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1  Warm up: What does viscosity measure about a substance? (see page 45)  Exit: What usually happens to the viscosity of a fluid substance when heat is added (increased temperature)? (increases/decreases) Today’s activities: Review notes Sample test questions Upcoming events: Final Test next week

2  Warm up: Describe the molecular motion (speed) and configuration (closeness) in an object that is freezing.  Exit: Write down a summary of Kinetic molecular theory in your own words. Today’s activities: Review notes Sample test questions Upcoming events: Final Test next week Reminder of old assignments : (due 12/18) p.228 vocabulary p.233 summary p.234 #1-6 p.235 vocabulary p.240 vocabulary p.245 #1-7 p.246 vocabulary

3  Warm up: No question today  Exit: No exit question Today’s activities: Group deom presentations New Assignments : Upcoming events: Quiz December 18 th Assignments : (due Today) p.228 vocabulary p.233 summary p.234 #1-6 p.235 vocabulary p.240 vocabulary p.245 #1-7 p.246 vocabulary

4  Warm up: Which ion is in high concentration in acids? (p.233)  Exit: No exit question  Today’s activities: Video demonstration : Acids and Bases New Assignments : (due Friday) Brainstorm demonstrations that your group may want to present next week. Upcoming events: Quiz December 18 th Assignments : (due Monday) p.228 vocab p.233 summary p.234 #1-6 p.235 vocabulary p.240 vocabulary p.245 #1-7 p.246 vocabulary

5  Warm up: Explain how a cold pack works. (p.233)  Exit: Describe three factors that affect how quickly a substance dissolves. (p.234) Today’s activities: Notes/Discussion Solutions, Acids/Bases New Assignments : (due Friday) p.240 vocabulary p.245 #1-7 p.246 vocabulary Upcoming events: Quiz December 18 th Assignments : (due Friday) p.228 vocab p.233 summary p.234 #1-6

6  Warm up: What are three ways that substances can dissolve in water? (see page 229)  Exit: Describe three properties of a solution that can differ from the solute and solvent. (page 231) Today’s activities: Notes/Discussion Solutions Assignments : (due Friday) p.228 vocab p.233 summary p.234 #1-6 Group poster (turned in today) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN4KifV12DA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN4KifV12DA Upcoming events: Quiz December 18 th

7  Warm up: What does it mean if something is dissolved? (p )  Exit: List examples of the following types of solutions: Gas in gas, liquid in gas, gas in liquid, liquid in liquid, solid in liquid, solid in solid. Today’s activities: Notes/Discussion Solutions Assignments : (due Friday) p.228 vocab p.233 summary p.234 #1-6 Upcoming events: Quiz December 18 th

8  Warm up: What is the difference between exothermic and endothermic reactions?  Exit: List 5 factors that affect reaction rate. Today’s activities: Review packet / Study Sheet Assignments : p.199 vocabulary p.205 #1-8 Review packet Upcoming events: Quiz December 5 th

9  Warm up: What is the difference between exothermic and endothermic reactions?  Exit: List 5 factors that affect reaction rate. Today’s activities: Review packet / Study Sheet Assignments : p.199 vocabulary p.205 #1-8 Review packet Upcoming events: Quiz December 5 th

10  Warm up: NO warm up  Exit: No exit question Today’s activities: Review packet / Study Sheet Assignments : p.199 vocabulary p.205 #1-8 Review packet Upcoming events: Quiz December 5 th

11  Warm up:  Exit: Today’s activities: Standards Pretest (points for completion) Up to 45 points of E.C. for correct answers Assignments : p.199 vocabulary p.205 #1-8 Upcoming events:

12  Warm up: Why is it important that a chemical equation be balanced?  Exit: Today’s activities: Standards Pretest (points for completion) Up to 45 points of E.C. for correct answers Assignments : p.199 vocabulary p.205 #1-8 Upcoming events:

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14  Warm up: What conservation of mass mean?  Exit: no exit question today Today’s activities: Video notes: Science of Food “Can I eat that?” video notes Assignments : Read pages p.192 vocabulary p.195 #1-3 “math practice” Upcoming events:

15  Warm up: What is a stable electron configuration?  Exit: What is a reactant in a chemical reaction? (see p. 192 vocabulary assignment) Today’s activities: Test today! Assignments : Read pages p.192 vocabulary p.195 #1-3 “math practice” Upcoming events:

