IT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELP

USE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED. Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.Tuesday X Block (rm E-5) Everyday both lunches (rm E-8) ONLINE BOOK: Go to: http://www.glencoe.com/ose/ and enter BEE03CE9E5 .

Monday 3-13-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply procedures in Introductory Physics. OA: Board Question Topics Pass out administrative paperwork Pick up Book from book room Chapter 2 reading Guide Homework: Chapter 2 Reading Guide Reminders Parent Signature due 3-20 Chapter 2 Test 3-20

Tuesday 3-14-17 Learning target: Students will be able to understand the nature of motion and how to describe it helps them understand why motion occurs. OA: Explain the following words: distance, displacement, speed, average speed, instantaneous speed, and velocity. (Page 38) Topics Discuss Motion Motion Physics Quest Homework: Reinforcement 2-1 Reminders Parent Signature due 3-20 Chapter 2 Test 3-20

Wednesday 3-15-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acceleration conceptually and mathematically. OA: Explain the following word: acceleration. (Page 47) Topics Discuss Acceleration Motion Physics Quest Homework: Reinforcement 2-2 Reminders Parent Signature due 3-20 Chapter 2 Test 3-20

Thursday 3-16-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply forces conceptually and mathematically. OA: Explain the following word: force, net force, balanced force and inertia. (Page 52) Topics Discuss Forces Discuss Newton’s 1st Law of Motion Moving Man Lab Homework: Reinforcement 2-3 Reminders Parent Signature due 3-20 Chapter 2 Test 3-20

Friday 3-17-17 Learning target: Students will practice motion and force problems. OA: Compare and contrast distance and displacement. Topics Chapter 2 Practice Test Homework: Chapter 2 Review Reminders Parent Signature due 3-20 Chapter 2 Test 3-20

Monday 3-20-17 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Chapter 2. OA: Compare and contrast speed and velocity. Topics Chapter 2 Test Homework: Chapter 3 Reading Guide Reminders Journal due Friday

Tuesday 3-21-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law. OA: Explain the following terms: Newton’s 2nd Law, friction, static friction, sliding friction and air resistance. Topics Newton’s 2nd Law Newton’s Laws Web quest Homework: Reinforcement 3-1 Reminders Journal due Friday Chapter 3 Test

Wednesday 3-22-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply gravity. OA: Explain the following terms: gravity, weight, centripetal acceleration and centripetal force. Topics Gravity Newton’s Laws Web quest Homework: Reinforcement 3-2 Reminders Journal due Friday Chapter 3 Test 3-27

Thursday 3-23-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply Newton’s 3rd Law. OA: Explain the following terms: Newton’s 3rd law and momentum. Topics Newton’s 3rd Law Gravity Web quest Homework: Reinforcement 3-3 Reminders Journal due Friday Chapter 3 Test 3-27

Friday 3-24-17 Learning target: Students will practice force and momentum problems. OA: Calculate the force on an object that has a mass of 12 kg and an acceleration of 4 m/s2. Topics Hand in Journal Chapter 3 Practice Test Homework: Chapter 2 Review Reminders Chapter 3 Test 3-27

Monday 3-27-17 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Chapter 3. OA: A 10 kg wagon has a speed of 25m/s. What is its momentum? Topics Chapter 3 Test Homework: Chapter 4 Reading Guide Reminders Chapter 4 Test 3 Ring Binder due 3-31

Tuesday 3-28-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply energy mathematically and conceptually. OA: Explain the following terms: kinetic energy, joule, potential energy, elastic potential energy, chemical potential energy and gravitational potential energy. Topics Nature of Energy Skate Park Lab Homework: Reinforcement 4-1 Reminders Chapter 4 Test 3 Ring Binder due 3-31

Wednesday 3-29-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply the conservation of energy mathematically and conceptually. OA: Explain the following terms: Mechanical energy and Conservation of Energy Topics Conservation of Energy Skate Park Lab Homework: Reinforcement 4-2 Reminders Chapter 4 Test 3 Ring Binder due 3-31

