"Bart's Place"

Welcome to Mr. Bartleson's

8th Grade Physical SCIENCE Class 

SPRING 2016

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Wednesday, February 3, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  What were the possible sources of error in collecting data from the marble motion lab?


Classwork:


1) Continue with Marble Motion Lab (Analysis)



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Wednesday, February 3, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  What were the possible sources of error in collecting data from the marble motion lab?


Classwork:


1) Continue with Marble Motion Lab (Analysis and Conclusion)


Homework:  Finish remainder of conclusion to the marble motion lab and add a cover sheet (as shown on your "Lab Report" form)

DUE TOMORROW AT BEGINNING OF CLASS



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Tuesday, February 2, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  Explain how a dependent variable is different from an independent variable?


Classwork:


1) Review answers to Quiz#1

2) Continue with Motion Lab 



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Tuesday, February 2, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal: Explain how a dependent variable is different from an independent variable?


Classwork:


1) Review answers to Quiz#1

2) Continue with Motion Lab 


Homework:  (none)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Monday, February 1, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) Continue with Motion Lab from last Thursday



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Monday, February 1, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal: (none)


Classwork:


1) Continue with Motion Lab from last Thursday



Homework:  (none)

**FOR THOSE IN 5TH PERIOD, MAKEUPS FOR QUIZ #1 WILL BE AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR AFTER SCHOOL NEXT MONDAY OR BEFORE SCHOOL THURSDAY (TOMORROW) OR BEFORE SCHOOL MONDAY NEXT WEEK** PLEASE MAKE APPROPRIATE PLANS WITH YOUR PARENT(S)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Friday, January 29, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  A student wanted to test the effects of different temperatures on how quickly a sugar cube dissolves in water.  Give the independent variable, dependent variable, and two controls for such an experiment.


Classwork:


1Turn in December/January journals TODAY

2) Motion packet classwork due at end of class period



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Friday, January 29, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  A student wanted to test the effects of different temperatures on how quickly a sugar cube dissolves in water.  Give the independent variable, dependent variable, and two controls for such an experiment.


Classwork:


1Turn in December/January journals TODAY

2) Motion packet classwork due at end of class period



Homework:  (none)

**FOR THOSE IN 5TH PERIOD, MAKEUPS FOR QUIZ #1 WILL BE AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR AFTER SCHOOL NEXT MONDAY OR BEFORE SCHOOL THURSDAY (TOMORROW) OR BEFORE SCHOOL MONDAY NEXT WEEK** PLEASE MAKE APPROPRIATE PLANS WITH YOUR PARENT(S)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Thursday, January 28, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1Finish lab preparation for the Motion Lab "How does the height of a ramp affect the speed of a marble?"

2) Begin lab



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Thursday, January 28, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) Finish lab preparation for the Motion Lab "How does the height of a ramp affect the speed of a marble?"

2) Begin lab



Homework:  (none)

**FOR THOSE IN 5TH PERIOD, MAKEUPS FOR QUIZ #1 WILL BE AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR AFTER SCHOOL NEXT MONDAY OR BEFORE SCHOOL THURSDAY (TOMORROW) OR BEFORE SCHOOL MONDAY NEXT WEEK** PLEASE MAKE APPROPRIATE PLANS WITH YOUR PARENT(S)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Wednesday, January 27, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  Describe the three changes in motion on this graph.  (See Mr. Bartleson for the graph)


Classwork:


1) Quiz #1 Motion



Homework:  DUE TOMORROW -  Come up with at least 10 steps (procedures) for our motion lab tomorrow for discussion within your group.

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Wednesday, January 27, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) Quiz #1 Motion



Homework:  DUE TOMORROW -  Come up with at least 10 steps (procedures) for our motion lab tomorrow for discussion within your group.

**FOR THOSE IN 5TH PERIOD, MAKEUPS FOR QUIZ #1 WILL BE AFTER SCHOOL TODAY OR AFTER SCHOOL NEXT MONDAY OR BEFORE SCHOOL THURSDAY (TOMORROW) OR BEFORE SCHOOL MONDAY NEXT WEEK** PLEASE MAKE APPROPRIATE PLANS WITH YOUR PARENT(S)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Tuesday, January 26, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) Quiz #1 Motion



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Tuesday, January 26, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) Quiz #1 Motion



Homework:  (none)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Monday, January 25, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  A spider has a displacement of 150 cm upward.  What is its velocity if it does this in 10 sec.?


Classwork:


1) Finish Standards Review pgs. 80, 81 #1-9, 11-17, 18-22 - DUE TOMORROW BEFORE THE QUIZ



Homework:  DUE TOMORROW - Answer "Standards Check" on pg.  72 #1-7


!!QUIZ TOMORROW!!  BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES IN YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK AND RE-READ CHAPTER 1 IN YOUR TEXTBOOK PGS. 53 - 68, 70 - 72

CONCEPTS/SKILLS INCLUDE:

1) DEFINE - DISTANCE, DISPLACEMENT, VECTOR, SPEED, AVERAGE SPEED, INSTANTANEOUS SPEED, CONSTANT SPEED, VELOCITY, ACCELERATION, SLOPE, "RISE", AND "RUN"

2) BE ABLE TO CALCULATE AVERAGE SPEED PROBLEMS.

