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Chemistry In The Earth System Agendas

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  • Correct CCC and SEP on page 155; CCC on page 157 and CCC on page 159; homework check /3
  • Notes: Ion Formation and the PTE
  • Discuss ionic models; do Electron Dot Structures for Ionic Compounds; due tomorrow
  • Read pages 169-175

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  • Correct SEP (20) page 153
  • Revisit Anchoring Phenomena (What distinguishes minerals in this mountain?); discuss Prompt 21 on page 153
  • Begin Chemical Reactions unit; Investigative Phenomena question: Why do gems have different properties than metals?
  • Video: Tool of the Trade; take notes about what you observed
  • BR (pair share): What did you observe? How do the gems in the bowl differ from one another? Which properties are determined by the kinds of atoms in the gems’ molecules?
  • CER; brainstorm questions about the phenomenon
  • Read pages 155-160

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  • Pass back assignments
  • College week wrap-up: My College Experience
  • Make corrections
  • Do SEP (28) and (29) page 129; due Monday
  • Do Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 129; due Monday
  • Atoms, Elements, and Molecules exam tomorrow
  • Plickers

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  • Discuss Noble gas configurations
  • Assignment: write the Noble gas configuration for the elements 1-20; compare with your seat partner (only when done) and discuss
  • Correct SEP page 120 and the Sample problem on page 125; homework check /1
  • Correct “Apply Concepts” page 126, “CCC Patterns” page 127 and SEP page 128
  • Atoms, Elements, and Molecules exam Friday October 15th; exam outline in Resource folder in Edmodo
  • Tutoring after school tomorrow from 3:10-4:10

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  • Complete PTE group activity and submit
  • Notes on Quantum numbers
  • Quantum number concept check
  • Assignment: write the electron configuration for the elements numbers 1-20; write the Noble gas configuration for the same elements
  • Do SEP page 120 and do the Sample problem on page 125
  • Read pages 126-128; do “Apply Concepts” page 126, “CCC Patterns” page 127 and SEP page 128; due Thursday

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  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Develop a Periodic Table activity (lab groups)
  • Complete the activity and submit one sheet for the group; make sure each participating member has their name on the sheet
  • Atoms, Elements, and Molecules exam Friday October 15th; exam outline in Resource folder in Edmodo

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  • What is the pattern for ionization energy and electron affinity in the PTE
  • Correct CCC (17) page 150 and (18) page 151
  • Correct SEP (19) page 152
  • Notes: Classification of Elements by their Properties
  • Notes: Stars (PPT posted in Edmodo)

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  • Warm-up: What is the pattern for atomic and ionic radii on the table?
  • Warm-up #2: where do we find the s and p block on the PTE
  • Correct SEP (12) page 145, SEP (13) page 146, and CCC (14) page 147
  • Discuss SEP (16) page 149
  • Notes: Transition elements
  • Do CCC (17) page 150 and (18) page 151
  • Do SEP (19) page 152

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  • Warm-up: What are some of the patterns seen in the PTE?
  • Submit PTE assignment
  • Atom quiz tomorrow: know the Rutherford experiment, properties of the subatomic particles, how atomic masses and mass numbers are calculated for an atom or an isotope, the properties of an electron in a ground or excited state
  • Correct SEP (4) page 134, SEP (5) page 135, and SEP (6) page 136
  • Notes: Properties in the PTE
  • Discuss CCC (7) page 137
  • Read 138-139, 144-149

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  • Flame test lab debrief; due tomorrow
  • Submit Bohr diagram w.s.
  • Investigative phenomena: Why are elements in pure form so rare?
  • Do CCC (1) and SEP (2) page 131; discuss
  • Think Pair Share: What are examples of metals that have properties unlike other metals?
  • Discuss: how is the Periodic Table of the Elements (PTE) organized?
  • Read 131-136
  • Do SEP (4) page 134, SEP (5) page 135, and SEP (6) page 136

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  • Warm-up: write the notation for Calcium and the hyphen notation for the isotope of oxygen with 7 neutrons
  • Complete notes on Atomic Mass
  • Review: Calculating Atomic Mass (page 107)
  • Do Explore Bohr Model Patterns w.s.; due Wednesday
  • Do SEP (15) page 111 and CCC (16) page 113; due tomorrow

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  • Submit Model the Phenomenon Fireworks
  • Correct SEP (7) page 104, SEP (8) page 105 and compare and contrast (13) page 109
  • Practice: Atomic diagrams
  • Complete Mass number notes
  • Notes: Atomic Mass
  • Review: Calculating Atomic Mass (page 107)

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  • Warm-up: What are the properties of a subatomic particle? (charge, location, mass)
  • Correct CCCs on page 100 and page 101
  • Discuss “Infer” on page 102
  • Peer review on modeling assignment; due Friday
  • Do SEP page 103
  • Notes: Atoms
  • Draw Atomic Diagrams
  • Do SEP (7) page 104, SEP (8) page 105
  • Read page 109; do compare and contrast (13) page 109
  • Read 110-115 for Friday

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  • Submit Density Lab
  • Math Concepts review quiz
  • Warm-up: What are the subatomic particles and their properties?
  • Investigate phenomena: What causes the colors in a fireworks display? Answer questions on page 99 of your textbook
  • Visuals: Auroras, fireworks, candles

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  • Density lab debrief; due tomorrow
  • Math concepts quiz tomorrow; multiple choice format
  • Unit 1 Anchoring Phenomena: What distinguishes the minerals in a mountain?
  • Crystal formation video
  • Why are some of the crystals square shaped?
  • What happens when two crystals touch?
  • What would happen if you removed a crystal from the solution?
  • In your Evidence notebook (called Experience notebook in this edition) list examples of rocks or minerals that you are familiar with
  • What do you think causes the differences in the color of the minerals in the Rainbow Mountains?
  • What do you think caused the rock layers to have so many different colors at different periods on Earth?

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  • Safety Contract due
  • Scientific notation problem set due; questions?
  • Summarize math concepts
  • Math review quiz next week on Tuesday
  • Create lab groups
  • How to use your digital textbook
  • Discuss Unit storyline for Unit 1
  • Discuss Anchoring Phenomena

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  • Warm-up; share privately (via email) or publicly with your seat partner or the community
  • Scientific notation problem set questions? Review Sample problems; due Thursday
  • Complete safety protocols; submit safety contract
  • Correct and submit metric system conversion worksheets

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  • Flipgrid video due today by 7 pm
  • Metric system problem set due tomorrow; general questions synchronous/asynchronous
  • Notes: Scientific notation
  • Scientific notation problem set: do all practice problems; do “Additional problems” #s 1-4 on a separate sheet of paper; due Thursday

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  • Revisit CER results from Friday
  • Create a CER for a Chemistry or Earth Science
  • Note-taking procedure
  • Discuss the difference between inference and observations
  • How are models used in science?
  • Flipgrid assignment; due Thursday by 7 pm

Agenda 9-3-21

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  • Complete Course syllabus review; have your parents read and sign the document and return next week
  • How to access Edmodo
  • How to use the science website
  • PSA: Service clubs on campus
  • What is a CER? What are the applications in Biology, Chemistry, and Earth Science