Thursday 3-30-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply energy mathematically and conceptually. OA: What is the gravitational potential energy of a ceiling fan that has a mass of 7 kg and is 4 meters above the ground? Topics Hand in Journal Chapter 4 Practice Test Homework: Chapter 4 Review Reminders Chapter 4 Test 3 Ring Binder due 3-31

Friday 3-31-17 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Chapters 2-4. OA: Describe the energy involved as an apple falls from a tree. Topics Chapter 4 Test Homework: Chapter 7 Reading Guide Reminders none

Monday 4-10-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply how objects become charged. OA: Explain the following terms: static electricity, law of conservation of charge, conductor, insulator, charging by contact, and charging by induction. Topics EBC Induction Exploring Electric Charge Lab Homework: Reinforcement 7-1 Reminders Chapter 7 Test 4-18 Journal due Thursday

Tuesday 4-11-17 SAT Test

Wednesday (30 minute class) 4-12-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply Ohm’s Law mathematically and conceptually. OA: Explain the following terms: electric current, voltage difference, circuit, resistance, and Ohm’s Law Topics Ohm’s Law Exploring Electric Charge Lab Homework: Reinforcement 7-2 Reminders Chapter 7 Test 4-18 Journal due Thursday

Thursday 4-13-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply series and parallel circuits. OA: Explain the following terms: series circuit, parallel circuit and power Topics Hand in Journal Series and Parallel Circuits Power Circuit Lab Homework: Reinforcement 7-3 Reminders Chapter 7 Test 4-18

Friday 4-14-17 No school

Monday 4-17-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply series and parallel circuits mathematically and conceptually. OA: Calculate the voltage difference in a circuit with a resistance of 25 Ω if the current in the circuit is .5 A. Topics Chapter 7 Practice Test Homework: Chapter 7 Review Reminders Chapter 7 Test 4-18

Tuesday 4-18-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 7 OA: A toaster is plugged into an outlet that provides a potential difference of 120V. What power does the oven use if the current is 10 A? Topics Chapter 7 Test Homework: Chapter 8 Reading Guide Reminders none

Wednesday4-19-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply magnetism to real life. OA: Explain the following terms: magnetism, magnetic field, magnetic pole, magnetic domain. (page 224) Topics Magnetism Magnetic Field Magnetism Web quest Lab Homework: Reinforcement 8-1 Reminders Chapter 8 Test 4-25

Thursday 4-20-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electricity and magnetism. OA: Explain the following terms: electromagnet, solenoid, galvanometer and electric motor. (page 231) Topics Electromagnet Electric Motor Magnetism Web quest Lab Homework: Reinforcement 8-2 Reminders Chapter 8 Test 4-25

Friday 4-21-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply how to produce electric current. OA: Explain the following terms: electromagnetic induction, generator, turbine, direct current, alternating current and transformer. (page 238) Topics Electromagnetic induction AC vs. DC Magnetism Force Lab Homework: Reinforcement 8-3 Reminders Chapter 8 Test 4-25

Monday 4-24-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply magnetism and electricity OA: Describe the energy conversions that occur when water falls on a paddle wheel connected to a generator that is connected to electric lights. Topics Chapter 8 Practice Test Homework: Chapter 8 Review Reminders Chapter 8 Test 4-25 Journal due Friday

Tuesday 4-25-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 8 OA: Compare and contrast a generator with an electric motor. Topics Chapter 8 Test Homework: Chapter 9 Reading Guide Reminders Journal due Friday

Wednesday 4-26-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply properties of fossil fuels. OA: Explain the following terms: fossil fuel, petroleum, nonrenewable resource. Topics Fossil Fuels Fossil fuel web quest Homework: Reinforcement 9-1 Reminders Chapter 9 Test 5-2 Three Ring Binder 5-2 Journal due Friday

Thursday 4-27-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain how a nuclear reactor converts nuclear energy into thermal energy. OA: Explain the following terms: nuclear reactor and nuclear waste. Topics Nuclear reactors Fossil fuel web quest Homework: Reinforcement 9-2 Reminders Chapter 9 Test 5-2 Three Ring Binder 5-2 Journal due Friday

