# Physical Science Do Now 8/19/10

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Physical Science Do Now 8/19/10
Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things teachers do to make a class great →agenda, notebook, paper, pencil, open mind! Rules/Procedures/Syllabus Notebook Expectations One-One-Two Minute Partner Share Demonstrations- Thinking Like a Scientist Bottle Demo Textbook Features & Procedures HW- Get your Syllabus/Rules & Expectations Signed

Do Now 8/20/10 For each of the devices above:
1. indicate whether it measures distance, time, or speed. 2. indicate which of the following units are possible for Time, distance, or speed: meters (m), seconds (s), or meters per second (m/s).

Daily Plan 8/20/10 Textbook Introduction- Features & Procedures
Reading Fold-Notes: Measuring Motion p. 365 Distance Displacement Time Average Speed Instantaneous Speed Velocity Acceleration Key Ideas: Section 1 p. 365

Do Now 08/23/10 Copy and Complete!
Understanding Scientific Variables Variable Variable SI Unit SI Unit name symbol name symbol Distance Time Speed Velocity Acceleration

Daily Plan 8/23/10 Finish Trifold “Measuring Motion”
Speed, Distance, & Time calculations Get Formula Sheet Learn the “Egg” Speed Calculations → paper, pencil, calculator, Friday’s tri-fold notes

Physical Science Do Now 8/24/10
→Yesterday’s work “Calculating Distance & Time”, Formula Sheet (Reference Sheet), calculator, pencil Finish Time/Distance/Speed Calculations Lab: “Speed Challenge”

Physical Science Do Now 8/25/10
If it is 800 miles from Brunswick to Philadelphia and you can average 65 mi/hr, how long will it take to drive from Brunswick to Philadelphia? Show all work! Take Note: Notebook Quiz Tomorrow! Pretest Friday! →Formula Sheet, calculator, Speed Lab sheet (HW) Lesson: Frames of Reference Lesson & Practice: Distance/Time Graphs Olympic Speed & Acceleration Videos: “Banking on Speed” & “Downhill Science”

Physical Science Do Now 8/26/10
Prepare for Notebook Quiz →All notes in order by date; calculator; Reference Sheet, notes from 8/25 (yesterday) “Motion” Notebook Quiz Finish Distance-Time Graph Stories (20 minutes) Lesson & Practice: Acceleration (30 minutes) Big Review: Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration Problems (25 minutes) Pretest Tomorrow Quiz Monday- Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration

Physical Science Do Now 8/27/10
Show all work! Round correctly! →Calculator; Reference Sheet; pencil Physical Science Pre-test Big Review: Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration Problems Quiz Monday- Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration

Physical Science Do Now 8/30/10
A whale has to swim 2000 kilometers from coastal Georgia to waters off the coast of Canada. It can swim 84 kilometers/day. How long will it take to get from Georgia to Canada? An airplane is landing. Its velocity is meters/second when its wheels first touch the ground, and it takes 15 seconds to stop after it lands. How fast did it decelerate? → Accel. Word Problems (8/26), Speed, Distance, Time, & Accel. Problems (8/27), Formula Sheet, pencil, calculator Finish Big Review: Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration Problems Quiz Speed, Distance, Time, & Acceleration

Physical Science Daily Plan 8/31/10
Get YOUR book (=seat number), turn to p. 389, and write brief definition or equation (a.k.a. formula) for each of the 10 Key Terms (in the yellow section). Look on p. 389 for most of them! 15 MINUTES! Pick up a crossword puzzle and begin working on it. →pencil, paper (for lab data collection) Video Notes- Newton’s 1st & 2nd Laws of Motion Friction Lab p

Physical Science Do Now 9/1/10
1. Look at the following illustrations, and identify the forces and motion in each one. 2. In which illustration is it likely that no motion will occur? →Formula sheet, crossword 8/30, paper

Physical Science Daily Plan 9/1/10
“Our” ppt & notes, Newton’s 1st & 2nd laws Table cloth demo Problems that use Newtons’ 2nd Law of Motion Concept Review 1st & 2nd laws (include Orbit lesson for #3)

Go Over Homework: Concept Review Newton’s 1st & 2nd Laws of Motion
Do Now 9/2/10 1. If a rocket engine pushes with 9,000 N of force on a 2 kg rocket, how fast will it accelerate? SHOW ALL WORK! →Formula Sheet, Concept Review sheet (9/1), Notes Newton’s Laws of Motion (9/1) Go Over Homework: Concept Review Newton’s 1st & 2nd Laws of Motion #3- Quick Lesson on “Orbit & Newton’s Laws” Pop quiz- Calculations using Newton’s 2nd law Penny-in-a-Cup Lab Quick Lesson: Newton’s Third Law of Motion Learn & do Net Force Problems

→Formula Sheet, blank paper, PREPARE for notebook quiz 2. 1.
Net Force Problems Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? If unbalanced, what is the net force and how much would the object accelerate? →Formula Sheet, blank paper, PREPARE for notebook quiz 12 N 2. 45 N 35 N 1. 45 N 25 kg 25 kg 12 N 3. 18 N 12N 25 kg 4. 1 N 99 N 25 kg

Physical Science Do Now 9/3/10
Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? If unbalanced, what is the net force and how much would the object accelerate? 12 N 2. 99 N 1. 40 N 45 N 25 kg 25 kg 12 N 3. 8 N 16 N 25 kg 4. 17 N 57 N 25 kg

Physical Science Daily Plan 9/3/10
Notebook Quiz! Mass, Weight, and Gravity Lesson & Practice Calculating Your Weight on the Sun, Moon, & Different Planets Video ABC News The Final Frontier Part 1: The Race to the Moon

→ Formula Sheet, calculator, pencil
Do Now 9/7/10 If it is 98 meters from Rm 31 to Rm 48, and you can average 0.98 m/s, how long will it take you to get from Rm 31 to Rm 48? If an armadillo can cover km per day, how far can it travel in 3 days? A dolphin is swimming 4.5 m/s. It senses a fish, and 1.35 seconds later it is swimming 10 m/s. What was its rate of acceleration? If a car engine pushes with 15,500 N of force and the car’s mass is 4200 kilograms, how fast will it accelerate? → Formula Sheet, calculator, pencil →Formula Sheet, all calculation practice sheets, calculator

Unit 1 Review Daily Plan 9/7/10 “Paper practice”
Review game- “Shoot the Hoop”

→Calculator, formula sheet, pencil Test Unit 1
Do Now 9/8/10 1. Please get your book, turn to p. 424 and do “Understanding Concepts” #1-4 (just answers) →Calculator, formula sheet, pencil Test Unit 1 don’t worry, you know this stuff! Plus we’re going to go over it all

1. Think about the properties of ice
1. Think about the properties of ice. Ice is somewhat hard and cannot be compressed easily. Which drawing do you think represents a solid? Explain your answer. 2. Think about the properties of gases. They are not hard and they can be compressed. Which drawing represents a gas? Explain your answer. 3. In which state(s) of matter are the particles touching? 4. In which drawing do you think the particles have the least effect on one another? Explain your answer.

Physical Science Daily Plan 9/9/10
→paper Go over test “Motion & Forces” Ch 3 Lecture: Energy and States of Matter Section 1 slides #5-11 Pre-written notes and Questions: States of matter Comparing Temperature Scales Summarizer chart NO SANDALS FRIDAY!!! (LAB)

Do Now 9/10/10 What happens to water molecules when water boils? Melting snow is a change of state from a solid to a what? What is the reverse process of melting? Pencil, clean sheet of paper Check and go over HW “Comparing…Temperature Scales” Summarizer- States of Matter (a.k.a. Phases of Matter) Lecture/Notes: Phase Change (Ch3 Sec 2 #4-7) Lab Safety Lesson Phase Change Lab

Invisible Steam is pure gas a.k.a. vapor
1/26/10 Invisible Steam is pure gas a.k.a. vapor Visible Steam is tiny, suspended droplets of liquid water

1/26/10

1/26/10

Do Now 9/13/10 Pick up a copy of the States of Matter word search and your book. Write your book number in a permanent place in your notebook. On a separate sheet of paper, write a definition for each of the word find vocabulary words. Pencil, paper, book States of Matter Vocabulary word search Go over Phase Change lab Phases of Matter: Temperature vs Heat Graph Phases of Mater: Pressure vs Temperature Graph

Physical Science Do Now 9/14/10
Think about a fixed quantity of gas, say, 100 trillion molecules of oxygen (O2). If we increased the pressure on it, what would happen to the volume? If we increased the temperature of it, what would happen to the volume? Please copy the two charts below, and complete them with up or down arrows to show increase or decrease, as indicated below. = increase = decrease Volume Pressure Boyle’s Law Volume Temperature Charles’ Law

Physical Science Daily Plan 9/14/10
→ pencil, paper Lesson/Notes: Boyle’s Law and Charles’ Law Vacuum Pump Demonstrations of Boyle’s Law and Charles’ Law Concept Review: Changes of State Concept Review: Behaviors of Gases p

Pencil, 2 paper, calculator Note: Cheeto Lab Tomorrow! No Sandals.
Do Now 9/15/10 If the pressure on a fixed quantity of gas increases, what happens to it’s volume? If the temperature on a fixed quantity of gas increases, what happens to it’s volume? Pencil, 2 paper, calculator Note: Cheeto Lab Tomorrow! No Sandals. Review & Quiz- States of Matter Lesson/ Notes: 3 Types of Heat Transfer (Ch 14 sec 1 vid) Practice: Heat Transfer/ Demo: Convection Box Lesson: Specific Heat Capacity & Calculations (sec 2 side 13) Practice: Specific Heat Capacity Calculations

Physical Science – DO-NOW 09/16
1. What happens to your hand when you place it above a lighted candle? (Assume you are not touching the flame. Explain the energy transfers on the atomic level. Hint: Remember that warm air rises.) 2. When you sit near a fire, you can feel its warmth on your skin, even if the air is cool. Does this sensation depend upon the fact that warm air rises? If not, what does?

