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    **The distance learning plan from the district office will be in effect for the next two weeks.

     

    Week of 3/9

    Standards: 

    H.C.6A.4 Use mathematical and computational thinking to predict the amounts of reactants required and products produced in specific chemical reactions.

    H.C.6A.1 Develop and use models to predict the products of chemical reactions (1) based upon movements of ions; (2) based upon movements of protons; and (3) based upon movements of electrons.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to write and balance chemical equations from word equations.

    Plan: Collect murder mystery assignment, check and go over HW, practice problems with writing and balancing equations from words; HW = Balancing wkst. #2 (due Wed.)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance and classify chemical reactions.

    Plan: Notes on reaction types, practice classifying reactions (classwork); HW = Finish Balancing wkst. #2

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance and classify chemical reactions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, start pre-lab for reaction types lab

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance and classify chemical reactions.

    Plan: Reaction types wkst. #1 (classwork/homework)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance and classify chemical reactions.

    Plan: Finish pre-lab for reaction types lab, start lab

     

    Week of 3/2

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.7 Analyze and interpret data to determine the empirical formula of a compound and the percent composition of a compound.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Collect extra credit, return and go over empirical/molecular wkst. #1 (graded); HW = Empirical/molecular wkst. #2

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, return molar mass quiz; HW = Ch. 10 Review sheet

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, start murder mystery assignment (due Monday)

    Thursday 

    Plan: Ch. 10 TEST

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance chemical equations and write word equations.

    Plan: Start Ch. 11 notes on balancing equations, practice problems; HW = Balancing wkst. #1 (front only)

     

    Week of 2/24

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.7 Analyze and interpret data to determine the empirical formula of a compound and the percent composition of a compound.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Return molar mass wkst. (graded), continue notes on determining empirical and molecular formulas; HW = Empirical/molecular practice prob.

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss empirical formulas with decimals; HW = Empirical/molecular wkst. #1 (due Friday)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Work on empirical/molecular wkst. #1 (due Friday)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Collect HW, return % composition wkst. (graded), Molar mass quiz; HW = Empirical/molecular extra credit

    Friday 

    No school

     

    Week of 2/17

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.7 Analyze and interpret data to determine the empirical formula of a compound and the percent composition of a compound.

    Monday 

    Holiday (no school)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the molar mass of compounds.

    Plan: Polyatomic ion quiz, start notes on Ch. 10 (molar mass); HW = Molar mass wkst.

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the percent composition for each element present in a compound.

    Plan: Collect HW, notes on percent composition; HW = Percent composition wkst. (due Thursday)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the percent water present in a hydrated sample.

    Plan: Percent composition of a hydrate lab; HW = Finish percent composition wkst. (due Thursday)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the percent water present in a hydrated sample.

    Plan: Collect HW, analyze lab data, start notes on determining empirical formulas

     

    Week of 2/10

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.2 Use the periodic table to write and interpret the formulas and names of chemical compounds (including binary ionic compounds, binary covalent compounds, and straight-chain alkanes up to six carbons).

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to analyze binary and polyatomic ionic compounds in order to determine the oxidation number for each atom.

    Plan: Work on the oxidation number assignment (due Tuesday), more practice with oxidation number; HW = Oxidation wkst. #1

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to analyze binary and polyatomic ionic compounds in order to determine the oxidation number for each atom.

    Plan: Collect oxidation number assignment, check and go over oxidation wkst. #1, notes on binary covalent naming; HW = Binary covalent wkst.

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to analyze binary and polyatomic ionic compounds in order to determine the oxidation number for each atom.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, do oxidation number wkst. #2 (classwork); HW = Ch. 9 Review sheet

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will review the chapter and become prapared for the Ch. 9 Test.

    Plan: Check and go over review sheet, test preparation

    Friday 

    Plan: Ch. 9 TEST; HW = Study for polyatomic ion quiz on Tuesday

     

    Week of 2/3

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.2 Use the periodic table to write and interpret the formulas and names of chemical compounds (including binary ionic compounds, binary covalent compounds, and straight-chain alkanes up to six carbons).

