General Physical Science S2 - Mushel
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  • 8.3 and 8.4

    245 1-5

    249 1-6

    257 7-9, 19-25

     Lab

    258 33

    Brain Pop 

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    Password     flyers

  • Chapter 10

  • Final Review

  • Physics PreTest

  • Acid Rain WebProject

  • Waves and Sound (CH 17)

        The state standards for this unit are listed below.  You will be responsible for you in this unit.  I will provide my notes, videos, demonstrations, and other activities for you to learn this material but you are the one who needs to do the work to learn it.

       Besides there being a test at the end of this unit, you will also create something for me, to show me what you know in some other way.  You will need to come up with your own project that encompasses the material, a short speech, a poster board, a song or dance, a poem, sitting down with another adult and just having a conversation about the material or some other method that you can show me you know the material.  I am open to lots of ides for this...just ask me.

    3. Energy

    1. Sound waves are generated from mechanical oscillations of objects and travel through a medium.

    9P.2.3.1.1

    Analyze the frequency, period and amplitude of an oscillatory system.  For example: An ideal pendulum, a vibrating string, or a vibrating spring-and-mass system.

    3. Energy

    1. Sound waves are generated from mechanical oscillations of objects and travel through a medium.

    9P.2.3.1.2

    Describe how vibration of physical objects sets up transverse and/or longitudinal waves in gases, liquids and solid materials.

    3. Energy

    1. Sound waves are generated from mechanical oscillations of objects and travel through a medium.

    9P.2.3.1.3

    Explain how interference, resonance, refraction and reflection affect sound waves.

    3. Energy

    1. Sound waves are generated from mechanical oscillations of objects and travel through a medium.

    9P.2.3.1.4

    Describe the Doppler effect changes that occur in an observed sound as a result of the motion of a source of the sound relative to a receiver.

    Things for you to over the next week or so:

          -  Read Chapter 17

    Day 1    

           Do CH 17 Vocab

           Read 17.1 Notes...they are below...take some of your own notes on a piece of paper so you can use it on a traditional test if you choose that route.

           Read CH 17.1, while doing this, complete the 17.1WS. Complete this on your iPad...I will look at it at the end of this unit.

           Page 503 1-7   Do these on a piece of paper that you need to save.  We will be adding more to it

           Watch Brian Pop Waves...username lfchs     password   flyers   Take the quiz at the end and screen shot your score.  Be prepared to show me your iPad with the screen shot.  If you don't like your score, take the quiz again to do better. 

    Day 2 

           - Watch Transverse and Longitudinal (Compression) Wave Video

           -  Read CH17.2 Notes

           - Read CH 17.2 and do the 17.2WS

          -  Watch Wave Properties Video

           -  Watch Wave Calculation Video

           -  Do Wave Calculation WS

           -  Do page 507 1-5

    Day 3 + 4        

           -  Read 17.3 Notes

           -  Do 17.3 WS

           -  Do page 512 1-5

           -  Watch Brian Pop Refraction/Diffraction ...username lfchs     password   flyers   Take the quiz at the end and screen shot your score.  Be prepared to show me your iPad with the screen shot.  If you don't like your score, take the quiz again to do better. 

    Day 5 + 6       

           -  Read 17.4 Notes

           -  Do 17.4 WS

           -  Do page 521 1-5

           -   Watch Brian Pop Sound ...username lfchs     password   flyers   Take the quiz at the end and screen shot                    your score.  Be prepared to show me your iPad with the screen shot.  If you don't like your score, take                    the quiz again to do better. 

           -  Do the Wave Practice WS

           -  Watch the Doppler Effect video

           -  Watch the Interference Video

  • Chapter 18

    Read Chapter 18

    Brain Pop 

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    Password     flyers

     

  • Chemistry Post Test

    Chemistry Post Test

  • Extra Credit

    Due March 27th

  • Chapter 20

    Read Chapter 20...Skip the last section!!!

  • Chapter 21

  • Chapter 22

  • Chapter 11

    Find Vocab for Ch 11...these are on page 350...  first word "frame of reference"  last word "nonlinear graph"(4/26)

    Vocab Quiz on Friday

  • Chapter 12

    Read Chapter 12

    • Day 1

      Learn Vocab

      You and a partner:

                 1) Watch Newton's Laws Lecture...stop at the 7:35 mark!!!!!!!!

                 2)  Do Newton's Laws Worksheet

                 3)  Do Newton Book...instructions are below

    • Day 2-3

      Do Brain Pops

           - Newton's Laws

           - Isaac Newton

      Continue working on Newton Book

    • Day 4

      Do Momentum WS

      Add 4 pages to Newton Book

           - 2 pages on Momentum

           - 2 pages on Law of Conservation of Momentum

      Remember the format for these pages...define it, find a picture(no illustrations, find a regular old picture), explain how it relates or is an example to the term.

    • Day 5

      Watch the Mass vs Weight video

      Do Weight,Friction, and Equilibrium WS

      Add 4 pages to Newton Book

           - 1 page on Weight

           - 1 page on Mass

           - 2 pages on Friction...1 page each for 2 different types of friction 

      Remember the format for these pages...define it, find a picture(no illustrations, find a regular old picture), explain how it relates or is an example to the term.

    • Notes

      My notes on CH 12...read them if you need some help with the concepts

  • Chemistry Post Test

  • Topic 17

  • Survey

    Take hit the link below and take the survey.

  • Chapter 14.1 and 15

    State Science Standards

    Physical Science

    Motion

    When objects change their motion or interact with other objects in the absence of

    frictional forces, the total amount of mechanical energy remains constant.

     

    9P.2.2.2.1 Explain and calculate the work, power, potential energy and kinetic energy involved in objects moving under the influence of gravity and other mechanical forces.

     

    Your job:

       Find a way to let me know that you know this!!!!!!

     

    14.1 and 15

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