Today we spent the period working on Kahoot and recognizing what content we are comfortable with and what content we are struggling with. This will help you with your upcoming final exam.
Periods 1 and 4: Today we spent the period working on Kahoot and recognizing what content we are comfortable with and what content we are struggling with. This will help you with your upcoming final exam.
Period 3: We finished and turned in our final wave packet and looked at the sonic tube demo.
Today we turned in Wonderful Waves packet and watched the Sonic Tube Demo. There was plenty of time to complete both assignments in class.
Today we will familiarize ourselves with waves types, wave forms, and wave properties. You will be given a packet to work through. You can use the PowerPoints to help you find the information, you can use the videos, On-Line Lab Practice (click on the provided hyperlink), or you can use the Textbook (Chapters 17 and 18). Use the resource that fits your learning style, you do not have to look at all of them.
This week we practice taking Cornell Style Notes and and answering the questions for each section of the chapter. We learned about Electric Charge/Static Electricity, Electric Currents and Ohm's Law, Electric Circuits, and Electronic Devices.
Today we'll do a quick check in to see how well you understood content.
Today Period 3 and 5 finished your Cornell Notes and prep for tomorrow's notebook check.
Today was the last period to work on Cornell Notes for Periods: 1 and 4. There will be a notebook check on Friday, so be sure you have your notes completed before you come into class.
If you finished early you were given a short study guide to help you prepare for your final exam. It will be 92 Multiple Choice Questions and you will be able to use two note cards front and back.
Today we continue working our way though the chapter. We are still doing Cornell style notes and writing out the questions.
Today you all started working on Cornell Notes. You should be working your way through chapter 20, Electricity, and answering all the section questions. For your Cornell Notes follow the example below, for your questions remember you must write out the questions (underline it) and number it. Your answers must be below the question and in complete sentences (see example below).