Lessons for Physics

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  • Physical Activity and Energy - … ages 6-17 get 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day. Physical activity means moving the body to use energy … for them. Standards Connections National Standards for Physical Education Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity. Standard 4: Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness. Standard 6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and …
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  • Your Energy Out - … Students will Be introduced to national Physical Activity Guidelines for their age group. Categorize several physical activities as those which they should … soccer player. Standards Connections National Standards for Physical Education Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity. Standard 4: Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness. Standard 6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and …
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  • Physical vs. Chemical Indicators - … (chemical) - change colors ii. Twisting a wire (physical) - only changes shape iii. Tearing paper (physical) - only changes shape iv. Burning paper (chemical) - produces heat, changes color v. Towel absorbing water (physical) - only changes physical quality; can separate vi. Incense -> lit & smoking (chemical) - smell … . Lighting a sparkler (chemical) ii. Cutting plastic bag (physical) iii. Squishing a ball (physical) iv. Molded bread (chemical) On the board: i …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Which Came First, Ice Cream or Refrigeration? - … Standard(s):Content Standard(s): SC(9-12) Physical Science 5. Describe physical and chemical changes in terms of endothermic and exothermic … changes, solubility, and chemical reactions. SC(9-12) Physical Science 5. Describe physical and chemical changes in terms of endothermic and exothermic … -12) Physical Science 5. Describe physical and chemical changes in terms of endothermic and exothermic processes. SC(9-12) Physical Science5. Describe physical and …
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  • Did It Change? - … Demand Through demonstrations and lab/investigate rotations, students will explore physical and chemical changes. Subject(s): English Language Arts, Science Grade … station. ANSWERS: Station 1: Physical Change Station 2: Physical Change Station 3: Chemical Change Station 4: Both - Physical (wax melting) and Chemical (burning … in State (melted butter, water, ice cream) are Physical Changes, but not all Physical Changes (torn paper, broken glass) are Changes in …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Accepting Responsibility - … each locomotor skill. Social Studies 2.3.4 Physical Systems: On a map, identify physical features of the local community. Cooking Lesson … Standard(s): SOCIAL STUDIES: Geography 2.3.4 Physical Systems: On a map, identify physical features of the local community. MATHEMATICS: Measurement … developmentally appropriate challenges. S.S.-2.3.4 Physical Systems: On a map, identify physical features of the local community. Performance Objectives …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Fifty States Project - … people throughout the country are affected by their human and physical environments. Local/National Standards: Podcast(s): Primary Learning Objective(s … people throughout the country are affected by their human and physical environments. SS2010(2) Living and Working Together in State and … people throughout the country are affected by their human and physical environments.Local/National Standards: Local/National Standards:Local/National Standards …
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  • Let's Get Moving Unit - … at home, students use their their physical activity logs to keep a record of their daily physical activities (p.a.) during each … , and intensity of their own physical activities. Consider what might constitute a healthy "dose" of daily physical activity. Consider which activities they … to involve their family members in your physical activities. Use the Internet to to discuss physical activity choices with other children around …
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  • Lesson Two: Classroom Comparison of Physical Activities - … participate in. Information about the relative energy expenditure of various physical activities is available at the websites listed below. Objectives Students … of classmates. Consider what might constitute a healthy "dose" of physical activity. Compare and contrast the relative energy (caloric) expenditure associated … sum their total number of minutes of physical activity for the week, using the Physical Activity Log. Then, by dividing the total …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Modeling Hot and Cold Planets - … investigation of the ability of an object, particularly the planetary physical model they constructed, to maintain an equilibrium temperature. Figure .. Screen … establish equilibrium temperature. The activity concludes with a comparison of physical and computer models, evaluating their strengths and limitations in simulating … incident upon an object." ? Describe relative strengths and limitations of physical and computer models. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Materials Computers to run the Radiation Balance …
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