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1st Day: Warm Up (IN) Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared and focused for class.

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    1. 1st Day: Warm Up (IN) Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared and focused for class. Write a 5 sentence paragraph that describes one of your favorite hobbies, sports, or activities. What is it? Why do you like it? How long have you been doing it? Who got you involved? What are your goals for this hobby, sport, or activity?

    2. Learning Objectives Students will read about and orally identify, policies and procedures for the Chemistry classroom and TJ which include setting up their Interactive Notebooks by listening to directions and looking at models.

    3. In- 8/27/13, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph that describes one of your favorite hobbies, sports, or activities. What is it? Why do you like it? How long have you been doing it? Who got you involved? What are your goals for this hobby, sport, or activity? Out- Reflection(10 pts.) Based on what you know so far or what you heard today answer the folloiwng questions: What is chemistry the study of? What are you excited to learn about in chemistry this year? Give an example in the real world where you believe chemistry is used. Through- Classwork Go over syllabus and classroom Set up Interactive Notebook Start notes on basics of chemistry Homework- Why do I have to study chemistry reading and questions

    4. In- 8/28/13, Warm-Up Listen to the song and watch the video about the elements. In at least 5 sentences, summarize what you noticed or write about what surprised you having to do with chemistry. Out- Reflection None Through- Classwork Continue notes on the basics of chemistry Observations and Inferences example Homework- Get safety contract signed

    5. Learning Objectives Students will use writen information from a graphic organizer about the basics of chemistry (mixtures, compounds, elements, observations, inferences, etc. ) to create a game that demonstrates their understanding of the material.

    6. In- 8/29/13 Warm-Up Explain the difference between a qualitative and a quantitative observation. Give an example of each type of observation listed above. What is the difference between an inference and an observation? Based on one of your observations in #2, write an inference. Out- Reflection None Homework- None Through- Classwork Honors Chemistry district Pre Test Observations and Inferences worksheet Observations and Inferences Lab- goes in your notebook

    7. Learning Objectives Students will make qualitative and quantitative observations orally and in writing using descriptive language (color, size, shape, etc.) and make inferences based on their observations in their notebook using the example format.

    8. In- 8/30/13, Warm-Up Think about the lab you started yesterday. Write a 5 sentence paragraph. Based on the stations that you have been to, which station did you like the best so far? Why did you like that particular station? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Based on the lab you have been working on for the past 2 days, think about 2 of the stations. In DETAIL, describe how you think those two stations worked. Homework- Get safety contract signed Qualitative and Quantitaive Observations worksheet due Wednesday Through- Classwork Finish district Pre-test Finish Observations and Inferences Lab Qualitative and Quantitative Observations

    9. Learning Objectives Students will make qualitative and quantitative observations orally and in writing using descriptive language (color, size, shape, etc.) and make inferences based on their observations in their notebook using the example format.

    10. In- 9/3/13, Warm-Up Look at the number below. Write down anything you know about this number. Think about the format of the number rather than the value of the number. What is this format called? Why would we use it? Is there anything else you know about this format? 6.02 x 1023 Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Explain in complete sentences the process used today to write a number in scientific notation. Use steps. Homework- Get safety contract signed Qual. and Quan. Observations worksheet due Wednesday Notebook check Friday Read ChemTalk P. 11-12 answer checking up questions p. 12 Chem To Go questions p. 14 # 1, 2, 5, and 6. This goes in your notebook Through- Classwork Hand out books Talk about chapter challenges Scientific notation explanation and worksheet- due in class today

    11. Learning Objectives Students will be able to write numbers in scientific notation given a number in standard notation and vice versa AND be able to explain the process in writing using sequential words and real world examples.

    12. In- 9/4/13, Warm-Up • Write the following numbers in scientific notation: • a) 25000 • b) 0.00034 • c) 123456 • d) 123.89 • Out- Reflection (10 pts.) • Look at the 2 pieces of lab equipment out on the table. If you wanted to measure out 10 mL of water which piece of equipment would give you the most exact answer? Explain your reasoning using significant figures. Homework- Notebook check Friday Read ChemTalk P. 11-12 answer checking up questions p. 12 Chem To Go questions p. 14 # 1, 2, 5, and 6. This goes in your notebook Safety contracts due tomorrow Through- Classwork Introduce significant figures: What are they and why do we use them? Significant figures worksheet

    13. Learning Objectives Students will be able to explain in writing, using classifying language (allows us to, is known for), what significant figures are and why they are importantas well as use significant figures correctly in all numerical calculations.

