Day 9 (A - 5/9, B - 5/10): Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency of the objectives listed for light waves and mirrors

- Chapter 14 TEST (A - 5/9 and B - 5/10) - Open Note and Open Book

Day 10 (A - 5/11): Students will be able to differentiate between conductors and insulators and distinguish between charging by contact, charging by induction, and charging by polarization

Day 11 (A - 5/15): Students will be able to describe conduction and how objects become polarized

**. **Lab Wkst

- Finish Electric Force Notes
- Formative Assessment txtpg 555 #1-6

Day 12 (A - 5/17): Students will be able to calculate electric force using Coulomb's Law

- Continue Electric Force Notes (Day 9)
- Txtbk pg 558 #1-3
- Formative Assessment txtbk pg 563

Day 13 (A - 5/19, B 5/22): Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of electric charges and electric forces

- Chapter 16 TEST

Day 14 (A - 5/23): Students will be able to determine if lightening stuck Ben Franklin during his kite experiment if would have produce enough voltage to stop his heart

- Students will write an essay describing the experiment done to create the scenario of Ben Franklin flying his kite in a thunderstorm and answer the above objective

Day 15 (A - 5/25): Students will be able to solve problems relating current, charge, and time and be able to differentiate between direct current and alternating current

- 17-3 Guided Reading Notes
- Practice Problems txtbk pg 597 #1 - 5

Day 16 (A - 5/30): Students will be able to calculate resistance, current, and potential difference using the definition of resistance and be able to calculate electric power and draw and understand circuit diagrams

Semester Final REVIEW

- Semester Review - click to download; it says fall 2014 review, but it is the correct one
- Semester Review ANSWERS - click to download; it says fall 2014 review, but it is the correct one

**Semester EXAM**

**Exam Day Schedule (6/1; 6/2):**

1st/5th: 7:35 - 8:30am

2nd/6th: 8:36 - 9:31am

3rd/7th: 9:37 - 10:32am

4th/8th: 10:40 - 11:35am

**EXTRA**

(A - Students will be able to calculate electric field strength on a point charge

- Finish 17-3 wkst
- Review Chapter 17 (click the 17-2 and 17-3 wkst link from Day 7 - print Ch 17 Mixed Review wkst)
- Chapter 17 TEST next class period (A day 5/19 and B day 5/20)

(A - Students will be able to understand and apply concepts of electric forces and fields and compute the electrical potential energy

- Chapter 17 Test

(A - Students will be able to solve problems using Snell's Law and will be able to use ray diagrams to find the image distance produced by converging or diverging lens

- Textbook Practice Problems: pg. 489 #1-2
- Optics Notes wkst
- PhET Geometric Optics LAB

**. **LAB wkst

(A - Students will be able to solve problems relating current, charge, and time to differentiate between direct current and alternating current

**. **Use new txtk 17-3 (begin on pg 596)

- Practice Problems txtbk pg 597 #1 - 5

(A - Students will be able to calculate resistance, current, and potential difference using the definition of resistance

- Electric Current Notes (print through slide 17)
- Electricity's Attraction Video
- Section 19 -1 and 19-2 wksts

(A - Students will be able to calculate electric power and draw and understand circuit diagrams

- 19-3 Section Review
- Electric Current Wkst
- Circuit Schematics

Students will be able to describe how mechanical energy is converted to electrical energy

- Watch "Understanding Electricity" - Discovery Education
- Write an essay describing how mechanical energy is converted to electrical energy

Day - Students will be able to describe the changes in the temperatures of 2 objects reaching thermal equilibrium

Day - Students will be able to apply the principle of energy conservation to calculate changes in potential, kinetic, and internal energy

- "Mechanical Universe: Temperature and Gas Laws" - video

**. **MU wkst - worksheet to be completed during video

- Read 10-2 and 10-3
- Heat Terms wkst
- Read Sample Problem 10C - pg 373
- Complete Practice 10C - #1 (pg 374)

Day 8 (A - 05/5): Students will be able to describe how linearly polarized light is formed and detected and demonstrate proficiency of the objectives listed for light waves and mirrors

- Chapter 14 Practice Problems
- Chapter 14 TEST NEXT Period (A - 5/9 and B - 5/10) - Open Note and Open Book

Day - Students will be able to understand and perform calculations using the conservation of energy as applied to heat and be able to name the phase changes for matter

- Chapter 10 Notes (printed from Day 7)
- Sample Problem 10B - pg 369
- Complete Practice 10B #1 - 370
- States of Matter Lab Simulation - PhET Simulation
- Student Handout for PhET simulation
- Complete Practice 10C - # 2 and 3 (pg 374)

Day - Students will be able to perform calculations involving latent heat

- Read Sample Problem 10D (pg 380-381)
- Complete Practice 10D - #1 (pg 381)
- Chapter 10 Review Packet
- Chapter 10 Test on (4/8 for A-Day), (4/9 for B-Day)

TEST Next Class Period - Day 13 (A - 5/19, B - 5/22

Day 6 and Day 7 (A - 5/1, A - 5/3): Students will be able to calculate distances and focal lengths using the mirror formula for convex mirrors and students will be able to recognize how additive colors affect the color of light

Day 1 (A - 04/17) : Students will be able to calculate the frequency and wavelength of different colors and be able to apply the law of reflection for flat mirrors

- Light Wkst
- Color of Light Speed - wkst
- Txtbk pg 447# 1-6
- EXTRA - Flat Mirror Lab - wkst
- EXTRA - Microwaves Lab - PhET online lab

Day - Students will be able to understand and apply concepts of heat and energy conservation

- Chapter 10 Test Review

Day - Students will be able to understand and apply concepts of heat and energy conservation

- Chapter 10 TEST

Day 3 and Day 4 (A - 04/21 and 4/25) : Students will be able to draw ray diagrams for convex and concave mirrors and distinguish between real and virtual images

**.** More Notes for Ray Diagrams - Concave Mirrors

**.** More Notes - Convex Mirrors

Day 5 (A - 4/27): Students will be able to calculate distances and focal lengths using the mirror equation for concave and convex mirrors

- Finish "Mirror Ray Diagram" wkst
- Optics of Mirrors wkst
- Txtbk pg 460 # 1-3

Day 2 (A - 04/19): Students will be able to apply the law of reflection for flat mirrors and distinguish between real and virtual image

- Light and Reflection - notes
- Chapter 14 wkst (only print 14-2 wkst)
- Virtual Image: Virtual Image
- Txkbk pg 449 - 452 - Identify Terms

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