Eighth Grade Daily Happenings    2013-2014     
Please Note: Assignments and due dates are subject to change.  If changes are made they will be posted in red font color.  
All book/workbook assignments will be listed in purple.
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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
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June 2 - June 6
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork: Give me your Brain Primers total.
Finish discussion of Fetal development
Finish the Nova video
Do the Conception and Birth and the Birth Control Review sheets together for review. Put answers in ISN pgs. 308-309.
C&BKey        BCRKey
Review for test -
Use the "What to Study" list to help you get ready!
work on STI sheet if time
Classwork:Turn in STI Sheet for 10 pts x/c.
Finish going over review sheets
Family Life Test, 50 points!

Classwork:8th Grade Picinic Party!  Have Fun!
Classwork:1/2 day.  Sign Yearbooks.  Good Luck Next Year!
Classwork:Teacher Work Day
Homework:Review notes for Test
Need permission slip for picnic by tomorrow!
Homework: None
Homework: None
Homework:Have a Great Summer, See you at the Beach!
Homework:
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe some of the key features of a fetus as it progresses through the 3 trimesters of pregnancy.
 

*B.P.   Name body parts 1- 10
What symbol represents male?  What symbol represents female?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will show what they have learned in the Health and Family Living unit.

*B.P.   What is an example of a mechanical method of birth control?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:None Daily Target/Brain Primer:None Daily Target/Brain Primer:

May 26 - May 30
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Holiday
Classwork:Fill in Conception Notes/inc. the drawings from the 4 stations. ISN pg. 306.
Baby/No Baby activity
Teen Sexuality video (various clips)
Classwork:Start the Contraception Notes, put in ISN pg. 307
Cont. w/ "Miracle of Life" video.
Classwork:STD's - video.  Read about the different STD's, fill in the STD's chart. Classwork:Finish the STD's Chart
Finish the STD's Chart for Extra Credit (both sides 10 points x/c)
STD's Info.    Chlamydia article
Use the "What to Study" List to help you
Start discussion of fetal development and the birth process.
SLO County Data on Selected STI's 2012

Homework:None
Homework:None Homework:None Homework:Finish the STD's Chart
Finish the STD's Chart for Extra Credit (both sides 10 points x/c) (Due Tuesday)
STD's Info.    Chlamydia article
Homework:use above links to finish chart for x/c.
Daily Target/Brain Primer: Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe some of the key ingredients necessary for conception to occur.

B.P.  Why are the testicles held outside the male body in the scrotum?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to name 5 methods of birth control and some of the advantages and disadvantages of each.

B.P.  a) What form of birth control is free and is the only one that is 100% effective? 
 b) If 100 couples were having unprotected sex for a year, how many would end up pregnant?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to name the percentage chance that pregnancy will occur if no contraceptives are used. B.P.  Why are male condoms not 100% effective? Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe some of the key features of a fetus as it progresses through the 3 trimesters of pregnancy.

*B.P. How do food and oxygen get to the developing baby?

  
May 19 - May 23
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Finish neuron notes.
Ruler Drop Activity.  What is your reaction time?
Sound Notes.  (put in ISN pgs. 299-300.)
Decibel Infographic
Do the Speed of sound activity.
Set up data in ISN   (distance graphic)
Cont. with notes- How loud is too loud?

Color in the Ear Parts Diagram. (hw)
Tuning fork activity.
Tim and Moby,"Hearing"
Try the Gongphone with the hanger attached
Classwork:Field Trip to SLO High!
Classwork:Check Sci. in the News #10. Check ear diagram.   Check calculation for speed of sound.

Go over class rules and expectations for the Health and Family Living Unit.
Start  Intro. Notes. ISN pgs. 301-305.  Start the anatomy sheets.  Go over the female parts today.  Save corrected sheets as notes.
Reproduction in other species- notes.  

Conjugation in Paramecia
Classwork:Check/Correct the reproduction review sheet. Start correcting female anatomy sheets.  Watch video, "Life's Greatest Miracle" (1st 2 segments)
Go over the answers to the male anatomy sheets.
(time permitting)
Classwork:Finish going over the male anatomy sheet.  Review key parts/functions using the overhead transparencies.  Set up ISN for notes on conception. ISN pg. 306
Start notes on conception
Conception Notes Set Up (in ISN)
Menstrual cycle graphic
Contraception Notes Set Up
Check/Correct Reproduction review sheet.
Homework:Color in the ear parts diagram at home.
Homework:None Homework:Fill in the reproduction review sheet. (due Thursday) Try to fill in more of the anatomy sheets.
Work on reproduction review sheet.
Homework:None Homework:None
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Students will know the parts of the ear and how sound is perceived.
B.P. : What are the names of the smallest bones in your body?  Where are they found?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know that the speed of the vibration of an object effects its' pitch.

B.P. : Listen to the demonstration of the bottles with water in them.  Can you explain the difference in tone heard between tapping the bottles and blowing across the top of the bottles?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe many of the strategies for reproduction used by a variety of species.

*B.P.  What is the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to name the parts and functions of the male and female reproductive organs.

B.P.  What is the advantage of conjugation in the reproduction of paramecium? 
See paramecium conjugation

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Same as Before!  Students will be able to name the parts and functions of the male and female reproductive organs.

B.P.  What is the job of the fimbria?  What is the cervix?



May 12 - May 16 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Period 2, check color review sheet 1-4.
Optical Bench Lab. 
Work on x/c sheets if time.  (put ans. in ISN pgs. 293-294, use text book to help you.)
Classwork:Cow Eye Dissection!!
Classwork:Turn in Optical Bench Lab
Finish / Do Light and Eye Unit Review Sheets and/or the ?'s in the assessment section of 2-2 and 2-3  ISN pgs. 293-294.
Try Some of the little fun light and eye labs.
(2pts x/c for each one that you investigate, describe and explain- do on regular binder paper and turn in)
Study for the Light and Eye unit Test.
Check out M.C. Escher's "Hand with Reflecting Sphere".
Classwork:Turn in Cow Eye Dissection Lab
Show x/c ans. in ISN pgs. 293-294. (put notebooks on counter open to 293). 
Take the Light and Eye Unit Test.  This will be an open book and open note test.
Classwork:Tim and Moby, "The Immune System".
Watch video on the immune system,"An Inside Look at the Flu" ans. ?'s in ISN pgs. 295-296.
The Nervous System - Notes and diagram
ISN pgs. 297-298
"How a Nerve Impulse Travels", answer questions 1-4
Check your reflexes with the Ruler Drop Activity.  Watch, Bill Nye, The Brain (if time).
Homework:Finish Optical Bench Lab Write-Up, due Wednesday.
Do the Light Unit Review Sheets for x/c
 (5 pts each set), due Thursday. Use ISN pgs. 293 - 294
Set I
Set II
Homework:Finish Cow Eye Dessection Write-up, due Thursday
Do the Light Unit Review Sheets for x/c (5pts each set), due Thursday. Use ISN pgs. 293 - 294
Homework:Finish Cow eye dissection.  Review Notes for test.
Do the Light Unit Review Sheets for x/c (5pts each set), due Thursday. Use ISN pgs. 293 - 294
Check ans. to review sheets

Homework:None Homework:
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Students will know the difference between a real and virtual image.

B.P. : a) What does this overhead show?
           b) Read and Do 1 and 2.  
           
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the different types of waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum.

B.P.: Name the 3 types of waves that are covered up on the overhead.  Also, do several read and do # 2's to review for test.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Students will be able to explain how colored lights combine and how filters can affect light.
B.P. : Read and Do 1 and 2 (2x)
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will know all the parts of a wave.
B.P.: 1. Draw and label all the parts of a wave. (crest, rest position, trough, amplitude, wavelength).  2. What is the frequency of a wave that has 1,000 wave crests pass a given point in 1 second?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Students will be able to describe how their immune system works.
B.P. : Which type of blood cells are more involved in your immune system, white blood cells or red blood cells?

May 5 - May 9
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Correct part II of Astro test
Quiz on Eye Parts and Functions.
If you score 17 or less out of 22 you must come in at lunch to retake the quiz.
Start the Light and Color  Notes( if time.) Put in ISN pgs. 288-291
Classwork: Correct Astro test (part II)
Tim and Moby, "Refraction and Reflection"
Do the "Vision Lab"
(Start/Cont.) the Light Notes( if time.) Put in ISN pgs. 288-291
Classwork:Science Star Test - Part 1
Classwork:Science Star Test - Part II
Classwork:
Cow Eye Dissection Video from the Exploratorium.
Cont. Light Notes. ISN pgs. 288-291 (if needed)
Mixing colors of light.  Notes/Demos
Work on the Colors, reflected, absorbed . . . review sheet.  Ans.?'s 1-4  in ISN pg. 292 (due Monday!)
Homework:Bring your science book to turn in! On Thursday!
Study for the eye quiz re-take if needed. (see above!) Come in Tuesday at Lunch or before school or after school to do your retake.
Review your text book, all chem and physics chapters to refresh your memory for the Star Test!
Homework:Review your text book, all chem and physics chapters to refresh your memory for the Star Test! (Ch.'s 2 - 11)
Use this site to practice balancing equations
Website key for balancing equations
Homework:Review your text book, all chem and physics chapters to refresh your memory for the Star Test! (Ch.'s 2-11)
Homework:None Homework:Try mixing colors of light at this cool website.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Target: Students will know that when an image passes through a lens it is flipped upside down.

B. P. :Observe the images linked below.  Describe what you think is going on.
Image 1 Image 2 Image 3

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students know visible light is a small band within a very broad electromagnetic spectrum.

B. P. :  Read and Do 1 and 2.
 L 58 and L 56

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the difference between concave and convex lenses.

*B. P. :  Describe the differences between concave and convex lenses.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students know light travels in straight lines if the medium it travels through does not change. 

B.P. :     Do 1 and 2 on the overhead.
  L59

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the difference between what happens when you mix colors of light as compared to what happens when you mix colored pigments.

B.P.: Between A and B, which is showing nearsightedness and which is showing farsightedness?  When  you mix red, green and bule light you get _____ light.  When you mix hellow, cyan and magenta pigments you get a ______ color.


April 28 - May 2  
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Check 15-4 and 15-5.

Review for Star Test - Video to help review elements and the periodic table and practice problems.

Finish Astro Stations- due Wednesday
Work on "What to Study" list for test
Work on Star temp./luminosity/size sheet
Classwork:
Check/Go over the Star Temperature/Luminosity worksheet.
Star worksheet Key (click here if you get stuck.)

Pupil Reaction Activity.  Parts of the eye Notes.  Put in ISN pgs.  285-286 (save for Thursday)
Work with a partner on the "What to Study" list for the Astronomy unit test.
Finish any missing Astronomy labs or worksheets.

Classwork:Turn in, Show Astronomy stations 1-6. (Set notebooks on counter)
Astronomy Test
Classwork:Correct Astronomy Test(wait one more day until everyone is done!)
Blind Spot Activity.    Tim and Moby, "the eye". Draw and label the parts of the eye.  (in ISN pgs. 285-286.  Start coloring in the eye color - in sheet.  EyeAnimationLink
Click here if you need a label the eye diagram. 
Classwork:Add ppt. on the Retina to Eye notes in ISN.  Watch Bill Nye, "The Eye"
list 5 facts from the video in ISN pg.287 .
Go over rules and procedures for the eye dissection lab on May 13th.
Finish coloring in your eye parts handout.
Get with a friend and quiz each other on eye parts and functions.
Homework:Review earlier chapters from textbook to get ready for star test.
Check Answers in workbook from the Astronomy Unit to get ready for Astronomy Test!
Check your workbook answers for all the Astronomy Unit Chapters! (12-15)
Star temp./luminosity/size worksheets due Tuesday
Homework:Astronomy Stations (all 6) due Wednesday.
(put Stations 4 and 5 in ISN pgs. 271-272
1BackwardMotionofPlanets
2StellarParallax
3PlanetData
4 Speeding Around the Sun
5 Measuring the Diameter of the Sun
6 Solar System Model
Study for Astronomy Test.  You can use your notes and your "What to Study" lists (w/notes) on the test!

