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  1. Warm-up, Ticket Out, & Quickwrite

  2. August 20, 2013 When you finish the warm-up, you may complete your One-Pager from yesterday if you are not done yet. Warm-up Ticket Out Describe what respectful communication looks like in small groups. What is the most important reason you should be respectful when working in small groups? 1. Which is NOT a non-negotiable rule for Mr. Cruz’s class? • Be on time • Always raise your hand • Work to succeed • Be respectful 2. Which is NOT a part of the scientific process? • Hypothesis • Collaboration • Conclusion • Data collection 3. Iron rusting is an example of a • Chemical change • Physical change • Phase change • Temperature change 4. In the symbol, “km” the “m” stands for • minutes • mass • miles • meters

  3. August 22, 2013 When you finish the warm-up, begin filling in the table of contents in your notebook. Warm-up Ticket Out Explain how Cornell notes are different from other notes you’ve done in the past. (use the word “because” in your answer) • Which is an example of a decomposer? • Grass • Mouse • Hawk • Mushroom • Which particle is not found in the nucleus? • Proton • Neutron • Electron • A mosquito drinking blood from a human is an example of • Parasitism • Mutualism • Commensalism • What page in your notebook is the scientific process found on? • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14

  4. Quickwrite, August 22, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Should you care what other people think of you? (Write your response using J.A.G.S.)

  5. August 23, 2013 When you finish the warm-up, finish filling in the table of contents and numbering your notebook pages. Warm-up Ticket Out Choose one lab safety rule that you feel is the MOST important. Justify your answer (J.A.G.S.). • Which is an example of a producer? • Grass • Mouse • Hawk • Mushroom • Which particle does NOT carry a charge? • Proton • Neutron • Electron • A bird nesting in a tree is an example of • Parasitism • Mutualism • Commensalism • What page in your notebook is “Costa’s Levels of Thinking” found on? • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6

  6. August 26, 2013 When you finish the warm-up, go to the back of the room and pick up a Unit Outline. Use TWO pieces of tape to attach it to page 8 in your notebook. Warm-up Ticket Out Solve the following problem: 5340 mg = _____ g • Which is the correct formula for density? • Mass – volume • Mass + volume • Mass x volume • Mass ÷ volume • At Jenkins, how many steps are in the scientific process? • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • What does “EQ” stand for in your Cornell notes? • Everyday Question • Essential Question • Essential Quote • Everyday Quote • What percentage of energy is transferred from the prey to the predator? • 10% • 20% • 30% • 40%

  7. Quickwrite, August 27, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Order the following values from greatest to least important: • Honesty • Loyalty • Happiness • Achievement • Responsibility • Freedom

  8. August 27, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out No ticket out today. • 4 kg = ____ g • 40 • 4000 • 0.004 • 0.75 m = ____ cm • 75 • 7500 • 0.0075 • 54,000 mL = ____ L • 54,000,000 • 0.054 • 54 • 8.7 cm = ____ mm • 0.87 • 0.087 • 87

  9. September 4, 2013 The grades are posted at the support station. You must know your student ID number! Warm-up Ticket Out Describe what makes a good scientific question. Explain two differences between the independent variable and the dependent variable. 1. 65 m = ___ mm 2. Find the volume of a box whose dimensions are 10 cm (length), 6 cm (width), and 2 cm (height). 3. What grade do you expect to earn by the end of the quarter? 4. What is your current grade?

  10. Quickwrite, September 4, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • In your notebooks (if you turned it in last Friday) are two red animal stamps. Draw a picture where they are both sitting next to each other and having a discussion on Billy Collins’s writing style. They should have top hats, monocles, and Pringle-esque mustaches. • If you did not turn in your notebook on Friday, find out what those animals are and do the same thing, except your animals must wear dresses and sip tea.

  11. September 5, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Write the T-Q-H-V for the following topic: Running better to improve swimming True or false • A hypothesis is written as, “If IV changes, then DV changes.” • A constant is the same as a controlled variable • Titles should include the IV, but not the DV • The DV is what is being observed/measured in an experiment.

  12. Quickwrite, September 5, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Write a descriptive paragraph of a memorable character from either a book, a movie, or a television show. Include both physical characteristics and personality characteristics.

  13. September 6, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out What type of graph should you use for the following data? Justify your answer. What brand of running shoe (A) decreases injury (B) for long distance runners (C)over the course of a year (D)? • Is the sentence above a • Title • Question • Hypothesis • What is the dependent variable? • What are the constants? • What is the independent variable?

