Ms Rose                 Physical Science

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                 293-8802 Ext.  #1948

            roser@libbyschools.org

Textbook Online Resources:

http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0078685540/

Google Classroom Code:

 1ygkdn

BRIC Survey

Bonus point Opportunities:

  • Current Issue in Science = 2 pts each (up to 4/quarter)

Quizzes

  • Students have one week to retake any quiz
  • Retake Quiz score will be averaged together with original quiz score
  • Only improved scores will be recorded

June 2018

Mon        4

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Review for Semester Finals

Tue         5

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Review for Semester Finals

Wed        6

  • SEMESTER FINALS

Thurs     7

  • SEMESTER FINALS

Fri          8

May/June 2018

Mon        28

Memorial Day

Tue         29

  • Bell Ringer: p. 746 #8-10
  • Due Today (at end of class): Precipitate Lab
  • Chemical Reactions Review

Wed        30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 746 #11-15
  • Due Today: Chemical Reactions Worksheet #4
  • Review for Test

Thurs     31

  • Bell Ringer: p. 746-747 # 17, 26, 27
  • Review for Test

Fri          1

  • Bell Ringer: study for the test
  • TEST: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

May 2018

Mon        21

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Test
  • Lab: Fire Extinguisher

Tue         22

  • Bell Ringer: p. 733 #1, 6
  • Notes: Reaction Rates and Energy
  • Practice Chemical Reaction Equations

Wed        23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 733 #7
  • Go Over Lab
  • Due: Fire Extinguisher Lab
  • Notes/Review Chemical Equations

Thurs     24

  • Bell Ringer: p. 746 #8-12
  • Lab: Precipitates
  • Due: Notebook Check

Fri          25

No School for students

May 2018

Mon        14

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda
  • Chapter 22 Review

Tue         15

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test Chapter 22 Chemical Bonds
  • Vocabulary Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

Wed        16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 720 Define chemical reaction, products, reactants
  • Notes: Chemical Equations

Thurs     17

  • Bell Ringer: p. 725 #1, 2
  • Go Over Test
  • Notes: Types of Chemical Equations

Fri          18

  • No School

May 2018

Mon        7

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda p. 716 #1-4
  • Chapter 22 Review packet - due Thursday

Tue         8

  • Bell Ringer: p. 715 #21
  • Presentations

Wed        9

  • Bell Ringer: p. 716-717 #5-8
  • Presentations

Thurs     10

  • Bell Ringer: formula practice
  • Review for Chapter 22 Test
  • DUE today: Chapter 22 Review Packet

Fri          11

  • No School

April/May 2018

Mon        30

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda, chemical compound name practice
  • Work on Presentations

Tue         1

  • Bell Ringer: Formula practice
  • Work on Presentations

Wed        2

  • Bell Ringer: “What I know about phages…”
  • BRIC Lab day #1

Thurs    3

  • Bell Ringer: 3-2-1
  • BRIC Lab day #2
  • Presentations Due

Fri          4

  • No School

April 2018

Mon        23

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda, what do you already know about Libby’s asbestos/vermiculite legacy?
  • Libby Legacy project discussion
  • Video: Libby/Minemata

Tue         24

  • STEM Day - Libby Legacy

Wed        25

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: List 3 new things you learned during the STEM day
  • Work on Presentations

Thurs     26

  • BRIC presentation
  • KWL: viruses/phages

Fri          27

  • Bell Ringer: List 3 takeaways from yesterday’s presentation
  • Work on Presentations

April 2018

Mon         16

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 22 Writing formulas and names of compounds        
  • Work on: Naming binary compounds        

Tue         17

  • Bell Ringer: p. 714 #1-5
  • Notes/Review Chemical Bonds
  • Due: Writing Formulas (#1)

Wed        18

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: p. 714 #6-10
  • Video: Chemical Bonds

Thurs     19

  • Bell Ringer: p. 714 #11-14, 32
  • Work on: Writing Formulas and Names
  • Due: Naming Binary Compounds (#2)

Fri          20

  • Bell Ringer: p. 714 #15-18
  • Review: Chemical bonds, writing and naming compounds
  • Due: Naming Non-binary Compounds (#3)

April 2018

Mon         9

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda, List as many explosions as you can
  • Go Over the Test (Chapter 19)
  • Video: Kaboom

Tue         10

  • Bell Ringer: Give 3 details from yesterday’s video
  • Video: Kaboom

Wed        11

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: Name ten compounds
  • Notes: Chapter 22.1 Stability in Bonding
  • Assignment: Counting Atoms

