2019-2020

*Lab and homework are bold printed*

Dec 9-13
Mon    -Guided notes- Cell theory/History
Tues    -Finish Cell theory
            -Hw- Parts and functions of microscope, back
                 of notes (pink)
Wed    - Review parts of microscope
                Lab - Introduction to the microscope
Thurs/Fri    -Class will be split to avoid sharing
                     microscopes    
                            -Microscope lab
                            -Cell parts trifold
                    Student will switch on Friday.

Dec 2-6
Mon    -Guided reading (K4.1) checked
            -In class notes using GR
Tues    -Notes Polymers 
Wed    -Notes  
            -Recycling handout
                -Trex
                -Community 
Thurs    -Finish K4.1
               -Book exchange, starting book C
                    -Book C - Cells and Heredity
                -R&R Discovering Cells
Fri        -Guided notes
                
Nov 25-29
Mon    -Review Pg 113-115  # 1-11,13,14,18,20, 21
Tues    -Chapter quiz
             -Guided Reading Polymers -should be 
                completed in class

Nov 18-22
Mon    -Hw due
            Guided notes - Nonmetals
Tues    -Finish notes
            -HW - Suduko puzzle, prep for lab
Wed    -Lab Alien Periodic (alien brain melt)
Thurs    -Lab due 
                 -Sing along, table practice.
              -R&R Stardust
Fri        -Review notes
          
Nov 11-15
Mon    -Veterans day presentation
            -Guided Notes Metals
Tues-Thurs    -Element presentations
                        -Guided notes
Fri    -Test and quiz return and review
        -Parent signature on test
        -Finish metal notes
        -R&R Nonmetals and metalloids
Nov 4-8
Mon    -Presentation questions
            -Alternate Periodic Tables
            -R&R Metals
Tues    -Guided notes - Metals
Wed    -Order selection for presentation
            -Guidelines for presentation
            -Notes
Thurs    -Penny Lab
Fri        -Lab due
                -Video 'The Mint'
            -Guided notes
Oct 28-Nov 1
Mon    -In class check of chart box, quiz Thurs
            -Think about elements for research project.
Tues    -Introduction to element project
                -Handout and element selection

Elements Project

 

Element Name_____________________

Element Symbol_________    Element Number___________

Element Mass (most common isotope) ___________

Number of Protons_________   Number of Electrons_________

Number of Neutrons__________ Number of Energy Levels______  

Oxidation numbers (most common)_________

Type of Element-(Circle one)  Metal  /  Nonmetal  /  Metalloid  

Physical State at 20oC - (Circle one)   Solid   /   Liquid   /    Gas 

Melting Point _____________    Boiling Point ______________

Date of discovery or origin__________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

Who discovered or identified________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________

Origin of Name/Symbol ____________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________

CommonUses__________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

Biological importance ___________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

Fun Facts _______________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

Element Project

Background :  For many years, scientists searched for a way to organize the known elements of the universe onto a useful chart or table.  It was not until the mid-1800’s that a Russian chemist by the name of Dmitri Mendeleev recognized hidden patterns that could be used to organize the elements.  Mendeleev’s periodic table became the first useful system for the classification of the elements.  Each element on the periodic table has its own unique physical and chemical properties.  Some of the elements have important uses.  Some were discovered a long time ago and others are man-made.

Task:  Your task is to research an element using your textbook, the library, an encyclopedia, the Internet, and other appropriate resources.  The information obtained will be portrayed graphically by creating either a poster or a computer generated presentation using Power Point. This must be on a thumb drive or media that can be turned in to the teacher.  Google Docs needs to be checked ahead of time. The project will be presented to the class.  The element must be a naturally occurring element.  Elements will be chosen on a first come, first serve basis during class.  All required information must be included.

Required Information: Use this as a check list for your completed project.

            _____ -Element name

            _____ -Element symbol

            _____ -Element number

            _____ -Element mass (most common isotope)

            _____ -Number of protons

            _____ -Number of electrons

            _____ -Number of neutrons

            _____ -Number of energy levels

            _____ -Oxidation numbers

            _____ -Type of element (metal, nonmetal, or metalloid)

            _____ -Physical state at 20º C.

            _____ -Melting point

            _____ -Boiling point

            _____ -Date of discovery or origin

            _____ -Who discovered or identified the element

            _____ -Origin and/or history of its name and symbol

            _____ -Common and commercial uses

            _____ -Biological importance- how is element used in biological (living) processes.

            _____ -Fun factsYou should include additional information or interesting facts that pertain to your element.  Any pictures should have source cited.