3) BE ABLE TO FIND THE AVERAGE SPEED ON A MOTION GRAPH BY FINDING THE SLOPE OF A LINE.

4) BE ABLE TO INTERPRET A MOTION GRAPH FOR:
    a. at rest    b. constant speed    c. positive acceleration    d. negative acceleration

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Monday, January 25, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  A spider has a displacement of 150 cm upward.  What is its velocity if it does this in 10 sec.?


Classwork:


1Classwork:  Standards Review pgs. 80, 81 #1-9, 11-17, 18-22 - DUE TOMORROW BEFORE QUIZ



Homework(none)



!!QUIZ TOMORROW!!  BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES IN YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK AND RE-READ CHAPTER 1 IN YOUR TEXTBOOK PGS. 53 - 68, 70 - 72

CONCEPTS/SKILLS INCLUDE:

1) DEFINE - DISTANCE, DISPLACEMENT, VECTOR, SPEED, AVERAGE SPEED, INSTANTANEOUS SPEED, CONSTANT SPEED, VELOCITY, ACCELERATION, SLOPE, "RISE", AND "RUN"

2) BE ABLE TO CALCULATE AVERAGE SPEED PROBLEMS.

3) BE ABLE TO FIND THE SLOPE OF A LINE USING THE SLOPE FORMULA AND TWO COORDINATES

4) BE ABLE TO FIND THE AVERAGE SPEED ON A MOTION GRAPH BY FINDING THE SLOPE OF A LINE.

5) BE ABLE TO INTERPRET A DISTANCE/TIME AND SPEED/TIME MOTION GRAPH FOR:
    a. at rest    b. constant speed    c. positive acceleration    d. negative acceleration  




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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Friday, January 22, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) Activity: "Interpreting Motion Graphs" Notes

2) Classwork:  Standards Review pgs. 80, 81 #1-9, 11-17, 18-22



Homework:  DUE TUESDAY (PERIOD 6)  Read pgs. 68 - 72 and answer "Standards Check" on pg.  72 #1-7


!!QUIZ ON TUESDAY NEXT WEEK!!  BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES IN YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK AND RE-READ CHAPTER 1 IN YOUR TEXTBOOK PGS. 53 - 68, 70 - 72

CONCEPTS/SKILLS INCLUDE:

1) DEFINE - DISTANCE, DISPLACEMENT, VECTOR, SPEED, AVERAGE SPEED, INSTANTANEOUS SPEED, CONSTANT SPEED, VELOCITY, ACCELERATION, SLOPE, "RISE", AND "RUN"

2) BE ABLE TO CALCULATE AVERAGE SPEED PROBLEMS.

3) BE ABLE TO FIND THE AVERAGE SPEED ON A MOTION GRAPH BY FINDING THE SLOPE OF A LINE.

4) BE ABLE TO INTERPRET A MOTION GRAPH FOR:
    a. at rest    b. constant speed    c. positive acceleration    d. negative acceleration

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Friday, January 22, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1Classwork:  Standards Review pgs. 80, 81 #1-9, 11-17, 18-22



Homework:  
                     DUE MONDAY (PERIOD 6)  Read pgs. 68 - 72 and answer "Standards Check" on pg.  72 #1-7



!!QUIZ ON TUESDAY NEXT WEEK!!  BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES IN YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK AND RE-READ CHAPTER 1 IN YOUR TEXTBOOK PGS. 53 - 68, 70 - 72

CONCEPTS/SKILLS INCLUDE:

1) DEFINE - DISTANCE, DISPLACEMENT, VECTOR, SPEED, AVERAGE SPEED, INSTANTANEOUS SPEED, CONSTANT SPEED, VELOCITY, ACCELERATION, SLOPE, "RISE", AND "RUN"

2) BE ABLE TO CALCULATE AVERAGE SPEED PROBLEMS.

3) BE ABLE TO FIND THE SLOPE OF A LINE USING THE SLOPE FORMULA AND TWO COORDINATES

4) BE ABLE TO FIND THE AVERAGE SPEED ON A MOTION GRAPH BY FINDING THE SLOPE OF A LINE.

5) BE ABLE TO INTERPRET A DISTANCE/TIME AND SPEED/TIME MOTION GRAPH FOR:
    a. at rest    b. constant speed    c. positive acceleration    d. negative acceleration  



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Thursday, January 21, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  Which graphed object was moving faster?  Give two reasons for your answer. (See Mr. Bartleson for the graph)


Classwork:


1) Finish "Graphing Motion Practice" and staple into your lab notebook



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Thursday, January 21, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  Which graphed object was moving faster?  Give two reasons for your answer. (See Mr. Bartleson for the graph)


Classwork:


1) Finish "Graphing Motion Practice" and staple into your lab notebook

2) Activity: Interpreting Motion Graphs



Homework:  DUE FRIDAY (PERIOD 5)
                     DUE MONDAY (PERIOD 6)

Read pgs. 68 - 72 and answer "Standards Check" on pg.  72 #1-7


  

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Wednesday, January 20, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  If a car travels 200 km North, then 300 km East, then 200 km South and stops, what is its distance traveled and displacement?


