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Introduction to Air Quality and CHEMISTRY. To-Do:. Grab a purple Harry Potter lab sheet from the back counter. On your desk you will need: Calculator (if you have one) Journal Harry Potter Lab Sheet Writing Utensil CLEAR EVERYTHING ELSE!

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to do
To-Do:
  • Grab a purple Harry Potter lab sheet from the back counter.
  • On your desk you will need:
    • Calculator (if you have one)
    • Journal
    • Harry Potter Lab Sheet
    • Writing Utensil
    • CLEAR EVERYTHING ELSE!
  • Study for your quiz on Properties of Matter (starts in 5 min)
element compound mixture
Element, Compound, Mixture
  • Title (Blue) – Speculate what the poem is about based on title
  • Paraphrase (green) – for each section of poem, write in your own words what this means
  • Connotation – (color of choice) – emotions & words contribute to meaning, effect, or both of the poem
  • Attitude – (color of choice) – Author’s attitude
  • Shifts – (color of choice) – changes in direction of the poem
  • Title (other blue) – Now look at title on interpretive level – what new insight does the title provide in understanding the poem?
  • Theme (red) – What subject does poem address, and what did you learn about those subjects? What ideas does the poet want you to take away ?
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Scientific Optimism!

To-Do:
  • Self Grade the 3 items below with the provided answer keys at your table.
      • Density Calculation WS
      • Dunkin’ For Density
      • Element, Compound, Mixture Poem
  • Answer the reflect questions on page 63 in your journal. Title the entry: Types of Mixtures
  • Grab a blank 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper and write down the following information on the top corner of your sheet…

Square of Air Rubric

  • A color coded key with labels is present.
  • At least 6 different components of air are represented
  • All components are drawn to size and the correct number of molecules are bonded for each part of air
  • The page is filled with the correct ratio of all required components of air
  • Effort and Quality
  • Questions answered on the back of the sheet

Each item above will be assessed on a 1-5 point scale:

1 2 3 4 5

No Evidence Some Evidence Average Mastery of Task

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Square of Air Activity

  • Read 2.3 (pgs. 69-76)
  • Then draw a picture of air
    • Use a blank 8.5 X 11 sheet of paper
    • Include a color coded key for all components that you draw
    • If oxygen is part of air…how many oxygens would I see (give it a color)
    • If carbon dioxide is part of air…how many would I see (give it a color)
    • Etc.
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Square of Air Activity

  • What elements are in air?
  • What compounds are in air?
  • Write a sentence or two to classify air. Consider the following:
    • Element vs. Compound vs. Mixture?
    • heterogeneous or homogenous?
    • Is air a solution?
  • Draw a pie chart of the composition of the air and include labels and a color coded key.
  • Define the following words using page 76 in your Air Quality book.
      • Solution
      • Solvent
      • Solute
      • Concentration
      • Saturated
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