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Physical Science Reference Table

 

 WELCOME to Ms. G's
PHYSICAL SCIENCE CLASS!

If you would like to keep an ONLINE Science Notebook,
Please click here to access your Cornell Notes Template.

Click here to access the Table of Content Document.

Here is the LINK to your Roller Coaster Project.

 

 
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DATE: MAY 14, 2019  happy tuesday

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Retest

1. Today is the retest.

            -no computers should be open
            -nothing on table except Reference Table
            -Students should have the triangle separators between them.
            - They know where these are
            - Please have these placed in the class box. I will pick them up tomorrow.

2.   Time to review for your NCFE 
- You can work in groups to study. 

 

 

DATE: MAY 13, 2019 

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: PLEASE BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES! THEY ARE IMPORTANT.

Since most students did not get their quiz or test back I am postponing the retest until Tuesday.
I apologise for what happened. I will try to track down what happened to your tests.

02 2017 Please Read

IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING TEST CORRECTIONS:
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE NO NEW QUESTIONS ONLY REVIEW AND THERE IS NO REVISION OPTION ON THE NCFE EXAM.

I have made a set of "Review Task Cards" for the test tomorrow.
- Open this LINK
and make yourself an answer sheet.
- Answer the questions
- At the end are the answers with explainations.

-YOUR TEST TOMORROW WILL HAVE THE SAME TYPE OF QUESTIONS. THIS RETEST WILL COUNT AS YOUR REVISION GRADE.

-When you are done:

FORM SMALL STUDY GROUPS. PLEASE STUDY FOR THIS TEST. PLEASE USE THIS TIME TO STUDY WITH OTHERS IN THE CLASS ABOUT THE CORRECT ANSWERS. HELP EACH OTHER LEARN. YOU WILL HAVE THE CORRECT ANSWERS WHEN THE SUB RETURNS YOUR PAPERS. NOTE, THE TEST WILL NOT BE EXACTLY THE SAME BUT WILL ADDRESS THE SAME CONTENT.


- THERE WILL BE NO REVISION BUT I WILL ALLOW A RETAKE. TOMORROW YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER 50 QUESTION TEST THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL, EVERYONE WILL HAVE TO TAKE IT. YOUR TEST GRADE ON THE SECOND QUIZ WILL REPLACE THE FIRST GRADE AMD SERVE AS A REVISION. NEXT WEEK, I WILL GIVE YOU ANOTHER QUIZ WHICH WILL GIVE YOU AN OPTION TO REVISE THE QUIZ.

 

When you are done:

1. you will be working on the set of "Task Cards".
 Use a blank piece of paper as an answer sheet.
- Please work independently 
- The answers are at the end 
HERE is the LINK to the TASK CARDS


- HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ORIGINAL TEST: Here is the Link to your "50 Question Review TEST".  STUDY PLEASE!

ANTICIPATORY SET: Here are the notes for Naming both Ionic and Covalent Compounds. NAMING CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS

 

 

DATE: MAY 10, 2019  friday feeling

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Task Card Review

Since most students did not get their quiz or test back I am postponing the retest until Monday.

 

1. You will be working on the set of "Task Cards".
-  Use a blank piece of paper as an answer sheet.
- Please work independently
HERE is the LINK to the TASK CARDS

02 2017 Please Read

IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING TEST CORRECTIONS was given to you yesterday. Please read yesterday's 

2.   Time to review for their retest on Monday
-The quiz and test material was placed on my desk yesterday. If the you have not received it, please ask. the sub
- You can work in groups to study. This retest counts as revisions to your grades.


 

DATE: MAY 9, 2019  THURSDAY ANIMATED

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: PLEASE BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES! THEY ARE IMPORTANT.02 2017 Please Read

IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING TEST CORRECTIONS:
- I AM RETURNING TO YOU YOUR 50 QUESTION TEST. AS WELL AS YOUR 25 QUESTION QUIZ. II HAS COME TO MY ATTENTION THAT SOME OF YOU ARE NOT HAPPY WITH YOUR SCORES. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE NO NEW QUESTIONS ONLY REVIEW AND THERE IS NO REVISION OPTION ON THE NCFE EXAM.


- THERE WILL BE NO REVISION BUT I WILL ALLOW A RETAKE. TOMORROW YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER 50 QUESTION TEST THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL, EVERYONE WILL HAVE TO TAKE IT. YOUR TEST GRADE ON THE SECOND QUIZ WILL REPLACE THE FIRST GRADE AMD SERVE AS A REVISION. NEXT WEEK, I WILL GIVE YOU ANOTHER QUIZ WHICH WILL GIVE YOU AN OPTION TO REVISE THE QUIZ.

-FORM SMALL STUDY GROUPS. PLEASE STUDY FOR THIS TEST. PLEASE USE THIS TIME TO STUDY WITH OTHERS IN THE CLASS ABOUT THE CORRECT ANSWERS. HELP EACH OTHER LEARN. YOU WILL HAVE THE CORRECT ANSWERS WHEN THE SUB RETURNS YOUR PAPERS. NOTE, THE TEST WILL NOT BE EXACTLY THE SAME BUT WILL ADDRESS THE SAME CONTENT. 

-YOUR TEST TOMORROW WILL HAVE THE SAME TYPE OF QUESTIONS. THIS RETEST WILL COUNT AS YOUR QUIZ CORRECTION GRADE.


- HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ORIGINAL TEST: Here is the Link to your "50 Question Review TEST".  STUDY PLEASE!

 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Here are the notes for Naming both Ionic and Covalent Compounds. NAMING CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS

 

GROUP WORK: TEST REVIEW

PLANS:

1. Covalent Compound Maze 
            - work in groups of 2.
            - Each group will have their own worksheet
            - YOU WILL HAVE THE KEY - PLEASE GO OVER THE CORRECT ANSWERS .
2. Naming Covalent Compounds Worksheet 
            - work in groups of 2.
            - Each student will have their own worksheet
            - YOU WILL HAVE THE KEY - PLEASE GO OVER THE CORRECT ANSWERS .
3. Naming Covalent Compounds Puzzle 
            - work in groups of 2.
            - Each group will have their own worksheet
            - YOU WILL HAVE THE KEY - PLEASE GO OVER THE CORRECT ANSWERS      

AFTER YOU GO OVER THE CORRECT ANSWERS TO EACH ASSIGNMENT KEEP THEM TO STUDY FROM. 

 

 

DATE: MAY 8, 2019  Have A Wonderful Wednesday Animated Picture

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: PLEASE BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES! THEY ARE IMPORTANT.

You will be doing your last "Periodic Table  Quiz."

periodic table 2018

ANTICIPATORY SET: Here are the notes for Naming both Ionic and Covalent Compounds. NAMING CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS

 

GROUP WORK: Ionic Puzzle 


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PLANS:

1. You will be taking your last "Periodic Table" quiz. You will have ten minutes to study. Above is an example of what will get you a grade of 100%.  No Computers open.

2. Ionic Compound Maze (20 sheets)
            -They can work in groups of 2.
            - Each group will have their own worksheet
            - YOU WILL HAVE THE KEY - PLEASE GO OVER THE CORRECT ANSWERS .
3. Naming Ionic Compounds Worksheet (40 sheets)
            -You can work in groups of 2.
            - Each student will have their own worksheet
            - YOU WILL HAVE THE KEY - PLEASE GO OVER THE CORRECT ANSWERS .
4. Naming Ionic Compounds Puzzle (20 sheets)
            -You can work in groups of 2.
            - Each group will have their own worksheet
            - The sub WILL HAVE THE KEY       

             
THE ONLY ASSIGNMENT THAT NEEDS TO BE TURNED IN IS THE "PERIODIC TABLE" QUIZ.  

 

 

DATE: MAY 7, 2019  2019 TUESDAY giphy

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: PLEASE BE SURE TO GO OVER YOUR NOTES! tHEY ARE IMPORTANT.

ANTICIPATORY SET: Here are the notes for Naming both Ionic and Covalent Compounds. NAMING CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS

GROUP WORK: Triangle Puzzle Game.chemical Formular

PLANS:

You will be doing several worksheets and a puzzle .

1. Chemical Formula Worksheet (40 sheets)
            -They can work in groups of 2.
            - Each student will have their own worksheet
            - The sub WILL HAVE THE ANSWER SHEET
             - The sub will GO OVER THE                    
               CORRECT ANSWERS WITH you.
2. Neutralization Reaction Worksheet (40 sheets)WhattypeofreactionHClNaOHH2ONaCl
            -They can work in groups of 2.
            - Each student will have their own worksheet
            - The sub WILL HAVE THE ANSWER SHEET
            - The sub will GO OVER THE                    
               CORRECT ANSWERS WITH you.
3. Naming Compounds Puzzle (20 sheets)
            -They can work in groups of 2.
            - Each group will have their own worksheet
            - The sub HAS THE ANSWER SHEET - PLEASE check each
               groups triangle to make sure they are correct. 

 

DATE: MAY 6, 2019  Happy Monday Animated Monkey Glitter

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Vocab is important!

ANTICIPATORY SET: Play the Vocabulary Review Game.
Please follow the instructions given by the sub. This game is a bit different than what you are use to. There are "Taboo Words" that you cannot use as clues. NAMING CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS

GROUP WORK: Vocabulary Review Game.

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.
- Here is theLink to your answers to the "Chemical Elements and Counting Atoms, Task Cards."

- Record your answers on the answer sheet. The sub will give you an answer sheet and when the activity has been completed, the correct answers.

 

DATE: MAY 3, 2019  602b4e23571c3f0637078f7214bf94bc

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take 
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: If you have not finished your quiz from yesterday please do.

ANTICIPATORY SET: Periodic Table Pun Activity ---> The sub should give you a paper. Work in Survivor group. Hand in your paper when done. Please follow the directions on the handout.

GROUP WORK: Periodic Table Puns

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.
- Here is theLink to your answers to the "Chemical Reactants, Task Cards."

- Record your answers on the answer sheet. The sub will give you an answer sheet and when the activity has been completed, the correct answers.

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

DATE: MAY 2, 2019  happy thursday

TOPIC: Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take 
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: 10 minute study time for quiz.

