#  Check seating chart for new seat (on lab table)  Turned in signed Safety Contracts on the front counter; DUE TODAY  Get out the Scientific Method assignment.

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 Check seating chart for new seat (on lab table)  Turned in signed Safety Contracts on the front counter; DUE TODAY  Get out the Scientific Method assignment from Friday  Supplies needed:  Pencil AND Blue or black pen  3-4 sheets notebook paper  Ruler  Graph paper See back counter if you don’t have these

Copy the following notes and keep them for reference Thanks to Ms. Andrews for the following info!

 Copy the following into the box for Lesson Essential Question for Displaying Data  What is the proper way to draw graphs and tables?  Vocabulary  x-axis  y-axis

 The information on the following slides should go in a new set of notes.  Preferably Cornell-style

X  Horizontal  “x to the left” Y  Vertical  “y to the sky”

1. Must be made with a ruler. 2. Must be a complete box. 3. Must be done in pen (blue or black). 4. Make sure units are at the top of each column and not in each square. 5. All numbers must match in units.

Molarity of sucrose (M) Initial Mass (g) Final mass (g) % change in mass 0.21.513.25.6 0.414.016.215.7 0.617.222.430.2 0.821.328.332.9 1.025.033.534.0

1. Must be made with a ruler. 2. May be done in pencil 3. Unless instructed to draw the line of best fit, connect your points with a ruler. 4. Make sure units are equal increments apart and be sure to label the x- and y-axis. 5. Use most of the space of the graph provided; don’t have the graph squeezed into the corner. 6. Title the graph “y- vs. the x-axis” 7. Points must either be made with an X or a dot with a circle around it. Do not use just a dot!

 Graph the data from the example table  You will be given graph paper & rulers

 Put the table / graph notes in your notebook for future reference  Record your homework  Read pages 1-10 in the white book  Print out a copy of the Atmosphere Project from Glisson’s webpage. Bring it with you to class tomorrow.

 Discuss at your table  What steps did you list?  How is each step accomplished?  How do you think it will be applied for this class?  Definitions of vocabulary (see Student Learning Map)  Complete the summary at the bottom of the paper. (Should basically answer “How is the

 Atmosphere SLM Atmosphere SLM

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