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to name binary and polyatomic ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Collect nomenclature wkst. #1 (or tomorrow), finish quantative analysis lab, discuss the polyatomic ion quiz 

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to name polyatomic ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Check/return/go over nomenclature wkst. #1, discuss the polyatomic ion quiz (patterns, memorization tips); HW = Nomenclature wkst. #2

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to name binary and polyatomic ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Nomenclature wkst. #3

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to analyze binary and polyatomic ionic compounds in order to determine the oxidation number for each atom.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on oxidation number, start oxidation number assignment

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to analyze binary and polyatomic ionic compounds in order to determine the oxidation number for each atom.

    Plan: Work on the oxidation number assignment (due Tuesday)

     

    Week of 1/27

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.2 Use the periodic table to write and interpret the formulas and names of chemical compounds (including binary ionic compounds, binary covalent compounds, and straight-chain alkanes up to six carbons).

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to name binary ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Start notes on Ch. 9 (nomenclature), practice problems with binary compounds

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to name polyatomic ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Notes on naming polyatomic compounds, practice problems with polyatomic compounds

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to name binary and polyatomic ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss ion quiz; HW = Nomenclature wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to name binary and polyatomic ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Start quantative analysis lab (part 1)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to name binary and polyatomic ionic compounds and make their chemical formulas.

    Plan: Continue quantative analysis lab 

     

    Week of 1/20

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.1 Construct explanations for the formation of molecular compounds via sharing of electrons and for the formation of ionic compounds via transfer of electrons.

    H.C.3A.3 Analyze and interpret data to predict the type of bonding (ionic or covalent) and the shape of simple compounds by using the Lewis dot structures and oxidation numbers.

    Monday 

     No school

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Notes on molecular polarity, finish molecule building lab; HW = Ch. 8 Review sheet

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, test prep

    Thursday 

    Plan: Ch. 8 TEST

    Friday 

    Plan: Benchmark test

     

    Week of 1/13

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.1 Construct explanations for the formation of molecular compounds via sharing of electrons and for the formation of ionic compounds via transfer of electrons.

    H.C.3A.3 Analyze and interpret data to predict the type of bonding (ionic or covalent) and the shape of simple compounds by using the Lewis dot structures and oxidation numbers.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss dot structures with ions, practic problems; HW = Lewis dot wkst. #2

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on VSEPR shapes, practice problems; HW = VSEPR shapes on dot wkst. #2

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Lewis dot QUIZ, go over HW

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Notes on resonance, start molecule building lab

    Friday 

     No school

     

    Week of 1/6

    Standards: 

    H.C.3A.1 Construct explanations for the formation of molecular compounds via sharing of electrons and for the formation of ionic compounds via transfer of electrons.

    H.C.3A.3 Analyze and interpret data to predict the type of bonding (ionic or covalent) and the shape of simple compounds by using the Lewis dot structures and oxidation numbers.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to classify and represent ionic bonds, polar covalent bonds, and nonpolar covalent bonds.

    Plan: Collect extra credit assignment, start notes on Ch. 8 (chemical bonding), practice problems; HW = Practice problems

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to classify and represent ionic bonds, polar covalent bonds, and nonpolar covalent bonds.

    Plan: Go over practice problems, bond type wkst. (classwork), notes on metallic bonds, video clip; HW = Bond comic wkst.

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Collect HW, return and go over bond type wkst., start notes on Lewis dot structures, practice problems; HW = Practice problems with dot structures

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, practice dot structures with multiple bonds; HW = Practice problems with dot structures

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to represent covalent bonded molecules using Lewis dot structures.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on dot structures with exceptions; HW = Lewis dot wkst. #1

     

    Week of 12/16

    Standards: 

    7.P.2A.1: Obtain and use information about elements (including chemical symbol, atomic number, atomic mass, and group or family) to describe the organization of the periodic table.

    H.C.3: Elements are made up of only one kind of atom. With increasing atomic number, a predictable pattern for the addition of electrons exists. This pattern is the basis for the arrangement of elements in the periodic table.

    Chemistry I Honors Exam Review

    Monday 

    LO: Students will review for the semester exam.

    Plan: Collect HW, start semester exam review 

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will review for the semester exam.

    Plan: Continue semester exam review 

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will review for the semester exam.

    Plan: Finish semester exam review 

    Thursday 

    Plan: Semester exam

    Friday 

    No school

     

    Week of 12/9

    Standards: 

    7.P.2A.1: Obtain and use information about elements (including chemical symbol, atomic number, atomic mass, and group or family) to describe the organization of the periodic table.

    H.C.3: Elements are made up of only one kind of atom. With increasing atomic number, a predictable pattern for the addition of electrons exists. This pattern is the basis for the arrangement of elements in the periodic table.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how the periodic table has changed over time and how it is organized.

