Energy Pressure
 Aerodynamics- Bernoulli's Principle & Flight
 How is pressure used?
 How does flight work? (Mastery) How does Bernoulli's principle effect me? (Interpersonal) Where in the universe does Bernoulli's principle work? (Understanding) How is Bernoulli's principle different in different fluids? (Self Expressive)
 Quiz: SCA_A13 Flight & (MA10) Practice Quiz: SCA_A13 Flight Take every day before sleeping! Vocabulary Review Activities VocabColumnsHangman QUIA Battleship Jeopardy Millionaire JmblWrds BrainPop Animations and Practice Quizes Vocabulary Flight: Chapter 3 Section 4: Pages 97-101 AudioBk Textbook Note** Printed textbook is wrong--Bernoulli explanation of flight is incorrect!!!**see NASA's explanation!!! Science Skills Handbook Appendix: Pages 202-214: Process Skills Packet
 Labs & Videos
 Fluid Pressure & Flow write up an experiment based on this activity. Bernoulli In A Pipe write up an experiment NASA Wing Simulator write up an experiment NASA Wing Design Page write up an experiment
 Flight Activities Page Building Plans Straw Rocket Video NASA Flight Page  NASA Airfoils Lesson Soda Straw Rocket Science Prentice Hall Video Forces In Fluids Bill Nye Flight Video & Quiz Wing Lift Problem Experiment Write Up
 EngageEngage Discrepant Event Explore Research Explain Write-Up Elaborate New situations/applications Evaluate project to share
 Reading & Math Work
 Reading Math and Data
 Projects by Learning Style and Media Type
 Sensing-Thinking (Mastery) Facts Create a diagram that shows showing how Bernoulli's principle works in chimneys. Sensing-Feeling (Interpersonal) A time when you... Show how you witness flight in daily life. . Intuitive-Thinking (Understanding) Playing with facts Create a diagram that compares or contrasts many different instances of Bernoulli's principle Intuitive-Feeling (Self-Expressive) Creating new possibiliteis Show how Bernoulli's principle exists accross the universe in different media.
 Video/Animation Make a video or animation of flight  (see options above.) Narrate, subtitle, or text page to show this week's concepts. Presentation Create a PowerPoint, ToonDoo, or other graphic that shows one of the projects above. Podcast Audio Make a radio show, podcast, or song about flight (see options above.) Narrate, subtitle, or text page to show this week's concepts. Live Presentation Project Make a poster, play, song or cartoon showing your understanding of flight in its many forms.
 Essential Vocabulary & Concepts
 Picture Core Knowledge or Concept Bernoulli's principle says that the pressure exerted by a faster moving stream of fluid is less than the pressure of the surrounding slower fluid.In the picture to the left, the gas in the smaller tube moves faster and creates lower pressure, letting the higher pressure large tube push the liquid below. In the straw to the right, the fast stream of air over the straw pulls the water up into its low pressure zone. This can be observed in chimney smoke floating up. Bernoulli's principle explains whitewater rapids in flat rivers and streams.In the picture to the left, as the flow narrows, the fluid speeds up and pressure is lower. In rapids on the right, the fast stream slows as the river widens and pressure goes up. Modern wings are shaped to create lift.Many books wrongly use Bernoulli's principle to explain lift. See NASA explanation. Lift is an upward force on an object in a moving fluid. Dynamic pressure is the pressure of moving fluid on a surface.When a moving fluid changes direction, high and low pressure zones are created.As river water hits the front of the rock, it piles up in a high pressure zone.Behind the rock a low pressure hole forms. Whitewater rafters and kayakers use these holes to rest up. Angle of attack is the angle of a wing into a moving fluid. The wing's upward angle of attack creates dynamic pressure under the wing. As air changes direction over the wing, a lower presesure area is created over the wing. The difference between high pressure below and low pressure above pushes the wing up. Scientists Daniel Bernoulli (1700-1782) Swiss mathematician whosework with moving fluids is the basis of today's work with airplanes, submarines, water systems, and hydraulics. Technology Sails and kites create natural airfoils that use wind to create lift.