 

Due date:  This project will be due the week of  November 11th  when you present to the class.  Projects may be turned in earlier if completed.  Don’t forget MLA.

            -Chart practice
Wed    -Periodic scavenger hunt
Thurs    -Quiz over chart box notes
                -Early release
Fri        -No school, parent conferences.


Oct 21-25
Mon    -Review pg 69-70
                    -Organizing Information
                    -#1-10, 11-16, 18, 21, 22
Tues    -Returns and review
                -Frostbite theater
Wed    -Chap 2 Quiz
            -Chap 3 pretest
            -Pg 79 #1 a,c  2 a,b  3 a
Thurs -Guided notes K3.1 Parts of atom
Fri    -Organizing the elements
            Handout Chart Box

Oct 14-18
Mon    -No school
Tues    -Lab due and review
            -States chart returned and reviewed
            -R&R 2.3 Gas behavior
Wed    -Notes gas behaviors
            -R&R 2.4Graphing gas behavior -This is the back of 2.3 and setting up for lab.
Thurs    -Gas behavior lab
Fri    -Lab due
        - Bill Nye - Matter

Oct 7-11
Mon    -Graphic Organizer - Change of state
Tues    -Graphic Organizer
                -Videos reinforce
            -Change of State chart
Wed    -Chart due and review
            -GO - sublimation and deposition
            -Test return and review, sent for parent 
                signature.
Thurs    -Psig due
               -Returns and review
                -Enrich Freeze dried
Fri        -Freeze dried samples properties 
            -Freeze dried lab
Sept 30-Oct 4
Mon    -Substitute, dealing with roofers
            -Returns and review
                    -Pg 47
                    -Hot chocolate enrich
            -R&R Change of State
Tues    -Lab returns and review
            -Intro to Qualitative analysis II
                -CSI and Quality Control
Wed    -Qualitative analysis pt II
                -determining an unknown
Thurs    -Both parts of lab are due together
               -Graphic organizer - liquids
Fri          -Finish GO  -solids and plasma
                -Intro to change of state
Sept 23-27
Mon    -Review with partner
                Pg 37-39  #1-10, 12-15,18,21  Test Prep1-5
Tues    -Chapter 1 test
            -Read pg 42-47  Pg 47 1 a,b  2 a,c  3 b
Wed    -Guided notes/Graphic organizer
                - States of matter
Thur    -Returns and review
            -Finish Notes
            -Lab set-up
Fri        -Qualitative analysis Pt 1
                Determining the physical and chemical 
                properties of known substances.


Sept 16-20
Mon   -Lab due and review
            -Guided Reading 1.3 
Tues    -Review GR and use as notes/study guide
Wed    -Finish GR
            -Enrich 'Transforming energy Hot chocolate'
Thurs    -Review Hot chocolate
Fri        -Returns and review
                        *Chapter test will be next Tuesday*

Sept 9-13
Mon    -Measurement Lab - In class portion
Tues    -Lab due and review
            -R&R Measuring Matter
Wed    -Review Measuring Matter
            -Unknown Lab - Identify unknown metal using
                                             density
Thurs    -Lab due and review
            -Guided Notes -displacement
Fri        -Displacement Lab -determining unknow using
                                                 displacement.

Sept 2-6
Mon    -No school
Tues    - Review Scientific Method
            -Introduction to lab safetly
            -Home Safety Worksheet
Wed   - Review home safety
            -Begin K1.1
            -R&R Describing Matter
Thurs    -Guided notes
Fri        -Measurement ws
                    -Part is from book, part will be done in lab Monday.

Aug 26-30
Mon    -Jelly Belly Lab -observation skills
Tues    -Lab due and review
            -Guided Notes, scientific method
Wed    -Guided Notes
            -Lab intro, facial tissue brainstorm
Thurs    -Tissue lab
Fri        -Lab due and review
            -    
Aug 20-24
Wed    -Rules and Outline
Thurs    - Seating, Introduction to room and procedures.
          
Fri      -Book handout
-Scientific Method introduction
                -Guided notes