PHYSICAL SCIENCE for SPRING 2017

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PHYSICAL SCIENCE CLASS!

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ULTIMATE REVIEW

MAY 15 

What'sHappening    thisWEEK


THE
ULTIMATE REVIEW
HAS BEGUN

 
   

Monday - 5/15

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ULTIMATE REVIEW PP
   

Monday - 5/8

DAY #6

There is a QUIZ Tomorrow

Topic: Matter: Motion

Warm-Up Question of the Day

    - QUIZIZZ - Motion

Essential Question:

What are the variables that effect motion?

Anticipatory Set: 
"QUIZIZZ"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
"Review Jeopardy"

Vocabulary: 
Energy/Work/Power

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Potential and Kinetic Energy

Work and Power

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Periodic Table

 

   
 

Tuesday - 5/9

DAY #7

 

There is a QUIZ Today

Topic: Matter: waves

Warm-Up Question of the Day

    - QUIZIZZ - Waves

Essential Question:

What are the variables that wave motion?

Anticipatory Set: 
"NC Test Instructions - LOL"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
"Wave Review Sheet"

Vocabulary: 
Energy/Work/Power

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Waves

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Periodic Table

   
 

Wednesday - 5/10

DAY #8

 

There is a QUIZ Tomorrow

Topic: Matter: waves

Warm-Up Question of the Day

    - QUIZIZZ - Chemistry

Essential Question:

What are the variables that wave motion?

Anticipatory Set: 
"Quiz Bowl 100"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
"Quiz Bowl 100"

- White Board.
- Word-Up

- Quiz Bowl Game #2

Vocabulary: 
- All

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

QUIZ BOWL REVIEW

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Periodic Table

   

Thursday - 5/11

DAY #9

There is a QUIZ Today

Topic: Matter: REVIEW

Warm-Up Question of the Day

    - QUIZIZZ - Chemistry

Essential Question:

What is the best way to review?

Anticipatory Set: QUZ Bowl

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 

- Chemistry Worksheet

- Quiz Bowl Game #2

Vocabulary: 
- All

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

QUIZ BOWL REVIEW

Independent Work Exercise: 
Take Your Quiz
 - Quiz Corrections

- Periodic Table

   

Monday - 5/1

DAY #1

There is a QUIZ Tomorrow

Topic: Matter: REVIEW

Warm-Up Question of the Day

    - QUIZIZZ - Chemistry

Essential Question:

How Do We Use the Periodic Table?

Anticipatory Set: 
"Quiz Bowl"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
"Quiz Bowl"
W
hite Board Exercises

Vocabulary: 
Periodic Table

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Alpha, Beta, Gamma Radiation

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Periodic Table

 

Tuesday - 5/2

DAY #2

 

There is a QUIZ Tomorrow

Topic: NEWTON'S THREE LAWS

Warm-Up Question of the Day

    - Worksheet

Essential Question:

How do Newton's three laws apply to everyday motion?

Anticipatory Set: 
"Shuttle Launch"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk - Shuttle Launch
"Review Jeopardy"

Vocabulary: 
inertia/forces /action/reaction

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Newton's Laws of Motion

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Periodic Table

 

   
 

Wednesday - 5/3

DAY #3

 

There is a QUIZ Tomorrow

Topic: 
FORCES and FREE BODY DIAGRAMS

Warm-Up 
    Quizizz

    - Worksheet

Essential Question:

How do Newton's three laws apply and explain the concept of forces?

Anticipatory Set: 
"Review Jeopardy"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
"Review Jeopardy"

Vocabulary: 
inertia/forces /action/reaction

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Forces

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

  - Review Quiz

- Periodic Table

  
 

Thursday - 5/4

DAY #4

 There is a QUIZ Tomorrow

Topic: 
REVIEW BOARDS

Warm-Up 
    Quizizz

Essential Question:

How do we review for the NCFE?

