"Bart's Place"

Welcome to Mr. Bartleson's

8th Grade Physical SCIENCE Class 

SPRING 2015

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Wednesday, March 25, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Finish Labs, "Rainbow" and "Can You Model the Burning of Methane"  DUE TODAY

2)  Continune working on "Chemical Reactions" packet (follow along with your text on pg. 346)


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Continue working on "Chemical Reactions" packet (follow along with your text on pg. 346)


Homework:  (none)

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Tuesday, March 24, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  Describe the difference between a subscript and a coeffiecient.

                           

Classwork:

1)  Finish "Combining Atoms and Molecules" DUE TODAY

2)  Begin reading pgs. 346-352 in your textbook and define the terms from pg. 346 into your notes.

3)  Begin working on "Chemical Reactions" packet (follow along with your text on pg. 346)


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Begin reading pgs. 346-352 in your textbook and define the terms from pg. 346 into your notes.

2)  Begin working on "Chemical Reactions" packet (follow along with your text on pg. 346)


Homework:  (none)

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Monday, March 23, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (Period 1 only) Identify as many errors in this "chemical equation" as you can:

2Ch  +  1H2O  <---   Na3Cl  -  oKZ

                           

Classwork:

1)  Lab "Rainbow Lab"

2)  Lab, "Can You Model the Burning of Methane?"

** Periods 1 and 3 get Wednesday to finish their labs **


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1) Finish movie "Day After Tomorrow"


Homework:  (none)

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Friday, March 20, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (Periods 2 and 3 only) Identify as many errors in this "chemical equation" as you can:

2Ch  +  1H2O  <---   Na3Cl  -  oKZ

                           

Classwork:

1)  Lab "Rainbow Lab"

2)  Lab, "Can You Model the Burning of Methane?"

3)  Talent Show in Auditorium (period 1 only)



Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    Match the chemical with the appropriate compound or metal:

KBr                            covalent compound

Ag                              ionic compound

CO2                           metal



Classwork:

1) Finish workbook pgs. 55-57 and turn in (DUE TODAY)


Homework:  (none)

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Thursday, March 19, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Notes on "Chemical Equations"

2)  Lab "Rainbow Lab"

3)  Lab, "Can You Model the Burning of Methane?"



Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1) Review answers to homework from Standards Check (pg. 228)       

2) Continue working on workbooks pgs. 55-57


Homework:  (none)

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Wednesday, March 18, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Review homework answers from Standards Check pg. 228

2)  Reading and Lecture notes on "Metallic Bonding" (Period 3 only)

3)  Begin work on chemical bonding packet (classwork)



Homework:  Answers to Standards Check #1-10 pg. 228 Period 3 only (DUE TOMORROW)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    Name 3 properties of metals that are related to how their atoms are bonded together.



Classwork:

1) Continue writing essay in class with "Atomic Energy: Good and Bad"  arguing for or against the use of atomic energy           

(DUE TOMORROW)

2) Finish reading and Lecture notes on "Metallic Bonding" 


Homework:  Essay due Tomorrow

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Tuesday, March 17, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Continue writing essay with "Atomic Energy: Good and Bad"  arguing for or against the use of atomic energy           

(DUE THURSDAY)

2)  Reading and Lecture notes on "Metallic Bonding" (Periods 1 and 2 only)

3)  Reading and Lecture notes on "Covalent Bonding" (Period 3 only)


Homework:  Answers to Standards Check #1-10 pg. 228 Period 3 only (DUE THURSDAY)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Continue writing essay with "Atomic Energy: Good and Bad"  arguing for or against the use of atomic energy           

(DUE THURSDAY)

2)  Reading and Lecture notes on "Metallic Bonding" 


Homework:  Essay due Thursday

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1



Monday, March 16, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  How are chemical reactions and nuclear decay (radioactivity) different from each other?

                           

Classwork:

1)  Continue with "Atomic Energy: Good and Bad" (Highlight benefits and problems with different colors)  Begin writing an essay (one page) arguing for or against the use of atomic energy           

(DUE THURSDAY)


Homework:  Essay due Thursday


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING (IONIC, COVALENT, AND METALLIC) CHAPTER 5; LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    How are chemical reactions and nuclear decay (radioactivity) different from each other?



Classwork:

1)  Continue with "Atomic Energy: Good and Bad" (Highlight benefits and problems with different colors)  Begin writing an essay (one page) arguing for or against the use of atomic energy   


Homework:  Essay due Thursday

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)



Friday, March 13, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  Describe one benefit of atomic energy use and one problem.

                           

Classwork:

1)  Balloon Car Racing Championship

2)  Pat a Mat video on problem solving


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    Describe one benefit of atomic energy use and one problem.



