Weekly outline

  • 22 December - 28 December

    Winter Vacation No School

    • 29 December - 4 January

      Winter Vacation No School

      • 5 January - 11 January

        • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

        • Identify the x and y axis on a graph

        • Describe the relationship between the independent and dependent variable and how it relates to parts on a graph

        • Make cause and effect connections based on data

        • Create graphs

        • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

           

           

           Monday

           

        NO SCHOOL: TEACHER INSTITUTE DAY


        Tuesday

        Bell Ringer: What are you academic and behavioral expectations this semester? What are your expectations for me as a teacher?

        Activities: 1. Review Class Rules and Expectations 2. Science Signature Game

        Homework:  N/A

        Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

        Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


        Wednesday

         

        SNOW DAY


        Thursday

         

        SNOW DAY


        Friday

         

        SNOW DAY

         

        • 12 January - 18 January

          • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

          • Identify the x and y axis on a graph

          • Describe the relationship between the independent and dependent variable and how it relates to parts on a graph

          • Make cause and effect connections based on data

          • Create graphs

          • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

             

             

             Monday

             

            Bell Ringer: Brain Game

          • What are you academic and behavioral expectations this semester? What are your expectations for me as a teacher?

            Activities: 1. Review Class Rules and Expectations 2. Science Signature Game

            Homework:  Element Crossword Puzzle due on Wednesday

            Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

          Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


          Tuesday

          Bell Ringer: How to Construct a Line Graph

          Activities: 1. identifying various types of Graphs 2. Graphing practice #8

          Homework:  Data representation due on 1/15

          Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

          Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


          Wednesday

          Bell Ringer: How to construct a Line Graph question

          Activities: 1. Graphing practice#7

          Homework: data representation WS due on 1/15

          Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

          Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


          Thursday

          Activities: 1. Graphing Quiz

          Homework:  Define chapter 5 key terms

          Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

          Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


          Friday

          ALL SCHOOL TESTING

           

          • 19 January - 25 January

            • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

            • Identify the x and y axis on a graph

            • Describe the relationship between the independent and dependent variable and how it relates to parts on a graph

            • Make cause and effect connections based on data

            • Create graphs

            • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

            • Measure distance and determine force

               

               

               

               Monday

              MLK holiday: No School


            Tuesday

            Bell Ringer: Newton’s Race

            Activities: 1. Newton’s Race Lab

            Homework:  complete definitions on chapter 5

            Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

            Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

             


            Wednesday

            Activities: 1. Complete Newton’s Race Lab  

            Homework:  complete analysis and conclusion questions

            Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

            Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


            Thursday

            Bell Ringer: Define gravity, force, inertia, and Newtons

            Activities: 1. Newton’s Race Data sharing 2. Make graph of data

            Homework: Ch. 5 crossword due on Monday 1/26

            Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

            Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

             


            Friday

            Bell Ringer: 25 minutes of silent reading

            Activities: 1. Lesson 20: What is force?

            Homework:  Chapter 5/Force crossword puzzle due on Tuesday 1/26

            Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

            Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

             

            • 26 January - 1 February

              • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

              • Describe force and give examples in nature

              • Apply newton’s laws to every day examples

              • State newton’s three laws of force

              • Identify the four forces found in nature

              • Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              • Identify the x and y axis on a graph

              • Describe the relationship between the independent and dependent variable and how it relates to parts on a graph

              • Make cause and effect connections based on data

              • Create graphs

              • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

              • Measure distance and determine force

                 

                 

                 Monday

                Bell Ringer: What is inertia?

                Activities: Computer Lab (flipped classroom) 1.Reveiw Lesson 20: What is Force? 2. Force Notes on Moodle

                Homework:  Force Test on 2/11

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Tuesday

              Bell Ringer: What are the four forces of nature? Give an example of each.

              Activities: 1. Review Lesson 20     2. Begin Balloon Rockets Demostratiobn

              Homework:  complete definitions on Force

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               


              Wednesday

              Bell Ringer: What force causes a rocket to go into the air?

