# WOODLAND HILLS HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN

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Oct 18, 2013 (4 years and 6 months ago)

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WOODLAND HILLS HIGH

SCHOOL LESSON PLAN

SAS

and
Understanding By Design Template

Name _
Jayson Kowinsy
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Date __
2
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06
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2
__ Length of Lesson __
1
5________ Content Area
AP
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Physics
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STAGE I

DESIRED RESULTS

LESSON TOPIC:

Electromagnetism

Nature of Magnetism, Magnetic Fields, Induction, RHR’s,
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(Content standards, assessment anchors, eligible content) objectives, and skill
fo
cus)

The state has not yet made Big Ideas for Physics
-
Electromagnetism

UNDERSTANDING GOALS (
CONCEPTS
):

Students will understand:

Define
and give examples of Ferro / Para /Dia magnetic substances

Derive equations for
Induction for a current carrying wir
e and a charged
particle

Sucessfully use the Right Hand Rules for determne direction of the force
from induced fields.

Defi
ne, diagram,
and discuss
magnetic fields

Derive equations for Induced EMF for moving B fields.

Define and give applications of motor
s and generators.

(State Standards
:
3.2.12B D, 3.2.12 C, 3.4.12 C)

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
:

The state has not yet made Essential Questions for Physics
-
Electromagnetism

Suggested essential questions:

What is the nature of magnetism?

How are electric and magnet
ic fields related to one another?

Why does a moving charge create a magnetic field?

VOCABULARY:

Ferromagnetism, Paramagnetism,
Diamagnetism, Domain, Curie Point, Magnetic Field, EMF,
Generator, Motor

STUDENT OBJECTIVES (
COMPETENCIES
/OUTCOMES
):

Student
s will be able to:

Explain the nature of magnetism on the atomic level, and
differentiate between the types of magnetism.

Solve
problems dealing with
electromagnetic induction
, such
as
B fields from current carrying wires, moving charged
particles, movin
g magnetic fields.

Relate electric fields to magnetic fields through the concept
of induced EMF, and show applications of this.

STAGE II

ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE

Quiz, Exam, Homeworks
, Labs

OTHER EVIDENCE:

Informal assessment through pro
blem presentations to class,
and cooperative learning groups
, and mini labs

STAGE III: LEARNING PLAN

INSTRUCTIONAL
PROCEDURES:

(Active Engagement, Explicit
Instruction, Metacognition, Modeling,
Scaffolding)

Mini Lessons:

Diamagnetism activity

Compass
activity

Paramagnetic activity

Field line mapping mini lab

Induction Lab

Electromagnet Lab

Motor activity

MATERIALS AND
RESOURCES:

Neodynium magnets

Bar magnets

Compasses

Copper and plastic tubing

Coils

Electromagnet supplies

Galvonometers

Motors

INTERVENTIONS:

Students will be working on
the board on
circuit element
problems

Students will be working in
cooperative groups on

in

class
work and in Labs and
mini labs

ASSIG
N
MENTS:

problem sets 1 through
5

Mini labs (
1
)

Labs (1)

Quiz

Ex
am