Introduction to Physical Science B!
Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:
Students will attain an 80% passage rate in 3 of 4 trials
How Physics relates to the world around us.
Students will answer this question before leaving class today.
- Learn from mistakes
- Personal electronics only when appropriate
Patterns, Cause and Effect, System and System Models
Course Digital Resources:
For today’s warm up I will be having you take a quick survey for me. I like to know more about the students in my class. This survey should take about 4-5 minutes at most to fill out.
Task #1 – (Review)
Prompt: How do you think physics relates to your world? What do you think the job of a physicist includes?
Task #2 – (Review)
Sir Issac Newton!
Link -> PDF Version -> Introduction to the Laws of Motion (AZK Version)
Link -> PPT Version -> Introduction to the Laws of Motion (AZK Version)
Task #3 – (Review)
(Pg. 17 Questions 4 -6)
Velocity vs Speed
YouTube Clip -> Sprinters in Olympics
(Pg. 21-23 Questions 1-13)
Acceleration vs Velocity
YouTube -> Position/Velocity/Acceleration Explained
(Pg. 24 Questions 1-6)
YouTube Clip – Calculating Average Acceleration (Junkyard Wars)
Pg. 25 Questions 1-3
YouTube Clip – Average People try to beat Usain Bolt
Pg. 27-28 Questions 1-9
Average Acceleration Continued
Lab – The Moving Man
Lab Link -> The Moving Man
YouTube Video -> The Moving Man Simulator Explained
Pg. 33 -34
Review of Types of Motion
YouTube Link -> Review of Types of Motion
Pg. 76 – Look over lab
Balloon Car Race Prep
The last big lab we will have is the Balloon Car Race. Before we leave today we need to build our teams, design our cars, discuss supply needs. I would like to have us conduct our race this Thursday.
Balloon Car Race Example:
YouTube Link -> Balloon Car Race
Balloon Car Examples:
Ticket Out the Door:
Sticky note questions
#1 – What is the number one thing you learned today?
#2 – What was the most confusing thing you did today?
Review what we went over today.
Next Generation Science Standards:
HS-PS 21 Analyze data to support the claim that Newton’s second law of motion describes the mathematical relationship among the net force on a macroscopic object, its mass, and it acceleration.