Friday 4-28-17 Learning target: Students will be able to analyze the need for alternative energy sources. OA: Explain the following terms: renewable resource, photovoltaic cell, hydroelectricity, geothermal energy and biomass. Topics Hand in Journal Renewable Energy Resources Alternative energy web quest Homework: Reinforcement 9-3 Reminders Chapter 9 Test 5-2 Three Ring Binder 5-2

Monday 5-1-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply various energy sources. OA: Explain why coal is considered a nonrenewable enrgy source, but biomass, such as wood, is considered a renewable energy source. Topics Chapter 9 Practice Test Alternative energy web quest Homework: Chapter 9 Review Reminders Chapter 9 Test 5-2 Three Ring Binder 5-2

Tuesday 5-2-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 9 OA: Describe the processes that form oil, natural gas and coal. Topics Chapter 9 Test Homework: Chapter 10 Reading Guide Reminders Chapter 10 Test 5-9

Wednesday 5-3-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: wave, medium, transverse wave and compressional wave. Topics Nature of Waves Wave Inquiry Activity Homework: Reinforcement 10-1 Reminders Chapter 10 Test 5-9

Thursday 5-4-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: crest, troughs, rarefaction, wavelength, frequency, period, and amplitude. Topics Wave properties Wave Inquiry Activity Homework: Reinforcement 10-2 Reminders Chapter 10 Test 5-9

Friday 5-5-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: refraction, diffraction, interference, standing wave and resonance. Topics Wave Behaviors Ripple tank lab Homework: Reinforcement 10-3 Reminders Chapter 10 Test 5-9

Monday 5-8-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics. OA: A wave traveling in water has a frequency of 500 Hz and a wavelength of 3 m. What is the speed of the wave? Topics Chapter 10 Practice Test Ripple tank lab Homework: Chapter 10 Review Reminders Chapter 10 Test 5-9 Journal due Friday

Tuesday 5-9-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 10. OA: Calculate the frequency of a water wave that has a wavelength of .5 m and a speed of 4 m/s. Topics Chapter 10 Test Homework: Chapter 11 Reading Guide Reminders Journal due Friday

Wednesday 5-10-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply sound wave characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: eardrum and cochlea. Topics Nature of Sound Waves Sound Wave Inquiry Activity Homework: Reinforcement 11-1 Reminders Chapter 11 Test 5-17 Journal due Friday

Thursday 5-11-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply sound wave characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: intensity, loudness, decibel, pitch, ultrasonic and Doppler Effect. Topics Properties of Sound Waves Sound Wave Inquiry Activity Homework: Reinforcement 11-2 Reminders Chapter 11 Test 5-17 Journal due Friday

Friday 5-12-17 Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast music and noise.. OA: Explain the following terms: music, sound quality, overtone and resonator. Topics Hand in Journal Music Sound Lab Homework: Reinforcement 11-3 Reminders Chapter 11 Test 5-17

Monday 5-15-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply real life uses of sound waves.. OA: Explain the following terms: acoustics, echolocation and sonar. Topics Sound Wave Uses Sound Lab Homework: Reinforcement 11-4 Reminders Chapter 11 Test 5-17

Tuesday 5-16-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply sound wave characteristics. OA: Sound travels at about 1,500 m/s in seawater. How far will a sonar pulse travel in 45 s? Topics Chapter 11 Practice Test Sound Lab Homework: Chapter 10 Review Reminders Chapter 11 Test 5-17

Wednesday 5-17-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 11. OA: List the parts and functions of the ear. Topics Chapter 11 Test Homework: Chapter 12 Reading Guide Reminders

Thursday 5-18-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic wave characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: electromagnetic waves, radiant energy, and photon. Topics Electromagnetic Waves Electromagnetic Spectrum Homework: Reinforcement 12-1 Reminders Chapter 12 Test 5-24

