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  • Warm-up: How does an ice pack minimize swelling on an injury?
  • Discuss diagram on page 18
  • Complete notes from Wednesday
  • Complete Lab and submit
  • Discuss diagram on page 19
  • Discuss Renewable energy sources, energy flow in fuel combustion, and analyze the energy needs of the USA
  • Plickers

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  • Heat capacity problem set due
  • Correct CCC (9 & 11), SEP (10)
  • Discuss CCC (12) page 14
  • Do CCC (13) page 15
  • Discuss SEP (14) page 16
  • Discuss patterns on diagram on page 17
  • Notes: Standard Enthalpies of Formation
  • Lab quiz tomorrow: know safety hazards, safety precautions, type of energy reactions we will be observing, temperature definition

Chemistry

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  • Do Specific heat capacity problems; due Tuesday Jan. 10th
  • School closed due to weather and technical difficulties
  • Do CCC (9) page 12
  • Do SEP (10) page 13
  • Do CCC (11) page 13; due tomorrow
  • Read page 14-22
  • Textbook access in Google Classroom

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  • Warm-up: on p. 6 of your textbook, do you think that water is part of the water wheel system? Thumbs up for yes, down for no
  • Review PPT for Introduction to Energy
  • Units of energy: Why can’t we “burn energy” (p. 8)
  • Rate of energy flow: how does energy flow in a waterfall? (p.10)
  • The Law of Conservation of Energy (p. 11)
  • Demo: Heat Capacity
  • Do Specific Heat Capacity problem set: do all problems on lined paper showing all steps including UNITS. Failure to do this will result in a loss of points. Due Tuesday January 10th

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  • Submit Measuring the Energy of Organic Fuels lab
  • Lesson starter: as you pull on the rubber band, how does the amount of effort change as you pull the band farther apart?
  • Complete notes on Heat Capacity
  • Review pages 6-9
  • Notes: Temperature
  • Specific Heat Problem set; due Tuesday January 10th; do all problems on separate piece of lined paper showing all steps as modeled in class
  • Unit 3 exam on Friday Jan. 13

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  • Nuclear Chemistry Quiz
  • Submit Coal Seam assignment
  • Questions on Analyzing Food Labels for Energy Content assignment?
  • Lab: Energy Content in Food: design a lab where you can measure the energy content in food using the materials at your lab station

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  • Prompt: What does a fire need to burn?
  • Videos: Ethanol burning
  • Notes: Combustion
  • Review Nutritional labels
  • Assignment: Analyze Food labels for energy content
  • Read pages 6-10 in your textbook; answer the CCC and SEP in your textbook from page 5
  • Coal seam model due tomorrow
  • Nuclear Chemistry quiz tomorrow

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  • Nuclear Chemistry quiz on Tuesday; know: the types of radiation that we studied and their properties (alpha, beta, gamma, positron)
  • Video: Fire at the Coal Seam!; questions? Due Tuesday Dec. 14th
  • Investigative Phenomena: Why are Wildfires so difficult to extinguish? (video); note any new facts about combustion that you learn in the video; discuss
  • Discuss CCC and SEP on page 5 of your textbook
  • Individual: Do the Authentic Reading on Wildfires

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  • Complete Nuclear Chemistry seminotes
  • Video: Fire at the Coal Seam!; questions? Due Tuesday Dec. 14th
  • Investigative Phenomena: Why are Wildfires so difficult to extinguish? (video); note any new facts about combustion that you learn in the video; discuss
  • Answer your CCC and SEP on page 5 of your textbook
  • Individual: Do the Authentic Reading on Wildfires

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  • Submit Stoichiometry and Gravimetric analysis lab
  • Lab quiz next Tuesday
  • Correct SEP (51) and “Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon” (52) page 259
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Notes: Chromatography
  • Solutions problem set questions?
  • Unit 2 exam tomorrow; 50 m.c. questions

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  • Complete Stoichiometry and Gravimetric lab data collection; lab debrief
  • Lab due tomorrow
  • Lab quiz next week; know what type of reaction we observed in the lab, be able to define what a precipitate is (in chemistry), list what the safety hazards were in this lab, list the safety precautions we took to protect ourselves, and tell which of the products was the clear liquid and which one was the precipitate
  • Correct CCC (44) page 252, SEP (46) page 254, SEP (49) page 257, and SEP (50) page 258
  • Complete notes on Factors that affect Reaction rates
  • Notes: Molarity
  • Do Molarity and Molality Problem set: all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-3; due Friday
  • Do SEP (51) and “Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon” (52) page 259; due tomorrow

