## Lesson Plan - Physics Semester 2 Physics Week 5 & 6:

### ESLR's Targeted

_x_ Consciousness
_x_ Reason
__ Synergy
__ Action

### DOK Level Targeted

_x_ Level 1 Recall
_x_ Level 2 Skill/ Concept
_x_ Level 3 Strategic Thinking
_x_ Level 4 Extended Thinking

### Thinking Maps Utilized

Illustrative sketches
Free Body Diagrams
2 column derivation method

What is sound?

### Learning Target:

Sound, Doppler and resonance.

### Targeted Vocabulary:

resonances, constructive / destructive interference, node / anti-node.

### Preparation

_x_ Adaptation of Content
__ Links to Background
_x_ Links to Past Learning
__ Strategies Incorporated

### Scaffolding

_x_ Modeling
_x_ Questioning
_x_ Guided Practice
_x_ Comprehensible Input

_x_ Whole Class
__ Small Groups
_x_ Partners
__ Independent

_x_ Writing
_x_ Speaking
_x_ Listening

### Reinforcement

__ Hands-on
__ Meaningful
_x_ Linked to Objectives
__ Promotes Engagement

_x_ Individual
_x_ Group
__ Written
_x_ Oral

### Individual

__ Half-statement
__ What's Next
__ Unbundling
__ Feign Ignorance
__ Why and How
__ Rollback
_x_ If/Then
__ Framework
_x_ Steering Hint

### Whole Group

__ Call-and-Response
_x_ Write it Down
__ Visible Thinking
__ Forced Choice

### Combined (Individual & Whole Group)

_x_ Think-Pair-Share
__ The Combo Meal

### General

__ Take a Stand
__ I Need More Hands
__ Repeat

### Stretch It (Correct)

_x_ Why and How
__ Another Way to Answer
__ A Better Word
__ Evidence
__ Integrate a Related Skill
__ Same Skill; New Setting

### Right is Right (Partially Correct)

__ Hold out for All the Way
__ Answer My Question
__ Right Answer; Right Time
_x_ Technical Vocabulary

### Break it Down (Incorrect)

_x_ Provide an Example
_x_ Provide Context
__ Provide a Rule
_x_ Refer to Steps
__ Rollback
__ Eliminate False Choices

### No Opt Out (IDK's)

_x_ Hint and Return
__ Answer and Repeat

### W6 Th Date:2/12/15

Learning Target Unit 11: Properties of sound waves, audible spectrum, Doppler effect. Unit 11: Sound in musical instruments. Unit 11: Resonances, constructive and destructive. Unit 11: Resonances in open and closed ended pipes. Unit 12: Light: The nature of light, luminous flux, inverse square law,illuminance
CC Strand or CA standard na PH4 a-d PH4 a-d PH4 a-d PH4 a-d
Technology, materials na Power point presentations, youtube videos, Power point presentations, youtube videos Power point presentations, youtube videos Power point presentations, youtube videos
Warm Up {Diagnostic assmt.} How do humans sense a sound wave? How can a measuring instrument sense a sound wave? {FM} Write the general form of the Doppler equation for sound.
How can you measure the distance to a car and its speed using sound waves? Apply the Doppler effect, include formulas.
{FM} How does a wind instrument like a Clarinet produce different notes? Sketch, show waveforms. {FM} What is an octave? What is the frequency of the 1st harmonic of middle C (262 Hz)? 2nd, 3rd harmonic? {Predictive, Diagnostic} What is Light? Is light a wave or a particle? If light is a wave, what do you think is oscillating?
Presentation DI: CH 15 S1, Anatomy of the human ear. The audible spectrum. The Doppler effect. DI: Ch 15 S2 Closed and open pipe resonators. DI: Calculating resonance - Ch 15 - remainder of section 2, harmonics, octaves, beats pg425-427 DI: Review pg 420-423. Musical intervals, beats pg 426 DI: Slide show on light, the spectrum, rays, sources and detectors.
Guided Practice Ch 15 pg 416, Example problem 1 Ch 15 pg 424, Example problem 2 Board problems with class participation - octaves, beats. Ch 15 pg 431-2 Mastering Problems 2 Q's for each video clip. Illuminanmce, pg 444, Example Problem 1
Independent Practice Practice problems pg 416 #1-5 (finish for homework) Practice problems pg 424 #13-16 (finish for homework) Resonant tubes packet - finish for homework. Complete Mastering Problems pg 432. Practice problems pg 444 1-7 finish for HW.
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Assessment
What happens to the pitch of a train whistle as the train approaches? as the train moves away? Why do notes change pitch when you 'slide' a trombone? What is an octave? What is the 1st harmonic of middle C (262 Hz)? Sketch beats formed by 2 waves 5 & 6 Hz (graph paper). How would you use the apparent brightness of a star to measure its distance from Earth?
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