Friday 5-19-17

Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic spectrum to real life examples. OA: Explain the following terms: radio waves, microwaves, infrared waves, visible light waves, ultraviolet waves, x-rays and gamma rays. Topics Electromagnetic Spectrum Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Web quest Homework:

Reinforcement 12-2 Reminders Chapter 12 Test 5-24

Monday 5-22-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply radio communication and real life examples. OA: Explain the following terms: carrier wave, cathode ray tube, transceiver, Global Positioning System (GPS) Topics Radio Communication Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Web quest Homework: Reinforcement 12-3 Reminders Chapter 12 Test 5-24 Journal due Friday

Tuesday 5-23-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic wave characteristics. OA: Compare and contrast AM and FM radio. Topics Chapter 12 Practice Test Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Web quest Homework: Chapter 12 Review Reminders Chapter 12 Test 5-24 Journal due Friday

Wednesday 5-24-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 12. OA: How does GPS work? Topics Chapter 12 Test Homework: Chapter 13 Reading Guide Reminders Journal due Friday

Thursday 5-25-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic wave characteristics. OA: List the electromagnetic spectrum from longest wavelength to shortest wavelength. (Page 360) Topics Light and Optics Web Quest Homework: None Reminders Journal due Friday Chapter 13 Test 6-5

Friday 5-26-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: opaque, translucent, transparent, index of refraction and mirage (Page 384) Topics Hand in Journal The Behavior of Light Light and Optics Web Quest Homework: Reinforcement 13-1 Reminders Chapter 13 Test 6-5

Monday 5-29-17 Memorial Day

Tuesday 5-30-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light and color. OA: Explain the following terms: pigment (Page 389) Topics Light and Color Light and Optics Web Quest Homework:

Reinforcement 13-2 Reminders Chapter 13 Test 6-5

Wednesday 5-31-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply various forms of light. OA: Explain the following terms: incandescent light, fluorescent light, coherent light and incoherent light. (Page 394) Topics Producing Light Light and Optics Web Quest Homework: Reinforcement 13-3 Reminders Chapter 13 Test 6-5

Thursday 6-1-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply uses of light. OA: Explain the following terms: polarized light, holography and total internal reflection. (Page 400) Topics Light Uses Color Lab Homework:

Reinforcement 13-4 Reminders Chapter 13 Test 6-5

Friday 6-2-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light characteristics. OA: Compare and contrast red and blue light. Topics Chapter 13 Practice Test Color Lab Homework: Chapter 13 Review Reminders Chapter 13 Test 6-5

Monday 6-5-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 13. OA: How is a holograph formed? Topics: Chapter 13 Test Homework: Chapter 14 Reading Guide Reminders Journal due Friday

Tuesday 6-6-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply mirror characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: plane mirror, virtual image, real image, concave mirror, optical axis, focal point, convex mirror (Page 416) Topics Mirrors Final Exam Review and Note card Homework: Reinforcement 14-1 Reminders Three Ring Binder Due Friday Journal due Friday Note card due 6-13

Wednesday 6-7-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply lenses characteristics. OA: Explain the following terms: convex lens, concave lens cornea and retina (Page 424) Topics Lenses Final Exam Review and Note card Homework: Reinforcement 14-2 Reminders Three Ring Binder Due Friday Journal due Friday Note card due 6-13

Thursday 6-8-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply optical instruments. OA: Explain the following terms: refracting telescope, reflecting telescope and microscope (Page 432) Topics Optical instruments Final Exam Review and Note card Homework: Reinforcement 14-3 Reminders Three Ring Binder Due Friday Journal due Friday Note card due 6-13

Friday 6-9-17 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light characteristics. OA: Compare and contrast concave and convex mirrors. Topics Hand in Journal Hand in 3 Ring Binder Chapter 14 Practice Test Final Exam Review and Note card Homework: Chapter 14 Review Reminders Note card due 6-13

Monday 6-12-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 14. OA: None Topics Final Exam Practice Test Homework: Note card Reminders Note card due Tuesday Final Exam Wednesday

Tuesday 6-13-17 Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Introductory Physics. OA: None Topics Hand in Note Card Discuss Practice Final Homework: Study for Final Exam Reminders Final Exam Wednesday

WELCOME TO INTRODUCTORY PHYSICSTHIS WIKI WILL BE YOUR BEST FRIENDIT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELPUSE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED.Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.Tuesday XBlock (rm E-5)Everyday both lunches (rm E-8)ONLINE BOOK: Go to:http://www.glencoe.com/ose/ and enter BEE03CE9E5.

