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SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Chapter 9 Waves and Light Day 1 Refraction (9.1, 9.2) E2.1 use appropriate terminology related to the wave nature of light, including, but not limited to: diffraction, dispersion, wave interference, nodal line, phase, oscillate, polarization, and electromagnetic radiation [C] Do Now Diagnostic Assessment Hand out assessment as students walk in Find out how much students remember from SPH3U (use modified unit test from SPH3U) If possible try to complete at end of previous day's class Unit Hook Write question on the board: How can we use properties of light to create technologies that enhance our lives? Use Think Pair Share to discuss. Possible answers: X rays, MRI, CT scans, photocells, lasers, infrared cameras, night vision goggles, sunglasses, CFLs, LEDs, CD, DVDs, Fibre optics, holograms, GPS etc. Introduce Unit Project In teams of 4, prepare and deliver a 3 5 min oral presentation Discuss topics, may choose own topic Review rubric analysis of principles of light, assess impact to society, careers Choose own group and topic, sign up on Day 3 Presentation on Day 9 Activity Lab PhET Bending Light (Java applet) Create a worksheet with guiding questions Work in pairs with elbow partner to complete lab 20 min Diagnostic Assessment Diagnostic SPH3U SNC2D Optics Unit 5 min Formative (Discussion) Nelson Physics 12 Unit 4 Chp. 9 & min Unit Project Handout Nelson Physics 12 Unit 4 Chp. 9 & min Worksheet Book computer lab Need computers with Java and Internet access Use PhET Simulation Lab Formative o.edu/en/simulation /bending light Ms. Lu Page 1 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Consolidation/Exit Ticket Match terminology to definitions: Periodic wave, Universal wave Equation, Law of Reflection, Refraction, Snell's Law, Dispersion, Total Internal Refraction, Fibre Optics etc. 10 min Fill in the blanks handout Formative Nelson Physics 12 Sections 9.1, 9.2 Homework (Problem Set) Page 443 # 1 8, 12, 16, Page 458 # min Formative Nelson Physics 12 Sections 9.1, 9.2 Ms. Lu Page 2 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Day 2 Diffraction (9.3) E2.2 conduct inquiries involving the diffraction and interference of waves, using ripple tanks or computer simulations [PR] Do Now Page 458 #10. Write out answers and hand in. This will test if students did the homework or not, of course bright students will be able to do this if they didn't do the homework. Take up homework Check if there are any questions from previous day's homework 5 min Blank paper Formative Nelson Physics 12 Sections min Take up on board (if needed) Nelson Physics 12 Sections 9.1, 9.2 Hook Observation Stations Students to rotate through two stations Station 1: Ripple tank to observation diffraction Complete page 1 of worksheet Station 2: Interference from two speakers Complete page 2 of worksheet Note: I did not create the worksheet. Direct Instruction Go through the derivations and sample problems p. 461, 466, 467 on board. Provide time to complete practice problems on p. 461, min Ripple tank Two speakers Use computer simulations if equipment not available 15 min Formative (Observation) Nelson Physics 12 Section 9.3 Station 1: Investigation 9.3.1, p Station 2: Mini Investigation lab, p. 464 Computer Simulation o.edu/en/simulation /wave interference Activity Homework problems p #1 7 Complete as group activity. Split class into 7 groups (table groups if easier). Each group to complete one question on chart paper and present answers to class. 20 min Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section 9.3 Ms. Lu Page 3 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Homework Complete the questions you did not do. Consolidation Summarize Lesson verbally Exit Ticket 1. Name one thing you learned today. 2. Name one thing you would like to know more about. 5 min Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section min 5 min Exit ticket Formative Ms. Lu Page 4 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Day 3 Double Slit Concepts (9.4) E2.3 conduct inquiries involving the diffraction, refraction, polarization, and interference of light waves (e.g., shine lasers through single, double, and multiple slits; observe a computer simulation of Young s double slit experiment; measure the index of refraction of different materials; observe the effect of crossed polarizing filters on transmitted light) [PR] Do Now Terminology Review Worksheet Hand out worksheet as students walk in Take up answers, have students go up and fill in the blanks on the SmartBoard Announce Chp. 9 Quiz on Day 5 Take up homework Check if there are any questions from previous day's homework Hook Write question on the board: