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8/29-30

Mooo-ving Milk Lab Directions
Mooo-ving Milk Lab Report

Homework:
*Bring your lab notebook next class period (and tape!)
*Read the CMS Student Lab Safety Rules, return completed and signed lab safety contract
*"Stump The Teacher" text sample

LAB BONUS OPTION!!!
Test a different variable at home.
You don’t have to write this report up, you can create a video using your phone. (Think Food Network cooking show, but more SCIENCE !)
You must discuss the following in your presentation:
Describe the variable (independent variable) you are changing
Explain what you think will happen AND WHY.
Discuss your procedure, make sure your video is showing the experiment
Discuss your results…if your hypothesis wasn’t correct, why do you think that is?
Bring to our next class period and let me see it!

*Complete and return Blue Student Information Card
*Complete and return the 3 chrome book forms



FIRST QUARTER NOTEBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS BEGINS HERE



Date


Session
#


Activity


page

8/31, 9/1
1
Mooo-ving Milk Lab
1


Mooving Milk Directions & Text
2


HOMEWORK:
1. Chemistry Unit Page: use images/articles/etc to create a unit page that reflects chemistry.
The unit page is the page right before the table of contents. You are forewarned, at some point you will have to write about how the
images/articles/etc you selected relate to each other and the unit.

2. LAB BONUS OPTION!!! (you still have time)
Test a different variable at home.
You don’t have to write this report up, you can create a video using your phone. (Think Food Network cooking show, but more SCIENCE !)
You must discuss the following in your presentation:
Describe the variable (independent variable) you are changing
Explain what you think will happen AND WHY.
Discuss your procedure, make sure your video is showing the experiment
Discuss your results…if your hypothesis wasn’t correct, why do you think that is?
Bring to our next class period and let me see it!





9/2, 6
2 ppt

Matter
(directions for this page are in the power point. Click on 2 ppt to see the power point)
3


States of Matter Notes
4


Atomic Structure Text Talk
5


Atomic Structure Notes
6




9/7-8
3 ppt
Subatomic Particle Calculation
practice sheet 1 and 2, practice sheet 3
(your warmup goes on this page as well, see 3 ppt for directions)
7


Subatomic Information on the Periodic Table - Notes
8


Homework:
Study for Quiz: States of Matter, Atomic Structure, Periodic Table Cells
Bring a single serving bag of: M&M’s or Skittles NO PEANUTS!

9/9, 12
4 ppt
Bohr Model & Lewis Dot Practice
Bohr side Lewis Dot side
9


Bohr Model & Lewis Dot Rules
10




9/13-16
5 ppt
Ion & Isotope Text Talk
11


"Subatomic Particles Can Change" notes
12


Homework: (due 9/19 A Day, 9/22 B Day-extra time because this class had a sub on 9/14 and had less time with the content)
Atoms Family Album (35%)
•create a "family" album for an atomic family with a page/section for each member listed below. This is an ANALOGY (like Cell City in 7th grade). You need to explain the properties & characteristics of the particle AND how your analogy is similar
Be creative and think outside the box (is your atoms family a band, sports team, TV show, ....?). You can fold the album together in a way that you would like, but it must have room for all 6 family members
• YOU MUST INCLUDE:
a representative drawing/printed picture and a description of the following family members:
1. PROTON 2. NEUTRON 3. ELECTRON 4. ION--negative anion (-) 5. ION--positive cation (+) 6. ISOTOPE





9/19-20
6 ppt
Periodic Table Organization LINK
13-14


Text 1 ?'s
15


Periodic Table Text 1
16
9/21-22
7 ppt
Text 2 ?'s
17


Periodic Table Text 2
18


Homework:
study for quiz next class period (bohr models, ion/isotope, period, family)




19-20
9/23-26
7ppt, 8




Homework:
Complete Periodic Table Summary using texts 1-4
1. Side 1 (large periodic table) Color code for metals/metalloids/nonmetals. create a key for the colors. Your key also should include a brief description of the properties of each class of element. See text 2 on p. 18 and the diagram on p. 17to help you with this
2. Complete the 6 periodic table sections on the back. For each table: Color the appropriate group/region/element. Complete the box below each mini periodic table. You will be adding the group/section name, briefly describing the properties, and identifying the number of valence electrons (DO NOT COMPLETE THE VALENCE ELECTRON INFORMATION FOR GROUPS 3-12) Use texts 3-4 on p. 19-20 to help with this part of the homework.





9/27-28
9 ppt
Periodic Table Text 3-4
19-20




9/29-10
10 ppt
Sesame Street Review Challenge

Review Stations:
Where Is It
Similar Properties
Similar Energy Levels
I've Got My "Ion" You
Unknown Elements
Cartoon Chemistry
21

22


Homework:
Complete station sheets.
Upcoming: Atomic Structure & Periodic Table test 10/6-7 Review Session: Tuesday, 10/4 Before and after school





10/3-4
11 ppt
Physical Properties and Physical Change Notes
23


Physical Properties Stations
Physical Properties Stations Answer Sheets
24




10/10-11
10/12-13
12 ppt
Chemical Change Lab data page
25

13
Chemical Change & Properties Notes

Homework:
Read 69D-76D Answer questions 1-5 on 76D
26




10/14, 19
14 ppt
Precipitate and pH Investigations
27


Chemical Change Quick Write
Compare physical changes to chemical changes. Make sure you define each. Cite evidence from the physical changes you saw in the physical properties stations and the chemical changes you saw in the labs to support your answer.
28


Homework:
Read 86D-91D
Answer ?’s: 1-6 on 91D
5, 11,19-21 on 102D

RETEST: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20

NOTEBOOK CHECK 10/20 A-DAY, 10/21 B-DAY
pages 11, 13-14, 15, 28





10/17-18

Bonding Notes -- see Bonding Blendspace for presentation
29


Bonding worksheet
30


Homework:
Notebook Check: 10/20 A day, 10/21 B day (pages 11, 13, 15, 28)





10/20-21
15
Identifying Unknown Substances
31


Physical or Chemical (pink sheet)





10/24-25
16
Identifying Unknown Substance Quick Write
32


Chemistry of Cookies
create a t-chart.
One side is: Physical Changes - describe the change, what type of physical change is it? (dissolving, shape change or change of state)
The other side is: Chemical Changes - describe the change, what is the evidence associated with this change (change in color or temperature, production of a gas or precipitate.
Complete the chart while viewing the video below:
http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-chemistry-of-cookies-stephanie-warren
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Homework:
Study for test next class period
**Study guide**