Monday3-13-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply procedures in Introductory Physics.OA: Board QuestionTopicsPass out administrative paperworkPick up Book from book roomChapter 2 reading GuideHomework:Chapter 2 Reading GuideRemindersParent Signature due 3-20Chapter 2 Test 3-20Tuesday3-14-17Learning target: Students will be able to understand the nature of motion and how to describe it helps them understand why motion occurs.OA: Explain the following words: distance, displacement, speed, average speed, instantaneous speed, and velocity. (Page 38)TopicsDiscuss MotionMotion Physics QuestHomework:Reinforcement 2-1RemindersParent Signature due 3-20Chapter 2 Test 3-20Wednesday3-15-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acceleration conceptually and mathematically.OA: Explain the following word: acceleration. (Page 47)TopicsDiscuss AccelerationMotion Physics QuestHomework:Reinforcement 2-2RemindersParent Signature due 3-20Chapter 2 Test 3-20Thursday3-16-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply forces conceptually and mathematically.OA: Explain the following word: force, net force, balanced force and inertia. (Page 52)TopicsDiscuss ForcesDiscuss Newton’s 1st Law of MotionMoving Man LabHomework:Reinforcement 2-3RemindersParent Signature due 3-20Chapter 2 Test 3-20Friday3-17-17Learning target: Students will practice motion and force problems.OA: Compare and contrast distance and displacement.TopicsChapter 2 Practice TestHomework:Chapter 2 ReviewRemindersParent Signature due 3-20Chapter 2 Test 3-20Monday3-20-17Learning target: Students will be assessed on Chapter 2.OA: Compare and contrast speed and velocity.TopicsChapter 2 TestHomework:Chapter 3 Reading GuideRemindersJournal due FridayTuesday3-21-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply Newton’s 2nd Law.OA: Explain the following terms: Newton’s 2nd Law, friction, static friction, sliding friction and air resistance.TopicsNewton’s 2nd LawNewton’s Laws Web questHomework:Reinforcement 3-1RemindersJournal due FridayChapter 3 TestWednesday3-22-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply gravity.OA: Explain the following terms: gravity, weight, centripetal acceleration and centripetal force.TopicsGravityNewton’s Laws Web questHomework:Reinforcement 3-2RemindersJournal due FridayChapter 3 Test 3-27Thursday3-23-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply Newton’s 3rd Law.OA: Explain the following terms: Newton’s 3rd law and momentum.TopicsNewton’s 3rd LawGravity Web questHomework:Reinforcement 3-3RemindersJournal due FridayChapter 3 Test 3-27Friday3-24-17Learning target: Students will practice force and momentum problems.OA: Calculate the force on an object that has a mass of 12 kg and an acceleration of 4 m/s2.TopicsHand in JournalChapter 3 Practice TestHomework:Chapter 2 ReviewRemindersChapter 3 Test 3-27Monday3-27-17Learning target: Students will be assessed on Chapter 3.OA: A 10 kg wagon has a speed of 25m/s. What is its momentum?TopicsChapter 3 TestHomework:Chapter 4 Reading GuideRemindersChapter 4 Test3 Ring Binder due 3-31Tuesday3-28-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply energy mathematically and conceptually.OA: Explain the following terms: kinetic energy, joule, potential energy, elastic potential energy, chemical potential energy and gravitational potential energy.TopicsNature of EnergySkate Park LabHomework:Reinforcement 4-1RemindersChapter 4 Test3 Ring Binder due 3-31Wednesday3-29-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply the conservation of energy mathematically and conceptually.OA: Explain the following terms: Mechanical energy and Conservation of EnergyTopicsConservation of EnergySkate Park LabHomework:Reinforcement 4-2RemindersChapter 4 Test3 Ring Binder due 3-31Thursday3-30-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply energy mathematically and conceptually.OA: What is the gravitational potential energy of a ceiling fan that has a mass of 7 kg and is 4 meters above the ground?TopicsHand in JournalChapter 4 Practice TestHomework:Chapter 4 ReviewRemindersChapter 4 Test3 Ring Binder due 3-31Friday3-31-17Learning target: Students will be assessed on Chapters 2-4.OA: Describe the energy involved