              Activities: 1. Demonstration of “Balloon Rocket Lab” 2. Begin Balloon Rocket Lab  

              Homework:  Chapter 5 word search due on Thursday

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Thursday

              Bell Ringer: Newton's Third law bell ringer question

              Activities: 1. Force Quiz

              Homework:  Third law WS due on Friday

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               


              Friday

              Bell Ringer: Review commonly missed quiz questions.

              Activities: Computer Lab: Newton's Law Webquest

              Homework: Force retake on 2/5

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               

            • 2 February - 8 February

              • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

              • Describe force and give examples in nature

              • Apply newton’s laws to every day examples

              • State newton’s three laws of force

              • Identify the four forces found in nature

              • Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              • Identify the x and y axis on a graph

              • Describe the relationship between the independent and dependent variable and how it relates to parts on a graph

              • Make cause and effect connections based on data

              • Create graphs

              • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

              • Measure distance and determine force

                 

                 

                 Monday

                SNOW DAY: NO SCHOOL


              Tuesday

              Bell Ringer: George Washington Carver sub searching article.

              Activities: 1. Graphing Roundtable

              Homework:  How can you see an atom? sub-searching article due 2/4/15

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               


              Wednesday

              Bell Ringer: Computer Lab

              Activities: 1. Computer Lab :Newton's Law Webquest

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Thursday

              Bell Ringer: What is segregation?

              Activities: 1. Teaching Tolerance: Freedom Riders video and question worksheet 2. Force quiz retake / SSR for 30 minutes.

              Homework:  Reminder Force test is on 2/11

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               


              Friday

              Activities: Computer Lab 1. Complete Newton's Laws Webquest

              Homework:  Study for Force Test 2/11

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               

            • 9 February - 15 February

              • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

              • Describe force and give examples in nature

              • Apply newton’s laws to every day examples

              • State newton’s three laws of force

              • Identify the four forces found in nature

              • Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              • Identify the x and y axis on a graph

              • Describe the relationship between the independent and dependent variable and how it relates to parts on a graph

              • Make cause and effect connections based on data

              • Create graphs

              • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

              • Measure distance and determine force

                 

                 

                 Monday

                Selma Movie Field trip

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Tuesday

              Bell Ringer: Force test overview

              Activities: 1.Percy Julian sub- searching 2. freedom riders video and questions (10 minute) Will complete video and questions on Thursday 2/19

              Homework:  Study for Force and Graphing test

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               


              Wednesday

              Force and Graphing Test


              Thursday

              PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES

               


              Friday

              NO SCHOOL

               

            • 16 February - 22 February

                • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

                • Describe force and give examples in nature

                • Apply newton’s laws to every day examples

                • State newton’s three laws of force

                • Identify the four forces found in nature

                • Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

                • Identify the x and y axis on a graph

                • Describe the relationship between the independent and dependent variable and how it relates to parts on a graph

                • Make cause and effect connections based on data

                • Create graphs

                • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

                • Measure distance and determine force

                   

                   

                   Monday

                President’s Day: No School


                Tuesday

                Bell Ringer: Review Force and Graphing Test

                Activities: 1. make test sheet

                Homework:  Lesson 17: What is energy? due on Friday 2/20

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

                 


                Wednesday

                Bell Ringer: Force and Graphing Test Retake

                Activities: 1. Test Retake  

              • Homework:  Lesson 17: What is energy? due on Friday 2/20
              • Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil
              • Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                Thursday

                Bell Ringer: "What is energy?"

                Activities: 1. Energy notes  2. Balloon Car demonstration

                Homework:  Look for common household items (as described on the worksheet that will work best in the construction of your balloon car)

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                Friday

                Bell Ringer: Begin making “Balloon Cars”

                Activities: 1. Balloon Cars

                Homework:  Look for common household items (as described on the worksheet that will work best in the construction of your balloon car)

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

            • 23 February - 1 March

              Learning Standards: State Goal 11:A. State Goal 13A and 13B

               

              • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

              • Define energy

              • Apply newton’s laws to every day examples

              • Identify the seven forms of energy

              • Plan blueprints of balloon cars

              • Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              • Make cause and effect connections based on data