Thurs     12

  • Bell Ringer: p. 689 What all does a chemical formula tell you?
  • Notes: Chapter 22.2 Types of Bonds
  • Due Today: Counting Atoms

Fri          13

  • Bell Ringer: What is the difference between a covalent and ionic bond?
  • Due Today: Chapter 22 Vocabulary
  • Notes: Chapter 22.3 Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds
  • Practice - Writing Formulas (Table 1)

April 2018

Mon         2

No School - Easter Break

Tue          3

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and p. 602 #5-8
  • Notes/Review: Half-life and Periodic Table
  • Alien Periodic Table - Extra Credit - Due on Friday
  • P. 887 problems #201-210

Wed         4

  • Bell Ringer: p. 602 #9-13
  • Due: P. 887 problems #201-210
  • Notes/Review: Atoms and the Periodic Table

Thurs       5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 602 #10-16, 25
  • Review for test

Fri            6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 604 #1-6
  • Due Today: Alien Periodic Table
  • Last day to retake 25 Element Quiz
  • Test: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table

March 2018

Mon         26

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and L.O.find the number of neutrons 
  • Notes: Timeline and Periodic Table
  • Match Up Activity

Tue          27

Last day of Quarter 3

  • Bell Ringer: p. 587 #5
  • Notes: Periodic Table

Wed         28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 602 #1-4
  • Video: Crash Course Chemistry #4

Thurs       29

  • Bell Ringer: study for quiz
  • Due: Elements to Know and Vocabulary
  • Quiz: 25 Elements to Know

Fri            30

No School - Easter Break

March 2018

Mon         19

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and L.O. is salt water a mixture or substance?  Why?
  • Review for Test  Classification of Matter

Tue          20

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test Chapter 18 Classification of Matter

Wed         21

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: p. 579 Draw and label a diagram of the atom
  • Mystery Envelope
  • Atomic Timeline

Thurs       22

  • Bell Ringer: overhead 19.1
  • Go Over Chapter 18 Test
  • Work on Atomic Timeline
  • Elements to Know

Fri            23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 583 #1-3
  • Work on Periodic Table
  • Due: Atomic Timeline                                

March 2018

Mon         12

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and p. 553 List the uses for the 6 metals
  • Lab: Distillation of Water

Tue          13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 572 #1-5
  • Lab: Separation of a Mixture
  • Due: Chapter 18 Review

Wed         14

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: p. 572 #6-10
  • Due: Lab Separation of a Mixture
  • Review for test

Thurs       15

  • Bell Ringer: p. 572 #11-14
  • Correct Chapter Review
  • Quiz: Chapter 18 Vocabulary

Fri            16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 572 #15-17, 19
  • Bill Nye: matter

March 2018

Mon         5

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Study for the test
  • Test: Chapter 13 Electricity

Tue          6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 552 Define substance, element
  • Notes: Classification of Matter  Chapter 18
  • Work on Chapter 18 Vocabulary - Classification of Matter

Wed         7

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: Differentiate between a substance and a compound.
  • Go Over Test: Chapter 13 Electricity
  • Notes: Classification of Matter  Chapter 18

Thurs       8

  • Bell Ringer: What happens when water is distilled?
  • Notes: Classification of Matter  Chapter 18
  • Lab: Distillation of Water

Fri            9

  • Bell Ringer: p. 558 #1, 2
  • Notes: Classification of Matter  Chapter 18
  • Quiz: Chapter 18 Vocabulary

February/March 2018

Mon         26

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Complete Notes: Chapter 13 Electricity
  • Correct p. 884 practice problems

Tue          27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 418 #10-13
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 13 Electricity
  • Lab:  series and parallel circuits

Wed         28

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: p.418-9 #14, 18, 21
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 13 Electricity
  • Due: Review Chapter 13 Electricity

Thurs       1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 419 # 22-25
  • Review for test: Chapter 13 Electricity

Fri            2

  • Bell Ringer: What is the purpose of and difference between a fuse and a circuit breaker?
  • Review for test (on Monday): Chapter 13 Electricity

February 2018

Mon         19

President’s Day

No School

Tue          20

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 13.1 Electrical Charge and Lightning
  • Lab:  Identifying insulators and conductors

Wed         21

  • Bell Ringer: p.418 #7-9
  • Notes: Chapter 13.2 Electric Current
  • Due: Reinforcement 11.1-2