16  Warm up: What is the chemical formula for Strontium phosphide?  Exit: What is the chemical formula for Cesium sulfide? Today’s activities: Poster presentations (any that remain) Start review for quiz: p.187 #11-25 group share activity Make note card for the test Assignments : Read pages p.187 #11-25 group share activity Upcoming events: Test Tuesday : Ionic Compounds

17  Warm up: What is the chemical formula for magnesium bromide?  Exit: What is the chemical formula for Lithium Oxide. Today’s activities: Poster presentations Start review for quiz: p.187 #11-25 group share activity Assignments : Read pages Worksheet #3, #4 Naming ionic compounds (due Friday) Poster: Ionic Bonding, Naming compounds (due Friday) Article summaries (3 summaries) due Friday Upcoming events: Test Tuesday : Ionic Compounds

18  Warm up: none  Exit: none Today’s activities: Article summaries (3 summaries) due Friday Assignments : Read pages Worksheet #3, #4 Naming ionic compounds (due Friday) Poster: Ionic Bonding, Naming compounds (due Friday) Upcoming events: Test Tuesday: Ionic Compounds

19  Warm up: Which kind of bond is formed when a metal and a non-metal interact?  Exit: Which kind of bond is formed when two non-metals interact? Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds, naming compounds, writing formulas Poster: Ionic Bonding, Naming compounds Assignments : Read pages Worksheet #3, #4 Naming ionic compounds (due Friday) Poster: Ionic Bonding, Naming compounds (due Friday) Upcoming events: Test Tuesday: Ionic Compounds

20  Illustrate /explain the following concepts:  Definition of ionic bonding  (what happens to the electrons, which types of elements are involved)  Illustration of an example of an ionic bond using dot diagrams.  Illustrations/descriptions of each step needed to write a chemical formula ▪ -Include every step including explanation of how the charges are used to figure out the subscripts.

21  Warm up: Write the formula for the following ionic compound: sodium nitrate  Exit: Write the formula for the following compound: Lithium sulfate Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds, naming compounds, writing formulas Assignments : Read pages Review packet p.175 #1-10 Naming compounds worksheet

22  Warm up: Name the following compound: Li 2 S  Exit: Write the formula for the following compound: Lithium sulfate Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds, naming compounds, writing formulas Assignments : Read pages Review packet p.175 #1-10 Naming compounds worksheet

23  Warm up: No warm up  Exit: No exit question. Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds, naming compounds, writing formulas Assignments : Read pages p.175 #1-10 Naming compounds worksheet

24  Warm up: What does it mean if an atom has a high electronegativity?  Exit: Which types of elements have high electronegativity?  Which types of elements have a low electronegativity? Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds, naming compounds, writing formulas Assignments : Read pages p.175 #1-10 Naming compounds worksheet

25  Warm up: Use electron dot diagrams to show the bonds between 2 atoms of Nitrogen. Also label it as an ionic or covalent bond.  Exit: How do you know if two elements will form an ionic or covalent bond? Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds, naming compounds, writing formulas Assignments : Read pages p.165 vocabulary p.169 #1-8 p.175 #1-10

26  Warm up: Use electron dot diagrams to show the bonds between Sulfur and Oxygen. Also label it as an ionic or covalent bond.  Exit: Use electron dot diagrams to show how electrons are shared in Carbon and Hydrogen bonds. Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds p.160 #1-6 together Worksheet Assignments : Read pages p. 158 vocabulary p.160 #1-6 p.164 #1-8 Worksheet

27  Warm up: Use electron dot diagrams to show why oxygen often forms compounds of O2.  Exit: Use electron dot diagrams to show how electrons are shared in CO2. Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds/covalent bonds p.160 #1-6 together Worksheet Assignments : Read pages p. 158 vocabulary p.160 #1-6 p.164 #1-8 Worksheet

28  Warm up: How many atoms of chlorine will most likely bond with 1 atom of Calcium. Show the electron dot diagrams of each atom  Exit: Describe three properties of ionic compounds (see page 164) Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds, p.160 #1-6 together Worksheet Assignments : Read pages p. 158 vocabulary p.160 #1-6 p.164 #1-8 Worksheet

29  Warm up: What happens during an ionic bond?  Exit: Draw an electron dot diagram for Sodium and Chlorine. Explain why they bond together easily. Today’s activities: Notes: ionic bonds, electron dot diagrams p.160 #1-6 together Assignments : Read pages p. 158 vocabulary p.160 #1-6 p.164 #1-8