Classwork:

1)  Balloon Car Racing Championship

2)  Pat a Mat video on problem solving


Homework(none)

     

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)



Thursday, March 12, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Atomic Energy: The Good and Bad - Determining structure of the text


Homework:  (none)


               !!TONIGHT IS OPEN HOUSE!!

HERE ARE THE TIMES YOU  NEED TO SHOW UP TO RM. 406 FOR EXTRA CREDIT:

PERIOD 1:   5:00PM - 5:20PM

PERIOD 2:   5:25PM - 5:45PM

PERIOD 3:   5:50PM - 6:10PM

PERIOD 5:   6:15PM - 6:35PM

PERIOD 6:   6:40PM - 7:00PM 

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Atomic Energy: The Good and Bad - Determining structure of the text


Homework(none)

     

          !!TONIGHT IS OPEN HOUSE!!

HERE ARE THE TIMES YOU  NEED TO SHOW UP TO RM. 406 FOR EXTRA CREDIT:

PERIOD 1:   5:00PM - 5:20PM

PERIOD 2:   5:25PM - 5:45PM

PERIOD 3:   5:50PM - 6:10PM

PERIOD 5:   6:15PM - 6:35PM

PERIOD 6:   6:40PM - 7:00PM 


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)



Wednesday, March 11, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  What does it mean for an element to be radioactive?  What will it do?

                           

Classwork:

1)  Science Project Check-In


Homework:  (none)


               !!TOMORROW NIGHT IS OPEN HOUSE!!

HERE ARE THE TIMES YOU  NEED TO SHOW UP TO RM. 406 FOR EXTRA CREDIT:

PERIOD 1:   5:00PM - 5:20PM

PERIOD 2:   5:25PM - 5:45PM

PERIOD 3:   5:50PM - 6:10PM

PERIOD 5:   6:15PM - 6:35PM

PERIOD 6:   6:40PM - 7:00PM 

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    What does it mean for an element to be radioactive?  What will it do?



Classwork:

1)  Science Project Check-In


Homework(none)

     

          !!TOMORROW NIGHT IS OPEN HOUSE!!

HERE ARE THE TIMES YOU  NEED TO SHOW UP TO RM. 406 FOR EXTRA CREDIT:

PERIOD 1:   5:00PM - 5:20PM

PERIOD 2:   5:25PM - 5:45PM

PERIOD 3:   5:50PM - 6:10PM

PERIOD 5:   6:15PM - 6:35PM

PERIOD 6:   6:40PM - 7:00PM 

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)



Tuesday, March 10, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Video on radioactivity and atomic energy

2)  Close read on "Atomic Energy: Good and Bad"


Homework:  (none)


               !!SCIENCE PROJECTS DUE TOMORROW!!


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED ISOTOPES AND RADIOACTIVITY IN CHAPTER 4(PGS. 197-198; 206, 207) AND CHAPTER 7(PGS. 301-306)


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Video on radioactivity and atomic energy

2)  Close read on "Atomic Energy: Good and Bad"


Homework(none)

     

          !!SCIENCE PROJECTS DUE TOMORROW!!


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO IDENTIFYING CHEMICALS BY THEIR CHEMICAL PROPERTY OF FLAME COLOR



Monday, March 9, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  3Ca2SO4    How many of each atom are there?  Name the 3 parts of this chemical formula.

                           

Classwork:

1)  Science Project Research   

2)  Notes on Light energy and color


Homework:  (none)


               !!SCIENCE PROJECTS DUE THIS WEDNESDAY!!


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    3Ca2SO4    How many of each atom are there?  Name the 3 parts of this chemical formula.



Classwork:

1)  Work on Science Projects

2)  Organizing text structure


Homework: Read pgs. 226-228, answer standards check #1-6, 8 on pg. 228  DUE TOMORROW

     

          !!SCIENCE PROJECTS DUE THIS WEDNESDAY!!


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO IDENTIFYING CHEMICALS BY THEIR CHEMICAL PROPERTY OF FLAME COLOR



Friday, March 6, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  How is the analogy of holding hands in Figure #9 on pg. 227 similar to actual atomic single and double bonds?  How is it not?

                           

Classwork:

1)  Science Project Research   

2) "Radium Girls" story questions and math problems) DUE TODAY

3)  Analysis Questions answered for Mini Lab, "Flame Test" DUE TODAY


Homework:  (none)


               !!SCIENCE PROJECTS DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY!!

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6


Journal:    3NH3

- How many atoms total are there?
- How many elements are there and number of their atoms?

