11th Grade Physics Lab: Can You Feel the Power?

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11th Grade Physics Lab: Can You Feel the Power?

Course Instructions: Follow the instructions on the lab sheet. Complete all parts of the lab and write your answers and results on the lab sheet.

See attached lab and rubric.

Physics Hands-on Lab Rubric Top Scores (16–20) - The top scoring students will do the following: • Present ideas for a laboratory experiment that would accurately measure principles studied in this laboratory • Develop reasonable hypothesis regarding the variables measured in this laboratory • Accurately record data in well-organized and appropriately labeled data tables, as appropriate • Graph data in appropriate graphs using all the proper conventions and labeling procedures • Analyze data to show a deep understanding of physical principles • Draw conclusions based on experiments that show how physical concepts affect the world around them Middle Scores (10–15) - Acceptable scores for students go to those who do the following: • Present ideas for laboratory experiment that would measure principles studied in this laboratory, although the experiment may not actually work or measurements may be inaccurate • Develop hypothesis about variables measured in this laboratory, although hypothesis may be unreasonable • Record data in organized tables, as appropriate • Graph data in graphs, but may have some errors in labeling or organization • Analyze data with a basic understanding of physical principles • Draw conclusions based on experiments using direction from questions posed in lab Low Scores (0–9) - Students score poorly when they: • Do not present ideas for laboratory experiment that would measure principles studied in this lab or these ideas • Do not present hypothesis about values measured in this experiment • Record data in tables in a disorganized manner • Create graphs that do not correctly reflect the data and are difficult to interpret • Incorrectly relate experiments to physical concepts

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Anonymous
Thanks, good work

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