Chemistry In The Earth System Agendas

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  • Final day to work on planning Unit project
  • Final assessment will be a PPT presentation; due on Tuesday November 12
  • PPT presentations should include at least 10 slides (counting your introductory slide that contains all group member names)

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  • Correct “Explain” on page 121 and “Predict” on page 122; due tomorrow
  • Submit Checkpoint #3
  • CER: How is energy transferred in Earth’s interior
  • Re-visit your claim (from page 109) and use evidence recorded from this part of the unit from your Evidence notebook to support your claim. Complete the reasoning for each piece of evidence

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  • Pick-up Objectives journal
  • Correct “Apply” and “Explain” on page 119, “Model” and “Analyze” on page 120 and update your Evidence notebook from page 120
  • Do “Explain” on page 121 and “Predict” on page 122; due tomorrow
  • Update Evidence notebook with prompt on page 122
  • Complete Checkpoint #3; due tomorrow

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  • Submit Daily objectives journal (after recording today’s objective)
  • Discuss reading on pages 119-122
  • Complete Plate Motion notes
  • Do “Apply” and “Explain” on page 119; do “Model” and “Analyze” on page 120 and update your Evidence notebook from page 120; due tomorrow
  • Do “Explain” on page 121; do “Predict” on page 122; due tomorrow

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  • Discuss Analysis questions from “Investigating the Fluidity of Materials”; homework check /2
  • Notes: Waves
  • Read pages 117-118; answer “Predict” on page 117; answer “Analyze” on page 118
  • Answer the following prompt in your Evidence notebook: “Explain how evidence from seismic waves helps scientists understand how rock in the mantle is able to flow

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  • Brainstorm: What are some questions you would ask to learn more about how ocean ridges form?
  • Review answers for “Analyze” and “Explain” on page 115 and “Predict”, “Analyze”, “Infer”, and “Explain” on pages 114-115
  • Notes: Seafloor spreading

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  • Discuss reading from Friday
  • Do “Collaborate” on page 110 and share with whole group
  • Do “Predict” on page 110
  • Continue Plate Tectonics notes
  • In your Evidence notebook, answer the prompt on page 111
  • Brainstorm: What are some questions you would ask to learn more about how ocean ridges form?
  • Read 112-115; answer “Analyze” and “Explain” on page 115 and “Predict”, “Analyze”, “Infer”, and “Explain” on pages 114-115; due tomorrow

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  • College presentation #3: my college experience
  • Submit Lesson 2 checkpoint
  • Questions on quiz material?
  • Review:
  1. Properties of gases
  2. Entropy
  3. How energy is transferred
  4. Specific heat capacity problems
  5. What is the difference between conduction, radiation, and convection?
  6. Difference between heat capacity and specific heat capacity

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  • College Week presentation #1: what should I do to improve my application
  • Lesson 2 quiz on Thursday
  • Geothermal Pamphlet due tomorrow
  • Correct responses from page 104
  • Complete lesson self-check on page 106; Answer the prompts for your Evidence notebook

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  • Demo: Fire syringe
  • Model: Draw a model of the balloon experiment demonstrated in class
  • Complete questions from 102 and 103 and discuss
  • Read pages 104 and 105; Complete “Explain” on page 104
  • Complete Evidence notebook prompt on page 104
  • Complete “Language Arts Connection” for Tuesday on page 105

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  • Questions on Specific heat capacity; due tomorrow
  • Notes: Laws of Thermodynamics
  • Read pages 97-99; do “Solve” on page 97; do “Explain” on page 97; do “Model” page 98; do “Explain” page 98; do “Analyze” page 99; and do “Apply” page 99; all due tomorrow

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  • Brainstorm: What are some examples of heat transfer by convection? Radiation? Conduction?
  • Pair/Share: After reading about convection, answer the Argue prompt on page 92
  • Read about the Lava lamp on page 93; complete the model on that page

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  • Complete Experimenting with Calorimetry; full write-up due on Thursday
  • Read Page 92-93
  • Brainstorm: What are some examples of heat transfer by convection? Radiation? Conduction?
  • Pair/Share: After reading about convection, answer the Argue prompt on page 92
  • Read about the Lava lamp on page 93; complete the model on that page

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  • Discuss the engineering problem from yesterday (page 81)
  • Submit Checkpoint for lesson 1
  • View Geyser video
  • Read pages 85-88; make a prediction about the Geyser (p. 85)
  • Answer “Apply” question on page 86
  • Complete activity on page 87

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  • Demo #1: Bell jar phenomena (Figure 6 page 71); make a prediction; pair share
  • Demo#2: Balloon volume and change in temperature (Figure 7 page 72); make a prediction; pair share
  • Demo #3: Collapsing can video; document your observations and describe the outcome in your evidence journal
  • Discuss Kinetic Molecular Theory (page 75)
  • Discuss prompts from yesterday

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  • Read pages 76-80; complete “Explain” on page 76, “Analyze” on page 77, “Apply” on page 78, “Analyze” on page 79, and update your Evidence Notebook from the prompt on page 79
  • Pair/Share: use the “Collaborate” prompt to explain the plateaus of the heating curve on page 77
  • Complete “Infer” on page 80

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  • Complete lab: Investigating Properties of gases (10 min); you may finish at lunch if you do not complete it today
  • Unit Project questions? (5 min)
  • Read pages 70-75; answer the Evidence notebook question on page 70; complete written passages on pages 71-75

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  • Warm-up
  • Notes: Temperature scales
  • Discuss Question and claim from unit project
  • Discuss “Analyze” and “Model” questions from page 64
  • Lab: Investigating Properties of Gases; day 1
  • Follow the instructions beginning on page 68; make a claim; develop a procedure

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  • Math concepts quiz
  • Read pages 64-69
  • Complete Question and Claim part of CER; record
  • Complete “Analyze” and “Model” questions from page 64 and Predict and Explain from page 65
  • Update your evidence notebook by answering the questions on page 65

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  • Math concepts quiz tomorrow
  • Density problem set due tomorrow
  • In your groups, answer the sections “conduct research” and Define the problem” sections in your unit project packet
  • Complete the section “Can you explain it” on page 63 in your (new) textbook
  • Review page 70. Begin a CER for the investigation

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  • Complete Safety guidelines
  • Safety contract due
  • Submit Metric system problem set; correct Metric system problem set
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Questions on Scientific notation problem set? Packet is due Thursday
  • Do 1-8 from page 57 in text; due tomorrow
  • Sig Figs additional practice; due Thursday

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  • Notes: Scientific notation
  • Review pages 50-52 in your textbook
  • Scientific notation problem set: do all practice problems; do “Additional problems” #s 1-4 on a separate sheet of paper; due Wednesday
  • Metric system problem set due tomorrow