Classwork:


1) Finish "Graphing Motion Practice"

2) Activity: Determining Slope on a Graph - Reading, notes, practice



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Wednesday, January 20, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  If a car travels 200 km North, then 300 km East, then 200 km South and stops, what is its distance traveled and displacement?


Classwork:


1) Finish "Graphing Motion Practice"

2) Activity: Determining Slope on a Graph - Reading, notes, practice



Homework:  DUE FRIDAY (PERIOD 5 ONLY)

Read pgs. 68 - 72 and answer "Standards Check" on pg.  72 #1-7


  

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Tuesday, January 19, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  Maria went skydiving but unfortunately her chute didn't open.  Falling at 50 m/s, how many seconds will it take for her to hit the ground from 8,000m?


Classwork:


1) Review homework from last week

2) Continue with "Graphing Motion Practice"



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER 1, LESSON 3 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 64-68)


Tuesday, January 19, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6 

Journal:  Maria went skydiving but unfortunately her chute didn't open.  Falling at 50 m/s, how many seconds will it take for her to hit the ground from 8,000m?


Classwork:


1) Review homework from last week

2) Continue with "Graphing Motion Practice"

3) Activity, "Determining Slope on a Graph" - Reading and notes on "slope"



Homework:  (none)


  

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Friday, January 15, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) In the library working on "Moving Man" simulation assignment



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Friday, January 15, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6

Journal:  (none)


Classwork:


1) In the library working on "Moving Man" simulation assignment



Homework(none)


** FOR THOSE ABSENT TODAY, PLEASE GO AHEAD AND PLOT THE FOLLOWING DATA SETS ONTO YOUR MOTION GRAPH FROM YESTERDAY:

TIME(s)    Position(m)

 0                    0
 3                  10
 6                  25
 9                  50
12                 80
15                110
18                140
21                165
24                185
27                195
30                200

  

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Thursday, January 14, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  If a soccer ball rolls from 20m to 55m in 7sec, how fast was it moving over that period? (Show work)


Classwork:


1) Discuss directions with motion (pos. and neg.), describe the "Moving Man" simulation for tomorrow.



Homework:  (none)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Thursday, January 14, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6

Journal:  If a soccer ball rolls from 20m to 55m in 7sec, how fast was it moving over that period? (Show work)


Classwork:


1) Discuss directions with motion (pos. and neg.), describe the "Moving Man" simulation for tomorrow.



Homework(none)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Wednesday, January 13, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:   How far does a jet fly in 20s if its speed is 335 m/s? (Show work)


Classwork:


1) Practice motion problems in group using motion pyramid.

2) Video on velocity

3) Graphing motion practice assignment



Homework:  DUE THURSDAY

Answer "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 61

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Wednesday, January 13, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6

Journal:  How far does a jet fly in 20s if its speed is 335 m/s? (Show work)


Classwork:


1) Practice motion problems in group using motion pyramid.

2) Video on velocity

3) Graphing motion practice assignment


HomeworkDUE THURSDAY

Answer "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 61




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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Tuesday, January 12, 2016 


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  Based on yesterday's video, what does an object require for it to move or stop moving?  Explain what the mass of the object has to do with it?


Classwork:


1) Velocity and Acceleration - notes and discussion

2) Practice motion problems using the motion pyramid



HomeworkDUE THURSDAY

Answer "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 61


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Tuesday, January 12, 2016 


HONORS Periods 5 and 6

Journal:  Based on yesterday's video, what does an object require for it to move or stop moving?  Explain what the mass of the object has to do with it?


Classwork:


1) Velocity and Acceleration - notes and discussion

2) Practice motion problems using the motion pyramid



HomeworkDUE THURSDAY

Answer "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 61


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Monday, January 11, 2016


Periods 1, 3, and 4

Journal:  What two pieces of information is needed to determine the speed of a moving object?

What is Santa's average speed if he travels 350 miles in only 2.6 minutes?  Show work.


Classwork:


1) Class Reminders

2) Review of Speed

3) Speed and Force Video



Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PHYSICS (MOTION) IN CHAPTER , LESSON 2 OF THE TEXT (pgs. 56-58)


Monday, January 11, 2016


HONORS Periods 5 and 6

Journal:  What two pieces of information is needed to determine the speed of a moving object?

What is Santa's average speed if he travels 350 miles in only 2.6 minutes?  Show work.


Classwork:


1) Class Reminders

2) Review of Speed

3) Speed and Force Video



Homework(none)



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