I was home sick today, so wasn’t able to take any photos.
AP Physics: Multiple Choice
Students worked on some multiple choice problems off practice AP exams. I usually have students answer individually with Plickers, then talk to each other and answer again before we have some whole-class discussion. To try and replicate that, I gave students two spaces to answer the questions so they can do all of them individually, then talk about each one with their group. I put in my notes to have some whole-class discussion about the answers at the end, which I’ll be curious to hear how it goes.
Students took the plunge to start calculations with constant acceleration. As part of their worksheet annotating graphs, I had students sketch and annotate v-t graphs given just the statement part of some of today’s problems. I’ll be curious to see if that is a useful bridge.
Chemistry Essentials: Bar Charts
Students worked on some bar charts for objects heating up and going through phase changes. We ran out of time to discuss the lab, so I ended up recording a video lecture that gives away the big ideas from the lab.