ANTICIPATORY SET: Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt

GROUP WORK: None

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.
- Here is the Link to your answers to the "Scavenger Hunt, Task Cards."

- Here is the Link to your "50 Question Review Quiz"
- Record your answers on the answer sheet. The sub will give you an answer sheet.

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

DATE: April 30, 2019  tuesday

TOPIC: Task Card Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take 
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Get Ready For Quiz on Thursday

ANTICIPATORY SET: Task Cards

GROUP WORK: None

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.
- Here is the Link to your answers to the "Energy, Work, Power Task Cards."

- Here is the Link to your "Suspension Solution Task Cards"
- Record the answers in your science notebook. The sub will go over the answers.

- Here is the Link to your "Christmas in April"
- Record the answers in your science notebook. The sub will go over the answers.

 

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

DATE: April 29, 2019  monday dreams monday

TOPIC: Task Card Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take 
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Get Ready For Quiz on Thursday

ANTICIPATORY SET: Task Cards

GROUP WORK: None

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.
- Here is the Link to your "Energy, Work, Power Task Cards."
- Record the answers in your science notebook. I will go over the answers tomorrow.

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

DATE: April 26, 2019  happyfriday

TOPIC: Quiz and Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take 
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Ten minutes study time for today's quiz

ANTICIPATORY SET: Task Cards Review

GROUP WORK: Nonetake the quiz 1

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.

- Here is the Link to your "Potential and Kinetic Energy Task Card Review" .
- You will need a piece of notebook paper and number it from 1 to 30. Answer the questions and be sure to show your work. 
- The sub has the answer key. If you need help ask her to see the key.

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

DATE: April 24, 2019  wednesday 037

TOPIC: Quiz Task Card Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take 
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Get Ready For Quiz on FRIDAY

ANTICIPATORY SET: Quiz Chemistry Task Cards Review

GROUP WORK: None

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.


- Here is the Link to your "Chemical Reaction Task Card Review" .
- You should have been given an "Answer Sheet" for these set of cards. Answer the questions. 

 

- Here is Link to you "QUIZ Review Task Cards" you will do these when you finish your Quiz Review. You will need a piece of notebook paper and number it from 1 to 11. Answer the questions. 

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

 

DATE: April 23, 2019  tuesday Paul Crum Cartoons Punch 1937 07 21 62 1

TOPIC: Quiz Task Card Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take 
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Get Ready For Quiz on Thursday

ANTICIPATORY SET: Quiz Chemistry Task Cards Review

GROUP WORK: None

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.
- Here is the Link to your "Task Card Review" for Thursday's Quiz". You will need a piece of notebook paper and number it from 1 to 25. Answer the questions. 
- Here is Link to you "Review Task Cards" you will do these when you finish your Quiz Review.
- You should have been given an "Answer Sheet" for these set of cards.

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

 

DATE: April 22, 2019  monday marvelous

TOPIC: Task Card Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take
to get an "A" on the NCFE?

STARTER PROMPT: Get Ready For Quiz on Thursday

ANTICIPATORY SET: Task Cards

GROUP WORK: None

REVIEW PRESENTATION:  Please follow the instructions below.
- Here is the Link to your "Thermal Energy Task Cards."
- Here is the Link to your "Chemestry Task Cards."
- You should have been given an "Answer Sheet" for both sets of cards.
- This counts as a LAB grade; therefore, it is important that you hand it in
  at the end of the block. Please place it in the class box.

EXTRA REVIEW
Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

 

daily

 

DATE: April 12, 2019  happy friday smiley face 217549

TOPIC: REVIEW

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A"

STARTER PROMPT: Quizizz

ANTICIPATORY SET: Easter Egg Hunt

GROUP WORK: Jeopardy

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: Click HERE for "Quiz Bowl 100"

 

DATE: April 11, 2019  thursday

TOPIC: REVIEW

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A"

STARTER PROMPT: Study time for Test

ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Jeopardy

GROUP WORK: Jeopardy

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: Click HERE for "Quiz Bowl 100"

 

DATE: April 10, 2019  wednesday

TOPIC: REVIEW

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A"

STARTER PROMPT: Review Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor

GROUP WORK: Task Cards

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: Atomic Structure.

 

DATE: April 9, 2019  tuesday

TOPIC: REVIEW

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does it take to get an "A"

STARTER PROMPT: Review Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor

GROUP WORK: Task Cards

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: 
MOTION REVIEW

Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

"Quiz Bowl 100"

 

DATE: April 8, 2019  monday

TOPIC: MOTION REVIEW

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What causes the motion of an object to change?

STARTER PROMPT: Get Ready For Quiz on Thursday

ANTICIPATORY SET: BENCHMARK

GROUP WORK:Does It Matter Task Cards

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: 
MOTION REVIEW

Review Suspensions - solutions

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY

 

DATE: April 5, 2019

TOPIC: Synthesis Paper

When you are finished with your Synthesis paper you may work on your 

roller coaster. Please pay attention to due dates for both of them.

 
TOPIC: Scientific Writing 

This week, you will be working on your last writing assignment for this class. Your ROUGH DRAFT will be due on Friday, April 5, 2019.  I will review your paper and make suggestions for revisions. Please submit this on Google drive and allow editing, please.

Make sure your paper is double spaced; has a header which includes your name, the date and the title of your paper. You also will need a reference list.

Your final paper will be due Friday, April 12, 2019. This counts as a Test Grade. Late papers will receive a deduction in points for each day it is late.

FIRST THINGS FIRST: 
Look over the powerpoint presentation which includes information on reading science papers.


Scienictific Writing Activity
 

SECOND: Read these two papers explaining the differences between a summary and a synthesis paper. 

Writing a Synthesis and Summary vs. Synthesis 

LASTLY: Then read the two assigned reading passages. You will be writing a synthesis paper using these two articles.The mysterious Fourth State of Matter and The second Science Writing Passage - The Fifth State of Matter 

Group Work:

- With your table partner, read the two assigned passages
- Create an outline of what you believe are the main points  
  of each passage.
- Record these on the a sheet of paper.
- Take your list and compare it with what the other groups
- Record any additional information offered by the other members 
  of the class that you may have missed

Independent Work: You are now ready to write

Important Information:

You will have two weeks to work on this paper. It should be at least one page in length. Pay attention to the due dates above. I need your rough draft by Friday, April 5th and your final paper by Friday, April 12th. If you do not hand in a rough draft, you will receive a twenty five point deduction.

You will be graded as follows:
- Body of the paper will be worth 50 points and this section will be graded using the following rubric.

- Rough Draft will be worth twenty five points.

- Reference list will be worth fifteen points.

- Heading will be worth ten points.

Here is a template to follow for your reference list:

Author B. B. (Date of publication). Title of page [Format description when necessary]. Retrieved from https://www.someaddress.com/full/url/

Eco, U. (2015). How to write a thesis [PDF file]. (Farina C. M. & Farina F., Trans.) Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/...How_to_write_a_thesis/.../
Umberto+Eco-How+to+Write+... (Original work published 1977).

If the page's author is not listed, start with the title instead. If the date of publication is not listed, use the abbreviation (n.d.).

Spotlight Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/about_the_owl/owl_information/l

 

DATE: April 3, 2019  Wednesday symbolism

TOPIC: MOTION REVIEW

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What causes the motion of an object to change?

STARTER PROMPT: Newton's Law Escape Room Activity

ANTICIPATORY SET: Can You Escape in Time

GROUP WORK: Survivor Activity

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: MOTION REVIEW

INDEPENDENT WORK: Motion Benchmarknewtons law escape

VOCABULARY:  Motion, Frame of Reference, Acceleration, Speed, Velocity, Distance Displaement

CLOSING:  Work on Synthesis Paper

 

 

DATE: April 2, 2019  tuesday blogger image 478756503

TOPIC: MOTION REVIEW

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What causes the motion of an object to change?

STARTER PROMPT: Get Ready For BenchMark

ANTICIPATORY SET: BENCHMARK

GROUP WORK:Does It Matter Task Cards

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION: MOTION REVIEW

INDEPENDENT WORK: Motion Benchmark

VOCABULARY: Motion, Frame of Reference, Acceleration, Speed, Velocity, Distance Displaement

CLOSING:  Work on Synthesis Paper

 
radioactivity standard
 

                      

DATE: April 1 through 5, 2019

TOPIC: REVIEW JEOPARDY

Today starts our NCFE Review. Be prepared with notes and reference tables.

 
TOPIC: Scientific Writing 

This week, you will be working on your last writing assignment for this class. Your ROUGH DRAFT will be due on Friday, April 5, 2019.  I will review your paper and make suggestions for revisions. Please submit this on Google drive and allow editing, please.

Make sure your paper is double spaced; has a header which includes your name, the date and the title of your paper. You also will need a reference list.

Your final paper will be due Friday, April 12, 2019. This counts as a Test Grade. Late papers will receive a deduction in points for each day it is late.

FIRST THINGS FIRST: 
Look over the powerpoint presentation which includes information on reading science papers.


Scienictific Writing Activity
 

SECOND: Read these two papers explaining the differences between a summary and a synthesis paper. 

Writing a Synthesis and Summary vs. Synthesis 

LASTLY: Then read the two assigned reading passages. You will be writing a synthesis paper using these two articles.The mysterious Fourth State of Matter and The second Science Writing Passage - The Fifth State of Matter 

Group Work:

- With your table partner, read the two assigned passages
- Create an outline of what you believe are the main points  
  of each passage.
- Record these on the a sheet of paper.
- Take your list and compare it with what the other groups
- Record any additional information offered by the other members 
  of the class that you may have missed

Independent Work: You are now ready to write

Important Information:

You will have two weeks to work on this paper. It should be at least one page in length. Pay attention to the due dates above. I need your rough draft by Friday, April 5th and your final paper by Friday, April 12th. If you do not hand in a rough draft, you will receive a twenty five point deduction.

You will be graded as follows:
- Body of the paper will be worth 50 points and this section will be graded using the following rubric.

- Rough Draft will be worth twenty five points.

- Reference list will be worth fifteen points.

- Heading will be worth ten points.

Here is a template to follow for your reference list:

Author B. B. (Date of publication). Title of page [Format description when necessary]. Retrieved from https://www.someaddress.com/full/url/

Eco, U. (2015). How to write a thesis [PDF file]. (Farina C. M. & Farina F., Trans.) Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/...How_to_write_a_thesis/.../
Umberto+Eco-How+to+Write+... (Original work published 1977).