Physical Science Do Now 9/16/10
1. A woman puts on her 2.25 gram gold ring. The ring heats up from the room temperature of 20 °C to the room temperature of 34 °C. If the specific heat capacity of gold is 0.13 J/g· °C , how much heat energy did the ring gain? 2. Write which type of heat transfer for each: A. wind B. touching an ice cube C. warming hands beside a fire D. warming hands over a fire 3. Why does the temperature not go up if you add heat energy to boiling water? Hint: what is the additional heat energy being used to do? Pencil, paper, calculator Quiz: Heat Transfer Heat Transfer Lab a.k.a. burning the Cheeto of Science Concept Review- Energy Transfer

Physical Science Do Now 9/17/10
A 3500 gram concrete block sits in the sun. The block heats up from 25°C to 37 °C. If the specific heat capacity of concrete is 0.88J/g· °C , how much heat energy did the block gain? Prepare for Notebook Quiz! Pencil, calculator, organized notebook, formula sheet Notebook Quiz 2 Concept Reviews: “Energy Transfer” and “Land & Sea Breezes” Video: “Planet Weather-Heat”

Physical Science Do Now 9/20/10
Write your own definition of energy. Write a short sentence that describes the difference between potential energy and kinetic energy. Pencil, paper Lesson & Practice: Introduction to Energy Lesson & Practice: Energy Transformations

Physical Science Do Now 9/21/10
1. Copy each, then write which specific form and general type of energy each one is: a. food b. a person writing c. electricity flowing d. light e. a noise f. a rock on a cliff g. heat h. a battery i. stored in atomic nuclei 2. Write the energy transformation that occurs when a Cheeto is burned. Pencil, yesterday’s work “Energy Transformations”, “Review & Reinforcement Heat & Phase Changes” from 9/13.

More Practice: Energy Transformations Accord Commercial
Daily Plan 9/21/10 More Practice: Energy Transformations Accord Commercial Energy Scavenger Hunt HOMEWORK: Study for mini-test tomorrow on Heat Energy & Energy Transformations

Physical Science Do Now 9/22/10
How can zero degrees Celsius be both the freezing point and melting point of water? Calculate the heat energy gained by a 4.75 gram gold ring that goes from 22 ◦C to 37 ◦C when a woman puts it on her finger. The specific heat capacity of gold is 0.13 J/g · °C Pencil, calculator, “Review & Reinforcement Heat & Phase Changes” from 9/13. Honda Accord Commercial: Energy Transformations Energy Present and Future ppt Mini-test: Heat Energy & Energy Transformations

Physical Science Do Now 9/23/10
Imagine throwing a rock into a pond or lake. Describe the effect that the rock has on the surface of the water. What happens to a string on a guitar or other stringed instrument when it is plucked? How does this let you hear it? →pencil, paper, mental alertness Go over yesterday’s test on Energy Intro to Waves—Notes & Videos Wave Demos – Super Slinky Practice with Wave Information

Physical Science Do Now 9/24/10
Copy each type of wave and write if it is mechanical or electromagnetic, ABD if it is transverse or longitudinal. a. Ocean wave b. visible light c. slinky wave d. Sound wave →pencil, paper, mental alertness Speed Video- “World’s Fastest Indian”

Physical Science Do Now 9/27/10
Pick up and complete “Concept Review- Types of Waves (front only for now) →pencil, last week preprinted notes Intro to Waves Wave Interactions – notes & drawings Wave Interactions – questions Other Wave Videos Wave vocabulary: word scramble

Physical Science Do Now 9/28/10
Write the correct wave “behavior” for each (see yesterday’s notes & questions) a. two sound waves “cancel each other out” b. a rain storm makes a rainbow c. you hear an echo d. An ocean wave curves around behind an island →pencil, yesterday’s notes “Wave Interactions”

Physical Science Daily Plan 9/28/10
→paper, pencil, yesterday’s notes “Wave Interactions” Wave Interaction Videos Notes: Sound Waves Inquiry Lab: Wave Interactions Sound Fold Notes

Inquiry Lab 9/27/10 Reflection Refraction Diffraction Interference
Fold your paper into quarters and label (see example to the right) Using the equipment provided, demonstrate, illustrate, and describe each of the 4 behaviors a.k.a. interactions of waves. Reflection Refraction Diffraction Interference

Do Now 2/10/10 Sound must have a medium through which to travel. Through which medium—solid, liquid, or gas—does sound travel the fastest? On a string instrument, such as a guitar or violin, how does one string make different musical notes? Using wave theory, explain how making sound with a wind instrument is essentially the same as making sound with a string instrument.

All waves carry _____ •electromagnetic
Do Now 9/29/10 All waves carry _____ •electromagnetic _____ waves are pure energy. •transverse Mechanical waves require a ___. •longitudinal Sound waves are _____ waves. •energy Ocean waves are _____ waves. •medium →pencil, Notes “Intro to Waves” from 9/23 & “Sound” from 9/28, blank sheet of paper for quiz

Daily Plan 9/29/10 Quick Lesson: The Doppler Effect (Ch 15 Section 2)
Quiz- Intro to Waves & Sound Fold Notes: Sound Video: “World’s Fastest Indian”

Finish “Sound Fold Notes” Paper Cup lab
Do Now 9/30/10 Does sound travel faster through a medium that is more dense or less dense? Why? →pencil, your book, “Sound Fold Notes” from 9/29 Finish “Sound Fold Notes” Paper Cup lab Name That Sound/Waves Concept Map Straw Kazoo Lab

Do Now 10/1/10 Prepare for Notebook Quiz An airplane can be detected by radar. When radio waves strike an airplane, they are reflected back to a detector and the airplane shows up on a radar screen. Explain how stealth airplanes fly through the air without being detected by radar. Radio waves that carry radio station transmissions and gamma rays that destroy cancer cells are both electromagnetic waves. What property makes one wave harmless and the other destructive?

Stealth Fighter F-117A

Stealth B-2 Bomber

Daily Plan 10/1/10 Notebook Quiz Tuning forks Musical Pipes
Lesson/Notes/Questions “What is Light” (front only) Prisms

Physical Science Do Now 10/4/10
Write the colors of the visible spectrum. Matching: 1. see through A. opaque 2. light passes B. transparent 3. blocks all light C. translucent →Pencil, paper, questions from Friday Drawing/Notes: The Electromagnetic Spectrum EM Spectrum Questions Color: Fill-in Notes Color Mixer (if time allows)

Physical Science Do Now 10/5/10
Pick up and write answers in your notebook for “Quiz- Electromagnetic Radiation” SKIP #7 and #8. NOTE- this is an old quiz, it is just for practice, it is not a quiz grade! →Pencil, yesterday’s notes “EM Spectrum” Lesson/Fill-In Notes: “Color” Demo- Color Mixer Test Review….Test tomorrow on Energy & Waves!

