# Middle and High School Physical Science WorkPlace

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Graphing Speed and Velocity Unit Includes A. Labeling and Understanding a Data Table (Review) B. Labeling and Understanding a Graph (Review) C. How to Calculate Speed Using a Graph D. Graphing Velocity E. Calculating Velocity F. Speed and Velocity
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Three Part Force Worksheet Activity. Part A: Students will identify different scenario's as Newton's 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Law. Part B: Students calculate the Net Force of Force Diagrams. Part C: Students will calculate Newton's Second Law of Motion
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Wave Unit Wave Unit Includes: Wave Reading Passage/Notes 7 Instructional Activities Wave Homework Wave Test Reading Passage: Vocabulary Words: Waves, Transverse Waves, Compressional Waves, Amplitude, Frequency, Wave Velocity, Crest, Trough,
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Force and Newtonâ€™s Three Laws of Motion Reading Passage The passage covers type of forces, balance and unbalance forces, net forces, Newtonâ€™s Three Laws of Motion and Momentum. Includes a concept analysis section with examples of balance and
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Force Unit Covers: Review of Motion Vocabulary and Units Types of Forces Balance and Unbalance Forces Net Forces Force Diagrams Newtonâ€™s Three Laws of Motion Momentum Types of Friction Force Unit Includes: 1. Force and Newtonâ€™s Three Laws of
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Five Part Periodic Table Color Activity In each part of the activity, students will color code the periodic table according to Metal, Non-Metal, Noble Gas. Students will also label the Group Number and Family Name. Part A: Color the Metals on the
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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Mini-Unit includes 5 parts: Reading Passage, Identify Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration, Practice Problems Pictogram (Speed and Velocity), and Mini-Quiz. Part A: Reading Passage Reading passage explains the
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Thermal Energy Analysis Questions Covers: Temperature Difference, Heat Flow, States of Matter and Phase Change, Compare and Contrast Kinetic Energy and Thermal Energy, Relationship between Kinetic Energy and Temperature, Relationship between
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Vocabulary Words: Thermal Energy, Heat, Heat Flow, Temperature, Equilibrium, Conduction, Convection, and Radiation Instructional Activities: Thermal Energy/Heat Flow/ Temperature Difference Worksheet Covers: Temperature Difference between two or
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Energy Levels and Valence Electrons Activity Includes 1. Periodic Table Period and Group Practice Problems 2. Energy Levels and Valence Electrons Practice Problems 3. Bohr Model Energy Levels and Valence Electrons Practice Problems. Instructional
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Naming Compound Packet Included in the Packet: Flap Notes/Teacher Lecture 6 Flaps: 3 Title Flaps (top) 3 Information Flaps (bottom) I use Flap Notes as Lecture to explain how to name Ionic and Covalent Compounds. I give 3 simple
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This activity students will be able to give examples of the different types of friction. I give this to my students as the lecture notes and review all in one. The students gets in groups to complete this activity. They love it because it allows
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Instructional Strategies: Homework Part A: Heat Flow Diagrams. Students will use arrows to show the flow of heat from one object to another object. Part B: Identify different scenarios as Convection, Conduction, and Radiation. Part C: Heating
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Instructional Strategies: Practice Problems Worksheet, Informal Assessment, Homework, Science Centers, Reinforcement Activity, Review Activity, Starter/Opener, Exit Slip/Closure, Quiz. Vocabulary Words: Atomic Structure, Atomic Number, Protons,
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Electricity Concept Map Vocabulary Words: Circuits, Voltage, Resistance, Current, Volts, Ohm, Ampere Instruction Strategies: Review Assessment, Informal Assessment, Worksheet, Handout, Science Center, Starter/Bellringer, Exit Slip/Closure,
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This Worksheet gives Students the opportunity to Practice using the Triangle Method for Solving Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration. Triangle Method Step 1 Cover up/Mark out the letter you are solving for. Step 2 Identify the Math Function using the
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Net Force, Balance Force(s), Unbalance Force(s) and Force Diagrams Activities. Students will calculate the net force using force diagrams and identify direction and balance and unbalance force. Instructional Strategies: Review Worksheet,
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Packet includes: Simple measuring distance lab with metric ruler provided, reading passage about the difference between distance and displacement, distance and displacement practice problems, and application lab. Part A: Measuring Distance with
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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Homework Covers: Word Problems Vocabulary and Definition Matching Instrucational Strategies: Reinforcement, Homework, Group Work How do I use it in class: I give this worksheet out as homework after we cover
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Four Part Force Homework/Worksheet Activity. Part A: Students will identify different scenario's as Newton's 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Law. Part B: Students calculate the Net Force of Force Diagrams. Part C: Students will calculate Newton's Second Law of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught high school science for 15 years. My present teaching assignment is physical science. I have taught earth science, chemistry, and physics.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Over the years my teaching style has changed. My favorite is allowing the students to work independently with each other in pairs or groups with little assistance from me. Group Work-Cooperative Learning Scaffolding Guided Practice Independent Practice

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Chemisty BS University of North Carolina at Pembroke Teaching License Program University of North Carolina at Pembroke Masters in School Administration MSA University of North Carolina at Pembroke