If the page's author is not listed, start with the title instead. If the date
of publication is not listed, use the abbreviation (n.d.).

Spotlight Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/about_the_owl/owl_information/l

 

DATE: MARCH 29, 2019 new fridayfrenzy zpsjfbxgnoy

 

roller coaster paper

TOPIC: Energy Transfer and Conservation

Today is "Project Day."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember and to clean up after youself.
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

 

MARCH 28, 2019
VOTE for Ms. DERR 
 

New Thumbs up Thursday

new quiz time

TOPIC: QUIZ - Get your Roller Coaster Finished

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why Do We Review?

STARTER PROMPT: Ten Mnute Study Time

ANTICIPATORY SET: Quiz Bowl 2

SURVIVOR GROUP WORK: - Quiz Bowl Game #2

VOCABULARY: Half-Life; Alpha; Beta, Gamma, Decay

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: - Quiz Bowl Game #2

Please make sure your Log Book is up to date.

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

MARCH 27, 2019new wakey wednesday

TOPIC: Radfioactive Decay

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is radioactivity?

STARTER PROMPT: Millionaire Game Review 

ANTICIPATORY SET: M &M Lab 

SURVIVOR GROUP WORK: JEOPARDY REVIEW111479 0213eic feature radioactive pg016b 410 tcm18 227639

VOCABULARY: Half-Life; Alpha; Beta, Gamma, Decay

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

RadioActive Decay/Half-Life

Radio Active Decay

 
balancing equations objectives
 
 

MARCH 26, 2019new totally teriffic Tuesday

TOPIC: Radfioactive Decay

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What criteria do we use to differentiate between ACIDS and BASES?

STARTER PROMPT: Millionaire Game Review 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Acids and Bases Lab

GROUP WORK: Half Life Lab111479 0213eic feature radioactive pg016b 410 tcm18 227639

VOCABULARY: Half-Life; Alpha; Beta, Gamma, Decay

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

RadioActive Decay/Half-Life

Radio Active Decay

 

MARCH 25, 2019mad monday

TOPIC: ACIDS and BASES 
Please read over the PowerPoint Presentation before you try to answer the questions on the worksheets.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What criteria do we use to differentiate between ACIDS and BASES?

STARTER PROMPTMillionaire Game Review

ANTICIPATORY SET: Vocabulary Motion Game

GROUP WORK: Worksheets #1Worksheet #2

VOCABULARY: Acids; Bases; pH

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Acids and Bases

RadioActive Decay/Half-Life

Radio Active Decay

 

MARCH 21, 2019New Thumbs up Thursday

TOPIC: ACIDS and BASES 
Please read over the PowerPoint Presentation before you try to answer the questions on the worksheets.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What criteria do we use to differentiate between ACIDS and BASES?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Group Work

ANTICIPATORY SET: Questions
Go to the following website and work on the two sections below.

kahn Academy

GROUP WORK: Worksheets #1Worksheet #2

PRE-Test Study for Quiz Tomorrow

VOCABULARY: Acids; Bases; pH

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Acids and Bases

 
 

DATE: MARCH 20, 2019 

new wakey wednesday

TOPIC: Naming Compounds

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do we name compounds?

STARTER PROMPT: Brain Warm-Up 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Word Fun

Survivor Group Work: Read that Sign

INDEPENDENT WORK: Pre-Quiz compoundv

Closing: Word Up Game

VOCABULARY: Compound; Nomenclature

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Naming CompoundsChemical Compounds

 

 

DATE: MARCH 19, 2019 

TOPIC: Naming Compoundsnew totally teriffic Tuesday

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do compounds get their name?

STARTER PROMPT: Brain Warm-Up

ANTICIPATORY SET: Word Fun

Survivor Group Work: Balancing Equations

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz compoundv

Closing: Word Up Game

VOCABULARY: Compound; Nomenclature

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Naming CompoundsChemical Compounds

 

DATE:  MARCH 18, 2019mad monday

Today is "Project Friday."  clip art rollercoaster 780126
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

See below for further instructions on August 31st posting

This is your RUBRIC for the RUBE GOLDBERG Project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 
 

DATE: MARCH 14, 2019  quiz timeNew Thumbs up Thursday

TOPIC: Naming Compounds

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do compounds get their name?

STARTER PROMPT: Study time for quiz

ANTICIPATORY SET: Word Fun

Survivor Group Work: Balancing Equations

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz compoundv

Closing: Word Up Game

VOCABULARY: Compound; Nomenclature

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
Naming Compounds; Chemical Compounds

 

 

 

DATE: MARCH 13, 2019 

new wakey wednesday

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
Why do we balance equations?
Why do we not alter subscripts?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Word-Up

GROUP WORK: Handouts

How to count atoms in a formula

-Counting Atoms Worksheet

- Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Subscript; Coefficient; molecule; polyatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK:  Please take notes.

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

2018 New Student Balancing Equations

Balancing Equatios #2

WORKSHEETS:

Balancing Equations #1

- Balancing Equations #2

 Here is a link to a video that may help you with the balancing of your chemical equations.

 

 

DATE: MARCH 12, 2019  new totally teriffic Tuesday

TOPIC: DENSITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is density an important physical property?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Glow in the dark Gool Ball

Survivor Group Work: Does It Matter Task Cards

INDEPENDENT WORK: Density Worksheet

Closing: Word Up Game

GROUP WORK:  Density Lab
density

VOCABULARY: Density; Mass; Volume

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

You will need to visit this website in order to answer some of the questions on your Density Lab.

 

DATE:  MARCH 8, 2019new fridayfrenzy zpsjfbxgnoy

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
   working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

See below for further instructions on August 31st posting

This is your RUBRIC for the RUBE GOLDBERG Project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

 

DATE: MARCH 7, 2019  New Thumbs up Thursday


Quiz Today!

TOPIC: DENSITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does density have to do with it?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Periodic Table Game

Survivor Group Work: Does It Matter Task Cards

INDEPENDENT WORK: Density Worksheet; Quiz

Closing: Word Up Game

GROUP WORK:  Comic Strip Diatomic Moleculesdensity

VOCABULARY: Density; Mass; Volume

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 

You will need to visit this website in order to answer some of the questions on your Density Lab.

 

 

DATE: MARCH 6, 2019  new wakey wednesday

TOPIC: Reaction Typesbig thumb

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the different chemical reactions and how do we tell them apart?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Goofy Gel Ball

Survivor Group Work: 

Worksheet #1
worksheet # 2

VOCABULARY: Synthesis; Decomposition; Double/Single Reation 

INDEPENDENT WORK: Comic Strip Diatomic Molecules

PowerPoint Presentation:  Student Reactions Power Point Lesson

Important Colloids and Other States

Closing: Word Up Game

 
chemistry borh model
 

 

DATE: MARCH 5, 2019  new totally teriffic Tuesday

TOPIC: Reaction Typesbig thumb

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the different chemical reactions and how do we tell them apart?

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ANTICIPATORY SET: Periodic Table Game

Survivor Group Work:
Periodic Table Game
Physical and Chemical Changes Game

Worksheet #1
worksheet # 2

VOCABULARY: Synthesis; Decomposition; Double/Single Reation 

INDEPENDENT WORK: Comic Strip Diatomic Molecules

PowerPoint Presentation: 
Solutions

Important Colloids and Other States

Closing: Word Up Game

 
 

 

DATE: MARCH 4, 2019  mad monday

TOPIC: Physical and Chemical Changes

STARTER PROMPT: Survivor Task Cards

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How is matter classified?

ANTICIPATORY SET: Reaction in a BAG

GROUP WORK: 

Physical and Chemical Property Worksheet

- Periodic Table Review Game

VOCABULARY: Homogeneous; Heterogenious;Matter.

INDEPENDENT WORK: 

PHET Virtual Phase Change Lab

 -  Solubility Worksheet

CLOSING: WRITING PROMPT

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

Chemistry #1 Physical and Chemical Change

Solutions

 

DATE: MARCH 1, 2019 fun 

TOPIC: Fun Friday Catch-Up Day

Starter Prompt: Survivor Trial

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do we read Graphs?

ANTICIPATORY SET:- OBLECK

GROUP WORK: Survivor

VOCABULARY: Diatomic Elements

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz Corrections and Super 7 Comic

CLOSING: Quiz Corrections

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: NONE

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 28, 2019 

TOPIC: Chemical Bonds

new thursday

Starter Prompt: Survivor

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

ANTICIPATORY SET: Guess the Unit Vocabulary Game

GROUP WORK: Survivor     phase12

VOCABULARY: Solid; Sublimation; Evaporation; Deposition

INDEPENDENT WORK: Phase Change Handout; Quiz 

CLOSING: Vocabulary Game

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: - PHASE CHANGES of WATER

 

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 27, 2019 new wednesday

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: Quizizz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

ANTICIPATORY SET: Elephant Toothpaste

GROUP WORK: Survivor

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons

INDEPENDENT WORK: Lewis Dot Handout; Quiz Corrections

CLOSING: Survivor

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

- How To LewisDots and  BONDS and - Super 7 Comic Strip

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2019 new tuesday


 TOPIC: Atoms and Elements

WARM UP: Escape Room 

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is an ATOM?periodic table

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Atoms and Elements and - How To Lewis Dots

ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Escape Room

GROUPS WORK: Survivor 

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Escape Room

VOCABULARY: Bohr; Atom/Element; Electrons; Periodic Table

INDEPENDENT WORK: - Atom Basics and Build an Element and Quiz corrections

CLOSING: Fill in your Periodic Table

 
spelling Bee
 

DATE: FEBRUARY 25, 2019 

new monday

roller coaster paper

TOPIC: Energy Transfer and Conservation

Today is "Project Day."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember and to clean up after youself.
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 22, 2019 new friday

TOPIC: Quiz/Corrections/Static Lab

WARM UP: Study Time

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Static Electricity?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:Quiz Today

- Static Electricity Lab

ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Review

GROUPS WORK: Lab

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Static Electricity Lab

VOCABULARY: Induction; Conduction; Friction: Static Electricity

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz and Quiz corrections

CLOSING: Survivor Races

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 21, 2019 new thursday

 TOPIC: Series Circuits

WARM UP: Escape Room

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is a series circuit?electricity by dtfox daizzte