Thurs       22

  • Bell Ringer: p. 418 #1-3
  • Quizziz homework - posted on Google Classroom
  • “Electricity” Problems p. 884 #138-151

Fri            23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 418 #4-6
  • Due Today: Electricity Problems p. 884 #138-151
  • Crash Course Electricity

February 2018

Mon         12

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective: For what is Tesla known?
  • Video: Tesla (cont.)
  • Test corrections

Tue          13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 393 Identify the “law of conservation of charge”
  • Notes: Chapter 13.1 Electrical Charge and Lightning

Wed         14

  • Bell Ringer: p. 397 List the steps in the formation of lightning
  • Notes: Chapter 13.2 Electric Current

Thurs       15

  • Bell Ringer: p. 400 What is electric current?
  • Notes: Chapter 13.2 Electric Current
  • Due Today: Chapter 13 Vocabulary Electricity

Fri            16

No School

February 2018

Mon         5

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review: Chapter 11 Sound and Light
  • Complete and Turn In: Virtual Lab - Light and Color
  • Exit Ticket: Pitch vs Loudness

Tue          6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 348 #8-12
  • Review: Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Wed         7

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 348 #13, 14, 26, 27
  • Review for the test

Thurs       8

  • Bell Ringer: study for the test
  • Test: Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Fri            9

  • Bell Ringer: “What I know about electricity…”
  • Notes: Chapter 13: Electricity

January/February 2018

Mon         29

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective: Differentiate between pitch and loudness 
  • Notes: 11.2 - Reflection and Refraction of Light
  • Due: Vocabulary Chapter 11

Tue          30

  • Bell Ringer: Give examples of opaque, translucent and transparent objects
  • Notes: 11.3 - Mirrors, Lenses and the Eye
  • Due: BRIC permission slips
  • Video: lenses, mirrors and light
  • Reinforcement: 11.3

Wed         31

  • Bell Ringer: Describe the difference between a concave and a convex lens.
  • Virtual Lab: Light and color
  • Notes: 11.4 Light and Color

Thurs       1

  • Bell Ringer: Differentiate between nearsightedness and farsightedness
  • Notes/Review Chapter 11 Light and Color
  • Lab: Light and lenses

Fri            2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 348 #1-7 L.O. Differentiate between color light and pigments
  • Notes/Review Chapter 11 Light and Color

January 2018

Mon         22

(Semester Tests)

Tue          23

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Chapter 10 Test on waves
  • Work on Chapter 11 Vocabulary and Notes Sound and Light

Wed         24

  • Bell Ringer: p. 322 Draw the decibel scale including at least 6 items
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Sound

Thurs       25

  • Bell Ringer: p. 324 Draw the Doppler Effect
  • Lab: Sound

Fri            26

  • Bell Ringer: How are intensity and loudness related?
  • Notes: Chapter 11 - Reflection and Refraction of light
  • Due Today: Sound Lab - complete and turn in
  • Due Monday: Chapter 11 Vocabulary

January 2018

Mon           15

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

No School

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

Tue           16

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Study for Test
  • Test: Waves - Chapter 10

Wed          17

  • Bell Ringer: List the steps of the scientific method
  • Review for Final

Thurs        18

  • Bell Ringer: Explain density and how to calculate the density of an object.
  • Review for Final
  • Notebooks Due!

Fri             19

(Semester Tests)

January 2018

Mon           8

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective
  • Video: Waves 
  • Due: Wave Properties Lab

Tue            9

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #1-4
  • Lab: Wave Simulations
  • Due: Chapter 10 Vocabulary  Waves

Wed          10

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #5-8
  • Complete Wave Simulation Lab
  • Review for Test

Thurs        11

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #9-12
  • Review for Test

Fri             12

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #12-16
  • Test: Chapter 10 Waves

January 2018

Mon           1

Tue            2

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and Learning Objective
  • Learning Objective: What is a wave?
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves

Wed           3

  • Bell Ringer: overhead 10.1
  • Notes:  Chapter 10 Waves

Thurs        4

  • Bell Ringer: p. 295 Define the period and frequency of a wave
  • Lab: Properties of waves

Fri              5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 299 #6, 7
  • Notes: Chapter 10.3 The behavior of waves
  • Due: Lab - Properties of Waves

December 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Define and give an example of entropy.

Mon           18

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and the Learning Objective
  • Go over Chapter 9 test
  • Video: Apollo 13

Tue            19

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Video: Apollo 13

Wed           20

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Video: Apollo 13
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Thurs        21

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Fri              22

½ Day

  • Bell Ringer: (none)
  • “Merry Scientific Christmas”

December 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Give examples of conduction, convection and and radiation.

