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Integrated lesson on physics "Physics and the New Year" with active forms of learning for the 8th grade. Mashinyan A.A. – Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor, teacher of physics (school MGPY) Kochergina N.V. – Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor, teacher of physics (school “Nika”) Koroleva M.L. – teacher of English (school “Nika”)
Lesson Objectives: Lesson plan: 1. Problem statement. 2. Problems on physics. 3. The decision to quantitative problems. 4. Physical experiment. 5. Reflection.
Problem statement Santa Claus has come to us for a holiday. He does not know Russian. He gives us some questions in English. The class should be divided into two teams. The first team is called the ice. The second team is called the snow. The winner will get a prize. The contest begins!
The first competition "Problems on physics": the ice the snow a) What is the water in the solid state? a) What is the water in the gaseous state? b) What is the process of turning water into ice? b) What is the process of turning liquid into vapor? c) Name the unit of measurement of temperature. c) What is the unit of measurement of heat?
The second competition "The decision to quantitative problems.” the ice the snow How much heat does Santa Claus need to take from the water, taken at a temperature of 200C, to build ice slides of the following size: length - 3 m, width - 2 m, height - 1 m? What is the energy released in the explosion of firecrackers, packed with gunpowder weight '10. How much water can be heated with this energy from 36.60C to 100 ° C?
Physical experiment the ice the snow Comparison of the heat capacities of wood and steel. Creeping glass Equipment needed for physical experiments: a candle, a wooden stick, a steel pin, paper. Equipment needed for physical experiments: a candle, a flat glass, a tripod, a glass, water. 1) Attach the steel pins to the wooden stick. 2) Wrap the paper stick. 3) Light the stick. 4) What did you find out? 5) How do you explain this? 1) Fix the flat glass at the angle to the horizon. 2) Moisten the edge of the glass of water and put it on the flat glass. 3) Heat the glass with the candle. 4) What did you find out? 5) How do you explain this?
Reflection: 1. What new did you learn in the classroom? 2. What skills did you get in the lesson? 3. Why are squibs dangerous? 4. Would you like to study physics in English?