    Plan: Continue Ch. 7 notes on the history and organization of the periodic table; HW = Periodic table article questions 

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand the reactivity trend on the periodic table.

    Plan: Collect HW, reactivity notes and video clip; HW = Labeling periodic table assignment

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand the atomic radius trend on the periodic table.

    Plan: Collect HW, notes on atomic radius; HW = Periodic puzzle and words wkst.

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand the ionization energy trend on the periodic table.

    Plan: Collect HW, notes on ionization energy; HW = Alien periodic table

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand the electron affinity trend on the periodic table.

    Plan: Collect HW, notes on electron affinity, video clip; HW = Trends wkst.

     

    Week of 12/2

    Standards: 

    H.C.2A.2 Use the Bohr and quantum mechanical models of atomic structure to exemplify how electrons are distributed in atoms.

    H.C.2A.3 Analyze and interpret absorption and emission spectra to support explanations that electrons have discrete energy levels.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to use dot notation to describe electron location.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on dot notation, practice problems

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 6 Test.

    Plan: Notes on exceptions, start review sheet; HW = Finish review sheet

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 6 Test.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, test prep

    Thursday 

    Plan: Ch. 6 Test

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how the periodic table has changed over time and how it was developed.

    Plan: Mendeleev card sorting activity, start notes on Ch. 7 on the history and organization of the periodic table 

     

    Week of 11/25

    Standards: 

    H.C.2A.2 Use the Bohr and quantum mechanical models of atomic structure to exemplify how electrons are distributed in atoms.

    H.C.2A.3 Analyze and interpret absorption and emission spectra to support explanations that electrons have discrete energy levels.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to use electron configuration and orbital notation to describe electron location.

    Plan: Collect element scrabble, article and questions (classwork); HW = Notation wkst. #1

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to use electron configuration, orbital notation, and dot notation to describe electron location.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Notation wkst. #2

    Wednesday - Friday 

    Holiday

     

    Week of 11/18

    Standards: 

    H.C.2A.2 Use the Bohr and quantum mechanical models of atomic structure to exemplify how electrons are distributed in atoms.

    H.C.2A.3 Analyze and interpret absorption and emission spectra to support explanations that electrons have discrete energy levels.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will understand how to use the four quantum numbers to describe electon location within the atom.

    Plan: Finish flame lab, discuss quantum numbers; HW = Work on element scrabble

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will understand how to use the four quantum numbers to describe electon location within the atom.

    Plan: Continue quantum numbers, color code the four orbital shapes onto the periodic table; HW = Work on element scrabble

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to use longhand electron configuration to describe electron location.

    Plan: Notes on longhand electron configuration, practice problems; HW = 5 Assigned Problems

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to use shorthand electron configuration to describe electron location.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on shorthand electron configuration, practice problems, discuss f-block elements, practice problems

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to use orbital notation to describe electron location.

    Plan: Review chapter so far, go over rules for quantum numbers, notes on orbital notation, practice problems; HW = Finish element scrabble

     

    Week of 11/11

    Standards: 

    H.C.2B.1 Obtain and communicate information to compare alpha, beta, and gamma radiation in terms of mass, charge, penetrating power, and their practical applications (including medical benefits and associated risks).

    H.C.2B.2 Develop models to exemplify radioactive decay and use the models to explain the concept of half-life and its use in determining the age of materials (such as radiocarbon dating or the use of radioisotopes to date rocks).

    Monday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 5 Test on Wednesday.

    Plan: Finish and go over the review sheet, test prep

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 5 Test on Wednesday.

    Plan: Nuclear video clips, half-life problems (classwork); HW = Nuclear article questions (due Thursday)

    Wednesday 

    Plan: Ch. 5 TEST; HW = Finish nuclear article questions (due Thursday)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand the basics of quantum theory regarding electron location and energy.

    Plan: Start Ch. 6 notes on quantum theory, bright-line spectra demonstration 

    Friday 

    LO: Students will make observations of the light released when electrons travel from one energy level to the other.

    Plan: Flame demonstration, flame lab

     

    Week of 11/4

    Standards: 

    H.C.2B.1 Obtain and communicate information to compare alpha, beta, and gamma radiation in terms of mass, charge, penetrating power, and their practical applications (including medical benefits and associated risks).