Classwork:

1)  Workbook pgs. 50-54 (use chapter 5, Lesson 1 for guidance) DUE TODAY (Period 5 only)

2)  Work on Science Projects


Homework: Read pgs. 226-228, answer standards check #1-6, 8 on pg. 228  DUE NEXT TUESDAY

     

          !!SCIENCE PROJECTS DUE NEXT WEDNESDAY!!

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO IDENTIFYING CHEMICALS BY THEIR CHEMICAL PROPERTY OF FLAME COLOR



Thursday, March 5, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Library work (1.  Science Project Research   2. "Radium Girls" story questions and math problems)


Homework:  (periods 1 and 2 only)

Read pgs. 226 - 228 and answers to Reading Checks #1-8, pg. 228  DUE FRIDAY


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    Covalent compounds form by __________ their electrons.


Classwork:

1)  Compounds, molecules, and chemical formulas - lecture notes


Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO IDENTIFYING CHEMICALS BY THEIR CHEMICAL PROPERTY OF FLAME COLOR



Wednesday, March 4, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (Periods 1 and 2 only)  What type of bond (and compound) would each of these sets of elements form?

Mg, F         C, O         K, I          Sr, Cl         P, S, H

                           

Classwork:

1)  Mini Lab - "Flame Tests" (Finish)

2)  "Radium Girls" Packet w/questions and problems

3)  Science Project Work Day (Periods 2 and 3 only)


Homework:  (periods 1 and 2 only)

Read pgs. 226 - 228 and answers to Reading Checks #1-8, pg. 228  DUE FRIDAY


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    Draw a Bohr atomic model of Beryllium


Classwork:

1)  Chemical Bonding (covalent compounds) - lecture notes

2)  Videos on chemical bonding and "Hunt for the Elements"


Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING CHAPTER 5, LESSON 1




Tuesday, March 3, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  (none)

                           

Classwork:

1)  Mini Lab - "Flame Tests"

2)  "Radium Girls" Packet w/questions and problems


Homework:  

(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    What are a couple good reasons for metals and nonmetals to come together and form an ionic compound?


Classwork:

1)  Chemical Bonding (covalent compounds) - lecture notes

2)  Work Day for Science Project


Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING CHAPTER 5, LESSON 1




Monday, March 2, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  Draw and connect the correct number of atoms for each element according to this formula:                 3H2PO4     Total number of atoms =

                           

Classwork:

1)  Periodic Table Crossword Puzzle (Period 3 only)

2)  Ionic and Covalent Bonds/Compounds - Lecture notes (Periods 1 and 2 only)

3)  Chemical Formulas and Ionic Bonds/Compounds - Lecture notes (Period 3 only)

4)  Peer grading of "Thinking Maps on Elements" - turn in for a grade


Homework:  

1)  Finish Periodic Table Crossword Puzzle (Period 3 only)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1


Periods 5 and 6

Journal:    Draw a Bohr atomic model of Aluminum


Classwork:

1)  Chemical Bonding and Bohr Atomic Models - lecture notes

2)  Periodic Table crossword puzzle


HomeworkPeriodic Table crossword puzzle - DUE TOMORROW


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING CHAPTER 5, LESSON 1




Friday, February 27, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  Give the number of atoms of each type of element:  4KNO3

                           

Classwork:

1)  Periodic Table Crossword Puzzle (Periods 1 and 2 only)

2)  Chemical Formulas - Lecture notes (Period 3 only)

2)  Science Project work time


FEBRUARY JOURNALS DUE TODAY!


Homework:  

1)  Finish Periodic Table Crossword Puzzle (Periods 1 and 2 only)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)  Exam #1

2)  Thinking Map on Metals vs. Nonmetals


Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Exam #1

2)  Science Project work day


FEBRUARY JOURNALS DUE TODAY!


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 TOMORROW !!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING CHAPTER 5, LESSON 1




Thursday, February 26, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  Explain the reason and process for sodium chloride (salt) forming.


Classwork:

1)  Thinking Map on Elements


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    Describe a few uses for metals and defend those uses with properties they possess.


Classwork:

1)  Practice Exam (The Periodic Table, The Atom, Physical/Chemical properties and their changes


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 TOMORROW !!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

Answers to Practice Test

1. Families or Groups

2. Compound

3. a salt

4. Lithium

5. two

6. False

7. Copper (Cu)

8. The outermost level

9. Period 5, Group 11

10. Halogen Family

11. False

12. proton

13. 83

14. Change in color, new substance formed, gas bubbles produced, can't reverse the process

15. Protons, neutron, electron

16. Electron

17. By similar properties

18. six

19 Tungsten because it has a larger atomic mass number

20. By increasing atomic number

21. How many energy levels it has

22. Bromine

23. Alkali Family

24. Reactivity, combustibility, flammability

25. Atom

26. Color, density, mass, shape, texture, volume, melting/boiling point...

27. A simple substance composed of only one type of atom

28. Black, solid, dull in appearance, conducts electricity

29. Electron

30. 40, Zirconium

31. 84

32. transition metals

33. Noble Gases

34. Metals, Metalloids, Nonmetals

35. High luster, high density,  high melting and boiling points, ductile, hard

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   Describe a few uses for metals and defend those uses with properties they possess.
 


