Chapter 26: Sound 
Pace: 5 class periods

Essential Questions

Standards Covered:

PreTest and Differentiation
Pretest data will be collected and used by the teacher to offer alternative projects to demonstrate mastery. You may also self select for an alternative assignment upon conferencing with your teacher. Please talk to your teacher if you have any questions. Student Examples: 
Chapter 25 Textbook and Notes

25.1 Vibration of a Pendulum
9 10 February
pg 491
BOOK NOTES
1. Use the key terms and your text to complete Cornell Notes for this section using your book. Include diagrams and examples as much as possible. VIDEO NOTES 2. Add to your Cornell Notes using Vibrations and Waves, from Education Portal (expires 8 March) Add details and diagrams to your notes. LAB 3. TicTock procedures are attached to complete with a partner. Include pictures of set up, video of experiment along with your lab write up.
PRACTICE
4. Complete the Problem Solving Exercises:121:Simple Harmonic Motion and check your work using the inclass key when completed. Skip #5

STANDARDS
4.4A BIG IDEAS 25.1 The period of a pendulum depends only on the length of a pendulum and the acceleration of gravity. TERMS TO KNOW Pendulum Period Oscillation 
25.2 Wave Description

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Review
4. Watch the video and write a one paragraph summary.
4. Watch the video and write a one paragraph summary.
MASTERY CHECK 25.125.2
5. Complete the in class mastery check. 70% or better move on, below, remediate and retake Mastery Check as soon as possible.
5. Complete the in class mastery check. 70% or better move on, below, remediate and retake Mastery Check as soon as possible.
STANDARDS
4.4A
BIG IDEAS
25.2 The source of all waves in something that vibrates.
Terms to know:
Simple Harmonic Motion
Sine Curve
Trough
Crest
Amplitude
Wavelength
Frequency
Hertz (Hz)
4.4A
BIG IDEAS
25.2 The source of all waves in something that vibrates.
Terms to know:
Simple Harmonic Motion
Sine Curve
Trough
Crest
Amplitude
Wavelength
Frequency
Hertz (Hz)
25.34 Wave Motion and Speed
12 February
pg 493496
BOOK NOTES
1. Use the key terms and your text to complete Cornell Notes for this section. Include diagrams and examples as much as possible. PRACTICE 2. Complete the Concept Development 251 #18: Vibrations and Waves and check your work using the inclass key when done.

STANDARDS
4.4B, 4.4C BIG IDEAS 25.3 The energy transferred by a wave from a vibrating source to a receiver is carried by a disturbance in a medium. 25.4 You can calculate the speed of a wave by multiplying the wavelength by the frequency. Terms to know: Energy Transfer Medium Calculate Wave Speed using the formula: v = (wavelength)f 
25.57 Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
13 and 23 February
pg 497
BOOK NOTES
1. Use the key terms and your text to complete Cornell Notes for this section. Include diagrams and examples as much as possible. VIDEO NOTES 2. Add to your Cornell Notes using Transverse & Longitudinal Waves from Education Portal (expires 8 March) Add details and diagrams to your notes. PRACTICE 3. Complete the online practice and take notes and or draw diagrams in your notebook
25.7 WAVE INTERACTION LAB 4. Follow the attached directions to complete.
MASTERY CHECK 25.325.6
6. Complete the in class mastery check. 70% or better move on, below, remediate and retake Mastery Check as soon as possible. 
STANDARDS
4.4B, 4.4C BIG IDEAS 25.5 Waves in the stretched strings of musical instruments and the electromagnetic waves that make up radio waves and light are transverse. 25.6 Sound waves are longitudinal waves. Terms to Know: Transverse Wave Longitudinal Wave Inertia interference pattern constructive interference destructive interference out of phase in phase 
25.Review

25.Extra CreditMake something that describes and explains wavelength, amplitude, frequency, hertz and speed.
AND/OR Explain how are wave velocity, wavelength, and frequency are related in a diagram. 