30  Warm up: Draw the Bohr model of Boron (5).  Exit: What does atomic mass measure? Today’s activities: Review for Quiz Individual assignments: (Due Thursday) p.138 #1-8 p.138 “Writing in science” p.139 vocabulary p.145 #1-12

31  Warm up: How many valence electrons does Magnesium contain? Which column of nonmetal elements will magnesium most easily bond with?  Exit: What kind of bond is formed when metals bond with nonmetals? Today’s activities: Review for Quiz Individual assignments: (Due Thursday) p.138 #1-8 p.138 “Writing in science” p.139 vocabulary p.145 #1-12

32  Warm up: No warm up question  Exit: No exit question Today’s activities: Individual assignments: (Due Thursday) p.138 #1-8 p.138 “Writing in science” p.139 vocabulary p.145 #1-12

33  Warm up: Which part of the atom gives an element its identity?  Exit: Most of the periodic table is made up of what type of elements? (metals, nonmetals, or metalloids) Today’s activities: Video Notes Individual assignments: (Due Thursday) p.138 #1-8 p.138 “Writing in science” p.139 vocabulary p.145 #1-12

34  Warm up: Write one scientific fact about the periodic table.  Exit: How many electrons need to be in the outermost electron shell to make it stable? Today’s activities: Presentations/ Notes Video Notes Individual Assignments: p. 129 #1-8 due Friday p.130 vocabulary due Friday

35  Warm up: Write one fact about an element from presentation.  Exit: Write one fact from someone else’s presentation. Today’s activities: Presentations/ Notes Individual Assignments: p. 129 #1-8 due Friday p.130 vocabulary due Friday

36  Warm up: Explain what the “periodic law” says about the periodic table. (see page 131)  Exit: What is a valence electron? Today’s activities: Discussion/notes: periodic table Periodic table project work time (group assignment) Individual Assignments: p. 129 #1-8 due Friday p.130 vocabulary due Friday

37  Warm up: In the modern periodic table, how are the elements arranged? (In what order are they placed?) see page 131  Exit: Why is atomic mass written as a decimal? Today’s activities: Discussion/notes: periodic table Periodic table project work time (group assignment) Individual Assignments: p. 129 #1-8 due Friday p.130 vocabulary due Friday

38  Warm up: Why are the elements arranged into the periodic table? How does that help people?  Exit: Draw a cell from the periodic table and label each part with the information that it gives. Today’s activities: Discussion/notes: periodic table Assignments: p. 129 #1-8 due Friday p.130 vocabulary due Friday

39  Warm up: List 3 subatomic particles, their charge, and their location with in the atom.  Hint: one of them is electron.  Exit: If a substance has had 3 half lives, how much of the original isotope remains? Today’s activities: Assignments: p.301 #1-7 due Friday Reading worksheet packet due Friday

40  Warm up: No warm up Today’s activities: Assignments: p.301 #1-7 due Friday Reading worksheet packet due Friday Standard:

41  Warm up: What does the term “half-life” mean as it relates to atoms? (See page p.299) Today’s activities: Notes: nuclear decay of atoms Video: nuclear decay Assignments: p.301 #1-7 due Friday Standard: H3 S1

42  Warm up: No warm up activities: 10/8 guest speaker 10/9 work on experiment report/book work 10/13 Guest speaker 10/14 Video: Fearless planet Standard: H3 S1

43  Warm up: What is a manipulated variable? Which variable was manipulated in your group experiment? Today’s activities: QUIZ After the quiz: Assignment: p.732 vocabulary definitions due Thursday to prepare for a guest speaker who will give presentations about geology and fossils. Standard: H3 S1

44  Warm up: What does viscosity measure about a substance? (see page 45) Today’s activities: Warm up Review study guide for quiz QUIZ is TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 th ! Standard: H3 S1

45  Warm up: What usually happens to the density of matter when temperature is increased? Today’s activities: Warm up Review notes for quiz about Kinetic Theory and States of Matter (Tuesday) Standard: H3 S1

46  Warm up: Describe the molecular motion (speed) and configuration (closeness) in an object that freezing. Today’s activities: Warm up Review notes for quiz about Kinetic Theory and States of Matter (Tuesday) Standard: H3 S1

47  Warm up: NO warm up question Today’s activities: Warm up Typing experiment report due 10/2 Standard: H3 S1

48  Warm up: Explain some uses/examples of of non-newtonian fluid. Today’s activities: Warm up Hints, tips on experiment report. Anchor Papers Kinetic theory animations Kinetic Theory (tutorvista) States of Matter Videos of Non Newtonian fluid in action Article about uses of another Non Newtonian fluid Standard: H3 S1