Homework:Memorize the parts of the eye and their functions.  Quiz on eye parts Monday!  Must do well to get to do the dissection on May 13th.
Homework:Memorize the parts of the eye and their functions.  Quiz on eye parts Monday!  Must do well to get to do the dissection on May 13th. (You must get at least 17 out of 22 correct!)
Homework:Memorize the parts of the eye and their functions.  Quiz on eye parts Monday!  Must do well to get to do the dissection on May 13th.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be ready for the Astronomy test.

*B.P.: 1. What is unique about the planet Uranus? 2. The life of a star is dictated by the star's _____ .  The lives of stars tend to range from _____  to ________ years.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the parts of the eye and their functions.

B. P. :  What part of your eye lets the light in?  Is it always the same size?  Why or why not?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Target: Students will learn the parts and functions of the eye.

B. P. :   Name parts 1, 2, and 3.
  P85

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how vision works in different species.

B. P. :  Name as many ways as you can that a camera is like an eye.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the types of cells that make up the retina and how they function.

B. P. :  Read and Do 1 and 2  (2x) 
 L57 & L64



 April 21 - April 25  
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Cont. work on Astronomy Lab Stations. (try to finish today!)

Cont. w/ Stellar Life Cycle notes and assorted related concepts (like stellar spectra, and the H-R diagram)
Check out this flash animation on the scale of everything!  It will blow your mind!


Classwork:Check 14-5 , 15-1, 15-2, and 15-3.(if time)
 
Cont. Stellar Life Cycle video and notes
1/2 class watches low mass star animation and takes notes/plans how they will act it out. Other 1/2 of class watches hi mass star animation and plans how they will act it out.

Cont. to work on Astronomy Stations as time allows
P-H animation on stellar life cycles
A second animation of stellar life cycles
Play the star life game!
Here is more information for you to read on your own if you want to know more.
Here is a great article on how molecules can form in space!
The Wikipedia page on The Big Bang Theory is pretty good.  Read that for background understanding.  Then, check out this article that says there are some problems with the theory.
Classwork:Finish Skits if needed.  Finish  Star size comparison video if needed.
Cont. to work on Astronomy Stations as time allows

Do the H-R diagram review sheet. (Due Thursday)
  Do the star temperature/luminosity worksheet. (save for later)
Do the H-R diagram review sheet.
  Do the star temperature/luminosity worksheet.
  Due Monday!  Ans in ISN pgs. 283-384  (1-15)

Classwork:Check/Correct the H-R diagram worksheet.
Finish notes on stellar life cycles.
Tim and Moby, "EM Spectrum"
Notes: Galaxies ppt.ISN pgs. 281-282
  Start work on Star temperature/luminosity worksheet. ISN pgs. 283-284 (1-15)
 Due Monday
Cont. to work on Astronomy Stations as time allows - Due Tuesday
Study for Astronomy test.  Test is Wednesday.  (you can use the "What to Study" notes
Is there a center to the universe?  Good explanation here as to why there is no definite answer to that question as of now.

Good youtube from Nasa on same topic
Classwork:Tim and Moby, "The Big Bang"
Start Work on the Star Temperature/Luminosity worksheet. due Tuesday (please note change!)
Finish Notes on Galaxies. (per.2)
Work with a partner on the "What to Study" list for the Astronomy unit test.
Work on workbook work.
Cont. to work on Astronomy Stations as time allows
Watch some great lessons from Khan Academy!

Here is the article on Supersymmetry
Homework: Here are some articles to help you learn more about astronomy.
Star Death
Dark Matter
Dark Matter 2
Black Holes
Black Holes 2
Future Rocket Engines
Exoplanets
Homework: Work on H-R diagram worksheet.
Ask your parents if they want to help with the eye dissection on May 13th.
Homework: Read/Do 15-4 and 15-5, due Monday. (4/28)
Homework: Read/Do 15-4 and 15-5, due Monday.    Homework: Read/Do 15-4 and 15-5, due Monday.  
Star temp./luminosity/size worksheets due Tuesday
Astro Stations due Tuesday
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know some of the characteristics of the inner and the outer planets.

B.P. : Read and Do 1 and 2 (2x)  Then with the people at your table do Star test review problems from Ch. 1 in the textbook, pg. 51, 1-5.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe comets, asteroids and meteoroids.

B.P. : What is the difference between comets, asteroids, and meteors and meteorites?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the shape of galaxies and how they are moving in relation to one another.

B.P. : What is Hubble's Law?  Do 1 and 2 for both overheads.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students know the theory of how the universe formed and how long ago this was.

B.P. : *Why does our moon have such dramatic temperature extremes?
Daily Target/Brain Primer::Target: Students will be able to describe the layers of the sun. Students will know what stellar parallax is and how it is used by astronomers.

B.P. : The intials for the layers of the sun are C,C,P,C,R,C.  How many can you name? How do astronomers use stellar parallax to their advantage?

April 14 - April 18 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Tim and Moby, "Comets"

Powerpoint Notes on Meteors, Asteroids and  Comets. ISN pgs. 274-275


Cont. w/ Astronomy Stations.
Link to "Cosmos" show.  Watch here to learn more about the history of science and the universe!
Classwork:Tim and Moby, "Telescopes"
Finish Notes on Meteors, Asteroids and Comets.
Powerpoint: Notes on types of telescopes, put in ISN pg. 276.

 

 


Classwork:(no computers available 2014, skip this year) Set up Astronomy Power Point Teams- go over assignment  ISN
Check 14-3 and 14-4.
Work on Astronomy Stations.
  Stellar Life Cycle Notes, Put in ISN pg. 277-280
Notes on Stars. (This info. should be in your ISN pgs 277-280 ) DVD clip from Greatest Courses.(Ch. 4) Work on Astro Stations as time allows. Add to the back of your "What to Study List the info linked here.   (If it is missing)
Classwork:14-5 and 15-1 check.
 Start Stellar Life Cycle Notes.  ISN pgs. 277-280
P-H DVD #5  a)Solar system, b)Stars and Galaxies    (just a) today)
We will get to these videos later:
Watch star size comparison videos(youtube)
DVD clip from Greatest Courses.(Ch. 4)
Cont. work on Astronomy Stations if time.
Classwork:Holiday
Homework:14-3 and 14-4 due Wedesday
Watch the total eclipse of the moon!
Eclipse will be Monday night/Tuesday morningClick here for information!

Homework:Read and Do 14-5 and 15-1, due Thursday
Astronomy Stations due next week.  Finish what you can at home and/or come in at lunch if needed.

Homework:Read and Do 14-5 and 15-1, due Thursday
Astronomy Stations due next week.  Finish what you can at home and/or come in at lunch if needed
Homework:Read and Do 15-2 and 15-3, due Tuesday
Astronomy Stations due next week.  Finish what you can at home and/or come in at lunch if needed
Homework: Read/Do 15-2 and 15-3, due Tuesday.
Astronomy Lab Stations due next week.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know what a light-year is and why astronomers use them to measure distances between stars.

B.P. : Do star test review problems 5-7.  What is the name of the current best theory for the formation of the moon?  Why in the future, will there be no more total solar eclipses? 
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to interpret the Hertzprung-Russell diagram.

B.P.: Answer questions 1-5 about the H-R diagram on overhead 22-B.
(use web link to preview for students)
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will appreciate the vast distances that exist in space.

B.P. : Look at the overhead.  On this scale how far away would we need to place our model of proxima centauri?  How far away would proxima centauri be on our classroom scale?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:TargetTarget: Students will be able to describe what astronomers can learn by studying star light.
(use stellar spectra web sites to help go over this (2))

B.P : Use a class set book (pg. 600) to help you answer questions a-g on the overhead


  
April 7 - April 11 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Finish Ellipse activity.  Work on Seasons review sheet (blue worksheet)
Start Bill Nye, "Greatest Discoveries, Astronomy" Video.  Answer ?'s in ISN pg. 267
Classwork:Check 12-4
Check/Correct the Ellipse Activity
Check and correct the blue seasons review sheet.
Start notes on Tides, Eclipses and the Phases of the Moon. ISN pgs. 268-270
Tilt of moon's orbit and eclipses
Classwork:Check 13-1 (and 12-4 if needed) 
Finish Phases of the Moon Notes
Review phases of the moon. (animation)
P-H video DVD #2 Earth, Moon, Sun
Work on work book work
Work on 12-3 review sheet, due Thurs.
Classwork:Check/Correct Turn in Phases,Eclipses, and Tides review sheet. (12-3 review sheet)
 Start on Astronomy Stations Lab.
(put Stations 4 and 5 in ISN pgs. 271-272
1BackwardMotionofPlanets
2StellarParallax
3PlanetData
4 Speeding Around the Sun
5 Measuring the Diameter of the Sun
6 Solar System Model
Classwork: Check 14-1 and 14-2.
Video comparing the inner and outer planets of the solar system. (Save for later)
  Start work on Astronomy 6 Stations
Homework:Read/Do 13-1, due Wednesday
12-4 due tomorrow
Ellipse Activity due Tomorrow
Seasons Review sheet due Tuesday

Homework:13-1 due Wednesday
Phases,Eclipses and Tides review sheet
(due Thursday)
Homework:  14-1 and 14-2 due Friday

Do the 12-3 review sheet (on back of eclipse notes)
Homework:14-1 and 14-2 due Friday
Correct your Phases, Eclipses, and Tides sheet
Homework:14-3 and 14-4 , due Wednesday

Watch the total eclipse of the moon!
Eclipse will be Tuesday night
Click here for information!

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how the "Greeen house " effect plays a role in planetary temperatures.

B.P. : Which is hotter, Mercury or Venus?  Why? (Explain)
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the difference between a neap tide and a spring tide.

B.P. : What causes tides?
Daily Target/Brain Primer: Target: Students will be able to name and explain the phases of the moon.

B.P. : When is the next total solar eclipse?  When will the next partial solar eclipse in the U.S. be?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will know the difference between a lunar and solar eclipse and students will be able to recognize and name the phases of the moon.

B.P. : Between A and B, which is a solar eclipse and which is a lunar eclipse?  Read and do 1 and 2 and then name the phases of the moon  1-5 on the overhead.   
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the difference between natural and artificial satellites.  Students will know how rockets are used to get objects into orbit.

*B.P. : Do Star Test review problems 1-4.  *What is orbital velocity?  By whom and when were rockets invented?  What is the main advantage of multistage rockets?