Physical Science Do Now 10/6/10
Finish your test review sheet from yesterday. If you are finished, just take it out. →Pencil, HW (review sheet), formula sheet Review: Energy & Waves (15 min) Test: Energy & Waves (75 min)

Physical Science Do Now 10/7/10
Which of the following is an example of work: lifting a brick or carrying a brick? A man pushes against a wall, which doesn’t move. Is this an example of work? A student carries her books to class. Is this an example of work? →pencil, calculator, paper for notes, Formula Sheet Go Over Test on Energy & Waves Lesson/Notes/Calculations: Work! Lesson/Notes/Calculations: Mechanical Advantage

Do Now 10/8/10 1. Determine if work is being done in the following situations: Lifting a spoon to your mouth. Holding a large stack of books over your head motionless. Letting a pencil fall to the ground 2. How much work is done by a person who uses a horizontal force of 25 N to push a desk 3.0 m? →pencil, paper for quiz, calculator, Machines Cornell notes (from yesterday) Quick Quiz-Work Lesson/Notes: Simple Machines (foldable & invention)

COPY! Do Now 10/12/10 1. When you pry up a nail, you “pay” with ________ in order to gain more________. 2. When you lift up dirt into a truck with a shovel , you “pay” with _______ in order to gain more ________. WORD BANK (use each twice)→ •Force •Distance →pencil, paper Practice Identifying Simple Machines The Board of Education (A Huge Lever) Lesson/Practice: Mechanical Advantage of Levers & Inclined Planes

Do Now 10/14/10 If a person has to push with 250 Newtons of force to roll a 500 Newton rock up a ramp, what is the mechanical advantage of the ramp? If a person pulls a 5 cm nail with a 50 cm pry bar, what is the mechanical advantage of the pry bar? For each situation, write “work” or “no work”. Pushing a box across the floor against friction Pushing against a wall that does not move Lifting a heavy box Carrying a heavy box Rolling a heavy box on a cart with frictionless wheels Draw each of the 3 classes of levers

Daily Plan 10/14/10 →pencil, calculator, formula sheet
Review/ Test: Work, Mechanical Advantage, Simple Machines Introduction to Matter: Describing Matter

Do Now 10/15/10 Pick up a copy of “Movement & Forces: Review of Variables & Units” and complete the 1st four rows (Mass, Weight, Length, and Volume) →pencil, calculator, formula sheet Matter inquiry lab: bags of mystery Demonstration: Burning Magnesium Metal Notes: Properties of Matter Foldable: “4-Fold Properties and Changes of Matter” & add vocabulary words

Do Now 10/18/10 Pick up a copy of “Movement & Forces: Review of Variables & Units” and complete the next four rows (Distance - Acceleration) →pencil, calculator, formula sheet Notes: Properties of Matter Foldable: “4-Fold Properties and Changes of Matter” & add vocabulary words Review MIDTERM TOMORROW!!!!!

Do Now 10/19/10 A. odor B. melting ice C. luster D. digesting food
1.. Identify whether the following as Physical Property (PP), Chemical Property (CP), or Physical Change (PC), Chemical Change (CC) A. odor B. melting ice C. luster D. digesting food E. reactivity F. freezing point G. rusting metal FINISH YOUR UNITS REVIEW (force-power) Midterm Review Work, MA & Simple Machine test

Do Now 10/20/10 Take out “Movement & Forces: Review of Variables & Units” and do the next four: distance, speed, velocity, and acceleration. →pencil, paper, calculator, formula sheet, Review of Variables & Symbols Go Over “Movement & Forces: Review of Variables & Units” Mini-Lab: Finding Mass, Volume, & Density Lesson & Practice: Density

Do Now 10/21/10 Finish “Movement & Forces: Review of Variables & Units” REVIEW for Density quiz →pencil, calculator, formula sheet, Review of Variables & Symbols, yesterday’s density problems Go over density problems Density quick quiz Lab: Dunkin’ for Density

Do Now 10/22/10 Pick up crossword puzzle and complete.
Begin Combinations of Matter lesson/questions : Tree Map Inquiry Video! →pencil, calculator, formula sheet, Review of Variables & Symbols, yesterday’s density problems

Do Now 10/25/10 What is the density of a piece of wood that measures 3 cm x 4 cm x 5 cm and has a mass of 66 grams? Will it sink or float in water? What is the density of a rock that raises water in a grad. cylinder from 90 ml to 150 ml and has a mass of 56 grams? Will it sink or float in water? →pencil, notebook, HW (TREE MAP questions) Lesson/Notes/Questions: Combinations of Matter Review HW questions *Understanding Atoms -Introduction to Atomic Structure -Drawing Bohr Models of Atoms

Do Now 10/26/10 A. Copy & fill in the blanks:
The number of _____ = the atomic number. The number of _____ = the atomic mass – the atomic number. The number of _____= the number of protons. Word Bank: ●neutrons ●electrons ●protons Draw two atoms of carbon, one using the “circles & e-” method, and the other using the “P, N, dot method. →pencil, homework, Periodic Table of the Elements Check Homework “Atomic Structures” (both sides)

Do Now 10/27/10 Draw “P, N, dot” Bohr Models of one atom of the elements Neon & Potassium GET READY FOR QUICK QUIZ!!!!!!! →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements (PTE), Candy atom lab. DO NOT EAT ANY CANDY UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO!!!!!!

Do Now 10/28/10 Get out Valence electron sheet. We will go over……
Test tomorrow!!! →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements (PTE), Matter Tree Map, Matter 4-Fold (Chemical vs Physical), Concept Review from 10/21 Self-Check: Matter 4-Fold (Chemical vs Physical) Discovery Lesson: Valence Electrons & the PTE Study Guide for Matter & Atoms Test Friday

Do Now 10/29/10 Draw a Bohr diagram of each of the following atoms, including the element symbol, protons, neutrons & electrons in their proper places, and the number of valence electrons. O  Mg →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements (PTE) Test Matter & Atoms

Do Now 11/1/10 Finish Chemical Symbol Parade! →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements, Lesson & Practice: The Periodic Table of the Elements

Do Now 11/2/10 Name the group number, family name, period number, and number of valence electrons for each of the following elements: Ca S Li Cl Kr →pencil, YOUR BOOK, PTE from yesterday (with notes on it), HW “Interpreting the PTE” Go over homework “Interpreting the periodic Table” Quick Lab, p. 160, “Cost of Metals” (CW grade) Lesson/ Practice “Lewis Dot Structures”

Do Now 11/2/10 Using only your periodic table, tell how many valence electrons each element has: A. Be B. Si C. Ne D. Br →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements, Lesson & Practice: The Periodic Table of the Elements continued Cost of Minerals lab Lewis Dot structure

Do Now 11/3/10 Find phosphorous on your Periodic Table. How many electron energy levels would be filled and how many valence electrons? What is the smallest piece of an element that is still that element? _____ Write down the Lewis Dot Structure for phosphorous →Pencil, paper, PTE (plain copy), last night’s HW “Lewis Structures/Periodic Table Basics”

Daily Plan 11/3/10 Lewis Dot Speed Drills Isotopes- notes Isotopes- popcorn reading Isotope drawings/with Stable Isotope Periodic Table Practice- “Isotopes or Different Elements?”

Speed Drill! Lewis Structures Practice 1. Na P N Ne

1. Why is the Periodic Table of Elements……… periodic?
Daily Plan 11/4/10 1. Why is the Periodic Table of Elements……… periodic? Write one complete sentence that describes the relationship between the structure of atoms (think about Bohr Models) and how the Periodic Table of the elements is arranged into rows called periods. Isotope quick quiz Half-life lesson ( Listen and Learn)

1. Be Al K Pb 2. As Mg Ca Cl 3. Ar Kr C Xe Speed Drill!
Lewis Structures 1. Be Al K Pb 2. As Mg Ca Cl 3. Ar Kr C Xe

Quick quiz: Isotope (11/4/10)
Write different element or isotope and tell what element! 1.Element X has 8 protons and 8 neutrons Element Y has 9 protons and 8 neutrons. 2. Element A has 17 protons and 18 neutrons. Element B has 17 protons and 17neutrons. 3. Element D has an atomic number of 92 with a mass number of 238. Element E has an atomic number of 92 with a mass number of 138.

Do Now 11/5/10 The fictitious radioactive isotope curilium-40 has a half-life of 25 years. How old is a piece of wood with ¼ of it’s curilium-40 remaining? →pencil, paper, HW: “Radioisotope Dating” Notebook quiz Half-life practice problems (3 sets of problems)-go over Computer time: review atomic structure & PTE

Notebook check 6: 11/1-5 On the do-now 11/2, what is the answer to question #1 for Li? What is the number of valence electrons for Si? Draw the Lewis Dot structure for Si. On the do-now for 11/3, what is the answer to #2? What is the definition for isotope? ( notes given on 11/3? What is the answer to the do-now on 11/4?

Do Now 11/8/10 The fictitious radioactive isotope cartoonium-98 has a half-life of 40 years. How old is a piece of wood with 1/32 of it’s cartoonium-98 remaining? →pencil Quick Lesson/Notes: “3 Types of Ionizing Radiation” Quick Lesson/Notes: “3 Types of Nuclear Changes” Nuclear Power Plant Diagram Challenge

Do Now 11/9/10 EOCT test practice : Write question and correct answer
Fission/Fusion notes Finish worksheet # 11-17 3-2-1 Nuclear Radiation Today pg

Turn to Chapter 10 Section 3 p Scan through this section and choose which page you want to read. READ every word on the page you chose Write a about what you have read: 3- facts that you learned 2- questions that you have after reading 1- thing that surprised you the most We will “popcorn share” your 3-2-1s

11/10/10 Pick up Hiroshima video worksheet
Get ready to watch video : sharpen pencils etc.