Mon           11

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and the Learning Objective
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Tue            12

  • Bell Ringer: Give an example of conduction, convection and radiation
  • Notes/Review Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Wed           13

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 284 #1-4
  • Review for Test

Thurs        14

  • Bell Ringer: study for the test
  • Test Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Fri              15

  • Bell Ringer: List as many waves as you can think of.
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves

December 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe and give examples of how thermal energy is transferred.

Mon           4

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and the Learning Objective
  • Reinforcement: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Tue            5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 257  List the specific heat of the materials in Table 1
  • Professor Miller - Heat Demos
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Wed           6

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 265 #3, 4
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter
  • Due: Reinforcement Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Thurs        7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 270 #5
  • Lab: States of Matter

Fri              8

  • Bell Ringer: p. 282 #1-6
  • Complete and Turn in Lab: States of Matter
  • Review Worksheet: Chapter 9

November/December 2017

Learning Objectives

  • What is the difference between heat, thermal energy and temperature?

Mon           27

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and the Learning Objective
  • Complete/Take Chapter 5 Test
  • Notes and Vocabulary Chapter 9

Tue            28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 255 Define temperature
  • Heat Observation Lab

Wed           29

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 256-7 Define thermal energy and heat
  • Go Over Chapter 5 Test
  • Complete Heat Observation Lab

Thurs        30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 258 Write the equation for Change in Thermal Energy
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Heat
  • Discuss Lab

Fri              1

  • Bell Ringer: study for quiz
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Heat
  • Due Today: Chapter 9 Vocabulary
  • Quiz: Chapter 9 Vocabulary        

November 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Explain energy transformations.

Mon           20

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and the Learning Objective
  • Review for Test

Tue             21

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 5  Energy

Wed           22

Eat Pumpkin

Thur           23

Fri              24

November 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Explain how the mechanical energy of a system does not change.  Give an example.

Mon           13

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Work on Reinforcement Worksheet        
  • Due: Lab - Bouncing Balls Elastic and GPE

Tue            14

Parent/Teacher

Conferences

  • Bell Ringer: p. 148 #4-7
  • Due: Reinforcement Worksheet
  • Practice Problems p. 880

Wed           15

Parent/Teacher

Conferences

  • Bell Ringer: p. 148 #8-12
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Due (@EOC): Practice Problems p. 880

Thurs        16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #14
  • Review: Chapter 5 Energy

Fri              17

  • College Visit                                                        

November 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Identify forms of potential energy

Mon    6

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Complete and Turn In: Elastic Potential Energy Lab

Tue     7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #5
  • Notes: Chapter 5: Conservation of Energy

Wed    8

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #6
  • Notes: Chapter 5: Conservation of Energy
  • Due: Chapter 5 Vocabulary

Thurs  9

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #7
  • Lab: Bouncing Balls Elastic and Gravitational PE

Fri      10

  • Bell Ringer: p. 148 #1-3
  • Due (@ end of class): Lab - Bouncing Balls Elastic and GPE

October/November 2017

Learning Objectives

  • What is the Law of Conservation of Energy?

Mon   30

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Correct: Who Contributes CO2?
  • Shark Tank episode Scrub Daddy

Tue    31

  • Bell Ringer: p. 128-129 List 5+ sources of energy
  • A Day made of Glass
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Energy

Wed    1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #1, 2
  • Notes: Kinetic and Potential Energy

Thurs  2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #4
  • Lab: Elastic Potential Energy
  • Notes: Kinetic and Potential Energy
  • Due Today: Notebook

Fri       3

  • PIR - no school for students

October 2017

Learning Objectives

  • In what ways do you influence technology?

Mon  23

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Interview Presentations (optional)
  • Assignment: Who Contributes CO2?
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

Tue    24

  • Bell Ringer: (none today)
  • Drop Day: Care Package Prototype
  • Reflection paper

Wed   25

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 64 #1-5
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology
  • Due Today: Reflection Paper and Score Sheet
  • Interview Presentations (optional)

Thurs 26

  • Bell Ringer: p. 65 #13
  • Due Today: “Who Contributes CO2?

Fri      27

SWAG day

  • Bell Ringer: study for quiz
  • Quiz: Science and Technology (open note)

October 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Be able to define prototype, criteria and constraints.

