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Physical Science Bell Work Physical Science 8/18/14 Day 1 Agenda Bell work Science Syllabus Social contract Intro to Unit I Bell Question Describe yourself in one word.
Physical Science 8/19/14 Day 2 Class Agenda Metric Measurement lesson (notes) and conversion practice Bell Question What are three base units in the metric system?
Physical Science 8/20/14 Day 3 Class Agenda Social Contracts and nonverbal signs Metric Mania Conversion Practice E.L.O. Bring in empty, clean plastic drink containers for 5 points each
Bell Question Do the following metric conversions: 1 km = _____ m 1 m = ______ cm 1 l = _______ ml Physical Science 8/21/14 Class Agenda Measurement Pre-Test Volume Lab Reminders: Turn in Writing Meters, Liters
and Grams and Metric Mania Conversion Practice worksheets E.L.O. Bring in empty, clean plastic drink containers for 5 points each Day 4 Bell Question: Our classroom temperature is 73 degress F. Roughly estimate that temperature in degrees Celsius. Physical Science
8/22/14 Day 5 Class Agenda: Measurements with a triple beam balance Bell Question: What is the upside-down bubble that forms when you put water in a glass or plastic container?
Reminders: E.L.O. Bring in clean plastic bottles for 5 points each Physical Science 8/25/14 Metric Mania English Metric Conversions worksheet Chapter 2 Section 1 Review (page 44) questions 1-7 Day 6 No bell question - sub
Physical Science 8/26/14 Measuring Length in Metric Day 7 Convert 10 cm to inches Physical Science 8/27/14 Day 8 Class Agenda:
Metric English Equivalents worksheet Finding Densities Bell Question: Convert the following metric units: 1000ml to l 500 ml to l 10 ml to l Physical Science 8/28/14
Day 9 Class Agenda: Finding Densities Lab Bell Question: What is the formula for density? Physical Science 9/2/14 Day 10 Class Agenda:
Weather Data Finding Densities Data Properties of Matter Turn in Daily Science Logs Bell Question: If an object is less dense than water, will that object sink or float?
Day 11 Class Agenda: Weather Data Notes on States of Matter and Classifying Matter 1.1.1 Study Sheet: Its Elementary Bell Question: Why do scientists take more than one measurement and find an average when doing an investigation?
Physical Science 9/4/14 Class Agenda: Weather Data Notes on Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter Chapter 2 Review (due 9/5) Section 1 pg 44 #1-6 * already done Section 2 pg 48 Practice #1-3 Section 2 pg 52 #1,2,5 & 6 Section 3 pg 58 #1
Day 12 Bell Question: Is salt water a compound or a mixture? Physical Science 9/5/14 Class Agenda: Weather Data Notes on Chemical Properties of Matter Chapter 2 Review (due 9/5) Section 1 pg 44 #1-6 * already done Section 2 pg 48 Practice #1-3
Section 2 pg 52 #1,2,5 & 6 Section 3 pg 58 #1 Science Friday Video Day 13 Bell Question: List at least four physical properties of matter. Physical Science 9/8/14 Day 14
Class Agenda: Weather Data Atomic Structure notes and practice Ice melts at 0oC. Is that a physical or chemical property of water? Physical Science 9/9/14 Day 15
Class Agenda: Weather Data More on Atomic Structure electron orbitals Bell Question: Mg is Atomic Number 12 and has a Mass Number of 24.305. How many protons, neutrons and electrons does Mg have? Physical Science 9/10/14
Day 16 Class Agenda: Weather Data Notes on the Periodic Table Bell Question: How many electrons can each energy level of an atom hold? 1st _____ 2nd _____ 3rd ______ Physical Science 9/11/14
Day 17 Class Agenda: Weather Data Finish Notes on the Periodic Table Finish and turn in BOTH atomic structure worksheets for the week Reminder: Seniors and anyone planning to graduate this year meet in Mr. Carollas room at 1:35 today.
Bell Question: Hydrogen has three isotopes: Protium 1 H, Deuterium 2H and Tritium 3H. Hydrogen is Atomic Number 1. How many neutrons are there in each isotope? Physical Science 9/12/14 Day 18 Class Agenda:
Weather Data Finish notes on the Periodic Table Chapter 4.1 Study Guide Science Friday Bell Question: Name at least three properties of metals that distinguish them from nonmetals. Physical Science 9/15/14
Day 19 Class Agenda: Weather Data Notes on Representative Groups of the Periodic Table Finish 4.1 Worksheet and turn in Bell Question: As you move from left to right across the periodic table, do the elements become more metallic or less metallic?