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

- Series Circuits
- The Hose

ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Review

GROUPS WORK: Questions to answer

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Escape Room

VOCABULARY: Watts; Resistance; Series; Ohm's Law

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz corrections

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
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DATE: February 20, 2019new wednesday

roller coaster paper

TOPIC: Energy Transfer and Conservation

Today is "Project Day."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 
 

DATE: FEBRUARY 19, 2019 new tuesday


 TOPIC: Introduction to Electricity   

WARM UP: Escape Room

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is electricity?electricity by dtfox daizzte

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Introduction to Electricity  

ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Magnetic Maze

GROUPS WORK: Questions to answer

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Escape Room

VOCABULARY: Watts; series; parallel; Ohm's Law

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz corrections

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
 

DATE: February 18, 2019monday

TOPIC: Magnetism

WARM UP "Quizizz" 

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

What are some of the important practical and innovative uses of magnets today?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Magnetism


ANTICIPATORY SET: "Field Lines"3M6A

GROUPS WORKWord Problems to Solve

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORKField Lines

VOCABULARY: Domain; Ferro

INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes

CLOSING: Who Did It?

 
standards waves
 

new friday- February 15, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 
 

DATE: FEBRUARY 14, 2019 

.....QUIZ TODAY.....awesome thursday


 TOPIC: Informal Writing in Science   

WARM UP: Study Timewriting prompt

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the Doppler Effect?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: WAVES 2 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Wave Card Game

GROUPS WORK: Writing Prompt 

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Escape Room

VOCABULARY: Amplitude; Wavelength; Interference; Waves

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz and Quiz corrections

CLOSING:Word-Up

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 13, 2019 awesome wednesday


 TOPIC: WAVES 2    logo wavesgear

WARM UP: Escape Room

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are waves?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: WAVES 2 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Wave Card Game

GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy 

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Escape Room

VOCABULARY: Amplitude; Wavelength; Interference; Waves

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz corrections

CLOSING:Word-Up

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2019 triangle prism


 TOPIC: WAVES 2    awesome Tuesday

WARM UP: Escape Room

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are waves?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: WAVES 2 

ANTICIPATORY SET: Escape Room

GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy 

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy

VOCABULARY: Amplitude; Wavelength; Interference; Waves

INDEPENDENT WORK: IMA, AMA Packet

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
 

DATE: FEBRUARY 11, 2019awesome monday


 TOPIC: WAVES 2    pswaves sm

WARM UP: Escape Room

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are waves?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: WAVES

 

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Can You Lift This Box?" pictures due today

GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy ; Word -Up

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Jeopardy

VOCABULARY: Effort; Resistance; Force; Advantage; Waves

INDEPENDENT WORK: IMA, AMA Packet

CLOSING:Word-Up

 
energy
 

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 8, 2019awesome friday


 TOPIC: Mechanical Advantage     

WARM UP: Bird in a Cage

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Whatismechanicaladvantage
How do we calculate Mechanical Advantage?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Can You Lift This Box?"

GROUPS WORK: Lab in groups of three

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: "Submit Your Entry" question

VOCABULARY: Effort; Resistance; Force; Advantage

INDEPENDENT WORK: IMA, AMA Packet

CLOSING: Project Time

 

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 7, 2019

awesome thursday

unit test 


TOPIC: Simple Machine      
UNIT TEST TODAY - MOTION

WARM UP: 10 Minute Study Time

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Whatismechanicaladvantage
How do we calculate Mechanical Advantage?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Can You Lift This Box?"

GROUPS WORK: Lab in groups of three

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: "Submit Your Entry" question

VOCABULARY: Effort; Resistance; Force; Advantage

INDEPENDENT WORK: IMA, AMA Packet

CLOSING: WORK and POWER Packet

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 6, 2019  awesome wednesday   

TOPIC: Simple Machine mac     

WARM UP: Let It Snow

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 
What are the simple machines and how are they used?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
SIMPLE MACHINES

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Can You Lift This Box?"

GROUPS WORK: Lab in groups of three

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: "Warm-Up" question

VOCABULARY: Work; Power; Force; Focrum; Wheel and axle

INDEPENDENT WORK: Work and Power Packet

CLOSING: Lab Write-Up

 

DATE: February 4, 2019awesome Tuesday

roller coaster paper

TOPIC: Energy Transfer and Conservation

Today is "Project Day."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember and to clean up after youself.
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 4, 2019     

TOPIC: WORK and POWER       awesome mondayDinkDonk1

WARM UP: WEIGHT, how is that possible?

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 
How are work, power, and energy related?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
WORK AND POWER

ANTICIPATORY SET: Human Power Lab

GROUPS WORK: Lab in groups of threelab

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: "Warm-Up" question

VOCABULARY: Work; Power; Force; Energy; Newton; Joule; Watt

INDEPENDENT WORK: Work and Power Packet

CLOSINGLab Write-Up

 

DATE: FEBRUARY 1, 2019     awesome friday

TOPIC: WORK and POWER       work

WARM UP: QUIZIZZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How are work and Energy related?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:  WORK AND POWER

ANTICIPATORY SET: "Marshmallow Hurling"

GROUPS WORK: Lab in pairs

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: Escape Room Finale

VOCABULARY: Work; Power; Force

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quizizz; Work and Power Packet

CLOSING: Lab Write-Up

 

DATE: January 31, 2019awesome thursday

TOPIC: Energy Transfer       mini catapult

WARM UP: Study for QUIZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
What is "Thermal Energy" and how is it transfered?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation


ANTICIPATORY SET: "Poppers"

GROUPS WORK: Lab in pairs

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORK: LAB

VOCABULARY: Temperature; Heat; Radiation; Conduction; Convection

INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes and Quiz

CLOSING: Lab Write-Up

 

 

DATE: January 30, 2019

roller coaster paperawesome wednesday

TOPIC: Energy Transfer and Conservation

Today is "Project Friday."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 

 

DATE: January 29, 2019awesome Tuesday

TOPIC: Conservation of Energy

WARM UP "Mind Exercise" 

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is "The Law of Conservation of Energy?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation


ANTICIPATORY SET: "IDOL WORSHIP"Potential Energy img4

GROUPS WORKWord Problems to Solve

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORKFIRST CLUES to ESCAPE ROOM

VOCABULARY: Temperature; Heat;Conservation


INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes

CLOSING: Who Did It?

 

 

DATE: January 28, 2019awesome monday

TOPIC: Conservation of Energy

WARM UP "Mind Exercise" - Imagine a piece of Paper

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is "The Law of Conservation of Energy?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

POTENTIAL and KINETIC ENERGY


ANTICIPATORY SET: "Mind Exercise"Potential Energy img4

GROUPS WORKWord Problems to Solve

SURVIVOR GROUPS WORKRoller Coaster Transfer of Energy Problems

VOCABULARY: Potential; Kinetic;Conservation


INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes

CLOSING: Who Did It?

HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation

 
 WEEK of JANUARY 25,2019
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January 25, 2019awesome friday

TOPIC: Energy Transfer and Conservation

 

u6l2b1project day

 

 

January 24, 2019awesome thursday

TOPIC: Forces and Free Body DIAGRAMS

WARM UP NEWTON'S LAW SURVIVOR

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are "Free-Body " diagrams and how do they help us determne the direction of forces?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: FREE-BODY DIAGRAMS

close comps


ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Puzzles 4 - 7-8

GROUP WORK: Survivor 

SURVIVOR GROUPS: Study Group- Student Sheet

VOCABULARY: F-B Diagram
INDEPENDENT WORK: QUZIZ
CLOSING:Science Friction Superheroes

 quiz tomorrow

 

January 23, 2019

awesome wednesday

TOPIC: Forces and Free Body DIAGRAMS/FREE FALL

WARM UP:  NEWTON'S LAW SURVIVOR

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are "Free-Body " diagrams and how do they help us determne the direction of forces?

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: FREE-FALL and FREE-BODY DIAGRAMS

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ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Puzzles 5 - 6

GROUP WORK: Survivor Review Sheet and Survivor Escape Room

SURVIVOR GROUPS: Study Group- Student Sheet

VOCABULARY: F-B Diagram/Friction/Free-Fall
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note taking
CLOSING:Science Friction Superheroes

 

awesome Tuesday- January 22, 2019

TOPIC: Newton's Laws of Motion
WARM UP: Quizizz - Motion
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the THREE LAWS and how are they applied to our lives and the discipline of science?


ANTICIPATORY SET: escape room
Survivor Escape Room Puzzle One

The local Newton County Fair is hosting its annual Miss Velo City Pageant, but the tiara has been stolen! Showtime is 6:00pm and the crowning ceremony is at 8:00pm sharp! You must work quickly to locate and solve puzzles around the fair to determine where the tiara is and who is responsible for its disappearance! Was it Cheryl Brewster, the Pageant Director? Or one of the five contestants? Maybe it was Harold Humphries, the Newton County Fair Coordinator, or even a patron! Work together and use what you know about forces and motion to figure out where the tiara is and who stole it. You’ll need 8 lock codes to access the tiara once you’ve found it! If you get stumped, visit the Newton County Fair Customer Service desk to get a hint! Hurry up… The show is starting!


SURVIVOR GROUPS: Escape Room

PUZZLE 1:
Investigators found a cryptic ransom note in the backstage area of the Newton County Fair’s annual Miss Velo City Pageant and it sounds like this thief thinks he’s (she’s?) got the upper hand here! Maybe the note and this Pageant Talent Scorecard have a clue about who may have wanted to steal the tiara! You’ll need the 5 digit lock code to buy some more time! Hurry up… The crowning ceremony starts soon!