Classwork:

1)  Practice Exam (The Periodic Table, The Atom, Physical/Chemical properties and their changes


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 TOMORROW !!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING CHAPTER 5, LESSON 1




Wednesday, February 25, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:  Design a Bohr Atomic Model of Aluminum


Classwork:

1)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)

2)  Reading and Lecture Notes on "Chemical Bonding" (Periods 1 and 2 only)

3)  Lecture notes on "Bohr Atomic Models" (Period 3 only)


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    From the video in class, which families of elements are most reactive and why?


Classwork:

1)  Notes and discussion on Element Families and their properties

2)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   Based on the video, which families of elements are the most reactive and why?
 


Classwork:

1)  Notes and discussion on Element Families and their properties

2)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)

3)  Continue with video, "Hunting the Elements"


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHEMICAL BONDING CHAPTER 5, LESSON 1




Tuesday, February 24, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Lecture notes on "Bohr Atomic Models" (Periods 1 and 2 only)

2)  Continue with video, "Hunting the Elements" (Periods 1 and 2 only)

3)  Science Jeopardy game (Period 3 only)


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)  Continue with video, "Hunting the Elements"

2)  Thinking Map on Metals vs. Nonmetals

3)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Continue with video, "Hunting the Elements"

2)  Thinking Map on Metals vs. Nonmetals

3)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Monday, February 23, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Science Jeopardy game 

2)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)  Review answers to Bart's Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt  

2)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Review answers to Bart's Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt (DUE TODAY) 

2)  Discuss 8th grade Science Project for Open House (March 12)


Homework: (none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Friday, February 20, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Exam #1 (Periods 1 and 2)

2)  Practice Exam (Period 3)


Homework:  (none)


!!EXAM 1 FOR PERIOD 3 MONDAY!!

THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)  Bart's Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt  DUE TODAY


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Bart's Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt 


Homework

1)  Finish the Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt DUE MONDAY


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Thursday, February 19, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Practice Exam on the Atom, Periodic Table, Properties and Changes


Homework:  (none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)   Finish Element Research Activity and turn in.  (DUE TODAY)

2)  Bart's Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Finish Element Research Activity and turn in. (DUE TODAY)


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Wednesday, February 18, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Review results of Element Research Activity DUE TODAY- Period 3

    -  Identifying metals, nonmetals, and metalloids (semimetals) by comparing and contrasting their              properties.

2)  "Hunting the Elements" video


Homework:  (none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)   Continue with Element Research Activity


HomeworkComplete the last page of the Element Research Activity:  Describe the general characteristics of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids based on your observations and research of the elements.  (DUE TOMORROW)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Continue with Element Research Activity


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Tuesday, February 17, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   How does the periodic table show that electrons, not protons, determine the chemical properties of an element?


Classwork:

1)  Review results of Element Research Activity DUE TODAY- Period 3

    -  Identifying metals, nonmetals, and metalloids (semimetals) by comparing and contrasting their              properties.

2)  "Hunting the Elements" video


Homework:  (none)


!!EXAM 1 THIS FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    So far, what have you noticed are properties common to all or most metals? To nonmetals?


Classwork:

1)   Continue with Element Research Activity


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   So far, what have you noticed are properties common to all or most metals? To nonmetals?
 


Classwork:

1)  Continue with Element Research Activity


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Friday, February 13, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  Review results of Element Research Activity DUE TODAY- Periods 1 and 2

    -  Identifying metals, nonmetals, and metalloids (semimetals) by comparing and contrasting their properties.

2)  "Hunting the Elements" video


Homework:  Period 3:  Finish last page of your "Element Research" packet.  Come up with 

general characteristics you find to be common to MOST of the metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.


!!EXAM 1 NEXT FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)   "Day after tomorrow" movie (effects of climate change on global temps)


Homework: (none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:    (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  "Day after tomorrow" movie (effects of climate change on global temps)


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT FRIDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE:

- THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3)(CHAPTER 8, LESSON 1)

- THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Thursday, February 12, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   Name the only solid nonmetal with 5 valence electrons.  Name its family.