Do Now 11/12/10 Atoms of the same element with different # of neutrons. The amount of time it takes for ½ of the atoms of a radioactive isotope to decay. What is the difference between Carbon-12 and Carbon-13? What is the same? The half-life of Palladium-100 is 4 days. If you have a sample of Paladium-100 with 1/16 of its atoms remaining, how old is it? Fusion or Fission: A. Powered the first atomic bombs. B. Powers the sun C. Splitting atoms D. Combining atoms

Do-now cont. 11/12 Review materials for quiz/test (Quest)
Finish Hiroshima video NCIS episode and how it relates (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=174tQ_S8iYQ) H-bomb images

Do Now 11/15/10 Try to figure these out by remembering prior knowledge
A homogeneous mixture, with one part dissolved into the other. The substance that dissolves the other one. The substance that is dissolved into the other one. The maximum amount of solute that will dissolve into the solvent. *solute *solvent *solution *solubility Lessons/Practice: Solutions Lesson/Practice Solubility curve Lessons/Practice: pH pH Lab?

Do Now 11/16/10 1.Pick up Solubility graph worksheet and complete.
2. Study voc from Basics of Solutions worksheet for quick quiz. Quick quiz Review HW Lessons/Practice: pH pH Lab

Quick quiz 11/16/10 The maximum amount of solute that will dissolve into the solvent. The substance that dissolves the other one. The substance that is dissolved into the other one. Give an example of a concentrated solution.

Do Now 11/17/10 1.Pick up Crossword puzzle and complete ( Voc from Basics of Solutions worksheet) 2. Study voc from pH worksheet for quick quiz. pH Practice Review HW Lessons/Practice/ Demo: Conductivity

Do Now 11/18/10 1.Pick up Crossword puzzle and complete ( Voc from Basics of Solutions worksheet) 2. Turn over Crossword & take Quiz- Conductivity of Solutions →pencil, yesterday’s pH lab pH Practice Open-everything “Test”: Atomic Nucleus & Solutions: Silent 30, Partner 30 HW: EOCT Part I

pH Practice If the solution has a pH of 14, it is a strong _________________. If the solution has a pH of 0, it is a strong _________________. If the solution has a pH of 7, it is __________________.

11/19/10 Grab book, get out notes and materials.
Re-do ( fix missed questions) Nuclear and Solutions Test EOCT Bingo

Do Now 11/22/10 For each element, write how many valence electrons it has and what ion will form. Chlorine Oxygen Nitrogen Lithium Beryllium Hydrogen Potassium Sodium Aluminum Carbon Calcium Magnesium Flourine Bromine Ions Lesson/Practice Covalent/Ionic Bond lesson/practice Bingo?

Do Now 11/23/10 COPY and fill in, using the word bank: “_______are atoms with positive or negative electric charge because they have gained or lost _______ ; _______ are atoms of the same element with different mass because they have different numbers of ________.” •neutrons •electrons •ions •isotopes

Do Now 11/29/10 How many valence electrons does Bismuth have?
Draw the Bohr diagram of Chlorine? Count the atoms of each element in these compound: a. H2SO4 b. CO2 c. Ca(OH)2 Lesson: Ionic/Covalent Bonding Lesson: Binary Ionic Compounds

C19H14O5S CaCl2 NaHCO3 MgO CO2 Al2O3 C6H12O6 AgNO3
Do Now 12/2/10 Copy & Tell whether each of the following compounds are held together with covalent bonds or ionic bonds C19H14O5S CaCl2 NaHCO3 MgO CO2 Al2O3 C6H12O6 AgNO3

Do Now 3/8/10 Write down and memorize this extremely important series of numbers: “2-8-8” Take the sheet “Understanding Different Combinations of Matter” (Notes on back) and do the questions on the front. →pencil, Friday’s sheet “Understanding Combinations of Matter *Finish Combinations of Matter *Understanding Atoms -Introduction to Atomic Structure -Drawing Bohr Models of Atoms

Do Now 3/10/10 Pick up and complete “Atomic Structure”, FRONT SIDE ONLY (for now). →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements, Physical Science Reference Sheet (formulas), calculator *Mid-term Benchmark test -Focus, but don’t worry *Candy Bohr Models

Do Now 3/11/10 Take out and complete the back side of “Atomic Structure” Take out HW “Building Atoms” on back side of “Candy Models” sheet. →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements, HW *Lesson/Practice: “Valence Electrons” -YOU MUST WORK ACROSS, NOT DOWN *More Practice: “Atom Basics” *Crossword Puzzle: “Mid-term review”

Do Now 3/12/10 Answer this question with a complete sentence: Explain why we start a new row on the periodic table, in terms of the structure of atoms. →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements *Word Puzzle Activity: Chemical Symbol Parade *Mind Point Quiz Show *Olympic Physics Videos

Do Now 3/16/10 Draw a complete Bohr model of each of the following elements, and write how many valence electrons each element has in one atom. Carbon Oxygen Helium Magnesium →pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements, all notes from Matter & Atoms (including “Phys. & Chem. Properties & Changes 4-Fold” & “Density Calcs.”) *Test Tomorrow on Intro to Matter (Phys. & Chem. Properties & Changes; Density; Intro to Atoms) *Individual Review/Study Guide *MindPoint Quiz Game Review Ch 4- Atoms

Do Now 3/17/10 A rock lowered into a graduated cylinder raises the water level from 135 ml to 150 ml. If the mass of the rock is 16.5 g, what is the density of the rock? Will it sink or float in water? How do you know? →pencil, completed Study Guide, Periodic Table of the Elements (PTE), Formula Sheet, calculator Last Minute Questions Test: Introduction to Matter and Atomic Structure Lesson: Introduction to the Periodic Table of the Elements (PTE)

Do Now 3/18/10 Name the group number, family name, and period number for each of the following elements: Ca S Li Cl Kr →pencil, PTE from yesterday (with notes on it) Go Over Test- Intro to Matter & Atoms Finish Lesson “Intro to the PTE” Practice: “Interpreting the PTE” and “Using the PTE” Quick Lab, p. 160, “Cost of Metals” (CW grade)

Prepare for Notebook Quiz →pencil, notebook
Do Now 3/19/10 Pick up a practice sheet and do everything but the Lewis Structure for each element. You can do it; figure it out! Prepare for Notebook Quiz →pencil, notebook Notebook Quiz Learn/Practice Lewis Structures Pull it all together with “Periodic Table Basics” Quick Lab p. 160 “Cost of Metals”

Smallest piece of an element that is still that element? _____
Do Now 3/22/10 Find phosphorous on your Periodic Table. How many electron energy levels would be filled and how many valence electrons? Smallest piece of an element that is still that element? _____ Write down the Lewis Dot Structure for phosphorous →Pencil, PTE (plain copy) Lewis Dot speed drills Isotopes – popcorn reading Isotope drawings/with Isotope periodic table Practice- “Isotopes or Different Elements?”

Speed Drill! Lewis Structures Practice 1. Na P N Ne

1. Be Al K Pb 2. As Mg Ca Cl 3. Ar Kr C Xe Speed Drill!
Lewis Structures 1. Be Al K Pb 2. As Mg Ca Cl 3. Ar Kr C Xe

Write the definition of an isotope.
Do Now 3/23/10 Write the definition of an isotope. If element “Z” has 35 protons and 45 neutrons and element “Y” has 35 protons and 46 neutrons, are these two different elements or two different isotopes of the same element? Explain →pencil, BOOK!, paper, your BEST concentration Half-life drawings & % Half-life graph introduction (radioactive decay) Half-life (detailed) worksheet – chunk & group it! Introduce half-life: quick lab pg. 335

Do Now 3/24/10 The fictitious radioactive isotope curilium-40 has a half-life of 25 years. How old is a piece of wood with ¼ of it’s curilium-40 remaining? →pencil, paper, “Radioisotope Dating” Half-life practice problems (3 sets of problems) Quick Lesson/Notes: “3 Types of Ionizing Radiation”

Take out your notebooks- the quiz is open note!
Do Now 3/26/10 Take out your notebooks- the quiz is open note! →pencil, All notes from this week Quiz Atomic Nuclei- Isotopes, Half-Life, Radioactivity, Fission, Fusion, and Nuclear Power Video- Hiroshima

Do Now 4/8/10 Out for field trip, did EOCT test review out of the book and a crossword puzzle review

Do Now 4/9/10 Copy and remember these simple pH facts:
0 is a strong acid, 7 is neutral, 14 is a strong base “base turns blue” Demo/Lesson/Practice “Electrical Conductivity” Demo/Lesson/Practice “pH” pH Lab

Do Now 4/12/10 Take out your colored periodic table and all notes/practice sheets about isotopes, radiation (alpha, beta, gamma), nuclear changes (radioactive decay, fission, fusion), half-life, solutions, conductivity, and pH Review Test- Atomic Nuclei and Solutions

Do Now 4/13/10 Pick up a copy of “Making Predictions” complete the front…remember that all atoms “want” a full valence electron level! Take out any periodic table that you have. Lesson- Ions Practicing Ions Lesson- What holds matter together? Ionic & Covalent Bonds “Making Predictions” & “Bond Identification” Notes: Number Symbols in Chemistry

