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  1. Agendas 2013-14

  2. Wednesday, October 30th P 72 LT 3: I can describe the effects of heating and cooling on a solid, liquid and gas at the particulate level. Agenda: • Heating and Cooling Gases lab Homework: Study for test Friday!! Don’t forget that some of you have additional review/reinforce worksheets due on Friday!!

  3. Friday, November 1st P 72 LT 3: I can describe the effects of heating and cooling on a solid, liquid and gas at the particulate level. Agenda: • CI Inv. 3 Test • If time allows, we will discuss Heating and Cooling A, p 71. Homework: NONE

  4. Wednesday, August 21st LT 1: I can identify the different forms of energy. NB 1: What is energy? Agenda: • Continue Rituals and Routines: Opening procedures. • Pass and discuss weekly target logs. • Discuss what you believe energy is and write an initial idea on log. • Go over energy handout. Homework: NONE • Homework: NONE

  5. Thursday, September 26th LT 1: Explain how the periodic table of elements is organized. • Discuss p 43 • Discuss elements. • Read Elements in student reader. Homework: Complete page 45 in your notebook.

  6. Thursday, August 22nd LT 1: I can identify the different forms of energy. NB 1: What is energy? Agenda: • Discuss what you believe energy is and write an initial idea on log. • Go over energy handoutwith highlighter • Pass out energy pictures and work with partner to identify all forms of energy in the pictures. Homework: Write short definition for each form on a notecard.

  7. Friday, August 23rd Please take out your homework and place in front of you so that I can check that it is done. LT 1: I can identify the different forms of energy. LT 2: I can identify where energy conversions occur in a system NB #2: Name 2 types of energy and define. Please take out your homework and place infront of you so that I can check that it is done. Agenda: • Go over your pair work from yesterday. • Energy Picture activity Homework: NONE

  8. Monday, August 26th LT 1: I can identify the different forms of energy. LT 2: I can identify where energy conversions occur in a system. Agenda: • Go over learning log feedback. • Officially define the term energy. • Discuss the conservation of energy. • Try to identify where energy conversions take place in a sample activity. Homework: Roller coaster Energy reading and questions.

  9. Tuesday, August 27th LT 2: I can identify where energy conversions occur in a system. Agenda: • Go over homework. • Go over energy conversions from yesterday. We will make any changes in notebooks. • Define Conservation of Energy in notebooks. • Energy conversion practice sheets. Homework: NONE… but, you should begin reviewing flashcards nightly.

  10. Wednesday, August 28th LT 2: I can identify where energy conversions occur in a system. Agenda: • Mini Assessment over LT 1. • Discuss variables. Define in notebook. • Begin collecting data for Energy in a bouncing ball. Homework: Energy and Power sheets. These are due on FRIDAY

  11. Thursday, August 29th LT 2: I can identify where energy conversions occur in a system. LT 3: I can graph independent and dependent variables. Agenda: • Return and reflect on mini-assessment. • Graph data from energy in a bouncing ball. • Complete the Results section. Homework: Continue working on packet.

  12. Friday, August 29th LT 2: I can identify where energy conversions occur in a system. LT 3: I can graph independent and dependent variables. Agenda: • Complete Conclusion section • Complete CRE • Go over homework. Homework: NONE. Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend!!

  13. Tuesday, Sept. 3rd LT 2: I can identify where energy conversions occur in a system. LT 3: I can graph independent and dependent variables. LT 4: I can explain the Law of Conservation of Energy. Agenda: • Continue discussing Evidence/Reasoning • Practice LT 2, 3 and 4 on worksheets Homework: NONE. Test next Tuesday over LT 1 – 4.

  14. Wednesday, Sept. 4th LT 3: I can graph independent and dependent variables. LT 4: I can explain the conservation of energy. Agenda: • Roller Coaster multimedia demo • Practice LT 3 and 4 Homework: Study Guide

  15. Thursday, Sept. 5th LT 1 – 4 Review Agenda: • Go over homework (today’s and last Friday’s) • Answer any final questions about LT 1 -4 Homework: STUDY

  16. Friday, Sept 6th LT 1: Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative characteristics. Agenda • Thinking exercise • Discuss group roles and responsibilities and lab safety. • Discuss qualitative and quantitative observations. • Mystery Mixture Observations (powders only). Homework: NONE

  17. Monday, September 9th LT 1: Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative characteristics. Agenda: • Go over lab responsibilities and group roles • Make Mystery Mixture observations and record on P 35 in notebook. Homework: Study for test of Energy Unit ☺.