HINT for PUZZLE ONE

Newtons escape room puzzle 1
VOCABULARY:Word Up
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note taking
CLOSING: Name That Law

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Science Friction
                                                     
Science Friction Super heroes

 

awesome wednesday- January 23, 2019

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WEEK of January 14, 2019

awesome monday- January 14, 2019

TOPIC: Motion
WARM UP: QOD - Quick Write. On a sheet of paper, write a story of a least ten sentences answering the writing prompt.  Place your finished work in the class box.
Prompt: After reading the comic below, answer the following questions:
1. Did the comic make a true statement?
2. What was the total distance traveled by the boy?
3. What was the total displacement?
4. You may use a piece of graph paper to calculate both the distance and
    displacement.
5. Attach the graph paper to your written response.
6. Each student must turn in their own paper.
7. Be sure to answer in ten sentences or more. 

distance and displacement comis quick write


ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET:  Roller Coaster Project
GROUP WORK: ProJect
VOCABULARY:  Quick Write 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Writing Prompt
CLOSING: Clean up
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
MOTION

 

awesome Tuesday- January 15, 2019

TOPIC: Graphing star
WARM UP: YOUR WEIGHT on OTHER WORLDS 
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the difference between WEIGHT and MASS
ANTICIPATORY SET: YOUR WEIGHT on OTHER
WORLDS 

Mass and Weight

Before we get into the subject of gravity and how it acts, it's important to understand the difference between weight and mass.

We often use the terms "mass" and "weight" interchangeably in our daily speech, but to an astronomer or a physicist they are completely different things. The mass of a body is a measure of how much matter it contains. An object with mass has a quality called inertia. If you shake an object like a stone in your hand, you would notice that it takes a push to get it moving, and another push to stop it again. If the stone is at rest, it wants to remain at rest. Once you've got it moving, it wants to stay moving. This quality or "sluggishness" of matter is its inertia. Mass is a measure of how much inertia an object displays.

Weight is an entirely different thing. Every object in the universe with mass attracts every other object with mass. The amount of attraction depends on the size of the masses and how far apart they are. For everyday-sized objects, this gravitational pull is vanishingly small, but the pull between a very large object, like the Earth, and another object, like you, can be easily measured. How? All you have to do is stand on a scale! Scales measure the force of attraction between you and the Earth. This force of attraction between you and the Earth (or any other planet) is called your weight.

If you are in a spaceship far between the stars and you put a scale underneath you, the scale would read zero. Your weight is zero. You are weightless. There is an anvil floating next to you. It's also weightless. Are you or the anvil mass-less? Absolutely not. If you grabbed the anvil and tried to shake it, you would have to push it to get it going and pull it to get it to stop. It still has inertia, and hence mass, yet it has no weight. See the difference?

 

PLEASE DO THE GRAPHING EXERCISE
Place it in the box when done. 


 

 

awesome wednesday- January 16, 2019

TOPIC: Forces and Newton's Law
WARM UP: Quizizz
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is a FORCE and its relationship to Motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Visit This Page Please
GROUP WORK: WORD-UP
VOCABULARY: Force, Motion, Inertia
INDEPENDENT WORK: Notes
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Forces and Newton's First Law

 

awesome thursday- January 17, 2019

TOPIC: Newton's Laws of Motion2cartoon45 13 L
WARM UP: 10 Minute Study Time
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the THREE LAWS and how are they applied to our lives and the discipline of science?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Myth Buster
GROUP WORK: Questions to Answer
SURVIVOR GROUPS: Study Group and Myth Buster Activity
VOCABULARY:Inertia/Force/Action/Reaction
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note taking, Quiz
CLOSING: Name That Law

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Newton's Second Law

 

 awesome friday- January 18, 2019

TOPIC: Project Day - Correction Day

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WEEK of JANUARY 7 through January 11, 2019

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 new monday- January 7, 2019

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Please be sure to have your REFERENCE TABLE on your desk every day.
100% participation is equal to 100 points a day on you teams SURVIVOR score.

TOPIC: Breakout
WARM UP: Finish your Survivor Team Banner 
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?

SURVIVOR GROUP WORK: Electronic Breakout

INDEPENDENT WORK: notes

CLOSING: Survivor Boats

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: MOTION

 

new tuesday - January 8, 2019

TOPIC: Motionvector basicWARM UPDistance/Displacement Survivor Activity

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Distance/Displacement Survivor Activity
GROUP WORK: Survivor Activity; Vocaculary Game
VOCABULARY:  Yes/No Vocab. Game Distance/Displacement; 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Vectors
CLOSING: Vector Worksheet
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
MOTION

 
 

new wednesday - January 9, 2019

TOPIC: Motion
WARM UP: QOD - Quick Write. On a sheet of paper, write a story of a least ten sentences answering the writing prompt below. While writing the story, please answer all the questions within your paragraph. Place your finished work in the class box.

motion writing prompt
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Marble Motion Races
GROUP WORK: Marble Motion Races Lab
VOCABULARY:  Marble Motion Lab Pre-Lab Inquiry Paper 
INDEPENDENT WORK: Writing Prompt
CLOSING: Lab Write-Up completion
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
MOTION

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE TRIP CHOICES  Mr Stern will hold a brief informational meeting in his classroom on Thursday (1/10/19) discussing what will be included and both and an estimated price. If you cannot make it, but are interested be sure to see Mr. Stern ASAP. Cannot wait to see what you decide!

 

  new thursday- January 10, 2019

TOPIC: Motionillustration griff feature
WARM UP: QOD - Quick Write 
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: 
GROUP WORK: Distance/Displacement Dance
VOCABULARY: This/That/Which Doesn't Belong
INDEPENDENT WORK: Visit This Page Please
CLOSING: Survivor 
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: MOTION

 
 

new friday- January 11, 2019

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not  working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.


 
 

All Projects need to have a log book. 
Everyone on your team is responsible 
to turn in a log book at project termination. 
You must record an entry every day. Please 
follow the directions in the powerpoint below 
carefully. This is worth 50% of your grade

Log Book Instructions

Before working on a "Roller Coaster," 
the information below will be of great help:

Group Work: Roller Coaster Adventure

HOW TO MAKE A PAPER ROLLER clip art rollercoaster 780126
COASTER 
VIDEO

Roller Coaster Adventure.

Amusement Park Physics

Physics Glossary

Design a Roller Coaster

How do Coasters come to be?

Please watch all videos.

How to build a Roller Coaster Physics Style

How Roller Coasters Work

Additional Videos

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

SCORING RUBRIC

 

 Roller Coaster Log Instructions

 

 

 

 

 

periodic table 2018
 

new tuesday - - DECEMBER 11, 2018

TOPIC: NCFE REVIEW

TODAY: Math Review

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does math have to do with it?

Ancipatory Set: Survivor Math Jeopardy

Independent Work Exercise: Unit Test and Quiz Corrections

PowerPoint Lesson: Review

 

new wednesday- DECEMBER 12, 2018

TOPIC: NCFE REVIEW

TODAY: Survivor Jeopardy

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Electricity?

Ancipatory Set: Survivor 

Independent Work Exercise: Unit Test and Quiz Corrections

PowerPoint Lesson: Review

 

new thursday- DECEMBER 6, 2018  

 

 

TOPIC: NCFE REVIEW

TODAY: QUIZ Waves

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What variables do we use to describe Energy?

Ancipatory Set: Survivor Jeopardy

Independent Work Exercise: Unit Test and Quiz Corrections

PowerPoint Lesson: Review Suspensions - solutions

 
 

new friday- NOVEMBER 30, 2018  

TOPIC: NCFE REVIEW

TODAY: JEOPARDY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What variables do we use to describe Motion?

Ancipatory Set: Survivor Jeopardy

Independent Work Exercise: Unit Test and Quiz Corrections

PowerPoint Lesson: Jeopardy

 
 
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new monday - NOVEMBER 26, 2018 

TOPIC: ELECTRICITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Electricity?2014logo

Ancipatory Set: Dancing Balloons

Group Work: Magnet Racing

Independent Work Exercise: Quiz Corrections

 

PowerPoint Lesson:

The Hose

What is Electricity

 

 

 

 

new tuesday - NOVEMBER 27, 2018 

TOPIC #1: Parallel CircuitsLinearShortBoilweevil size restricted

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits??

GROUP WORK: Parallel Circuits Worksheet

REVIEW BOARDS done at tables

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

Today you will be correcting your Periodic Table for you quiz tomorrow.

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage; Parallel

INDEPENDENT WORK: PARALLEL CIRCUITS

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: PARALLEL CIRCUITS

TOPIC #2 : Series Circuitsseriescircuitbulbs

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits??

GROUP WORK: 

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage

INDEPENDENT WORK: SERIES CIRCUITS

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Series Circuits

 

new wednesday- NOVEMBER 28, 2018 

TOPIC: REVIEW HAS BEGUN!

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the difference between distance and displacement??

GROUP WORK: 
Which one doesn't Belong?; Heads Up Vocabulary: Review Board

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

VOCABULARY: Vector; distance; displacement

INDEPENDENT WORK: Periodic Table Quiz

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
MOTION 
Which One Doesn't Belong

 

new thursday- NOVEMBER 29, 2018 

TOPIC: Magnets

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is magnetism?

VOCABULARY: Domains; poles; Magnetic Field

INDEPENDENT WORK: Worksheet


PLEASE PLAY THE FOLLOWING GAMES. THESE WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND HOW MAGNETS WORK.

 TRY THIS LINK for a COOL GAME

HERE IS ANOTHER GAME

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Magnets

 

new friday- NOVEMBER 30, 2018 

 

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 new ruby tuesday

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PART 1:

WARM UP: Periodic Table Template

TOPIC: Radioactive Decay

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Radioactivity? 

GROUP WORK: pH Identification Lab

VOCABULARY: Alpha; Beta; Gamma; Radioactivity

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz Corrections

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Radio Active Decay

 

PART 2:

TOPIC: DENSITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Density? 

GROUP WORK: Density Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Density

INDEPENDENT WORK: Density Worksheet

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 

Ruby wednesday - NOVEMBER 14, 2018

Chemistry TABLE QUIZ

TOPIC: ACIDS and BASES 
Please read over the PowerPoint Presentation before you try to answer the questions on the worksheets.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What criteria do we use to differentiate between ACIDS and BASES?

GROUP WORK: Worksheets #1Worksheet #2

VOCABULARY: Acids; Bases; pH

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Acids and Bases

LAB - ACIDS and BASES

Part 2

TOPIC: DENSITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Density? 