Do Now 4/14/10 Pick up and complete the test review sheet. Do all questions, even though you may not be sure of al of them! Lesson/Practice- “Counting Atoms” Lesson/Notes- “Binary Ionic Compounds” Practice- “Binary Ionic Compounds” Practice- “Putting it All Together- Predicting Ions and Binary Ionic Compounds”

•neutrons •electrons •ions •isotopes
Do Now 4/15/10 COPY and fill in, using the word bank: “_______are atoms with positive or negative electric charge because they have gained or lost _______ ; _______ are atoms of the same element with different mass because they have different numbers of ________.” •neutrons •electrons •ions •isotopes Review/Practice Binary Ionic compounds Lesson/Practice- “Polyatomic Ions” “Last Chance to Really Understand Ionic Compounds” Quiz “Ions & Ionic Compounds”

Do “atom counts” for each of the following:
Do Now 4/16/10 Do “atom counts” for each of the following: Mg(NO3)2 2Mg(NO3)2 (NH4)2CO3 Notes: Chemical Reactions Practice- 4 Types of Chemical Reactions Lesson/Practice- Balancing Chemical Reactions

→Periodic Table, Polyatomic ion reference sheet
Do Now 4/19/10 Do “atom counts” for each of the following: Fe2O4 2Fe2O4 Al2(SO4)3 3Al2(SO4)3 →Periodic Table, Polyatomic ion reference sheet Review & Practice Balancing Chemical Equations EOCT/Grad Test Review

C19H14O5S CaCl2 NaHCO3 MgO CO2 Al2O3 C6H12O6 AgNO3
Do Now 4/20/10 Tell whether each of the following compounds are held together with covalent bonds or ionic bonds C19H14O5S CaCl2 NaHCO3 MgO CO2 Al2O3 C6H12O6 AgNO3

Review- Chemistry in Motion Test- Chemistry in Motion
Daily Plan 4/20/10 Review- Chemistry in Motion Test- Chemistry in Motion Vocabulary Preview- Electricity

→ Pencil, calculator Do Now 4/21/10
Which do you think has more power, a small river flowing very fast or a big river flowing slowly? → Pencil, calculator Demonstration: Current Electricity Generator Lesson/Notes: Introduction to Electricity Tree Map Practice: Electricity Calculations: Ohm’s Law

→ Pencil, calculator Do Now 4/22/10
Pick up and complete 2 current electricity practice sheets → Pencil, calculator Lesson/Demo: Static Electricity Practice: Static Electricity Practice Quiz: Electricity Quiz?

Do Now 4/23/10 1. Copy this chart and list the symbol, the unit, and the symbol for the unit for each of the following: Symbol? Unit? Symbol for the Unit? Voltage Current Resistance 2. If a fan draws 3 amperes of current on a 120 volt circuit, what is the resistance of the fan? Show work! 3. How much 12 volt current will a car stereo draw if the stereo has 1.5 Ohms of resistance? Show work!

Review for EOCT: USA Testprep in Media Center
Daily Plan 4/23/10 Review: Electricity Quiz: Electricity Review for EOCT: USA Testprep in Media Center

Do Now 4/26/10 1. Write each set of SI units in order from smallest to biggest and write what property of matter each set measures (volume, mass, or length) meter, kilometer, millimeter, centimeter milliliter, liter, deciliter, kiloliter kilogram, gram, centigram, milligram 2. If goonium-40 has a half life of 15 years, how old is a sample that has 1/8 of its goonium-40 remaining?

Lesson/Notes- Magnetism Practice- Electricity & Magnetism
Daily Plan 4/26/10 Demo- Magnetic Fields Lesson/Notes- Magnetism Practice- Electricity & Magnetism

USA Testprep review (Media Center)
Do Now 4/27/10 If a lost dog can cover 50 km per day, how far can it travel in 3 days? Show all work! S = D/T Brainium-98 has a half life of 5000 years. A mammoth bone starts out with 200 atoms of Brainium-98. If it is found 10,000 years later, how many atoms of Brainium-98 will it contain? → Pencil Test review Electromagnet lab USA Testprep review (Media Center)

Physical Science Do Now 4/28/10
Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? If unbalanced, what is the net force and how much would the object accelerate? →Formula Sheet, Periodic Table, Calculator 12 N 2. 45 N 35 N 1. 45 N 25 kg 25 kg 12 N 3. 18 N 12N 25 kg 4. 1 N 99 N 25 kg

Review for Chapter Test: Electricity & Magnetism…Shoot the Hoop.
Do Now 4/29/10 A car light bulb draws 4 amperes of current. If all cars run on 12 volt electricity, what is the resistance of the light bulb? V=IR Is the light bulb in #1 running on Alternating Current or Direct Current? → Pencil, calculator Review for Chapter Test: Electricity & Magnetism…Shoot the Hoop. Chapter Test: Electricity & Magnetism Look at Iceland volcano pictures

Go over Chapter Test: Electricity & Magnetism
Do Now 4/30/10 Convert m to mm Convert 165 ml to liters Convert km to centimeters Convert 200 meters to mm Convert 23.6 meters to km → Pencil Go over Chapter Test: Electricity & Magnetism Plan semester celebration for next Friday USAtestprep in Media Center: Finish “Chemistry-Chemical Reactions & Properties of Matter”, then play USAtestprep games.

Do Now 5/3/10 Take out your Physical Science Reference sheet (“formula sheet”) and your Periodic Table. Look them over and write down at least 3 topics that you would like to review before the EOCT on Wednesday & Thursday Open Review Phy Sci Land

7a. 7b. 7c → Pencil, “formula sheet”, Periodic Table, USA Testprep sheet RISE review Open review USA Testprep

Get a calculator, sit down, and relax → Pencil
Do Now 5/5/10 Get a calculator, sit down, and relax → Pencil Physical Science EOCT Part 1

Get a calculator, sit down, and relax → Pencil
Do Now 5/6/10 Get a calculator, sit down, and relax → Pencil Physical Science EOCT Part 2

→Only Positive Thoughts Year end celebration!
Do Now 5/7/10 Sit down & relax →Only Positive Thoughts Year end celebration!

Daily Plan 09/09/09 Videos: Tsunami, Tacoma Narrows Bridge, Rogue waves Properties of Sound – fold-notes booklet pg. 542 Practice: Name that sound Inquiry lab: pitch: straws – Kazoos *** We need Dixie cups (paper) and fishing line for a lab on Friday ***

Physical Science Do Now 8/14/09
List the three types of friction that we discussed yesterday Last chance: Prepare your notebook for the notebook quiz! Put all of your papers & assignments in order, by date, from the first day of school. →lab tray, calculator, Friction Lab data sheet, DT Graphs & the Stories They Tell Finish Friction Lab Lecture/Discussion/Cornell Notes: Forces, Friction, & Motion Notebook Quiz Distance/Time Graphs & The Stories They Tell Crossword Puzzle: Motion

Physical Science Do Now 8/17/09
Do Chapter Review questions # p →textbook, calculator Newtonian Demonstrator Cornell Notes/Powerpoint Lecture: Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion Concept Review Sheet Inertia Demonstration 25 Word Summarizer (every word counts… use rewriting!)

Physical Science Daily Plan 8/18/09
A marble is rolling around in the back of a small toy wagon as the wagon is pulled along the sidewalk. When the wagon is stopped suddenly by a rock under one of the wheels, the marble rolls toward the front of the wagon. Why does the marble keep going when the wagon stops? (Hint: Consider what it takes to change the velocity of the wagon and the marble.) →assigned book, calculator, last night’s HW (Newton’s Laws), Newtons Laws Concept Review (yesterday’s classwork) Review Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion Newton’s Laws concept review Quick Quiz For Understanding Penny cup mini lab pg. 398 Newton’s Laws calculations Net Force problems – group work & come to board

Physical Science Do Now 8/19/09
Are the forces balanced or unbalanced? If unbalanced, what is the net force and how much would the object accelerate? 12 N 2. 45 N 35 N 1. 45 N 25 kg 25 kg 12 N 3. 18 N 12N 25 kg 4. 1 N 99 N 25 kg

Physical Science Do Now 8/19/09
→Last Night’s HW: Applied Net Force Problems Applied Net Force Problems Fettuccini Physics Lab Lesson: Gravity

Physical Science Do Now 8/20/09
Be in a seat and absolutely silent by the time the bell rings! →Pencil, calculator 15 minute grace period- Fettuccini Physics lab Mini-Lecture: Gravity (no notes) Practice: Calculating weight, given mass and acceleration due to gravity Mini-Lecture: Calculating weight in different places Collaborative pairs: Calculating Weight on Different Planets

Physical Science Do Now 8/21/09
If a car goes from 0 mi/hr to 60 mi per hour in 6 seconds, what was the rate of acceleration? If a 50 Newton force pushes on a 5 kg object, what is the rate of acceleration? Get notebook ready for notebook quiz! →Pencil, Calculator, assigned BOOK Notebook Quiz Review! Unit 1 Test—Force & Motion

1. Think about the properties of ice
1. Think about the properties of ice. Ice is somewhat hard and cannot be compressed easily. Which drawing do you think represents a solid? Explain your answer. 2. Think about the properties of gases. They are not hard and they can be compressed. Which drawing represents a gas? Explain your answer. 3. In which state(s) of matter are the particles touching? 4. In which drawing do you think the particles have the least effect on one another? Explain your answer.