              • Create graphs

              • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

              • Measure distance and determine force

                 

                 

                 Monday Objectives: Define energy and identify the seven forms of energy. Plan blueprints of balloon cars. Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              • MP1,MP2,MP5, MP6,MP7,MP8

                Activities: 1. Potential and kinetic energy notes 2. Balloon Car demo

                Homework:  1. Look for common household items (as described on the worksheet that will work best in the construction of your balloon car) 2. note quiz on Friday 3. Tentative date for energy test will be on Friday, 3/6/15

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Tuesday Objectives: Solve construction errors based on practice demo runs of 2-wheel car. Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              MP1,MP2,MP5, MP6,MP7,MP8

              Bell Ringer: Review Force and Graphing Test

              Activities: 1. Balloon Cars

              Homework:  :  Look for common household items (as described on the worksheet that will work best in the construction of your balloon car) 2. Tentative date for energy test will be on Friday, 3/6/15

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               


              Wednesday   Objectives:  Solve construction errors based on practice demo runs of 2-wheel car.Make cause and effect connections based on data/observations. Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws.

              MP1,MP2,MP5, MP6,MP7,MP8

              Activities: 1. Build Balloon Cars    

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Thursday

              Objectives:  SWBAT

              Solve construction errors based on practice demo runs of 2-wheel car.

              Make cause and effect connections based on data/observations.

              Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws.

              Adapt current design.

              MP1,MP2,MP5, MP6,MP7,MP8

              Activities: 1. Building Balloon Cars

              Homework:  Look for common household items (as described on the worksheet that will work best in the construction of your balloon car)

               

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Friday

              Bell Ringer: “Balloon Cars”

              Activities: 1. 2-wheel balloon car evaluations 2. Complete Balloon Car analysis questions  3. Begin Lesson 18

              Homework: Lesson 18: What are potential and kinetic energy?due on Friday 3/5

              2. energy test will be 3/10

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

            • 2 March - 8 March

              Learning Standards: State Goal 11:A. State Goal 13A and 13B

               

              • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

              • Define energy

              • Apply newton’s laws to every day examples

              • Identify the seven forms of energy

              • Plan blueprints of balloon cars

              • Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              • Make cause and effect connections based on data

              • Create graphs

              • Gather data and use information to construct a line graph

              • Measure distance and determine force

                 

                 

                 Monday

                NO SCHOOL


              Tuesday

              SCHOOL TESTING


              Wednesday   SCHOOL TESTING


              Thursday

              Objectives: Create a moving object using principles of Newton’s 3 laws

              MP1,MP2,MP3,MP5, MP6,MP7,MP8

              Bell Ringer: Give an example of potential energy converting into kinetic energy

              Activities: 1. Balloon Car Races (first 15 minutes of class) 2. Bill Nye: Energy Video

              Homework: Energy Quiz on 3/9.  Lesson 18 due on Friday. ENERGY Test on Tuesday 3/12

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Friday:

              Friday: Objectives  SWBAT

              • Identify the seven forms of energy

              • Analyze examples of the seven forms of energy

              • Review energy conversions

              • Use technology in order to complete energy web quest

              • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

              Activities: 1. Computer Lab: Energy web quest

              Homework: Energy quiz 3/9.  Study for Energy Test 3/12

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

            • 9 March - 15 March

              • Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

              • Define energy

              • Apply newton’s laws to every day examples

              • Identify the seven forms of energy

              • Define kinetic and potential energy

              • State examples of the seven forms of energy

              • Demonstrate knowledge of potential and kinetic energy through everyday examples

              Monday SWBAT

              • Identify the seven forms of energy

              • Analyze examples of the seven forms of energy

              • Review energy conversions

              • Use technology in order to complete energy web quest

              • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

              Activities: 1. Energy Quiz. 2. Computer Lab: Energy web quest

              Homework: Study for Energy Test 3/12

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Tuesday  SWBAT

              • Identify the seven forms of energy

              • Analyze examples of the seven forms of energy

              • Review energy conversions

                Activities: 1. Bill Nye: Energy video 2. Lesson 19: How does energy change form?