March 31 - April 4
  
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Correct the Ch. 11 test.
Finish the Universe Movie (if needed)
Start History of Astronomy Notes (fill in handout as we go over information)
Classwork:Check 12-1
Cont. w/ History of Astronomy Notes

Classwork:  Cont. the History of Astronomy Notes.(done!)
Tim and Moby, "Constellations" + "Galileo"
Do the Moons of Jupiter Activity. (handout)
Do the 12-1 review sheet on the back as well, due Friday.
Classwork:Start Earth/Sun/Seasons notes.  ISN pgs.   262-264
Start Seasons review sheet if time, due Tuesday
Classwork:Check 12-2 and 12-3.
Check Sci. News #8
Use McGraw-Hill animation to review Earth/Sun/Seasons Concepts.(done)
Check and Correct the 12-1 review sheet.
Finish the History of Astronomy Notes(done)
Start the Ellipse activity. Put ans. in ISN pgs.265-266.
Homework:Read and Do 12-1, due Tuesday
Science in the News # 8, due Fri.
Homework:Read/Do 12-2 and 12-3 , due Fri.
Science in the News # 8, due Fri.
Homework:12-2 and 12-3, due Fri.
Science in the News # 8, due Fri.
12-1 review sheet (on back of moons of Jupiter) due Friday
Homework:12-2 and 12-3, due Fri.
Science in the News # 8, due Fri.
Finish Seasons Review sheet, due Tuesday.
Work on Seasons review sheet (blue worksheet) (both sides!)
Homework:Read/Do 12-4, due Tuesday
Finish Seasons Review sheet, due Tuesday.
Please check your workbook.  Do your totals match mine?  Make up missing sections ASAP!
Current workbook totals for per.2 and per. 1 (as of 4/3/14)
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will know what epicycles are.
B.P.: What are epicycles?  Why did Ptolemy need them?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will learn about the history of astronomy.

B.P. : What is the origin of the word "planet". What does it mean?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will learn who first came up with the idea that the orbits of the planets are not a circle.

B. P. :  What does the overhead show?
 8.145

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the difference between a circle and an ellipse.

B.P. : Draw and lable an ellipse.  Describe how it is different than a circle.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain what causes seasons.

B.P. : Which season is it in each of the pictures A, B, and C?  How can you tell?


March 17 - March 21
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:
Finish the Salt Water/Fresh Water Lab
Start the Buoyant Boats/Probeware lab #32 labs (2 labs, 6 stations of each, teams of 2 or 3)
Buoyancy Lab #32
Buoyant Boats
Classwork:Go over ans. to Density Drill Sheet.    Cont. w/ labs + Do the lab practical test, Sink, Float or Cry! Classwork:Check 11-4.
Check Buoyancy Review sheet.  Go over answers. (Turn in Thurs. for x/c)  Finish Labs, go over answers.  Use "What to Study", to review for test. Do review problems from book.  p.445 1-10, p. 446  11-20 + 23-25 and p.447 1-7.  Put ans. on binder papaer, this will also be x/c (15points) , due Thurs. as well.
Finish Sink,Float or Cry test (if needed)
Classwork:Check Density Web Quest. 5 points per site = 8 x 5 = 40 points!!
Check Buoyancy Labs
Take Ch. 11 Density and Buoyancy Test!
Classwork:Video, "Exploring the Universe"  write down at least 10 facts from the video.  Put them in your ISN pg. 261
Homework:11-4, due Wed.
Work on buoyancy review sheet - see link from Friday, due Thurs. for x/c
Finish the Density Drill sheet if not done, due tomorrow, see link from Wed.
Web Quest due Thurs.

Homework:
11-4, due Wed.
Use What to Study list to get ready for the Ch. 11 test.                        
Finish buoyancy review sheet - see link from Friday, due Thurs. for x/c.

Web Quest due Thurs.
Homework:Correct your Density Web Quest!
 Density Web Quest (Key here)
Due Thursday.  3/20
Study for test
Check Ans. to Ch. 11 workbook work
Finish Review Problems from book. (see above, for x/c)
Check Ans. to labs
BuoyancyLab#32key
BuoyantBoatskey
Homework:Look at the Stars!!
Homework:Spend the night in the backyard looking at the sky.  (get a warm sleeping bag and a tarp to lie on) Write down what you see.  (any shooting stars?  planes?  milky way? satellites? planets? - see if binoculars help you see more detail)
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will Review Ch. 11 concepts and be ready for the test.
B. P. : Read and Do 1 and 2.   (3x)
P73p74,p75
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will Review Ch. 11 concepts and be ready for the test.

B. P. : What does air pressure have to do with breathing? Read and Do 1 and 2.   (2x)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will Review Ch. 11 concepts and be ready for the test.

B. P. : Do the review problems, (these were the most missed problems on Ms. Naylor's test!)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will Review Ch. 11 concepts and be ready for the test.

B. P. : What does a barometer measure?  Describe Pascal's principle.  Describe Bernoulli's principle.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will know how the Earth moves through space and how this effects the Earth.

B. P. : What are the two major ways the Earth moves through space?  Which one causes day and night?



March 10 - March 14 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Check 11-2.  Cont. w/ Notes/Labs and demonstrations.  Put in ISN pgs. 245 - 250. 
Cont. with Web Quest!
Classwork:
Tim and Moby, "Buoyancy"
Do Density Lab #2
Cont. w/ Notes/Labs , demonstrations and video clips
Cont. w/ Web Quest
Classwork:
Check Density Lab #2.                    
Cont. w/ Notes/Labs 

Work on Density Drill Review Sheet if you finish early. Put in ISN pgs. 254-255. Density Drill 
Watch Bill Nye, "Buoyancy" Add 5 facts to note pages ISN 243-244
Classwork:
Cont. work on Denstiy Notes/Labs
Do lab #3 Rocks and Cylinders w/ graph, due Fri.
Cylinder Density and Graph Sheet
 Work on Density Drill Review Sheet (ans. in ISN pgs. 254-255) due Friday.
Work on Web Quest if you have left over time. 
Classwork:Check 11-3
Finish/Check Density Drill Sheet
Go Over #3, Density of granite, blue cylinder and cylinder graph data
Cont. with Density Notes/Labs/Demos
Do lab #4, Density of fresh water and salt water.

 Do buoyancy review sheets for x/c.  Do on binder paper and turn in for 10 points x/c.  Not due until 3/20

 Buoyancy Review

Homework:You may want to get some of your web quest done.
Homework:Web Quest will now need to be finished at home or in the library.  Due Thursday.  3/20
Read/Do 11-3 , due Friday
Homework:Web Quest will now need to be finished at home or in the library.  Due Thursday. 3/20
Read/Do 11-3 , due Friday
Homework:Read/Do 11-3 , due Friday
Due Thursday.  3/20
Finish Density Drill Sheet, due Fri.

Homework:Read/Do 11-4, due Wednesday
Due Thursday.  3/20
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain how the relationship between mass and volume effects density.

B. P. : Do 1 and 2 on the overhead. Also, do the problem on the next ppt. slide. (Fanta vs. Diet Coke)
 p71

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will know how to use water displacement to find the volume of an object.

B. P. :  What is going on in the top overhead? Do 1 and 2 on the overhead below.
 P78

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to compare the density of various substances.

B. P. : Given the following densities: Diamond 2.26, Gold 19.32, Lead 11.34, Lithium 0.53 – Where would these materials fall in the beaker full of stuff on the overhead? Also, do the problem on the next ppt. slide.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe Bernoulli’s principle.

B. P. :  Observe the spoon in the stream of water demo.  How does this demonstrate Bernoulli’s principle.  Explain. Do 1-5 on the overhead.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain why pressure decreases with elevation and increases with depth in water. Also students will be able to explain how submarines go up and down.

*B. P. :  The pressure in the deepest parts of the ocean is about how many times greater than the usual surface pressure you normally experience? (see pg. 421)



March 3 - March 7
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Correct Ch. 10 Test
Bill Nye, "Pressure" Get 5 facts, add to ISN pgs.243-244 .  P-H video #3 Forces in Fluids
Presentation Express
Density Powerpoint notes
Classwork:Cont. Bill Nye, "Pressure" Get 5 facts, add to ISN pgs. 243-244.  P-H video #3 Forces in Fluids
Presentation Express
Density Powerpoint notes
Pressure Demos: cup w/ water/cover, balloon in flask/ice bath, Crush the Can, Cartesian Diver, video clip on "the bends", Cloud in Bottle(w/alcohol and pump).  Do a few each day.  
Classwork:Check 11-1
Do the balloon in the flask demo.
Mystery Fluids Lab. Due Thursday.

Classwork:Watch P-H forces in fluids about the Titanic.  Take notes from video about buoyant force, add to notes pgs. 243-244.
Start Density labs/ Notes.  Put in ISN pgs. 245- - 250.
(did not start web quest today)
Work on Density Web Quest , put answers in ISN pgs.251-253 .
Link for Density Web Quest
Once at the site choose,"view in frames" and get started!

use this link for station #5
Work on Density Web Quest , put answers in ISN pgs.251-253 .  Any parts not finished in class today will be hw.  All ?'s from all 8 sites are due Thursday 3/20
Classwork:
Cont. Density labs/Notes.  Put in ISN pgs. 248 - 253.  (do the little blocks lab)

  Start Density Web Quest , put answers in ISN pgs.251-253  Any parts not finished in class today will be hw.  All ?'s from all 8 sites are due Thursday 3/20


Check Sci. in the News #7


Homework:read and do 11-1 , due Wednesday
Homework:11-1 due Wed.
Here is the cool little article on Felix Baumgartner's famous plunge from space!
"Freefall"
Homework:Target: Work on make up work if needed. 
Finish the Mystery Fluids Lab if needed
Science in the News #7 due Friday!!
Read/Do 11-2 due Monday
Key for MysteryFluids Lab

Homework:Web Quest will now need to be finished at home or in the library.  Due Next Thursday.
Science in the News #7, due Friday
Read/Do 11-2 due Monday
Homework:11-2 due Monday
Work on web quest at home if you wish to get ahead.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain what pressure is.

B. P. :  Why does Lindsay Vonn use men’s skis when she races downhill?
Link

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will know what the atmospheric pressure at sea level is and why it changes when we ascend in altitude or descend beneath the waves of the sea.

B. P. :  Observe the water in the cylinder demo.  Explain why the water shoots out different distances from the 4 different holes.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will explain how to calculate the density of various substances and determine if objects will sink or float.

B. P. :  Pressure = Force (N) / Area (m2) [1N/m2 = 1Pa]
Suppose some thin ice can support only 1,500 Pa of pressure.  Guy A puts a force of 400 N over an area of 0.25 m.  Guy B (w/ snowshoes) puts a force of 600 N over an area of 0.5 m.  Will either of them fall through the ice?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will explain how to calculate the density of various substances and determine if objects will sink or float. (same as before)

B. P. :  Study the diagram showing hydraulic pressure.  Use it to help you describe how it is possible for your little foot to stop a great big car going 30mph.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will explain buoyancy.

