Sorry I can’t be in class today, kids – I know you’re disappointed to have a cover teacher – so here’s the low-down on what you need to do while I’m out:
- Review the homework problems to make sure you have the correct answers and understand the process. The process is more important than the answers.
- Watch the dimensional analysis video linked here, then complete the quiz on that website to verify you understand how to do dimensional analysis.
- Go through my zombie presentation – yes, zombies do in fact know how to do dimensional analysis – and work all the practice problems in the presentation. You may do this with a partner if you want, and I’ll go over the answers with you next lesson.
- Review the document titled, “How to create graphs for science” and create a bullet-point list of all the required parts of a scientific graph. I’ll check this list as another homework check next lesson.
Here’s the zombie presentation:
Here’s the “How to create graphs for science” document in a viewing window: