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Title: Monday, September 21st


1
Monday, September 21st
Entry Task Please get a new entry task brochure
from front desk On the forms of energy worksheet
on page 17 in your notebook, write if each form
of energy is Potential or is Kinetic.
PEPotential, KEKinetic. On the back of that
worksheet add elastic energy (page 76) and
gravitational energy (page 427) and write a
description for each, give an example and
identify if it is KE or PE
  • Schedule
  • Energy types and forms
  • Energy conservation
  • Objective
  • I can identify the different types and forms of
    energy and I can explain how energy is conserved
    when it changes from one form to another
  • Homework
  • Finish Reading 3.2. Complete page 18 and 19 in
    notebook
  • Please Have on Desk
  • Forms of E worksheet

2
Kinetic or Potential?
Kinetic Energy of Motion Objects with Kinetic
Energy must be moving
3
Kinetic or Potential?
Potential Stored Energy (Due to position, shape
or chemical make-up
4
Kinetic or Potential?
Potential Stored Energy (Due to position, shape
or chemical make-up)
Chicken Feet
5
Kinetic or Potential?
Kinetic Energy of Motion Objects with Kinetic
Energy must be moving
Baby Bungee
6
Kinetic or Potential?
Potential Stored Energy (Due to position, shape
or chemical make-up)
Baby Bungee
7
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8
3.2 Notes Read pg 78-81 Trace your hand on page
18 of your composition notebook. On the palm of
your hand, write down _at_ least 1 big idea from
your reading On the fingers, write down details.
9
Energy Conversion and Conservation
  • Label page 19 Energy Conversion and
    Conservation
  • Energy can be converted from one type to the
    other and from one form to another.
  • Read page 82-83 and answer the following
    questions, IQIA
  • What is the law of conservation of energy?
  • Is energy ever lost when converting from one
    form/type to another? Is it ever gained?
  • What is energy efficiency?
  • If something is not efficient, where does the
    energy go? Is it lost?

10
Tuesday, September 22nd
  • Entry Task
  • Your cell phone turns one form of energy into
    another. What form of energy does a cell phone
    begin with and what form(s) are created as a
    result of using your phone?
  • Schedule
  • Energy Conservation and conversions
  • Objective
  • I can explain how energy is always conserves and
    how it is converted from one form to another
  • Homework
  • Energy Conversion comic
  • Please have on your desk
  • Page 18 and 19 in notebook

11
Possible Answer
  • Cell phones require electrical energy in order to
    work (Could start with Chemical energy in
    battery)
  • Electrical energy is turned into sound energy,
    electromagnetic energy (light or radio waves) and
    thermal energy
  • A cell phone is a device that CONVERTS or
    TRANSFERS energy

12
Energy Conversion Pics
  • For Each Picture
  • List all forms of energy present
  • Show Energy conversion diagram

Potential
Kinetic
Potential
HINT You will have to think about what happened
before and after picture
13
Burning Wood
14
Driving
15
Toy Robot
16
Fan
17
Hydroelectric Dam
18
Wednesday, September 23rd
  • Entry Task
  • Grab a Salmon colored sheet off the front desk.
    Answer the two questions for step 1. Make sure to
    use full sentences, IQIA.
  • Glue this sheet onto page 22 in your notebook and
    title it Conservation of energy close read.
  • You will need to glue other papers on page 22 as
    well so only glue top part down.
  • Schedule
  • Conservation of energy close read
  • Objective
  • I can review the different forms of energy and
    energy conversions
  • I can use context clues to define new vocabulary
  • Homework
  • Complete Vocab (not dictionary definition
  • Please have on your desk
  • Energy Conversion Comic

19
Thursday, September 24th
  • Entry Task
  • Your homework from yesterday will be officially
    due tomorrow. Open your notebook up to the very
    last page
  • Schedule
  • Computer lab day
  • Objective
  • I can describe the objective of this unit.
  • I will understand what simulation is and how it
    is used.
  • Homework
  • None
  • Please have on your desk
  • Science Notebook

20
What is Simulation?
  • Computer App Session 1

21
What is Simulation?
  • Learning Objectives
  • I can describe the objective of this unit.
  • I will understand what simulation is and how it
    is used.

22
What will we learn and do?
  • Define a simulation
  • Analyze a simple simulation
  • Use Scratch to build simulations for gravity,
    exponential growth, and energy production

23
What will we learn and do?
  • Work in groups to come up with your own physics
    simulation
  • Design and build your simulation
  • Test and improve your simulation
  • Present your simulation to the class

24
How does Chemistry apply to us?
  • You are a model of chemistry!
  • You are about 70 water (H2O) and the rest is a
    lot of other chemicals combined together.
  • Your body is a mixture of solids, liquids, and
    gases.
  • Every second of every day, you have chemical
    processes and energy transformations occurring.

25
Chemistry is why your blood type matters!
  • If you lose a lot of blood, you get a blood
    transfusion.
  • It is important to get the right kind of blood or
    you could be seriously hurt or even die.
  • Hospitals test blood to see what type it is. Do
    you know your blood type?

26
Blood Typing
  • People have blood type A, B, AB, or O. (O blood
    has neither A nor B.)
  • Their blood can also be Rh or Rh-.
  • If you give a transfusion with blood that has A
    or B, and the patients blood does not have that,
    they will have a bad reaction. You can give type
    O blood to any patient.
  • Rh blood can only go to an Rh patient, Rh-
    blood can go to any patient.

27
Create a Hypothesis
  • Question If a person has B- type blood, what
    type of blood transfusion would they be
    compatible with?
  • Make an If, then, because statement.

28
Watch as I demonstrate
29
You may now log in
  • Go to http//www.nobelprize.org/educational/medici
    ne/bloodtypinggame/
  • Click on Play the Blood Typing Game
  • Click on Proceed once the game is loaded.
  • Click on Quick game same patients (the last
    card)
  • Click on Proceed

30
Log out of your computer
  • In groups of 4,
  • Each person has about 30 seconds to share what
    they learned.
  • Now discuss,
  • What is a simulation?
  • Why do you think people use simulations?
  • Can you name other simulations you have seen or
    used?

31
Possible answers
  • Simulation is something that looks and acts like
    something, but isnt real.
  • Simulation is used for practice (flight
    simulators, surgery), entertainment (SIM games),
    research (scientific simulation)
  • Simulations they might know about flight,
    driving, boats, surgery, architecture,
    engineering, military, games
  • Simulations often use computers, but they dont
    have to

32
Friday, September 25th
  • Entry Task
  • Share the definitions that you created for the
    vocabulary words for the close read with the
    person sitting next to you. Make any changes you
    may need after a discussion.
  • Schedule
  • Conservation of energy close read
  • Objective
  • I can closely read a text and use the text to
    answer questions
  • Homework
  • Finish Questions if not done in class
  • Please have on your desk
  • Notebook open to page 23

33
Dictionary Definitions
  • Fundamental serving as, or being an essential
    part of, a foundation of basis basic underlying
  • Fixed not fluctuating or varying definite
  • Wasted done to no avail useless
  • Chemical a substance produced by or used in a
    chemical process
  • Friction the rubbing of a surface of one object
    against another object
  • Mechanical physical motion
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