    14. In- 9/5/13 Warm-Up List how many significant figures each of the following numbers has. Write an explanation of how you arrived at your answer. Example: 123 has 3 sig. figs. because all non-zero numbers are significant. 500 500.00 0.0005000 500. How could you make the number 500 have only 2 significant figures? Out- Reflection None Homework- Notebook check Friday Read ChemTalk P. 11-12 answer checking up questions p. 12 Chem To Go questions p. 14 # 1, 2, 5, and 6. This goes in your notebook Finish Lab Equipment Sheet Through- Classwork Update Scoresheet Lab drawer check out Lab equipment sheet due in class Significant Figures with operations Sig figs and Rounding worksheet due Friday

    15. Interactive Notebook- Scoresheet

    16. Learning Objectives Students will understand the importance of lab safety and be able to verbally identify and visually recognize various pieces of lab equipment after completing the vocabulary activity.

    17. In- 9/6/13, Warm-Up Look back at your skeleton notes. Explain in your own words how a mixture is different from a compound. How is an element different than a compound? What is the difference between a chemical and physical change? Out- Reflection (10 pts.) Giving specific examples from the lab today, answer the same questions as above. Make sure to give an example to help explain every answer. Homework- None Through- Classwork Iron Sulfide Lab- due in class

    18. Learning Objectives Students will be able to visually see and explain both verbally and in writing the difference between elements, compounds, and mixtures using specific evidence (color change, gas given off, etc.) from the lab in their response.

    19. In- 9/9/13, Warm-Up Last week, we talked about significant figures. Look back at your notes and answer the following questions: Why do we use significant figures? Looking at the diagrams on the screen, which piece of lab equipment measures to more significant figures? How do you know? What is the difference between the rules explaining sig figs for adding and multiplying? Out- Reflection None Homework- Significant figures with scientific notation due Wednesday Bring your books this week! Through- Classwork Significant figures and rounding due in class today

    20. Learning Objectives • Students will be able to explain orally how many significant figures are in any given number, round using significant figures, and do mathematical operations using correct significant figures by using significant figure vocabulary.

    21. In- 9/10/13, Warm-Up Part of your unit exam is to come up with a game that includes topics that we have talked about up to this point. What ideas do you have so far? Please write at least 5 sentences. Topics so far: Matter, physical and chemical changes, qual. & quan. Observations, inferences, mixtures, compounds, elements, atoms, scientific notation, significant figures, density (coming this week) Out- Reflection None Homework- Test next Tuesday Game will be due next week (we will see how much time is needed) Read the Chem Talk P. 138-140 Answer checking up questions 1-4 on p. 140, chem to go questions 1-10 on p. 142 Through- Classwork Discuss and come up with game requirements Go over Lab Format in notebook Start Density Lab- This goes in your notebook.

    22. Learning Objective Students will calculate density of various objects and explain in writing using experiment vocabulary why density is useful based on their lab data.

    23. In- 9/11/13 Warm-Up You are asked to come up with a procedure to find the density of an irregular solid object. Write a proceudre (set of steps) to find the density of this irregular solid object. Out- Reflection None Homework- Test Tuesday Read the Chem Talk P. 138-140 Answer checking up questions 1-4 on p. 140, chem to go questions 1-10 on p. 142 (This goes in your notebook) Through- Classwork Work on Density lab- This goes in your notebook

    24. Learning Objective Students will calculate density of various objects and explain in writing using experiment vocabulary why density is useful based on their lab data.

