- Energy Transfer- Energy is transferred from a source to a receiver by radiation, conduction, and convection. When energy is transferred from a source to a receiver, the quantity of energy before the transfer is equal to the quantity of energy after the transfer.
- Relate properties of waves to one another; compare and contrast the types of waves to one another
- Demonstrate different types of waves; show what happens to amplitude and frequency when a greater force/energy initiates your wave.
- Demonstrate how waves transfer energy when they interact with matter
P.EN.07.31/ P.EN.07.32/ P.EN.07.33
Today in Class:
- Mr. Fowler and I reviewed experiments and related concepts with you: control, variable, number of trials needed for experiments, provable data, numerical data, ….
- You should have completed your last set of trials for the Dancing Coin Lab. Most students were checking their data and making sure data tables were clear and set up with variable and control experiments.
- Mr Fowler and I corrected the Dancing Coin Lab with the class: Hypothesis, Gather Information, Materials, Procedure. You then handed in your lab papers to be fully corrected.
- Mr. Fowler checked your notes – did you have all of the concepts that we have discussed and learned about written in your notes? Do you have all of the diagrams drawn by the appropriate terms?
Homework: Please read and observe the following website: Energy Types: Energy Lesson Which reading strategy will you use? Make sure you are reading to understand and learn about types of energy and how they differ.