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8th Physical Science

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3/27/17

3/27/17 11.2 Floating and Sinking

Objective: SK the Buoyant force on an object in a fluid is an upward force equal to the weight of the fluid the object displaced. SWBAT predict if an object will float or sink.

CA Standard: 8.8.c , 8.8d


Agenda

I) Warm-Up"1) What is the weight of a 1500kg boat? 2) How much sea water must the boat in # 1 displace in order to float? 3) What happens to the boat in # 1 if it can not displace its weight in sea water?"

II) Check 11-2 Notes

III) Check 11-2 Review and Reinforce

IV) Check 11-2 Practice Sheets

V) Video "Buoyancy"


    Benchmark 3 Part 1 Tuesday 4/4/17 and Part 2 Wednesday 4/5/17  


Homework- Check INFINITE CAMPUS for any undone assignments.

1) Finish any undone assignments.

2) Read 11-3 [ http://books.pearsonsuccessnet.com/ph/0-13-360540-x/player.html?moduleurl=0132012723/ ]

3) SNB ---> 11-3 Key Terms

4) SNB ---> 11-3 Assessment

5) CB ---> 11-3 RNTG

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3/24/17

3/24/17 11.2 Floating and Sinking

Objective: SK the Buoyant force on an object in a fluid is an upward force equal to the weight of the fluid the object displaced. SWBAT predict if an object will float or sink.

CA Standard: 8.8.c , 8.8d


Agenda

I) Warm-Up"1) What physical property will help you decide if an object will float or sink? 2) What happens to an object that does not displace its weight in fluid of the fluid it is in?"

II) Check 11-2 Key Terms

III) Check 11-2 RNTG

IV) Listen to 11-2


BENCHMARK 3 week of April 3, 2017


Buoyancy Simulators

 

http://www.ciese.org/buildit/sims/buoyancy.html

https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/buoyancy

https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/density

http://interactives.ck12.org/simulations/physics/scuba-training/app/index.html?hash=9159120b7f044d15178e9d595ca94089&source=ck12&artifactID=1732571&backUrl=http%3A//www.ck12.org/physics/Buoyancy/%23simulations&referrer=featured_content


Homework - Check INFINITE CAMPUS for missing assignments.

1) Finish any undone classwork.

2) CB ---> 11-2 Notes

III) CB ---> 11-2 Review and Reinforce

IV)CB --->  11-2 Buoyant Force and Weight Practice problems

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3/23/17

3/23/17 11.1 Pressure

Objective: SWBAT predict if and object will float or sink.  SWBAT solve mathematical relationships like s=d/t, d=m/v, v = SA * h = lwh, and F = Pa * SA.

CA Standards: 8.8d, 8.9.f


Agenda

I) Warm-Up "Pa = F/SA = N/m^2  1) What is the surface area of a balloon that has a pressure of 40Pa and an inner force of 3600N? 2) How much force would it take to obtain a pressure of 500N/m^2 if the surface area of a fish tank was 3000m^2?"

II) Check 11.1 Green Notes

III) Check 11.1 Review & Reinforce

IV) Check 11.1 Pressure Problems


   BENCHMARK 3 week of April 3rd, 2017  


Homework

1) Finish any undone classwork.

2) Read 11-2 [ http://books.pearsonsuccessnet.com/ph/0-13-360540-x/player.html?moduleurl=0132012723/ ]

3) 11.2 Key Terms

4) 11.2 Assessment

5) 11.2 RNTG

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3/22/17

3/22/17 11.1 Pressure

Objective: SWBAT predict if an object will float or sink.  SWBAT solve mathematical relationships like s=d/t, d=m/v, v = SA * h = lwh, and F = Pa * SA.

CA Standards: 8.8d, 8.9.f


Agenda

I) Warm-Up "1) What is pressure? 2) What is the unit of pressure? 3) How much pressure is exerted by a 1500N force over a surface area of 5m^2?"

II) Check 11.1 Key Terms

III) Check 11.1 RNTG

IV) Listen to 11.1


Benchmark 3 is the week of April 3rd, 2017


Homework

1) Finish any undone classwork.

2) CB ---> 11.1 Green Notes

3) CB ---> Review & Reinforce

4) SNB ---> Pressure Practice Problems

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3/21/17

3/21/17 Chapter 10 Test

Objective: Pass Chapter 10 Test > or = to75%

CA Standards:


Agenda

I) Warm-Up: " 1) Be ready for the test - Pencil - Calculator - Eraser. 2) You may work on your homework when you complete AND turn in your test."

II) Chapter 10 Test Part 1 and part 2


Homework- Check INFINITE CAMPUS for any missing assignments.

