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Date

Objective

Agenda

Warm up

Homework

9/5/2013

       Know Class Procedures

       Explore measurement

 

       Go over Class Procedures

       Finish Measurement Lab

       Lab Questions

 

1.      From what type of assignment does most of your grade come from?

2.      Can you re-take tests? Quizzes?

3.      If a student comes in with chips, which of my class rule(s) is s/he breaking?

 

Measurement Lab Questions DUE FRIDAY.

Signed Syllabus DUE FRIDAY.

 

9/6/2013

 

 

 

 

9/9/2013

       Determine the location, charge and mass of e-, no and p+

 

       Turn in: Nothing.

       Warm-up

       Finish Build an Atom Lab

       Get checked off, Play Game

       Reading Assignment, p7-8

 

For the following particles, write a sentence stating where they are found and what their “charge” is. Bonus for also stating their mass!

1.      Electron

2.      Proton

3.      Neutron

 

       Finish Build an Atom Lab if not already done.

       Finish reading pg 7-8 and answer questions on pg 8.

 

9/10/2013

       Identify an element from its atomic number

       Turn in: get questions stamped

       Warm-up

       Quick Notes

       Work Time pgs 9-13

        

1.   What is the charge of an atom with 6 protons, 6 electrons, and 7 neutrons?

2.   What is the mass number of this atom?

3.   What three things about the atom was Rutherford able to determine about the atom with the gold foil experiment?

 

       Pages 9-13 due tomorrow.

       Quiz Tomorrow!

 

9/11/2013

       Show me what you know about atoms!

       Get Stamped: pgs 9-13

       Review Homework

       QUIZ!

       Cards Activity and Questions

        

1.      I have a neutral element that has a mass number of 9 and has 4 protons. How many neutrons does this atom have?

2.      Electrons?

3.      Which atom is it?

4.      Draw both the Bohr and Lewis Dot models of this atom.

 

       Finish questions on pg 14 if you don’t in class.

 

9/12/2013

       Identify trends in the periodic table

       Turn in:..?

       Element Card Sort p14

       Dmitri Mendeleev Reading p15-16

       Incomplete PT p17

        

1.Make corrections to Quiz if you need to. –If you already did, it needs turned back in so I can now look at the back.

2.Be ready with p14 open. Read directions and be ready to start when I pass out the cards!

-Please be patient and non-disruptive to those fixing quizzes!

 

       Finish Pages 14-16 in packet if you don’t finish in class.

        

9/13/2013

       Identify groups and periods in the PT

        

       Get Stamped: up to 16

       Incomplete Chart p17

       Even shorter Notes p18

       Finish p18

       Exit Ticket

        

1.What did you notice about the periodic table yesterday? (List at least 3 things)

2.How was what you did yesterday similar to what Mr. Mendeleev did in 1860?

 

       Finish 18-19.  Quiz Monday, Standard Tuesday. Packet Due Tuesday.

        

9/16/2013

       Use the PT to predict how many valence e- an atom has

        

       Go over check

       Ask questions!

       Quiz

       Finish Packet

        

1.   Organize your binder like it says on the white board.

2.   Tape/Glue your check to your notebook for today’s warm up.

3.   Go over your check from Friday. Ask peers for help on questions you missed!

4. 

       Study! Finish Packet!

       Standard 1A Tomorrow!

        

9/17/2013

       Celebrate Knowledge

        

       Warm up/Stamps

       Binder/Stamp Check       

       Standard 1A Exam

        

WARM UP:

(No written warm up today)

       None.

9/18/2013

       Know what an ion, isotope and half life are

        

       Finish Tests

       Initial thoughts about chemistry!

        

1.      Name some chemical reactions you can think of.

2.      What do you think happens in a chemical reaction?

 

       None. Lab tomorrow!

        

9/19/2013

       Explore changes in the number of subatomic particles in an atom.

        

       Warm Up

       IIR Lab

        

1.      Which two particles have significant mass?

2.      Which two particles contribute to the charge?

3.      What is a rule that determines the charge of an atom?

 

       Finish lab questions if you don’t in class

9/23/2013

       Know what an ion is and predict what ion atoms will form

        

       Ions Notes

       Ions Practice (pg 9-10)

       Ions “Check”

 

WARM UP: (Answer questions AND write agenda in calendar!