Physical Science Daily Plan 8/24/09
→Pencil, paper, assigned BOOK Go Over Test Ch 3 Lecture: Energy and States of Matter Pre-written notes and Questions: States of matter Phase change diagram Summarizer p. 76 (finish for homework)

Physical Science Daily Plan 8/25/09
What happens to water molecules when water boils? Melting snow is a change of state from a solid to a what? What is the reverse process of melting? Compare the properties of ice, liquid water, and water vapor. Pencil, paper, last night’s HW (comparison table) Lessons, notes, demos: Properties of Gases!

Physical Science Do Now 8/26/09
What do we call each of the following changes: -solid to liquid -liquid to gas -solid to gas -liquid to solid -gas to liquid Pencil, paper, yesterday’s notes “Properties of Gases”, calculator Review & Demos: Boyle’s and Charles’ Laws Quiz: Phases of Matter and Properties of Gases Lecture/Notes: Temperature Scales Lecture/Practice: Calculating Specific Heat Capacity

Physical Science Do Now 8/27/09
Compare a cup with 100 ml of water at 99 °C and a tub with 10,000 ml of water at 45 °C. Which one has a higher average kinetic energy? Which one contains more thermal energy (heat)? Pencil, paper, yesterday’s classwork “Calculating Heat Gained or Lost”, calculator Finish yesterday’s calculations Heat Transfer Mini-lecture & Practice Heat Transfer Application: Sea & Land Breezes Concept Review: Energy Transfer Lab Safety

Physical Science – DO-NOW 08/28
2. What happens to your hand when you place it above a lighted candle? (Assume you are not touching the flame. Explain the energy transfers on the atomic level. Hint: Remember that warm air rises.) 3. When you sit near a fire, you can feel its warmth on your skin, even if the air is cool. Does this sensation depend upon the fact that warm air rises?

Physical Science Do Now 8/31/09
Pick Up do-now in front of room and complete! (Review of Motion) Pencil, calculator, brain, book REVIEW Motion! Motion Misconceptions sheet: Divide and Conquer then present! Review PE/KE through drawing KE/PE Powerpoint Identify PE/KE through real-world application (go outside)

Physical Science Do Now 9/1/09
A woman puts on her 2.25 gram gold ring. The ring heats up from the room temperature of 23 °C to her body temperature of 37 °C. If the specific heat capacity of gold is 0.13 J/g· °C , how much heat energy did the ring gain? Write which type of heat transfer for each: A. wind C. warming hands beside a fire B. touching an ice cube D. warming hands over a fire 3. Why does the temperature not go up if you add heat energy to boiling water? Hint: what is the additional heat energy being used to do? Pencil, calculator

Physical Science Daily Plan 9/1/09
Intro/Review- Types of energy: Potential & Kinetic Powerpoint/notes- Types of energy: PE & KE Law of Conservation of Energy Quick Notes: Forms of energy Application: Identifying Types & Forms of Energy (Outside…no whining!)

Physical Science Do Now 9/2/09
Take a “Review & Reinforcement” sheet from the front table and complete it. →pencil, all three sheets from yesterday: Energy notes, Recognizing Potential & Kinetic Energy, Energy Transformations Review/re-teach energy types & forms Learn/Practice Energy Transformations Quiz- Energy: Types, Forms, & Transformations Read section 1 in Chap 15 (pgs ) Do classification chart pg. 504

Physical Science Do Now 9/3/09
IF YOUR WERE NOT HERE YESTERDAY, get from the front table and complete “Review & Reinforcement: Kinetic & Potential Energy” (front) Which type and form of energy is a piece of charcoal? →pencil, previous sheets “Energy Transformations” and “Review & Reinforcement: Kinetic & Potential Energy” Review/re-teach energy types & forms Learn/Practice Energy Transformations Quiz- Energy: Types, Forms, & Transformations Demonstration: Intro to Waves

Physical Science Do Now 9/4/09
Write out 2 energy transformations that describe how the woofer in a speaker makes “bass”. Draw the following: A. two parallel lines B. two perpendicular lines →pencil, paper Demonstration: Intro to Waves Cornell Notes: Intro to Waves Practice with Waves Waves Classification Table

Physical Science Do Now 9/8/09
High energy waves have _________ wavelength and _________ frequency. Low energy waves have _________ wavelength and _________ frequency. Word Bank: *long *short *high *low →pencil, paper, book Notebook Quiz Cornell Notes: Behaviors of Waves Application: Behaviors of Waves Inquiry Activity: Behaviors of Waves

Physical Science Do Now 9/9/09
In the diagram, A is the distance from a point on one wave to an identical point on the next wave. What might this distance be called? In the diagram, B is the amplitude of a wave. What do you think this is a measure of? Twenty waves pass by a point in a certain amount of time. Would this be a measure of a wave’s speed or frequency?

Daily Plan 09/09/09 Videos: Tsunami, Tacoma Narrows Bridge, Rogue waves Properties of Sound – fold-notes booklet pg. 542 Practice: Name that sound Inquiry lab: pitch: straws – Kazoos *** We need Dixie cups (paper) and fishing line for a lab on Friday ***

Physical Science Do Now 09/10/09
All waves carry _____ •electromagnetic _____ waves are pure energy •transverse Mechanical waves require a ___. •longitudinal Sound waves are _____ waves. •energy Ocean waves are _____ waves. •medium →pencil, pre-printed notes “Introduction to Waves”, exercises “Name That Sound”

Physical Science Daily Plan 09/10/09
Name That Sound Doppler Effect Demonstration/ppt Doppler Effect Quiz: Waves & Sound Sound Lab- Straw Kazoos (Resonance Frequency) Sound Lab- Musical Pipes (Resonance Frequency) Complete Fold Notes: The Doppler Effect

Physical Science Do Now 09/11/09
Please draw how you think the following wave would look like? 1. Loud, high pitched tire squeal 2. An elephant grumbling softly 3. Loud bass notes 4. A mouse squeaking quietly →Pencil, Sound Fold Notes, Book

Physical Science Daily Plan 09/11/09
Complete SOUND Fold Notes CONCEPT REVIEW HANDOUT—CH 15 NB Quiz #5: 9/08-11 Dixie Cups/ Tuning Forks Crossword Puzzle—WAVES Energy TEST –Wednesday, 9/16

Physical Science Do Now 9/14/09
1. Answer this question in your own words: “What is light?” 2. A prism bends light into the colors of the rainbow, name this type of wave interaction. →Pencil, book, a calm & focused mind, HW “Concept Review- Wave Interactions (front) & Types of Waves” “What is Light” Handout & Questions EM Spectrum—Drawing & Questions p EM Wave questions Read “How do Cell Phones Work” p.559

Physical Science Do Now 9/15/09
Write the colors of the visible spectrum. You should be able to do this from memory. Matching: 1. see through A. opaque 2. light passes B. transparent 3. blocks all light C. translucent →Pencil, paper Lessons/Activities: Seeing Colors

Physical Science Do Now 9/16/09
1. Pick up the “Energy Language” handout & a Bingo card. Pick 24 words & write them on the BINGO template. ****EM SPECTRUM—Pass up →Pencil, Calculator, paper for Bingo chips, STUDY!!!! *BINGO *ENERGY TEST

Physical Science Do Now 9/17/09
You may not think of a door as a simple machine, but it is one. The door functions like a lever. Like other levers, when you exert a force on it (an input force a.k.a. effort force), that force is exerted along the entire door (the output force a.k.a. resistance force). Pick up a copy of the Do Now Questions at the front!

