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T&L - Presentations - Part 2

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  • 1.  April 22, 2013 Class presentations – Come to the front when itsyour turn; Alphabetical by last Signal given when 1 min. left Chat / continue more later Voting – link to be sent IMPORTANT – learn & share;your own teaching & jobinterviews SOON
  • 2. Newton’s 3 Laws of MotionAdam Sweeney’s Learning SegmentEngagement and Data
  • 3. Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion
  • 4. Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion
  • 5. Lisa MindlinBiology
  • 6. Engaging & Challenging• Use their own bodies• They are getting involved inhands-on physical lab.• They are analyzing somethingthey have prior knowledgeabout.• Bring prior knowledge.• Test their hypothesis.• The lesson will be inductive• They will be using heart ratemonitors and countingrespirations.*Allow them to create theirown experiment andprocedures after doing theinitial lab.*Get them to a point wherethey can create theprocedures on their own.* The topic will cover twoweeks and includes a lot ofnew vocabulary and conceptsthat are in-depth about thehuman body.
  • 7. •They will collect the data using one member in theirgroup as a “test subject”•They will collect respiratory and heart rates duringtimes of rest and times of physical exertion.•They will analyze the data collected very carefully asto see how the body reacts to change to maintain abalance.Class DataHeart RateRespiratory Rate
  • 8. Socks: by Daniel Otero
  • 9.  The class will observe the differences oftemperatures of different kinds of materials(socks) covering beakers (or bottles) filled with hotwater. The use of data probes are essential to readingtemperature. Computer analysis will incorporate technology intothe classroom.

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