                Homework: Lesson 18 due on Wednesday

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                Wednesday   

                Activities: Review for energy test. Students will make their own "test"

                Homework: Study for energy test 3/12

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

                 


              Thursday

              Activities: Energy Test

              Homework:  elements, compounds and molecules WS due on 3/13

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


              Friday

              SWBAT

              analyze groups and families of the periodic table

              Distinguish element characteristics and identify everyday uses and examples of periodic elements

              MP1,MP2, MP5, MP8

              Bell Ringer: Computer Lab

              Activities: 1. Periodic table in Pictures Lesson

              Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

              Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               

               

            • 16 March - 22 March

                • Learning Standards: State Goal 11:A. State Goal 13A and 13B

                   

                  Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

                  • Define oxidation, reduction, reducing and oxidizing agent

                  • Gather and evaluate data in order to determine if an oxidation-reduction reaction as taken place

                  • Create a graph of collected data

                  •  Identify independent and dependent variables

                  • Construct a hypothesis

                  • Analyze data; prove or disprove hypothesis by using data

                    Monday

                  • SWBAT : Define oxidation, reduction, reducing and oxidizing agent

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: Review tests and worksheets from last week. –In class assignment: Define the following vocab: oxidation, reduction, combustion, decay, oxidizing agent, reducing agent, half-reaction, corrosion, denature.

                    Homework: complete vocabulary

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                  • Tuesday    Obj: Define oxidation, reduction, reducing and oxidizing agent

                  • Gather and evaluate data in order to determine if an oxidation-reduction reaction as taken place

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Oxidation Notes. 2. Chapter 17 crossword puzzle

                    Homework: Chapter 17 vocabulary crossword Puzzle

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                    Wednesday   

                  • Obj: Gather and evaluate data in order to determine if an oxidation-reduction reaction as taken place

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1.  Note-check quiz (check for understanding) 2. Lesson 25: What is oxidation?

                     Homework:  Lesson 25 due Thursday

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

                     


                    Thursday

                  • Obj: Gather and evaluate data in order to determine if an oxidation-reduction reaction as taken place

                  • Create a graph of collected data

                  •  Identify independent and dependent variables

                  • Construct a hypothesis

                  • Analyze data; prove or disprove hypothesis by using data

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Steel Wool and Vinegar Reaction Lab

                    Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                    Friday

                  • SWBAT Obj: Gather and evaluate data in order to determine if an oxidation-reduction reaction as taken place

                  • Create a graph of collected data

                  •  Identify independent and dependent variables

                  • Construct a hypothesis

                  • Analyze data; prove or disprove hypothesis by using data

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Vocabulary Quiz 2. Complete graph and analysis questions

                    Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

               

               

            • 23 March - 29 March

                  • Create an advertisement based on elemental data

                  • Gather and evaluate element information for project

                  • Investigate research information pertaining to their assigned element

                  •  Reorganize research information and construct a poster 

                    Monday

                    SWBAT : Investigate research information pertaining to their assigned element

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: Computer Lab: Begin “Adopt-an-Element” project

                    Homework: complete “Fact Sheet”

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                    Tuesday       Obj: Define oxidation, reduction, reducing and oxidizing agent

                  • Identify physical and chemical changes

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Oxidation-Reduction Review 2. Lesson 22: physical and chemical changes 3. Review note quiz

                    Homework: Study for Test 3/25

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                    Wednesday   

                    Obj: Gather and evaluate element information for project

                  •  Create an advertisement based on elemental data

                  • Reorganize research information and construct a poster 

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Complete the Adopt An Element Fact sheet. 2. Begin poster board “Adopt-an-Element” project

                     Homework: Study for Test 3/25

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

                     


                    Thursday

                    Obj: Gather and evaluate element information for project

                  •  Create an advertisement based on elemental data

                  • Reorganize research information and construct a poster 

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Oxidation-Reduction Test

                    Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                    Friday

                    SWBAT Obj: Gather and evaluate element information for project

                  •  Create an advertisement based on elemental data

                  • Reorganize research information and construct a poster 

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. complete Adopt An Element Fact Sheet.