as an apple falls from a tree.TopicsChapter 4 TestHomework:Chapter 7 Reading GuideRemindersnoneMonday4-10-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply how objects become charged.OA: Explain the following terms: static electricity, law of conservation of charge, conductor, insulator, charging by contact, and charging by induction.TopicsEBCInductionExploring Electric Charge LabHomework:Reinforcement 7-1RemindersChapter 7 Test 4-18Journal due ThursdayTuesday4-11-17SAT TestWednesday (30 minute class)4-12-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply Ohm’s Law mathematically and conceptually.OA: Explain the following terms: electric current, voltage difference, circuit, resistance, and Ohm’s LawTopicsOhm’s LawExploring Electric Charge LabHomework:Reinforcement 7-2RemindersChapter 7 Test 4-18Journal due ThursdayThursday4-13-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply series and parallel circuits.OA: Explain the following terms: series circuit, parallel circuit and powerTopicsHand in JournalSeries and Parallel CircuitsPowerCircuit LabHomework:Reinforcement 7-3RemindersChapter 7 Test 4-18Friday4-14-17No schoolMonday4-17-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply series and parallel circuits mathematically and conceptually.OA:Calculate the voltage difference in a circuit with a resistance of 25 Ω if the current in the circuit is .5 A.TopicsChapter 7 Practice TestHomework:Chapter 7 ReviewRemindersChapter 7 Test 4-18Tuesday4-18-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 7OA: A toaster is plugged into an outlet that provides a potential difference of 120V. What power does the oven use if the current is 10 A?TopicsChapter 7 TestHomework:Chapter 8 Reading GuideRemindersnoneWednesday4-19-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply magnetism to real life.OA: Explain the following terms: magnetism, magnetic field, magnetic pole, magnetic domain. (page 224)TopicsMagnetismMagnetic FieldMagnetism Web quest LabHomework:Reinforcement 8-1RemindersChapter 8 Test 4-25Thursday4-20-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electricity and magnetism.OA: Explain the following terms: electromagnet, solenoid, galvanometer and electric motor. (page 231)TopicsElectromagnetElectric MotorMagnetism Web quest LabHomework:Reinforcement 8-2RemindersChapter 8 Test 4-25Friday4-21-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply how to produce electric current.OA: Explain the following terms: electromagnetic induction, generator, turbine, direct current, alternating current and transformer. (page 238)TopicsElectromagnetic inductionAC vs. DCMagnetism Force LabHomework:Reinforcement 8-3RemindersChapter 8 Test 4-25Monday4-24-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply magnetism and electricityOA: Describe the energy conversions that occur when water falls on a paddle wheel connected to a generator that is connected to electric lights.TopicsChapter 8 Practice TestHomework:Chapter 8 ReviewRemindersChapter 8 Test 4-25Journal due FridayTuesday4-25-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 8OA: Compare and contrast a generator with an electric motor.TopicsChapter 8 TestHomework:Chapter 9 Reading GuideRemindersJournal due FridayWednesday4-26-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply properties of fossil fuels.OA: Explain the following terms: fossil fuel, petroleum, nonrenewable resource.TopicsFossil FuelsFossil fuel web questHomework:Reinforcement 9-1RemindersChapter 9 Test 5-2Three Ring Binder 5-2Journal due FridayThursday4-27-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain how a nuclear reactor converts nuclear energy into thermal energy.OA: Explain the following terms: nuclear reactor and nuclear waste.TopicsNuclear reactorsFossil fuel web questHomework:Reinforcement 9-2RemindersChapter 9 Test 5-2Three Ring Binder 5-2Journal due FridayFriday4-28-17Learning target: Students will be able to analyze the need for alternative energy sources.OA: Explain the following terms: renewable resource, photovoltaic cell, hydroelectricity, geothermal energy and biomass.TopicsHand in JournalRenewable Energy ResourcesAlternative energy web questHomework:Reinforcement 9-3RemindersChapter 9 Test 