    H.C.2B.2 Develop models to exemplify radioactive decay and use the models to explain the concept of half-life and its use in determining the age of materials (such as radiocarbon dating or the use of radioisotopes to date rocks).

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to distinguish the difference between fission and fusion and balance nuclear reactions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on fission and fusion, nuclear video clips; HW = Nuclear wkst. #4

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform half-life calculations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on half-life calculations, practice problems; HW = Half-life wkst. #1 (due Thursday)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform half-life calculations.

    Plan: Half-life lab; HW = Finish Half-life wkst. #1 and lab analysis

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform half-life calculations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, annual exposure activity (classwork); HW = Half-life wkst. #2

    Friday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 5 Test on Tuesday.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Review sheet

     

    Week of 10/28

    Standards: 

    H.C.2B.1 Obtain and communicate information to compare alpha, beta, and gamma radiation in terms of mass, charge, penetrating power, and their practical applications (including medical benefits and associated risks).

    H.C.2B.2 Develop models to exemplify radioactive decay and use the models to explain the concept of half-life and its use in determining the age of materials (such as radiocarbon dating or the use of radioisotopes to date rocks).

    Monday 

    Plan: Ch. 4 TEST

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform mole, atom, and gram conversions.

    Plan: Finish mole lab; HW = Atomic puzzle wkst.

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to differentiate between alpha, beta, and gamma decay and be able to balance nuclear equations.

    Plan: Collect HW, take the benchmark test, start notes on Ch. 5 (nuclear chemistry)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to differentiate between alpha, beta, and gamma decay and be able to balance nuclear equations.

    Plan: Continue nuclear notes, practice balancing nuclear equations on nuclear wkst. #1 (classwork) ; HW = Nuclear wkst. #2

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to differentiate between alpha, beta, and gamma decay and be able to balance nuclear equations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, continue nuclear notes, video clip on cloud chamber; HW = Nuclear wkst. #3

     

    Week of 10/21

    Standards: 

    H.C.2A.1 Obtain and communicate information to describe and compare subatomic particles with regard to mass, location, charge, electrical attractions and repulsions, and impact on the properties of an atom.

    H.C.2A.2 Use the Bohr and quantum mechanical models of atomic structure to exemplify how electrons are distributed in atoms.

    Monday 

    Teacher work-day

    Tuesday 

    Plan: Guest speaker for nuclear chemistry week

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons for various isotopes. Students will be able to identify elements from variuos clues.

    Plan: Collect element search; HW = Element word puzzle

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to apply all the concepts taught in Ch. 4 on the review sheet.

    Plan: Collect mole extra credit project, return and go over mole wkst. #1; HW = Ch. 4 Review sheet

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to apply all the concepts taught in Ch. 4 on the review sheet.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, test prep, atomic puzzle (CW/HW)

     

    Week of 10/14

    Standards: 

    H.C.2A.1 Obtain and communicate information to describe and compare subatomic particles with regard to mass, location, charge, electrical attractions and repulsions, and impact on the properties of an atom.

    H.C.2A.2 Use the Bohr and quantum mechanical models of atomic structure to exemplify how electrons are distributed in atoms.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate relative atomic mass and determine the identity of the element.

    Plan: 3rd = Check and go over HW, notes on relative atomic mass, practice problems, discuss mole day

            7th = Return and go over atomic wkst. #1/2, discuss mole day; HW = Atomic wkst. #3

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform conversions between moles, atoms, and grams.

    Plan: 3rd = Notes on mole conversions, practice problems; HW = Mole wkst. #1 (due Friday)

            7th = Check and go over HW, notes on relative atomic mass, practice problems, start notes on moles

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to spell the names of the elements.

    Plan: 3rd = No class doe to the PSAT

            7th = Element word search (practice spelling the elements for our test next week)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate average atomic mass for various isotopes.

    Plan: 3rd = Check and go over HW, mole lab; HW = Element word search

            7th = Finish notes on moles, mole lab; HW = Mole wkst. #1

    Friday 

     No school

     

    Week of 10/7

    Standards: 

    H.C.2A.1 Obtain and communicate information to describe and compare subatomic particles with regard to mass, location, charge, electrical attractions and repulsions, and impact on the properties of an atom.

    H.C.2A.2 Use the Bohr and quantum mechanical models of atomic structure to exemplify how electrons are distributed in atoms.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how the model of the atom has changed over time and how the current model was developed.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss element test, continue Ch. 4 notes on atomic theory; HW = Element puns wkst.

