Credit Transfer Request Form for VHS
due Mo27Mar2017 into counselor's hands

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)- √ - done

 - L1-3 - Motion Maps - Student Handout - "BOTTOM - UP" - (skip)- √ - done
(dots = time & position)(arrows = vectors)(bottom->top)
&
L1-3-MotionMaps - HomeWork - USE - (notes) - L1-3-MotionMapHomeWork-FAQ  - √ - done
- L1-3-MotionMaps-FAQ-2  - L1-3-MotionMaps-V+A+Projectiles-FAQ - √ - in pcss?
L1-3-MotionMaps+Acceleration-FAQ   -√ - in pcss?

 - L1-4a - Motion Descriptions For "Buggies" - √ - done
&
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) - in pcss - Tang []?

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

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

 - TEST - Velocity-



 - 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 - choo^1 - choo^2

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

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

 - TEST - Acceleration (Fr03Nov2017)


Mystery Boxes CERs - CER working session Tu07Nov2017

Seismic Tomography - Discover Magazine / Java Animation / Paper / Java Abstract / Wikipedia ST / Wikipedia EarthScopeIRIS ST / IRIS Animations /EarthScope ST / Cornell / Google Images- New Seismic Tomography:>

LAB (dry) = EE-67-70 = 2.3 - (Explore) "Making Observations and Inferences" = MYSTERY BOXES LAB - follow procedure, skipping step 6 - only work 1 box per table. Report out as a table to the class what you think you have, based on the evidence of your observations using the wire probe and any other methods leaving the box seals intact and uncompromised. Use the CER format to collect & present your findings.
Claim = your hypothesis - what you think you have (what)
Evidence = tests & results (data)
Reasoning = background knowledge, schema, ideas on how your data supports your claim
(why)




 - 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