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Bellringers Intro to MATTER UNIT. MATTER Unit Monday, September 26, 2011 Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast pure substances and mixtures. BR: What.

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1 Bellringers Intro to MATTER UNIT

2 MATTER Unit Monday, September 26, 2011 Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast pure substances and mixtures. BR: What is an atom? Do you know what is formed when atoms combine? Lesson: 1.Discuss reading about atoms from Friday 2.Notes on Pure Substances vs Mixtures 3.Read pp Start HW (questions 1-7 on p 44) HW: questions 1-7 on p 44

3 MATTER Unit Tuesday, September 27 Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast elements and compounds and heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures. BR: Label the following as pure substances or mixtures: Lesson: 1.HW Quiz 2.Finish notes (mixtures) HW: Section Review 2.1 (front and back) 1.Elements 2.Colloid 3.Atoms 4.Suspension 5.Compounds 6.Sand on a beach 7.Solutions 8.Milk 9.Copper

4 MATTER Unit Wednesday September 28 Objective: SWBAT review types of matter and how to calculate density. BR: Make a venn diagram to compare and contrast homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures. Be sure to write in examples. Lesson: 1.Go over BR 2.Stations Lab 3.Go over Lab, HW questions from last night? 4.Practice Density Problems (p 48: 1-3) 5.Go over density problems HW: DENSITY PROBLEMS P. 61 # 23-26

5 NO SCHOOL THURSDAY

6 MATTER Unit Friday, September 30 Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast physical and chemical properties and changes. BR: 1. What is a physical property; a chemical property? Lesson: 1.Discovery Ed Video Lesson on Physical vs Chemical Properties 2.Notes on Chemical/Physical Properties HW: – DENSITY PROBLEMS P. 61 # (From Wed-quiz Mon) – page 58 # 1, 2, 7

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8 MATTER Unit Monday, October 3 Objective: SWBAT measure and calculate the density of a liquid, regular solid and irregular solid using proper SI units. BR: 1. What is density. 2. Is density a chemical or physical property? 3. What units do we use to report density? LESSON 1.Density Quiz 2.Go over BR and how to use the water displacement method 3.Density of a solid/liquid Lab 1.Watch your precision and sig figs in all calculations!!! 2.Remember – when do you need to use water displacement to find volume? When do you NOT? HW: finish lab (there is a back)

9 MATTER Unit Tuesday, October 4 Objective: SWBAT create a mass-volume graph for values collected in the lab. BR: What is the formula for calculating density? What are the two units we can use for density? Lesson: 1.Discuss density lab 2.Penny Lab HW: Finish the graph

10 MATTER Unit Wednesday, October 5 Objective: SWBAT interpolate and extrapolate data about the density of pennies pre- and post BR: Draw the set up for a graph with mass on the y axis and volume on the x axis? What is the slope of this line? Lesson: 1.Make Graph(s) 2.Finish Penny Lab HW: Finish Lab

11 MATTER Unit Thursday, October 6 Objective: SWBAT identify and list examples of chemical and physical properties and changes. BR: What is the difference between a physical change and a physical property. Give an example of each. Lesson: 1.Notes on Physical/Chemical Properties and changes (2 nd period- present posters) HW: Section review 2.2

12 MATTER Unit Friday, October 7 Objective: SWBAT explain how density of a liquid relates to its viscosity. BR: 1. Define: density and viscosity 2. Label the following as a Chemical/Physical Property or Change. A.Dissolving sugar in waterE. Solubility B.Adding Acid to a base to make water F. Color C.Burning a piece of woodG. Baking cookies D.FlammabilityH. Density Lesson: 1.Demo Density Tower 2.Chemical Change Demo 3.Viscosity and Density Lab HW: Study Guide

13 1. The following liquids are placed into a density tower. Draw it. 2. Pretend I drop in a ball with a density of.93. Where would you draw it? Material Density (g/mL) Light Corn Syrup (Brown)1.33 g/mL Rubbing Alcohol (clear).79 g/mL Water with food color(clear)1.00 g/mL Vegetable Oil (yellow).92 g/mL Dawn Dish Soap (purple)1.06 g/mL

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15 MATTER Unit Monday, October 10 YOU DO NOT NEED TO WRITE ANYTHING ON YOUR BR SHEET- JUST STAPLE IT TO YOUR BR’S on TEST DAY!!! YOU DO NOT NEED TO WRITE ANYTHING ON YOUR BR SHEET- JUST STAPLE IT TO YOUR BR’S on TEST DAY!!! Objective: REVIEW BR: Pick up and complete “Mass vs. Volume of Aluminum.” (pink) Lesson: 1.Go over BR 2.Clicker 3.Work in groups Make a concept map from memory of the following words: Matter, Pure Substance, Mixture, Element, Compound, Homogeneous Mixture, Solution, Heterogeneous Mixture, Colloid, Suspension, Tyndall Effect Complete worksheets to help review HW: STUDY!!!

16 Thursday October 13th TODAY IS OUR TEST!!! Please clear your desks of EVERYTHING but a writing utensil and get a divider for your desk. Get ready to hand in… – 1. Bellringers – 2.)


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