Chemistry In The Earth System Agendas

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  • Gas law lab (Day 2 of 2); lab due Thursday
  • post-lab quiz on Friday; know: laws studied in the lab, the factors that make up the laws, what is our purpose for doing the lab (learning outcome)?
  • Lab debrief
  • Ocean acidification exam on Thursday

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  • Correct 1-7 page 385; homework check /2
  • Ideal gas law problem set: do practice problems on page 174 (2 a-f) and Additional problems #s 1-4 page 181; due Thursday
  • Ocean Acidification exam Thursday May 30; exam outline will be posted in Edmodo this weekend

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  • Correct 1-6 page 375 (homework check /2)
  • Do Gas law problem set #1: do practice problems page 149, 153, 161 and Additional problems #s 1-5 page 167. All additional problems must be done on lined paper showing all steps and units throughout

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  • Begin Global Warming unit; Brainstorm driving question: What is causing the global CO2 levels to rise and how else does it affect our planet?
  • Revisit Combustion activity: how does it apply to global warming?
  • Notes: Feedback systems
  • Homework: find a feedback system in your home and be prepared to describe it (Wednesday)

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  • Jigsaw reading assignment #2: Using same groups, refine your ideas as to the cause of ocean acidification; document your claim, evidence (from text, NOT personal opinion or experience) and reason why this evidence supports your claim
  • Complete Jigsaw reading assignment #3: locate and discuss additional factors that can affect the acid level of the ocean

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  • Jigsaw reading assignment #2: Using same groups, refine your ideas as to the cause of ocean acidification; document your claim, evidence (from text, NOT personal opinion or experience) and reason why this evidence supports your claim

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  • Rules for Jigsaw reading (roles)
  • Discuss reading results from yesterday; document consensus results
  • Jigsaw reading assignment #2: Using same groups, refine your ideas as to the cause of ocean acidification; document your claim, evidence (from text, NOT personal opinion or experience) and reason why this evidence supports your claim

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  • Equilibrium lab quiz
  • Submit Equilibrium lab
  • Jigsaw reading assignment: in pairs, students will divide the article up evenly and then each read their portion. Once both students are finished, they will each describe what their portion of the article was about.

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  • Equilibrium lab debrief; lab due tomorrow
  • Lab quiz tomorrow; know: definitions from lab sheet, safety hazards and precautions, factors that affect equilibrium, specific factor we are manipulating in this lab (independent variable)
  • Equilibrium quiz on Thursday
  • Return and correct assignments

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  • Submit Factors that affect Equilibrium Concept Map
  • Equilibrium virtual lab post lab quiz tomorrow: know the properties that affect equilibrium, examples of how they affected the system, how we would determine how a change occurred, and how we would know in which direction the reaction favored (shifted)
  • Notes: Recognizing Equilibrium systems
  • Demo: Phenolphthalein and Acids and bases
  • Notes: Concentration and Equilibrium
  • Read 598-604
  • Do 1-6 page 604; due tomorrow

Objective 2-8-19

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  • Given the kinetic-molecular theory of matter, you will be able to describe how the theory explains certain properties of matter and prove by completing a worksheet correctly.
  • Given the concept of changes of state, you will be able to interpret phase diagrams and prove by completing a worksheet correctly.

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  • Complete computer simulation: Thermal difference between substances with different specific heats
  • Computer simulation: does heat flow faster through a hotter source?
  • Demonstration: thermal differences between metals
  • Design Heat of Fusion lab