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Chem Quick Quiz 9-27-10. Time. Start. There are 7 box’s on the table. Develop a hypothesis what might be in them. How could you test your hypothesis with out opening or looking into the box?. Today. Black Box Lab.

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chem quick quiz 9 27 10
Chem Quick Quiz 9-27-10

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There are 7 box’s on the table. Develop a hypothesis what might be in them.

How could you test your hypothesis with out opening or looking into the box?

Today

Black Box Lab

The goal of this module is for students to identify the scientists, review the research which lead to the understanding of atomic structure and gain an understanding of atomic strcture.

chem quick quiz 9 28 10
Chem Quick Quiz 9-28-10

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Neutrons— an elementary particle having no charge, mass slightly greater than that of a proton

Protons— a positively charged elementary particle that is a fundamental constituent of all atomic nuclei

Electrons— an elementary particle that is a fundamental constituent of matter, having a negative charge, and existing independently or as the component outside the nucleus of an atom.

Nucleus— the dense central portion of an atom, composed of protons and neutrons.

Dalton’s Atomic Theory— the first theory to relate chemical changes to events at the atomic level.

Atom— the smallest particle of an element that retains the properties of that element

Valence electrons— electrons on the outer most shell.

Today

Class: Atomic Structure Notes #1 Homework: Study Guide Section 5.1

The goal of this module is for students to identify the scientists, review the research which lead to the understanding of atomic structure and gain an understanding of atomic structure.

chem quick quiz 9 29 10
Chem Quick Quiz 9-29-10

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Explain Dalton’s atomic theory.

Today

Class: Atomic Structure Notes #2

Homework:

SG 5.2

The goal of this module is for students to identify the scientists, review the research which lead to the understanding of atomic structure and gain an understanding of atomic structure.

chem quick quiz 9 30 10
Chem Quick Quiz 9-30-10

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Explain what makes elements and isotopes different from each other.

Today

Class: Notes Atomic Structure #3

Homework:

Study Guide 5.3

The goal of this module is for students to identify the scientists, review the research which lead to the understanding of atomic structure and gain an understanding of atomic structure.

real quiz 9 30 10
Real Quiz 9-30-10

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Question from Study Guide book.

Objective: Evaluation of knowledge of motion.

chem quick quiz 10 1 10
Chem Quick Quiz 10-1-10

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If an element has 92 protons and 144 neutrons what is the

Atomic number

Mass number

number of electrons

complete symbol

Today

Class:

Video

The goal of this module is for students to identify the scientists, review the research which lead to the understanding of atomic structure and gain an understanding of atomic structure.

physics quick quiz 9 27 10
Physics Quick Quiz 9-27-10

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John’s bus left from the bus stop today at 7:50 am a few minutes late. He decided to time how long it takes to get to school. He arrived at school precisely at 8:05 am. As John leaves his bus he asks the driver how far it is, the driver responds 5 km. What was the buses average speed in MKS format (m/s)?

Today

Class:

Notes “Linear Motion” 

Homework:

Problem Solving 1

  • Objective: You should be able to describe and analyze motion in one dimension using equations with the concepts of distance, displacement, speed, average velocity, instantaneous velocity, and acceleration
pop quiz 9 27 10
Pop Quiz 9-27-10

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What is the difference between displacement and distance?

What do you represent an arrow with a scalar or a vector?

Objective: Evaluation of knowledge of motion.

physics quick quiz 9 28 10
Physics Quick Quiz 9-28-10

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John missed his bus as it pulled away at 7:45 am. He immediately started to walk from the bus stop to school (5km away). If John can walk 1.5 m/s can he be on time to school if it starts at 8:30am?

Today

Class:

Notes “Linear Motion” and How to use the TI 84 with CBL’s

Objective: You should be able to describe and analyze motion in one dimension using equations with the concepts of distance, displacement, speed, average velocity, instantaneous velocity, and acceleration

physics quick quiz 9 29 10
Physics Quick Quiz 9-29-10

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Draw a distance verses time graph of a person walking toward an object (you can make the data up).

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Class:

Matching Graph Lab with the CBL

Objective: You should be able to describe and analyze motion in one dimension using equations with the concepts of distance, displacement, speed, average velocity, instantaneous velocity, and acceleration

real quiz 9 29 10
Real Quiz 9-29-10

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Question from PS book.

Objective: Evaluation of knowledge of motion.

physics quick quiz 9 30 10
Physics Quick Quiz 9-30-10

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Start

A car traveling with an initial velocity of 10 m/s, accelerates at 2 m/s2, for 5 seconds. What is the car’s final velocity?

Today

Go over selected problems.

Exam Monday.

Objective: You should be able to describe and analyze motion in one dimension using equations with the concepts of distance, displacement, speed, average velocity, instantaneous velocity, and acceleration

physics quick quiz 10 1 10
Physics Quick Quiz 10-1-10

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If a rock is dropped from a building, and it takes 18 seconds to reach the ground, how tall is the building?

Today

Class:

Video “Motion”

Exam Monday.

Objective: You should be able to describe and analyze motion in one dimension using equations with the concepts of distance, displacement, speed, average velocity, instantaneous velocity, and acceleration