Is light a wave or particle? Use Think Pair Share (TPS) to discuss and take up answers. Extension: Use debate format as an alternative to TPS (depends on class/group dynamics) 5 min Terminology Review Worksheet SmartBoard 5 min Take up on board (if needed) 5 min Formative (Discussion) Formative Nelson Physics 12 Review of 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 Nelson Physics 12 Section 9.4 Direct Instruction Watch and discuss Dr. Quantum video 10 min YouTube Video be.com/watch?v= DfPeprQ7oGc Activity Lab PhET Quantum lab (Java applet) Complete question 1 together as a class Work in pairs with elbow partner to complete lab 30 min PhET Lab Handout Book computer lab Need computers with Java and Internet access Use PhET Simulation Lab Formative o.edu/en/simulation /quantum waveinterference Ms. Lu Page 5 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Homework (to hand in) Complete questions 2 9 (required) Challenge questions (optional) Consolidation Summarize Lesson verbally Exit Ticket 1. Name one thing you learned today. 2. Name one thing you would like to know more about. 5 min Formative 5 min 5 min Exit ticket Formative Ms. Lu Page 6 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Day 4 Double Slit Math (9.5) E2.4 analyse diffraction and interference of water waves and light waves (e.g., with reference to two point source interference in a ripple tank, thin film interference, multipleslit interference), and solve related problems [PR, AI] Do Now Hand in PhET Quantum Lab Hand out worksheet as students walk in Write a note about Young's double slit experiment. Create a a fill in the blank worksheet. Take up answers. Take up homework Check if there are any questions from previous day's homework Direct Instruction Show proofs and derivations for the formulas used pp min Young's double slit experiment note SmartBoard 5 min Take up on board (if needed) Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section 9.4 Nelson Physics 12 Section min Nelson Physics 12 Section 9.5 Activity Homework problems p 484 #2 8 Complete as group activity. Split class into 7 groups (table groups if easier). Each group to complete one question on chart paper and present answers to class. 30 min Chart Paper Markers Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section 9.5 Homework Complete the questions you did not do. Consolidation Summarize Lesson verbally Review content covered in Chapter 9 Review quiz expectations (20 min, multiple choice, fill in the blanks etc.) 5 min Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section min Ms. Lu Page 7 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Chapter 10 Applications of the Wave Nature of Light Day 5 Quiz Diffraction Gratings (10.3) E3.1 describe and explain the diffraction and interference of water waves in two dimensions Chapter 9 Quiz Closed book, put all notes away, need a pen or pencil No talking 20 minutes If you finish early read section 10.3 of textbook 20 min Quiz (did not create) Summative Nelson Physics 12 Chapter 9 Hook Watch and try to explain why this works. Laser show videos (if equipment available, replicate in the classroom as a demonstration) 5 min YouTube Video from Thomas Altman Formative e.com/watch?v=imz 7IYEJZJ4 e.com/lasers.html Direct Instruction Discuss how a spectrometer works Discuss how this relates to CDs or DVDs Show proofs (maxima, minima) and derivations for the formulas used pp min Nelson Physics Activity Complete worksheet courtesy of Robert Tevlin. 30 min Worksheet from Roberta Tevlin Day 1.5 Formative 1)%20Wave%20Nat ure%20of%20light/ Wave%20nature%20 Main.htm Consolidation Summarize Lesson verbally 5 min Exit Ticket 1. Name one thing you learned today. 2. Name one thing you would like to know more about. 5 min Exit ticket Formative Ms. Lu Page 8 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Day 6 Polarization (10.5) Thin Film and Single Slit Interference (10.1, 10.2) E3.2 describe and explain the diffraction, refraction, polarization, and interference of light waves (e.g., reduced resolution caused by diffraction, mirages caused by refraction, polarization caused by reflection and filters, thin film interference in soap films and air wedges, interference of light on CDs) E3.3 use the concepts of refraction, diffraction, polarization, and wave interference to explain the separation of light into colours in various situations (e.g., light travelling through a prism; light contacting thin film, soap film, stressed plastic between two polarizing filters) Return Quizzes Take up questions that everyone missed. Post answers. Tell students to see me after class if there are specific questions they want to discuss. Click questions (or individual white board questions) 5 multiple choice