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1 Warm Up 9/6/13 Turn in day! You should have 6! What happens to a solid object with a density that is less than water when it is placed in water? A.The object sinks about halfway into the water. B.The object displaces a quantity of water greater than its volume. C.The object settles to the bottom of the water. D.The object floats on top of the water.

2 Warm Up 9/6/13 Turn in day! Don’t forget your name! What happens to a solid object with a density that is less than water when it is placed in water? A.The object sinks about halfway into the water. B.The object displaces a quantity of water greater than its volume. C.The object settles to the bottom of the water. D.The object floats on top of the water.

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4 Enrichment & Remediation Remediation: 79 or lower on test All others (blue is must-do, green is choice): 1.Review missed problems 2.Finish Explosions reading activity 3.Finish Double-Bubble Map 4.Fix P.O.E. (make sure you have at least 2: Ice melting & Alka-Seltzer tablet) 5.Skills Tutor (will be assigned) 6.Science Games 7.Silent Reading

5 Warm Up 9/6/13 Turn in day! You should have 5! A controlled experiment A.is not always possible. B.contains a test group. C.has only one variable. D.All of the above

6 Warm Up 9/6/13 Turn in day! Don’t forget your name! A controlled experiment A.is not always possible. B.contains a test group. C.has only one variable. D.All of the above

7 Today’s Work Session Reflection 2.Finish Circle Map (poster or individual) 3.Finish Science World assignment 4.Work on Testable Questions (complete the first assignment if you don’t know how to do the other two)

8 3-2-1 TOTD Three things you know about scientific methods Two questions you still have about this topic One question you would like to answer in a scientific investigation (it needs to be something you are interested in and can do – you are going to use this question for other assignments)

9 Poster Paragraph discussing the three types of investigation descriptive comparative experimental

10 Lunch Line Expectations Line up SILENTLY Line up in a SINGLE FILE LINE Line up and KEEP YOUR HANDS & FEET TO YOURSELF There AND back If you can’t handle this, then you will have ASSIGNED SEATS at lunch

11 Test Today Use the first ten minutes of class to ask questions and review You can write on the test After the test, read the article on explosions and complete the guided reading worksheet If you finish all of that, you can read or work on something for another class

12 Quiz Today Use the first ten minutes of class to ask questions and review You can write on the quiz After the quiz you need to work on your Science World assignment If you are finished with that, you can read or work on something for another class 2 nd & 4 th – we will finish posters tomorrow

13 Warm Up 9/4/13 Which of the following is NOT the result of a chemical change? A.soured milk B.ground flour C.rusted metal D.digested food

14 Warm Up 9/4/13 Which of the following is NOT the result of a chemical change? A.soured milk B.ground flour C.rusted metal D.digested food

15 Agenda & Homework Brain Pop – The pH Scale Ch-ch-changes Demos & Hands-On TOTD Homework: Study for TEST tomorrow

16 Test Tomorrow States of Matter – solid, liquid, gas, plasma (volume, shape, molecules) Changes of State – melting, freezing, vaporization, condensation, sublimation (what changes happen when adding or taking away energy) Physical & Chemical Properties & Changes – examples of each, how to tell them apart All returned work, Ch. 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.3

17 Predict, Observe, Explain What do you think will happen? Make observations – note color changes, bubbling/fizzing, heat/light, formation of new substances, changes of state/shape/form Explain – physical or chemical? Why?

18 3-2-1 Ticket Out The Door Three things you have learned about changes Two questions you still have One most interesting change you observed today

19 Warm Up 9/4/13 The scientific process begins with asking questions and A.making observations. B.reading background. C.planning experiments. D.answering them.

20 Warm Up 9/4/13 The scientific process begins with asking questions and A.making observations. B.reading background. C.planning experiments. D.answering them.

21 Agenda & Homework Circle Map & Paragraph TOTD Homework – study for tomorrow’s quiz Know the 3 types of investigations Know parts of the scientific method (hypothesis, independent & dependent variables, data, conclusion) Know the difference between qualitative and quantitative

22 Warm Up 9/3/13 What is the best way to tell if a chemical change has taken place? A.The matter changes color. B.The change is reversible. C.A mixture separates into layers. D.The composition changes.

