CP Week Ahead: Set 3

OK Guys. Here’s what we are going to do for the next couple of weeks. Again if you need a hardcopy you should pick that up at the school. If you are getting the hardcopy version, I need to see your work, so snap a picture of your answers and send to [email protected] or email your answers.
By the way, a historical moment for you. Yesterday,on April 6th 1992, DUKE won their second NCAA Championship in a row with a 71-51 victory over the Michigan Wolverines. This was the Michigan team that started five freshman which was unheard of during this time period. Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Ray Jackson, and Jimmy King were the freshmen starters. Lastly, a little FYI there is a BIG FOOT Social Distancing Virtual run you can sign up for that donates to Food Banks! You decide the distance and send in your name once you complete your run and they send you a shirt! I know just the thought of running takes your breath away for some of you, but you could walk, bike, skate, or hike the distance if you want! I signed up!!! JUST SAYIN’ BIG FOOT SOCIAL DISTANCING RACE

Assignment 1: DUE BY: APRIL 16th:
You can use your notes to answer the questions. Make sure to put your name on the Google Form and hit submit. Your results are sent directly to me. The form closes on April 16th, so submit to me before the due date.
Temperature Questions Answer Document
Temperature Questions

Assignment 2: DUE BY APRIL 21ST
You can use your notes for this as well. This is a faster pace quiz, you will see a timer, but that is not a big factor in your response, so don’t worry about it if you are taking your time. If you have not used this site before in another class, make sure to include your name so I know it is you and you can sign up for a free account. The site as excellent practice quizzes for many subjects. Once you record your name and answer the questions, it will send your results to me and show you were you stand on the leader board.

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CP WEEK AHEAD: LOCK-DOWN PHASE 2

Hey guys, I hope all of you are well. As we move into the second phase of our social distancing practices, we will look at specifically temperature conversions and phase change. Once we get back together, we will talk about all of the concepts, complete some labs and interesting demos, and I will do some problem session with you. The following is a reading/notes handout on phase changes and latent heat. Latent means “hidden”, so it is the hidden heat necessary to make a substance change phases. So from like liquid to solid or liquid to gas. Think dry ice and water! That is a very fun phase change we will play around with! I have also included some practice problems for temperature conversions. You may remember this from chemistry. Converting between Celsius, Kelvin, and Fahrenheit. I also included an answer bank on the worksheet to check yo’self! Oh and since I have your attention, I would like to make a special note that Big Foot has been practicing this social distancing thing for decades! Think about it…WORLD CHAMP! Now, that I have you riled up, until we meet again…have a good day, stay out of trouble, and GO DUKE.

Phases Changes of Water
Phases Changes of Water Notes handout
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION PRACTICE PROBLEMS

CP WEEK AHEAD

Hey guys! I hope you are well and without too much cabin fever! I have posted a couple assignments for you to complete the next few weeks. These are the reading and notes handouts we typically do in class. If you can not print the handouts, that’s ok just complete on your own paper or in your notes journal/spiral. If you can not access the internet, I have left a hardcopy of the reading and the notes handout with Mrs. Jennings. You can pick it up at the school on Wednesday from 4-6. I hope you are well!

CH 21: Temperature Reading

Ch 21: Notes handout

Ch 22: Heat Transfer

CH 22 Notes Handout

CP Week Ahead: 3/2-3/6

This week we will begin our study of circular motion. If you are going to be gone this Thursday and/or Friday, I need your work before you leave. So make sure you turn it in. All assignments need to be made up this week. The nine weeks ends on Friday.

Absent Monday, here’s a presentation for you and get the notes from someone in class. Circular Motion Reading

Monday: Topics: Circular Motion
Activities: Discussion: Circular Motion
Notes Presentation

Tuesday: Topics: Circular Motion
Activities: Lab: Spinning Basketball
HW:

Wednesday: Topics: Circular Motion
Partner Practice: March Madness: Circular Motion Scavenger Hunt Circular Motion Problems

Thursday: Topics: Circular Motion
Partner Practice: March Madness: Circular Motion Scavenger Hunt Circular Motion Problems

Friday: Topics: Circular Motion
Individual Practice: Circular Motion Concept Questions Complete both worksheets
MOPS: Acceleration and Circular Motion
MOPS: Circular Motion and Inertia

CP Week head: 2/24-2/28

This week we will wrap up our discussion of momentum and impulse. We will then move on to Circular motion. Round and Round here we go. If you are going to be gone let me know so we can arrange your assignments. If you are gone on Thursday, you need to complete the notes handout and have it ready for Friday otherwise you will be behind.