1.      If an atom has 5 protons and 5 electrons, what is its charge? (What atom is it?)

2.   If an atom has 5 protons and 2 electrons, what is its charge? (What atom is it?)

3.   If an atom has 12 protons and 10 electrons, what is its charge? (What atom is it?)

 

       Be prepared for ions quiz tomorrow

       Packet should be completed up to pg 10 tomorrow

        

9/24/2013

       Know what an ion is and predict what ion atoms will form

        

       Review Ions

       QUIZ

       Isotopes Notes p11

        

WARM UP: (Copy down the sentences and fill in!)

1.All group 2 elements have ____ valence electrons.

2.They want to __________ electrons to have a full valence shell.

3.When they ____________ electrons, they will have a charge of ______.

4.All group 6 elements have ____ valence electrons.

5.They want to __________ electrons to have a full valence shell.

6.When they ____________ electrons, they will have a charge of ______.

 

       None.

9/25/2013

       Identify the most common isotopes of atoms and calculate their average mass.

        

       (Fix quizzes if needed)

       Isotopes Notes

       Isotopes Practice

       Isotopes CHECK

        

1.      Which subatomic particles affect the mass of the atom?

2.      If I have an atom with 12 protons, 14 neutrons, and 12 electrons, what is its mass?

3.      An element has 7 protons and a mass of 15. How many neutrons does it have?

 

       Study for quiz Tomorrow!

       Finish packet to page 12.

        

9/26/2013

       Identify the most common isotope of an element and calculate the avg

        

       Check your check (tape!)

       Ask Ms. Q Questions

       Quiz

       Correct Quiz

       Challenge!

        

1.      Draw the isotope notation for Li 5.

2.      How many neutrons does this atom have?

3.      Draw the bohr model for this atom.

4.       For every 50 atoms of Li, you have 48 of Li 7 and 2 of Li 5. What is the average mass of Li in your sample?

 

       Make sure you are caught up in class. (to pg 12)

       Come re-take the standard if you need/want to

        

9/27/2013

       Explain what a half-life is and use a graph to identify a half-life

        

       Warm up

       Radioactivity and half-life notes

        

1.      Draw the following with a Bohr diagram

3215P-2 and 104Be+2

2.      Approximately how many rolls did it take for half of the dice to “decay” in the radioactivity lab?

3.      If you had 1000 dice, approximately how many rolls do you think it would take to get down to only 125 dice remaining?

4.       

       Radioactivity and Half-lives practice p13-14

       Quiz Monday, Standard next week!

        

9/30/2013

       Explain what a half life is and be able to use it

        

       Stamp Homework

       Review Radioactivity

       Radioactivity Lab

        

1.      Describe what half-life means in your own words.

2.      Using the graph on the white board, determine the half-life of Uranium.

3.      Explain the difference between fission and fusion.

4.      Identify and describe one way radioactivity is useful to humans.

 

       Study for QUIZ TOMORROW

       Study for STANDARD WEDNESDAY

        

10/1/2013

       Analyze what you do and don’t know so you can study for tomorrow.

        

       Quiz

       Correct Quiz

       Work time/Study Time/Get stamped

        

WARM UP: (Just directions)

1.      Tape check into notebook and see how you did, ask questions if you need to!

2.      Clear your desk except for a periodic table, pencil, calculator, and colored writing utensil.

 

       Study for Standard TOMORROW

        

10/3/2013

       Identify chemical and physical properties and changes

        

       Warm up

       Reaction in a bag lab

       Notes!

        

1.      What is a chemical reaction?

2.      Give 3 examples of something changing physically but not changing chemically. 

 

       (Another) Lab tomorrow!

       ….? Catch up? I’ll give you your test scores tomorrow.

        

10/5/2013

       Identify Chemical and physical properties and changes

        

       Notes

       Kitchen Lab

        

       Get out your packet and turn to page 5.

 

       None J… If you are all caught up!

        

10/7/2013

       Identify Chemical and physical properties and changes

        

       Finish Kitchen Lab

       Kitchen Lab Questions

       CHECK

        

       Make three observations of the physical properties of your chair.

       What do you think some chemical properties of your chair are?

       How do you know if a chemical reaction happens?

        

       None J… If you are all caught up!

        

10/8/2013

       Identify Chemical and physical properties and changes

        

       Mystery Substance Lab

       (Clean up lab)

       Finish Lab Questions

       QUIZ 3a

        

       Tape your check onto your warm up. Figure out the correct answers. 