49  Warm up: Rephrase the Kinetic Molecular Theory in your own words. Today’s activities: Warm up Hints, tips on experiment report. Anchor Papers Kinetic theory animations Kinetic Theory (tutorvista) States of Matter Videos of Non Newtonian fluid in action Article about uses of another Non Newtonian fluid Standard: H3 S1

50  Warm up: Why is it important to introduce the reader to the topic of your experiment? Today’s activities: Warm up Hints, tips on experiment report. Anchor Papers Kinetic theory animations Kinetic Theory (tutorvista) States of Matter Videos of Non Newtonian fluid in action Article about uses of another Non Newtonian fluid Standard: H3 S1

51  Warm up: Why is it important to cite your sources in your report? Today’s activities: Warm up Typing Experimental procedures. Standard: H3 S1

52  Warm up: Why is it important to include all of the parts of an experiment report? Today’s activities: Warm up Typing Experimental procedures. Anchor Papers Kinetic theory animations Kinetic Theory (tutorvista) States of Matter Videos of Non Newtonian fluid in action Article about uses of another Non Newtonian fluid Standard: H3 S1

53  Warm up: Why is it important to use very specific language when typing your procedure? Today’s activities: Warm up Typing introduction to experiment and experimental procedures. Wed: Part 2 of experiment: Measuring viscosity Standard: H3 S1

54  Warm up: No warm up today. Today’s activities: Reading work sample “Chemicals” Standard: H3 S1

55  Warm up: Why is it important to write down the results to every trial even if it was unsuccessful? Today’s activities: Warm up Part 2 of experiment: Measuring viscosity Standard: H3 S1

56  Warm up: What does viscosity measure? Today’s activities: Warm up Part 2 of experiment: Measuring viscosity Standard: H3 S1

57  Warm up: Give an example of something that is precise but not accurate. Today’s activities: Warm up Part 2 of experiment: Measuring viscosity Assignments:  Read pages 1-11 p.11 #1-8 due Friday  p. 14 vocabulary due Friday  Read page 19 and in 1 paragraph explain the difference between precision and accuracy due Friday. Standard: H3 S1

58  Warm up: List the 4 concentrations that you tested and if it formed a non-newtonian fluid. Today’s activities: Warm up Building a data table / Graphing Assignments:  Read pages 1-11 p.11 #1-8 due Friday  p. 14 vocabulary due Friday  Read page 19 and in 1 paragraph explain the difference between precision and accuracy due Friday. Standard: H3 S1

59  Warm up: What are some sources of error in this experiment? How will you minimize the amount of error? Today’s activities: Warm up Testing viscosity of the experimental fluid ratios Assignments:  Read pages 1-11 p.11 #1-8 due Friday  p. 14 vocabulary due Friday  Read page 19 and in 1 paragraph explain the difference between precision and accuracy due Friday. Standard: H3 S1

60  Warm up: Why is it important for everyone in your group to record all activities and observations of the experiment? Today’s activities: Warm up Testing viscosity of the experimental fluid ratios Assignment: Read pages 1-11 p.11 #1-8 due Friday Standard: H3 S1

61  Warm up: What were some observations that you made about the behavior of the non-newtonian fluid? Today’s activities: Warm up Testing viscosity of the experimental fluid ratios Emergency procedures (if time permits) Standard: H3 S1

62  Warm up: Which variables will affect how viscous (thick) the mom-newtonian fluid will be? Today’s activities: Warm up Testing viscosity of the experimental fluid ratios Emergency procedures (if time permits) Standard: H3 S1

63  Warm up: How is a theory different from a hypothesis? Today’s activities: Warm up Video clip: Theory/ Hypothesis Video clip: experiment design Mini-Experiment: Liquid or Solid (non-Newtonian fluid) Emergency procedures (if time permits) Upcoming events: Friday Syllabus due Writing assignments due Standard: H3 S1

64 Summarize each of the four big ideas in science found on pages 5 and 6 into one sentence for each big idea.

65  Warm up:What makes a topic scientific? Today’s activities: Warm up Review of procedures/ book check out Group activity: scientific processes Emergency procedures (if time permits) Upcoming events: Friday: -Syllabus due

66  Think/Write/Share: How is a scientific theory different from a scientific law?  Give an example of a scientific theory and a scientific law. (see page 9)

67  Exit question: (see page 9)  What does the Kinetic Theory explain?  What does Newton’s law of gravity describe?


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