Classwork:

1)  Continue with Element Research Activity

    -  Identifying metals, nonmetals, and metalloids (semimetals) by comparing and contrasting their properties.


Homework:  Periods 1 and 2:  Finish last page of your "Element Research" packet.  Come up with 

general characteristics you find to be common to MOST of the metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3), THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)

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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    Name the only solid nonmetal with 5 valence electrons.  Name its family.


Classwork:

1)  Continue with Element Research Activity


HomeworkPersonal Letter on Physical and Chemical Changes  DUE TOMORROW

You must use at least six of the following terms in your paper:

- identify                        - texture                                  - decay

- properties                    - permanent color change     - rusted

- dissolved                     - chemical reaction                - substance

- luster                           - phase (or state of matter)    - reduce


  !!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3), THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)                         


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:    Name the only solid nonmetal with 5 valence electrons.  Name its family.
 


Classwork:

1)  Start the Element Research Activity


Homework(none)


!!EXAM 1 NEXT THURSDAY!!  THE FOCUS OF THE EXAM WILL BE THE PERIODIC TABLE AND PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND CHANGES (CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 AND 3), THE ATOM (CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1 - pgs. 174-177)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Wednesday, February 11, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  Continue with the element research activity


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    (none)


Classwork:

1)  Continue with Element Research Activity


HomeworkPersonal Letter on Physical and Chemical Changes  DUE FRIDAY

You must use at least six of the following terms in your paper:

- identify                        - texture                                  - decay

- properties                    - permanent color change     - rusted

- dissolved                     - chemical reaction                - substance

- luster                           - phase (or state of matter)    - reduce

                            


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Continue with Note-taking Guide 402

2)  Start the Element Research Activity


Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Tuesday, February 10, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   List 5 facts about the element with 2 fewer energy levels than Astatine (At)



Classwork:

1)  Continue with the element research activity


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    List 4 facts about the element Bromine (Br)

Classwork:

1)  Review energy levels and valence electrons

2)  Element Research Activity


HomeworkPersonal Letter on Physical and Chemical Changes  DUE THURSDAY


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)
 


Classwork:

1)  Notes on energy levels and valence electrons

2)  Continue with Note-taking Guide 402

  

Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Monday, February 9, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   Why would group #1 elements combine easily with group #17 elements?



Classwork:

1)  Element research activity


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    Name the element and its class that's in period 5 and Group 15.


Classwork:

1)  Finish Note-taking Guide 402 and turn in

2)  Personal Letter on Physical and Chemical Changes


Homework: Personal Letter on Physical and Chemical Changes  DUE THURSDAY


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   Name the element and its class that's in period 5 and Group 15.
 


Classwork:

1)  Note-taking Guide 402

  

Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Friday, February 6, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   Why is water (H2O) not an element but a compound?



Classwork:

1)  Finish Note-taking guide 402 on the Periodic Table and turn in.


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:    What are the three classes (types) of elements and where are they generally located on the per. table? 


Classwork:

1)  Class discussion on expectations


Homework: (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   What are the three classes (types) of elements and where are they generally located on the per. table?  
 


Classwork:

1)  Class discussion on expectations

  

Homework: (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Thursday, February 5, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   Give the valence number, number of energy levels, and state of matter for Gallium (atomic #31)



Classwork:

1)  Write a personal letter to friend regarding physical and chemical changes.

2)  Continue with Note-taking guide 402 on the Periodic Table if time allows


Homework:  Read pgs. 290-299 and give complete answers to "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 299

DUE TOMORROW


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:   Give the valence number, number of energy levels, and state of matter of Gallium (atomic #31) 


Classwork:


1)  Work on Double-Bubble Map of physical vs. chemical changes


HomeworkRead pgs. 290-299 and give complete answers to "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 299

DUE TOMORROW


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:     


Classwork:

1)  Continue working out of Science Notebooks, pgs. 67-70

2)  Work on Double-Bubble Map of physical vs. chemical changes

  

HomeworkRead pgs. 290-299 and give complete answers to "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 299

DUE TOMORROW


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Wednesday, February 4, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   In which period and group does a metal with one valence electron and very high mass, fit?



Classwork:

1)  Continue and Finish Note-taking guide 402 on the Periodic Table (Periods 1and 2)

2)  Notes on "Valence electrons" and "Energy levels of an atom" (Period 3)

3)  Begin Note-taking guide 402 on the Periodic Table (Period 3)


Homework:  Read pgs. 290-299 and give complete answers to "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 299

DUE FRIDAY


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:   How are elements arranged on a Periodic Table?   


