• Mr. Woolslayer's Classes
      On the left side of this web page, you will find class pages for the subjects I teach with course descriptions and other general information.

    Physics 2

    Monday 2/06/23

     Objective:  Observe and record changes in satellite data from the SOHO website.

    Activity: team research on changes over time in the Sun’s magnetic field.

    Assessment:   team slideshow

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    Tuesday 2/07/23

     Objective:  Apply concepts of Magnetic fields to the interaction of the Sun and the Earth’s magnetic Fields.

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    Activity:  Discuss and view various images of sunspots and solar winds on the SOHO

    Web site.

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    Assessment:   SOHO research for presentation

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    Wednesday 2/08/23

    Objective:  Apply concepts of Magnetic fields to the interaction of the Sun and the Earth’s magnetic Fields.

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    Activity:  Discuss and view various images of sunspots and solar winds on the SOHO

    Web site.

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    Assessment:   SOHO research for presentation

     

    Thursday 2/09/23

     Objective;  Apply the magnetism formulas and right-hand rules of vectors to magnetic fields.

    Activity: Guided  practice problems with Magnetism ( Chapter 20 additional sample problems handout)

    Assessment: completed Additional Chapter 20 handout problems 

     

    Friday 2/10/23

      Objective:  Apply concepts of Magnetic fields to the interaction of the Sun and the Earth’s magnetic Fields.

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    Activity:  Research Project presentations

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    Assessment:   SOHO research for presentation

     

    General Physical Science

    Monday 2/06/23

    Objective:  Describe the Chemical and Physical Properties of metals, non-metals, and Metalloids

    Activity:    Videos and video study guide, discussion, and notes on Metals, non-metals, and metalloids.

    Assessment:  Completed Metals, Non-Metals, and metalloids study guide

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    Tuesday 2/08/23

     Objective: Recognize properties and examples of various families of elements in the periodic table. Use the periodic table to predict trends in Chemical and chemical properties

    Activity:  Discussion, demonstrations, and  independent work on the Periodic table worksheets(2)

    Assessment:   Completed Worksheets on the Periodic table

     

    Wednesday 2/9/23

      Objective: Understand the properties of the various families on the periodic table

    Activity:   Chapter 5 review

     Assessment: Review Note check

     

    Thursday 2/10/23

     Objectives: define words related to the periodic table, periodic properties, and trends. Understand the properties of the various families on the periodic table. Use the periodic table to determine the properties of elements.

    Activity: Chapter 5 test

    Assessment: Chapter 5 test

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    • Friday 2/11/23

    • Objective: Identify the characteristic color of various chemicals when they burn.

    • Activity: Flame test lab

    • Assessment: Lab report with observations and sketches
       

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      •  Physics
        Monday 2/06/23

      • Objective:  Use Newton’s Laws of motion and free body diagrams to determine Net Force and acceleration on various systems.



      • Activity:   Chapter 4 test problems

    Assessment:  Completed  Chapter 4 test Problems

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    • Tuesday 2/7/23

    •  Objective:  Define words related to Work and various types of energy, Describe scientific vs ordinary work, and understand the various symbols and units used for work and energy. State the work-kinetic energy theorem.

     

    Activity: Directed reading, chapter 5 vocabulary exercise, and study guide chapter 5



    • Wednesday  2/8/23
       

    • Objective:  Classify work as ordinary or scientific, Understand how to calculate the work done on an object.  Calculate the amount of work in various situations.

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    • Activity: demonstrations, notes, discussion, and sample problems of work

    •  Assessment: NotebookCheck

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      •  Thursday 2/9/23

    • Objective:   Solve mixed problems on  Work and changes in Kinetic energy

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      Activity:   Guided and independent practice problems from Chapter 5 work and energy,

    • Assessment: completed  Completed Chapter 5 handout problems on work and energy,

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                Friday  2/10/23

    •  Objective: Understand the transformation of energy in extreme situations.

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      Activity:    View, discuss, and answer focus questions Related to the video: Our Universe: Extreme energy

    •  Assessment:  Completed  Video guide on Extreme Energy

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    Physics Lab

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    Monday: 2/06/23

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    Objective:   Measure the  Force, distance, and angle done on the object and calculate the amount of work done.

    Activity:    Friction block Lab

    Assessment:  Completed Data tables and calculations for the Friction block lab.

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    Wednesday 2/8/23

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    Objective:   Construct a prototype blank that is both strong and flexible.

    Activity:   Fishing rod lab design, build and test lab.

    Assessment:  Completed  Prototype blanks for testing

     Friday  2/10/23

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    Objective:   Measure the stress vs the strain of various prototype blanks

    Activity:   Prototype testing lab

    Assessment:  Completed Data tables on prototypes.

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    During the emergency school closure, you can reach me Monday thru Friday except on holidays by email at kwoolslayer@rockwoodschools.org or call 814-926-4688 extension 2200, and please leave a voicemail if I don't pick up.  

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