23 Warm Up 9/3/13 What is the best way to tell if a chemical change has taken place? A.The matter changes color. B.The change is reversible. C.A mixture separates into layers. D.The composition changes.

24 Agenda & Homework Notes on physical & chemical changes Card Sort (copy correct answers into notebook) Double Bubble – compare & contrast physical and chemical CHANGES Ticket Out The Door Homework: complete Double Bubble & TOTD if not finished in class

25 Physical and Chemical Changes Properties are what a substance HAS; changes are what a substance DOES In other words: properties tend to be adjectives and descriptive; changes tend to be verbs and active

26 Evidence Signs of a physical change include changes in state, shape, or form but not composition Physical changes are USUALLY reversible Sign of a chemical change include the release of light or heat The substance may look very different Chemical changes are USUALLY irreversible Bubbling & color change can be tricky

27 You try it! Name That Change Card Sort – once you have the correct info, copy into your notebook On a clean page, create a Double Bubble Map comparing & contrasting the two changes Remember: similarities in the middle, differences on the outside, and for every point, you need a counterpoint

28 Warm Up 9/3/13 Which of the following is a good way to analyze data? A.Organize it into charts and graphs, and do calculations if necessary. B.Check it over, and then copy it. C.Put it away for a few months to see if it makes more sense later. D.Try to find some way to make it support your hypothesis.

29 Warm Up 9/3/13 Which of the following is a good way to analyze data? A.Organize it into charts and graphs, and do calculations if necessary. B.Check it over, and then copy it. C.Put it away for a few months to see if it makes more sense later. D.Try to find some way to make it support your hypothesis. NEVER!!!

30 Agenda & Homework Notes: Drawing a Conclusion (2 nd period needs to catch-up on other notes) Video: Scientific Methods (complete graphic organizer) Poster: 3 Circle Maps (descriptive, comparative, experimental) & a paragraph TOTD: Homework: Scientific Method worksheet

31 Drawing Conclusions Ask yourself: Do the data support my hypothesis? Did what I think would happen, happen? Yes? You or others may want to try again to verify the results No? Check for errors and try again Still no? You may have to rethink or reject your hypothesis

32 Warm Up 8/30/13 *NOT a turn in day A chemical change takes place during a laboratory investigation of the properties of magnesium. Which of the following may have been observed? A.Magnesium burns in the presence of oxygen. B.Magnesium melts at 649°C. C.Magnesium becomes malleable when it is heated. D.Magnesium conducts an electric current.

33 Warm Up 8/30/13 *NOT a turn in day A chemical change takes place during a laboratory investigation of the properties of magnesium. Which of the following may have been observed? A.Magnesium burns in the presence of oxygen. B.Magnesium melts at 649°C. C.Magnesium becomes malleable when it is heated. D.Magnesium conducts an electric current.

34 Project Turn-In Make sure sheet is COMPLETE! Don’t forget to complete the section about your process! Make sure your name is on your bottle.

35 Warm Up 8/30/13 *NOT a turn-in day Complete the “Pretest” side of the graphic organizer packet You have 2 CRCT questions – save them in a safe place to add to next week’s set. Process Skills project due dates pushed up Quiz on the scientific method next WEDNESDAY Short Observations video

36 Recording and Presenting Data Science Book pages & Important to keep accurate records Record independent and dependent variables DRY MIX (dependent/responding Y-axis, manipulated/independent X-axis Pie chart – parts to a whole Line graph – trends over time, continuous change Bar Graph – non-continuous change

37 Warm Up 8/27/13 Which of the following statements about chemical properties is true? A.They can be observed when the identity of a substance changes. B.They can always be observed without changing the identity of a substance. C.They are easier to observe than physical properties. D.They are the properties that are most useful in identifying a substance.

38 Warm Up 8/27/13 Which of the following statements about chemical properties is true? A.They can be observed when the identity of a substance changes. B.They can always be observed without changing the identity of a substance. C.They are easier to observe than physical properties. D.They are the properties that are most useful in identifying a substance.

