Credit Transfer Request Form for VHS
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Course Sequence 2016-17

Course Description / (Elaborated)

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Physical Science (Psci)


Background Resources / Extra Credit Options


What we are NOT going to study this year . . . complex (multiple rotational & 3D) motion . . . just LINEAR position, rate, & analysis. (kikkerland)

CONSTANT speed & direction (velocity) first, THEN changes in speed & direction (acceleration) later

 


 - L1-1- BookOnTable-ElicitationI - Physics - (notes)


 - A1 - Describing Motion: Frames of Reference


 - L1 - Position vs. Time:


speed = distance traveled /time taken
(distance = total travel - "fly in the room")(displacement = where you end up compared to origin)
velocity = distance traveled in a particular direction (vector) in a unit time
acceleration =change in velocity in a unit time
momentum = the product of mass and velocity (p = mv)
force = mass*acceleration, & acceleration =force ÷ mass, acceleration is affected by mass

force = N = kg*m/s^2 = rate of change of velocity for a given mass
work= force on a mass along a direction = W = Fd = kWh = Joules = kg*m^2s^2= Nm = scalar, NOT vector = "spending energy" by MOVING a mass.
energy= capacity to do work = (E =1/2mv^2)(Joules=kg*m^2s^2=Nm)(Volt)(cal)scalar, NOT vector = "accumulation", or "energy savings account"
power = rate of work (over time) (P=E/t = Watt = 1J/s) . . . (1hp = 0.7357kW)

Work, Energy, & Power . . . (Oh, my!)

Newton vs Particles & Force Carriers
. . . remember, preceedes (is unaware of) electromagnetism, quantum (photonics) & relativity (spacetime / gravity) . . . in other words, the "Normal, Friction, Push" forces are actually electron repulsion, Tension is actually intermolecular cohesion, and Energy is almost always photonic.

N1 = Inertia = objects are unchanged until acted upon by external force
N2 = F=ma
N3 = equal magnitude opposite direction action - reaction force pairs


 - L1-1 - Elicititation - Representations Of Motion - Videos - √ - done
(loop.avi / loop.m4v) - (loop+track1.avi) - (loop+track1.m4v) - (loop+track2.avi) - (loop+track2.m4v) - (ramp+floor.avi) - (ramp+floor.m4v) - general relativity (comic)(local) - reference frames

 - L1-2 - Written Description Of Motion - Student Handout - (notes) - (skip)

 - L1-3 - Motion Maps - Student Handout - (skip)
(dots = time & position)(arrows = vectors)(bottom->top)
&
L1-3-MotionMaps - HomeWork - USE - (notes) - √ - done

 - L1-4a - Motion Descriptions For "Buggies"
&
L1-4b - Multiple Representations For Buggies - Student Handout - (notes) - √ - done

 - L1-5 - Equations Of Motion - Student Worksheet - (notes) - √ - done

 - L1-6 - Revisit - L1-1 - Elicitation Part - 1 - (notes) - √ - done

 - TEST - Position+Time - Assessment - - √ - done


 - L2 - Velocity (->, -->, vector, speed with a direction & magnitude = M/s):


 - L2-1 - Elicitation - Ideas About Velocity - Tortise & Hare - (notes) - √ - done

 - L2-2 - Average Velocity - (notes) - √ - done

 - L2-3 - Instantaneous Velocity - (notes)- √ - done

 - L2-4 - Average vs. Instantaneous Velocity - Revisit Elicitation - Tortise & Hare - (notes)- √ - done

 - TEST - Velocity- √ - done



 - L3 - Acceleration (rate of change of velocity = M/s^2):


 - L3-1 - Elicitation - Ideas About Acceleration - Jet + Porsche + Motorcycle Video- (notes) - √ - done

 - L3-2 - Average Acceleration - Ball On Ramp - Lab - (notes) - √ - done

 - L3-3 - Acceleration of Free Fall Object - (notes) (notes2) - √ - done

 - L3-4 - Constant Acceleration Problems - (notes)- √ - done

 - L3-5 - Revisit - Elicitation - L1-1 - Pt2 - (notes) (modified) (modifiedkey) - √ - done

