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Thurs 9/12/13 Fri 9/13/13. Thurs 9/12/13 Fri 9/13/13. Unit 1 Test Day. “Hunting the Elements” Video. Warm-Up What is the difference between a heterogeneous mixture and a homogeneous mixture? List an example of an element compound mixture 3. Why are valence electrons important?.

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Unit 1 test day

Thurs 9/12/13

Fri 9/13/13

Thurs 9/12/13

Fri 9/13/13

Unit 1 Test Day

“Hunting the Elements” Video

Warm-Up

What is the difference between a heterogeneous mixture and a homogeneous mixture?

List an example of an

element

compound

mixture

3. Why are valence electrons important?

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Unit 1 test day

Mon 9/16/13

Tues 9/17/13

Mon 9/16/13

Tues 9/17/13

Atomic and Periodic Table Basics

Atomic Basics Notes

Warm-Up

Open a yellow textbook to pages 20-21D

Draw the green diagram at the bottom of page 21D.

Include all labels and definitions.

1

H

Hydrogen

1.008

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Unit 1 test day

Mon 9/16/13

Tues 9/17/13

Mon 9/16/13

Tues 9/17/13

Atomic Basics Wkst

Doodle Page

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Unit 1 test day

Wed 9/18/13

Thurs 9/19/13

Wed 9/18/13

Thurs 9/19/13

Periodic Basics

Periodic Basics Notes

Warm-Up

Use the periodic table to draw a bohr model and a Lewisdot structure of Aluminum. The symbol for Aluminum is Al.

2. Complete the following information for Aluminum.

atomic #

atomic mass

# of protons

# of neutrons

# of electrons

# of valence electrons

Make page 18 a doodle page with a date, title, and page number.

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Unit 1 test day

Fri 9/20/13

Mon 9/23/13

Fri 9/20/13

Mon 9/23/13

Periodic Table

Periodic Table Stations

Warm-Up

1. What are the columns on the periodic

table called?

2. What are the rows called?

3. How are the elements arranged from left to right on the periodic table?

4. How are the elements arranged as you go down each column?

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Unit 1 test day

Tues 10/1/13

Thurs. 9/26/13

Fri 9/27/13

Unit 2 Review Warm-Up

Unit 2 Review Wkst

Warm-Up

Why are Noble Gases non-reactive? (don’t want to bond with other elements)

Which family of elements are all radioactive and combust in air?

What properties of metals make them good to cook with and use for electrical wires?

How do you calculate the number of neutrons an element’s atoms have?

Glue your Unit 2 Review WkstHere.

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Unit 1 test day

Tues 10/1/13

Wed 10/2/13

Tues 10/1/13

Wed 10/2/13

Physical and Chemical Properties

Physical and Chemical

Properties and Changes Notes

Warm-Up: Read the yellow article Lesson 67 “Properties of Matter” and complete the “Show What You Know” at the bottom of the article.

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Unit 1 test day

Fri 10/4/13

Mon 10/7/13

Fri 10/4/13

Mon 10/7/13

Unit 2 Test Most Missed Questions

Physical and Chemical Properties Lab

Warm-Up:

1. Pick up a copy of the Unit 2 Test from the front bench.

2. Answer the following questions from the Unit 2 test. (You do not need to copy the question down. Just the answer.)

1.

2.

4.

15.

17.

19.

21.

24.

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Unit 1 test day

Tues 10/8/13

Wed 10/9/13

Tues 10/8/13

Wed 10/9/13

Physical and Chemical Changes Warm-Up

Chemical Reactions & Equations

Assignment 1

1. What is a chemical reaction?

2. What are the signs that a chemical reaction has occurred?

Assignment 2

3. What is the Law of Conservation of Mass?

How do scientists represent chemical reactions?

How are chemical equations written to show that mass is conserved?

Warm-Up:

Pick up your warm-up worksheet from the front bench.

“ Two Way to Change”

2.Glue or tape to page 29.

3. Complete the worksheet.

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