5-2Three Ring Binder 5-2Monday5-1-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply various energy sources.OA: Explain why coal is considered a nonrenewable enrgy source, but biomass, such as wood, is considered a renewable energy source.TopicsChapter 9 Practice TestAlternative energy web questHomework:Chapter 9 ReviewRemindersChapter 9 Test 5-2Three Ring Binder 5-2Tuesday5-2-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 9OA: Describe the processes that form oil, natural gas and coal.TopicsChapter 9 TestHomework:Chapter 10 Reading GuideRemindersChapter 10 Test 5-9Wednesday5-3-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: wave, medium, transverse wave and compressional wave.TopicsNature of WavesWave Inquiry ActivityHomework:Reinforcement 10-1RemindersChapter 10 Test 5-9Thursday5-4-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: crest, troughs, rarefaction, wavelength, frequency, period, and amplitude.TopicsWave propertiesWave Inquiry ActivityHomework:Reinforcement 10-2RemindersChapter 10 Test 5-9Friday5-5-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: refraction, diffraction, interference, standing wave and resonance.TopicsWave BehaviorsRipple tank labHomework:Reinforcement 10-3RemindersChapter 10 Test 5-9Monday5-8-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply wave characteristics.OA: A wave traveling in water has a frequency of 500 Hz and a wavelength of 3 m. What is the speed of the wave?TopicsChapter 10 Practice TestRipple tank labHomework:Chapter 10 ReviewRemindersChapter 10 Test 5-9Journal due FridayTuesday5-9-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 10.OA: Calculate the frequency of a water wave that has a wavelength of .5 m and a speed of 4 m/s.TopicsChapter 10 TestHomework:Chapter 11 Reading GuideRemindersJournal due FridayWednesday5-10-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply sound wave characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: eardrum and cochlea.TopicsNature of Sound WavesSound Wave Inquiry ActivityHomework:Reinforcement 11-1RemindersChapter 11 Test 5-17Journal due FridayThursday5-11-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply sound wave characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: intensity, loudness, decibel, pitch, ultrasonic and Doppler Effect.TopicsProperties of Sound WavesSound Wave Inquiry ActivityHomework:Reinforcement 11-2RemindersChapter 11 Test 5-17Journal due FridayFriday5-12-17Learning target: Students will be able to compare and contrast music and noise..OA: Explain the following terms: music, sound quality, overtone and resonator.TopicsHand in JournalMusicSound LabHomework:Reinforcement 11-3RemindersChapter 11 Test 5-17Monday5-15-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply real life uses of sound waves..OA: Explain the following terms: acoustics, echolocation and sonar.TopicsSound Wave UsesSound LabHomework:Reinforcement 11-4RemindersChapter 11 Test 5-17Tuesday5-16-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply sound wave characteristics.OA: Sound travels at about 1,500 m/s in seawater. How far will a sonar pulse travel in 45 s?TopicsChapter 11 Practice TestSound LabHomework:Chapter 10 ReviewRemindersChapter 11 Test 5-17Wednesday5-17-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 11.OA: List the parts and functions of the ear.TopicsChapter 11 TestHomework:Chapter 12 Reading GuideRemindersThursday5-18-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic wave characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: electromagnetic waves, radiant energy, and photon.TopicsElectromagnetic WavesElectromagnetic SpectrumHomework:Reinforcement 12-1RemindersChapter 12 Test 5-24Friday5-19-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic spectrum to real life examples.OA: Explain the following terms: radio waves, microwaves, infrared waves, visible light waves, ultraviolet waves, x-rays and gamma rays.TopicsElectromagnetic SpectrumLight and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Web questHomework:Reinforcement 12-2RemindersChapter 12 Test 5-24Monday5-22-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply radio communication and real life examples.OA: Explain the following terms: