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.
Objective: Understand the terminology, symbols, and SI Units for Electric Potential and Potential energy.
Describe and calculate various kinds of changes in electrical potential.
Activity: Notes, discussion, sample problems, and video clips on electrical potential.
Assessment: Note-book check.
Objective: understand the function of capacitors and various applications and types of capacitors used in circuits,
Activity: Notes, demonstrations, simulations, and sample problems related to capacitance
Assessment: Notebook check
Objective: Students will solve problems related to capacitance and electrical potential.
Activity: Demonstration and guided practice problems from ch 17 for chapter 17
Assessment: Completed Chapter 17 sample problems
Objective: Students will solve problems related to capacitance and electrical potential
Activity: independent practice problems on chapter 17.
Assessment: Completed Problem set from chapter 17
Objective: Students will construct simple capacitors
Activity: Capacitance lab
Assessment: Data table and functional capacitors.
General Physical Science
Objectives: Construct a scientific graph from their spreadsheets on density.
Understand various properties of matter.
Activity: Construct graphs of data from the density lab. Notes, demonstrations, and discussion on properties of matter.
Assessment: Submitted graphs and notebook check.
Objective: Students will define and classify physical and chemical properties and Changes of matter.
Activity: Demonstrations, notes, and discussion of properties of matter.
Assessment: notebook check
Objective: Students will classify physical and chemical properties and changes in matter
Activity: Directed reading and study guide ch 2.1
Assessment: Completed SG Chapter 2.1
Objective: Describe changes in matter as chemical or physical
Activity: Demonstrations of chemical and physical properties.
Assessment: Student feedback
Objective: Determine the pH of various substances
Activity: pH Lab
Assessment: Completed Lab report on pH
Objective: Students will describe the various rates of motion, symbols, and SI units for Formulas related to motion
Activity: Notes, demonstrations, and sample problems with motion in the horizontal dimension
Objective: Students will solve problems related to speed, displacement, and distance.
Guided practice problems on Chapter 2.1
Completed Chapter 2.1 problems
Objective: Students will solve problems related to speed and velocity
Activity: Guided and practice problems on speed and velocity
Assessment: completed Handout problems on speed and velocity
Objective: Students will determine changes in velocity and acceleration
Activity: Demonstration problems and guided practice problems on calculations of changes of velocity and acceleration
Assessment: Completed problem set
Objective: Understand various rates of motion.
Activity: MU The law of falling bodies
Objective: collect data on the speed of a pasco car
Activity: Pasco car lab
Assessment: Completed spreadsheet on the Pasco car lab
Objective: Students will write a scientific lab report
Activity: Lab writeup on the Pasco car lab
Assessment: Submitted lab report
Objective: understand and description of graphs of motions
Activity: PHET Simulation on motion
Assessment:Graphs of motions
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