Classwork:


1)  Notes on "Valence electrons" and "Energy levels of an atom"

2)  Continue and finish with Note-taking guide 402 on the Periodic Table


HomeworkRead pgs. 290-299 and give complete answers to "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 299

DUE FRIDAY


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:    How are elements arranged on a Periodic Table? 


Classwork:

1)  Continue working out of Science Notebooks, pgs. 67-70

  

HomeworkRead pgs. 290-299 and give complete answers to "Standards Check" #1-10, pg. 299

DUE FRIDAY


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Tuesday, February 3, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  Physical and Chemical Changes in the Real world - continue with a circle map on "Chemical                changes"

2)  Begin Note-taking guide 402 on the Periodic Table


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:   (none)   


Classwork:


1)  Continue with "Physical and Chemical Changes in the real world" Circle Map on the term,                      "Chemical Changes"

2)  Begin Note-taking guide 402 on the Periodic Table



Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Continue with "Physical and Chemical Changes in the real world" Circle Map on the term,                      "Chemical Changes"

2)  Begin working out of Science Notebooks, pgs. 67-70

  

Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Friday, January 30, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  Pop Quiz on properties, changes and the atom

2)  Continue with "Physical and Chemical Changes in the real world" - narrative reading


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:   (none)   


Classwork:


1)  Pop Quiz on properties, changes and the atom

2)  Continue with "Physical and Chemical Changes in the real world" - narrative reading



Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Pop Quiz on properties, changes and the atom

2)  Continue with "Physical and Chemical Changes in the real world" - narrative reading

  

Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Thursday, January 29, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  Physical and Chemical Changes in the Real World - Narrative reading


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:   (none)   


Classwork:


1)  Physical and Chemical Changes in the Real World - Narrative reading


Homework(none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:   (none)


Classwork:

1)  Physical and Chemical Changes in the Real World - Narrative reading 

  

Homework: (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1




Wednesday, January 28, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   What class of element is the one with 24 protons and in period 4?



Classwork:

1)  Finish Periodic Table Activity - DUE TODAY


Homework:  Read pgs. 294-299 in your textbooks at home 


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 5

Journal:   How many protons does Titanium (Ti) have in its nucleus?  What is the atomic number of Carbon                 (C)?


Classwork:


1)  Finish coloring periodic tables with a key.

2)  Begin Periodic Table activity


Homework: Read pgs. 294-299 in your textbooks at home


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO ELEMENTS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE IN CHAPTER 4, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 7, LESSON 1

Period 6

Journal:    How many protons does Titanium (Ti) have in its nucleus?  What is the atomic number of                             Carbon (C)?



Classwork:

1)  Finish coloring periodic tables with a key.

2)  Finish reading w/notes pgs. 290, 291

3)  Begin Periodic Table Activity

   

Homework

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE TOMORROW -  On a separate sheet of paper, for each of the assigned descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 and 3 AND CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1


Tuesday, January 27, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   In what two ways are elements organized on the periodic table?



Classwork:

1)  Review homework and turn in.

2)  Periodic Table Activity


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSONS 1 and 3

Period 5

Journal:   In what ways is the structure of the atom like that of our Solar System?


Classwork:


1)  Continue with reading and note-taking on "Elements and their atoms"


Homework

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE TOMORROW -  On a seperate sheet of paper, for each of the assigned descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 6

Journal:    Describe two examples of a physical change and two of chemical changes.



Classwork:

1)  Finish videos on "The Atom" along with notes.

2)  Periodic Table Coloring Activity

   

Homework

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE THURSDAY -  On a seperate sheet of paper, for each of the assigned descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1


Monday, January 26, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   Name the element found in period #3 and that has 15 protons in its nucleus.  What other element would have similar properties?



Classwork:

1)  Periodic Table Activity


Homework:  

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE TOMORROW -  On a seperate sheet of paper, for each of the 47 descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 5

Journal:   Describe two examples of a physical change and two of chemical changes.


Classwork:


1)  Continue with reading and note-taking on "Elements and their atoms"


Homework

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE TUESDAY -  On a seperate sheet of paper, for each of the assigned descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 6

Journal:    Describe two examples of a physical change and two of chemical changes.



Classwork:

1)  Finish videos on "The Atom" along with notes.

   

Homework

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE THURSDAY -  On a seperate sheet of paper, for each of the assigned descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1


Friday, January 23, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   In what ways can you argue the structure of the atom is similar to that of our Solar System?



Classwork:

1)  Finish TIPS note-taking on "Elements and the atoms that represent them"

2)  Periodic  Coloring Activity


Homework:  

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE TUESDAY -  On a seperate sheet of paper, for each of the 47 descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 5

Journal:   Would baking a cake represent a physical or chemical change?  Explain. 