GROUP WORK: Density Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Density

INDEPENDENT WORK: Density Worksheet

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 

ruby thursday- NOVEMBER 15, 2018

CHEMISTRY QUIZ TODAY

TOPIC: DENSITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is density an important physical property?

GROUP WORK: Density EGG LAB

VOCABULARY: Density; volume; water displacement

INDEPENDENT WORK: Density Worksheet

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 
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new friday- NOVEMBER 16, 2018

Today you will be taking a BENCHMARK. The test is online HERE IS THE LINK TO THE TEST. Please use the answer sheet and when you are done, place it in the class box.

You may then work on your project, your Log Book, or your writting project.

 

 

 

 
 OCTOBER 29 through NOVEMBER 5
 

 ruby thursday- NOVEMBER 8, 2018

TOPIC: Half-Lifehalflife

Starter Prompt: "Ten Minute Study Time"

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How is Half-Life determined?

HOOK: Half-Life Lab Exercise

GROUP WORK: QUIZ REVIEW and Lab Exercise

VOCABULARY: Decay; Half-Life; 

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz 

CLOSING: Word-Up

PART 2:

TOPIC: DENSITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Density? 

GROUP WORK: Density Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Density

INDEPENDENT WORK: Density Worksheet

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: DENSITY

 

 
 

new fridayNOVEMBER  9, 2018

TOPIC: Quiz Corrections (One on One) "Project Friday."  project day
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and d no 
   forget to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

 
 

ruby thursday

TOPIC: Reaction Typesbig thumb

Groups: Worksheets

Worksheet #1
worksheet # 2

 

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the different chemical reactions and how do we tell them apart?

VOCABULARY: Synthesis; Decomposition; double/Single Reation 

INDEPENDENT WORK: PowerPoint PresentationClick here for Student Reactions Power Point Lesson

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Student Reactions Power Point Lesson

 

y monday            OCTOBER 29 - 30, 2018            y tues

TOPIC: WRITING ASSIGNMENT

TODAY AND TOMORROW, you will be working on your last writing assignment for this class. It will be due on Friday. By Wednesday you will need to hand in your rough draft. I will review your paper and make suggestions for revisions. Please submit this on Google drive and allow editing, please.

Make sure your paper is double spaced; has a header which includes your name, the date and the title of your paper. You also will need a reference list.

FIRST THINGS FIRST: Look over the powerpoint presentation  Scienictific Writing Activity which includes information on reading science papers.

SECOND: Read these two papers explaining the differences between a summary and a synthesis paper. 

Writing a Synthesis and Summary vs. Synthesis 

LASTLY: Then read the two assigned reading passages. You will be writing a synthesis paper using these two articles.The mysterious Fourth State of Matter and The second Science Writing Passage - The Fifth State of Matter 

 

Group Work:

- With your table partner, read the two assigned passages
- Create an outline of what you believe are the main points  
  of each passage.
- Record these on the a sheet of paper.
- Take your list and compare it with what the other groups
- Record any additional information offered by the other members 
  of the class that you may have missed

Independent Work: You are now ready to write

Important Information:

You will have both Monday and Tuesday to work on this paper. It should be at least one page in length. Pay attention to the due dates above. I need your rough draft by Wednesday and your final paper by Friday. If you do not hand in a rough draft, you will receive a twenty five point deduction.

You will be graded as follows:
- Body of the paper will be worth 50 points and this section will be graded using the following rubric.

- Rough Draft will be worth twenty five points.

- Reference list will be worth fifteen points.

- Heading will be worth ten points.

 

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TOMORROW YOU WILL BE TAKING A PERIODIC TABLE QUIZ.
YOU WILL BE ABLR TO USE YOUR REFERENCE TABLE SO PLEASE
BE SURE YOU HAVE ALL THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON IT.
SEE BELOW.

periodic table

 

 y wednesOCTOBER 31, 2018

 

TOPIC: Magnets

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is magnetism?

VOCABULARY: Domains; poles; Magnetic Field

INDEPENDENT WORK: Worksheet


PLEASE PLAY THE FOLLOWING GAMES. THESE WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND HOW MAGNETS WORK.

 TRY THIS LINK for a COOL GAME

HERE IS ANOTHER GAME

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Magnets

 
 

 y thurs and y friday NOVEMBER 1 and 2

TOPIC: PROJECT DAYS
I will be back to school on Monday afternoon. At that time we will have to use all our time going over review. The finals are quickly approaching. So I am giving you these two day to finish your projects. I understand some have been ruined by other students. We will deal with this when I get back. Be sure you have your log book up to date. You will also use these two days to submit your final synthesis paper. 
When I get back we will go over balancing equations and chemical periodic table. Synthesis, Decomp etc. all of that which I was not there for. Then we will start review. Therefore there will be no more project time.

 

 

THERE WILL BE AN EXTENSION ON attention
THE PAPER UNTIL. THE FINAL PAPER
WILL BE DUE TUESDAY.

 
 

y mondayOCTOBER 22, 2018

TOPIC: Project Work Dayimagesmm

Due to the fact, that I am hoping that I will be able to come back to work tomorrow, and the fact that we missed two weeks of lessons, I am making today a project work day. This will enable us to make the best of the four remaining day to catch up on what we missed. Hoping to see you on Tuesday. Miss you all!!

 

 

y tuesOCTOBER 23, 2018

TOPIC: Chemistry Pre Quizbig thumb

Today you will be taking a Chemistry Pre-Quiz.

You may use your notes but you may not talk during this Pre-Quiz.

I will be out another two weeks.

I will collect these quizzes and give you feedback.

Please make sure you place them in the class box so I can correct them.

 

 
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Special Message

I am so sorry this had to happen; however, I have faith in you and I know when I come back we can get back on track. You all know I have my special secret ways and I will show you all of these. Just keep on keeping on. Learn what you can and I will reteach when I come back. I know some of you are in a state of panic but please be calm.. we will overcome! TOGETHER. I love you all.

 

y wednesOCTOBER 24, 2018

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TOPIC: ELECTRICITY

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is Electricity?

Group Work:  Ohm's Law Worksheet 1

Independent Work Exercise: Study this PowerPoint Lesson Please:

What is Electricity

 

 y thursOCTOBER 25, 2018

Please make sure all your work is in the class box. I will be picking it up on Friday morning. Miss you all!

TOPIC: Series Circuitsseriescircuitbulbs

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits??

GROUP WORK: Series Worksheet

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage

INDEPENDENT WORK: SERIES CIRCUITS

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Series Circuits

 

 
 
 

y fridayOCTOBER 26, 2018

Please make sure all your work is in the class box. I will be picking it up on Friday morning. Miss you all!

TOPIC: Parallel CircuitsLinearShortBoilweevil size restricted

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do Series Circuits differ from Parallel Circuits??

GROUP WORK: Parallel Circuits Worksheet

Please refer to your reference table for the equations you need to use. Make your triangles and have at it! YOU CAN DO THIS!

VOCABULARY: Series; Resistance; Current; Voltage; Parallel

INDEPENDENT WORK: PARALLEL CIRCUITS

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: PARALLEL CIRCUITS

 

OCTOBER 15 through OCTOBER 19, 2018

y mondayOCTOBER 15, 2018

I miss you guys!

TOPIC: Balancing Equations

StarterPrompt: If you are still having problems balancing equations, please watch the following video -  Here is a link to a video that may help you with the balancing of your chemical equations.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help us to balance equations?

GROUP WORK: Today will be a project make up day. You may also use this to complete you balancing equations worksheet. Please be sure to place your completed worksheet in the class box.

There will be a SMALL QUIZ THURSDAY on the PERIODIC TABLE. 

project day
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and d no 
   forget to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

 

y wednes- OCTOBER 17, 2018

TOPIC: Reaction Typesbig thumb

Groups: Worksheets

Worksheet #1
worksheet # 2

Please make sure you place them in the class box so I can correct them.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the different chemical reactions and how do we tell them apart?

VOCABULARY: Synthesis; Decomposition; double/Single Reation 

INDEPENDENT WORK: PowerPoint PresentationClick here for Student Reactions Power Point Lesson

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Student Reactions Power Point Lesson

 

 

y thursOCTOBER 18, 2018

TOPIC: ACIDS and BASES 
Please read over the PowerPoint Presentation before you try to answer the questions on the worksheets.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What criteria do we use to differentiate between ACIDS and BASES?

GROUP WORK: Worksheets #1; Worksheet #2

VOCABULARY: Acids; Bases; pH

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Acids and Bases

 

y fridayOCTOBER 19, 2018

TOPIC: "Project Friday."  project day
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and d no 
   forget to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

 OCTOBER 10 through OCTOBER 14. 2018

 

new wednesdayOCTOBER 10, 2018

TOPIC: Balancing EquationsPicture1

Starter Prompt: Unfortunately, I broke my knee on Friday. I know some of you saw me limping around. It was more serious than I thought. I am in a lot of pain. The doctor grounded me for two weeks. I know this is scary, but you will have to help each other during this time. I will review when I get back and you all will still get your "A" on the final. All grades are in and you all did great! so ery proud of you!. 

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help us to balance equations?

GROUP WORK: Handouts

-Chemical Bonding Worksheet

- Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet

- Rules for Balancing Equations

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons

INDEPENDENT WORK: Please take notes while you are studying the worksheets.

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Study these presentations so you can learn to balance equations;

2018 New Student Balancing Equations

Balancing Equatios #2

 

WORKSHEETS

- Balancing Equations #1

- Balancing Equations #2

 Here is a link to a video that may help you with the balancing of your chemical equations.

SMALL QUIZ TOMORROW on the PERIODIC TABLE.

 

new thursdayOCTOBER 11, 2018

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Here is a link to a video that may help you with the balancing of your chemical equations.

