Monday, 4 November 2013

Science Class Without a Teacher!



In the beginning of class, Cian showed the hovercraft. So it is classically a balloon stuck in a C.D. After you blow it up, you let it go on a table and it slides around it.






After the students got on their computers to do the test, but it didn't work because the site wan't connected. Then Cian decided to do the form with a bunch of questions with the class. I don't know where he got that from. But here is a little clip. He answers all of the questions with the class.

After the students did the deductions. The End :)

Oct 29th and 30th - Lesson 5
Content: Students will know or understand that
Quantity (symbol)
Units (symbol)
Measuring Devices
Pressure (P)
Pascals (Pa)
Barometer, Pressure Probe
Volume (V)
liters (L)/ milliliters (mL)
measuring/graduated cylinder, beaker, measuring cup
Mass (m)
grams (g)
electronic scale, balance (scale)
density ()
gramsmilliliter(gL)
volume measuring device ex) beaker, mass measuring device ex) scale
temperature (T)
degrees Celsius (C)/
Fahrenheit (F)
thermometer
As the volume increase, the pressure decreases.
As the volume decreases, the pressure increases.
As the volume increase, the density decreases.
As the volume decreases, the density increases.
As the volume increase, the temperature decreases.
As the volume decreases, the temperature increases.


Skills: Students will
  • Make deductions using qualitative observations.
  • Work effectively with others in groups:
    • Listen to other members.
    • Present reasoning to others for ideas.
    • Consider others’ reasoning.
    • Make consensus on group results.

4 comments:

  1. Stefanie,

    I think you should add in the beginning how the hovercraft work then adds some links to the questions that we went over and then add some links that talk about topics we discussed. Also you title is ok it should be more like a home made hovercraft something that relates more to class. lastly add more example of what we did and what was covered during class. Overall you have the out line you just need to add what we covered in class.

    From,
    Cian

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    1. Cian, learn how to spell my name. Thank you

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  2. Stefanie,

    I think you should add in the beginning how the hovercraft work then add some links to the questions that we went over and then add some links that talk about topics we discussed. Also your title is ok it should be more like a home made hovercraft something that relates more to class. Lastly add more examples of what we did and what was covered during class. Overall you have the outline you just need to add what we covered in class.

    From,
    Cian

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