 - TEST - Acceleration (Mo14Nov2016)

 




 - B1 - Forces to Explain Motion: - √ - done (F=m*a) (F=Kg*m/s^2) - √ - done

(F=Kg*m/s^2) (F=Kg*m/s/s)


- L1 - Identifying Forces


 - L1-1 - Elicitation - Book on the Table - (notes)- √ - done

 - L1-2 - Feel the Force - 8 Station Cards - Student FollowUp Questions - (notes) - √ - done

 - L1-3 - Force Diagram Conventions (above) - Student Notes WorkSheet - URLs (above)- (notes) - in pcss

 - L1-4 - Static Friction - (notes) - -- √ - done - EQ rocks . . .

 - L1-5 - Static Force Diagram Practice - (notes) - - √ - done- DENSITY LAB

 - TEST - Identifying Forces - Force Diagram Conventions (above) - (notes) - - √ - done Fr09Dec2016

 


  - L2 - Forces as Interactions: (net force)


 - L2-1 - Elicitation - Forces as Interactions - BathRoom Scales (Tension Scales)(WrkSht) - (notes) - √ - done

 - L2-2 - Third Law Pairs (N3) worksheet - (notes)(2)- √ - done

 - L2-3 - N3 Practice Problems - (notes) - in pcss

- TEST - Forces as Interactions - (notes) - √ - done Tr05Jan2017

 


  - L3 - Explaining 1D motion: (net force) (N2) Perpetual Motion;>?


 - L3-1 - Elicitation - Developing a Model of Forces to Explain Motion - (notes) √ - done

 - L3-2a - Bowling Ball Lab - (notes) √ - done

 - L3-2b - Dry Ice Lab - skip - (notes)

 - L3-3 - Quantifying Mass & Gravitational Force (HandOut)- skip - (notes)

 - L3-4a - Revisit Model of Forces to Explain Motion EQ - (notes) - skip

 - L3-4b - Force Diagram Practice for Moving Objects - (notes) √ - done

 - L3-5 - Quantifying Model of Forces to Explain Motion - (notes)- skip

 - L3-6 - Phet Simulations - Force & Motion Lab - (notes) - option

 - L3-7 - Newton's 2nd Law (N2) Practice- (notes) - option

  - TEST - Explaining 1D Motion - (notes) (Tr19Jan2017)



 - A1 - Describing Motion: Frames of Reference


 - L1 - Position vs. Time:


speed = distance traveled /time taken
(distance = total travel - "fly in the room")(displacement = where you end up compared to origin)
velocity = distance traveled in a particular direction (vector) in a unit time
acceleration =change in velocity in a unit time
momentum = the product of mass and velocity (p = mv)
force = mass*acceleration, & acceleration = force ÷ mass, acceleration is affected by mass

force = N = kg*m/s^2 = rate of change of velocity for a given mass
work= force on a mass along a direction = W = Fd = kWh = Joules = kg*m^2s^2= Nm = scalar, NOT vector = "spending energy" by MOVING a mass.
energy= capacity to do work = (E=1/2mv^2)(Joules=kg*m^2s^2=Nm)(Volt)(cal)scalar, NOT vector = "accumulation", or "energy savings account"
power = rate of work (over time) (P=E/t = Watt = 1J/s) . . . (1hp = 0.7357kW)

Work, Energy, & Power . . . (Oh, my!)

Newton vs Particles & Force Carriers
. . . remember, preceedes (is unaware of) electromagnetism, quantum (photonics) & relativity (spacetime / gravity) . . . in other words, the "Normal, Friction, Push" forces are actually electron repulsion, Tension is actually intermolecular cohesion, and Energy is almost always photonic.