 

new fridayOCTOBER 12, 2018

TOPIC: "Project Friday."  project day
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and d no 
   forget to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

 

 

 

OCTOBER 1 though OCTOBER 5 , 2018

 

new mondayOCTOBER 1, 2018

TOPIC: WAVES survivor Logo

Starter PromptIn your Survivor Groups SURVIVOR TRIANGLE

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 

HOOK: At your table  Build an Element

GROUP WORK: Bohr and Lewis Structures 

Lewis Dot Handout with PowerPoint

Atomic Configuration Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Bohr; Lewis Structures; Element; 

INDEPENDENT WORK: Build an Element

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

Atoms and Elements

- Lewis Structures

- How To Lewis Dots

 
 
 
 

 new tuesday OCTOBER 2, 2018

 

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: Quizizz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Let It Snow

GROUP WORK: Review for Benchmark

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz Corrections

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: BONDS

 

new wednesday OCTOBER 3, 2018

OCTOBER 2, 2018

TOPIC: Chemical Bondshqdefault

Starter Prompt: Study Time

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Let It Snow

GROUP WORK: Review for Benchmark

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons; Diatomic

INDEPENDENT WORK: Benchmark

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: BONDS

- Super 7 Comic Strip

 

 

new thursdayOCTOBER 4, 2018

TOPIC: Chemical Bonds20110325151350 1 0

Starter Prompt: Survivor Video

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How does the Periodic Table help identify the different bonds?

HOOK: Survivor Activity

GROUP WORK: Atoms Survivor Activity

VOCABULARY: Ionic; Covalent; metallic; Valance electrons

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz Corrections

CLOSING: Word-Up

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: BONDS

SURVIVOR VIDEO

 

 

new friday

TOPIC: "Project Friday."  paper roller coaster activity
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work
in your group. If you are not 
   working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and d no 
   forget to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

 
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SEPTEMBER 24 - SEPTEMBER 28, 2018

new mondaySEPTEMBER 24, 2018

TOPIC: WAVESFrequency0

Starter Prompt: Fill-in-the-Blank

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the Doppler Effect?

HOOK:- Dopper Effect Activity

GROUP WORK: Doppler Effect Actvity

VOCABULARY: Doppler Effect; Amplitude; Frequency; Wavelength

INDEPENDENT WORK: Wave Calculation Worksheet

CLOSING: Video  

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Waves 

 
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 new tuesdaySEPTEMBER 25 2018

Informal Science Writing good essay

PROMPT:

Considering what you have recently learned about waves, and after reading the above comic strip; using learned vocabulary, and solid scientific reasoning, write an adequate paragraph explaining the logic behind the students statements. 


NOTE: 

In order for a paragraph to be considered “adequate” or “sufficient,” the paragraph should be well-developed and approximately 10 sentences long. The reader should not be left wanting more information. Similarly, the paragraph should include enough evidence, examples, and explanations; to support its topic sentence.
A general rule of thumb is to begin your paragraph with a topic sentence; develop that topic with evidence, and conclude the paragraph appropriately.

Your paragraph should include:

  • A topic sentence introducing the topic of the paragraph, that is broad enough to allow for clarification but narrow enough that it does not require a drawn out explanation.
  • A number of supporting sentences that explains and elaborate the point of the paragraph.
  • A concluding sentence that concisely ends the paragraph.
 
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TOPIC: Properties and Structure of Matter homework clipart essay writing 15

Starter Prompt: QUIZIZZ

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How is matter classified

HOOK:- Reaction in a BAG

GROUP WORK: Physical and Chemical 
Property Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Homogeneous; Heterogenious;Matter.

INDEPENDENT WORK: PHET Virtual Phase Change Lab

CLOSING: WRITING PROMPT

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Chemistry #1 
Physical and Chemical Change

 

 

 new wednesday SEPTEMBER 26 2018

QUIZ TOMORROW on WAVES

TOPIC: Properties and Structure of Matter 20160518 jelly marbles

Starter Prompt: Physical and Chemical Worksheet

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How is matter classified

HOOK:- Obleck Build an Element

GROUP WORK: 
 -  Physical and Chemical 
Property Worksheet

 -  Solubility Worksheet

VOCABULARY: Homogeneous; Heterogenious;Matter.

INDEPENDENT WORK: PHET Virtual Phase Change Lab

CLOSING: WRITING PROMPT

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Solutions

 

 

 new thursday  - SEPTEMBER 27, 2018

 

TODAY is your QUIZ on waves. Please study from your two mind maps that I made for you. I am sure you will "ROCK the QUIZ."

TOPIC: WAVES survivor Logo

Starter Prompt

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 

HOOK: Orbies

GROUP WORK: Today you will be playing a five round survivor game. Points achieved will be added to your survivor score. Follow this LINK to the Quiz Bowl Game 100 Questions.

VOCABULARY: Waves; Constructive; Destructive; Interference

INDEPENDENT WORK:  Follow this LINK to the Quiz Bowl Game 100 Questions.

CLOSING: 

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 

Atoms and Elements

- Lewis Structures

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

        - How To Lewis Dots

Group Work: 

Lewis Dot Handout with powerpoint

Vocabulary: vaporization/sublimation

Atomic Configuration Worksheet

 

 

new friday- SEPTEMBER 28, 2018

TOPIC: "Project Friday."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
   working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and d no 
   forget to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project
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 new wednesday

 

 new friday- SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

TOPIC: "Project Friday."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
   working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and d no
   forget to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project
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SEPTEMBER 10 through SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

- SEPTEMBER 10, 2018

TOPIC: WAVESwave

Starter Prompt: Survivor Activity Game
Survivor Clue for Today is "WOW"

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is no machine 100% efficient?

HOOK: Survivor Activity Game

GROUP WORK: IMA/AMA Packet

VOCABULARY: IMA/AMA; Efficiency; Effort Arm; Resistance

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz corrections

CLOSING: Which One Doesn't Belong

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Waves 

 

 new tuesday- SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
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Starter Prompt: IMA and AMA Packet
SURVIVOR CLUE: Follow this link.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is no machine 100% efficient?

HOOK: Heads - Up Vocabulary Game

GROUP WORK: IMA/AMA Packet

VOCABULARY: IMA/AMA; Efficiency; Effort Arm; Resistance

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz corrections

CLOSING: Which One Doesn't Belong

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Waves 

 

new wednesday- SEPTEMBER 12, 2018

TOPIC: WAVESgiphy

Starter Prompt: Quizizz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is meant by a medium?

HOOK: Heads - Up Vocabulary Game

GROUP WORK: Wave Behavior Handout

VOCABULARY: Frequency; wavelength; crest; through; transverse;longitudinal

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz corrections

CLOSING: Project Update

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Waves 

Holistic Wave Review

 

new thursday- SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

TOPIC: WAVESFrequency0

Starter Prompt

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 

HOOK: Heads - Up Vocabulary Game

GROUP WORK: 

VOCABULARY: 

INDEPENDENT WORK: Wave Calculation Worksheet

CLOSING: Which One Doesn't Belong

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Waves 

 

new friday- SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

Today is "Project Friday."  project
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
   working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

See below for further instructions on August 31st posting

This is your RUBRIC for the RUBE GOLDBERG Project

This is the  SCORING RUBRIC  for your Roller Coaster Project.

 
energy

 

SEPTEMBER 4 through SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

 

new tuesday - SEPTEMBER 4, 2018

TOPIC: ENERGY

rube

Starter Prompt: Quizizz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the six
simple machines and what purpose do they
play in everyday life?

HOOK: Rube Goldberg Machine

GROUP WORK: Rube Goldberg Drawing

VOCABULARY: WORK/POWER; WHEEL and AXLE

INDEPENDENT WORK: WORK AND POWER BOOKLET

CLOSING: Which Doesn't Belong

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

SIMPLE MACHINES

SURVIVOR CLUE: I am  made up of a combination of the living, dying, and dead. If the last number in your birth year is: 4 or 5, we are of one nature.

 

 

new wednesday- SEPTEMBER 5, 2018

TOPIC: ENERGYno quiz tomorrow

Starter Prompt: Review questions for Tomorrow's Quiz.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the definition of a simpe machine?

HOOK: You have invented the "SEVENTH SIMPLE MACHINE."

GROUP WORK: "SEVENTH SIMPLE MACHINE."

VOCABULARY: Simple Machine; IMA/AMA; Efficiency; Effort Arm; Resistance

INDEPENDENT WORK: WORK AND POWER BOOKLET

CLOSING: "Heads-Up game; Which One Doesn't Belong

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

SIMPLE MACHINES

 

 

new thursday- SEPTEMBER 6, 2018

TOPIC: SIMPLE MACHINESQuiz Tomorrow

Starter Prompt: Review questions for Tomorrow's Quiz with QUIZIZZ.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is the definition of a simpe machine?

HOOK: Nine Station Lab

GROUP WORK: "SEVENTH SIMPLE MACHINE."
"Nine Station Lab"

VOCABULARY: Simple Machine; IMA/AMA; Efficiency; Effort Arm; Resistance

INDEPENDENT WORK: Quiz corrections

CLOSING: "Heads-Up game; Which One Doesn't Belong

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

SIMPLE MACHINES

 

 

new friday- SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

 

Today 110314DoneWhenis "Project Friday."  
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not 
   working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one 
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember 
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

See below for further instructions on August 31st posting

This is your RUBRIC for the RUBE GOLDBERG Project

 
 

AUGUST 27 through AUGUST 31, 2018

 

- AUGUST 27, 2018

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TOPIC: ENERGY

Starter Prompt: Quizizz

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is it important to understand the flow of energy from one system to another?

HOOK: Heat Sensitive Papers

GROUP WORK:

- Discuss in your group what you want to present as your final project.

- Submit plans no later than Wednesday

SURVIVOR: 1. Clue #1 of 3 to break the code and earn the first clue.

                    2. Name That Energy Transfer

VOCABULARY:  Heat/Temperature; Conduction/Convection/Radiation

INDEPENDENT WORK:  Quiz Corrections

CLOSING: Submit your plans for final project

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO YOUR PROJECT TEMPLATE

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation

 

 

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TOPIC: ENERGY

Starter Prompt: Energy Transfer Worksheet

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is it important to understand the flow of energy from one system to another?

HOOK: The Skate Park - Click Here

GROUP WORK: 
- Discuss in your group what you want to present as your final project.
- Submit plans no later than Wednesday

VOCABULARY: Potential/Kinetic

INDEPENDENT WORK: The Skate Park
- Click Here - do all three 
scenarios

CLOSING: Submit your plans for final project

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO YOUR PROJECT TEMPLATE


POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Potential Kinetic Energy 

 

 

wednesday- AUGUST 29, 2018

 

TOPIC: ENERGYplan practice prepare

Starter Prompt: SURVIVOR CLUE

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is it important to understand the flow of energy from one system to another?

