Big Motion and Forces Review Foldable for Interactive Notebooks or Binder

Big Motion and Forces Review Foldable for Interactive Notebooks or Binder

Motion and Forces review foldable for interactive notebooks or binders. Print double sided so it includes 5 pages of information (or print single sided to hang on the wall)! There is also a mini-book version included for a different approach to the material. Reviews Scalars, Vectors, Distance, Displacement, Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, Force, Newton's Laws, Projectiles, and Gravity! Great for end of unit, midterm, final, or standardized test prep! No more boring study guides! Fully editable template for easy adjustment to fit your individual needs as well as PDF format. Full answer key included! Teaching duration varies by use and student ability. MA State Frameworks: 1. Motion and Forces Central Concept: Newton’s laws of motion and gravitation describe and predict the motion of most objects. 1.1 Compare and contrast vector quantities (e.g., displacement, velocity, acceleration force, linear momentum) and scalar quantities (e.g., distance, speed, energy, mass, work). 1.2 Distinguish between displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and acceleration. Solve problems involving displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and constant acceleration. 1.3 Create and interpret graphs of 1-dimensional motion, such as position vs. time, distance vs. time, speed vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time where acceleration is constant. 1.4 Interpret and apply Newton’s three laws of motion. 1.5 Use a free-body force diagram to show forces acting on a system consisting of a pair of interacting objects. For a diagram with only co-linear forces, determine the net force acting on a system and between the objects. 1.6 Distinguish qualitatively between static and kinetic friction, and describe their effects on the motion of objects. 1.7 Describe Newton’s law of universal gravitation in terms of the attraction between two objects, their masses, and the distance between them. 1.8 Describe conceptually the forces involved in circular motion. Total Pages15Answer KeyIncluded
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Bundled Physics Study Guides

Bundled Physics Study Guides

SAVE A BUNDLE!!! Buy them together! 4 Study guides for use as end of unit or end of year review including motion, forces, energy, heat, electricity, magnetism, and waves. 28 pages of questions (Some questions repeat between the individual study guides and the combined guide). Answer keys included for all!! Together they cover all of the introductory physics MA state standards.
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Thanksgiving or Easter Stoichiometry Practice Worksheet

Thanksgiving or Easter Stoichiometry Practice Worksheet

Stoichiometry practice worksheet with a holiday theme! Spell "Happy Turkey Day" by solving chemistry problems! Not teaching Stoichiometry till later in the year? Then try the Easter version! PDF and word versions and Full answer key included!
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Racing Extinction Video Quiz

Racing Extinction Video Quiz

Quiz For Racing Extinction Video, can also be used as a video guide while watching. I used 30 of the Questions from throughout the film.
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Ohm's Law, Electric Power, and Energy Practice Worksheet and PowerPoint

Ohm's Law, Electric Power, and Energy Practice Worksheet and PowerPoint

PowerPoint I use to review Electric Circuits (with some hyperlinks to great animations online), Ohm's Law, Electric Power, and Energy (in kW-Hours). The PowerPoint includes practice questions, activator, and daily objectives and is 11 slides. This should be followed by the Practice Worksheet, which is 11 questions increasing in difficulty and is accompanied by a full answer key. MA Framework Focus: 5.2 Develop qualitative and quantitative understandings of current, voltage, resistance, and the connections among them (Ohm’s law).
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Horizon: Mystery of Easter Island Movie Guide Quiz

Horizon: Mystery of Easter Island Movie Guide Quiz

I used this as a review quiz after watching the Horizon Film: Mystery of Easter Island (available on youtube). It contains 21 questions specifically about the movie followed by 4 questions from our introduction to Environmental Science - Topics: Renewable vs Nonrenewable resources, Tragedy of the Commons, Sustainability, Difference between Environmental Science and Ecology and Environmentalism, and Ecological Footprints. Full answer key included as a separate word document for ease of grading. 25 questions total on 2 pages. Some short answer some more in depth. ALSO contains a second copy of the answer key with suggested point values for each question.
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6.1 Thermal Energy, Heat, and Temperature PowerPoint & Guided Notes

6.1 Thermal Energy, Heat, and Temperature PowerPoint & Guided Notes

Includes Daily objectives, key concepts, and sample problems using temperature scale conversions and using the heat equation. Designed to accompany Pearson Science Explorer: Motion, Forces and Energy Chapter 6 Section 1 (though it could easily be modified to fit any text. PowerPoint is 17 slides, guided notes is 3 pages. Full Answer Key included!
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20.1 Viruses Guided Notes and PowerPoint

20.1 Viruses Guided Notes and PowerPoint

Guided notes and PowerPoint I use to introduce Viruses in 9th grade Biology. Includes objectives and essential questions. PowerPoint contains 10 slides, guided notes is 2 pages plus a full answer key. Designed to accompany Miller and Levine Biology Foundations Edition. Standards Addressed: HS-LS4-4. Research and communicate information about key features of viruses and bacteria to explain their ability to adapt and reproduce in a wide variety of environments.
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States of Matter, Phase Change, and Heat Simulation Activity

