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:

7fyr11

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 2017

Learning Objectives

  • What activities make a larger carbon footprint?

Mon      5

  • Bell Ringer: What is meant by “carbon footprint?”
  • Calculate your carbon footprint (see Google Classroom)
  • Exploring Climate Change  - Due Today

Tue       6

  • Correct Exploring Climate Change
  • Review for Semester Final

Wed      7

  • Review for Semester Final

Thurs   8

Semester Test Schedule  

Physical Science is Block 3

Fri        9

Summer - Free vector graphics on Pixabay

May/June 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between Climate and Weather

Mon      22

Memorial Day

Tue       23

  • Bell Ringer: Study for test
  • Test Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • Vocabulary Chapter 17 Weather and Climate

Wed      24

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 518 List the mixture of gases in the atmosphere.
  • Climate Change Survey
  • Notes:  Chapter 17 Weather and Climate

Thurs    25

  • Bell Ringer: p. 530 What causes climate?
  • Go over Chapter 23 Test
  • Notes:  Chapter 17 Weather and Climate

Fri         26

  • Bell Ringer: p. 536 What human activities can affect the climate?
  • Exploring Climate Change
  • Notebooks Due

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Why do chemical reactions occur?

Mon      22

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • Due Practice #2

Tue       23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 746 #8-12
  • Due Practice #3
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

Wed      24

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 746 #13-17
  • Due Practice #4
  • Lab: Catalyzed reaction
  • Review for Test: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

Thurs    25

  • Bell Ringer: p. 747 #27
  • Review for Test: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

Fri         26

  • Bell Ringer: p. 889 #241, 242
  • Review for Test: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate how to balance a chemical formula

Mon      15

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • Go Over Chapter 22 Test Chemical bonds

Tue       16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 725  #1, 2
  • Eyes of Nye Nuclear Energy
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • Work on
  • Practice Sheets
  • Chapter 23 Vocabulary

Wed      17

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 725 #6
  • Lab: Fire Extinguisher

Thurs    18

  • Bell Ringer: p.730-733 List the types of chemical reactions
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • Due Practice #1
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 25 Chemical Reactions

Fri         19

  • Bell Ringer: p. 733 #1, 2
  • Quiz: Vocabulary Chapter 25 Chemical Reactions
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate how to write a chemical formula and chemical name.

Mon      8

Mid-

Quarter

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: finish section 3 review
  • Work on Practice Sheets

Tue       9

  • Bell Ringer:p. 714 #11-14
  • Review writing chemical names and formulas
  • Work on Practice Sheets

Wed      10

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 714 #15-18
  • Review for Test
  • Work on Practice Sheets

Thurs    11

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 22 Chemical Bonds
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 25 Chemical Reactions

Fri         12

  • Bell Ringer: List (5) examples of chemical reactions
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

May 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate how to write a chemical formula and chemical name.

Mon      1

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Presentations: Libby Legacy Project
  • Notes: Chapter 22 Types of Bonds
  • Counting Atoms

Tue       2

  • Bell Ringer:p. 696-7 Define ionic and covalent bonds
  • Notes: Chapter 22 Types of Bonds
  • Due: Counting Atoms

Wed      3

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 702 #2, 3, 5
  • Notes: Chapter 22 Naming Compounds
  • Work on
  • Writing Binary Compound Formulas
  • Formulas with Polyatomic Ions (#2)

Thurs    4

  • Bell Ringer: p. 714 #1-5
  • Notes: Chapter 22 Chemical Bonds
  • Due: Writing binary Compound Formulas (#1)

Fri         5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 714 #6-10
  • Notes: Chapter 22 Chemical Bonds
  • Quiz: Vocabulary Chapter 22 Chemical Bonds

April 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Explain what you can determine from a chemical formula.

Mon     24

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Work on Libby Legacy Project

Tue       25

  • Bell Ringer: What is the difference between vermiculite and asbestos?
  • Video: Libby and Minemata (complete)

Wed      26

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: What are 2 similarities between Libby and Minemata’s situations?
  • Due: Libby Legacy Project (at the beginning of class)
  • Presentations: Libby Legacy Project

Thurs    27

  • Bell Ringer: List the chemicals found in asbestos:
  • Presentations: Libby Legacy Project

Fri         28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 692 #2, 4
  • Notes: Chapter 22.1 Stability in Bonding
  • Activity: Counting Atoms

April 2017

Learning Objectives

  • How does asbestos affect the body?

Mon     17

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Finish Video: Kaboom
  • Go Over Chapter 19 Test
  • Introduce Libby Legacy Project

Tue       18

  • Bell Ringer: KW: Libby asbestos
  • Video: Libby and Minemata

Wed      19

Early Out

  • STEM field Trip: Libby Legacy Project

Thurs    20

  • Bell Ringer: Give 2 important facts you learned on the trip.
  • Video: Libby and Minemata
  • Work on Libby Legacy Project

Fri         21

  • Bell Ringer: Answer the learning objective
  • Work on Libby Legacy Project

April 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the characteristics of families found on the periodic table.