Classwork:


1)  Finish Videos, Discussion and notes on, "What's an atom got to do with it?"


Homework

1)  Properties and Changes Worksheet DUE TUESDAY -  On a seperate sheet of paper, for each of the 47 descriptions, write down:

A.  Whether it is a physical property (PP), physical change (PC), chemical property (CP), or chemical change (CC)

B.  Brief reason for your answer (what the property is or what is actually changing (property or identity for example)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Finish "Note-taking video guide 201" on physical and chemical properties and their changes"                 Due Today.

2)  Begin discussion and notes on "The Atom"

   

Homework(none)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1


Thursday, January 22, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  TIPS note-taking on "Elements and the atoms that represent them"


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 5

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:


1)  Videos, Discussion and notes on, "What's an atom got to do with it?"

  

Homework: (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Begin "Note-taking video guide 201" on physical and chemical properties                    and their changes" 

   

Homework: (none)



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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3 AND CHAPTER 4, LESSON 1


Wednesday, January 21, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   How are atoms and properties of matter related?  Describe the structure of a typical atom?



Classwork:

1)  Finish videos on "The Atom" and continue with discussion and notes.


Homework:  (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 5

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:


1)  Finish reviewing group collaboration on answering Standards Checks pg. 318, #1-8,10.  DUE               TODAY

2)  Continue and finish "Note-taking video guide 201" on physical properties and chemical                         properties and their changes.  DUE TODAY

3)  Class demonstrations of physical and chemical changes.  Discussion and notes.


Homework: (none)


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TODAY WE ARE LEARNING CONCEPTS RELATED TO PROPERTIES AND CHANGES IN  MATTER FOUND IN CHAPTER 7, LESSON 3

Period 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Finish reviewing group collaboration on answering Standards Checks pg. 318, #1-8,10.                        DUE TODAY

2)  Begin Class demonstrations of physical and chemical changes.  Discussion and notes.  

   

Homework: (none)



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Tuesday, January 20, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   What physical change and what chemical change could you make to a block of wood?



Classwork:

1)  Continue with "Note-taking video guide 201" on physical properties and chemical properties and their changes.      Due today.

2)  Discussion and notes on, "What's an atom got to do with it" 


Homework:  (none)


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Period 5

Journal:    How is burning firewood a chemical change and NOT a physical change?



Classwork:


1)  Finish worksheets from "Science Notebook" pgs. 74-76  DUE TODAY

2)  Finish group collaboration on answering Standards Checks pg. 318, #1-8,10.  Review answers together.                  DUE TODAY

3)  Begin "Note-taking video guide 201" on physical properties and chemical properties and their changes. 


Homework: (none)


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Period 6

Journal:    How is burning firewood a chemical change and NOT a physical change?



Classwork:

1)  Begin group collaboration on answering Standards Checks pg. 318, #1-8,10.  Review answers together.                     DUE TOMORROW 


Homework

Worksheets from "Science Notebook" pgs. 74-76  DUE TOMORROW


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Friday, January 16, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   Describe a few physical changes you could make to a snickers chocolate bar



Classwork:

1)  Demonstrations and notes on physical changes, physical properties, chemical changes and chemical                     properties

2)  Video note-taking sheet "Note-taking Guide Episode 201"


Homework:  (none)


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Period 5

Journal:    Describe a few physical changes you could make to a snickers chocolate bar



Classwork:

1)  Demonstrations and notes on physical changes, physical properties, chemical changes and         chemical properties

2)  Group collaboration on answering Standards Checks pg. 318, #1-8, 10

Homework

Due Friday: Finish Worksheets from "Science Notebook" pgs. 74-76  DUE TUESDAY


Period 6

Journal:    (none)



Classwork:

1)  Video on "Rube Goldberg Experiments" and/or "What's Science Got To Do With It?"


Homework: (none)


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Thursday, January 15, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  Notes on  Physical Properties and Changes

2)  Finish Group collaboration on answering Standards Checks pg. 318, #1-10 and turn in


Homework:  

Due Friday Honors and period 5 only:  Turn in final draft of roller coaster essay. 

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Periods 5 and 6

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1Worksheets from "Science Notebook" pgs. 74-76


Homework

Due Friday: Turn in final draft of roller coaster essay (Period 5 only) 

HONORS AND PERIOD 5 ROLLER COASTER ESSAY

PICK WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TO DO AN ESSAY ON:

1. Describe the transfer of energy within a roller coaster ride.  Be sure to explain in your essay:

- What types of energy are present during a roller coaster ride.

- How the changes in form of energy affect the roller coaster car's movement

2. Imagine you're on a roller coaster ride.  Describe the changes in forces that happen during the course of the             ride.  Be sure to include in your essay:

- Which part of the ride is the most exciting for you, and why?

