Welcome to PEP Mason Anatomy & Physiology Class Mrs. Morales

Welcome to PEP Mason Anatomy & Physiology Class Mrs. Morales

PEP Mason Conceptual Physics Class Snap Circuits Laboratory Mrs. Morales The majority of the content of the slides comes from Elenco Snap Circuits Snap Circuits Laboratory In lieu of too much discussion on Chapter 13 this

week, we will take class time to have assigned groups assemble some basic circuits on Monday, then each group will present their circuits to classmates.

Snap Circuits Laboratory Please read all of the directions on the slides so you are prepared for the Snap Circuits laboratory on Monday. When you come to class, you will need to get started building on your circuits right away. You will then have the chance in class to present your circuit to other students and explain the objective of your circuit, what it does, and how it works. We are completing these labs this week in lieu of taking a lot of time to discuss Chapter 13. You will still be responsible for Chapter 13 worksheets and material, however.

Snap Circuits Laboratory Please make sure you have completed all of the following before coming to class on Monday: Have determined what group you are in. Know what project you are to complete. Have read the project and have some idea as to its objectives. Printed out the project. Have looked at the parts list and have some idea as to what each of the parts in your circuit do. Have read the Dos and Donts of building

Snap Circuits Laboratory Please make sure you understand the Dos and Donts of building the circuits and that you follow the directions on your project sheet exactly. I would discourage any experimentation with these sets outside of the directives on your project sheets the components can indeed suffer damage if they are not used as designated. I will send out this weekend a lab sheet for each individual group, with general questions you need only to print out the lab sheet and bring it with you on Monday.

Laboratory Groups Group 1: Group 3: Project #1 Night Rover Project #11 Pushing Electricity, and #13 Leah Senff Whats an Ohm? Kaitlyn Kiepert Aida Borch Caleb Peters Laura Truax Gabe Kallenberger Jacob Lynch

Katie Stark Group 2: Projects #5 and #6 Lamp/ Fan Isabelle Kramer Jakob Schutz Jack Henson Grading Rubric Needs Improveme nt Compete

nt only Excellen t Lab Techniques: demonstrated lab safety and treated materials with respect, came prepared for the lab 0 points 5 points

10 points Citizenship: treated lab partners with respect and was helpful in putting things away and clean-up 0 points 5 points 10 points Presentation: treated classmates with respect in the presentation,

demonstrated knowledge of the material for group project 0 points 5 points 10 points Answered all questions in the lab handout concerning projects for all groups 0 points

10 points 20 points Total points possible for lab project 0 points 25 points 50 points

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