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  • Correct CCC (3) page 175 and SEP (5) page 178
  • Plan and set-up Shell acidity experiment
  • Read 180-181
  • Do CCC (7) page 181; do CCC (8) page 181; due today
  • Read 182-188
  • Do CCC (10) page 185; do SEP (11) page 187; due today
  • Demo: CO2 in different temperatures of water

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  • Submit Titration lab
  • Titration lab quiz
  • Notes: Ocean Acidification
  • Correct CCCs (1 & 2) page 173
  • Discuss CO2 and Ocean pH
  • Discuss Acid forming reactions in Seawater
  • Discuss Geographic Ocean pH variation
  • Read 174-180
  • Do CCC (3) page 175; due today
  • Do SEP (5) page 178; due today

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  • Buffer activity; link posted in Google Classroom; closes today
  • Titration lab questions; lab due tomorrow; lab quiz tomorrow
  • Do SEP (19) page 165
  • Performance Assessment data
  • Do questions 23-25 on page 171
  • Revisit Anchoring Phenomena: How do our everyday activities impact Earth?
  • Investigative Phenomenon: What is happening to the world’s coral reefs?
  • Video: Coral Bleaching
  • Read page 173
  • Do CCCs (1 & 2) page 173; discuss

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  • Tomorrow is the last day to complete the extra credit Buffer lab; link posted in Google Classroom
  • Complete Titration lab; due Wednesday
  • Titration lab quiz on Wednesday; know: the reactants and products in each experiment, how we will use the titration data in the experiment, know the safety hazards that were present in the lab, definitions used in the lab, the type of reaction we are observing, and the procedure for reagent disposal

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  • Buffer activity; link posted in Google Classroom; closes Tuesday
  • Titration lab today and Monday
  • Lab due Wednesday
  • Titration lab quiz on Friday; know: the reactants and products in each experiment, how we will use the titration data in the experiment, know the safety hazards that were present in the lab, definitions used in the lab, the type of reaction we are observing, and the procedure for reagent disposal

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  • Acid Base quiz
  • Submit Cabbage Juice Lab
  • Correct CCC (11) page 157
  • Correct Sample Problem (12) on page 158
  • Correct SEP (13) page 159 and SEP (14) page 160
  • Discuss Acid-Base Titrations (page 162); do SEP (16) page 162; due tomorrow
  • Notes: Buffers
  • Read pages 166-170
  • Do CCC (20) page 168 and SEP (21) page 169; due Friday
  • Dilution formula practice

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  • Acid and Base Quiz this Wednesday; know: properties of acids and bases, acid base definitions, pH range for acids and bases
  • Notes: Titrations
  • Read 156-163
  • Do CCC (11) page 157
  • Do Sample Problem (12) on page 158
  • Do SEP (13) page 159
  • Do SEP (14) page 160

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  • Submit pH problem set
  • Warm-up: How can we increase the pH in a lake that has been affected by acid rain?
  • Discuss Strengths of Acids and Bases (page 154); do Applying Concepts (9) page 154
  • Revisit Investigative Phenomena (page 155); do SEP page 155
  • Discuss Reactions of Acids and Bases (page 156)
  • Notes: Titrations

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  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Questions from pH problem set? Complete all practice problems and do the Additional Problems on a separate piece of lined paper showing all of your work and boxing your final answer to receive credit; due Friday
  • Discuss Strengths of Acids and Bases (page 154); do Applying Concepts (9) page 154
  • Revisit Investigative Phenomena (page 155); do SEP page 155
  • Discuss Reactions of Acids and Bases (page 156)
  • How can we increase the pH in a lake that has been affected by acid rain?