- Where potential energy and kinetic energy must be greatest and least.

- How the design of a track makes this happen.


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Wednesday, January 14, 2015 


HONORS 

Journal:   Describe the physical properties of an ice cube.



Classwork:

1)  Discuss and share out objects from homework assignment, conduct tests on them.

2)  Group collaboration on answering Standards Checks pg. 318, #1-10


Homework:  

Due Friday Honors and period 5 only:  Turn in final draft of roller coaster essay. 

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Period 5

Journal:   Describe the physical properties of an ice cube.



Classwork:

1Notes on physical properties and physical changes.


Homework

Due Friday: Turn in final draft of roller coaster essay. 

HONORS AND PERIOD 5 ROLLER COASTER ESSAY

PICK WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TO DO AN ESSAY ON:

1. Describe the transfer of energy within a roller coaster ride.  Be sure to explain in your essay:

- What types of energy are present during a roller coaster ride.

- How the changes in form of energy affect the roller coaster car's movement

2. Imagine you're on a roller coaster ride.  Describe the changes in forces that happen during the course of the             ride.  Be sure to include in your essay:

- Which part of the ride is the most exciting for you, and why?

- Where potential energy and kinetic energy must be greatest and least.

- How the design of a track makes this happen.


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Tuesday, January 13, 2015 


HONORS and Period 5

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1)  Continue with Physical Properties Activity and turn in when finished

2)  Notes on Physical Properties


Homework:  

Period 5 only Due tomorrow:  Rough draft of roller coaster essay and online roller coaster self-paced lesson packet.

Honors only Due Tomorrow:  In a small bag, collect 4 solid (and different from one another), small objects.  On a separate sheet of paper, make 3 columns labeled "object", "materials", and "physical properties."  Fill in each column for each object.  Bring those 4 objects to class. 

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Period 6

Journal:   (none)



Classwork:

1Continue with Physical Properties Activity and turn in when finished


Homework:  (none)


HONORS AND PERIOD 5 ROLLER COASTER ESSAY

PICK WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TO DO AN ESSAY ON:

1. Describe the transfer of energy within a roller coaster ride.  Be sure to explain in your essay:

- What types of energy are present during a roller coaster ride.

- How the changes in form of energy affect the roller coaster car's movement

2. Imagine you're on a roller coaster ride.  Describe the changes in forces that happen during the course of the ride.  Be sure to include in your essay:

- Which part of the ride is the most exciting for you, and why?

- Where potential energy and kinetic energy must be greatest and least.

- How the design of a track makes this happen.


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Monday, January 12, 2015 


HONORS and Period 5

Journal:   What do you need from me, your teacher, to help you succeed and do better in class?  



Classwork:

1) Welcome back and class reminders

2)  Work on rough draft of roller coaster essay

3)  Chemistry-Physical Properties activity


Homework:  

Due tomorrow:  Read pgs. 313-318 in your textbook.  Define new vocabulary terms (pg. 313) into your notes.

Due tomorrow (Honors):  Rough draft of roller coaster essay and online roller coaster self-paced lesson packet.

Due Wednesday (period 5):  Rough draft of roller coaster essay and online roller coaster self-paced lesson packet.

Due Wednesday:  In a small bag, collect 4 solid (and different from one another), small objects.  On a separate sheet of paper, make 3 columns labeled "object", "materials", and "physical properties."  Fill in each column for each object.  Bring those 4 objects to class. 

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Period 6

Journal:   What do you need from me, your teacher, to help you succeed and do better in class?  



Classwork:

1) Welcome back and class reminders

2) Chemistry-Physical Properties activity


Homework:  

Due tomorrow:  Read pgs. 313-318 in your textbook.  Define new vocabulary terms (pg. 313) into your notes.

Due Wednesday:  In a small bag, collect 4 solid (and different from one another), small objects.  On a separate sheet of paper, make 3 columns labeled "object", "materials", and "physical properties."  Fill in each column for each object.  Bring those 4 objects to class. 

HONORS AND PERIOD 5 ROLLER COASTER ESSAY

PICK WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TO DO AN ESSAY ON:

1. Describe the transfer of energy within a roller coaster ride.  Be sure to explain in your essay:

- What types of energy are present during a roller coaster ride.

- How the changes in form of energy affect the roller coaster car's movement

2. Imagine you're on a roller coaster ride.  Describe the changes in forces that happen during the course of the ride.  Be sure to include in your essay:

- Which part of the ride is the most exciting for you, and why?

- Where potential energy and kinetic energy must be greatest and least.

- How the design of a track makes this happen.


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