Standard Number:
1.0 Force and Motion.
1.4
demonstrate the relationship among work, power, and machines.
SPI
identify simple machines, given illustrations of machines in action.
SPI
recognize the simple machines found in a compound machine, given an
illustration of a machine in
action.
SPI
solve application problems related to mechanical advantage and the
efficiency of simple machines, given appropriate equations.
Standard 2.0:
Algebra
Students will describe, extend, analyze, and create a wide variety of
patterns and functions using appropriate materials and representations
in real world problem solving.
Learning Expectations:
The
student will:
2.3
solve linear systems using a variety of techniques;
2.4
communicate the meaning of variables in algebraic expressions,
equations, and inequalities;
2.8
interpret results of algebraic procedures;
2.9
apply the concept of variable in simplifying algebraic expressions,
solving equations, and solving inequalities;
Standard Number:
1.0 Force and Motion
Standard:
The
student will explore the concepts of force and motion.
SPI
solve application problems related to velocity, acceleration, force,
work, and power using appropriate units of measurement, given the
equations.
TPI
gather and analyze data to solve problems related to velocity,
acceleration, force, work, and power, given the equations v=d/t, a=∆v/t,
F=ma, W=Fd, and P=W/t.
SPI
solve application problems related to mechanical advantage and the
efficiency of simple machines, given appropriate equations.
TPI
gather and analyze data and solve problems related to mechanical
advantage and efficiency of simple machines, given the equations, MA=FO/FI
and Eff=WO/WI.