B. P. : Do 1 and 2 on the overhead.
 P76



February 24 - February 28
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Bill Nye, "Momentum" - Add 5 facts to ISN pgs. 235-236
Finish 12 stations and work on review sheets (due Fri. w/ momentum labs and next set of review sheets) (if necessary) Otherwise start the Momentum Notes
Classwork:Momentum Day - Notes, Start Labs if time. Start momentum lab stations
(teams of 3 , double set of teams at ramps)

for trains lab; go to PHschool.com use code cgp 3024
Link to PH animation - see above for code
Momentum lab comp.w trains
Momentum lab with cars
Classwork:Check Forces Review sheets (A and B ISN  Check 12 stations mini-labs: All worth 2 points except Station 9 (handout) worth 5 points (if done, otherwise check on Fri.)
Start/Cont.  Momentum Labs (ISN pgs.237-239 )
Classwork:Cont. w/ Momentum Labs
(Must finish Today!)
Classwork:Notebook Check. Open ISN to page 228.  I will be checking for review sheets A and B,  the 12 stations labs, Momentum labs A and B  and  the last set of review sheets (pgs. 54,57,60 and 61.) (ISN pgs. 228-242)
Check 10-5
Take the Ch. 10 Test
Homework:Read and Do 10-5, due Friday Homework:10-5 + finish review sheets set A and B, due Fri..  Start Ch. 10 Review sheets pgs. 54, 57, 60 and 61.  Class Set.  Add ans. to ISN pgs.240-242 , due Friday.
Ch. 10 Review sheets
Homework: Ch. 10 Review sheets pgs. 54, 57, 60 and 61.  Class Set.  Add ans. to ISN pgs.240-242 , due Friday.
Do any make-up work you need to get done as well.
Use the "What to Study Notes" 

Study for Ch. 10 Test

Homework:Ch. 10 Review sheets pgs. 54, 57, 60 and 61.  Class Set.  Add ans. to ISN pgs.240-242   , due Friday.

Study for Ch. 10 Test
Ans for Ch. 10 Workbook  Page 1    Page 2
Page 3      Page4
Answers for Ch. 10 Review Sheets
Answers for Momentum Cars Station
Answers for Momentum Trains Station

Homework:None
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will learn facts about the physics of motion by doing 12 mini-labs.

B. P. :  Read and Do 1 and 2 (two sets)
 p19 , p17 and p22

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe the law of conservation of momentum and how it relates to the collision of moving objects. 

B. P. :  Observe the steel balls on the ramp.  Predict what will happen.  Explain what happens using the law of conservation of momentum.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will review concepts from Ch. 10 and be ready for the Ch. 10 test.

B. P. :  State the relationship between mass and acceleration and force and acceleration in A and B on the overhead.  Do several of the “Do 1 and 2” review sheets on the overhead.
 P16 and P21

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will review concepts from Ch. 10 and be ready for Thursday's test.
 

B. P. :  1. Describe, in terms of friction, the difference between ski wax and surf wax.
 2. The gravity on Mars is about one-third that of the Earth.  What is the acceleration due to gravity on Mars?
3. Do 2 more 1 and 2 review sheets p25 and p9

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will review concepts from Ch. 10 and be ready for the Ch. 10 test.

B.P. : Observe the two tennis balls go off the table at different speeds.  Do you think they will hit the ground at the same time or not?  Explain your answer.




February 17 - February 21
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Holiday!!
Classwork:Turn in friction lab and  . . .
Go over friction lab.  Cont. the Ch. 10 notes. (if needed) Finish "Friction" video.  Do some more Newton's law demos.
Check 10-3.
Work on the Forces Review Sheets    

Start the Ch. Ten 12 mini-labs, put in ISN pgs. 247-249.

Click here if you need a new copy of Station 9 from the 12 stations lab.
Classwork:Cont. or Start Work on 12 Stations  (work on review sheets if waiting for a lab to open up)
Explain which of Newton's laws apply to each demonstration that Mr. Cossey does this week (a few each day)
Classwork:Work on 12 Stations  (work on review sheets if waiting for a lab to open up)

Classwork:Work on 12 Stations
Check 10-4
Work on Forces review sheets!
Homework:
Homework:Work ahead on the Forces review sheets if you wish.  They will be due early next week.
Cool short article on USA's new bobsled!
Homework:Read and Do 10-4, due Friday Homework: Homework:
Daily Target/Brain Primer: Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to use Newton’s 2nd law to calculate the net force on objects.

B. P. :  Read and Do 1 and 2.
 p24

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain Newton’s universal law of gravitation.

B. P. :  Using spheres and vector arrows, show how the force of gravity varies between objects based on mass and the distance between them.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will be able to manipulate Newton’s 2nd law to solve for acceleration.

B. P. : Read and Do 1 and 2 (two sets!)
 p20 and p23

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Target:Students will be able to describe different types of friction

B.P.: Name the four types of friction and give 1 example of each. 



February 10 - February 14
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Finish Ch. 9 test. 
Work on missing lab stations/parts.
Work on 10-1.
Work on Mousetrap car quiz help sheet.
Work on Science in the News #6.
Classwork:Correct Ch. 9 Test
Check 10-1.  Review Newton's 3 laws. 
Review contributions of famous scientists to our understanding of motion.
Start Notes on Ch. 10 Cont.  "Cool Dudes"(Review contributions of scientists to help with Wed. quiz ) ppt. + "Measuring Forces" ppt.  Put notes in ISN pgs. 224-225
Classwork:Mouse trap Cars Due.  Be ready to run car and take the quiz.
If you have extra time work on making up any missing labs/work and/or work on 10-2.
Classwork:Check 10-2
Go over answers to last part of Ch. 9 Test and go over Mousetrap Car Quiz
 Review Newton's Laws w fun Demos (maybe one demo per day?)
Cont. w/ Notes on Forces and Gravity ISN 224-225.
Physics Videos - 10 facts from each video in ISN pgs. 226-227 (Apollo video, Bill Nye videos;Friction,Gravity, P-H DVD 3)
Classwork:Science in the News #6 due.
FarSide
Friction Lab. 
(If you finish early, work on any make-up work or 10-3)  or start on . . .
Do the Forces Review sheets (both sides) in ISN pgs. 228-231. (trace drawings if you like)
Set A - "Pushing your Weight Around"
Set B - Newton's Laws
Homework:10-1. Mousetrap Cars.
10-1 due Tuesday
Science in the News #6, due Friday as well.
Homework:Mousetrap Cars
10-2 due Thursday
Science in the News #6, due Friday as well.
Homework:
10-2 due Thursday
Science in the News #6, due Friday as well.
Homework:Read/Do 10-3 , due Tuesday Homework:Read/Do 10-3 , due Tuesday
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will review prior learnings to be ready for Star test this spring. 

B. P. Do the review problem below:(on the bench mark test in the past, 70 students got this one wrong) 
Which are true about compounds?
They always contain the same elements in the same ratio.
 They can be separated easily.
 They contain only 1 type of atom.
They retain or keep the properties of each element out of which they are made.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe what a force is and how forces can combine.

B. P. :  Do the review problems 1 and 2 on the overhead.
 (p33)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe Newton's 3 laws of motion.

B.P. Look at sets A, B and C on the overhead.  Which of Newton's 3 laws does each set represent?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will learn how to show the combination of forces with vector arrows.

B. P. : Do  1 and 2  on the overhead. (2 sets)
 (p14 and p18)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain the difference between mass and weight.

B. P. : Observe the overhead.  Use it to help you make a list comparing mass and weight!




February 3 - February 7
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:  Bill Nye, Motion.  Add 5 facts to notes pages.  (ISN pgs. 221-223)
Work on 6 stations in remaining time.
Classwork:Last Day in class for the 6 stations!!
Classwork:Do the Photogates Lab - finish write up at home if needed.Photogates Lab
Use this to help you finish the lab
(Of course, don't use the old data, use your data!)
Here is the Photogates data for 2014
Classwork:Check 9-4. 
Go over Photogates lab. Go over photogates lab.  Finish Graphing and Motion Notes.     Finish any needed labs or work.  Study for test.

Classwork:Ch. 9 test 
 
Have all motion labs done and ready to be checked.

Read/Do 10-1, due Tuesday.
Homework:Do as some of the 6 stations work at home. (Get some cool pictures to use for Station F)
Read/Do 9-4 due Thursday
Homework:Finish all Motion Labs that can be done at home.  Come in at lunch if you are behind. All due Friday.  Start reviewing for Ch. 9 test-
Ch. 9 "What to Study" list
Read/Do 9-4 due Thursday
Homework:Finish Photogates lab.  Finish all Motion Labs that can be done at home.  Come in at lunch if you are behind. All due Friday.  Start reviewing for Ch. 9 test-
Correct your workbooks!  Ans. here; Ch.9page1,  Ch9page2,  Ch9page3
Work on mousetrap cars and prep sheet for quiz. (2/12)
9-4 due Thursday
Homework:Study for Ch. 9 test
Finish all Speed & Motion Labs
Speed and Motion Lab Keys:
Station A
Station B
Station C
Station D
Station E
Station F (not a key, just examples)
Read/Do 10-1, due Tuesday.
Work on mousetrap cars and prep sheet for quiz.(2/12)
Mouse Trap Car Rules and Scoring Rubric

Click here for a copy of the Mousetrap Car Performance assessment practice worksheet
Homework:Read/Do 10-1, due Tuesday.
Work on mousetrap cars and prep sheet for quiz.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to calculate an object’s velocity.

B. P. :  Read and Do 1 and 2 on the overhead.  (Do 2 sets of 1 and 2’s)

Daily Target/Brain Primer: Target: Students will be able to interpret a speed versus time graph.

B. P. :  Do questions 1-4 on the overhead.
  (the car race overhead)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:*Target: Students will be able to solve a potential energy problem.

B. P. : * How high must you lift a 60-newton barbell for it to have the same increase in potential energy as a 40-newton barbell that was lifted 6 meters?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will apply what they have learned about reference points, speed, velocity, acceleration, graphs, kinetic energy and potential energy to the upcoming Ch. 9 test.

B.P.: A roller coaster moving at 5m/s ends up going 20m/s at the bottom of the hill 3 seconds later.  What is its rate of acceleration?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will apply what they have learned about reference points, speed, velocity, acceleration, graphs, kinetic energy and potential energy to the upcoming Ch. 9 test.

B.P. a) What is the velocity of a poodle that jumps out of a 10th story window after 5 seconds?  b) Would the ball he was chasing have the same velocity as the dog after 5 seconds? c) Do the Tommy T problems on the ppt slides. (a and b)




January 27- January 31 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Check/Correct the speed review sheet.    
Cont. with Speed Notes. 
Start the Motions Labs.
(on Tuesday)
Station A - ans. on handout - 25pts
Click here for speed and acceleration video
Click here for "Moving Man" app
Station B  - ans. on handout - 20pts
Station C - ans. in ISN pgs.  - 15pts
Station D - ans. in ISN pgs.  - 20pts
Station E - ans. in ISN pgs.  - 20pts
Click here for little "Graphing Your Motion" graphs to draw on and glue in.
Station F - ans. in ISN pgs.  - 12pts
Classwork: Start with speed and motion stations lab. Check 9-3 during lab.
Partial Data for Ramp'ORama 1 & 2
Graph Set Up for Ramp'ORama 1 & 2

GraphPaperBlank
GraphPapertype2

Classwork:
Cont. w/ the 6 Speed and Motion Stations
Classwork:Pass back papers.  Do some more Speed and Motion Notes (we added ISN pages for this)
Cont. w/ the 6 Speed and Motion Stations
Classwork:Come in before school or at break if there is lab work you must finish here, otherwise finish at home.
 All due Friday 2/7.
Homework:Read and Do 9-3, due Tuesday
Work on Bowling Ball Graph, don't procrastinate!  This takes a little while to do well. Due Wednesday
Here is a copy of both period 1 and 2's bowling ball data
Homework:Do as some of the 6 stations work at home
Check your grade.  Do any missing work.  No F's allowed!  Some of you will need to come after school until missing work is made up!
Homework:Do as some of the 6 stations work at home.  (Get some cool pictures to use for Station F)
Homework:Do as some of the 6 stations work at home. (Get some cool pictures to use for Station F)
Keep working on Mousetrap car and mousetrap car review sheet to be ready to run car and take quiz on 2/12
Homework:Do as some of the 6 stations work at home. (Get some cool pictures to use for Station F)
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to convert from one type of unit to another.
B.P. Do the sneeze speed problem on the following slides.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will get as many lab stations as they can done, but still be as accurate as possible.

