# Topic:

Introduction to Physical Science B!

# Unit:

6

PDF – Link -> Physical Science A – Unit 6 (Mr. Tyler Version)

# Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:

Students will attain an 80% passage rate in 3 of 4 trials

# Objective:

How Physics relates to the world around us.

# Life Connection:

Students will answer this question before leaving class today.

# Behavioral Norms:

• Learn from mistakes
• Tolerance
• Participate
• Personal electronics only when appropriate

# Key Concepts:

Patterns, Cause and Effect, System and System Models

# Course Digital Resources:

Mr. Tyler Google Texting Number for Help: 1-562-270-5138

# Warm Up: (15 Minutes)

Room Number is “A89559b4”

# Agenda:

## Task #1 – (5 Minutes)

Turn In Newton Summative Projects

Student Sample -> NewtonsLawsProject-StudentSample (1)

## Task #2 – Balloon Car Project Prep Sketch

### Balloon Car Race Examples:

Balloon Car Examples:

The Cars Designed by the students in Spring 2018:

## Task #3 – Unit 6 Work (Momentum Practice) Problems

I want us to practice using some of the formulas that we have yet to do before continuing in the unit.

## Task #4 – Unit 6 Work

PDF – Link -> Physical Science A – Unit 6 (Mr. Tyler Version)

## Ticket Out the Door:

Below this lesson plan you will see a link that says “Leave a comment”. Click on this link and answer the two question below. Do not forget to put your name in this format “Samantha B.” Whole first name and the initial of the beginning of your last night. These responses to the ticket out the door will be part of your participation grade.

#1 – What is the number one thing you learned today?

#2 – What was the most confusing thing we covered today?

## Homework:

• Study your reading from Unit 6 packet. You will have a quiz on this material on Monday (1-29-2020).
1. PDF – Link -> Physical Science A – Unit 6 (Mr. Tyler Version)
• Unit 6 Packet Work – Finish Unit Work (Due: 2-3-2020)
• Balloon Car Needs to be built (Due: 2-3-2020)

### 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.

## 16 thoughts on “Physical Science B – Lesson #4 (1-27-2020)”

1. haley says:

#1 – What is the number one thing you learned today?
That the unit test 6 is on the fifth
#2 – What was the most confusing thing we covered today?
the warm up quiz was confusing

haley h.

2. Jetzal says:

1. the one thing i learned is momentum practice
2. the most confusing thing we covered was the collision problems.

3. Hannah says:

I learned a new formula

4. vivian says:

the number one thing I learned was the math part
the most confusing part was the definitions on the quiz

Vivian L.

5. Rebecca Rubalcava says:

Rebecca Rubalcava
1. How to calculate momentum with velocity and mass.
2.Calculating speed.

6. Lily Perlman says:

1) M1V1=M2V2
2) having to memorize formulas & making obvious mistakes while speeding through warm up quiz

7. Anthony M. says:

1.using math in the questions

2.also using math in the questions

I learned the formula and what not
The formula itself was pretty hard.

9. Joshua J says:

Joshua J.
the most confusing this was the m1v1 part

10. Deiry r says:

THe number one thing i learned today would have to be m1 m2
and the most confusing would have to be on how to get the answer but i got it down

11. tony wolfe says:

1. the formulas were my favorite
2.the reverse functions to find velocity

12. valeria says:

the number one thing i learned today was the practice problems
and the hardest this was the momentum practice problems

13. jayleen C. says:

1. I learned how to use the formula p=mv
2. most confusing was when we use m1v1= m2v2
Jayleen C.

14. britney p. says:

The easiest thing i learned today was about reactions. The most confusing thing i learned today was M1, V1.

15. Marquise Washington says:

1. the formula for momentum
2. the most confusing thing was the quiz
Marquise W.

16. stephanie cortez says:

The one thing i learned today was understand how to solve each math problem
The most confusing thing we covered today was the equations and solving the problems