N1 = Inertia = objects are unchanged until acted upon by external force
N2 = F=ma
N3 = equal magnitude opposite direction action - reaction force pairs

 


 


 - C1 - Energy ~ "pre-photon concept buckets" ~ "physics verbs"
KE = 1/2mv^2 ~ usually photon transfer (moving a mass along a vector)
PE = stored potential (relative position in a field, particle concentration)


 - L1-0 - Pre-Assessment: Matter-Energy-Force Probe - notes - notes2 - √ - done

 - L1-1 - Popper-Drop Energy - notes - √ - done

 - L1-2 - Exploring Energy Stations - notes - notes2 - √ - done

 - L1-3 - Gravitational Energy - notes - √ - done

 - L1-4 - Kinetic Energy - notes (skip - alternate version) - √ - done

 - L1-5 - Thermal Energy - notes - √ - done

 - L1-6 - Making Sense of Energy Stations - notes - notes2 - notes3 - notes4 - √ - done

 - L1-7 - ReVisit Popper-Drop - notes - √ - done

 - TEST Forms of Energy - notes - √ - done Tu14Feb block


 - C2 - Energy Transfer & Conservation


 - L2-1 - Elicitation - Energy Transfers (Rube Goldberg)(OK-Go)(Squirrel MI) √ - done

 - L2-2 - Phet Simulation - Energy Transfers - Exit Ticket - notes - notes2

 - L2-3a - Energy Theater - Procedure - - teacher role - troubleshooting - notes - skip

 - L2-3b - Energy Cubes - Procedure - troubleshooting - notes - skip

 - L2-4 - Energy Bar Charts - Practice Sheet - Skate Park - Scaffolded Practice Sheet - notes - √ - done

 - L2-5 - Revisit - Elicitation Question Exit Ticket - (Rube Goldberg)(OK-Go)(Squirrel MI) - notes - notes2 skip

 - L2-6 - Quiz - Energy Bar Charts (optional) - notes - skip

 - L2-7 - Roller Coaster Engineering PreLab - PPTLab - notes - notes2 skip

 - TEST - Transfer and Conservation of Energy - notes √ - done - We01Mar2017

 


 

II - Chemistry - Properties of Matter
A-1) Mass, Volume, & Density
  - L1.1 - Mass, Volume, & Density - Elicitation - √ - done
  - L1.2 - Density Candy Bar - Lab - √ - done
  - L1.2 - Measuring Mass & Volume - Table - √ - done
  - L1.3 - Mass & Volume Practice - Homework - √ - done
  - L1.4 - Mass, Volume, & Density Investigation - √ - done
  - L1.5 - Density - Practice (Test Format - Formative) - √ - done

  - L1.6 - A Cookie Crumbles - Probe √ - done
  - L1.6 - M & V Change Worksheet - Lab - √ - done
  - L1.6 - M & V Change Class DataTable - Lab - √ - done
  - L1.7 - Practicum Preview for Test - Concept Summaries - √ - done

 - L1.8 - Test A1 - Mass, Volume, & Density - notes- √ - done - 29Mar2017


A-2) Characteristic Properties of Matter - Mixtures, Solutions, & Pure Substances
  - L2.1 - Mixtures or Pure Substances Elicitation - (COOOKEES) - - √ - done
  - L2.2 - LAB = (Bunsen+water) - Mixtures+Solutions - √ - done
  - L2.3a - LAB = (Bunsen+water+ice) Icy+Hot (phase diagrams) - - √ - done

 
- L2.3c - BackGround - Heating & Cooling Physics - - √ - done

  - XKCD - Chemistry.About.Com-Boiling - - √ - done

  - BoilingAndFreezingPointsOfPureAndSaltyWater.pdf - - √ - done
  - BoilingPointElevationDefinitionAndProcess.pdf - - √ - done
  - DoesAddingSaltLowerTheBoilingPointOfWater.pdf - - √ - done
  - DoesWaterBoilFasterIfYouPutSaltInIt.pdf - - √ - done
  - SaltAndTheBoilingPointOfWater.pdf - - √ - done
  - PhaseChanges.pdf - - √ - done

 - All BackGrounders on Water Phases & Molecular Motion - - √ - done (Bill Nye)