Anticipatory Set: 
"Review Jeopardy"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
"Review BOARDS"

Vocabulary: 
Physical Science

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 - Review "Survival" Sheet

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

  - Review Quiz

- Periodic Table

   
 

Friday - 5/5

DAY #5

There is a QUIZ Tomorrow

Topic: 
REVIEW BOARDS

Warm-Up 
    Quizizz

Essential Question:

How do we review for the NCFE?

Anticipatory Set: 
"Review Jeopardy"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
"Review BOARDS"

Vocabulary: 
Physical Science

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Electricity

Ohm's Law Worksheet

Review "Survival" Sheet

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

  - Review Quiz

- Periodic Table

  
  
 
   
   
   
 

There is a QUIZ on FRIDAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day - Quizziz

Essential Question:

how can we recognize the different reaction types?

Anticipatory Set: 
"What the Heck"

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
-  
Card Sorting
- Reaction Type

Vocabulary: 
Synthesis/Decomposition /Combustion
Double/Single Replacement

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Reaction Types

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Balancing Equations Worksheet

- Periodic Table

Reaction Types Worksheet

   
Wednesday - 4/5

There is a QUIZ on FRIDAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day - Quizziz

Essential Question:

Why do we balance equations?

Anticipatory Set: 
Form a Compound with a Friend

Group Work:  

- Table Talk 
-  
Form a Compound with a Friend

- Balancing Equations

Vocabulary: 
Balancing/Compounds /Law of Conservation of Matter

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Balancing Equations

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Balancing Equations Worksheet

- Periodic Table

   
Tuesday - 4/4

There is a QUIZ on FRIDAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day - CHANGES

Essential Question:

How do we differentiate between a physical and chemical change?

Anticipatory Set: 
Periodic Table Competition Begins

Group Work:  

Bonding Worksheet
- Table Talk 
-  CHANGES
- Bond Types

Vocabulary: 
Physical/Chemical /Properties

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- 2017 ChemBond

Independent Work Exercise: 
 - Quiz Corrections

- Periodic Table

- Physical and Chemical Properties Worksheet

   
Monday - 4/3

There is a QUIZ on FRIDAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day - Fizziks Kwis

Essential Question:

How do we differentiate between a physical and chemical change?

Anticipatory Set: 
Periodic Table Competition Begins

Group Work:  

- Physical and Chemical Properties Worksheet
- Table Talk 
Fizziks Kwis

Vocabulary: 
Physical/Chemical /Properties

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Matter States and Changes

- 2017 ChemBond

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Periodic Table

- Physical and Chemical Properties Worksheet

  
Wednesday - 3/29

There is a TEST on FRIDAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Periodic Table Exercise 

Essential Question:

What does energy have to do with Latent Heat?

Anticipatory Set: Periodic Table Bee

Group Work:  

- Phase Change Worksheet
- Table Talk (Periodic Table Bee)
- Super 7 Activity

Vocabulary: Latent Heat/Energy
States of Matter.

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Super 7 Comic Strip

- Latent Heat

Independent Work Exercise: 

Phase Change Worksheet

 
Tuesday - 3/28

There is a TEST on FRIDAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day Quizizz  

Essential Question:

What is Latent Heat?

Anticipatory Set: Mystery Question

Group Work:  

- Solubility Curve
- Table Talk (Mystery Question)
- Super 7 Activity

Vocabulary: Latent Heat/Solubility
States of Matter.

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Super 7 Comic Strip

- Latent Heat

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Soluability Worksheet
States of Mater

Phase Change Worksheet

 
Monday - 3/27

There is a TEST on FRIDAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day Quizizz (Vocabulary)   

Essential Question:

What is Latent Heat?

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.

Group Work:  

- White Board Exercise
- Table Talk
- Super 7 Activity

Vocabulary: Super 7/Solid/Suspension/Colloid
Liquid/Gas/Solution/Mixture

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Solids Liquids and all the Rest

- Super 7 Comic Strip

- Latent Heat

- New Solutions

Independent Work Exercise: 

Phase Change Worksheet

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Friday - 3/24

JOSE:

Here is your
Make-UP QUIZ.

