This game board will allow your students to review a plant unit centered around the three ways plants can reproduce. Opportunity to modify specific spaces is available. The questions and information are based from National Geographic's Life Science
SWBAT analyze a physical problem and create steps for solving it through an interactive activity. This activity involves them dropping a water balloon on a target that moves at a constant rate without looking at the target. To do this, students must
Students will create their own peas through knowledge of Mendelian Genetics. they will sell their peas at an in-class farmers market. See preview for additional information.
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SWBAT to discuss the important differences in average and instantaneous velocity. They will demonstrate their knowledge of the two by graphing the motion of an accelerating object and determining if the acceleration is near constant.
SWBAT discuss displacement, velocity, and acceleration graphically as well as understand why area under the curve and slope are important to analyze. Students will demonstrate this knowledge through class discussions as well as practice AP problems.
SWBAT apply their knowledge of relationships between displacement, velocity, and acceleration through discussion, multiple choice questions, and ranking problems. Students will also scaffold the material they have used in the previous 5 days in a
SWBAT demonstrate their knowledge of free-fall, a constant acceleration, through discussion of video examples as well as an interactive matching activity. The activity has students in groups analyzing events and telling whether they exhibit
SWBAT demonstrate their knowledge of x, v, and a graphically. This will be done through graph matching as well as creating a graph to predict where two cars will meet when traveling towards one another on a track created in class.
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of free-fall by showing their results of the water balloon collision challenge from the previous day as well as completing the graph matching challenge for today’s lesson.