Pace: 7 class periods
Checkpoint: 29 April
Checkpoint: 29 April
Chapter 34: Electric Circuits
Essential Questions
Current Electricity — Circuits

Standards Covered
P4.10A Describe the energy transformations when electrical energy is produced and transferred to homes and businesses. P4.10B Identify common household devices that transform electrical energy to other forms of energy, and describe the type of energy transformation. 
Ch 34 textbook and notes

34.1 Flow of Charge

Standard Practiced:
P4.10A Terms to Know: Potential Difference Electric Current Ampere Voltage source 
Big Ideas:
1.When the ends of an electric conductor are at different electrical potentials, charge flows from one end to another. 2. A currentcarrying wire has a net electric charge of zero. 3. Voltage sources such as batteries and generators supply energy that allows charges to move steadily. 
34.134.3 Practice
1. BOOK NOTES (1525 min)
Review Chapter 34 sections 13 and complete Cornell Notes notes for this section including the "terms to know". Include diagrams and examples when possible.
2. VIDEO NOTES (1520 min)
Add to your Cornell Notes using What is Electric Current?
video from Education Portal. Add details and diagrams to your notes as you complete the quiz and review the lesson.
3. PRACTICE (1015 min)
Draw a diagram that represents how Electric Current moves. Be sure to label the wire, conductor, voltage source, and describe any potential difference.
4. 34.13 MASTERY CHECK (515 min)
Use the picture to help complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
1. BOOK NOTES (1525 min)
Review Chapter 34 sections 13 and complete Cornell Notes notes for this section including the "terms to know". Include diagrams and examples when possible.
2. VIDEO NOTES (1520 min)
Add to your Cornell Notes using What is Electric Current?
video from Education Portal. Add details and diagrams to your notes as you complete the quiz and review the lesson.
3. PRACTICE (1015 min)
Draw a diagram that represents how Electric Current moves. Be sure to label the wire, conductor, voltage source, and describe any potential difference.
4. 34.13 MASTERY CHECK (515 min)
Use the picture to help complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
34.4 Electrical Resistance

Standard Practiced:
P4.10A Terms to Know: electric resistance superconductivity ohms Ohm's Law 
Big Ideas:
1. The resistance of a wire depends on the conductivity of the material used in the wire and also on the thickness and length of the wire. 2. Ohm's law states that the current in a circuit is directly proportional to the voltage impressed across the circuit, and is inversely proportional to the resistance of the circuit. 
34.434.5 Practice
1. BOOK NOTES (1525 min)
Review Chapter 34 sections 45 and complete Cornell Notes notes for this section including the "terms to know". Include diagrams and examples when possible.
2. VIDEO NOTES (1520 min)
Add to your Cornell Notes using Ohm's Law: Definition & Relationship Between Voltage, Current & Resistance video from Education Portal. Add details and diagrams to your notes as you complete the quiz and review the lesson.
3. PRACTICE (2040 min)
171 ProblemSolving Exercises
341 Concept Development
1. BOOK NOTES (1525 min)
Review Chapter 34 sections 45 and complete Cornell Notes notes for this section including the "terms to know". Include diagrams and examples when possible.
2. VIDEO NOTES (1520 min)
Add to your Cornell Notes using Ohm's Law: Definition & Relationship Between Voltage, Current & Resistance video from Education Portal. Add details and diagrams to your notes as you complete the quiz and review the lesson.
3. PRACTICE (2040 min)
171 ProblemSolving Exercises
341 Concept Development


4. 34.45 MASTERY CHECK (515 min)
Thoughtfully complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
Thoughtfully complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
34.11 Electric Power

Standard Practiced:
P4.10B Terms to Know: electric power 
Big Idea:
How can you express electric power in terms of current and voltage? 
34.11 Practice
1. BOOK NOTES (510 min)
Review Chapter 34 section 11 and complete Cornell Notes notes for this section including the "terms to know". Include diagrams and examples when possible.
2. VIDEO NOTES (1015 min)
Add to your Cornell Notes using What is Electric Power? video from Education Portal. Add details and diagrams to your notes as you complete the quiz and review the lesson.
3. PRACTICE (2040 min)
342 Concept Development
1. BOOK NOTES (510 min)
Review Chapter 34 section 11 and complete Cornell Notes notes for this section including the "terms to know". Include diagrams and examples when possible.
2. VIDEO NOTES (1015 min)
Add to your Cornell Notes using What is Electric Power? video from Education Portal. Add details and diagrams to your notes as you complete the quiz and review the lesson.
3. PRACTICE (2040 min)
342 Concept Development
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4. 34.11 MASTERY CHECK (515 min)
Thoughtfully complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
Thoughtfully complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
Household Energy Transfers

Standard Practiced:
P4.10B Terms to Know: 
Big Idea:
common household devices that transform electrical energy to other forms of energy, 
Identify common household devices that transform electrical energy to other forms of energy, and describe the type of energy transformation.
NOTES (1020 min)
Complete the energy transfer practice using the online tool for practice for all 5 events.
PRACTICE (515 min)
Create 3 unique, three step household energy transfers in your lab notebook. Use your practice as a guide and be sure to include the energy form it begins and then changes into for each step.
34.11 MASTERY CHECK (515 min)
Thoughtfully complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
Complete the energy transfer practice using the online tool for practice for all 5 events.
PRACTICE (515 min)
Create 3 unique, three step household energy transfers in your lab notebook. Use your practice as a guide and be sure to include the energy form it begins and then changes into for each step.
34.11 MASTERY CHECK (515 min)
Thoughtfully complete the google.form with examples and details. Complete by 29 April or after for late credit. (STUDENT RESPONSES)
34.Review

34.Optional Extra Credit

Remediation, Late Work and Extra Credit due within 10
days of test date or the end of the quarter
days of test date or the end of the quarter