  14. Quickwrite, September 6, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Imagine that you are Dom Francis writing a letter to the parents of the narrator. How would you describe him and the issues of the story, “I Just Kept on Smiling.” OR • Imagine that you are Timothy Pigott writing a letter to your older brother about the incidents of the story. How would you describe what happened?

  15. September 9, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Write the H, IV, DV, & 3 constants for the following question: What training method will most improve the jumping height for female volleyball players? True or false • A physical change creates something new. • Rusting is a form of chemical change • A population is all of the organisms in an area • The independent variable is on the Y-axis of a graph

  16. Quickwrite, September 10, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • What does the term, “integrity,” mean? • What does the term, “honorable,” mean? • Name someone who exhibits both of these traits and explain what they do that demonstrates integrity and honor.

  17. September 12, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Compare and contrast quantitative data and qualitative data What type of cloth reduces wind resistance most for a long distance cyclist? • Name the independent variable • Name the dependent variable • Name a constant • Name a second constant

  18. Quickwrite, September 12, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Describe a peaceful environment… aka, your happy place. 

  19. September 13, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Compare and contrast writing materials to writing procedures. How quickly does bread mold on wheat bread compared to white bread? • Name the independent variable • Name the dependent variable • Name a constant • Name a second constant

  20. Quickwrite, September 13, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • What is the difference between being smart and being wise? • Which is more important? Justify your answer.

  21. September 18, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Design Lisa's experiment. Lisa is working on a science project. Her task is to answer the question: "Does Rogooti (which is a commercial hair product) affect the speed of hair growth?” Her family is willing to volunteer for the experiment. • Mass divided by volume = ? • Complete the following: _______, purpose, ________ Hypothesis and ________ Test (________ and ________) _________ and data Analyze the ________ _________

  22. September 23, 2013 The grades are posted at the support station. You must know your student ID number! Warm-up Ticket Out What are 8 physical properties of matter? Describe how you would separate a mixture of iron filings and salt. State the physical property you would use. 1. 650 cm = ___ m 2. What is a difference between a physical change and chemical change? 3. What is wrong with the following hypothesis? I think that the plant grown in green light will grow tallest. 4. What is your current grade percentage?

  23. Quickwrite, September 23, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • If you could gain one new skill, talent, or ability, what would it be and why?

  24. Quickwrite, September 24, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • If you could choose between being highly intelligent & extremely useful to society but utterly miserable your entire life, or being blissfully happy but fairly unintelligent and not contributing to society at all, which would you choose and why? • What would you choose if you could pick the future of your children?

  25. Quickwrite, September 25, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Which is the most important part of a story – the plot or the characters? Justify your answer.

  26. Quickwrite, September 30, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • List 5 adjectives each for the following characters: • Princess (Lady or the Tiger) • Haptom (Fire on the Mountain) • Kuo Ming (White Wave) • Traveller (Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening) • The Father (A Red Palm)

  27. October 1, 2013 Use a new piece of paper for the next two-weeks of warm-ups and tickets-out. Warm-up Ticket Out Instant Replay • Which is a size-dependent physical property? • Magnetism • Conductivity • Volume • Melting point • The ability of a substance to dissolve in another is ________. • The amount of matter in an object is ________. • Density is _______________.

  28. October 9, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Write and complete the following sentences: An example of a saturated solution is… An example of an unsaturated solution is… Solutions are homogeneous mixtures because… Mass is different from volume because… • Which are examples of heterogeneous mixtures? • lemonade • salad • oil and water • chocolate milk • Name two ways to increase the speed of dissolving of a solid solute into water. • How can you use volume to separate a mixture of sand and gravel?

  29. October 10, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Compare and contrast state of matter and solubility. • What is another name for a homogeneous mixture? • Solvent • Solute • Solution • When a solvent can no longer dissolve any more solute, the solution is ___ • Saturated • Unsaturated • Dilute • Mass is a measure of how much ____ is in an object. • Space • Matter • Energy

  30. October 11, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out PAGE 46 OF YOUR NOTEBOOK Look at the Learning Targets on page 32 of your notebook. Write a reflection over how well you know these. Which ones do you understand better and which ones still need work? • A beaker contains a mixture of sand and pebbles. What kind of mixture is this? • Heterogeneous • Homogeneous • Solution • True or false: Dissolving is a chemical change. • Volume is a measure of how much ____ an object takes up. • Space • Matter • Energy

  31. October 14, 2013 Use a new piece of paper for the next two-weeks of warm-ups and tickets-out. Warm-up Ticket Out Compare and contrast volume and density. • In a mixture of water and Kool-Aid mix, the water is the • Solute • Solvent • Solution • In a mixture of water and Kool-Aid mix, the Kool-Aid mix is the • Solute • Solvent • Solution • What are the three states of matter?