Topic: Energy Conservation

HOW TO MAKE A PAPER ROLLER 
COASTER 
VIDEO

Warm-Up - Reaction in a Bag 

Objective:
To explain energy and itstransfer within a system.

Essential Questions

How is energy conserved within a system?

Vocabulary:   Transfer/Transformation


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Roller Coaster Adventure

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

Group Work: 

Roller Coaster Adventure.

During the second half of class, you will be working on designing your coaster. Please read through the entireWeb Quest and visit each of the recommended sites.

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

SCORING RUBRIC

Closure: 
Essential Question/Time With Teacher

Log Book Instruction:

Roller Coaster Log Instructions
   
 Thursday - 3/23

There is a QUIZ TODAY

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day    

Essential Question:

What are th different states of matter?

Anticipatory Set: Mystery Question

Group Work:  

- White Board Exercise
- Table Talk
- Super 7 Activity

Vocabulary: Super 7/Solid/Suspension/Colloid
Liquid/Gas/Solution/Mixture

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Solids Liquids and all the Rest

- Super 7 Comic Strip

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quiz on Atoms

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Wednesday - 3/22

PowerPoint Lesson: 

Solids Liquids and all the Rest

- Super 7 Comic Strip

 

WorkSheet:

 

- Atomic Configuration 
  Work Sheet

 

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day    

Essential Question:

What is meant by the phrase "Phase Changes"?

Anticipatory Set: Quizizz

- Take the quiz.

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game
- Super 7 Activity

Vocabulary: Super 7/Solid/Suspension/Colloid
Liquid/Gas/Solution/Mixture

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Solids Liquids and all the Rest

- Super 7 Comic Strip

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quizizz Exercise

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Tuesday - 3/21

PowerPoint Lesson: 

- Lewis Structures

 

WorkSheet:

 

- Atomic Configuration 
  Work Sheet

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day    

Essential Question:

How can we represent electronic structures?

Anticipatory Set: Draw an ATOM

- Take a card from the back table
- Using your PSRT, identify your atom
- Draw your atom on the large White Boards
- When you are done, check the other student's 
   atoms and put a check mark if they are correct.

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game
- Atomic Structure Activity
- Configuration Worksheet

Vocabulary: Atom/Element/Proton/Neutron/
Periodic Table/Bohr Model/Lewis Structure

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Lewis Structures

Independent Work Exercise: 

 - Atomic Configuration Work Sheet

 

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Monday - 3/20

PowerPoint Lesson: 

- Atomic Structure

- Lewis Structures

 

WorkSheet:

- Atom Basics

- Atomic Configuration
Work Sheet

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up - Question of the Day    

Essential Question:

How can we represent electronic structures?

Anticipatory Set: Musical Glasses Presentation

Group Work:  

- Vocabulary Game
- Musical Glasses
- Configuration Worksheet

Vocabulary: Atom/Element/Proton/Neutron/Periodic Table/Bohr Model

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Atomic Structure

- Lewis Structures

Independent Work Exercise: 

- Atom Basics

 - Atomic Configuration Work Sheet

 

Tuesday - 3/21

PowerPoint Lesson: 

 

Topic: Matter: Properties and Change

Warm-Up:
                  - Tell Me Something Good
                  - Question of the Day

Group Work: 

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

Closure: Share What You Know

   

Tuesday - 3/21

PowerPoint Lesson:

Waves

ALERT - Quiz THURSDAY

Topic: Waves

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

How can we calculate wave properties?

Anticipatory Set: Fact or Fiction

Vocabulary: Transverse/Compressional/Doppler Effect Amplitude/Crest Trough/Frequency/Wavelength

Lab Activity: Musical Water Lab Activity

Group Work: 
White Board Exercise
Musical Water Lab Activity

Videos:
Doppler Effect

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Waves

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quizizz

Cornell Note Summary

Closure:
Please visit the following websites

Waves

Amplitude

Wavelength

Frequency

 
 

Tuesday - 3/14

PowerPoint Lesson:

Waves

ALERT - Quiz THURSDAY

Topic: Waves

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

How can we calculate wave properties?

