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:
When you come in today you will see the word “Physics” written on the board”. This time written vertically! The goal in this warm up is to write a science related word for each letter in Physics. The winner is the person who uses the most letters.
Example: Students doing the same thing, but with the word “Winter” instead.
Student#1 (used 37 letters) Winner!
Student #2 (used 35 letters)
OUR Warm Up Winner!!
Congrats K’zari! Our winner of a McDonald’s gift card!!
Task #1 – (Review)
Prompt: How do you think physics relates to your world? What do you think the job of a physicist includes?
Information to Consider:
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 –
We are going to finish up our video clip analysis of Physics in action.
Link -> .Doc Version -> Carton Physics Analysis Sheet
Task #4 – (Pg. 3 – Question #1)
Real World Example:
Task #5 – (Pg. 3 – Question #2)
Task #6 – (Pg. 3 – Question #3)
Task #7 – (Pg. 3 – Question #4)
Task #8 – (Pg. 3 – Question #5)
Task #9 – (Unit Work)
From here today we will be taking care of the following problems on the following pages:
Pgs. 4- 7 (Skipped)
Pgs. 8-10 (We will do every problem)
Pg. 12 (Problem #1)
Pg. 16 (Problems 1-4)
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 and rediscover your physical science books.
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.