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  • Warm-up: summarize acid-base definitions
  • Submit journal
  • Equilibrium lab quiz
  • Correct SEP (6) page 150 and Sample Problem (8) page 153
  • pH notes
  • pH problem set; do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-3 on a sheet of lined paper showing all steps and units (where applicable); due Friday
  • Read 151-154

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  • Notes: Properties and definitions of acids and bases
  • Discuss Ionization of water (page 150)
  • Read pages 145-150
  • Do SEP (6) page 150; correct
  • Discuss Calculating pH (page 151)
  • Do Sample Problem (8) page 153; due tomorrow
  • Update Anchoring Phenomenon CER

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  • Equilibrium and Le Châtelier’s Principle Lab; due Wednesday
  • Equilibrium lab quiz on Wednesday; know: factors that can affect equilibrium, know which of these we are manipulating in this lab, know the difference between an independent variable and a dependent variable, know the safety hazards present in the lab

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  • Submit Equilibrium problem set
  • Discuss Investigative Phenomena: How does acid rain impact the environment?
  • Video: Killed by Rain
  • Brainstorm: What do you know about acids, bases, and pH?
  • Demo: phenolphthalein and acids and bases, litmus paper, pH paper
  • Notes: Properties and definitions of acids and bases
  • Discuss Ionization of water (page 150)
  • Do SEP (6) page 150; correct
  • Discuss Calculating pH (page 151)
  • Do Sample Problem (8) page 153; due tomorrow

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  • Summary of equilibrium
  • Correct SEP (21 & 22) page 143 and “Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon”
  • Correct CCC (16) page 138 and SEP (18) page 140
  • Reaction rates and Equilibrium quiz
  • Equilibrium problem set; all practice problems and Additional problems #1-5 due tomorrow

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  • Reaction rates and Equilibrium quiz tomorrow
  • Complete notes: Factors that affect Equilibrium
  • Correct SEP (21 & 22) page 143 and “Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon”
  • Do CCC (16) page 138 and SEP (18) page 140; due tomorrow
  • Begin Equilibrium problem set

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  • Reaction rates and Equilibrium quiz this Thursday; know: definitions, how the arrow is represented (double), factors that affect equilibrium and reaction rates, difference between static and dynamic, Le Châtelier’s Principle
  • Notes: Le Châtelier’s Principle
  • Correct CCC (15) page 137, SEP (17) page 139, CCC (19) page 141
  • Notes: Factors that effect equilibrium
  • Do SEP (21 & 22) page 143 and “Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon”; due today

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  • Warm-up: What is the difference between static and dynamic equilibrium?
  • Continue Equilibrium notes
  • Demo: Elephant toothpaste
  • Demo: Glowing splint test
  • Read pages 136-141
  • Do CCC (15) page 137, SEP (17) page 139, CCC (19) page 141; due tomorrow

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  • Iodine lab post-lab quiz
  • Submit Iodine Lab
  • Reaction rate demos
  • Complete Catalyst and Inhibitor notes
  • Submit CER
  • Notes: Equilibrium
  • Reaction rates and Equilibrium quiz next Thursday (March 21); know: definitions, how the arrow is represented (double), factors that affect equilibrium and reaction rates, difference between static and dynamic, Le Châtelier’s Principle

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  • Reaction Rate lab: Iodine Clock; due tomorrow
  • Post-lab quiz on tomorrow; know: what variables are held constant in the experiment, what variables were changed, predict what will happen when the concentration of KIO3 was increased, what was the method of product disposal

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  • Discuss SEP (14) page 135
  • Complete notes from last day on Activation Energy
  • Read pages 136-141
  • Do CCC (20) page 142
  • CER peer review; CER due tomorrow
  • Notes: Catalysts and Inhibitors
  • Review Enzyme function page 134
  • Do CCC (10) page 131, SEP (12) page 133, SEP (13) page 134; due tomorrow

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  • Correct SEP (3) page 123, CCC (5) page 125, SEP (6) page 126, and CCC (7) page 127; homework check /2
  • Notes: Factors that Affect Reaction Rates
  • Revisit the investigative Phenomenon CER
  • Notes: Activation Energy
  • Do SEP (14) page 135; due tomorrow