39 Agenda & Homework Review homework Dunkin’ For Density Lab Homework: study for tomorrow’s quiz (chapter 2.2 & 2.3 – check out Study Jams & Brain Pop, too)! Work on At-Home Science

40 Dunkin’ For Density Make a film canister float, suspend, and sink Must have SOMETHING in the canister Find MASS on the balance Find VOLUME using displacement (see page 40 in science book) Calculate DENSITY Complete lab sheet (work with a group, but each person must turn in his/her own sheet)

41 Volume by Displacement Fill a graduated cylinder to a known amount (example: 100 ml) Put your object in the cylinder (film canisters must be filled with water) Record the new height of the water (example: 137 ml) Subtract to find volume (example: 137 – 100 = 37 ml)

42 Warm Up 8/27/13 Before asking questions, what is a scientist likely to do? A.make answers that work B.make necessary arrangements C.make observations D.make reservations

43 Warm Up 8/27/13 Before asking questions, what is a scientist likely to do? A.make answers that work B.make necessary arrangements C.make observations D.make reservations

44 Agenda & Homework Observation & Inference Notes Choice 1: work on Science World assignment (due Friday) Choice 2: work on Science Process Skills mini- projects (first one due Friday) Choice 3: finish Skills Tutor pretests Homework: catch up on work (especially online – if you don’t have a computer, then work on the offline work at home)

45 modified by Liz LaRosa 2009, from original posted at: Observation & Inference

46 Observations Any information collected with the senses. Quantitative – measureable or countable » 3 meters long » 4 marbles » 50 kilograms » 35 degrees Celsius Qualitative – describable, not measureable » red flowers » smells like fresh baked cookies » Tastes bitter The skill of describing scientific events

47 Inference Conclusions or deductions based on observations. The process of drawing a conclusion from given evidence. Using what you KNOW together with what you SEE to make an EXPLANATION or PREDICTION Practice: Observations: I hear people screaming I smell cotton candy, popcorn, and hamburgers I see a lot of people Inference = ?

48 Look at these two sets of animal tracks. List 3 OBSERVATIONS Make an INFERENCE

49 Now what do you think? Make 3 OBSERVATIONS Make an INFERENCE

50 Now what do you think? Make 3 OBSERVATIONS Make an INFERENCE

51 Source of graphic:

52 Warm Up 8/26/13 Which physical property can be used to classify oxygen, helium, propane, and hydrogen as being similar? A. Flammability B. State C. Reactivity D. Malleability

53 Warm Up 8/26/13 Which physical property can be used to classify oxygen, helium, propane, and hydrogen as being similar? A. Flammability B. State C. Reactivity D. Malleability

54 Agenda & Homework Card Sorts Formative Assessment Double Bubble Map to compare and contrast physical and chemical properties and changes Stand Up/Sit Down Formative Assessment Homework: Density worksheet, At-Home Science Experiment

55 Warm Up 8/26/13 What are scientific methods? A.The steps scientists use to answer questions and solve problems B.The steps scientists use to look up the answers to questions C.The steps scientists use to ensure a hypothesis is supported D.The steps scientists use to answer questions and cause problems

56 Warm Up 8/26/13 What are scientific methods? A.The steps scientists use to answer questions and solve problems B.The steps scientists use to look up the answers to questions C.The steps scientists use to ensure a hypothesis is supported D.The steps scientists use to answer questions and cause problems

57 Agenda & Homework Brief notes on background research Choice 1: work on Science World assignment (due Friday) Choice 2: work on Science Process Skills mini- projects (first one due Friday) Choice 3: finish Skills Tutor pretests Homework: catch up on work (especially online – if you don’t have a computer, then work on the offline work at home)

58 Background Research Necessary so that you know how to design and understand your experiment. Identify the keywords in the testable question(s) Remember your “5 Ws and H” (who, what, why, when, where, how) List mathematical formulas or equations Research the history of similar experiments or inventions Network – who do you know that could help?


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