  32. October 15, 2013 • Pick up a “Mixtures & Solutions Vocabulary Review” from the back of the room and start filling in the boxes. Use your notes and/or the textbook as references. • You will have 15 minutes total to complete this worksheet before we move on to the next step.

  33. Page 48 Top half Bottom half Choose a graphic organizer to explain two vocabulary terms previously rated a 1 or a 2 from the beginning of class. (Not the same as the top half words) Frayer Diamante Venn • Choose the two words you believe confuses students the most. • Write a paragraph explaining why they find it confusing and how you would explain those words to them.

  34. October 21, 2013 Use a new piece of paper for the next two-weeks of warm-ups and tickets-out. Warm-up Ticket Out Look at the solubility curve on the left. Where is the solvent no longer able to dissolve anymore solute? Where can you still dissolve more solute into the solvent? Why do we use “because” at the end of a hypothesis? • In your own words, define: • “saturated solution” • “unsaturated solution” A B C

  35. October 22, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Give an example of a homogeneous mixture. Name the solute in the mixture above. Name the solvent in the mixture above. Describe when the mixture above would be unsaturated. How does the sense of smell change as you get older? • Name the independent variable • Name the dependent variable • Name a constant • Name a second constant • Name a third constant

  36. October 28, 2013 Warm-up Ticket Out Write the hypothesis to your science project in an if-then-because statement. Which two learning targets will you explain to your parent? Which of the following are size-dependent (SD) and size independent (SI) properties? • Mass • Volume • Density • Conductivity • Boiling Point/Melting Point • State of Matter • Solubility • Magnetism

  37. October 29, 2013 k-h-D-Base-d-c-m Warm-up Ticket Out Of the vocabulary in the unit overview (page 58), list at least 3 terms you are familiar with. Write a short description about what you know of each of 3 terms from the previous question. • According to T.A.I.L.S., what is wrong with the graph on the right? • When should you use a line graph and when should you use a bar graph? • 200 mL = ____ L • 3.2 km = ____ m

  38. Quickwrite, October 29, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Should you care what other people think of you? (Write your response using J.A.G.S.)

  39. Quickwrite, October 30, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Order the following values from greatest to least important: • Honesty • Loyalty • Happiness • Achievement • Responsibility • Freedom

  40. Quickwrite, October 31, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Write a descriptive paragraph of a memorable character from either a book, a movie, or a television show. Include both physical characteristics and personality characteristics.

  41. Quickwrite, November 1, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Write 2-3 sentences describing Popcorn’s writing style.

  42. Page 56 – Reflection (3 paragraphs) • 5-7 sentences each paragraph • Topic sentence, supporting details, concluding sentence • Summarize the information we learned about during the Mixtures & Solution unit. • How did you prepare for yesterday’s test and did it feel like it made a difference for you? • Based on yesterday’s test, how comfortable do you feel with understanding and explaining the information from this unit?

  43. Quickwrite, November 5, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • What is the difference between being smart and being wise? • Which is more important? Justify your answer.

  44. Quickwrite, November 6, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • List as many descriptive words as you can that illustrate your personality.

  45. November 7, 2013 Warm-up 1. Which physical properties are best represented by the characters from Kung Fu Panda? Give your reasoning for each character/physical property pair. Shifu (red panda) Magnetism Po (giant panda) Boiling/Melting Point Viper (snake) Conductivity Tigress Mass Monkey Volume Mantis Density Crane State of Matter Tai Lung (snow leopard) Solubility

  46. Page 62 – Traveling to Earth’s Center • Describe the layers of the Earth by completing one of the options below: • Writing a letter to someone about what you see as you travel to the Earth’s center. • Drawing a cartoon or comic strip • Writing a poem about the 4 layers • When you finish, begin reading pages 194-199 out of the text book and begin taking Cornell notes over this section (page 65), 2 study questions, any level.

  47. Quickwrite, November 12, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • Write a short scene that includes the following nouns: • A bicycle • A unique cake • Something adorable • A plane ticket

  48. Quickwrite, November 13, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • What does the term, “integrity,” mean? • What does the term, “honorable,” mean? • Name someone who exhibits both of these traits and explain what they do that demonstrates integrity and honor.

  49. Quickwrite, November 14, 2013 Answer the following prompt in your notebook. • If you could choose between being highly intelligent & extremely useful to society but utterly miserable your entire life, or being blissfully happy but fairly unintelligent and not contributing to society at all, which would you choose and why? • What would you choose if you could pick the future of your children?