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Physics
Week 10 October 29 - November 2, 2001 |
Lesson Plans |
M |
October 29, 2001 |
Objective | NA |
Standards | NA | ||
Lessons | NO CLASS - TEACHER INSERVICE | ||
Homework | NA | ||
T |
October 30, 2001 |
Objective | Review Midterms - Introduce students to the concept of WORK. |
Standards | 2.2 Students
know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred)
and change (be transformed). 2.3 Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged. |
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Lessons | Review of the
Midterm Introduce the concept of WORK |
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Homework | Work Worksheet #1 - due Wednesday | ||
W |
October 31, 2001 |
Objective | Extend the concept
of WORK to include angled forces. Introduce concept of POWER. |
Standards | 2.2 Students
know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred)
and change (be transformed). 2.3 Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged. |
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Lessons | Review Homework -
Work Worksheet #1 Continue discussion of Work with inclusion of angled forces. Introduce the concept of POWER. |
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Homework | Work Worksheet #2 - due Thursday | ||
R |
November 1, 2001 |
Objective | Introduce the concept of POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY |
Standards | 2.2 Students
know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred)
and change (be transformed). 2.3 Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged. |
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Lessons | Review Homework -
Work Worksheet #2 Introduce the concept of Potential and Kinetic Energy. |
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Homework | Energy Worksheet #1 - due Friday | ||
F |
November 2, 2001 |
Objective | Interrelate the Conservation of Energy with the Conservation of Momentum in the discussion of Collisions. |
Standards | 2.2 Students
know that energy appears in different forms, and can move (be transferred)
and change (be transformed). 2.3 Students understand that interactions can produce changes in a system, although the total quantities of matter and energy remain unchanged |
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Lessons | Quiz Introduce the Conservation of Energy. Relate this to the Conservation of Momentum and Collisions |
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Homework | Conservation of Energy WS #1 - due Monday | ||