Anticipatory Set: Quizizz

Vocabulary: Velocity/Frequency/Wavelength

Lab Activity: Musical Water Lab Activity

Group Work: 
White Board Exercise
Musical Water Lab Activity

Videos:
Doppler Effect

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Waves

Independent Work Exercise: 

Wave Problems to Solve

Please visit the following websites

Waves

Amplitude

Wavelength

Frequency

Closure: Cornell Note Summary

Musical Water Lab Activity

   

Wednesday - 3/8

PowerPoint Lesson:

Waves

 

ALERT - QUIZ THURSDAY

Topic: The Nature of Waves

Warm-Up - Quizizz

Essential Question:

How can we differentiate between the different types of waves?

Anticapitory Set:  "Which One Does Not Belong" Vocabulary Game

Vocabulary: 
Doppler Effect/Frequency/Wavelength

Lab Activity: Musical Water Lab Activity

Group Work: 
White Board Exercise
Jeopardy
Musical Water Lab Activity

Videos:
Doppler Effect

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Waves

Independent Work Exercise: 

Cornell Note
Quizizz

Closure: 
Please visit the following websites

Waves

Amplitude

Wavelength

Frequency

Musical Water Lab Write Up

Physical Science Lab Template

  
Thursday - 3/16

ALERT - QUIZ TODAY

Topic: The Nature of Waves

Warm-Up - "Solve this Mystery"
1. You will receive an envelope containing 
a question that entails using your science
knowledge and research skills to answer.
2. Each team will be given the opportunity to ask me two questions concerning the assigned task.
3. Make your questions well thought out.
4. You now have 20 minutes to solve the mystery.  

Essential Question:

How can we make music?

Anticapitory Set:  "Dry Ice Bubbles"

Vocabulary: 
Doppler Effect/Frequency/Wavelength

Lab Activity: Musical Water Lab Activity

TODAY IS PRESENTATION DAY

Group Work: 
"Solve This Mystery"
Musical Water Lab Activity PRESENTATION

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Waves

Atoms

Independent Work Exercise: 

Cornell Note
Wave Quiz

Closure: 
Please visit the following websites

Waves

Amplitude

Wavelength

Frequency

Musical Water Lab PRESENTATION

   

Thursday - 3/2

PowerPoint Lesson:

DENSITY - Sink or Swim

ALERT - QUIZ TODAY

Topic: Density

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

How can we calculate density?

Anticipatory Set: Egg Drop

Vocabulary: Density/Mass/Volume

Lab Activity: Make a density column

Group Work: 
Density Lab
White Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

DENSITY - Sink or Swim

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quiz

Closure: Elgg Write-Up

Click Here to Access the 
Physical Science Lab Template

Cornell Note Summary

   

Wednesday - 3/1

PowerPoint Lesson:

Parallel Circuits

ALERT - QUIZ THURSDAY

Topic: Electricity

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

How can we differentiate between a series and a parallel circuit?

Anticipatory Set: Jeopardy

Vocabulary: Series/Parallel/Circuit

Lab Activity: Make an Electromagnetic

Group Work: 
Atomic Charges
White Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Parallel Circuits

 

Independent Work Exercise: 

Series and Parallel Worksheet

Circuit Construction Kit: DC in HTML5

Quiz Corrections

Series and Parallel Circuits Worksheet

Closure: Electromagnetic Write-Up

Click Here to Access the 
Physical Science Lab Template

Cornell Note Summary

DON"T FORGET TO ......

 

ROLLER COASTER PREJECT:
Log Book:
 Do Not FORGET to fill in your log book for each day you have worked on your project.
IMPORTANT: do not forget the "WHAT I HAVE LEARNED" section.

 

Monday - 2/27

PowerPoint Lesson:

Circuits and Voltage

ALERT - QUIZ THURSDAY

Topic: Electricity

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

What is an electrical charge?

Anticipatory Set: CHARGE UP GAME

Vocabulary: Electricity/Charge/Current/Voltage

Lab Activity: Atomic Charges

Group Work: 
Atomic Charges
White Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Circuits and Voltage

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quiz Corrections

Video - Charges on  ATOMS

DON"T FORGET TO ......

