe your observations of the ice melting on different surfaces on page 49. Define melting. Add key term to index at back of notebook.

Homework: 

STUDY pages 38-49- Changes of State Quiz on Thursday 1/19

Monday, 2/29/16- B Day

Learning Objective:

To determine whether a liquid will sink or float in water by comparing its density to the density of water.

Learning Activities:

  1. Do Now– Copy down today’s homework assignment in your planner; Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Sinking & Floating Liquids Demonstration p.69″ (Right Side); Head page 69 properly with”Sinking & Floating Liquids-Demonstration-2/29/16”
  2. Demonstrations– Floating Candles on Liquids and 7 Layer Density Column– Answer questions 1-3 & 5 on handout (Write-Pair-Share). Tape handout to page 69.
  3. Explanation- Comparison of the densities of water, alcohol, and oil on the molecular level. Answer question #6 (Write-Pair-Share)
  4. Application– Answer Take It Further Questions 7-10

Homework:

Answer questions 7-10 on Take It Further handout