PhEt - ThermoDynamics - Work, Energy, & Power - Light -

- Liquid CO2 - RV Tommy Thompson + ROPOS 2004 (lab) - NOAA - PMEL - YouTube - local
- How To Make In Lab - localLiquid-CO2-LabLiquid-CO2-RV-TommyThompson+ROPOS-2004-ChampagneVentLiquidCO2-MakeLiquidCO2-MarianaSRoF2004NW-EifukuChampagneVentSubmarineVentingOfLiquidCarbonDioxideOnAMarianaArcVolcano - TW drop = M+W+F, PuP = Tu+Tr+Sa after 8am (tape longitudinally over seam + 1 lateral mid-bulb)


  - L2.3b - Lab = (Bunsen + Lauric Acid - coconut oil) Freezing Point phase diagrams - SKIP

  - L2.3d - Concept Checks - Heating & Cooling Curves / Key - done

 - L2.5a - Lab - Measuring Solubility of STP Sucrose (C12-H22-O11), pt.1.pdf- SKIP

 - L2.5b - Lab - Measuring Solubility of STP Sucrose (C12-H22-O11), pt.2.pdf - SKIP

 - oops:P . . . Sucrose Exothermics . . . Elmer Fudd  *** Jim Morrison  ***  Arthur Brown -
(local)-Portland Music-(YouTube)  ***  (local)-Veritasium.Com-(YouTube)  ***  (local)-Garage Science-(YouTube)

  - L2.6 - Lab = (Bunsen + salt + water) Mixtures vs Pure Substances - SKIP

 - L2.5 Measuring Solubility - Check for Understanding - done

  - L2.7 - Test A2 - Characteristic Properties of Matter - Mo01May2017


B1 - Small Particle Model (atoms & molecules) for Solids, Liquids, & Gases (oh, my!)

  - L1.1 - B1 - Combining Liquids Lab - Procedure -
  - L1.1 - B2 - Combining Liquids Demo + Lab Data Sheets -
  - L1.1 - C - Combining Liquids - Analysis -

  - L1.2a - Constructing a Particle Model - Lab -
  - L1.2b - Constructing a Particle Model - Analysis -

 - L1.3a - Diffusion of Particles - Lab - 2nd

 - L1.4a - Candle In A Jar - Lab - 1st

  - L1.5a - Showing D & Phases of Matter with Particle Diagrams - Lab - A -
  - L1.5b - Showing D & Phases of Matter with Particle Diagrams - Lab - B -

 

 - L1.6 - Test B1- Small Particle Model for Solids, Liquids, & Gases - 01Jun

 


 

B2 - Modeling Pressure, Volume, & Temperature (oh my!) Gasses (PV=nRT)

 - L2.1 - Imploding Tanker Car - Elicitation - Handout -
Tanker Car Video - Back Lot Can Video -

- L2.2 - Thermal Expansion - Lab - Handout -
- L2.2 - Thermal Expansion - Worksheet
-
Hot Over Cold Dyed Water Video - Particle Motion in Solids, Liquids, & Gases Video -
Thermal Expansion & Contraction in Bridge Design Video -

 - L2.3 - PV - Lab  ***  - L2.3b- Low Tech Alternative - Boyle's Law - Feeling Under Pressure - Lab - (Queen+David Bowie) -
- L2.3 - PV - Lab - Conclusion Writing Handout -
- L2.3 - Gas Pressure Particle Diagrams - Direct Instruction -
- L2.3 - PV -Lab - Exit Slip -
Mr. StayPuft-Demo (GhostBusters) -


  - L2.4b - LoTech - Eggo(ina bottle) - Guy Lussac - Demo -

  - L2.4 - PT - Demo Discussion - Exit Slip -


- L2.5 - PVT - PhET Simulation - WrapUp -
PhET Gas Properties Sims

HyperPhysics Gas Laws Discussion / Summary -


- L2.7+2.8 - Test B2+B3 =Modeling Pressure, Volume, & Temperature (oh my!) for Gasses (PV=nRT) & Changes in Pressure, Volume, & Temperature (oh my!) for Gasses (∂{PV=nRT}), or (P1V1/T1 = P2V2/T2) -