B.P. Correct your speed review worksheet (both sides)  How many did you get right?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to calculate acceleration.

B.P. Read and Do 1 and 2 on the overhead.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will describe the factors that effect kinetic energy.

B.P. : Observe the overhead.  Describe how the mass of objects that are moving with the same speed effects their kinetic energy and describe how kinetic energy is effected when objects of the same mass are moving at different speeds.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe the differences between potential and kinetic energy.

*B. P. : Observe the pendulum in the room.  At what point does it have stored energy?  Where is kinetic energy greatest?  Where is potential energy greatest?



January 20 - January 24 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:
Classwork: Skipping Lab! Collect data outside.  Share data inside. Work on making graph from Skipping Lab class averages. Get extra credit if you make a color  graph using excel! Graphs due Thursday 1/23. Classwork:Frames of Reference Activity questions 1-33 due.  Cont. with Graphing and Motion notes. (Inc. Speed?)
Motion Graphs to use during notes
 Work on Skipping Lab Graph
Set up Bowling Ball Lab Data Table

Classwork:Dripping water graph due and Skipping lab graph due.
Set up Bowling Lab ISN pgs.207-208 .
 Collect Bowling Lab Data
Outside
Graph Data and make predictions - graphs due next Wednesday!

Classwork:Prep for Speed and  Motion Labs.  (6 stations)
Station  A 1
Station B 2
Station C 3
Station D 4
Station E 5
Station F 6

Use the rest of today for videos (add facts to notes pages) and/or catch up/work on bowling lab data, graphs and hw (see speed review sheet below!)
Homework:Everybody check your 1st Semester workbook totals.  Let me know if it is not correct.  If you did not do well, make an effort to get all your workbook work in for 2nd semester!
Period 1 workbook totals
Period 2 workbook totals
Homework:Frames of Reference due Wed 1/22.
If you get stuck on the Frames of Ref. activity take a peek at the key!
Work on making graph from Skipping Lab class averages. Get extra credit if you make a color gar graph using excel! Graphs due Thursday 1/23.
Click Here for help to use Excel to make your Skipping lab graph!  (for x/c)
click here to get some graph paper!
Homework:Same as Tues!
Here is what a finished Skipping lab graph might look like

If you need skipping lab data call a friend that was here and has all the data.  Use that data to make your graph.
Homework:Read and Do 9-3, due Tuesday
Do the speed review sheet (both sides) due Monday
Homework:Read and Do 9-3, due Tuesday
Work on Bowling Ball Graph, don't procrastinate!  This takes a little while to do well.
Bowling ball xcel sheet data per.1&2


Do the speed review sheet (both sides) due Monday
Daily Target/Brain Primer: Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to interpret distance versus time graphs.

B. P. : Answer the question on the overhead.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Same as Previously

B. P. :  What are the slopes or speeds of lines A – C?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to intrepret graphs of various styles.

B. P. Answer questions 1-3 below the graph on the next slide.

aily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe an object’s motion by looking at a graph.

B. P. :  Describe in words the motion of the ball for the graph your group is assigned.  Then have 1 person from your group  "act" out the motion of that ball.

    

January 13 - January 17
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:10 Minutes to work on mousecar lab. (Check 9-1) Start Ch. 9  Do notes on reference points, ISN pgs. 197-198.  P-H Presentation Express- take notes and Watch video clips. (wingsuit+VanDam+CaStream)
Get ready for the "Frames of Reference" online activity, demo and explain, set up ISN pgs. 199-200  to answer ?'s 1-33.
Use this animation to introduce or review frames of reference  (if you do this one more than once at home you will need to set up an account (it's free though)
This one is also good. (fun one)  (start at 4th minute)
Classwork:Link for Frames of Reference Activity
relative motion online activity. ISN pgs.199-200.  (Get a partner and share a laptop)

Add notes from another video clip on reference points + other notes (ISN pgs.201-204 )
Click here for a copy of the "Frames of Reference Questions"

Classwork:
Trade Notebooks, count and record points for Brain Primer Totals.  (Note, 1st B.P. of 2nd Semester will be #9 on 1/16. Turn in Cossey coupons for x/c and/or a cookie!
 Cont. w/ Frames of Reference activity.

Set up Skipping Lab Data Collection Table
ISN pgs.205-206 .
Put the above table in your ISN while you are waiting for your laptop to boot up.
Get the graphing review sheet.
Classwork:Check 9-2 .  Check/Correct Graphing Review Sheet.  Add notes to ISN pgs. 201-204.  Call it Graphing and Motion notes.  Also, set up Tuesday's lab. Set up Skipping Lab Data Collection Table
ISN pgs.205-206 .

Go to the Prentice-Hall active art graphing activity.  Type in the code cgp-6023 and do the dripping water activity.  Print screen when you are done and turn in. (due Thursday)
Classwork:Teacher Work Day
Homework:Read and Do 9-2, due Thursday
Homework:Read and Do 9-2, due Thursday
Click here for a copy of the Mousetrap Car Performance assessment practice worksheet
(This will help you be ready for the clicker quiz you must take the day the cars are due!)
Homework:Frames of Reference 1-33 will now be now be homework.  If you can't do it at home use the library or come to my room at lunch.  It will be due on Wednesday 1/22.
Do the graphing review sheet, due Thursday
Click here to get graphing review sheets
Click Here for help to use Excel to make your Skipping lab graph!  (for x/c)
click here to get some graph paper!
Homework:Frames of Reference 1-33 will now be now be homework.  If you can't do it at home use the library or come to my room at lunch.  It will be due on Wednesday 1/22

Dripping water graph work- due Thursday

Homework:Frames of Reference 1-33 will now be now be homework.  If you can't do it at home use the library or come to my room at lunch.  It will be due on Wednesday 1/22.
Dripping water graph work- due Thursday

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will describe how to wrap the string around the axle to make the moustrap car go the right direction.

B. P. : Which way should the volunteer wrap the string to make the car go forward?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe how frame of reference is related to relative motion.

B. P. :  Do problems 1-4 on the overhead

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to set up the x and y axis for a bar graph

B. P. Given the following data, make a bar graph.  In a hot pepper eating contest, Joe ate 5 peppers, Juanita ate 6 and Natasha ate 12.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to solve for speed, distance or time.

B.P. An ant is moving at 1 cm/s.  If the ant kept up this speed for 4 minutes, how far did she go?

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Daily Target/Brain Primer:

January 6 - January 10
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Notes on counting carbons.  Fill in handout as we go over the information.
Teams finish powerpoints if needed.
Ans. ?'s on Ch. 8 review sheets (pg.81,82,84,85,87 and 90).   Ans. in ISN pages 188-192. (due Thursday)
Classwork:Do the Scent Lab!
Finish Team powerpoints if needed.

 Ans. ?'s on Ch. 8 review sheets (pg.81,82,84,85,87 and 90).   Ans. in ISN pages 188-192. (due Thursday)
Classwork:Check 8-3 and 8-4.
Watch, P-H, "Carbon Chemistry", write 5 facts in ISN pgs 193-195.  Take notes on Polymer ppt. and Compounds in cells powerpoint.  Take notes on review overheads.  Demo how to make the ploymer slime!  (Use this handout to make some slime at home!)
Show team 8-2 powerpoints.(if time)
 Cont. to work on review items for test.

   Print a hard copy of powerpoints for your use on test.
Link for Period 1
Link for Period 2


Classwork:Do the Ch. 8 Organic Chemistry Test. Can use printed versions of team powerpoints as notes.  Can also use answers from review sheets as notes and your finished workbook sections.
Correct Ch. 8 Reveiw Sheets.      
Start reading 9-1.
Classwork:Correct Ch. 8 test. Introduce the Mousetrap Car Assignment.  Watch Tim and Moby on simple machines.  Start the mousetrap car lab.  Check 9-1. (did not have time, check on Monday)
Mouse Trap Car Rules and Scoring Rubric

Begin Mousetrap Car lab.  Go over car rules, grading and due date.  Fill out this sheet while you investigate a few cars.
Homework:8-3 and 8-4, due Wednesday

Use the "What to Study" list to help prepare for the Ch. 8 test.  Work on the Ch. 8 review sheets. (see above)  Do the Organic molecules on line activity for 10 points x/c.  Link to web site
Link to worksheet sheet. (fill in as you do the activities online)
If you have glue and Borax at home make a batch of this gooey polymer!
Homework:Use the "What to Study" list to help prepare for the Ch. 8 test.  Work on the Ch. 8 review sheets. (see above)  Do the Organic molecules on line activity for 10 points x/c.  Link to web site
Link to worksheet sheet. (fill in as you do the activities online)
If you have glue and Borax at home make a batch of this gooey polymer!
Homework:Review for test: Cont. to work on Ch. 8 Review sheets, do the online O-chem activity(for x/c), review the "what to study" list.  Correct your workbook answers
Ch. 8 workbook Ans. pg 1
Ch. 8 workbook Ans. pg 2
Ch. 8 workbook Ans. pg 3
Download Your Classes 8-2 powerpoints and print out a copy to use as notes on the test!
Homework:Read/Do 9-1, due Fri. Homework:Start thinking about what you will use to build your mousetrap car.
Mousetrap Cars are due 2/12
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain the meaning of the terms monomer and polymer.

B. P. :  Describe what the diagrams a and b are showing on the overhead.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain what isomers are.

B. P. : What is this overhead showing?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain the difference between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.

B. P. : Which molecule is saturated and which is unsaturated?  Explain how you know.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to name 3 types of carbon molecule backbones and also be able to name the 4 types of plymers found in living things.

B.P. : What are the 3 types of carbon molecule backbones and what are the 4 types of polymers found in living things?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will describe some ways they can use basic physics ideas and simple machines to build working mouse trap cars.

B. P. :  Name at least two simple machines used in mousetrap cars.



December 16 - December 20
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time. (see below)
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Finish 0-chem video w/?'s. Do notes on counting carbons.  Do the smell lab.  Demo the borax and glue polymer activity.
Work on powerpoints! Due Thursday. (If your team had time)
Classwork:Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Classwork:Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Classwork:8-2 team powerpoints are due in Captain's folder
Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Classwork:Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Check your workbook grade as of 12/19/2013 - Make up missing sections over break!! or work ahead to finish ch. 8.
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations! Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations! Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations! Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations! Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations!


December 9 - December 13
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Correct Test.      Video.
"Carbon the Element of Life" ans. ?'s in ISN pg.  179  Set up teams for Ch. 8 Section 2 powerpoints.  (Due 12/19) Rough team outlines should be in ISN pgs. 180-181.
Captain's be sure powerpoints are done and in your folder on the server by 12/19!
Classwork:Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time.Notes on Counting Carbons in Organic molecules.  Do the "Smell Lab".  Complete lab sheet.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN! pgs. 182-187.
Classwork:Check 8-1.
Nobel Presentations + Teams work on Organic Chemistry powerpoints (8-2) when time.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Classwork:Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Classwork:Nobel Presentations + Organic Chemistry lessons when time.
Get 3 -5 facts from each presentation into your Nobel Notes section in your ISN!
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-1, due Wed.
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-1, due Wed.
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Homework:Get Nobel Prize Ready
Read and Do 8-3 and 8-4 , due Tues. 1/7
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:   Target: Students will be able to name many of the classes of organic compounds found in living things.