Monday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Science Appetizer: Momentum Vocabulary Sort (FA)
Quick Pick: MOPS: Impulse and Momentum
HW: Unfinished problems

Tuesday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse (Explore) TEKS: 6C, 6D, 1A-B, 2A-L, 3A-F
Activities: Test Momentum

Wednesday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse (Explore) TEKS: 6C, 6D, 1A-B, 2A-L, 3A-F
Activities: Test Corrections: Momentum

Thursday: Topics: Circular Motion (Engage/Explain) TEKS: 1A-B, 2A-L, 3A-F, 4A-F
Activities: Individual Practice: Notes over Circular Motion
Circular Motion Chapter Reading
Cicular Motion Reading handout

Friday: Topics: Circular Motion (Engage/Explain) TEKS: 1A-B, 2A-L, 3A-F, 4A-F
Activities: Discussion: Circular Motion

CP Week Ahead: 2/17-2/21

This week we will look at conservation of momentum and different types of collisions. If you are going to be gone, look ahead so you can see what you are going to miss and get with me to plan your makeup work.

Monday: Holiday

Tuesday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Science Appetizer: Momentum Demos
Lecture/Discussion: Conservation of Momentum/Collisions
Guided Practice: Conservation of Momentum Practice Problems
HW:

Wednesday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Science Appetizer: Momentum Demos
Guided Practice: Conservation of Momentum Practice Problems (Collision problems)
HW:

Thursday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Q&A: Momentum Practice Problems
Lab: Collisions
HW: unfinished problems

Friday: Monday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Science Appetizer: Momentum Vocabulary Sort
Lab: Collisions unfinished portions
HW:

CP Week Ahead: 2/10-2/14

This week we will begin our study of momentum and impulse. If you are going to be out of school, let me know so we can plan your assignments. If you are absent, check out what you missed so you are prepared when you return to school.

Monday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Lecture/Discussion: Momentum/Impulse
Guided Practice: Momentum Practice Handout #1
1st/7th do odd numbered problems as well as front side
5th do even numbered problems as well as front side

Tuesday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Partner Practice: Momentum Equation Sort and Problem Solving
HW: unfinished problems

Wednesday:Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Energy Test Corrections
Partner Practice: Momentum Equation Sort and Problem Solving (unfinished problems)
HW: unfinished problems

Thursday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: Momentum/Impulse Scavenger Hunt Handout USE your notes to complete the problems
HW: complete unfinished problems

Friday: Topics: Momentum/Impulse
Activities: TBA

CP Week Ahead: 2/3-2/7

This week we will finish up our s=study of energy and then move on to momentum and collisions at the beginning of next week. If you are going to be gone this week look ahead and get your assignments before you leave. IF you miss test corrections on Friday, you will need to come into enrichment either Monday or Tuesday next week to do your corrections.

Monday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Lab: Bouncy Balls
HW:

Tuesday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Q&A: Kinetic Problems #1
Lab: Bouncy Balls

Wednesday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Partner Practice: Battleship
HW:

Thursday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Test: Energy

Friday: Topics: Work and Work-Energy Theorem
Activities: Test corrections
Momentum Chapter Reading and Notes (paper copy passed out in class on Monday due Monday 2/10)
Momentum Reading
Notes handout

CP Week Ahead: 1/27-1/31

If you are going to be gone this week, look ahead to your assignments and have them ready when you return. We will have a half day Wednesday with only periods 1-5 meeting, and then on Thursday juniors will be gone from 8-12 for GLOBE day. I have planned Wednesday and Thursday’s activities to accommodate the schedule, so you will not have extra work. If you are absent on your own please take care of you assignments.

Monday: Topics:
Activities: Q&A: Work/Power test
Q&A: Energy Park
HW:

Tuesday: Topics: Work-Energy Theorem and Types of Energy
Activities: Science Appetizer: Bowling Ball Pendulum
Discussion: Work-Energy Theorem and Types of Energy
Guided Practice: Energy Problems 1
HW:

Wednesday/Thursday: Topics: Work-Energy Theorem and Types of Energy
Activities: Science Appetizer: Stirling Engine Demo
Guided Practice: Energy Problems 1
HW: unfinished problems

Friday:
Activities: Partner Practice: Energy Practice 2

Assignment 1/24

I will be grading the Energy Park assignment from Thursday and the following assignment this weekend. If you are in class you are expected to have both assignments turned into the sub by the end of you class period. There are no exceptions. We will do test corrections on Monday.

Assignment 1/24 BIG FOOT