Physical Science 9/16/14 Day 20 Class Agenda: Weather Data Gak Lab Finish notes on Representative Groups Turn in Daily Science Log Bell Question: How many
valence electrons do each of the elements in Group IA have? Physical Science 9/17/14 Day 21 Class Agenda: Get a new Daily Science Log Weather Data Notes on Representative Groups and Bonding
Bonding Basics Ionic Bonds worksheet Bell Question: What is a polymer? Physical Science 9/18/14 Day 22 Class Agenda: Weather Data A few more notes on Ions
and Ionic Bonding Drawing Electron Dot Configuration (Lewis Dot) Diagrams Work on worksheets for the week Bell Question: How many valence electrons do the halogens have? Physical Science 9/19/14
Day 23 Class Agenda: Weather Data Ionic bonding finish worksheets for the week Science Friday Note check on Monday for a grade. All notes are posted on my web page Bell Question: Show the electron dot configuration for the reaction Na + O Na2O
Physical Science 9/22/14 Day 24 Class Agenda: Weather Data Notes and Practice Naming Ionic Compounds Bell Question: Find the product of the following reaction: Mg + O --->
Physical Science 9/23/14 Day 25 Class Agenda: Weather Data Bell Question: No bell, sub Finish Binary Ionic Compounds worksheet
Physical Science 9/24/14 Day 26 Class Agenda: Weather Data Writing and Naming Binary Ionic Compounds Worksheet Bell Question: No bell, sub Physical Science
9/25/14 Day 27 Class Agenda: Weather Data 6.1 and 6.2 Study Guide Bell Question: No bell, sub Physical Science 9/26/14 Day 28
Class Agenda: Weather Data Hunting the Elements video Bell Question: No bell, sub Physical Science 9/29/14 Day 29 Class Agenda: Weather Data
Fill in missed agendas Finish all work Midterm Exam on Friday Bell Question: When writing a chemical formula for an ionic compound, which comes first, the anion (negative) or cation (positive)? Physical Science 9/30/14 Day 30
Class Agenda: Weather Data Graph weather data for the month Practice writing chemical formulas for ionic compounds and metric conversions Reminder: Midterm Friday Bell Question: How many valence electrons will Cu(II) lose? How about Cu(III)
Physical Science 10/1/14 Day 31 Class Agenda: Weather Data Start a new sheet for October Get a new Daily Science Log Metric Conversion and Ionic Compounds review Reminder: Midterm Exam on Friday
Bell Question: Write the chemical formula for Lead(IV) Chloride. Physical Science 10/2/14 Day 32 Class Agenda: Weather Data Review for Midterm Get your work done!
Reminder: Midterm Exam tomorrow! Bell Question: Write the name of the ionic compound CuCl3 Physical Science 10/3/14 Day 33 Class Agenda: Weather Data Midterm exam
Finish and turn in any missing work! Bell Question: Write the chemical formula for Aluminum fluoride. Physical Science 10/6/14 Day 34 Class Agenda: Weather Data
Finish/Correct Midterm Exam Hunting the Elements, cont Bell Question: Ionic bonds form when electrons are transferred/shared (pick one) Physical Science 10/7/14 Day 35 Class Agenda:
Weather Data Hunting the Elements Bell Question: No Bell - sub Physical Science 10/8/14 Day 36 Class Agenda: Weather Data Covalent Bonding Notes Covalent Bonding Practice
Bell Question: How many valence electrons does Carbon have? Physical Science 10/9/14 Day 37 Class Agenda: Weather Data Naming Compounds Tutorial and Worksheet
Bell Question: Covalent bonds form when atoms transfer/share (pick one) electrons Physical Science 10/10/14 Day 38 Class Agenda: Weather Data Naming Ionic Compounds
that have Polyatomic Ions Go Fish for an Ion Game Bell Question: What is a polyatomic ion? Physical Science 10/13/14 Day 39 Class Agenda: Weather Data Review Ionic Compounds
Go Fish for an Ion game Bell Question: Write the correct formula for: 1. Calcium Hydroxide 2. Sodium Carbonate 3. Ammonium Hydroxide Physical Science 10/14/14 Day 40 Class Agenda:
Weather Data Naming Compounds Tutorial and Worksheet Turn in your Daily Science Log Bell Question: If a metal combines with a nonmetal, the compound is molecular/ionic (pick one) Physical Science 10/15/14
Day 41 Class Agenda: Get a new Daily Science Log Weather Data 7.1 Describing Chemical Reactions Notes 7.1 and 7.2 study guide due Friday Bell Question: The Law of Conservation of Mass states that matter can not be ______ or _______
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