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Physics Lesson Plans 2017-2018

 

2.17 ALSEPT EDI PHYSICS LESSON PLAN MAY 14-18, 2018

TEACHER: ALSEPT

SUBJECT: PHYSICS

DATE: MAY 14-18, 2018

 

MONDAY- Distribute exam review to seniors for exam on 5-21.

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

STANDARD

P-7. to P-7.10

P-7. to P-7.10

P-7. to P-7.10

P-7. to P-7.10

P-7. to P-7.10

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

Students will describe and provide examples of refraction, total internal reflection, and calculate Snell’s law using index of refraction.

Students will diagram and calculate angles of reflection for convex and concave mirrors, defining real and virtual images, and calculating p, q, f, R, focal point, and magnification.

Students will diagram and calculate angles of refraction for convex and concave lens, defining real and virtual images, and calculating p, q, f, R, focal point, and magnification.

Students will diagram and calculate angles of refraction for convex and concave lens and mirrors, defining real and virtual images, and calculating p, q, f, R, focal point, and magnification.

Exam review

ACTIVATE PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

  Students will explain angle of refraction in terms of normal and density of mediums

  Review angle of incidence and angle of reflection

Review p, q, f, R,  and focal point

Explain how automatic door openers  and Ray ban sunglasses function

 

CFU

Why does a cut diamond exhibit internal colors in its brilliance?

Sketch angles of incidence and reflection for a plane mirror.

Describe characteristics of virtual and real images

What is polarization?

 

MINI LESSON

 (I DO) EXPLAIN, MODEL, DEMONSTRATE

Teacher will demonstrate how to use Snell’s Law to calculate angle of refraction.

  Teacher will diagram incident and reflection rays of concave and convex mirrors, and then calculate focal point, image and object position in virtual and real images.

 

Teacher will diagram incident and refraction rays of concave and convex lens, and then calculate focal point, image and object position in virtual and real images

 

Teacher will assist students to  diagram incident rays of concave and convex lenses, and then calculate focal point, image and object position in real images.

 

 

CFU

Distinguish between sin n1 and sin n2

Define p, q, f, R, M

Define p, q, f, and R, and magnification

Calculate 1/p + 1/q = 1/f

 

GUIDED PRACTICE

(WE DO)

SNELL’S LAW PROBLEMS

    QUICKBIRD MIRROR PROBLEMS  

 

   QUICKBIRD MIRROR PROBLEMS  

  CONT’D

 

OPTICS PROBLEMS

 

CLOSURE

CHECK FOR 80%

Assignment complete

Students can draw diagrams accurately

Students can draw diagrams accurately

Students can draw diagrams accurately

 

CFU

Demonstrate how to calculate refraction using snell’s law

Identify p, q, f, R, M

Identify p, q, f, R, M

Explain when M is (-)

 

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE

Complete study guide

Complete study guide

Complete study guide

Complete study guide

Complete study guide

IN-CLASS INTERVENTION

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations when provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations when provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations when provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations when provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations when provided by SPED.