Chemistry 8-22-13 Scientific Method, Pt. 2

CHEMISTRY – Great fun with Oobleck today! Were you successful in using the scientific method? Look over your lab sheet carefully tonight as you write your conclusion. The lab sheet is due at the beginning of class tomorrow.

Oobleck

Chemistry 8-20-13 Using the Scientific Method, Pt. 1

CHEMISTRY – Hey guys, here’s the lecture from Tuesday on the scientific method. I know you’ve heard it for umpteen years, but make sure you can APPLY what you’ve learned about the scientific method.

You’ll have your chance to practice with Mythbusters tomorrow and Ooblek on Thursday. Make sure you print and read BOTH the Mythbusters sheet tomorrow and the Oobleck lab sheet on Thursday – and be sure and bring them to class!

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Physics 8-9-13 What is Physics?

PHYSICS – Great day in physics! Here’s the very first physics lecture of the year. Click on the white arrow in the middle to play, and it might take a minute to load.

So… physics is just about everywhere?!? Where can you find it in your world? Make sure you can make those applications, and let’s talk about measuring our world on Monday. Have a great weekend!


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Chemistry 8-22-11 The Scientific Method

CHEMISTRY – Hey guys, here’s the lecture from Monday on the scientific method. Thanks for being patient with the finicky computer! I know you’ve heard it for umpteen years, but make sure you can APPLY what you’ve learned about the scientific method. Honors Chem – did you finish investigating Oobleck today? Kind of odd homework, hum? Regular Chemistry – you’ll have your chance with Ooblek tomorrow! (And I’ll give you the lab sheet tomorrow in class.)


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Intro to Physics 8-11-11

PHYSICS – Great day in physics! Here’s the very first physics lecture of the year. Click on the white arrow in the middle to play, and it might take a minute to load. So… physics is just about everywhere?!? Where can you find it in your world? Make sure you can make those applications, and let’s talk about measuring our world tomorrow!


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