Physics P.O.L. Template

Report
Physics POL (Make a
creative title)
Name: _____________________
Period: _____________________
Date Presenting: _____________
(choose a nice PowerPoint background!! ERASE ALL
ITALICIZED TEXT IN THIS POWERPOINT)
Introduction (You will introduce
yourself here!)
• Hello!
• Name: _______________
• POL Subject: Physics
• Grade Level: 9th
• School: Da Vinci Design High School
• (your presentation should be five minutes long OR
LESS!!!)
My 3 Mini-Topics
• Mini Topic __.__: ____________
• Mini Topic __.__: ____________
• Mini Topic __.__: ____________
Evidence for Mini-Topic __.__
• (Insert picture of your first 3 levels on your exam of
your first mini-topic)
• (On your evidence, you should discuss the type of
error that you made)
Reasoning Error:
The student reasons incorrectly or
believes an incorrect idea.
Knowledge Error:
The student is missing important
knowledge (facts or concepts).
“Why is my answer wrong? I’m doing
all the steps correctly.”
“I don’t understand what ___
means.”
“I thought it was ___ but I found out
it’s really ___.”
“What is this question asking me to
do? How do I start?”
“I got it backwards or mixed up!”
“I didn’t remember something I was
supposed to memorize.”
“I am not sure where I went wrong. It
seemed like I did everything right.”
“I know all the facts, but I don’t know
how to figure out ___.”
“I vaguely remember going over this
in class, but I can’t describe it
clearly.”
Procedural Error:
The student makes a mistake in
carrying out a process.
“I made a silly mistake.”
“I did everything right except for the
last step.”
“I know I understood the concept but
I didn’t explain it well in my writing.”
“I left out an important part of my
writing: my conclusion!”
“I made a simple math mistake even
though I knew what to do.”
Evidence for Mini-Topic __.__
• (Insert picture of your last 2 levels on your exam of
your first mini-topic)
• (On your evidence, you should discuss the type of
error that you made)
Reasoning Error:
The student reasons incorrectly or
believes an incorrect idea.
Knowledge Error:
The student is missing important
knowledge (facts or concepts).
“Why is my answer wrong? I’m doing
all the steps correctly.”
“I don’t understand what ___
means.”
“I thought it was ___ but I found out
it’s really ___.”
“What is this question asking me to
do? How do I start?”
“I got it backwards or mixed up!”
“I didn’t remember something I was
supposed to memorize.”
“I am not sure where I went wrong. It
seemed like I did everything right.”
“I know all the facts, but I don’t know
how to figure out ___.”
“I vaguely remember going over this
in class, but I can’t describe it
clearly.”
Procedural Error:
The student makes a mistake in
carrying out a process.
“I made a silly mistake.”
“I did everything right except for the
last step.”
“I know I understood the concept but
I didn’t explain it well in my writing.”
“I left out an important part of my
writing: my conclusion!”
“I made a simple math mistake even
though I knew what to do.”
Evidence for Mini-Topic __.__
• (Insert picture of your first 3 levels on your exam of
your second mini-topic)
• (On your evidence, you should discuss the type of
error that you made)
Reasoning Error:
The student reasons incorrectly or
believes an incorrect idea.
Knowledge Error:
The student is missing important
knowledge (facts or concepts).
“Why is my answer wrong? I’m doing
all the steps correctly.”
“I don’t understand what ___
means.”
“I thought it was ___ but I found out
it’s really ___.”
“What is this question asking me to
do? How do I start?”
“I got it backwards or mixed up!”
“I didn’t remember something I was
supposed to memorize.”
“I am not sure where I went wrong. It
seemed like I did everything right.”
“I know all the facts, but I don’t know
how to figure out ___.”
“I vaguely remember going over this
in class, but I can’t describe it
clearly.”
Procedural Error:
The student makes a mistake in
carrying out a process.
“I made a silly mistake.”
“I did everything right except for the
last step.”
“I know I understood the concept but
I didn’t explain it well in my writing.”
“I left out an important part of my
writing: my conclusion!”
“I made a simple math mistake even
though I knew what to do.”
Evidence for Mini-Topic __.__
• (Insert picture of your last 2 levels on your exam of
your second mini-topic)
• (On your evidence, you should discuss the type of
error that you made)
Reasoning Error:
The student reasons incorrectly or
believes an incorrect idea.
Knowledge Error:
The student is missing important
knowledge (facts or concepts).
“Why is my answer wrong? I’m doing
all the steps correctly.”
“I don’t understand what ___
means.”
“I thought it was ___ but I found out
it’s really ___.”
“What is this question asking me to
do? How do I start?”
“I got it backwards or mixed up!”
“I didn’t remember something I was
supposed to memorize.”
“I am not sure where I went wrong. It
seemed like I did everything right.”
“I know all the facts, but I don’t know
how to figure out ___.”
“I vaguely remember going over this
in class, but I can’t describe it
clearly.”
Procedural Error:
The student makes a mistake in
carrying out a process.
“I made a silly mistake.”
“I did everything right except for the
last step.”
“I know I understood the concept but
I didn’t explain it well in my writing.”
“I left out an important part of my
writing: my conclusion!”
“I made a simple math mistake even
though I knew what to do.”
Evidence for Mini-Topic __.__
• (Insert picture of your first 3 levels on your exam of
your third mini-topic)
• (On your evidence, you should discuss the type of
error that you made)
Reasoning Error:
The student reasons incorrectly or
believes an incorrect idea.
Knowledge Error:
The student is missing important
knowledge (facts or concepts).
“Why is my answer wrong? I’m doing
all the steps correctly.”
“I don’t understand what ___
means.”
“I thought it was ___ but I found out
it’s really ___.”
“What is this question asking me to
do? How do I start?”
“I got it backwards or mixed up!”
“I didn’t remember something I was
supposed to memorize.”
“I am not sure where I went wrong. It
seemed like I did everything right.”
“I know all the facts, but I don’t know
how to figure out ___.”
“I vaguely remember going over this
in class, but I can’t describe it
clearly.”
Procedural Error:
The student makes a mistake in
carrying out a process.
“I made a silly mistake.”
“I did everything right except for the
last step.”
“I know I understood the concept but
I didn’t explain it well in my writing.”
“I left out an important part of my
writing: my conclusion!”
“I made a simple math mistake even
though I knew what to do.”
Evidence for Mini-Topic __.__
• (Insert picture of your last 2 levels on your exam of
your third mini-topic)
• (On your evidence, you should discuss the type of
error that you made)
Reasoning Error:
The student reasons incorrectly or
believes an incorrect idea.
Knowledge Error:
The student is missing important
knowledge (facts or concepts).
“Why is my answer wrong? I’m doing
all the steps correctly.”
“I don’t understand what ___
means.”
“I thought it was ___ but I found out
it’s really ___.”
“What is this question asking me to
do? How do I start?”
“I got it backwards or mixed up!”
“I didn’t remember something I was
supposed to memorize.”
“I am not sure where I went wrong. It
seemed like I did everything right.”
“I know all the facts, but I don’t know
how to figure out ___.”
“I vaguely remember going over this
in class, but I can’t describe it
clearly.”
Procedural Error:
The student makes a mistake in
carrying out a process.
“I made a silly mistake.”
“I did everything right except for the
last step.”
“I know I understood the concept but
I didn’t explain it well in my writing.”
“I left out an important part of my
writing: my conclusion!”
“I made a simple math mistake even
though I knew what to do.”
Closing
• Thank you, do you have any questions?
• (following this, you will receive 3 questions relevant
to your topic that you have not seen before, you will
receive a list of possible questions you will receive)

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