Friday, November 22, 2013
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BEGIN working on your tilte page and table of contents (ML Book due Wednesday November 27)
RUBE GOLDBERG: Tweaking, Beautifying, Fun-ifying, Poster Diagram, Speech
Expt E3: Illustration Diagram
FINAL FORM Expt E1 in Book
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment E2: Illustration and Observations
FINAL FORM Experiment V5 into book
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment E1: Equpment/Setup (in the form of one illustration), Process and Observations written. OR, you can draw four illustrations to cover Equipment and Process, and only write Observations.
FINAL FORM into Book Experiment V3
Paste into Book, Experiment V4
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment V5: Equipment/Setup, Process, and Observations (no illustration yet)
FINAL FORM into Book: Experiment V2
Illustration for Experiment V4 on nice paper (the candle and chapstick with mirrors setup)
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment V3: Equipment can be expressed through a bird's eye view of the setup. Then write process and observation (include the angles we measured for two pairs of "mirror partners."
CONTINUE Working on Rube Goldberg machines!
ROUGH DRAFT Expt V1: Observations of the six surfaces only
FINAL FORM Expt T3 into ML Book
PASTE Expt V1 illustration into you book
CONTINUE bringing in equipment you need for your Rube Goldberg machine
FINAL FORM Experiment Thermal 2 into your Book
Draw an illustration showing as accurately as you can the images you saw when looking into the surface of the water in Visual Experiment 1. Do this on nice paper, to eventually paste in your book.
CONTINUE working Rube Goldberg Project!
FINAL FORM Experiment Thermal 1 into your Book
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment Thermal 3: For each of the two parts, use an illustration to show the equipment, then write the process and observations.
CONTINUE to bring in materials for the Rube Goldberg machine project.
ROUGH DRAFT: Thermal Expt 2: Part A: Equipment in the form of an illustrations with labels & melt times Part B: Equipment in the form of an illustration with labels, process and observations written Part c: Equipment in the form of an illustration, process and observations written.
THIS WEEK: Begin testing the individual steps of...[read more]
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment Thermal 1 (Equipment should take the form of an illustration, Process and Observations should be written)
FINAL FORM Experiment Mechanics 4 in your book
FINISH Illustration of bicycle gears (Expt M5). Have it ready to paste in your book by Monday. Include Relationships and Discovereis
BRING most of the...[read more]
FINAL FORM in Book: Experiment M3: Add three illustrations, one of each class of lever
Illustration of Experiment M5: Use the guidesheet I gave you and reproduced a diagram of bike gears.
COLLECT all materials for Rube Goldberg Project by Monday, and bring to class
FINAL FORM Experiment M2 into your Morning Lesson Book (Remember to include colored borders, black ink pen for writing, full color illustrations, and carefully done tables using a ruler!)
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment M4 (Equipment, Process and Observations)
FINAL FORM Experiment M1: Back to the Playground in your Book. Colored borders, black ink pen, tables and charts done with sraightedge, color illustrations
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment M3: (Equipment, Process, Observations)
RUBE GOLDBERG Project Proposal Due Tomorrow (1 per team): Team Name, Drawing of your Proposed Machine, Explanation...[read more]
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment M2 (Equipment, Process, Observations and Relationships & Discoveries)
RUBE GOLDBERG Project Proposal Due Wednesday (1 per team): Team Name, Drawing of your Proposed Machine, Explanation of each step, and List of Materials
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ROUGH DRAFT Experiment M2 (Mechanics 2): Equipment, Process, Observations (which includes a table of weight and lever arm measurements)
ROUGH DRAFT Experiment M1 (Mechanics 1). Equipment, Procedure, Observations, Relationship/Discoveries
Get Rube Goldberg machine project sheet signed by parent
Set aside your Title Page and Table of Contents in your morning lesson book
Talk with your RB Team members about your project
The 7th Grade physics course continues and deepens our studies of physics from 6th grade, and adds several new areas of research. Continuing to work through close observation and experimentation, and using all of our senses, we strive to find lawful relationships within the areas of: (1) illumination and seeing (especially image...[read more]