    25. In- 9/12/13, Warm-Up In writing, explain what density is. Why is the density of an object more useful to know than the mass of that same object? You are given an object that has a mass of 14.3 grams and a volume of 5.30 mL. What is the object? Use the chart in your book on pg. 138. Will it float or sink in water? How do you know? Based on that chart, copper and nickel have the same density. What other properties could be used to distinguish between these two metals? Homework- Test Tuesday Read the Chem Talk P. 138-140 Answer checking up questions 1-4 on p. 140, chem to go questions 1-10 on p. 142 (This goes in your notebook) Through-Classwork Work on Density lab- This goes in your notebook

    26. Learning Objective Students will calculate density of various objects and explain in writing using experiment vocabulary why density is useful based on their lab data.

    27. In- 9/13/13 Warm up Look back at your notes and the activities we have done up to this point. Your test is on Tuesday. Write at least 5 sentences about what you need to study over the weekend in order to be ready for the test. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) How far did you and your group get today on the game? What is going well? What are you struggling with? How much time do you think you will need to complete the assignment? Do you need any materials? Homework- Test Tuesday Read the Chem Talk P. 138-140 Answer checking up questions 1-4 on p. 140, chem to go questions 1-10 on p. 142 (This goes in your notebook) Game due next week Through- Classwork Work on game for chapter challenge

    28. Learning Objective Students will create a game using the game requirement rubric that shows their understanding of topics in chemistry including Matter, physical and chemical changes, qual. & quan. Observations, inferences, mixtures, compounds, elements, atoms, scientific notation, significant figures, density.

    29. In- 9/16/13, Warm-Up • Test Review Questions • The number 8765000 has sig. figs. Round this number to 2 sig figs. • 0.000349 written in scientific notation is: • The mass of an object is found to be 5.78 grams. This object is placed in a graduated cylinder with an initial water level of 10.0 mL. The water level rises to 12.7 mL. What is the density of the object? • Identify as chemical or physical changes: • a) Ice melting b) burning a stick c)iron rusting Homework- Study for your test Games due Friday Through- Work on your games

    30. In- 9/18/13, Warm-Up If you were given a problem where you were asked to convert the number of miles a car could go on 1 gallon of gas to the number of kilometers it could travel per liter, write down in complete sentences how you would approach this problem. Out- Reflection None Homework- Conversions worksheet Notebook check Friday Game due Friday Through- Classwork Metric system introduction Conversion problems using dimensional analysis

    31. In- 9/19/13, Warm-Up Convert 52.1 mL into kL. Convert 7.8 grams into ounces. Explain in complete sentences to set up a conversion problem as best you can. Homework- Notebook check Friday Game due Friday Finish Problem solving worksheet Through- Classwork Update scoresheet Questions on HW Problem solving in chemistry.

    32. Interactive Notebook- Scoresheet

    33. In- 9/20/13 Warm-Up None- Get started on the lab Please turn in your notebooks to the box. Please put games on the small desk behind the box. Homework- Finish up conclusion on lab from today Through- Classwork Chemical changes lab

    34. In- 9/23/13, Warm-Up Answer the either true or false for each statement. Then, explain your reasoning. There is nothing smaller than an element. 2. Protons, neutrons, and electrons are part of the nucleus of an atom. 3. The periodic table is put together in a random fashion. 4. Isotopes are atoms with more or fewer electrons than normal. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) RAFT reflection Homework- Finish Atomic Structure practice Through- Classwork Structure of the atom notes Atomic structure practice wkst

    35. In- 9/24/13, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, summarize the notes you took yesterday. Underline 5 key words. Reflection- RAFT Homework: Read P. 82-88 in book Checking up questions P. 88, Chem To Go questions 1-4 P. 90 (These go in your notebook) *Bring Textbook Friday Through- Classwork Isotopes worksheet explanation and completion- due in class today

    36. Learning Objective Students will explain in writing and interpret data from the periodic table to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, electrons, atomic number, and atomic mass of various elements.

    37. In- 9/25/13, Warm-Up • Explain what an isotope is in your own words. Give an example of an isotope. • Identify which set of elements listed below are isotopes and explain how you know. The top number is the mass number the bottom number is the atomic number. • Reflection- • None Homework: Read P. 82-88 in book Checking up questions P. 88, Chem To Go questions 1-4 P. 90 (These go in your notebook) *Bring Textbook Thursday Through- Classwork Candium Lab- due in class

    38. Learning Objective Students will use problem solving skills to determine orally which isotope, M&Ms or Skittles, is more abundant and will calculate the % abundance and atomic mass of candium.