B.P. Do 1-16 on the overhead.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to recall some of the key facts about ionic and covalent bonds.

B.P.: Read and Do 1 and 2 (pg50)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations! Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations! Daily Target/Brain Primer:Will be based on Nobel Prize Presentations!


December 2 - December 6
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Watch video.   Combine with B.P. - Review of  exo and endo reactions, use bite size chem site w/ animations.
Acid/Base/Litmus Paper notes ISN pgs. (172-173) 
Use power point and BBC bitesize chem site.
video on concentration of solutions. (honey and maple syrup)
Start Acids/Bases labs:Put lab data,drawings and answers in ISN pgs. 174-178
a)Tim and Moby,notes+ quiz 
b)acid and base definitions + chart pg. 277, 
c)Computer web site  ?'s
      Link to website
d) Acid/Base lab w/ cabbage juice, 
      Link for lab data table
e) Chemical detective lab
     Link for Chem Detective data table
Classwork:Cont. w/ lab stations/Start Acids/Bases labs:Put lab data,drawings and answers in ISN pgs. 174-178
a)Tim and Moby,notes+ quiz 
b)acid and base definitions + chart pg. 277, 
c)Computer web site  ?'s
      Link to website
d) Acid/Base lab w/ cabbage juice, 
      Link for lab data table
e) Chemical detective lab
     Link for Chem Detective data table
Work on Ch. 7, define the 21 terms in ISN pgs. 170-171

Click here to get help balancing chemical equations!

Classwork:A few minutes to finish Acid/Base Stations if needed.  Work on writing the 21 definitions for the Key Terms from Ch. 7. (put in ISN pgs. 170-171)   Get with a few partners and work on reviewing for the test using the Ch. 6 and 7 "What to Study" list.
Correct all your Ch. 6 Workbook Work:
Look at answers for Ch. 7 as well just to check your understanding.


Classwork:Ch. 7 21 Key Terms Due.
Super exciting and amazing chemical reactions demonstrations (outside for ventilation! With Jones and Pietryzk)
Bill Nye, "Chemical Reactions"
Review for Ch. 6 and 7 Test - Use the "What to Study" List to help you.

Classwork:Chapter 6 and 7 test
Check Acid/Base lab stations a - e in ISN pgs  174 - 178. (put notebooks on counter)
Start reading 8-1.  Do 8-1 in your workbook as well.

Homework:Ch. 7 terms.  Print out the ch. 6 and 7 "What to Study " list. Start reviewing. Homework:Ch. 7 terms.  Print out the ch. 6 and 7 "What to Study " list. Start reviewing. Homework:Read all of ch. 7 and do the 21 key terms in ISN pgs. 170 -171.  Due Thursday.
Homework:Review for Ch. 6 and 7 Test - Use the "What to Study" List to help you. Homework:Work on Nobel Prize Presentation. Read and Do 8-1 ,due Wednesday 12/11.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe factors that can effect the rate of chemical reactions.

B.P.  Can aluminum rust?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain acids and bases

B.P.   Read and Do 1 and 2 from the overhead.

Daily Target/Brain Primer: Target: Same as previous.

B.P. Read and do 1 and 2. + Facts about Carbon compounds (graphite vs. diamond)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will balance chemical equations and describe the factors that effect the rate of chemical reactions.

B.P. Name four factors that effect the rate of chemical reactions.  What do we call substances that can slow down the rate of chemical reactions?  Balance the equation and say what type of reaction it is.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will show what they have learned about chemical reactions, crystals, and acids and bases by doing well on the Ch. 6 and 7 Test.
B.P.Which of the following is the only sure evidence that a chemical reaction occured? A color change, the formation of a gas, changes in properties, or the production of one or more new substances?


November 25 - November 29
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Check 6-3
Demo: glow stick in ice water vs. hot water.  Show, "Fast Reactions" VHS, P-H.
Speed of Reactions Lab.  Put speed of reactions lab data and answers in ISN pgs168-169. . Use link to fill in the Sci. Method Review Chart (Cricket Chirps: use code: cgp 6012 ) Check Chembalancer Assignment.  Work on Ch. 7 key terms.  Start Reading Ch. 7.  You are to write definitions for all key terms from Ch. 7 in your notebook (21 terms) ISN pgs.170-171. (see them all listed in your book on page 282) Due 12/5

Check Chembalancer (both sides!)
Classwork:Go over speed of reactions lab data.  Watch video.  Ans. lab questions. Combine with B.P. - Review of  exo and endo reactions, use bite size chem site w/ animations.
Acid/Base/Litmus Paper notes ISN pgs. (172-173) 
Use power point and BBC bitesize chem site.
video on concentration of solutions. (honey and maple syrup)
Classwork:Happy Thanksgiving!!
Classwork:Happy Thanksgiving!! Classwork:Happy Thanksgiving!!
Homework:Ch. 7 terms.  Print out the ch. 6 and 7 "What to Study " list. Start reviewing.
Correct your Chembalancer Sheet
Homework:Ch. 7 terms.  Print out the ch. 6 and 7 "What to Study " list. Start reviewing.
Click here for a copy of the acid and base notes if you were absent or did not get them all.
Homework: Homework: Homework:
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to recognize and classify the 3 main types of chemical reactions.

B.P.  What are the 3 main types of chemical reactions?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain the importance of activation energy in chemical reactions. 

B.P.  Observe the overhead.  Which graph shows an exothermic reaction and which shows an endothermic reaction?  Answer ?’s 1 and 2.  Be ready to discuss #3.

Daily Target/Brain Primer: Daily Target/Brain Primer: Daily Target/Brain Primer:



November 18 - November 22
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Correct the Ch. 5 test. (if needed)  Check 6-1.  Pick your presentation date and times for the Nobel Prize Project. (random draw)   Start Notes on Chemical Notation and balancing equations.  ISN pgs. 160-162
Work on the "Counting Atoms" sheet. (time permitting)
Classwork:Check Nobel Prize expert paragraph.  
Conservation of mass lab (modified "It's a gas lab)
Classwork:Check 6-2.  Do the Chemical Reactions Lab.  (ans. on lab paper)
Finish coloring in the equation from the "Conservation of Mass" Lab. (Glue into ISN)
Work on the "Counting Atoms" sheet.(due Thursday)
Introduce the Endothermic/Exothermic lesson. (watch short P-H VHS clip)
Classwork:Check/Correct; Counting Atoms Sheet,Law of conservation of matter lab, and Chemical Reactions Lab.  (boot up laptops while we are doing this)  Do the Chembalancer Activity.  When done, work on backside of sheet.(due Monday)
Hints for Balancing Equations. 
ChemBalOne ChemBalTwo
Classwork:Copy and fill in the Endo/Exo notes sheet while we do the demos as a class (1 demo per 4 students)
   Notes on Types of Chemical Reactions. (ISN pgs.166-167) 

Do the Classification of Chemical Reactions Sheet.  (on back of "How to Balance Equations") 
Video clips of various chemical reactions. (if time) 
Homework:Nobel Prize expert paragraph due Tuesday
Read/Do 6-2, due Wednesday
Homework:6-2, due Wed.
Homework:Finish the Counting Atoms Sheet.
Homework:Work on Chembalancer Sheet (both sides if needed, due Monday)
Read/Do 6-3, due Monday
Homework:Work on Chembalancer Sheet (both sides if needed, due Monday)
Read/Do 6-3, due Monday
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will how to write and balance chemical equations.

B.P.  What compound is shown on the overhead?  What tyupe of bond does it have? How do you know? (p32) 

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will learn about the law of conservation of mass.

B.P.  James, Danielle, and Maria are having tea.  James places a cup of tea and a sugar cube on a balance and measures the total mass.  James says, "When I drop the sugar cube into the tea, the mass indicated on the balance will decrease." Danielle replies, "No it won't! The mass will stay the same."  Maria laughs and says, "you are both wrong.  The mass will increase."  With whom do you agree and why?

 Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will describe the difference between an open system and a closed system.

B.P.  1) list several example for evidence that a chemical reaction has ocurred.
2) In relation to a chemical reaction, what is the difference between a closed system and an open system.  In which is it harder to show the law of conservation of matter?Why?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to balance chemical equations.

B.P. Balance the equations below:
Al  +  O2  ------------>  Al2O3

Fe + O2 --------------->   Fe3O4

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain and give examples of both endothermic and exothermic reactions.

B.P. Give 1 ex. each of an endothermic reaction and an exothermic reaction.



  November 11 - November 15
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Holiday
Classwork:Check 5-2. Check Criss-Cross Sheet. Check on crystals. Cont.  w/ Gotta Know Notes on : polyatomic ions,chemical formulas,Naming ionic and covalent bonds,double and triple bonds, molecular compounds, polar bonds, metallic bonds and properties. Put in ISN pgs. 156-158.
Demonstrate the Conductivity Lab
Copy data table.  Fill in data table as wee collect data.  ISN pg. 159
If you missed the Gotta Know Notes get it here!
Work on these Review sheets.  They will be worth 5 points x/c each (both sides must be finished)
5-2 Review Sheets
5-3 Review Sheets
 
Classwork:Check 5-3.  Finish any notes still needed.  Go over lab if needed.  Work on missing work and or 5-2 and 5-3 review sheets.  Study for test.  Get with a friend and use the "What to Study" list to prepare and/or get on a computer and watch the ionic/covalent lessons linked below (Khan and PBS links)
5-2 review sheets key
5-3 review sheets key
Key for Criss-Cross Formulas sheet
Key for Bonding&ChemicalFormulasSheet (was not assigned, just use for review purposes)
Classwork:Check 5-4.  Take the Ch. 5 Test
Start on your 6-1 hw.      Nobel Prize expert paragraph due Tuesday
Classwork:In Service Day
Homework:Watch these Khan academy lessons on ionic and covalent bonds Homework:5-3 due Wed.  and Read and Do 5-4 , due Thursday
Study for Ch. 5 test.  Test is Thursday!
Do the x/c sheets if you have the above work done. Due Thursdday as well.
Work on these Review sheets.  They will be worth 5 points x/c each (both sides must be finished)
5-2 Review Sheets
5-3 Review Sheets

Homework:Read and Do 5-4 , due Thursday
Study for Ch. 5 test.  Test is Thursday!
Review Ionic and Covalent bonding by watching cool animations at PBS Learning
login=scossey@slcusd.org  pass= hobbes08
type in ionic bonds in search field watch the interactives on ionic and covalent bonds.
Study for test. Check your answers to the 
Ch. 5 workbook work. 
Homework:Read and Do 6-1, due Monday
Nobel Prize expert paragraph due Tuesday
Homework:
Daily Target/Brain Primer: Daily Target/Brain Primer:Students will describe how elements and the compounds they make up are unique.