Physical Science Do Now 9/18/09
1. Determine if work is being done in the following situations: Lifting a spoon to your mouth. Holding a large stack of books over your head motionless. Letting a pencil fall to the ground 2. How much work is done by a person who uses a horizontal force of 25 N to push a desk 3.0 m? →Pencil, calculator, paper, HW “Reflections on Waves & Energy Test” -Review Simple Machines, Calculate MA, ARM model, BOE

Physical Science Do Now 9/21/09
Pick up a book, a calculator, and a the front and begin working on it. →pencil, book, calculator, Friday’s work (calculating mechanical advantage of inclined planes & levers) Finish/go over MA calcs: inclined planes & levers Ppt: Wheel & Axle & Pulley MA calculations with pulleys Inquiry Activity: Making an Arm Model

Do Now 9/22/09 Pick up and staple together “Identifying Simple Machines” & “Concept Review”, with “Identifying Simple Machines” on top Complete these (15 minutes). Get Busy! →pencil Go Over Do Now (20 min. total) Discuss Tomorrow’s “Mini-Test” (5 min) Finish Arm Model (15 min) Clever Lever Lab (20 Min) Simple Machines Scavenger Hunt (30)

Use each word twice: •force •distance
Do Now 09/23/09 1. When you pry up a nail, you “pay” with ________ in order to gain more________. 2. When you lift up dirt into a truck with a shovel , you “pay” with _______ in order to gain more ________. Use each word twice: •force •distance →pencil, Formula Sheet, calculator, all notes & exercises about Work, Simple Machines, & Mechanical Advantage Review- Work, Simple Machines, Mechanical Advantage Test-Work, Simple Machines, Mechanical Advantage Scientific Method- Independent & Dependent Variables: Mythbusters Videos

1. Take a copy of “Movement & Forces Review…”
Do Now 09/24/09 1. Take a copy of “Movement & Forces Review…” 2. Complete the first 4 variables (mass, weight, length, volume), working across. →pencil, book Go Over Test-Work, Simple Machines, Mechanical Advantage Cornell Notes- Chemical Properties, Physical Properties, Chemical Changes, Physical Changes 4-Corner Fold- see p. 657 Review – Properties & Changes in Matter

1. Get out your Do Now from yesterday, “Movement & Forces Review…”
2. Complete the next 4 variables (distance, speed, velocity, acceleration), working across. →pencil, calculator, formula sheet, 4-corner project: Notebook Quiz Add new examples to 4-corner Density Lesson Density Practice Density inquiry Activity

1. Get out your DO NOW from yesterday, “Movement & Forces Review…”
2. Complete the last 3 variables (force, work, & power), working across. →pencil, calculator, HW Density Calculations # 1-9 Finish Density Calculations Lesson- Types & Combinations of Matter Practice- Understanding Combinations of Matter Concept Reviews- Classifying Matter & Properties of Matter

2. memorize this number sequence: “2-8-8”
Do Now 09/29/09 1. Complete both sides of “Physical & Chemical Properties” (15 minutes) 2. memorize this number sequence: “2-8-8” →pencil, HW “Concept Review Classifying Matter/Properties of Matter” Cornell Notes- Introduction to Atoms Practice- Intro to Atoms Practice Drawing Atoms BRING A BAG OF SKITTLES BY THURSDAY TO BUILD ATOMIC MODELS WITH!

1. Pick up and complete the crossword puzzle “Atomic Structure”
Do Now 09/30/09 1. Pick up and complete the crossword puzzle “Atomic Structure” →pencil, HW atom drawings #1-16 (Hydrogen –Sulfur) Quiz-sub-atomic particles Atomic structure exercises Races: atom building Introduce valence electrons BRING A BAG OF SKITTLES BY TOMORROW TO BUILD ATOMIC MODELS WITH!

Do Now 10/01/09 Pick up & complete the handout Atomic Structure
Copy & complete this sentence: “________ go ‘up and down’, while __________ go ‘back and forth’.” word bank: •columns •rows →pencil, pencil, periodic table **BAG OF M&Ms or SKITTLES out on your DESK** Lesson & Practice: Valence Electrons “Candy Models of Atomic Structure” LAB **HW: STUDY!!! Matter & Atomic Structure Test TOMORROW, FRIDAY, 10/2/09

Do Now 10/02/09 Draw a complete Bohr model of each of the following elements, and write how many valence electrons each element has in one atom. Carbon Oxygen Helium Magnesium →pencil, periodic table, formula sheet, 4-Corner Review- Mindpoint Quiz Show Test Properties of Matter & Atomic Structure **HW: Get ready to have fun AND stiLl keep learning next week!

Do Now 10/05/09 Pick up a copy of the Mid Term Review Puzzle and complete →pencil, periodic table Review- Mid-term Benchmark Test Tomorrow Lesson & Practice- The Periodic Table **

Pick up & complete “Why is the Periodoc Table…Periodic?”
Do Now 10/6/09 Pick up & complete “Why is the Periodoc Table…Periodic?” →pencil, “illustrated” Periodic Table, Study Notes to Review Go over Matter & Atomic Structure Test MidTerm

For each of the following elements, describe:
Do Now 10/6/09 For each of the following elements, describe: A. Group # B. Family “name” C. Period # D. Metal, Metalloid, or Nonmetal • Sodium • Silicon • Chlorine • Neon →pencil, “illustrated” Periodic Table, Study Notes to Review Go over Matter & Atomic Structure Test MidTerm

Do Now 10/7/09 Open your book to p160, “Quick Lab: The Cost of Metals.” Procedure # 1 & 2, Analysis # 1 & 2. Take out a clean sheet of paper, begin working on the activity. Follow the directions. (20 minutes) →pencil, textbook, “illustrated” Periodic Table, “Why is the Periodic Table Periodic?”, & “Valence Electrons” Periodic Table Basics Lewis-Dot Structures

Do Now 10/8/09 For each of the following elements, describe:
A. Group # B. Family “name” C. Period # D. Metal, Metalloid, or Nonmetal • Sodium • Silicon • Chlorine • Neon →pencil, yesterday’s CW/HW “Periodic Table Basics”, “illustrated” Periodic Table, “Why is the Periodic Table Periodic?”, & “Valence Electrons” Pulling it all together: Atomic Structure, Valence Electrons, & the Periodic Table of the Elements Introduction to Isotopes Standardized Test Prep p. 172 & 173

Do Now 10/13/09 Get and complete “Using the Periodic Table”
→pencil, Periodic Table, get from front “Using the Periodic Table” Periodic Table “Quiz” (not a quiz!) Drawing Isotopes: Draw “P, N, dot” Bohr models of all the stable isotopes for Hydrogen through Neon Speed Drill: Lewis Structures

1. Na P N Ne 2. Be Al K Pb 3. As Mg Ca Cl 4. Ar Kr C Xe Speed Drill!
Lewis Structures 1. Na P N Ne 2. Be Al K Pb 3. As Mg Ca Cl 4. Ar Kr C Xe

Smallest piece of an element that is still that element? _____
Do Now 10/16/09 kim & audrey Find phosphorous on your Periodic Table. How many electron energy levels would be filled and how many valence electrons? Smallest piece of an element that is still that element? _____ Write down the definition for ISOTOPE. Turn to p335 in your BOOK. →Pencil, Periodic Table of the Elements (PTE) Modeling Half-Life p335 Half-Life Notes & Graph Handout CHUNK-IT-UP!

→Pencil, extremely focused brain!
Do Now 10/16/09 Take out a fresh sheet of paper & copy the fraction/percent pie charts on the left board, and copy the title and headings on the right board: “Understanding Half-Lives” →Pencil, extremely focused brain! Lesson & Practice: Understanding Radioactive Decay using the concept of Half-Life

Do Now 10/19/09 Take out your work from Friday: “Radioisotope Dating” and both sheets called “Half-Life Practice” Pick up a copy of the exercises at the front of the rom & complete both sides, skipping #4 and #33 →Pencil, Fridays work (see above) Review Half-Life/Radioisotope Dating Learn Ionizing Radiation Learn Fission vs Fusion Quiz Tomorrow!

Do Now 10/20/09 Atoms of the same element with different # of neutrons. The amount of time it takes for ½ of the atoms of a radioactive isotope to decay. What is the difference between Carbon-12 and Carbon-13? What is the same? The half-life of Palladium-100 is 4 days. If you have a sample of Paladium-100 with 1/16 of its atoms remaining, how old is it? Fusion or Fission: A. Powered the first atomic bombs. B. Powers the sun C. Splitting atoms D. Combining atoms

Daily plan 10/20/09 Nuclear Quiz Ions Formed

Do Now 10/21/09 Try to figure these out by remembering prior knowledge
A homogeneous mixture, with one part dissolved into the other. The substance that dissolves the other one. The substance that is dissolved into the other one. The maximum amount of solute that will dissolve into the solvent. *solute *solvent *solution *solubility Lessons/Practice: Solutions Lessons/Practice: pH pH Lab

Do Now 10/22/09 For each element, write how many valence electrons it has and what ion will form. Chlorine Oxygen Nitrogen Lithium Beryllium Hydrogen Potassium Sodium Aluminum Carbon Calcium Magnesium Flourine Bromine Conductivity of Solutions Solubility More practice with half-life!

Do Now 10/23/09 Pick up & Complete “Half-Life Worksheet” skip #1
Take out and study the following: 10/8- Isotopes 10/16- Radioisotope Dating & Half-life lessons(3 sheets) 10/19- Ionizing Radiation; Fission vs Fusion; Nuclear Power Plant 10/20- Ions (3 sheets); Quiz “Understanding Atomic Nuclei” 10/21- Basics of Solutions; pH; pH Lab 10/22- Conductivity of Solutions; Solubility Curves

→pencil, periodic table of the elements
Do Now 10/26/09 Take & Complete “Section 1” test review. READ carefully & do the best you can! →pencil, periodic table of the elements Cornell Notes: Why do Atoms form Bonds? Practice: “Making Predictions” & “Bond Identification” Number Symbols in Chemistry Counting Atoms

→pencil, periodic table of the elements
Do Now 10/27/09 Pick up & Complete the “Test Review” Handout. READ carefully & do the best you can! →pencil, periodic table of the elements “Counting Atoms” Practice Notes: Binary Ionic Compounds Binary Ionic Compound Practice Polyatomic Ions?