1) Read 11.1 [ http://books.pearsonsuccessnet.com/ph/0-13-360540-x/player.html?moduleurl=0132012723/ ]

2) SNB ---> 11.1 Key Terms

2) SNB ---> 11.1 Assessment

3) CB ---> 11.1 RNTG

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3/20/17

3/20/17 Chapter 10 Review


Objective: Pass the Chapter 10 Test >75%


Agenda

I) Warm-Up " Get ready for review"

II) Video


Chapter 10 Test Tuesday 3/21/17


Homework- Check INFINITE CAMPUS for missing assignments

1) Complete any missing assignments

2)Study for Chapter 10 Test

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3/16/17

3/16/17 10-5 Rockets and Satellites


Objective: SK that when the forces acting on an object are UNBALANCED, the object will change its motion(velocity).  SK the greater the mass of an object the more force is needed to achieve the same rate of change in motion.


Agenda

I) Warm-Up " What force holds all things in the universe in their places?"

II) Check 10-5 Key Terms

III) Check 10-5 RNTG

IV) Check 10-5 Notes

V) Check 10-5 RR


Chapter 10 Test ----> Moved to Tuesday 3/21/17 by popular vote. Be ready!

Study Guide is online.......Use it!


BrainPop Videos

Forces- https://www.brainpop.com/science/motionsforcesandtime/forces/

Newton - https://www.brainpop.com/science/motionsforcesandtime/isaacnewton/

Newton's Laws of Motion - https://www.brainpop.com/science/motionsforcesandtime/newtonslawsofmotion/

Gravity- https://www.brainpop.com/science/motionsforcesandtime/gravity/
 


Homework- Check INFINITE CAMPUS for any missing assignments.

1) Complete any missing assignments.

2) Study for Chapter 10 Test

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3/15/17

3/15/17 10-4 Newton's 3rd Law.


Objective: SK that when the forces acting on an object are UNBALANCED, the object will change its motion(velocity). SK the greater the mass of an object the more force is needed to achieve the same rate of change in motion.

CA Standard(s): 8.2.e,f


Agenda

Warm-Up 1) If you hit a ball with 600N of force, how much force does the ball hit you with? 2) Which of Newton's Laws is #1 3) How much momentum does a 155kg Lynx have if it is chasing a rabbit at 20m/s?"

II) Check 10-4 Key Terms

III) Check 10-4 RNTG

IV) Check 10-4 Notes

V) Check 10-4 Review & Reinforce

VI) Check Momentum Problems worksheet



Chapter 10 Test ----> Monday 3/20/17 Be ready!

Study Guide is online.......Use it!



Chapter 10 QUIZ TOMORROW



Homework- Check INFINITE CAMPUS for any missing assignments.

1) Finish any undone classwork

2) Read 10-5 [ http://books.pearsonsuccessnet.com/ph/0-13-360540-x/player.html?moduleurl=0132012723/ ]

3) SNB ---> 10-5 Key Terms

4) SNB ---> 10-5 Assessment

5) CB ---> 10-5 RNTG

6) CB ---> 10-5 Notes

7) CB ---> 10-5 RR

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3/14/17

3/14/17 10.4 Newton's 3rd Law.

Objective: SK that when the forces acting on an object are UNBALANCED, the object will change its motion(velocity).  SK the greater the mass of an object the more force is needed to achieve the same rate of change in motion.


Agenda

I) Warm-Up 1) Be read for the quiz. After the quiz---> 2)"Solve the problem and Identify Newton's Law. A) Is a 150 kg tree stump harder to move than a 600kg tree stump? Explain. B) Why does the Earth continue on its path in space? How could you get Earth to change its motion? C) What is the acceleration of a 1635kg car if 4000N of force pushes it forward?"

II) Check 10-4 Key Terms

III) Check 10-3 Newton's Laws Practice Sheets

IV) Check 10-4 RNTG

V) Listen to 10-4


Study for Chapter 10 Test Monday 3/20/17

Homework- Check INFINITE CAMPUS for any missing assignments.

1) Finish any undone classwork

2) CB---> 10-4 Notes

3) CB ---> 10-4 Review and Reinforce

4) SNB ---> Momentum Calculations

5) Chapter 10 Test Monday 3/20/17

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3/13/17

3/13/17 10.3 Newton's 1st and 2nd Laws.

Objective: SK that when the forces acting on an object are UNBALANCED, the object will change its motion(velocity).  SK the greater the mass of an object the more force is needed to achieve the same rate of change in motion.

 

CA Standard(s): 8.2.e.f


Agenda

I) Warm-Up "1) What two factors does an object's acceleration depend on? 2) Why is a 100kg rock harder to move than a 20kg rock? 3) What is the acceleration of a 350kg slab of butter if it has a force of 1400N?"

II) Check Bal. vs Unbal. Forces Practice

III) Q&A 10.3 Force Math Problems

IV) SNB ---> Newton's Laws Practice Sheets


Force mini-poster due Tuesday 3/14/17


Chapter 10 Test Coming Soon ----> Maybe Thursday 3/16/17? Be ready!
Study Guide is online.......Use it!


    Chapter 10 QUIZ TOMORROW     


Homework

1) Finish any undone classwork

2) Read 10-4 [ http://books.pearsonsuccessnet.com/ph/0-13-360540-x/player.html?moduleurl=0132012723/ ]

3) SNB ---> 10-4 Key Terms

4) SNB ---> 10-4 Assessment

5) CB ----> 10-4 RNTG

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