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Chemistry In The Earth System Agendas

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  • Correct SEP (6) page 202 and Evaluate (7&8) page 204
  • Revisit phenomena
  • Notes: Temperatures and gases
  • Notes: Boyles and Charles’ Laws
  • Do Combined Gas law problem set, practice problems on pages 149-153; due tomorrow
  • Gas law lab quiz tomorrow: know the laws that we are studying, what factors they use, and what part of the ideal gas law formula will we be trying to calculate in the conclusion.

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  • Review from yesterday
  • Carbon cycle video
  • Energy in the Atmosphere video
  • Review diagram on page 19
  • Do CCC (12) page 19; discuss
  • Discuss Convection in the Atmosphere (page 21)
  • Do CCC (14) page 21; discuss
  • Group activity: Energy in and Out of Earth’s Atmosphere; due today

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  • Correct CCC (6) page 10 and SEP (7) page 13
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Demo: Water cycle
  • Notes: Feedback systems
  • Do SEP (8) page 14; due today
  • Discuss SEP (9) page 16
  • Do SEP (10) page 16; due tomorrow
  • Read pages 17-27

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  • Discuss Anchoring Phenomena: Why are we seeing more extreme weather? (page 2 & 3 Volume 2)
  • Complete “Inquiry Launch” page 3
  • Discuss Investigative Phenomena: What is causing drought in California
  • Do CCC (1) and SEP (2) page 5; due Wednesday
  • Read pages 6-16 vol 2

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  • Last day for submission of late work for this unit
  • Correct CCC (25) and SEP (26) page 203
  • Correct CCC (28) page 207 and SEP (29) page 209
  • Discuss Calcification (page 204-205)
  • Examine diagram on page 206
  • Discuss Marine shell dissolution
  • Discuss disruption of marine ecosystems, red tides, and plastic pollution
  • Discuss Coral bleaching; view samples
  • Discuss CCC (30) page 210
  • Read pages 208-215
  • Do SEP (34) page 214; due tomorrow

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  • Collect final shell readings; discuss findings; submit lab
  • Complete ENSO notes
  • Video: ENSO
  • Correct CCC (21) page 199, SEP (23) page 200, and SEP (24) page 201
  • Do CCC (25) and SEP (26) page 203; due today
  • Read 204-210
  • Do CCC (28) page 207 and SEP (29) page 209; due tomorrow

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  • Cabbage Juice lab due tomorrow
  • Dynamics of Chemical Reactions and Ocean Acidification exam this Friday
  • Take reading for Shell activity
  • Notes: Coriolis Effect
  • Correct SEP (15) page 192 and CCC (16) page 193
  • Notes: ENSO
  • Read 198-203
  • Do CCC (21) page 199, SEP (23) page 200, and SEP (24) page 201; due tomorrow

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  • Discuss Biogenic Carbon (p. 186 vol 2)
  • Discuss Methane and feedback systems (p. 188 vol 2)
  • Do SEP (13) p. 189
  • Read 189-197
  • Do CCC (14) page 191; due today
  • Do SEP (15) page 192 and CCC (16) page 193; due tomorrow
  • Notes: Coriolis Effect

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  • Demo: CO2 in different temperatures of water (p. 4 only)
  • Correct SEP (5) page 178 (p.4)
  • Correct CCC (7) page 181
  • Correct CCC (8) page 181
  • Correct CCC (10) page 185
  • Correct SEP (11) page 187
  • Set-up Shell acidity experiment
  • Notes: Aragonite and Calcite

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

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  • Solution problem set due
  • Submit Chromatography lab
  • Notes: Ocean Acidification
  • 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 tomorrow
  • Do SEP (5) page 178; due tomorrow

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  • Chromatography lab debrief; lab due Monday
  • Solution problem set questions? Submit
  • 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 (volume 2)
  • Do CCCs (1 & 2) page 173; discuss

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  • Acid Base quiz
  • Notes: Liquid Mixtures
  • Correct CCC (38) page 243, SEP (39) page 245
  • Read 249-250, 256-257
  • Titration lab quiz tomorrow; know: definitions (e.g. titration, titrant, equivalence point), safety hazards (e.g. poison, corrosive, caustic), reagent disposal (mix leftovers together and dispose down sink with running water)

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  • Acid Base quiz tomorrow; know: properties of acids and bases, acid base definitions, pH range for acids and bases
  • Notes: Solutions
  • Read pages 242-247 (vol. 1)
  • Do CCC (38) page 243, SEP (39) page 245
  • Buffer lab due today by 3 pm
  • Tutoring after school 3:10-4:10

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  • Final questions for pH problem set? Submit
  • Correct SEP (22) page 170
  • Correct questions 23-25 on page 171
  • Discuss Titration notes
  • Discuss Titration curves on page 163
  • Review Buffer notes
  • Review other content
  • Acid/Base quiz on Wednesday