                    Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

            • 30 March - 5 April

                  • Create an advertisement based on elemental data

                  • Gather and evaluate element information for project

                  • Investigate research information pertaining to their assigned element

                  • Reorganize research information and construct a poster 

                    Monday

                  • SWBAT : Create an advertisement based on elemental data

                  • Reorganize research information and construct a poster 

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. http://m.worldstarhiphop.com/android/video.php?v=wshh841xNCgJz4KlP1NT: How to build a capacitor for your cell phone when an outlet is not available     2. Review tests and worksheets from last week. 3. Students will be working on the “Adopt-An Element” poster.

                  • Homework: Create a slogan

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                    Tuesday         Obj: Gather and evaluate element information for project

                  • Investigate research information pertaining to their assigned element

                  • Reorganize research information and construct a poster 

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. complete poster. Begin preparing for presentations.

                    Homework: Complete poster

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                    Wednesday   

                  • Obj: Create an advertisement based on elemental data

                  • Gather and evaluate element information for project

                  • Investigate research information pertaining to their assigned element

                    MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Adopt-An-Element Presentations

                     Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com

                     


                    Thursday                

              • SWBAT: Tell the class important facts that were researched based on their element

                MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                Activities: 1. Presentations

                Homework:  N/A

                Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                Web Resources: www.chem4kids.com


                Friday

                Good Friday: No School

               

               

              • 6 April - 12 April

                NO SCHOOL: SPRING BREAK

                • 13 April - 19 April

                  •  

                    Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

                    • Describe a chemical reaction by using a word equation and a formula equation.

                    • Relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical reaction

                    • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                    • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                    Monday

                    SWBAT : Mathematically balance chemical equations

                    • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                    • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Bell Ringer: Identify examples of elements and compounds

                    Activities: 1. Balancing Chemical equation notes

                    Homework: complete PowerPoint practice problems.  Quiz on 4/16

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                    Tuesday         

                    • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                    • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                    • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Balancing Act Practice WS

                    Homework: Complete in class assignment.

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                    Wednesday  

                    Objectives:  

                      • Describe a chemical reaction by using a word equation and a formula equation.
                      • Relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical reaction

                      • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Interpreting chemical word equations practice.

                     Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                    Thursday                

                    • SWBAT: Describe a chemical reaction by using a word equation and a formula equation.

                    • Relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical reaction

                    • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                    • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                        •   MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                    Activities: 1. Open Note Quiz. Quiz is based on the information presented in notes, not actually balancing equations.

                    Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                    Friday

                  • Mathematically balance chemical equations
                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                  Activities: 1. Teaching Leaders: students that have at least 90% accuracy will work with a small group (2-3 students) focusing on following the steps, working on examples.

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                • 20 April - 26 April

                  Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

                   

                  • Describe a chemical reaction by using a word equation and a formula equation.

                  • Relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical reaction

                  • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                  • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                  Monday

                  SWBAT : Mathematically balance chemical equations

                  • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                  Activities: 1. Teaching Leaders: students that have at least 90% accuracy will work with a small group (2-3 students) focusing on following the steps, working on examples.

                  Homework: Study for quiz on 4/22. Test on 4/24

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                   


                  Tuesday         

                  • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                  • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                  Activities: 1. Balancing Equations Gallery Walk

                  Homework: Study for quiz on 4/22. Test on 4/24

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                   

                  Wednesday  

                  Objectives:  

                  • Relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical reaction
                    • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                  Activities: 1. Balancing Chemical Equations Quiz. Will review quiz answers in class.

                   Homework:  Study for Test on 4/24.

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                   


                  Thursday                

                  • SWBAT: Describe a chemical reaction by using a word equation and a formula equation.

                  • Relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical reaction

                  • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation

                  • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                  • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                  Activities: 1. Balancing Equations Test Review Sheet.

                  Homework:  Study for your test!