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  • CER: What is the chemical reaction involved in the formation of Limestone caves? Make a claim.
  • Sand dollar video
  • Brainstorm: Reactions that are reversible
  • Brainstorm: factors that can affect reaction rates
  • Correct CCCs (1 & 2) page 121 (vol. 2)
  • Read pages 122-134
  • Review your CER and add evidence from this section to support your claim
  • Do CCC (9) page 129
  • Pair Share CER for the investigative phenomenon

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  • Do SEP (26) and Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 95; correct
  • Read 119-121 in Volume 2 of textbook
  • Correct SEP (26) and Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 95
  • Anchoring Phenomenon: How do everyday activities impact Earth?
  • Complete prompt on page 119
  • Investigative Phenomenon: How do limestone caves form?
  • Video: Limestone caves
  • CER: What is the chemical reaction involved in the formation of Limestone caves? Make a claim.
  • Ocean Acidification explained (video)
  • Sand dollar video

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  • Complete video and submit question sheet
  • Correct SEP (22) page 89 and SEP (23) page 91
  • Submit CER for Volcanoes
  • Field trip: types of waves
  • Update Data book
  • Tomorrow is last day for late work submissions for this unit
  • Bring Volume 2 of textbook for Thursday
  • Heat and Energy in the Earth system unit test tomorrow

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  • BHM: Rick Famuyiwa, Carl Weathers, Imani Mitchell
  • Quiz: Plate Tectonics
  • Plate tectonics evidence from Iceland
  • Demo: Liquids and energy
  • Submit “The Rise and Fall of Pangaea” lab
  • Notes: Earth Structure and Seismic Waves
  • Exam outline is available in the “Resource” folder in Google Classroom

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  • Pangaea Lab debrief; Pangaea Lab due tomorrow
  • Update CER with seat partner
  • Correct SEP (15) page 80, SEP (16) page 81, and CCC (17) page 83
  • Notes: Plate Motion
  • Plate tectonics evidence from Iceland
  • Do CCC (19) page 85
  • Plate tectonics quiz tomorrow

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  • BHM: Science Icons
  • Notes: Causes of Plate tectonics
  • Correct SEP (14) page 79
  • Do SEP (15) page 80, SEP (16) page 81, and CCC (17) page 83; due tomorrow
  • Plate Tectonics quiz on Friday (Mar 1); know: about the formation of Pangaea, what happens at plate boundaries, theories of continental drift, sea floor spreading and plate tectonics and the evidence for each, age of the rock at the mid-ocean ridge, and what happens when two plates subduct

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  • Video: Convection currents
  • Video debrief: questions
  • Video: Summary of convection
  • Correct SEP (9) page 74 and CCC (12) page 77
  • Discuss Plastic Deformation
  • Discuss SEP (7) page 72
  • Correct SEP (9) page 74 and CCC (12) page 77
  • Discuss SEP (8) page 73, CCC (10) page 75, SEP (11) page 76
  • Notes: Sea Floor spreading
  • Do SEP (14) page 79; discuss;
  • Animation: a Journey through Earth’s Mantle
  • Read pages 80-87

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  • Correct SEP (3) page 67, CCC (4) page 69, SEP (5) page 70, and SEP (6) p. 71
  • Notes: Continental Drift
  • Video: Convection currents
  • Video debrief: questions
  • Video: Summary of convection
  • Read pages 73-78
  • Do SEP (9) page 74 and CCC (12) page 77; due today

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  • Heat of Fusion Lab due tomorrow
  • Heat of Fusion Lab quiz tomorrow
  • Read about Investigative Phenomenon: Why are there so many volcanoes in California?
  • Begin CER; write question, make a claim, cite evidence to support claim (if possible)
  • Complete CCC (1) and SEP (2) page 65
  • Read pages 66-72 in textbook
  • Do SEP (3) page 67, CCC (4) page 69, SEP (5) page 70, and SEP (6) page 71; due tomorrow