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  • Complete and submit Chemical Names and Formulas lab; lab quiz tomorrow
  • Notes: Solutions
  • Read pages 242-247 (vol. 1)
  • Do CCC (38) page 243, SEP (39) page 245
  • Submit Stoichiometry problem set; do all practice problems and “Additional problems” #s 1-4
  • Unit 2 exam Friday December 9th

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  • Submit Mole Concept problem set
  • Correct SEP (3) page 340, SEP (4) page 341, and CCC (5) page 342; SEP (11) page 348 and SEP (12) page 349
  • Discuss Chemical Names and Formulas lab; set due date
  • Chemical Names and Formulas lab quiz Friday; know: why we use Roman numerals on elements, what numerical subscripts are used for in formulas, why we use parentheses around polyatomic ions in a formula when adding subscripts, know how to name ionic and covalent compounds
  • Stoichiometry problem set; do all practice problems and “Additional problems” #s 1-4, due tomorrow; questions?
  • Tutoring today after school

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  • There is a link to tutorials on the Mole concept and Stoichiometry problem set in Google classroom; due tomorrow
  • Lab: Chemical Names and Formulas
  • Read 347-356
  • Do SEP (11) page 348 and SEP (12) page 349; due tomorrow

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  • Mole Concept problem set due Wednesday November 30th; tutorial posted in Google Classroom
  • Stoichiometry problem set; do all practice problems and “Additional problems” #s 1-4, showing all work; due Thursday December 1; full version of document
  • Read 339-346; do SEP (3) page 340, SEP (4) page 341, and CCC (5) page 342; due tomorrow

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  • Notes: the Mole Concept
  • Do Mole concept problem set, all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-3, 5; due Friday; all Additional Problems must be done on a separate piece of lined paper showing all steps and units in order to receive maximum credit; due Wednesday November 30th

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  • Chemical equation quiz
  • Correct SEP page 321
  • Correct SEP (21) page 323
  • Discuss SEP (22) page 324
  • Correct SEP (23) page 325
  • Correct SEP (24) page 327; due Thursday
  • Discuss Investigative Phenomena on page 328; do SEP (25) page 328
  • Do Mole concept problem set, all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-3, 5; due Wednesday November 30; all Additional Problems must be done on a separate piece of lined paper showing all steps and units in order to receive maximum credit
  • Read 262-269

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  • Correct Chemical Reactions w.s.
  • Do SEP page 321
  • Discuss SEP (20) page 322
  • Do SEP (21) page 323
  • Discuss SEP (22) page 324
  • Do SEP (23) page 325
  • Do SEP (24) page 327; due Thursday
  • Discuss Investigative Phenomena on page 328; do SEP (25) page 328; due Thursday
  • Quiz tomorrow

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  • Questions on Balancing Chemical equation w.s. (either one); correct
  • CER (bonding); due tomorrow
  • Complete notes: Types of Reactions
  • Types of Reactions equations w.s. due tomorrow
  • Discuss SEP (14) page 316 and SEP (15) page 317
  • Do SEP (19) page 321; due Wednesday

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  • Discuss Investigative Phenomena (page 194)
  • Revisit Anchoring Phenomena (from page 96-97): What distinguishes the minerals in this mountain? Answer question from page 195 (36)
  • New Anchoring Phenomena: How can we produce better foods? (page 196-197)
  • Do “Inquiry Launch” page 197
  • Investigative Phenomena: How is energy obtained from chemical reactions? (page 302-303; do CCC (1) and SEP (2) page 303
  • Notes: Types of reactions
  • Read 315-327
  • Do Chemical Reactions w.s.; due Tuesday

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  • Correct Sample Problems (32 & 33) on page 193;
  • Do SEP (3) page 305, SEP (5) page 307, SEP (6) page 308 and SEP (7) page 309; due tomorrow
  • Notes: Chemical Equations (handout)
  • Notes: Balancing Chemical Equations h.o.
  • Answer questions on both sides of sheets; due tomorrow