carrier wave, cathode ray tube, transceiver, Global Positioning System (GPS)TopicsRadio CommunicationLight and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Web questHomework:Reinforcement 12-3RemindersChapter 12 Test 5-24Journal due FridayTuesday5-23-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic wave characteristics.OA: Compare and contrast AM and FM radio.TopicsChapter 12 Practice TestLight and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Web questHomework:Chapter 12 ReviewRemindersChapter 12 Test 5-24Journal due FridayWednesday5-24-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 12.OA: How does GPS work?TopicsChapter 12 TestHomework:Chapter 13 Reading GuideRemindersJournal due FridayThursday5-25-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply electromagnetic wave characteristics.OA: List the electromagnetic spectrum from longest wavelength to shortest wavelength. (Page 360)TopicsLight and Optics Web QuestHomework:NoneRemindersJournal due FridayChapter 13 Test 6-5Friday5-26-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: opaque, translucent, transparent, index of refraction and mirage (Page 384)TopicsHand in JournalThe Behavior of LightLight and Optics Web QuestHomework:Reinforcement 13-1RemindersChapter 13 Test 6-5Monday5-29-17Memorial DayTuesday5-30-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light and color.OA: Explain the following terms: pigment (Page 389)TopicsLight and ColorLight and Optics Web QuestHomework:Reinforcement 13-2RemindersChapter 13 Test 6-5Wednesday5-31-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply various forms of light.OA: Explain the following terms: incandescent light, fluorescent light, coherent light and incoherent light. (Page 394)TopicsProducing LightLight and Optics Web QuestHomework:Reinforcement 13-3RemindersChapter 13 Test 6-5Thursday6-1-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply uses of light.OA: Explain the following terms: polarized light, holography and total internal reflection. (Page 400)TopicsLight UsesColor LabHomework:Reinforcement 13-4RemindersChapter 13 Test 6-5Friday6-2-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light characteristics.OA: Compare and contrast red and blue light.TopicsChapter 13 Practice TestColor LabHomework:Chapter 13 ReviewRemindersChapter 13 Test 6-5Monday6-5-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 13.OA: How is a holograph formed?Topics:Chapter 13 TestHomework:Chapter 14 Reading GuideRemindersJournal due FridayTuesday6-6-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply mirror characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: plane mirror, virtual image, real image, concave mirror, optical axis, focal point, convex mirror (Page 416)TopicsMirrorsFinal Exam Review and Note cardHomework:Reinforcement 14-1RemindersThree Ring Binder Due FridayJournal due FridayNote card due 6-13Wednesday6-7-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply lenses characteristics.OA: Explain the following terms: convex lens, concave lens cornea and retina (Page 424)TopicsLensesFinal Exam Review and Note cardHomework:Reinforcement 14-2RemindersThree Ring Binder Due FridayJournal due FridayNote card due 6-13Thursday6-8-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply optical instruments.OA: Explain the following terms: refracting telescope, reflecting telescope and microscope (Page 432)TopicsOptical instrumentsFinal Exam Review and Note cardHomework:Reinforcement 14-3RemindersThree Ring Binder Due FridayJournal due FridayNote card due 6-13Friday6-9-17Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply light characteristics.OA: Compare and contrast concave and convex mirrors.TopicsHand in JournalHand in 3 Ring BinderChapter 14 Practice TestFinal Exam Review and Note cardHomework:Chapter 14 ReviewRemindersNote card due 6-13Monday6-12-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Chapter 14.OA: NoneTopicsFinal Exam Practice TestHomework:Note cardRemindersNote card due TuesdayFinal Exam WednesdayTuesday6-13-17Learning target: Students will be able assessed on Introductory Physics.OA: NoneTopicsHand in Note CardDiscuss Practice FinalHomework:Study for Final ExamRemindersFinal Exam Wednesday