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  • Introduction Slide to Potential and Kinetic energiesSOLPS.6 The student will investigate and understand states and forms of energy and how energy istransferred and transformed. Key concepts includepotential and kinetic energy;Color- The blue and yellow color is recommended in table 8.1 of the text as an effective color combinationThe clown in the box animation is a good way to introduce potential and kinetic energy and can draw upon prior knowledge before beginning the slide show.
  • Students will be able to name the two main states of energy.Arrangement the slide are arranged so that information is on the right and a graphic representing the information is on the left side of the slide, fairly consistent throughout.
  • Students will be able to describe potential energy.Balance- there is a symmetrical balance between the information and the graphic along the vertical axis
  • Students will be able to identify at least two ways potential energy can be increased in an object.Universal design- The slide brings to light potential energy in some things that the students may not have thought about. The lower level students will see how compressing a spring or pulling back a band will increase the potential energy and the greater distance you push it down or pull it back the more potential energy you will be giving it.
  • Students will be able to describe kinetic energy.Appeal- The picture shows a roller coaster travelling down a hill at a area amusement park and it will invoke excitement in the kids because they will think back when they were on the ride this past summer. It connects their every day life to what we need to know in class.
  • Students will be able to identify two way to increase kinetic energy.Appeal- Students will interact with the graphic, the teacher can ask a question like which car has the most potential energy the red or green car? Students that think it is the red car can raise their right hand and those that believe it is the green on can raise their left hands and then have a student respond to why it has more kinetic energy. The teacher can then move to which has the greater kinetic energy between the green car or green motorcycle and why.
  • Students will be able to explain how potential energy transforms into kinetic energy. Legibility- The color contrast makes the letters jump off the slide, the heading font size is 44 and the information is 32, and the Arial font is easy to read.
  • Potential and Kinetic Energy Power Point and audio

    1. 1. Potential & Kinetic Energy
    2. 2. Energy can be divided into two states: • Potential • Kinetic Source: http://need-media.smugmug.com/Graphics/Graphics/17024036_Bdmf8C/1289377214_Wk8nb8N#!i=1289377214&k=Wk8nb8N
    3. 3. Potential Energy • Stored energy, energy of position • Energy in a body at rest • Due to an objects height • Energy in objects that can be stretched or compressed • PE = weight x height Source: http://energyforkidseducationalwebsite.weebly.com/types-of-potential-energy.html
    4. 4. Potential energy can be increased by: • Increasing height • Increasing mass • Increase distance stretched • Compress more Source: http://physics.tutorvista.com/ Source: http://www.weiku.com/products/8340304/comfort_compressed_spring_mattress.html
    5. 5. Kinetic Energy • Energy of motion • Energy an object has because it is moving • KE = ½ (mass x velocity²) Source: http://themeparks.about.com/od/photoandvideogallery/ig/Intimidator-305/THAT-s-Intimidating.htm
    6. 6. Kinetic energy can be increased by: • Increasing mass • Increasing speed
    7. 7. What is the energy change? •Energy cannot be created or destroyed •Energy can change forms
    8. 8. In Summary • Potential energy is stored energy. • Kinetic energy is the energy of motion Source: http://openclipart.org/detail/22040/battery-by-nicubunu
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