B.P. Brain storm what we know about Hydrogen, Oxygen and Water. Then, complete the following:
     1) Although . . .
    2) Unless . . .
    3) If . . .
See link of possible answers

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain the difference betweena polar and a non-polar molecule.
B.P. Why do oil and water not mix?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain what an alloy is.
B.P.  What is an alloy?  Give an example.  Why do we use alloys?
Daily Target/Brain Primer:


November 4 - November 8
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Check/Correct the Lewis Dot Worksheet, side 1. Add the "Changing Atoms" graphic to notes
Start notes on Ionic and Covalent Bonds.  Put in ISN pgs. 151-154. (did not get to covalent notes)
Use White Boards to draw examples of chemical bonding w/ Lewis dot diagrams (did not get to use white boards yet)
Classwork:Check 5-1   Check/Correct Alien PT, check/correct Lewis Dot sheet side 2 (Ion Changes)
Check Nobel Prize references
Videos on ionic and covalent bonding
Make a Venn diagram comparing and contrasting ionic and covalent bonds
put in ISN pg. 155  
Do the Hydrogen Whistle Lab
Work on  the 5-1 Review Sheet (both sides)(due Friday)
Work on homework
Classwork:Check Nobel Prize references
Show how to do problems on back of H whistle lab- not due until Tuesday.
Videos on ionic and covalent bonding
Make a Venn diagram comparing and contrasting ionic and covalent bonds
put in ISN pg. 155 
Work on  the 5-1 Review Sheet (both sides)(due Friday)
Work on homework -(see below)
Classwork:Stamp 5-2        Crystals Day!!
Make crystals with crystals lab
Crystal Notes (ppt) (just add info. to handout as you deem necessary)
Make crystals.  (observe tues.)
NaClpic1
NaClpic2
Color crystal picture
Classwork:
Check 5-1 review sheets
Check "Who am I" worksheet on back of Alien P.T.
Check 5-2 (finish)
Start Gotta Know (for ch.5 test)Notes on : polyatomic ions,chemical formulas,Naming ionic and covalent bonds,double and triple bonds, molecular compounds, polar bonds, metallic bonds and properties. Put in ISN pgs. 156-158
We will check on our crystals on Tuesday!
Work on hw if any time remains. 
Homework:5-1 due Tues. and Alien PT due Tuesday.
Read this article on the reactivity of the alkali metals with water
Homework:Work on  the 5-1 Review Sheet (both sides)(due Friday)
Finish H whistle lab(if needed)
Read / Do 5-2 due Thursday
Do the "Who am I" worksheet on the back of your Alien Periodic table (green sheet)(due Friday)
Homework:Work on  the 5-1 Review Sheet (both sides)(due Friday)
Finish H whistle lab(if needed)
Work on backside of H whistle lab
 (Criss-Cross formulas) not due until Tuesday 11/12
Read / Do 5-2 due Thursday
Do the "Who am I" worksheet on the back of your Alien Periodic table (green sheet)(due Friday)
Homework:Work on the backside of the H whistle lab (Criss-Cross formulas) not due until Tuesday 11/13
Work on  the 5-1 Review Sheet (both sides)(due Friday)
Do the "Who am I" worksheet on the back of your Alien Periodic table (green sheet)(due Friday)
Read/Do 5-3,due Wednesday
Homework:Work on the Criss-Cross formulas sheet, due Tues.  Read/Do 5-3, due Wed.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain what an ion is.

B.P.  Draw a Lewis dot diagram of the Carbon tetrachloride molecule.  (CCl4)   What type of chemical bonds have you drawn?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Same as yesterday

B.P.  What is the difference between an ion and an isotope?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will know how to write chemical formulas

B.P.  Why do the alkali metals tend to form ionic bonds with the halogens so easily

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will explain what is the fundamental characteristic of crystals.

B.P.  Draw a Lewis dot diagram showing the bond formed between potassium and bromine.  What type of bond is this?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will be able to describe how crystals form.
B.P.  What doews this overhead show?  Write a few sentences about how this formed.  Then do Questions 1 and 2 below.

October 28 - November 1
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:  Check 4-5. Watch Bill Nye, "Greatest Discoveries:Chemistry".  If any time remains use it to finish Chemical Families Lab, + do crossword review on back! Due Tomorrow
& the 4 Atomic Structure lab stations. Also, due tomorrow.
Start studying for the Ch. 4 test on Thursday.
Classwork:Turn in the 4 Atomic Structure lab stations (the 3 handouts)
Turn in Chemical Families Lab, + do crossword review on back!.      Video, "Island of Stability."    Tim and Moby, "Radioactivity" Notes/Lesson on Radioactive Particles.  Fill in as we talk about them.  Do radioactive review worksheets.  Work on coloring in blank periodic table.  (finish for hw using link to table from 10/16.) 
Classwork:
Show your colored in periodic table!
Go over radioactivity worksheet. 
Do the periodic table chemical families puzzle
Do the Alien Periodic Table worksheet. (Save the backside for Chapter 5).
Use the "What to Study" list for the Ch. 4 test to get ready for the Ch. 4 test Thursday.
Work on the Radioactive Review sheets, ans. in ISN pgs. 146-147, finish for hw.
Classwork: Check ans. to radioactive review sheets.  Quick Review before test using ph online tutorials. 
Ch. 4 Test, "Elements and the Periodic Table"
If you finish the test early . . .
Finish the Alien PT
Finish any make up work you need to do.

Start on 5-1.  Read and Do  Due Tuesday

Classwork:Correct the Ch. 4 Test
Mythbusters "Fun with Gas" (did not get to)
Watch video clip: "Alkali Metals in Water: Accurate"
Start notes on Lewis Dot Diagrams, ISN
pgs. 148-150  
Start by copying in this concept map on Changing Atoms
Homework:
Finish the 4 Atomic Stuctures Lab Stations if needed, due Tues.   
Finish Chemical Families lab, including crossword on backside. Due Tuesday!
Use Ch. 4 "What to Study" list to get ready for test at the end of this week.
Follow these Nobel Prize Checkpoints to be sure you are keeping on track for your presentation.
Start studying for the Ch. 4 test on Thursday
Homework:Do Radioactive Review Sheet,on back of notes.
Read this article about making "new" elements!
Start studying for the Ch. 4 test on Thursday
Finish coloring in your blank periodic table, due tomorrow.
Homework:Use the "What to Study" list for the Ch. 4 test to get ready for the Ch. 4 test Thursday.
Ans. for Ch. 4 workbook
Try to do the Alien P.T.- not due until Tuesday, but try to do as much as you can! 
Do Radioactive Review sheets pg. 87 and pg. 93 (ISN pgs. 146-147) (due Thurs.)
(pages 87 and 93) 

AlienPTable              Radioactive1
AlienPTClues            Radioactive2

Homework:Read/Do 5-1 Due Tuesday.
Alien PT , due Tuesday
Radioactivity Review sheets for x/c due Tuesday as well.
Show me your 3 references for Nobel Prize Project on Monday!
Check answers for Radioactive Review sheets  pg.87 and pg. 93
Homework:
Finish the Lewis Dot worksheet, due Monday (Just do the 1st side)
Read/Do 5-1 Due Tuesday.
Alien PT , due Tuesday


Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to use the periodic table to identify elements in simple compounds.

B.P.  The number of valence electrons that the atoms of an element have determine . . .?

 
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Target:  Students will be able to use information from the periodic table to list facts about different elements.

*B.P.   Fill in the table on the next slide.


Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will describe some of the ways radiation is used in industry and medicine. 

B.P. What is radiation therapy?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how to use the periodic table to identify elements in simple compounds.

B.P. Read and Do 1 and 2
          (pg 38)


Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know how the location of an element on the periodic table helps to identify it's chemical properties.

B.P. In relation to the elements, what does the term "reactivity" refer to?



October 21 - October 25
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Nobel Prize Partner and Top 3 choices list is due!!
Color in blank periodic table- to show the different families
Tim and Moby, "The Periodic Table"
Classwork:Check 4-4
Start the Atomic Structure Stations Lab. 1. m&m model + At.Str.sheet#2
2. Yarn Model + "More Building. . ." sheet (both sides) 3. Crossword Puzzle on line challenge 4. Matter On-line + Family Scoop sheet
Color in blank periodic table whenever you have extra time in class.
Classwork:Watch a Nobel Prize Presentation from the past. Cont.  the Atomic Structure Stations Lab. 1. m&m model + At.Str.sheet#2
2. Yarn Model + "More Building. . ." sheet (both sides) 3. Crossword Puzzle on line challenge 4. Matter On-line + Family Scoop sheet
Finish coloring in your blank periodic table (use link from Monday to see sample table.)
Classwork:Elements Names/Symbols Quiz.
Do the Chemical Families Lab!  Finish all data, questions and the backside (wordsearch) (we will finish lab data collection Monday if needed)  Due Tuesday
Finish 4 stations if needed.(due Tuesday as well)

Bill Nye Video (later)
Classwork:Nobel Prize Project Research Your Topic in the Library Day!!
Homework:Read/Do 4-4, due Tuesday
Keep working on memorizing the element names and symbols from your "Elements You Should Know" list.  Quiz Thursday.
Put in web code cgp-1032 in the link below to use the Prentice Hall interactive periodic table.
http://www.phschool.com/
Homework:Read and Do 4-5, due Monday
Element names and symbols quiz Thursday, Study!!
Homework:Read and Do 4-5, due Monday
Element names and symbols quiz Thursday, Study!!
Finish all parts of the 4 stations atomic structure lab. (all Due Tuesday!
Here is a link to Prentice Hall so you can do the crossword at home!  Remember, time yourself! enter code: cgd - 2011
Go to Prentice Hall
Here is the link for Matter On-Line
Review for element names and symbols quiz

Finish coloring in your blank periodic table (use link from Monday to see sample table.)(do for hw if you have color pencils)
Homework:Read and Do 4-5, due Monday

Finish all parts of the 4 stations atomic structure lab. (all Due Tuesday!
Here is a link to Prentice Hall so you can do the crossword at home!  Remember, time yourself! enter code: cgd - 2011
Go to Prentice Hall
Here is the link for Matter On-Line
Homework:Read and Do 4-5, due Monday
Finish all parts of the 4 stations atomic structure lab. (all Due Tuesday!
Here is a link to Prentice Hall so you can do the crossword at home!  Remember, time yourself! enter code: cgd - 2011
Go to Prentice Hall
Here is the link for Matter On-Line
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will describe how Medeleev organized his priodic table.

B.P.  Why is the periodic table called periodic?
How is the arrangement of the modern periodic table different from the way Medeleev arranged his table?  (pgs. 132-133)
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:   Students will be able to describe some of the properties of the elements in the periodic table.

*B.P.    Which group of elements shares characteristics with both metals and nonmetals?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Same as yesterday

*B.P.    What are synthetic elements?  Why would it be hard to determine their properties?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:   Students will be able to define “valence electrons” and explain their importance in understanding the chemical properties of the elements.

*B.P.   What are valence electrons and what is their importance in relation to the properties of the elements?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Same as yesterday.

B.P.   How many valence electrons does group 1 have?  Group 17?  How do you think the # of valence electrons of these two groups effects how they relate to each other?


October 14 - October 18
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:
Correct the 3-3 Quiz
Tim and Moby, "Isotopes".
Electron and electron shells notes. ISN pgs. 142-143
Sing the Atoms family song.  Fill in the atoms family story sheet.
Work on what's due tomorrow if time
Classwork:Check Cornell Notes- 5 pts each!
Check Atomic math challenge and go over.
Explain Sponge day at the library - show note sheet
Watch examples of past top 10 Nobel Prize student presentations.
Finish
Electron and electron shells notes. ISN pgs. 142-143
Sing the Atoms family song.  Fill in the atoms family story sheet.
Pick up your construction paper for your element poster
Classwork:Show me the finished backside of the "elements to know" worksheet before we go to the library.
Nobel Prize Sponge day in the library
Pick up your construction paper for your element poster
Classwork:Flame Lab
Flame lab data table.
4-3 is due!
Work on make-up work
Watch P-H video on chemical reactions
(#1 on fireworks)
Pick up your construction paper for your element poster
Classwork:Turn in element posters
show your science in the news #2!
Elements and the Periodic Table video w/?'s  Ans. in ISN pg 144.
Work on any make up work you need to do. 
Homework:Do Cornell Notes for book pages 132,133,136,&137. Do in ISN pgs. 135-138.Due Tuesday!(10/15)
Atomic Math Challenge sheet due Tuesday
Element Poster, due 10/18
Memorize elements to know (names inc. spelling and symbols)(Quiz next week) 
Homework: Element Poster, due 10/18
Backside of "elements to know" sheet, due tomorrow.Read/Do 4-3 due Thursday
Work on Element Poster. Click here for a page of links to interactive periodic tables. Pick up your Colored Construction Paper  today ,Wed. or Thurs. and glue all your element information to it.
Click here for link to online flashcard site
Click here for a link to Khan Academy lesson on orbitals
Homework: Element Poster, due 10/18
Click here to get to the periodic table we are using to color in our blank periodic table.