→pencil, periodic table of the elements
Do Now 10/28/09 Pick up & Complete the “Test Review” Handout. READ carefully & do the best you can! Skip “A” and “C” on the back Take out your HW & Periodic Table →pencil, periodic table of the elements Polyatomic Ions: Lesson & Practice Quiz: Ions & Ionic Compounds Review Nuclear Test Laptop Procedures/ EOCT Review

1. NH4+ + NO3- 2. NH4+ + S2- 3. Na+ + NO3- 4. Be2+ + NO3-
Do Now 10/29/09 What compound will form from the following ions? 1. NH4+ + NO3- 2. NH4+ + S2- 3. Na+ + NO Be2+ + NO3- 5. NH4+ + SO Hg SO42-

→pencil, periodic table of the elements
Do Now 10/29/09 →pencil, periodic table of the elements Go Over Test on Atomic Nuclei & Solutions Notes- 4 Types of Chemical Reactions Practice- 4 Types of Chemical Reactions Acting Out Chemical Reactions

→pencil, organized notebook!
Do Now 10/30/09 Prepare for Notebook Check Quiz. →pencil, organized notebook! Local Attractions: Cumberland Island Quiz: 4 Types of Chemical Reactions Lesson & Practice Balancing Chemical Equations Mythbusters

→pencil, Friday’s work “Balancing Act”
Do Now 11/2/09 Do “atom counts” for each of the following: Fe2O4 2Fe2O4 Al2(SO4)3 3Al2(SO4)3 →pencil, Friday’s work “Balancing Act” Review & Practice Balancing Chemical Equations EOCT/Grad Test Review: Physics

Pick up & complete handout “Do Now--Balancing Equations”
Get HW out “Balancing Equations” (front) & “Identifying & Balancing Equations” (back) →pencil, HW Balancing Equations Practice PASSWORD GAME

2. Write the numbers 1-4 on your Do Now paper.
Tell whether each of the following compounds are held together with covalent bonds or ionic bonds C19H14O5S CaCl2 NaHCO3 2. Write the numbers 1-4 on your Do Now paper. →pencil, paper folded 1/3 for Cornell Notes Cornell Notes: Laws of Conservation of Mass & Energy Pre-Lab & Lab: “Chemical Reaction” Post Lab

Sodium hydroxide Calcium iodide
Do Now 11/5/09 Write the name of each of these compounds: H2S CaCl2 NaHCO3 HCl 2. Write the formula for each of these compunds Sodium hydroxide Calcium iodide 3. Which ion will form? Na N B S →pencil, “plain” periodic table, polyatomic ion sheet Review Test

C19H14O5S CaCl2 NaHCO3 MgO CO2 Al2O3 C6H12O6 AgNO3
Do Now 11/5/09 Tell whether each of the following compounds are held together with covalent bonds or ionic bonds C19H14O5S CaCl2 NaHCO3 MgO CO2 Al2O3 C6H12O6 AgNO3

Do Now 11/9/09 Take a tree map from the front table and do as much as possible using your notes from Friday. →pencil, notes from Friday, calculator Continue Electricity Lesson (fill-in notes) Current Electricity Calculations (Ohms Law) Static Electricity using Van der Graff Generator

Do Now 11/10/09 Copy this chart and list the symbol, the unit, and the symbol for the unit for each of the following: Symbol? Unit? Symbol for the Unit? Voltage Current Resistance →pencil, calculator Review & Quiz- Introduction to Electricity Speed Drills: Electricity NOVA Video: “Lightning”

Do Now 11/12/09 List the 4 phases (a.k.a. states) of matter.
Pick up & complete “Insulators & Conductors”, then flip it over and fill in at least 7 of the “Measuring Current Electricity” blanks on the back →pencil, notes from Monday, Tuesdays HW “Electricity” on the back of “Electric Current” More Static Electricity Demos Notes & Demos: Magnets Electromagnet Lab

Ring Magnets Experience Post Test Review
Do Now 11/13/09 Pick up & complete front side of “Overview: Electricity” →pencil Review electricity Ring Magnets Experience Post Test Review

Do Now 11/16/09 →pencil, all notes & exercises on electricity
Please copy and answer each of the following questions: Whose responsibility is it to be on time and present in class? Whose responsibility is it to complete and turn in homework assignments? Whose responsibility is it to behave and pay attention in class? Whose responsibility is it to keep your notebook organized? Whose responsibility is it to go over your notes each night if you are not doing well on tests? Whose responsibility is it to eat right and get enough sleep? Whose responsibility is it to study the night before a test? →pencil, all notes & exercises on electricity

*Review & Test- Electricity & Magnetism *EOCT Practice
Do Now 11/17/09 Pick up a copy of “Electricity and Magnetism Terms Review”, and do #1-8 on the front, then do #6-10 on the back. Finish the rest if you get done early. If a fan draws 3 amperes of current on a 120 volt circuit, what is the resistance of the fan? How much 12 volt current will a car stereo draw if the stereo has 1.5 Ohms of resistance? →pencil, calculator, all notes & exercises on electricity *Review & Test- Electricity & Magnetism *EOCT Practice

Do Now 11/18/09 USA testprep in mc

Do Now 11/19/09 *Review & Post Test *Mythbusters Video
Pick up a copy of “Post Test Review…”, and do #10-15 on the back. Finish the rest if you get done early. →pencil, calculator *Review & Post Test *Mythbusters Video

Do Now 11/20/09 Write these SI units of length in order from smallest to biggest: meter, kilometer, millimeter, centimeter Write these SI units of volume in order from biggest to smallest: milliliter, liter, deciliter, kiloliter Write these SI units of mass in order from smallest to biggest: kilogram, gram, centigram, milligram →pencil *Review of SI (System Internationale) units *Mythbusters Video (for sure!)

Convert 15.7 m to mm Convert 165 ml to liters Do Now 11/23/09
Convert km to centimeters Convert 200 meters to mm Convert 23.6 meters to km →pencil, paper *Go over Post-test results *EOCT Review *Planet Earth Video

Media center USA testprep review
Do Now 11/24/09 Media center USA testprep review →pencil, paper

Do Now 11/30/09 If goonium-40 has a half life of 15 years, how old is a sample that has 1/8 of its goonium-40 remaining? Pick up, hole punch, and begin working on the 2004 released EOCT practice test. →pencil, calculator *EOCT Review *Test Anxiety Video

Continue to work on EOCT Practice Test
Do Now 12/1/09 Write out the energy transformation that occurs when you light a match. Be sure to include both the general type and specific form of the energy before and after the transformation. Continue to work on EOCT Practice Test →pencil, calculator, yesterday’s EOCT Practice Test AND Test Anxiety Video Notes *Go Over Test Anxiety Video *Go Over EOCT Review #1-43….challenge: GPS or QCC?

Do Now 12/2/09 Pick up and complete BOTH SIDES of “Standardized Test Review” from the front table. →pencil *Go Over EOCT Review #46-85….challenge: GPS or QCC? *Planet Earth video *TOMORROW: Report directly yo Media Center for USA Testprep review

USA Testprep review in MC
Do Now 12/3/09 USA Testprep review in MC

EVERYONE pick up a copy of “How to Prepare For Tests”
Do Now 12/4/09 EVERYONE pick up a copy of “How to Prepare For Tests” IF you signed up for a copy yesterday, please write your name on it. →pencil, your answer sheet from yesterday *Go Over How to Prepare For Tests *Phy Sci Land

Do Now 12/8/09

Pick up a calculator, take out your pencil.
Do Now 12/9/09 Pick up a calculator, take out your pencil. Turn your phone off, put it in your bookbag, and place the bookbag on the side lab bench. Relax. →pencil Physical Science EOCT, Part I

Pick up a calculator, take out your pencil.
Do Now 12/10/09 Pick up a calculator, take out your pencil. Turn your phone off, put it in your bookbag, and place the bookbag on the side lab bench. Relax. →pencil Physical Science EOCT, Part II

Relax. Do Now 12/11/09 → personal awareness
Physical Science Video “The World’s Fastest Indian”

Do Now 12/14/09 Make a commitment to be aware of any negative self-talk you may be doing today → positive outlook on life *Physical Science Video “The World’s Fastest Indian” *Begin review for final exam

Do Now 12/15/09 Think quietly to yourself…how many times did you become aware of negative self talk yesterday? → pencil, all notes! *Review for final exam

Do Now 12/16/09 Think quietly to yourself…how many times did you become aware of negative self talk yesterday? Was it different from the day before? → pencil, all notes! *Review for final exam, Part II

Do Now 12/17/09 Think quietly to yourself…how many times did you become aware of negative self talk yesterday? → pencil *Final Exam *Video- “Up”