C1 - Atoms & Their Parts (Wossamatter U) (Rocky & Bullwinkle) (YouTube) -

- L1.1 - Van de Graaff Elicitation (PDF) (HyperPhysics) ** (WINSCO Discharge)(local) ** (WINSCO-all) ** (WINSCO General Principles)(local) **

Wimshurst  - (Wikipedia) ** (MIT)(local)

Tesla Coil - HyperPhysics - SPARK Museum Bellingham:> actual "SteamPunk" (2) (3) (4)
(MegaZapper) (1st person plasma) (2) (Tesla Coil) (Antique Radio)
(Singing Teslas) (Wikipedia)

Kenyon ElectroStatics - (Triboelectric Series)- - Van De Graaff ReDux ** PhET ** HyperPhysics ** -

Theremin - Wikipedia - cat - Leon - Burns - World - TED -

  -


- L1.2 - Defining Atoms - Electrolysis of Water - Experiment / Demo = YouTube (local) / HandOut -

- L1.3 - Size & Scale (UU scaler) (Mr.J.'s collection) -

- L1.4 - Electrostatic Forces & Particles (Wikipedia) (Triboelectric Series)-

- L1.5 - Parts of Atoms - Engage-Atom Composition ** Rutheford Raisin Pudding vs Solid Sphere Lab **-  (Best = KCVS unit - SourcePage)   ** (FSU Sim - SourcePage) ** (PhET)

- L1.6 - Electrons (PhysL Sim - source)-

- L1.7 - Evolution of Atomic Models ** Wikipedia ** AtomicTimeLine.net **
(Democritus - Dalton (& the gang)- Thompson - Rutherford - Bohr - Heisenberg - Chadwick) -

- L1.8 - Van De Graaff ReDux ** PhET ** HyperPhysics ** -

- L1.9 - TEST-C1 - Atoms & Their Parts -




C2 (notes) - Elements and the Periodic Table - WebElements - ACS Table - ACS PDF lessons
(ACS Fun Tables - Tom Lerer - NEW - Lyrics - Wiki)
Mendeleev - Development -
ACS-1
- ACS-2 - -

- L2.1 - Exploding Metals (Sean) Elicitation Student HandOut:> (notes) -

- L2.2 - Defining Element Student HandOut (notes) -

- L2.3 - Isotopes Student HandOut ** Practice WorkSheet (notes) -

= GeoTime Model construction -

- L2.4 - Periodic Trends - Proton (Atomic )Number & Attractive Force - (l->r+b->t)
Student HandOut - Day 1 ** Student HandOut - Day 2 (notes)

- L2.5 - Periodic Trends - Energy Levels & Attractive Force
Student HandOut.ppt ** HomeWork HandOut (notes)

- L2.6 - Periodic Trends - Valence Electrons & Attractive Force (notes)
Student HandOut - Day 1 ** HomeWork HandOut - Day 1 ** Student HandOut - Day 2

- L2.7 - Revisiting Exploding Metals:> ** Summary Table ** Periodic Table (notes)

- C2 - Test - Elements & the Periodic Table (notes)

Wikipedia = Periodic Table / Electron Configurations (Quanta) / Electron Orbital Table /
Element Electron Shell Data Page (table) / Electron / Periodic Trends / Lewis Dot Diagrams


 - L3.1 - Al + CuCl2 Rxn - Elicitation - YouTube (notes)

 - L3-2-CluCl2+H20 (rnotes)


requested reviews =

Human Anatomy & Physiology
Genetics - Math
CER
Water Cycle
Measurement
Density
Cells - Labeling
Plant Reproduction
Earth Science Gr8
Inertia (Newtonian Mechanics)
Protons, Electrons, Neutrons, Photons, Oh My;>


McM -> VHS Course Grade Transfer Request Form
= Due to Ms. Cochrane (envelope in the office) by COB 20Jun2016