Force, Motion, and Energy
Students will be expected to:
- compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy (10/31 - 11/7)
- investigate the methods of thermal energy transfer, including conduction, convection, and radiation (1/8 - 1/17)
- have an understanding that thermal energy travels in a predictable pattern from warmer to cooler until all substances attain the same temperature (1/8 - 1/17)
- demonstrate energy transformations such as energy in a flashlight battery changes from chemical energy to electrical energy to light energy (12/4 - 12/14)
- identify and describe changes in position, direction, and speed of an object when acted upon balanced and unbalanced forces (10/17 - 10/19)
- calculate average speed using distance and time measurements (10/22 - 10/29)
- measure and graph changes in motions (10/22 - 10/29)
Brainpop Videos can be found in the two links below:
Brainpop Username: kilgoremiddle Brainpop Password: pop1
Potential and Kinetic Energy
Jason Project Coaster Creator
Can you create a fun coaster...no one can die!
Flocabulary Heat Transfer
See if you can guess the energy transformations below:
Flocabulary Force and Motion
Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
Flocabulary Simple Machines
Super Fun Interactive with Twitch
What is speed?
Speed is a way of measuring how quickly something is moving or being done, or something moving fast. An example of speed is a car being driven 45 miles per hour. An example of speed is someone cleaning a room in 10 minutes. An example of speed is how quickly a jaguar runs.