ROLLER COASTER PREJECT:
Log Book:
 Do Not FORGET to fill in your log book for each day you have worked on your project.
IMPORTANT: do not forget the "WHAT I HAVE LEARNED" section.

Closure: Cornell Note Summary

   
 

Tuesday - 2/28

PowerPoint Lesson:

Series Circuits

 

PLEASE FILL IN THIS SURVEY

ALERT - QUIZ THURSDAY

Topic: Electricity

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

How can we differentiate between a series and a parallel circuit?

Anticipatory Set: Draw a Circuit

Vocabulary: Series/Parallel/Circuit

Lab Activity: Draw a Circuit

Group Work: 
Atomic ChargesWhite Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Series Circuits

Independent Work Exercise: 

Series and Parallel Worksheet

Quiz Corrections

Series and Parallel Circuits Worksheet

Closure: JEOPARDY REVIEW

Cornell Note Summary

 

DON"T FORGET TO ......

 

ROLLER COASTER PREJECT:
Log Book:
 Do Not FORGET to fill in your log book for each day you have worked on your project.
IMPORTANT: do not forget the "WHAT I HAVE LEARNED" section.

   

Thursday - 2/23

PowerPoint Lesson:

Circuits and Voltage

ALERT - QUIZ TODAY

 

Topic: Magnetism and Electricity

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

What is ELECTRICITY?

Anticipatory Set: A Mystery to Solve

Vocabulary: Electricity/Charge/Current/Voltage

Lab Activity: Dry Ice 

Click Here to Access the 
Physical Science Lab Template

Group Work: 
Lab Activity
White Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Circuits and Voltage

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quiz 

Reding Assignments

ROLLER COASTER PREJECT:
Log Book:
 Do Not FORGET to fill in your log book for each day you have worked on your project.
IMPORTANT: do not forget the "WHAT I HAVE LEARNED" section.

Closure: Cornell Note Summary

 

Wednesday - 2/22

PowerPoint Lesson:

What is Electricity

Circuits and Voltage

ALERT - QUIZ TOMORROW

Topic: Magnetism and Electricity

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

What is ELECTRICITY?

Anticipatory Set: Static Electricity Activity

Vocabulary: Electricity/Charge/Current/Voltage

Lab Activity: Static Electricity

Group Work: 
Lab Activity
White Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

What is Electricit

Circuits and Voltage

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quiz Corrections

Reding Assignments

ROLLER COASTER PREJECT:
Log Book:
 Do Not FORGET to fill in your log book for each day you have worked on your project.
IMPORTANT: do not forget the "WHAT I HAVE LEARNED" section.

 

Closure: Cornell Note Summary

Tuesday - 2/14

PowerPoint Lesson:

- Inclined Plane

- The Lever

- Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

- The Wedge and Screw

Group Work:

IMA and AMA Worksheet

Independent Work:

Quiz Corrections

Topic: Simple Machines

Warm-Up Question of the Day 

Essential Question:

Why can no machine be 100% efficient?

Anticipatory Set: Elephant's Toothpaste

Lab Activity:Lever Lab

Take notes as you go along, please

Group Work: Lever Lab

1)White Board Exercise "Table Partners"

Do the word problems that go along with the power point presentation as a table exercise. Teach each other.

Vocabulary:

- Lever/Inclined Plane/Mechanical Advantage

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

- Inclined Plane

- The Lever

- Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

- The Wedge and Screw

- This One Matters


Independent Work Exercise: 

Quiz Corrections

Closure: Finish your Rube Goldberg Project

   
   

Thursday - 2/9

PowerPoint Lesson:

Power Power 

- Introduction to Simple Machines

- Simple Machines

- Inclined Plane

- The Lever

- Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

- The Wedge and Screw

Group Work:

 

Independent Work:

Work and Power Worksheet



Power Power 

- Introduction to Simple Machines

- Simple Machines

- Inclined Plane

- The Lever

- Pulleys and Wheel and Axle

- The Wedge and Screw

Closure: Daily Review Jeopardy

  
 

Wednesday - 2/1

PowerPoint Lesson:

Transfer and Transformation

Energy Transformation

Conduction Convection and Radiation

Group Work:

Prompt #2 Discussion

Independent Work:

Writing Assignment

Potential and Kinetic revie

 

Wednesday12/7

PowerPoint Lesson:

Work and Power


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Work and Power


Independent Work Exercise:

Click on this for your test.