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                  Friday

                  • Describe a chemical reaction by using a word equation and a formula equation.
                  • Relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical reaction
                  • Write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate conservation of mass to the balanced equation
                  • Mathematically balance chemical equations
                  •  MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                  Activities: 1. Balancing Equations Test

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                   Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                   

                   

                • 27 April - 3 May

                        • Learning Standards: State Goal 11:A. State Goal 13A and 13B

                           

                          Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

                       

                          • Name covalent compounds

                          • Define elements and compounds

                          • Distinguish between elements and compounds

                          • Identify covalent compounds

                          • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                      Monday

                      Activities: 1. Black holes and wormholes video and questions. ( in preparation of “Interstellar” movie)

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                      Tuesday         

                      Activities: Baltimore Discussion.

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                      Wednesday   

                          • Obj: Name covalent compounds

                          • MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                      Activities: 1. Naming Ionic Compounds “Gallery Walk - Stations”

                       Homework:  N/A

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                       


                      Thursday                

                          • SWBAT: Identify covalent compounds

                        •   MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                      Activities: 1.Complete “Station-Gallery Walk.”

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                      Friday

                        • Use technology to research chemical compounds with the same formula

                        •   MP1,MP5,MP7,MP6

                      Activities: 1. CH2O Web quest

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                             Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                • 4 May - 10 May

                    • Learning Standards: State Goal 11:A. State Goal 13A and 13B

                       

                      Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT) Students will be able to investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology. And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.

                   

                      • Name covalent compounds

                      • Define elements and compounds

                      • Distinguish between elements and compounds

                      • Identify covalent compounds

                      • Mathematically balance chemical equations

                  Monday

                  Activities: 1. Computer Lab : CSI investigation web quest

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                  Tuesday         

                  Activities: Build a Hover Craft

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                  Wednesday   

                  Activities: Build a hover craft

                   Homework:  N/A

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                   


                  Thursday                

                  Activities: 1.Build a hover craft

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                  Friday

                  Activities: 1. Computer Lab: CSI web quest

                  Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                  Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                  • 11 May - 17 May

                      • Learning Standards: State Goal 11:A. State Goal 13A and 13B

                         

                        Week’s Objective: Students will be able to (SWBAT)

                      • Investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology.
                      •  And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.
                      • Identify reactants and products
                      • Evaluate how a chemical reaction relates to the conservation of mass

                    Monday

                    Activities: 1. Computer Lab : CSI investigation web quest

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                    Tuesday         

                    Activities: Build a Hover Craft

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                    Wednesday   

                    Activities: Build a hover craft

                     Homework:  N/A

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                     


                    Thursday                

                    Activities: 1. Computer Lab: CSI web quest

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                    Friday

                      • Identify reactants and products
                      • Evaluate how a chemical reaction relates to the conservation of mass

                    Activities: 1. Reviewing Chemical Reactions.  

                    Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                    Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                    • 18 May - 24 May

                        • Investigate and understand the relationships among science and technology.
                        •  And be an active participant of scientific inquiry.
                        • Identify reactants and products
                        • Evaluate how a chemical reaction relates to the conservation of mass
                        • Balance chemical equations using coefficients
                        • Identify properties of acids
                        • Identify properties of bases

                       

                      Monday

                        • Identify reactants and products
                        • Evaluate how a chemical reaction relates to the conservation of mass

                      Activities: 1. Chemical Reactions review

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                      Tuesday     

                        •     Balance chemical equations using coefficients

                      Activities: Complete chemical reactions review

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                      Wednesday   

                      Activities: 1. Answer analysis questions for “Hovercraft” 2. Make adjustments to hovercraft

                       Homework:  N/A

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

                       


                      Thursday                

                      Activities: 1. Demonstrate hovercraft movement.  2. Hovercraft races.

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com


                      Friday

                        • Identify properties of acids
                        • Identify properties of bases

                      Activities: 1. What are acids? WS  2. What are bases? WS  

                      Materials:  Binder,notebook, pen/pencil

                      Web Resourceswww.chem4kids.com

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