States of Matter, Phase Change, and Heat Simulation Activity

Activity that investigates phases of matter, effects of adding heat, mixing substances, and energy transformations using two PHET simulations from Phet.colorado.edu. Contains links to quickly access the simulations and multiple screenshots from the simulations to assist students in completing the activity. Most of my grade 9 students were able to finish in just less than one full class period (~45 minutes), though not quite all. My lower level students have also been able to complete, but required 2 full periods (110 minutes total). More or less time may be required based on the level of your students. FULL answer key included. MA State Standards Addressed 3.2 Explain how heat energy will move from a higher temperature to a lower temperature until equilibrium is reached. 3.3 Describe the relationship between average molecular kinetic energy and temperature. Recognize that energy is absorbed when a substance changes from a solid to a liquid to a gas, and that energy is released when a substance changes from a gas to a liquid to a solid. 3.4 Explain the relationships among temperature changes in a substance, the amount of heat transferred, the amount (mass) of the substance, and the specific heat of the substance.
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2.1 Electric Charge & Static Electricity, PowerPoint, Notes, PhET Activity

2.1 Electric Charge & Static Electricity, PowerPoint, Notes, PhET Activity

PowerPoint, Guided Notes, and an activity to teach students about Electric Charge and Static Electricity. Activities use PhET simulations Balloons and Static Electricity and John Travoltage. There is also an an activity for students to actually rub a balloon on their hair and investigate what happens. Required materials: computer with internet access and a projector, 2 balloons, empty soda can, string. I did this as a whole class activity where one student went to the board to run the simulation under the direction of their classmates. If you are a 1-1 school, they can do these on their devices individually and then you discuss as a class. PowerPoint is 15 slides and includes 2 days' activators and objectives. Notes are 4 pages. Activities are built directly into the lesson with hyperlinks in the PowerPoint. Full answer key included! MA State Frameworks: 5.1 Recognize that an electric charge tends to be static on insulators and can move on and in conductors. Explain that energy can produce a separation of charges. 5.4 Describe conceptually the attractive or repulsive forces between objects relative to their charges and the distance between them (Coulomb’s law).
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Physics Electricity Vocabulary Review and Quiz

Physics Electricity Vocabulary Review and Quiz

Quiz includes vocabulary fill in the blank, matching, and multiple choice questions as well as drawing electric circuits, solving Ohm's Law and Power questions, and identifying complete paths in a complex circuit. 3 Pages total. Thorough answer key included. Link and QR code to Quizlet set (34 words) that accompanies this quiz. It can be used to practice with flashcards, practice spelling, play review games, or take practice quizzes. Also, a one page, glossary style vocabulary list with definitions created from the quizlet set.
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Motion, Forces, and Energy Study Guide

Motion, Forces, and Energy Study Guide

Study guide for Motion, Forces, and Energy including conservation of energy and heat. Includes full answer key! Study guide is 6 pages, answer key is 9. Standards Covered: 1. Motion and Forces Central Concept: Newton’s laws of motion and gravitation describe and predict the motion of most objects. 1.1 Compare and contrast vector quantities (e.g., displacement, velocity, acceleration force, linear momentum) and scalar quantities (e.g., distance, speed, energy, mass, work). 1.2 Distinguish between displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and acceleration. Solve problems involving displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and constant acceleration. 1.3 Create and interpret graphs of 1-dimensional motion, such as position vs. time, distance vs. time, speed vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time where acceleration is constant. 1.4 Interpret and apply Newton’s three laws of motion. 1.5 Use a free-body force diagram to show forces acting on a system consisting of a pair of interacting objects. For a diagram with only co-linear forces, determine the net force acting on a system and between the objects. 1.6 Distinguish qualitatively between static and kinetic friction, and describe their effects on the motion of objects. 1.7 Describe Newton’s law of universal gravitation in terms of the attraction between two objects, their masses, and the distance between them. 1.8 Describe conceptually the forces involved in circular motion. 2. Conservation of Energy and Momentum Central Concept: The laws of conservation of energy and momentum provide alternate approaches to predict and describe the movement of objects. 2.1 Interpret and provide examples that illustrate the law of conservation of energy. 2.2 Interpret and provide examples of how energy can be converted from gravitational potential energy to kinetic energy and vice versa. 2.3 Describe both qualitatively and quantitatively how work can be expressed as a change in mechanical energy. 2.4 Describe both qualitatively and quantitatively the concept of power as work done per unit time. 2.5 Provide and interpret examples showing that linear momentum is the product of mass and velocity, and is always conserved (law of conservation of momentum). Calculate the momentum of an object. 3. Heat and Heat Transfer Central Concept: Heat is energy that is transferred by the processes of convection, conduction, and radiation between objects or regions that are at different temperatures. 3.1 Explain how heat energy is transferred by convection, conduction, and radiation. 3.2 Explain how heat energy will move from a higher temperature to a lower temperature until equilibrium is reached. 3.3 Describe the relationship between average molecular kinetic energy and temperature. Recognize that energy is
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Big Motion and Forces Review Foldable for Interactive Notebooks or Binder