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  • See video link in Google Classroom
  • Questions from pH problem set? Complete the Additional Problems for Friday (3 pm); do on a separate piece of lined paper showing all of your work and boxing your final answer to receive credit
  • 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?
  • Do Sample Problem #12 page 158; due Friday

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  • Reversible reactions lab quiz
  • Submit lab
  • Complete CER from yesterday and submit
  • 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

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  • Final call for Equilibrium w.s.
  • Equilibrium lab debrief; due Friday
  • Equilibrium lab quiz on Friday; review content
  • Equilibrium quiz tomorrow; review content
  • Do SEP (21 & 22) page 143 and “Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon”; due today

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  • Questions on Equilibrium worksheet?
  • Equilibrium quiz this Thursday; know: definition, how the arrow is represented (double), factors that affect equilibrium, difference between static and dynamic, Le Chatelier’s Principle; the review from Monday
  • Equilibrium lab; due Friday
  • Equilibrium lab quiz on Friday; 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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  • Discuss CCC (15) page 137
  • Correct CCC (16) page 138, SEP (17) page 139, and CCC (19) page 141
  • CER; due Monday March 14
  • Do CCC (1) and SEP (2) pages 121; due Friday
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Notes: Factors that Affect Equilibrium

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  • New Seating Chart!
  • Brainstorm: Reactions that are reversible
  • Brainstorm: factors that can affect reaction rates
  • Do 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

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  • 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
  • Brainstorm questions

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  • Demo: Liquids and energy
  • Simulation: heat transfer (Google Classroom; due tomorrow)
  • Demo: Convection (video)
  • Video: “Down to Earth”: Iceland
  • During the video, write down how Geothermal Plants in Iceland are able to convert energy from the Earth into electrical energy
  • Exam outline is available in the “Resource” folder in Edmodo

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  • 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
  • Do SEP (14) page 79; discuss; CER due Wed Feb. 23rd
  • Animation: a Journey through Earth’s Mantle
  • Notes: Plate Tectonics
  • Read pages 80-87

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  • BLM: Mae Jemison
  • Submit “Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer” lab
  • “Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer” post lab quiz
  • Correct SEP (3) page 67, CCC (4) page 69, SEP (5) page 70, and SEP (6); homework check /2
  • Notes: Cause of Plate Tectonics
  • Read pages 73-78
  • Do SEP (9) page 74 and CCC (12) page 77; due tomorrow

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  • Complete “Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer” lab; lab due tomorrow; lab debrief
  • Lab quiz tomorrow; know: safety hazards, which metal conducted the best, define calorimeter, equation used to solve the problems for assessment question #1
  • Correct SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 63
  • SEP (2) page 65
  • Correct SEP (3) page 67, CCC (4) page 69, SEP (5) page 70, and SEP (6); homework check /2
  • Submit Guided reading questions

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  • Read pages 66-72 in textbook
  • Do SEP (3) page 67, CCC (4) page 69, SEP (5) page 70, and SEP (6); due tomorrow
  • Complete guided questions for reading (h.o.); due tomorrow
  • Begin lab analysis questions; use information on the board to assist; lab due Thursday; lab quiz on Thursday

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  • BHM: Imani Mitchell
  • Correct SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 63
  • SEP (2) page 65
  • Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer lab; lab due Wednesday; lab quiz on Wednesday

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  • Energy Quiz; 14 m.c. questions
  • Do SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 63; due tomorrow
  • Introduce Investigative Phenomenon: Why are there so many volcanoes in California?
  • Video: Mount Lassen
  • Begin CER; write question, make a claim, cite evidence to support claim (if possible)
  • Do CCC (1) and SEP (2) page 65; due today

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  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Energy quiz tomorrow; know:
    • Kinetic molecular theory
    • How molecules move in a solid, liquid, and gas
    • Temperature definition
    • What is required of an effective collision
    • Know how energy flows through a system
    • Compare and contrast convection, conduction, and radiation
    • Feedback systems
    • Why thermal equilibrium is hard to maintain
  • UC DAVIS and CSUS Chemistry requirements
  • Correct CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17) page 53
  • Read 55-58, 60-61
  • Do SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 63; due Friday

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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; middle school convection model
  • Notes: Convection and radiation
  • Notes: Feedback systems
  • Read 48-53
  • Do CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17); due tomorrow
  • Energy Quiz on Thursday

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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?
  • Notes: Mechanism of Heat Flow
  • Demonstration: thermal differences between metals
  • Notes: Conduction

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  • Pair/share: discuss your model from your w.s. with your seat partner; what are the limitations?
  • Do SEP (7) page 40; discuss
  • Submit PhET activity sheet
  • Read pages 41-47; do CCC (8) page 41 and CCC (12) page 47; discuss

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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
  • 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