Click here for a copy of the Blank Periodic table if you need one. 
Homework: Element Poster, due 10/18
Call your friends/Nobel Prize partners.  Fill out the top 3 topics list sheet. Turn this in on Monday!!  Also, Science in the News #2 is due tomorrow.
Read and Do 4-4 , due Tuesday
Click here for link to Khan Academy lesson on the periodic table.
Element names and symbols quiz next Thursday, Study!!
Homework:Call your friends/Nobel Prize partners.  Fill out the top 3 topics list sheet. Turn this in on Monday!!
Element names and symbols quiz next Thursday, Study!!
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe at least 5 cool facts about atoms.

B.P.   What is the main difference between Rutherford’s 1911 model of the atom and Bohr’s 1913 model of the atom?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will have a list of at least 10 ideas, including demonstrations, for the Nobel prize science project.  (by end of period on Wed.)

B.P.  Which of the following below is the correct symbol for Calcium?
A) CA  B) C  C) cal D) Ca

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain the origin of the Nobel Prize.

B.P.   Name and describe what the overhead is showing. (pg. 22)

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will explain how the colored light is given off when different compounds are heated.
Also , how this is related to fireworks?

B.P.   Read and Do 1 and 2. pg. 37.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe more facts about the periodic table.

B.P.   Draw a Bohr model of Lithium and of Lithium- 8.  Draw a Venn diagram of the two


October 7 - October 11
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Correct Intro. to Chem. Test
 
3-3 notes and demonstrations, put in ISN pgs.133-134 . Finish Bill Nye video.  Finish History of the Atom Study Guide.   Work on 3-3 in workbook.  Quiz on 3-3 Fri.
Classwork: Add graphs of Charles' law and Boyle's law to yesterday's notes.  Review concepts w/ overheads.
Hand out the element poster project sheet
Finish History of the Atom Study Guide ans.  (ISN pgs. 131-132) (due Wed.)
Check 3-3.
Start on Cornell Notes (see hw below)



Classwork:
Check/Correct History of the atom S.G.
Key page 1
Key page 2
Check/Correct Bill Nye worksheet
Nye Key 1   Nye Key 2
Go over element poster project
Introduction to Nobel Prize Project
Sponge Day in library next Wednesday
Start Atoms and the Periodic table Notes (ISN pgs. 139-141)
Classwork:Tim and Moby,  "Atomic Model".
Start Atoms and the Periodic table Notes (ISN pgs. 139-141)
(handouts, periodic table and elements you should know sheets)(backside due Monday)
Work on Atomic Math Challenge(due Tuesday)
Come up and draw your element for the element poster assignment.
Classwork:Quiz on 3-3
Tim and Moby, "Static Electricity"
Van de Graff Day!!
  (Demo:fun fly stick, pie pans,wigs/hair,static stations,charged circle activity.
Homework:Read and Do 3-3, due Tuesday.
History of the Atom ?'s due Wednesday .
Bill Nye worksheet due Wednesday
Check ans. to all the review work that was due on Fri.
pg43ans    pg473ans
LabORamaKey
Elements,Compounds,Mixtures web Revkey1
Elements,Compounds,Mixtures web Revkey2
Homework:Finish Atom Study Guide.  Finish Bill Nye Sheet. (both sides)
Do Cornell Notes for book pages 132,133,136,&137. Do in ISN pgs. 135-138.Due Tuesday!(10/15)
Homework:Do Cornell Notes for book pages 132,133,136,&137. Do in ISN pgs. 135-138.Due Tuesday!(10/15) Homework:Do Cornell Notes for book pages 132,133,136,&137. Do in ISN pgs. 135-138.Due Tuesday!(10/15)
Atomic Math Challenge sheet due Tuesday
Element Poster, due 10/18
Homework:Do Cornell Notes for book pages 132,133,136,&137. Do in ISN pgs. 135-138.Due Tuesday!(10/15)
Atomic Math Challenge sheet due Tuesday
Element Poster, due 10/18
Backside of "elements to know" worksheet, due Wednesday .
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will know the states of matter depend on molecular motion.

B.P.  Do the problems on the overhead. (1 and 2) pg. 34

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to describe the meaning of both Charle's law and Boyle's law.
B.P. Given a piston that starts with the the gas compressed to 0.25 liters and a pressure of 800 kPa, then goes to 0.5 liters and 400 kPa, then gotes to 1 liter and 200 kPa, predict what the pressure would be if we made the volume 2 liters.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to explain the ice on a wire demonstration.
B.P.:  Use what you know about the relationship between pressure and temperature to explain how the wire can end up in the middle of the ice cube.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will be able to name several facts about atoms.
B.P. Do 1 and 2 on the overhead.
      pg. 21
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain what causes lightning!

B.P.  Which sub-atomic particle is involved in creating static charges?


September 30 - October 4
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Finish the Mixtures Lab
if you finish your 1/2 early do the work below (staple llabs together and turn in)
Here is the correct order for the review sheets:
Answer ?'s from
review sheets pg.43 and 473. Then glue in the branching diagram notes, then do the web review sheet, then do the Lab 'O Rama review sheet.  Put all ans. and drawings in ISN pgs. 125-127 .

Classwork:Set up for Latent Heat Lab .  Notes, data table, etc.  Work on review sheets.  Add the Lab 'O Rama review sheet to the set.  (add to ISN pgs. 125-127)
Classwork:Latent Heat Lab.  Collect data from Latent heat lab.  Answer lab ?'s, discuss results.  Set up Graph paper. 

Classwork:Clicker Quiz on 3-1.
   Watch video.  Answer Video ?'s.
Watch Bill Nye, Phase Changes 
Bill Nye ?'s and backside sheet.
Work on any make up work or study for tomorrow's test or start 3-3.
Classwork:Check Latent Heat Lab/Graph/Questions
Introduction to Chemistry Test(do as a scantron) Bring a #2 pencil!

Read Quietly the History of the atom, pgs 124-130  ans. ?'s 1-9 in ISN pgs. 131-132

Copy of History of  the Atom ?'s

Homework:All review sheets due Wednesday. Including the following Lab 'O Rama review sheet. LabORama?'sQuiz on 3-1 this week. Homework:All review sheets due Wednesday. Including the following Lab 'O Rama review sheet. LabORama?'sQuiz on 3-1 this week.
Check ans. to mixtures labs
 Lab Sheet 1  Lab sheet 2  Lab sheet 3  Lab sheet 4
WebReviewsheet1
WebReveiwsheet2
Link to website
Homework:Latent Heat Lab due Friday

Study for 3-1 Quiz and study for Intro. to Chemistry test Friday
Link for what to study for Friday's test
Homework:Read and Do 3-3, due Tuesday.
 study for Intro. to Chemistry test Friday
Link for what to study for Friday's test
Homework:Read and Do 3-3, due Tuesday.
History of the Atom ?'s due Tuesday as well, you should have more time to work on it in class on Monday though.
Work on Bill Nye video worksheet, we'll finish the video Monday.  Worksheet due Wednesday.
Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Same as yesterday

B.P.  What is the difference between a homogeneous and a heterogeneous mixture?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe the states of matter and explain what happens during changes of state.

*B.P.  What is thermal energy?  Give an example of an endothermic change and an exothermic change.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to explain the difference between evaporation, condensation and sublimation.

B.P.  On which block do you think the ice will melt faster?  Explain the results of the demonstration.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target: Students will know the freezing point ond boiling of water in the metric system.

B.P.: Read and Do #1 and #2 on the overhead.

Daily Target/Brain Primer:  Students will be able to name the basic parts of an atom.

*B.P.  What are the 3 basic parts of an atom?


September 23 - September 27  

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
Classwork:Link for ppm lab
ppmlabsheet1
ppmlabsheet2
Use the water quality report copy to finish at home.
Classwork: Classwork:Go over Physical Properties lab
Mystery Powders lab
Do chemical vs. physical changes worksheet 1-10. Put  Ans. in ISN pgs. 122-123
Classwork:Turn in Mystery Powders Lab
 Finish Properties of Matter Video and go over ans. to video ?'s (see ISN pgs. 115-118)
Video clip on Mixtures + Tim and Moby on Mixtures, take notes in ISN pg. 124.
Finish
chemical vs. physical changes worksheet 1-10. Put  Ans. in ISN pgs. 122-123 (due Friday)
Do any make up or other homework you want
Classwork:Check Sci. in the News.
Check 3-1 and 3-2
Go over ans. for Chem or Phys. change 1-10
Start the Mixtures Lab (2 halves!)  if you finish your 1/2 early do the work below
Work on Web Review Worksheet,and review sheets pg.43 and 473.  Put ans. and drawings in ISN pgs. 154-156. Click below for copies of lab parts A and B.
Lab sheet 1 Lab sheet 2   Lab sheet 3
Lab sheet 4
Homework:Links you might need from earlier this year: Review the Process of Scientific Inquiry using the online active art activity.  type in web code: cgp-6012 (Print a screen shot of the completed activity to prove you did it)  Do the same for graphing, use the dripping water activity.  code: cgp-6023
Go to Prentice Hall
Homework:Read and Do 3-1 and 3-2 , due Friday
Homework:
Homework:Sci. in the News, due 9/28
Directions for Science in the News
"Farming in the Sky" sample article
Sci. in the News, sample assignment
Sci in the news due Fri. 
Mystery Powders lab due Thursday
Read and Do 3-1 and 3-2 , due Friday
Homework:Read and Do 3-1 and 3-2 , due Friday
Science in the News due Friday!
Homework:Start reviewing for the Intro. to Chemistry test next week.  Test will cover ch.1,2, and 3-1 and 3-2.  Use the "what to study" list to help you. Worksheets that go with the Elements,Compounds and Mixtures Lab parts (a and b) WebReviewsheet1
WebReveiwsheet2
pages 43 and 473,
Daily Target/Brain Primer:
Note for 2014-2015, Deb no longer does the "do all your work and don't have to take the family life test at the end of the year" thing.  In 2013 I only had 2 students who qualified- So take that out of the beginning of the year stuff!
Daily Target/Brain Primer: Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to recognize examples of physical and chemical changes.

*B.P. –  What is the law of conservation of matter?

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:Students will be able to identify examples of atoms, mixtures and pure substances.

*B.P.: Table sugar and table salt are examples of . . .
a)atoms b)elements c)mixtures d)pure substances

Daily Target/Brain Primer:Target:  Students will be able to describe some ways to separate mixtures.

B.P.  What is the difference between a compound and a mixture?  Give 2 examples of each.



So sorry, for some reason all the previous weeks disappeared.  I will try to add links for things you might still need.