Introduction to Physical Science B!
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
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:
Mr. Tyler Google Texting Number for Help: 1-562-270-5138
Warm Up: (5 Minutes)
CLICK HERE to be taken to quiz on Newton’s Laws of Motion.
Room Number is “A89559b4”
Task #1 – (5 Minutes)
Any questions from the homework?
Task #2 – Newton’s Laws Summative Project (30 Minutes)
Student Sample -> NewtonsLawsProject-StudentSample (1)
Task #3 – Balloon Car Project Prep
Balloon Car Race Examples:
YouTube Link -> Balloon Car Race
Balloon Car Examples:
The Cars Designed by the students in Spring 2018:
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 #3)
Task #8- (Pg. 3 – Question #4)
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?
- Study your reading from Unit 6 packet. You will have a quiz on this material on Monday (1-27-2020). PDF – Link -> Physical Science A – Unit 6 (Mr. Tyler Version)
- Newton Summative Project (Due: 1-27-2020)
- Unit 6 Packet Work Pgs. 42-72 (Due: 1-27-2020)
- 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.