questions to review previous day's content (need to create) Direct Instruction Complete observation lab, hand in by end of class Activity Observation Stations Students to rotate and make observations for each station Station 1: Reflection (Mirror and laser/light beam) Station 2: Thin film (soap) on glass Station 3: Thin film (oil) on water Station 4: Interference of light on CDs Station 5: Newton's Rings and Air Wedges Station 6: Anti reflective coatings on glasses, windshields, cellphone cameras Station 7: Polarizing camera filter (or sunglasses) Station 8: LCD displays and Polarization Complete observations on worksheet Note: I did not create the worksheet. If finished early, start homework. Homework p. 511 #1 3,5 p. 519 #1 3,7 10 p. 537 #1 2,5 6, min Marked Quizzes Formative Nelson Physics 12 Chapter 9 5 min Take up on board (if needed) 5 min 45 min Mirror Light beam glass beaker with water soap oil CDs Newton's Rings Air Wedges Old glasses with antireflective coating polarizing camera filter or sunglasses LCD display (picture frame) Formative Nelson Physics Formative (Observation) Nelson Physics 12 Section 10.1, 10.2, min Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section 10.1, 10.2, 10.5 Ms. Lu Page 9 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Consolidation Summarize Lesson verbally Exit Ticket 1. Name one thing you learned today. 2. Name one thing you would like to know more about. 5 min 5 min Exit ticket Formative Ms. Lu Page 10 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Day 7 Electromagnetic Radiation (10.4) Projects work period (1/2 period) E3.4 describe, in qualitative terms, the production of electromagnetic radiation by an oscillating electric dipole (e.g., a radio transmitter, a microwave emitter, an X ray emitter, electron energy transitions in an atom) Do Now Page 537 #7. Write out answers and hand in. This will test if students did the homework or not, of course bright students will be able to do this if they didn't do the homework. Take up homework Check if there are any questions from previous day's homework Hook Write question on the board: What is an example of electromagnetic radiation? I can think of ten, how many can you come up with? Use Think Pair Share (TPS) to discuss and take up answers. 5 min Blank paper Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section 10.1, 10.2, min Take up on board (if needed) 5 min Formative (Discussion) Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section 10.1, 10.2, 10.5 Nelson Physics 12 Section 10.4 Direct Instruction Show image of electromagnetic spectrum Discuss practical examples 10 min Image of Electromagnetic Spectrum Nelson Physics 12 Page 527 Consolidation Summarize Lesson verbally Handout Unit 4 Chp. 9 & 10 Review Package so students can start their review Review content covered in Chapter 9 and 10 Review quiz expectations (60 min, multiple choice, fill in the blanks etc.) Homework (to hand in) p. 531 #1 6, Activity Work period to complete group projects. 5 min Review Package 5 min Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section min Formative Ms. Lu Page 11 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Day 8 Group Presentations E1.1 analyse, with reference to the principles related to the wave nature of light, a technology that uses these principles (e.g., Xeon lights, spectroscopes, polarized sunglasses) [AI, C] E1.2 assess the impact on society and the environment of technologies that use the wave nature of light (e.g., DVDs, polarized lenses, night vision goggles, wireless t k ) [AI C] Group Presentations Review format, ground rules, respect for each other Questions: each person to come up with a question to ask. I will call on you randomly. Every person will ask at least one question. Complete and hand in worksheet. peer evaluation presentation skills only (not content) Timeline 7 10 min per group 3 5 min presentation 5 min for questions/comments 5 min Question Worksheet Summative 70 min Nelson Physics 12 Unit 4 Chp. 9 & 10 Ms. Lu Page 12 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPH4U The Wave Nature of Light Unit Plan Day / Topic Curriculum Expectations Agenda Timing Materials Needed Assessment/ Evaluation Reference Day 9 Review Day 10 Summative Test E1. analyse technologies that use the wave nature of light, and assess their impact on society and the environment; E2. investigate, in qualitative and quantitative terms, the properties of waves and light, and solve related problems; E3. demonstrate an understanding of the properties of waves and light in relation to diffraction, refraction, interference, and polarization. Take up homework Check if there are any questions from previous day's homework Activity Work period to review/study for summative test. If