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons for various isotopes.

    Plan: Collect HW, notes on isotopes; HW = Atomic wkst. #1 

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate average atomic mass for various isotopes.

    Plan: Notes on average atomic mass, practice problems; HW = Atomic wkst. #2

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate average atomic mass for various isotopes.

    Plan: Collect HW, Element TEST, start isotope lab

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate average atomic mass for various isotopes.

    Plan: Return and go over atomic wkst. #1/2, continue isotope lab; HW = Atomic wkst. #3 (3rd period only)

     

    Week of 9/30

    Standards: 

    H.C.1A.3 Plan and conduct controlled scientific investigations to answer questions, test hypotheses, and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and testable hypotheses based on credible scientific information, (2) identify materials, procedures, and variables, (3) use appropriate laboratory equipment, technology, and techniques to collect qualitative and quantitative data, and (4) record and represent data in an appropriate form. Use appropriate safety procedures.

    H.C.1A.5 Use mathematical and computational thinking to (1) use and manipulate appropriate metric units, (2) express relationships between variables for models and investigations, and (3) use grade-level appropriate statistics to analyze data.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to express measurements and perform calculations using scientific notation.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on scientific notation math, practice problems

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to express measurements and perform calculations using scientific notation, perform error calculations, and determine significant figures.

    Plan: Do scientific notation wkst. #1 (classwork); HW = Ch. 3 Review sheet 

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to express measurements and perform calculations using scientific notation, perform error calculations, and determine significant figures.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, test prep; HW = Scientific notation wkst. #2

    Thursday 

    Plan: Check and go over HW, Ch. 3 TEST; HW = Scientific notation wkst. #3 (extra credit)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how the model of the atom has changed over time and how the current model was developed.

    Plan: Collect extra credit, start notes on Ch. 4 (atomic history); HW = Element list

     

    Week of 9/23

    Standards: 

    H.C.1A.3 Plan and conduct controlled scientific investigations to answer questions, test hypotheses, and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and testable hypotheses based on credible scientific information, (2) identify materials, procedures, and variables, (3) use appropriate laboratory equipment, technology, and techniques to collect qualitative and quantitative data, and (4) record and represent data in an appropriate form. Use appropriate safety procedures.

    H.C.1A.5 Use mathematical and computational thinking to (1) use and manipulate appropriate metric units, (2) express relationships between variables for models and investigations, and (3) use grade-level appropriate statistics to analyze data.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to read a graduated cylinder and determine if measurements are precise and accurate.

    Plan: Finish density lab analysis, density demo, practice reading a graduated cylinder wkst. (classwork); HW = Error wkst.

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the significant figures of a measurement and be able to perform calculations with proper significant figures.

    Plan: Collect HW, discuss counting significant figures, practice problems

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the significant figures of a measurement and be able to perform calculations with proper significant figures.

    Plan: Review counting significant figures and discuss math; HW = Significant figures wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the significant figures of a measurement and be able to perform calculations with proper significant figures.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss rounding with practice problems; HW = Significant figures wkst. #2

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to express measurements and perform calculations using scientific notation.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on scientific notation with practice problems; HW = Significant figures wkst. #3

     

    Week of 9/16

    Standards: 

    H.C.1A.3 Plan and conduct controlled scientific investigations to answer questions, test hypotheses, and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and testable hypotheses based on credible scientific information, (2) identify materials, procedures, and variables, (3) use appropriate laboratory equipment, technology, and techniques to collect qualitative and quantitative data, and (4) record and represent data in an appropriate form. Use appropriate safety procedures.

    H.C.1A.5 Use mathematical and computational thinking to (1) use and manipulate appropriate metric units, (2) express relationships between variables for models and investigations, and (3) use grade-level appropriate statistics to analyze data.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to use the density equation and understand what makes substances float or sink.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, density demo; HW = Ch. 2 Review sheet (part 1)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform metric, volume, and temperature conversions.  Also, students will be able to use the density equation.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, test preparation, do and go over the Ch. 2 Review sheet (part 2)

    Wednesday 

    Plan: Ch. 2 TEST (part 1); HW = Extra credit (optional)

    Thursday 

    Plan: Ch. 2 TEST (part 2)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to read a graduated cylinder and determine if measurements are precise and accurate.