    39. In- 9/26/13 Warm-Up Uranium is known to have 3 major isotopes: U-238, U-235, and U-234. Their natural abundances are 99.2739%, 0.7198%, and 0.0059% respectively. Calculate the average atomic mass for uranium. Show all work. Out- Reflection None Homework: Read P. 82-88 in book Checking up questions P. 88, Chem To Go questions 1-4 P. 90 (These go in your notebook) Through- Classwork Metals, Non-metals, metalloids lab P. 144 in book WDYS, WDYT, Investigate 2-11 (skip 6&7), WDYTN This goes in your notebook.

    40. Learning Objective Students will summarize in writing how the periodic table is organized using academic vocabulary (noble gases, alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, transition metals, etc) after watching video clips, taking notes, and completing graphic organizer.

    41. In- 9/27/13, Warm-Up Compare and contrast the properties of metals and nonmetals that you know about. Give specific examples of metals and non-metals from the lab and explain how you arrived at your answer. Reflection None Homework: Read P. 82-88 in book Checking up questions P. 88, Chem To Go questions 1-4 P. 90 (These go in your notebook) Through- Classwork Periodic table overview Periodic table assignment

    42. In- 9/30/13, Warm-Up Summarize in 5 sentences how the periodic table is organized. Include the following words in your summary: group, period, property, metal, non-metal, metalloid Reflection- None Homework- Wavelength, frequency, and energy wkst due Tuesday Checking up P. 41, chem to go p. 43 1-6 Notebook check Thursday Through- Classwork Notes on properties of light, photoelectric effect, and emission spectra Wkst on Wavelength, frequency, and energy

    43. In- 10/1/13, Warm-Up 1. The wavelength of purple light is approximately 400 nm. Calculate the energy and frequency for purple light. Out- Reflection (10 pts.) RAFT Homework Notebook check Thursday Checking up P. 41, chem to go p. 43 1-6 Through- Classwork Flame Test lab

    44. In- 10/2/13 Warm-Up • Based on the lab from yesterday, answer the following questions. • Which salt that you looked at had the highest wavelength? What about the lowest? • 2. Which element that you looked at had the highest energy? What about the lowest? • 3. What can you say about the relationship between wavelength and energy? Homework Notebook check Thursday Checking up P. 41, chem to go p. 43 1-6 Through- Classwork Update Scoresheet Notes on Spectra Atomic spectra lab due in class today

    45. Interactive Notebook- Scoresheet

    46. In- 10/3/13, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about what we have talked about having to do with wavelenght, frequency and energy. Reference either lab if you would like. Out- Reflection(10 pts) Explain what an emission spectra is and why different elements have unique spectra. Homework None Through- Classwork Introduce writing assignment and have time to start working

    47. In- 10/4/13 Warm-Up In at least 5 sentences, summarize what we have talked about this week in chemistry. Reflection- None Homework None Through- Classwork Work on fireworks and atomic structure research paper

    48. In- 10/17/12 and 10/18/12 Warm-Up Draw the orbital diagram (arrows) for the following elements: Ne Fe Na Homework Problem set due Oct. 29th P. 118 13, 18-20, 22-35, 37, 39-43 P. 155 4, 6, 16-26, 32-38, 45 Through- Classwork Questions on HW Electron configuration posters Phosphoresence lab

    49. In- 10/19/12, Warm-Up Write out the electron configuration for the following elements. K F Si Reflection- None Homework- Test on Monday Oct. 29th Project due Wed. Oct. 25th Through- Classwork Go over chapter 5 project requirements Finish posters Finish phosphoresence lab Start chapter 5 projects

    50. In- 10/22/12, Warm-Up • Answer the following questions. • What does floresence mean? • 2. What does phosphoresence mean? • 3. What is the difference between the two in terms of electrons? Explain. Homework Test next Monday Oct. 29th Through- Classwork Work on projects