  

 Thursday12/8

PowerPoint Lesson:

Work and Power

Waves Review

Vocabulary: Cation/Anion

Group Work:

 Balancing Charges - whiteboard

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 Work and Power

 Waves Review

Independent Work Exercise:

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Vocabulary Exercise
Independent Work Exercise:

Atomic Configuration Worksheet 

Lewis Dot Structures

Group Work:

Lewis Dot WhiteBoard Exercise

Independent Work:

Practicing Lewis Structures

Lewis Structures for Compounds

Group Work: 
Drawing Lewis Structures
 on WhiteBoard

 Watch this video


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Lewis Dot Structures

 

Thursday11/17 

PowerPoint Lesson:

Molecular Compounds

Group Work:

Reaction in a Bag

 
PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Molecular Compounds

PowerPoint Lesson:

 Solutions

Atoms and Elements

Group Work:

White Board Exercise

Independent Work:

Writing a Synthesis

Summary vs. Synthesis 

Science Writting Passage 
- The Fifth State of Matter 

Topic: MATTER

Warm-Up Question of the Day

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

Objective:
- Classify a sample of matter as homogeneous or heterogeneous based on uniformity of the material.
-Classify samples and sets of matter as a solution, colloid or suspension based on the application of characteristic properties: particle size, “settling out” of one or more components, and interaction with light (Tyndall Effect).

Essential Questions

What are the different characteristics of matter and why are they important in Chemistry?

Vocabulary:   solution/colloid/suspension
Tyndall Effect; homogeneous /heterogeneous

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Solutions

Atoms and Elements

 

WRITING ASSIGNMENT:

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 large whiteboards
- 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
- You are now ready to write 

Independent Work Exercise:

Writing a Synthesis

Summary vs. Synthesis 

Science Writting Passage 
- The Fifth State of Matter 

    

Wednesday11/9

PowerPoint Lesson:

Solutions

Atoms and Elements

Group Work:

White Board Exercise

Independent Work:

Atomic Configuration

Writing a Synthesis

Summary vs. Synthesis 

Science Writting Passage 
- The Fifth State of Matter 

 

Essential Questions

What are the different characteristics of matter and why are they important in Chemistry?

Vocabulary:   solution/colloid/suspension
Tyndall Effect; homogeneous /heterogeneous

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Solutions

Atoms and Elements

WRITING ASSIGNMENT:

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 large whiteboards
- 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
- You are now ready to write 

Independent Work Exercise:

Atomic Configuration Worksheet

Writing a Synthesis

Summary vs. Synthesis 

Science Writting Passage 
- The Fifth State of Matter 

  

Monday10/31
Tuesday11/1

PowerPoint Lesson:

Electromagnetic Spectrum

Chemistry #1 Physical and 
Chemical Changes

Group Work:

Physical and Chemical 
Property Worksheet

Group Work:

Science Log Book Revisited

Physical and Chemical Property Worksheet


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Chemistry #1 
Physical and Chemical Change

Electromagnetic Spectrum


Independent Work Exercise:

Science Writting Passage

Wednesday11/2

PowerPoint Lesson:

 Solutions

Group Work:

 QB Review Link 


Group Work:

PS QUIZ BOWL REVIEW GAME

Follow this Link to the Quiz Bowl Game 10 Questions.

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Solutions

Independent Work Exercise:

Science Log Book
 Closure: Quiz and Test Corrections

Monday10/24

PowerPoint Lesson:

Magnetism

Video

Group Work:

Article

Independent Work:

Science Log

 

Group Work:

PS QUIZ BOWL GAME

Follow this LINK to the Quiz Bowl Game 100 Questions.

