Mrs. McClure's Physical Science

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January 14-18, 2019

on 17th January 2019


  • Demonstrate how energy can change from one form of energy to another form of energy.
  • Explain the Law of Conservation of Energy.

Monday, January 14, 2019

  • Success Starter:
    • Potential and Kinetic Images – S/categorize the images to identify the type of energy. S/given examples of potential and kinetic energy. S/explain why the examples are considered potential or kinetic energy.
  • Opening:
    • StudyJams: Energy and Matter
  • Work Session:
    • Review forms of energy
    • Students complete “Kinetic and Potential Energy” foldable (comparing and contrasting kinetic and potential energy).
    • Students complete “Forms of Energy” foldable activity 1.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

  • Success Starter:
    • Complete “Forms of Energy” picture sort graphic organizer
  • Opening:
    • “Tiny Dancer” video
      • Video shows the transformation of energy from electromagnetic to mechanical
  • Work Session:
    • Class discussion and notes on “Energy Transformations”

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

  • Success Starter:
    • Energy Transformation foldable
  • Opening: 
    • Roadrunner video on energy transformation
  • Work Session:
    • Reviewed and continued notes on “Energy Transformation”
    • Complete “Energy Transformation” INB activity 2
    • Begin “BNSG Energy” video

Thursday, January 17, 2019

  • Success Starter:
    • EduSmart – Energy Transformation
  • Opening: Go over directions for the virtual lab.
  • Work Session: Virtual Lab – Energy Transformations

Friday, January 18, 2019

  • Success Starter: Ticket in the Door
  • Opening: Discuss the directions for the lab.
  • Work Session:
    • Energy Transformation Stations Lab
      • Students will work in groups and rotate through stations. At each station, students will describe the transformations taking place in the object.





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