    Plan: Start notes on Ch. 3, Density of water lab

     

    Week of 9/9

    Standards: 

    H.C.1A.3 Plan and conduct controlled scientific investigations to answer questions, test hypotheses, and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and testable hypotheses based on credible scientific information, (2) identify materials, procedures, and variables, (3) use appropriate laboratory equipment, technology, and techniques to collect qualitative and quantitative data, and (4) record and represent data in an appropriate form. Use appropriate safety procedures.

    H.C.1A.5 Use mathematical and computational thinking to (1) use and manipulate appropriate metric units, (2) express relationships between variables for models and investigations, and (3) use grade-level appropriate statistics to analyze data.

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform metric conversions and understand why the metric system is used by scientists.

    Plan: District pre-test, metric video, continue practice problems with metric conversions; HW = Metric wkst. #1 (front only)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform volume and temperature conversions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW (do back in class today), notes on volume and temperature, practice problems

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be make measurements in lab using the metric system and perform metric conversions.

    Plan: Metric lab; HW = Metric article questions

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform metric conversions and do density calculations.

    Plan: Collect HW, notes on density, practice problems; HW = metric/volume/temperature wkst. 

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform metric conversions and do density calculations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, density activity (classwork); HW = Metric/density wkst.

     

    Week of 9/3

    Standards: 

    H.C.1A.3 Plan and conduct controlled scientific investigations to answer questions, test hypotheses, and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and testable hypotheses based on credible scientific information, (2) identify materials, procedures, and variables, (3) use appropriate laboratory equipment, technology, and techniques to collect qualitative and quantitative data, and (4) record and represent data in an appropriate form. Use appropriate safety procedures.

    H.C.1A.5 Use mathematical and computational thinking to (1) use and manipulate appropriate metric units, (2) express relationships between variables for models and investigations, and (3) use grade-level appropriate statistics to analyze data.

    Monday - Holiday

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to make detailed scientific observations and write scientific descriptions.

    Plan: Start Ch. 2 notes on chemistry basics and the scientific method, start the scientific observations activity (classwork)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to develop a hypothesis and test it through experimentation in order to draw an appropriate conclusion.

    Plan: Finish scientific observations activity (classwork), scientific method lab

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to identify independent and dependent variables in an experiment and perform metric conversions.

    Plan: Collect labs, practice determining independent/dependent variables (classwork), notes on the metric system with practice problems; HW = Variables wkst.

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform metric conversions and understand why the metric system is used by scientists.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, continue notes on metric conversions with practice problems

     

    Week of 8/26

    Learning objectives: 

    • Categorize lab equipment and its uses and design lab procedures using various lab apparatuses including all safety rules and procedures.
    • Location of safety items such as the fire extinguisher, eyewash and safety shower.
    • Proper use of lab equipment.

    Standard: 

    H.C.1A.3 Plan and conduct controlled scientific investigations to answer questions, test hypotheses, and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and testable hypotheses based on credible scientific information, (2) identify materials, procedures, and variables, (3) use appropriate laboratory equipment, technology, and techniques to collect qualitative and quantitative data, and (4) record and represent data in an appropriate form. Use appropriate safety procedures.

    Monday - Collect safety illustrations, notes on hazard diamond; HW = MSDS wkst.

    Tuesday - Collect HW, go over the lab equipment list, discuss lab procedures, test preparation

    Wednesday - Review for safety test, start bunsen burner lab (pre-lab)

    Thursday - Safety TEST

    Friday - Finish the bunsen burner lab

     

    Week of 8/19

    Learning objectives: 

    • Categorize lab equipment and its uses and design lab procedures using various lab apparatuses including all safety rules and procedures.
    • Location of safety items such as the fire extinguisher, eyewash and safety shower.
    • Proper use of lab equipment.

    Standard: 

    H.C.1A.3 Plan and conduct controlled scientific investigations to answer questions, test hypotheses, and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and testable hypotheses based on credible scientific information, (2) identify materials, procedures, and variables, (3) use appropriate laboratory equipment, technology, and techniques to collect qualitative and quantitative data, and (4) record and represent data in an appropriate form. Use appropriate safety procedures.

    Monday - Syllabus, information sheets

    Tuesday - Start safety contract

    Wednesday - Go over Code of Conduct, continue safety contract

    Thursday - Finish safety contract, safety scenarios activity, discuss safety illustrations (due Monday)

    Friday - Equipment list activity

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