Big Motion and Forces Review Foldable for Interactive Notebooks or Binder

Motion and Forces review foldable for interactive notebooks or binders. Print double sided so it includes 5 pages of information (or print single sided to hang on the wall)! There is also a mini-book version included for a different approach to the material. Reviews Scalars, Vectors, Distance, Displacement, Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, Force, Newton's Laws, Projectiles, and Gravity! Great for end of unit, midterm, final, or standardized test prep! No more boring study guides! Fully editable template for easy adjustment to fit your individual needs as well as PDF format. Full answer key included! Teaching duration varies by use and student ability. MA State Frameworks: 1. Motion and Forces Central Concept: Newton’s laws of motion and gravitation describe and predict the motion of most objects. 1.1 Compare and contrast vector quantities (e.g., displacement, velocity, acceleration force, linear momentum) and scalar quantities (e.g., distance, speed, energy, mass, work). 1.2 Distinguish between displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and acceleration. Solve problems involving displacement, distance, velocity, speed, and constant acceleration. 1.3 Create and interpret graphs of 1-dimensional motion, such as position vs. time, distance vs. time, speed vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time where acceleration is constant. 1.4 Interpret and apply Newton’s three laws of motion. 1.5 Use a free-body force diagram to show forces acting on a system consisting of a pair of interacting objects. For a diagram with only co-linear forces, determine the net force acting on a system and between the objects. 1.6 Distinguish qualitatively between static and kinetic friction, and describe their effects on the motion of objects. 1.7 Describe Newton’s law of universal gravitation in terms of the attraction between two objects, their masses, and the distance between them. 1.8 Describe conceptually the forces involved in circular motion. Total Pages15Answer KeyIncluded
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Introduction to Work and Power Guided Notes and Practice Worksheet

Introduction to Work and Power Guided Notes and Practice Worksheet

Guided notes to accompany introduction PowerPoint (my primary free product!) and practice problems including solving for work and power, identifying when work is done, and a fill-in-the blank review section of vocab from work, power, force, etc. Designed to accompany: PowerPoint Introduction to work and power with examples and practice problems
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Physics 1.1 What is Magnetism? Guided notes and PowerPoint

Physics 1.1 What is Magnetism? Guided notes and PowerPoint

Guided notes and PowerPoint I use to teach an introduction to magnetism. It includes information on magnetic force and magnetic field lines as well as basic properties of magnets. It is designed to accompany Pearson Science Explorer: Electricity and Magnetism chapter 1 section 1 but could be modified to fit any text. The PowerPoint is 11 slides and includes daily objectives and activator/bell ringer questions. The guided notes are 2 pages and include a full answer key. This lesson only takes about 30 minutes depending on the level of students. I included some demonstrations with magnets and then followed with the Bill Nye-Magnetism episode. MA State Framework this lesson provides a basis of understanding for: 5.6 Recognize that moving electric charges produce magnetic forces and moving magnets produce electric forces. Recognize that the interplay of electric and magnetic forces is the basis for electric motors, generators, and other technologies.
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Phase Change Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma Chart

Phase Change Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma Chart

Chart I created to help my students learn the 4 states of matter (solid, liquid, gas, and plasma) as well as the changes between them. It is a word document for easy editing! There is some empty spaces where I had my students draw their own little pictures for each phase/phase change to help them remember better. Filled in key for easy reference or for students who need modifications (They can just draw pictures and have the pre-filled chart for reference!) Also includes an instructions page to show students what to fill-in where without giving them the answers! Aligned to the following MA state standard for High School Introductory Physics: 3.3 Describe the relationship between average molecular kinetic energy and temperature. Recognize that energy is absorbed when a substance changes from a solid to a liquid to a gas, and that energy is released when a substance changes from a gas to a liquid to a solid. Explain the relationships among evaporation, condensation, cooling, and warming.
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Work, Power, and Energy Vocabulary and Study Guide

Work, Power, and Energy Vocabulary and Study Guide

This is the study guide I use with my students as they prepare for their unit test. The vocabulary includes a space for students to write the definitions as well as a space for them to draw a picture, write an example, or anything else that helps them remember. This is followed by work, power, kinetic and potential energy review questions. Full answer key work solved out and explanations included. Study guide including vocabulary is 4 pages long. Vocabulary review suggestion - print out single sided. Put numbers on the back to match up the word and the definition. Cut out and play matching!! (Numbers allow students to check their matches).
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Biology Unit 1 Chemistry of Life Unit Plan with daily lessons included

Biology Unit 1 Chemistry of Life Unit Plan with daily lessons included

Complete Unit plan with daily lesson plan outlines for 9th grade Biology unit 1 - Chemistry of Life aligned to the NEW MA 2016 State standards (easily adjusted to NGSS) including objectives, essential questions, and daily lesson plans. Designed to accompany Miller and Levine Biology Foundations Edition, but could be easily modified to accompany any text. Written in the UBD format. Designed as a 2 week unit with 9 lessons (day 10 is test day!)
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