  18. Tuesday, Sept. 10th LT 1: NONE. TEST DAY. Agenda: • Take test • Grade Test • Continue Sharing out from yesterday. • Assign Chemistry Texts Homework: Outline pages 14 – 16 of your homework text.

  19. Wednesday, Sept. 11th LT 1: Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative characteristics. LT 2: I can describe the physical and chemical properties of a substance. Agenda: • Make observations of individual 9 substances and complete p 37. • Write a prediction of what you think the mystery mixture substances might be. Homework: NONE

  20. Thursday, Sept. 12th LT 2: I can describe the physical and chemical properties of a substance. LT 3: I can identify properties of physical changes and chemical changes. Agenda: • Test our MM predictions. • Share out • Make notebook entries. Homework: NONE

  21. Monday, Sept. 16th LT 2: I can describe the physical and chemical properties of a substance. LT 3: I can identify properties of physical changes and chemical changes. Agenda: • Discuss what makes “good” evidence. • Re-test those combinations that produced bubbles Homework: Physical and chemical properties and changes.

  22. Tuesday, Sept. 17th LT 2: I can identify properties of physical changes and chemical changes. Agenda: • Go over homework • Make observations of the evaporates • Multimedia Confirmations • Putting it All Together Worksheet Homework: CRE

  23. Wednesday, Sept. 18th NO LT to record today. I will be separating you into different groups for independent study day. Each group will be given a specific task designed specifically for you.

  24. Thursday, Sept. 19th LT 2: I can describe the physical and chemical properties of a substance. LT 3: I can identify properties of physical changes and chemical changes. Agenda: • Go over CRE Statements • Physical and Chemical Changes discussion and notes. • Chemical and physical changes worksheet Homework: Finish worksheet if not done

  25. Tuesday Sept. 24th LT 1: I can explain the properties of an element. AGENDA: • Pre-Assessment Inv. 1 • Letter Analogy Activity – in Science Notebook (SN) • Letter Analogy Discussion Homework: Study for mini test tomorrow.

  26. Wednesday, Sept. 25th LT 1: I can explain the properties of an element. Agenda: • Mini Test over LT 1 -3 CI Inv. 1 • SN entries • Explore the periodic table • Complete page 43, Mystery Mixture Elements in your Lab Notebook (LN)

  27. Friday, Sept. 26th p 52 LT 2: I can explain the relationship between matter, substances and elements. LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Define element and matter as quiz • Grade homework • Color the periodic table and label • Take notes IF TIME ALLOWS. Homework: None

  28. Monday, Sept. 30th p 52 LT 1: I can explain the properties of an element. LT 2: I can explain the relationship between matter, substances and elements. LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Color the periodic table and label • Take notes IF TIME ALLOWS. Homework: Metals, nonmetals and metalloids packets due on Thursday.

  29. Tuesday, October 1 p 54 LT 2: I can explain the relationship between matter, substances and elements. LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Finish note taking. • Evaluate Boost Labels • Start ORQ if time allows

  30. Wednesday, Oct. 2 p 54 LT 2: I can explain the relationship between matter, substances and elements. LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Complete ORQ over Elements p 51 • Evaluate the responses with class designed rubric • Read Elements in the Universe in CI Reader. • Complete Questions p 53 in Lab Notebook. Homework: Complete homework packet

  31. Thursday, October 3 Good morning! Mr. Katzman will be here for me today. Please be on your best behavior :). p 58 LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Grade homework packets. • Complete the 3 Review and Reinforce Worksheets. What doesn’t get done is next week’s homework. Homework: NONE. Enjoy your long weekend!

  32. Wednesday, October 8th p 60 LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Investigation 2 Review Sheets • Begin Study Guide Homework: Finish Worksheets begun last Thursday. They are due on Friday  There will be a test over energy, Inv. 1, and Inv. 2 concepts NEXT TUESDAY!!!!

  33. Thursday, October 9th P 60 LT 1: I can explain the properties of an element. LT 2: I can explain the relationship between matter, substances and elements. LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Finish Study Guide • Open Response Homework: Finish Worksheets from last week.