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  • Do CCC (25) page 186, SEP (27) page 188
  • Do Sample problems on page 190 (28 & 29)
  • Discuss SEP (30) page 191, CCC (31) page 192
  • Do Sample Problems (32 & 33) on page 193
  • Read pages 303-310
  • Do SEP (3) page 305, SEP (5) page 307, SEP (6) page 308 and SEP (7) page 309; due Thursday

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  • Bonding quiz tomorrow; know 3 main types of bonds, properties for each, how to determine bond type from electronegativity values or position in table, how to draw Lewis structures, and why metals have luster and malleability
  • Submit Objectives Journal
  • Complete CER from beginning of unit and submit
  • Discuss SEP page 184
  • Reaction of sodium and water video
  • Notes: Oxidation numbers
  • Read 185-193
  • Do Naming Compounds w.s.; due Friday

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  • Bonding quiz review; complete the questions on bonding using the space provided or attaching a separate sheet as necessary
  • Using a PTE, figure out the clues to the names of elements on the table; you may use a textbook if necessary
  • Both due Monday

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  • Submit Bonding lab
  • Bonding lab quiz next Tuesday; know: what was the name of the functional group in the alcohol (ethanol)? What do the different link represent? Be able to draw the different Lewis structures for the molecules on the assignment
  • Complete Covalent bonds notes

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  • Submit “Electron Dot Structures for Ionic Bonds” w.s.
  • Notes: Covalent bonds
  • Discuss reading (pages 169-175)
  • N-A = S formula for solving Covalent Lewis structures
  • Do CCC (14) page 170, Sample problem (15) page 173, CCC (16) page 174, and SEP (17) page 175; due tomorrow

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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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  • Do SEP (20) page 153 and correct
  • 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
  • Brainstorm (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
  • Atoms and Their Properties test tomorrow

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  • Correct SEP page 120 and the Sample problem on page 125
  • Correct “Apply Concepts” page 126, “CCC Patterns” page 127 and SEP page 128
  • Pass back assignments
  • 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 Tuesday Oct. 18th
  • Plickers
  • Tutoring today after school 3:35-4:35

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  • Complete notes from Tuesday
  • 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
  • Correct “Apply Concepts” page 126, “CCC Patterns” page 127 and SEP page 128
  • Atoms, Elements, and Molecules exam Tuesday October 18th; exam outline in Resource folder in Edmodo
  • Tutoring after school on Friday from 3:35-4:35

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  • Complete notes on Composition of Stars
  • 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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  • Warm-up: 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 on website)

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  • Correct work 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 Tuesday October 18th; exam outline in Resource folder in Classroom

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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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  • Submit Flame test lab
  • PTE iPad activity; due Monday
  • Atom quiz on Tuesday: 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

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  • Flame test lab debrief; due tomorrow
  • Revisit Investigative Phenomenon: What causes the colors in a fireworks display? How would you adapt your original model?
  • 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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  • How to access the website from your mobile device
  • 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
  • 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
  • Warm-up: What elements do we find in humans?
  • Model the fireworks phenomena handout (h.o.)
  • Notes: Atoms and the Periodic Table
  • Read pages 100-102
  • Answer CCC on page 100 and page 101
  • Answer “Infer” on page 102
  • Read 103-108

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  • Questions for Density Lab? Due tomorrow
  • 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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  • Submit Density problem set
  • Math concepts quiz Tuesday; multiple choice format
  • Create lab groups
  • How to use your digital textbook
  • 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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  • 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
  • Revisit Sig figs
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Scientific notation problem set questions? Review Sample problems; due Thursday
  • Submit safety contract
  • Correct and submit metric system conversion worksheets

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  • Flipgrid video due today by 7 pm
  • Submit Sig Fig Additional problems
  • Metric system problem set due tomorrow; general questions?
  • 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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  • Correct Rounding and Significant figures problem sets
  • Flip assignment (see Google Classroom) due Monday by 7 pm
  • Significant Figures Additional problems due Monday
  • Continue safety guidelines; safety contract due next week by Tuesday
  • Metric system problem set; due Tuesday

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  • Discuss the difference between inference and observations
  • How are models used in science?
  • Flipgrid assignment; due Monday by 7 pm
  • Discuss Problem solving in science
  • Rounding and significant figures problem set; due Friday

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  • Revisit CER results from Friday; submit your version
  • Can you create a CER for 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