there are any misconceptions or particular topics that need to be reviewed, do as a class, otherwise it is a work period. Students should use this opportunity to ask any questions they have or work on the review package if they haven't started yet. Unit 4 Chp. 9 & 10 Summative Closed book, put all notes away, need a pen or pencil No talking 60 minutes If you finish early read start Diagnostic for next unit Unit 5 Diagnostic Closed book, put all notes away, need a pen or pencil No talking 15 minutes If you finish early read or do quiet work 5 min Take up on board (if needed) Formative Nelson Physics 12 Section min Formative Nelson Physics 12 Unit 4 Chp. 9 & min Unit Test Summative Nelson Physics 12 Unit 4 Chp. 9 & min Diagnostic Assessment Diagnostic Ms. Lu Page 13 of 13 March 15, 2013 SPU4U Unit Project Wave Nature of Light Applications of Light in the real world Task: In teams of 4, prepare and give a 3-5 min oral presentation (i.e. video, skit, poem, song, for ask Ms. Lu about an alternative format) on one of the following topics. Your team must sign up for a topic (posted in class). Requirements: Your presentation must include a description of your situation, a description of the applications of light involved (and a diagram) and any technological advancement. In addition, you must prepare and submit electronically to Ms. Lu 2 multiple choice questions about the physics of your topic. Select questions will be included in our unit test. For your selected topic, you will need to: Analyse, with reference to the principles related to the wave nature of light, how your technology uses these principles Assess the impact on society and the environment or your technology that uses the wave nature of light Discuss and explain careers that would use this technology Topics: # Topic 1 Electromagnetic waves used in applications such as lidar and photoelasticity Textbook Reference Page Light nanotechnology and counterfeit preventions Global Positioning Systems CD and DVD Storage Capacity Investigation Optical Pattern Analysis Unit task Select own topic with teacher s approval 547 Ms. Lu Page 1 of 2 March 15, 2013 SPU4U Rubric Wave Nature of Light Group Members: Group Participation [C] /4 Effectiveness of Presentation [C, A] Description of Physics [K/U] Impact on Society [T/I] Career Applications [A] Multiple Choice Questions [T/I] TOTAL Comments: Mark Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Three members do not Two members do not One member does not participate. participate. participate. /4 /4 /4 /2 /2 /20 Does not communicate situation background, current technology and physics. Little effort has been made to make presentation effective. Physics description inaccurately models situation. Description inaccurately discusses the impact on society. Does not discuss careers that would use this technology. Somewhat communicates Does an okay job of situation background, current communicating situation technology and physics. One background, current or more requirements may technology and physics. be missing. Presentation Some attention to detail and appears not to be rehearsed effort made to make / prepared in advance. presentation effective. Physics description somewhat models situation. Description somewhat addresses the impact on society. Explains careers that would use this technology at a high level. No examples provided No questions are submitted. Questions are inadequate or missing. Will not be used on a test. Physics description does an okay job modeling the situation. All members participate equally Effectively communicates situation background, current technology and physics. Presentation has been obviously rehearsed; effort has been put into making the presentation effective and / or entertaining. Physics description accurately models situation. Description does an okay job Description accurately explaining the impact on explains the impact on society. society. Explains careers that would use this technology at a high level. Provides generic examples. Questions are okay, may or may not be appropriate for test. Thoroughly explains careers that would use this technology. Provides detailed examples. Questions are excellent and effective evaluation tools. 4 possible answers are provided. Includes solutions and explanations. Ms. Lu Page 2 of 2 March 15, 2013 SPH4U Unit Test: The Wave Nature of Light Name: Date: 22K 11T 2A 3C Unit Test Strand: The Wave Nature of Light Expectations: E1. analyse technologies that use the wave nature of light, and assess their impact on society and the environment; E2. investigate, in qualitative and quantitative terms, the properties of waves and light, and solve related problems; E3. demonstrate an under
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