Mon  16

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Test Drop: Care Package Prototype
  • Work on Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

Tue    17

  • Bell Ringer: p.
  • Due Today: Interview - How technology has changed
  • Prototype revisions
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

Wed   18

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology
  • Reflection Paper
  • Interview Presentations (optional)

Thurs 19

  • No School

Fri      20

  • No School

October 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Be able to define prototype, criteria and constraints.

Mon   9

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Presentations: Mini-Research - Technology

Tue    10

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #1, 8, 9
  • Presentations: Mini-Research - Technology
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

Wed   11

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 55, 56 Define constraint, prototype
  • Discuss Care Package Prototype
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

Thurs 12

  • Bell Ringer: Identify the criteria for the care package
  • Work on Care Package Prototype

Fri      13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #4, 5, 6
  • Work on Care Package Prototype
  • Test Drop on Monday
  • Final Drop on Wednesday

October 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between science and technology

Mon   2

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over test
  • Discuss Technology Mini Research
  • Discuss Technology over time Interview - Due Tue October 17th

Tue    3

  • Bell Ringer: p. 40 How is technology different than science?
  • Technology Mini Research

Wed   4

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 40 List and describe the 4 types of technology
  • Technology Mini Research

Thurs 5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 44 list and describe each type of technology listed
  • Due Today: Technology Mini-Research
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

Fri      6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 45 #1
  • Presentations: Mini-Research
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

September 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the type of graph to use for a given type of data

Mon   25

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Correct Density worksheet and lab
  • Finish up Density Challenge

Tue     26

  • Bell Ringer: p. 34 #6-9
  • Circle Graphs
  • “What’s My Graph?”

Wed    27

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 33 #25
  • Due: “What’s My Graph?”
  • Review for Test: The Nature of Science

Thurs 28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 34 #27-29
  • Review for Test: The Nature of Science

Fri      29

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • TEST: The Nature of Science

September 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe how to find the density of an object.

Mon    18

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Lab: Density

Tue    19

  • Bell Ringer: Describe how to find density of a small rock
  • Due Today: Density Worksheet
  • Lab: Density

Wed   20

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #12-15
  • Due Today: Density Lab
  • Graphs - What’s My Graph? Due on Monday

Thurs 21

  • Bell Ringer: p. 34 #1-5
  • Discuss Density Lab
  • Circle Graphs
  • QUIZ: vocabulary, scientific method, conversions...

Fri       22

Teacher PIR - No school for students

September 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Be able to make conversions using metric units.

Mon    11

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Metrics and metric conversions
  • Correct: Measurement Lab
  • Work on: Quizizz assignment

Tue     12

  • Bell Ringer: p. 16 #1, 2
  • Due Today: Quizizz Assignment (on Google Classroom)
  • Notes: Metrics and metric conversions
  • Assignment: Temperature Conversions

Wed   13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 879 #1-4
  • Lab: Heart Rate

Thurs 14

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #1-4, 9, 10
  • Due Today: Temperature Conversions
  • Lab: Heart Rate

Fri       15

  • Bell Ringer: study vocabulary for the quiz
  • Due Today: Lab Heart Rate
  • Quiz - Vocabulary and Metric conversions

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between estimation and measurement. Know the basic metric units for length, mass, volume and density.

Mon    4

Labor Day - No School

Tue     5

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Discuss: Scenarios - The Scientific Method
  • Lab: Estimation and Measurement

Wed    6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #5,6,7,8,11
  • Notes: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science
  • Discuss: Scenarios - The Scientific Method

Thurs 7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 24 Which axis is used for the independent and dependent variables on a graph?
  • Notes: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Fri       8

  • Bell Ringer: p.13 #2, 3
  • Due:Lab Estimation and Measurement
  • Due: Chapter 1 Vocabulary

August/September 2017

Learning Objectives

  • In what ways did you use the scientific method this summer?

Mon   28

  • PIR (teachers and staff)

Tue     29

Welcome Back to School!

  • Bell Ringer: Describe one way you used the scientific method this summer
  • Classroom Policies
  • Scientific Method Lab: Hand vs Height

Wed    30

  • Bell RInger: Generate a list of  at least 10 things scientists do
  • Lab Safety Policies
  • Scientific Method Lab - Hand vs Height (cont.)

Thurs  31

  • Bell Ringer: List the steps of the scientific method
  • Scientific Method Lab -  Hand vs Height (graph)
  • Quiz: Scientific Method

Fri        1

  • Bell Ringer:  Which step of the scientific method is the most important?  Why?
  • Due Today: Beginning of the Year Survey
  • Due: Scientific Method Lab - complete and turn in