HOOK: Practice Quiz

GROUP WORK: 
- Discuss in your group what you want to present as your final project.
- Submit plans no later than the end f BLOCK TODAY

VOCABULARY: Potential/Kinetic; Work/Power

INDEPENDENT WORK: Practice Test

CLOSING: Submit your plans for final project

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO YOUR PROJECT TEMPLATE


POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

WORK and POWER

 

 

thursday- AUGUST 29, 2018

TOPIC: ENERGY

Starter Prompt: Roller Coaster Energy Problems

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 

work powerWhat is the difference between work and power?

HOOK: Survivor Prompt

GROUP WORK: 
- Roller Coaster Energy Problems
- Survivor Prompt
- Work and Power Unit Packet

VOCABULARY: Work/Power

INDEPENDENT WORK:  
- Work and Power Review Packet
- Quiz

CLOSING: Submit your plans for final project

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO YOUR PROJECT TEMPLATE

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

WORK and POWER

 

 

friday - AUGUST 31, 2018

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Today begins "Project Friday." 
Things to Remember:
- This is not a free day, you are to work in your group. If you are not
   working, you will receive a zero for the day.
- We will also be working on Test and Quiz corrections and one on one
   tutoring during this time.
- Remember to come equipped with the needed supplies and remember
   to fill in your Log Book each day you work on your project

 

FINAL PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS and HELPS

 log book

 All Projects need to have a log book.
Everyone on your team is responsible
to turn in a log book at project termination.
You must record an entry every day. Please
follow the directions in the powerpoint below
carefully. This is worth 50% of your grade

Log Book Instructions

 

 

 

If you are working on a "Roller Coaster,"
the information below will be of great help:

Group Work: Roller Coaster Adventure

HOW TO MAKE A PAPER ROLLER clip art rollercoaster 780126
COASTER 
VIDEO

Roller Coaster Adventure.

Amusement Park Physics

Physics Glossary

Design a Roller Coaster

How do Coasters come to be?

Please watch all videos.

How to build a Roller Coaster Physics Style

How Roller Coasters Work

Additional Videos

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

SCORING RUBRIC

 

AUGUSt 20 through August 24, 2018

 

monday- AUGUST 20, 2018

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TOPIC: Friction and Free-Fall
WARM UP: Quizziz
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is friction and what is its importance within the discussion of motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET:  2015 weekly friction phone book interleave

GROUP WORK: Science Friction Super Hero
VOCABULARY: Friction; rolling/sliding/static/fluid
INDEPENDENT WORK: CLICK HERE and click on friction.
CLOSING: Science Friction Super Hero
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Free Fall
Science Friction 
Science Friction Super heroes

 

tuesday- AUGUST 21, 2018closedtoday

TOPIC: NO CLASS TODAY ENJOY!

 
 
 

wednesday- AUGUST 22, 2018bench tomorrow



TOPIC: 
ENERGY - Conservation and Transfer

WARM UP: Orthography
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What does the Law of Conservation of energy state?
HOOK:  Please watch THIS VIDEO.
GROUP WORK: Newton's Law Survivor
VOCABULARY: Transfer/Transformation; Heat/Temperature

INDEPENDENT WORK:  Quiz Corrections
CLOSING: Transfer or Transformation Game
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

 

thursday- AUGUST 23, 2018

  

benchmark

TOPIC: ENERGY
WARM UP: 10 minute study session for the benchmark. 5 minute questions for the teacher.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What determines whether a substance is a heat source or a heat sink?
HOOK: "The Black Square"
GROUP WORK: Study Session
VOCABULARY: Heat/Temperature; source/sink
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note Taking
CLOSING: Using index cards for roller coaster; what are your plans
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

- HEAT SOURCE/HEAT SINK
- PHASE CHANGES of WATER
LATENT HEAT
HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation

 

friday   - AUGUST 24, 2018 

TOPIC: ENERGY

thermo

WARM UP: QOD - Warm-Up Slide

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why is it important to understand the flow of energy from one system to another?
ANTICIPATORY SET: 
GROUP WORK: 
- Discuss in your group what you want to present as your final project.
- Submit plans no later than Wednesday
VOCABULARY: Latent Heat; Phase Change
INDEPENDENT WORK: 
CLOSING: Submit your plans for final project

FOLLOW THIS LINK TO YOUR PROJECT TEMPLATE


POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

- PHASE CHANGES of WATER
LATENT HEAT
HEAT- Conduction, Convection, Radiation

 

 AUGUST 13 THROUGH AUGUST 16, 2018

 

monday- AUGUST 13, 2018

 

 

TOPIC: Motion
WARM UP: QOD - Warm-Up Slide
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Marble Racing
GROUP WORK: Race Your Marbles
VOCABULARY: Speed/Velocity; Inertia/Force/Action/Reaction
INDEPENDENT WORK: 
CLOSING: Survivor Marble Race
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
 Newton's First Law ; Newton's Second Law

 

tuesday - AUGUST 14, 2018

TOPIC: Motion
WARM UP: Quizziz
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the THREE LAWS and how are they applied to our lives and the discipline of science?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Survivor Motion
GROUP WORK: Name That Law
SURVIVOR GROUPS: Motion Survivor; Balloon Racing
VOCABULARY:Inertia/Force/Action/Reaction
INDEPENDENT WORK: Note taking
CLOSING: Name That Law

POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: 
Newton's Second Law,
Newton's Third Law

 

wednesday - AUGUST 15, 2018

TOPIC: Motion
WARM UPMotion Survivor
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: Heads-Up Vocabulary Game
GROUP WORK: Newton's Second Law; Heads-Up; WhiteBoard Free-Draw
VOCABULARY: Force; Action/Reaction; Free Body Diagram; Friction
INDEPENDENT WORK:  Note taking
CLOSING: Name That Law
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:
Newton's Third Law
Forces and Free-Body Diagrams
 

 

 thursday- AUGUST 16, 2018

TOPIC: Motion
WARM UP: 10 Minute Study Session
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: 
What is the relationship between FORCES and MOTION?
ANTICIPATORY SET: 9 Station Lab
GROUP WORK: 9 Station Lab; Study Session
VOCABULARY: Inertia; Force; Action/Reaction; weight/Mass
INDEPENDENT WORK: Motion Quiz
CLOSING: Finish your Newton's Law Comic
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION:

Forces and Free-Body Diagrams

Science Friction

 

AUGUST 6 THROUGH AUGUST 10, 2018

forces and motion
 
   

thursday

- AUGUST 9, 2018 

 

TOPIC: Motion
WARM UP: QOD - 0fe6ff33b1f4011b65f27ed63f3e8c4d5cd9e0ef
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What are the variables used to describe motion?
ANTICIPATORY SET: 
GROUP WORK: Four Station Lab Exercise
VOCABULARY: This/That/Which Doesn't Belong
INDEPENDENT WORK: Visit This Page Please
CLOSING: Survivor 
POWER-POINT PRESENTATION: Newton's First Law 

dISTANCE dISPLACEMENT
DISTANCE AND DISPLACEMENT TASK CARDS
 

 

Electromagnetic Spectrum

Chemistry #1 Physical and 
Chemical Changes

Group Work:

Physical and Chemical 
Property Worksheet

Chemistry #1 
Physical and Chemical Change

Electromagnetic Spectrum


Independent Work Exercise:

Science Writting Passageou are now ready to write   

 

The Hose

Independent Work:

Ohm's Law Worksheet 2

Differentiation:

Advanced Lesson Electricity

Series Circuits

Parallel Circuits

Electric Circuits and Current

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Electric Circuits and Current

The Hose

Independent Work Exercise:

Ohm's Law Worksheet 2

Electric Circuits and Current

Student Electromagne

PowerPoint Lesson:

What is Electricity

Write a Book on Atoms 

PS QUIZ BOWL GAME
Please go to the following LINK to access the questions.

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

Student Electromagnets

Electromagnet Labts

 CLICK HERE for the 

ULTIMATE REVIEW PP

 "Quiz Bowl 100"

- Quiz Bowl Game #

Alpha, Beta, Gamma Radiation

Ohm's Law Worksheet

Review "Survival" Sheet

- 2017 ChemBond

- Physical and Chemical Properties Worksheet

Phase Change Worksheet

Anticipatory Set: Mystery Question

 

Anticipatory Set: Periodic Table Video

The first column of elements in the Periodic Table are Alkaline Metals. They are the most reactive. As you travel down this column the reactivity increases. Check out this video.

 

Solids Liquids and all the Rest

- Super 7 Comic Strip

- Lewis Structures

Lewis Dot Handout with powerpoint

Vocabulary: vaporization/sublimation

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:
        - How To Lewis Dots

Independent Work Exercise: 

         Lewis Dot Structures

              - page 1

              - page 2

Atoms

Group Work:  

PS QUIZ BOWL GAME
Please go to the following LINK to access the Unit Test. 

Waves Review

Vocabulary:  Cation/Anion

Group Work:

 Balancing Charges - whiteboard

Independent Work Exercise:

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Vocabulary Exercise 
Independent Work Exercise:

Atomic Configuration Worksheet 

Lewis Dot Structures


Practicing Lewis Structures

Lewis Structures for Compounds

 

Anticipatory Set - Snot
Sick Science. Here is the LINK to the lab.

 Solutions

Atoms and Elements

Wednesday11/9

PowerPoint Lesson:

Atoms and Elements

Atoms and Elements

 

Atomic Configuration Worksheet

Writing a Synthesis

Summary vs. Synthesis 

Science Writting Passage 
- The Fifth State of Matter 

Wednesday11/2

PowerPoint Lesson:

 Solutions

Group Work:

 QB Review Link 

Follow this Link to the Quiz Bowl Game 10 

Magnetism

Video

 

Article

Follow this LINK to the Quiz Bowl Game 100 Questions.

Electric Circuits and Current

Electromagnet Lab

Scientific Writing

 Scienictific Writing Activity

Writing Exercise

Electricity

Series Circuits

Parallel Circuits

What is Electricity

 

Please go to the following LINK for Quiz Bowl  - to access the questions for game 2

Independent Work Exercise:

Ohm's Law Worksheet 1

Electri Circuits and Curren