  34. Friday, October 10th P 60 LT 1: I can explain the properties of an element. LT 2: I can explain the relationship between matter, substances and elements. LT 3: I can identify patterns in the periodic table of elements. Agenda: • Go over homework • Go over Study guide • Go over ORQ Homework: NONE

  35. Monday, October 28th P 68 • LT 3: I can explain the effect of compression or expansion on a gas. Agenda: • Go over questions from Friday. • Review and practice for Wednesday’s test. Homework: Study guide.

  36. Tuesday, October 15th NB p 62 LT 1: I can describe the properties of a gas. NB 2: What caused the plunger to go up yesterday? Agenda: • Test • Go over data from yesterday. Homework:How Much Gas Part B p 57 in notebook.

  37. Wednesday, Oct. 16th P 62 LT 1: I can describe the properties of a gas. Agenda: • Go over How Much Gas Part B. • Complete and Discuss What’s In Bubbles on p 59. • Exit Slip Homework: NONE

  38. Thursday, October 17th P 62 LT 1: I can describe the properties of a gas. Agenda: Ball Demo (3rd and 4th will see on Friday) Test Analysis Begin Working on HW book packets: Homework: Finish Packet

  39. Friday, Oct. 18th P 62 LT 1: I can describe the properties of a gas. LT 2: I can describe the motion of gas particles. Agenda: • Collect hw in classes assigned homework. • Ball demo 3rd and 4th • Syringe system explorations.

  40. Monday, October 21st P 64 LT 1: I can describe the properties of a gas. LT 2: I can describe the motion of particles of gas. Agenda: • Discuss syringe system discoveries from Friday. • Discuss expansion and compression and take notes. • Introduction to particles. Homework: NONE

  41. Tuesday, October 22nd P 64 LT 1: I can describe the properties of a gas. LT 2: I can describe the motion of particles of gas. Agenda: • Explore bubble wrap in the syringe • Develop an explanation for what is happening with your elbow partner. • Discuss • Formative Assessment. Homework: finish page 61

  42. Wednesday, Oct. 23rd P 66 LT 3: I can explain the effect of compression or expansion on a gas. Agenda: • Go over Formative Assessment results. • Go over homework on page 61. • Complete p 63 and 65. • Gases sheets – read and tape into notebook. Homework: NONE

  43. Thursday, Oct. 24th P 66 LT 3: I can explain the effect of compression or expansion on a gas. Agenda: • Open and Closed Cell Cube Observations. • Discuss • View Multimedia Homework: Study your notes and write a summary of what you have learned so far about gases.

  44. Friday, October 25th P 66 LT 3: I can explain the effect of compression or expansion on a gas. Agenda: • Continue going over open/closed cell cubes. • Take notes. • Read Particles and Three Phases of Matter in student reader and answer questions. Homework: NONE

  45. Monday, October 28th P 68 • LT 3: I can explain the effect of compression or expansion on a gas. Agenda: • Go over questions from Friday. • Review and practice for Wednesday’s test. Homework: Study guide.

  46. Monday, Nov. 4th P 72 LT 3: I can describe the effects of heating and cooling on a solid, liquid and gas at the particulate level. Agenda: • Review Heating and Cooling of Air A. • Work on p 73. • Go over p 73. • Take notes on expansion/ contraction. Homework: Memorize expansion and contraction process with cards.

  47. Tuesday, Nov. 5th P 74 LT 1: I can compare and contrast the particles of a solid, liquid and gas. Agenda: • Complete worksheet over solids, liquids and gases. • Diagrams of solids, liquids and gases in notebook. Homework: Complete Expansion and Contraction of Gases ORQ.

  48. Wednesday, Nov. 6th P 76 LT 1 and 3 LT 2: I can explain the relationship between temperature and kinetic energy. Agenda: • Go over homework. • Contraction and expansion of liquids. Homework: Write an explanation for how a liquid thermometer works. Study for flashback tomorrow.

  49. Thursday, Nov. 7th P 76 LT 1, 2 LT 3: I can describe the effects of heating and cooling on a solid, liquid and gas at the particulate level. Agenda: • Flashback • Go over p 73 and 75 • Read Expansion and Contraction in the student reader with note-taking graphic organizer. Take home make up test for those who scored below 80 on the Energy, Inv. 1, and 2 Test. Due Monday.

  50. Friday, Nov. 8th No learning target today. We will doing the district proficiency assessment over all we’ve done so far this year. Good luck.