Reflection: Accountability Inner Outer Circle Energy Review - Section 1: Inner Outer Circle Energy Review Activity


Not only do I like this activity, but my students do as well. This activity works really well in physics because there are so many equations and problems that students do in each unit. I love that the inner outer circle gets students to have practice in all the different types of problems at different difficulty levels throughout the period. I also like that it forces students to be accountable by having them complete their card in a certain time limit and then to make sure at the end they have completed 14 problems on their paper. 

This activity can be differentiated so that the card that the student is the expert on is at their level. I actually walk around and hand a problem card to each student based on their ability level so that I know that they will be able to accomplish and succeed on the card that they will be carrying with them throughout the activity. That means my higher level students have the more difficult problems and will be able to explain how to do those problems to some students that may still struggle with them. 

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Inner Outer Circle Energy Review

Unit 9: Energy
Lesson 10 of 14

Objective: Students will be able to complete calculation problems including work, power, kinetic energy, potential energy, and conservation of energy using various equations.

Big Idea: Students complete lots of practice with the Energy Inner Outer Circle Review.

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