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  • Heat of fusion lab due tomorrow
  • Heat of fusion lab quiz tomorrow; know: definitions from lab, what were unavoidable scientific errors and how we could redesign to be more efficient
  • Correct CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17) page 53
  • Do SEP (18) page 54
  • Correct SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon” page 63
  • Tutoring today after school

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  • Submit Thermochemistry problem set
  • Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer lab quiz
  • Heat of Fusion lab; lab due Wednesday; lab quiz on Wednesday; know: definitions from lab, what were unavoidable scientific errors and how we could redesign to be more efficient

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  • Energy Quiz; 14 m.c. questions
  • Complete Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer lab; lab debrief
  • Read pages 55-62
  • Discuss Investigative phenomenon
  • Do SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 63; due Tuesday

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  • Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer lab; lab due Friday; lab quiz Friday; know: safety hazard described in the manual, how to define calorimeter, formula used in the assessment section, lab outcome
  • Energy Quiz tomorrow

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  • Energy quiz Thursday; know:
  • Kinetic molecular theory
  • How molecules move in a solid, liquid, and gas
  • Know how energy flows through a system
  • Compare and contrast convection, conduction, and radiation
  • Why thermal equilibrium is hard to maintain
  • Complete notes from Friday
  • Correct CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17) page 53
  • Do SEP (18) page 54
  • Tutoring today after school from 3:35-4:35

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  • Warm-up #1: How does a lava lamp work?
  • Warm-up #2: How can a lava lamp be used as a model to explain convection?
  • What is convection? Convection simulation
  • Notes: Convection and radiation
  • Notes: Feedback systems
  • Read 48-53
  • Do CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17) page 53; due tomorrow
  • Energy Quiz on Thursday

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  • Do Thermodynamics Problem set #3; due Tuesday; include work and units in all steps and box in final answer
  • Notes: Mechanisms of Heat Flow
  • Video: Lava Lamp
  • Notes: Conduction
  • Read pages 41-47; do CCC (8) page 41 and CCC (12) page 47; due tomorrow

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  • Computer simulation: Thermal difference between substances with different specific heats
  • Computer simulation: does heat flow faster through a hotter source?
  • Laws of Thermodynamics simulations
  • Notes: Heat of vaporization and fusion

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  • Final Pair/share: discuss your model from your w.s. with your seat partner; what are the strengths and limitations? Submit
  • Submit PhET activity sheet
  • Notes: Heat Capacity
  • Heat Capacity Problem set; due Friday; all problems due on a separate sheet of paper, showing all work including units in all steps; box in final answer

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  • Final Pair/share: discuss your model from your w.s. with your seat partner; what are the strengths and limitations? Submit
  • Submit PhET activity sheet
  • Notes: Heat Capacity
  • Heat Capacity Problem set: do all problems on a separate piece of paper showing units and all work. Box in final answers

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  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Pair/share: discuss your model from your w.s. with your seat partner; what are the limitations? Model sheet due tomorrow
  • Discuss SEP (7) page 40
  • PhET simulation: Energy forms and changes; complete activity sheet and submit

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  • Submit Supercharged Geothermal Energy w.s.
  • Correct CCC (1) & SEP (2) page 35; SEP (4) page 37
  • Notes: Laws of Thermodynamics
  • Modeling: Energy Transfer and Conservation w.s.; due in class
  • Pair/share: discuss your model from your w.s. with your seat partner; what are the limitations?
  • Do SEP (7) page 40; discuss
  • Bring Chromebooks or computers tomorrow for pHet activity

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  • Discuss Final exam
  • Course outline semester 2
  • Receive Volume 2 of textbook
  • Revisit Anchoring Phenomena
  • Introduce Investigative Phenomena: page 34-35
  • Popcorn reading (lab groups) “Supercharged geothermal energy…”
  • Do Authentic Reading h.o; due Wednesday