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1. 1. Warm-Up, 09.01.2009<br /> You are going on a hiking and camping trip. You only have enough space to carry one backpack with you, so space is limited. You must carry certain items with you in order for your trip to be pleasurable. What measurements would be important in your preparation?<br />
2. 2. Announcements<br /> Nothing to see here folks, move along.<br />
3. 3. Today’s Objectives<br />SWBAT<br />- Demonstrate their knowledge of the metric system & the methods of science.<br /><ul><li>Begin to recognize the role of physics as a fundamental set of rules for reality.
4. 4. Describe the forces that interact to create motion and acceleration.</li></li></ul><li>Test #1<br />
5. 5. Answer to the best of your ability.<br />Cheating, talking, peaking = auto-0<br />No talking until EVERYBODY FINISHES. If you finish early: read, listen to your ipod quietly or sleep. <br />No redos on tests, only extra-credit.<br />
6. 6. Motion<br /> (btw motion week = puppy week)<br />
7. 7. Launch Lab: Running Speed<br />Step 1) Form into groups of two.<br />Step 2) One person gets a meter stick.<br />Step 3) Make sure somebody in your group/area has a stop watch, a sheet of paper, and a pen in addition to your meter stick.<br />Step 4) Mark off a 10m line on the ground with a starting and ending point. Do not draw the entire line, just place the starting and ending points.<br />Step 5) Have your partner use their stopwatch to determine how fast you run the ten meters.<br />Step 6) Write down your run time.<br />Step 7) Divide 10m by your run time in seconds to calculate your speed in m/s<br />Step 8) Multiply your answer by 3.6 to determine your speed in km/h.<br />Step 9) Compare your speed against the things listed on the next slide. Write a paragraph comparing and contrasting the various means of movement these different things employ, and why or why not this contributes to you doing better or worse than them.<br />
8. 8. Animal/Object Speed (km/h)<br />Hair Growth……………………………………………….……….1.7 × 10^8<br />Snail……………………………………………………………………..0.048<br />Three-Toed Sloth………………………………………………………..0.15<br />Snake…………………………………………………………………………3<br />Chicken……………………………………………………………………..14<br />House Cat…………………………………………………………………..30<br />Puppy………………………………………………………………………..40<br />World Champion 100 meter sprint……………………………………42.48<br />Car (Average Speed)………………………………………………….40-60<br />Horse………………………………………………………………………..64<br />Cheetah……………………………………………………………………120<br />Peregrine Falcon…………………………………………………………321<br />SSC Ultimate Aero TT (world’s fastest production car)………………417<br />Wind speed of a tornado………………………………………………..468<br />The rotation of the earth…………………………………………….1,180.7<br />The speed of sound……………………………………………………1,236<br />Space Shuttle…………………………………………………………..2,816<br />SR-31 Blackbird (Jet)………………………………………………..10,855<br />Speed of the Milky Way Galaxy………………………………….1,990,000<br />The speed of light (in a vacuum)…………………………..1,079,252,848.8<br />
9. 9. Intro: Sports Science<br />
10. 10. Intro: Bill Nye<br />Oh no watch out for that spinning head its coming right for us<br />aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa<br />
11. 11. Project #1: Rube Goldberg Machine<br />
12. 12. Office Supplies<br />
13. 13. Billiards & Dominos<br />
14. 14. Household Items<br />
15. 15. Household Items – Apple Juice Pour<br />
16. 16. Wrap-Up<br />What do you want to be when you “grow up?” Does the amount of money you will make factor into what you want to be? Do you think it’s true that “anybody can be anything they want to be?”<br />What did we learn today?<br />What is due next class?<br />