       Look off a partner’s check and write down a sentence describing the correct answers to questions you don’t have on your check. (There are a total 11 questions, so you need 5 for your warm up)

        

HOMEWORK: (Write this in calendar!)

VIDEO HOMEWORK: Due Thursday – Video Notes #2, page 10 of your packet.

 

10/9/2013

       Use chemical and physical properties to determine what happens when atoms fill their valence

        

       QUIZ 3a

       Bond Types Intro Lab

        

       WARM UP:

       (No real warm up today, just be quiet and either study for the quiz or finish the lab questions from yesterday

HOMEWORK: (Write this in calendar!)

VIDEO HOMEWORK: Due Thursday – Video Notes #2, page 10 of your packet.

10/10/2013

       Use chemical and physical properties to determine what happens when atoms fill their valence

        

       Warm up

       Bond Types Practice 11-13

       Check

        

       Draw the Lewis Dot Structure for Chlorine and Sodium.

       Using the PT, identify the following atoms as either metal or non-metal: Hydrogen, Lithium, Iron, Sulfur, Oxygen, Chlorine, Carbon.

        

Finish pages 11-13 by Monday. Quiz Monday

 

10/15/2013

       Identify a newly engineered material and explain why it is good at what it does based on chem and phys properties

        

       Warm up

       Materials Science Application Assignment (p16)

        

       Find a partner sitting next to you with a different form of the check and discuss all 12 questions you have between you. For ones you either don’t have or missed, write a sentence in your notebook explaining the correct answer.

       Use glue stick to paste your check into notebook.

        

Finish Application assignment: Due Thursday;

Quiz Tomorrow, ALL of packet due Thursday.

 

10/16/2013

       Check was a warm up

        

        

 

10/17/2013

       Celebration of knowledge!

        

       Turn in Materials Assignment

       Stamp/Study

       Standard 3!

        

       Make a small circle on things you need stamped.

       Do the bullet points and vocabulary on page 3.

       Study!

       And… organize binder J

       I stop stamping at: __________________

        

None if you are all caught up.

 

10/18/2013

       Discover chemical equations

        

       Warm up Video

       Intro Stoichiometry Lab

        

       Where does a tree get its energy?

       Where does a tree’s mass come from?

       How would you write a “scientific sentence” explaining what trees take in and how they make their mass?

        

Finish Page 5 in packet.

 

10/21/2013

       Be able to read a chemical equation

       Define Law of Conservation of mass

        

       Chemical Equations Notes

       Work time p7-14

        

       What does the word “Product” mean to you?

       What does the word “Reactant” mean to you?

       What does the word “Conservation” mean to you?

        

Conservation of mass lab tomorrow – Bring plastic bottle

Pages 7-14 due Wednesday

Quiz Wednesday

 

10/22/2013

       Provide evidence for the law of conservation of mass

        

       Conservation of Mass Lab

       Work time pgs 7-14

        

       Copy this down:  NaHCO3    ->   CO2   +   NaOH

       Identify the product of the reaction above.

       Identify the reactant of the reaction above.

       How many atoms of oxygen are in the reactants?

       How many atoms of oxygen are in the products?

        

Pages 7-14 due Tomorrow

Quiz Tomorrow

 

10/23/2013

       Understand what is described by a chemical equation

        

       Practice Chemical Reactions

       Quiz

        

       Thinking back to yesterday’s lab, why was it important to keep the lid on? Explain!

       You have been practicing balancing equations. Why is it important to do this? Explain!

        

None if you are caught up in your packet.

If not, make sure you are done up to page 16!

 

10/24/2013

       Plan an investigation to determine what affects the rate of a chemical reaction

        

       Quiz Corrections

       Reaction Rate Brain Storm

       Plan Experiment

        

       Draw a picture of the following: 2KClO3

       How many atoms of oxygen are in the following formula? 2KClO3

       What does the 2 in the above equation tell you?

       What does the 3 in the above equation tell you?

       Quiz corrections…………

        

Experimental Design in NOTEBOOK due tomorrow!

*Must get lab done tomorrow so you can spend Monday in library typing your report.

 

10/25/2013

       Plan an investigation to determine what affects the rate of a chemical reaction

        

       Warm up

       Finish planning if not done

       Data collection and analysis

        

       Draw a picture of the following chemical equation:

                 __Na + __HCl   ->  __H2 + NaCl

       Balance it using pictures! (Then fix the equation)

       ---------

       Thinking about your lab today, do you think 1 second difference will be enough to say that its different?