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

First Waves


   

Wednesday10/26

PowerPoint Lesson:

First Wave

Group Work:

Second Waves

 

Vortex Video

Group Work:

Second Waves

White Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

First Waves

   

Thursday10/27

Group Work:

Nine Station Lab Activity

Independent Work:

Quiz

Vocabulary:   interference, refraction, 
                         refraction, difraction

Group Work:
YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IF YOU HAVE NOT BROUGHT IN YOUR SIGNED LAB SAFETY AGREEMENT.

Brain Break Nine Station Lab Exercise
- Follow the directions at each station
- Do not open any containers, unless you were instructed to do so!
- Follow lab safety procedures.
- Answers to specific questions are on the back side of the pages marked "Turn Me Over"
- Be sure to replace all equipment when you are done with the station.
- On the large white boards, answer the questions that are on the boards.
- Have fun!

White Board Exercise

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

First Waves

Independent Work Exercise:

Do This First: Please follow this LINK to access your Quiz. Record your answers on the bubble Sheet. Please remember to put your name on your answer sheet.

Closure: Quiz and Test Corrections

      

Tuesday10/18

PowerPoint Lesson:

Electric Circuits and Current

The Hose

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

Group Work:

Book Exercise

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

Closure - Quiz and Test Corrections  Wednesday10/19 

Assessment Alert - Quiz on Thursday

Topic: Electricity

Warm-Up Question of the Day  


Electric Circuits and Current

Student Electromagnets

Group Work: 

Electromagnet Lab

Independent Work Exercise:

Lab Writ-Up

Closure - Quiz Corrections  

 Thursday10/20

PowerPoint Lesson:

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

Lab Exercise:

Scientific Writing

 Assessment Alert - Quiz Today

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

 Scienictific Writing Activity

Roller Coaster Log Instructions

Independent Work Exercise:

Writing Exercise

   

Wednesday10/12

PowerPoint Lesson:

What is Electricity

Group Work

 

Independent Work:

Ohm's Law Worksheet 1

Differentiation:

Advanced Lesson 

Electricity

Independent Work:

Series Circuits

Parallel Circuits

 

What is Electricity

Group Work: 

PS QUIZ BOWL GAME
Please go to the following
LINK for Quiz Bowl  - to access the questions for game 2

- There are 5 Rounds in this game.

Independent Work Exercise:

Ohm's Law Worksheet 1

Closure - Quiz and Test Corrections


Electric Circuits and Current

        

Monday10/3

PowerPoint Lesson:

What is Electricity

 

Group Work:

Write a Book on Atoms

 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Six Simple Machines

Group Work: 

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

- There are 5 Rounds in this game.

Closure - Review for test.

Independent Work Exercise: 

IMA - AMA and Efficiency (Review)

Cornell Notes, Summaries, Quiz Corrections

Differentiation: 

Advanced Lesson Mechanics

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge 
                    gained in the lesso
n when writting note summaries.

What is Electricity   

Thursday9/29

PowerPoint Lesson:

What is Electricity

Worksheet:
IMA - AMA and Efficiency (Review)
 

PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

What is Electricity

The Hose

Electric Circuits and Current

Student Electromagnets

Electromagnet Lab

 

Group Work: 

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

    

Wednesday9/21

PowerPoint Lesson:

Six Simple Machines

Worksheet:

IMA - AMA and Efficiency

Differentiation:

Advanced Lesson Mechanics

 


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Six Simple Machines

Group Work: 

Small White Board Exercise

Independent Work Exercise: 

IMA - AMA and Efficiency

Cornell Notes and Summaries

Differentiation: 

Advanced Lesson Mechanics

  


PowerPoint Lesson Presentation:

Mechanical Advantage

Group Work: 

Small White Board Exercise

Independent Work Exercise: 

Quiz - Work and Power

IMA - AMA and Efficiency

Cornell Notes and Summaries

Differentiation: 

Advanced Lesson Mechanics

Closure: Assist students in organizing the knowledge 
                    gained in the lesso
n when writting note summaries.