       How about 5? 10?

        

       Finish the analysis and conclusion of your lab.

       You need to be done with this by Monday to spend all of Monday typing! J   

 

10/29/2013

       Identify four factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction

       Explain Collision Theory

        

       Discussion of Results

       Turn in Lab Report!

       Reaction Rate Activity

       Reaction Rate Notes…. CHECK?

        

       Decide with your group who will speak on which of the following and prepare what you will say:

       What was your independent variable?

       What was your hypothesis

       Which tests did you do on your IV?

       Summarize your results and conclusion.

        

       Finish pages 19-20. Quiz Tomorrow. STANDARD THURSDAY

10/30/2013

       Identify four factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction

       Explain Collision Theory

        

       Reaction Rate Notes

       Video

       Check

        

       Plan out how to get an alka-seltzer to react as fast as possible.

       Draw a picture of the following reactions and balance them:

           A.  Li2O + MgF2  ->  LiF   +   MgO

           B. CH4 + O2  ->  CO2 + H2O

        

       Finish pages 19-20. Quiz Tomorrow. STANDARD FRIDAY.

       Heads up: There are only 3 weeks left of the term! 

        

10/31/2013

       Identify four factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction

       Explain Collision Theory

        

       Warm up

       Quiz

       Correct Quiz

       Quiet Work time / Stamps

        

       In your own words, explain collision theory.

       What does it mean at the atomic level to increase surface area?

       Draw a picture of the following reaction and balance it:   ___AlI3 + ___HgCl2  ->  ___AlCl3   +   ___HgI2

        

       Packet Due Tomorrow. STANDARD Tomorrow.

       Heads up: There are only 3 weeks left of the term! – This means it is crunch time for those of you not passing standards! 

        

11/1/2013

       Celebrate Knowledge!

        

       Quiet Work time / Stamps

       Standard 4A Test

       Earth Mechanisms Preconceptions

        

       Make a small circle the size of a stamp on pages you need stamped.

       Do the bullet points and vocab p3.

       Finish packet.

       Quiz your neighbor!

        

       None if you are all caught up!

        

11/4/2013

       Identify evidence for climate change

        

       Warm up

       Video: A Global Warning

        

       What does climate change mean?

       How does the Earth warm itself as it changes climate?

       How do we know climate change is happening

       None if you are all caught up!

        

11/5/2013

       Identify evidence for climate change

        

       Warm up

       Video: A Global Warning

        

       What is the Albedo effect?

       Which absorbs more energy from the sun: oceans or glaciers? Why?

        

       None if you are all caught up!

       Heads up: Tomorrow working in library. Period 3- Remind me of this note.

        

11/6/2013

       NO Warm up today

       P 4-6 in packet –Computer Lab

        

        

11/7/2013

       Be able to explain the greenhouse effect

        

       Warm up

       Greenhouse Effect Notes

       Lab: The Greenhouse Effect

       GH Check

        

       What are the 5 key indicators of climate change?

       Choose two of them and explain in detail what the data “says”. You should include a time scale, amount of the dependent variable that has changed, and explain what the dependent variable is doing in the graph.

        

       Quiz Tomorrow

       Be finished with your packet up to page 9!

        

11/8/2013

       Be able to explain the greenhouse effect

        

       Warm up

       Quiz: Climate Change

       Video: Ring of Fire

        

       What are the three main greenhouse gasses? List them in order of their effectiveness PER molecule. Most effective first.

       List  the above gasses in order of their concentration in the atmosphere. Most abundant first.

       Review: Which subatomic particles contribute to the mass of an atom?

       You all know that tectonic plates move… but what pushes them? Draw if you can J

        

       Are you caught up? Passing ALL standards?

       Start studying NOW for the final! 2 weeks left of this term.

        

11/12/13

       Identify surface features associtaed with convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries

       Dynamic Earth Interactive p10-13

       No Warm up today

        

11/13/13

       Identify surface features associtaed with convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries

       Finish Video: Ring of Fire

       Finish Dynamic Earth Interactive

        

       What is the main difference between oceanic and continental crust?

       What do you call it when two plates are moving toward each other?

       Sliding past each other?

       What do all elements in group 3 have in common?

       Name the element in group 3 period 2.

        

       Standard 5 Tuesday 11/19

       Are you caught up? Passing ALL standards?

       Start studying NOW for the final! 1.5 weeks left of this term.

        







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