Mon     3

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 19 The Periodic Table
  • Due: Elemental Challenge

Tue       4

  • Bell Ringer: p. 602 #9-12
  • Review for Test
  • Due: Periodic Table Worksheet

Wed      5

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 602 #13-16
  • Review for Test
  • Due: Placing the Elements

Thurs   6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 603 #23, 25
  • Test: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table

Fri        7

  • Bell Ringer: What can cause explosions?
  • Video: Kaboom!
  • Due: Alien Periodic Table (extra credit)

March

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the characteristics of different families of the periodic table.

Mon     27

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Quiz: 25 Elements to Know
  • Due Today: Atomic Timeline - matching activity
  • Due tomorrow - Vocabulary
  • Work on Notebook Check - organize

Tue       28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 586-7 Define isotope and give an example
  • Crash Course: Chemistry #4
  • Due Today: Chapter 19 Vocabulary
  • Work on An Elemental Challenge
  • Work on Notebook Check - organize

Wed      29

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 587 #1-4
  • Notes: Periodic Table

Thurs   30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 602 #1-4
  • Due: An Elemental Challenge

Fri        31

  • Bell Ringer: p. 602 #5-8
  • Notes: Atomic Timeline
  • Quiz: Vocabulary Chapter 19
  • Due: Notebook

March

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the structure of the atom

Mon     20

Spring Equinox

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Mystery Envelope
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 19 Properties of the Atom

Tue       21

  • Bell Ringer: p. 579 draw and label the structures of an atom
  • Go Over Chapter 18 test
  • 25 Elements to Know - Due on Friday

Wed      22

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: overhead 19.1
  • Notes: Atomic Timeline

Thurs   23

  • Bell Ringer: p.583 #1-3
  • Due: Atomic Timeline

Fri        24

  • Bell Ringer: study for quiz
  • Notes: Atomic Timeline
  • Notes: Periodic Table

March

Learning Objectives

  • Distinguish between a chemical and physical property

Mon      13

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • QUIZ:  Chapter 18 Vocabulary
  • Demos/Notes: Conservation of Mass

Tue       14

  • Bell Ringer: p. 572 #1-5
  • Work on Chapter 18 Review
  • Notes/Review: Classification of Matter (Chapter 18)

Wed      15

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 572 #6-10
  • Due: Chapter 18 Review
  • Notes/Review: Classification of Matter (Chapter 18)

Thurs   16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 572 #11-15
  • Notes/Review: Classification of Matter (Chapter 18)

Fri        17

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

March

Learning Objectives

  • Distinguish between a substance and compound,  homogeneous mixture and a heterogeneous mixture

Mon      6

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Test: Chapter 11 Mirrors and Lenses
  • Lab: Distillation of Water

Tue       7

  • Bell Ringer: What occurs when water is “distilled?”
  • Notes: Classification of Matter (Chapter 18)

Wed      8

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 558 #1, 2
  • Lab: Mixtures

Thurs   9

  • Bell Ringer: p. 561 give examples of physical properties
  • Notes: Classification of Matter (Chapter 18)

Fri        10

  • Bell Ringer: p. 565 give examples of chemical properties
  • Notes: Classification of Matter (Chapter 18)

February/March

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between how light interacts with a mirror compared to a lens

Mon      27

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 11 Mirrors and Lenses
  • Work On: Chapter 11 Review
  • Due: Video Lab - Light and Color

Tue       28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 326 #6, 7
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 11 Mirrors and Lenses
  • Due: Chapter 11 Review

Wed      1

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 349 #26, 27
  • Review for test

Thurs   2

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

Fri        3

  • Bell Ringer: p. 552 Define substance, element
  • Work on:  Chapter 18 Vocabulary
  • Bill Nye: Matter  and worksheet

February 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between how light interacts with a mirror compared to a lens

Mon      20

  • President’s Day - No School

Tue       21

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Mirrors and Lenses
  • Complete Video Lab

Wed      22

  • Bell Ringer: p. 348 #6-9
  • Lab: Lenses and Images

Thurs   23

  • Bell Ringer: p. 349 #20, 21
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Light and Color
  • Due: Light and Lens Lab (at end of period)

Fri        24

  • Bell Ringer: p. 348 #10-13
  • Video Lab: Light and Color
  • Chapter Review

February 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the different properties of sound: amplitude and intensity, frequency and pitch

Mon      13

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Chapter 10 Quiz
  • Inside a Guitar
  • Cymatics
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Sound - amplitude and intensity

Tue       14

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  • Bell Ringer: p. 324 Draw a diagram showing the Doppler Effect.
  • anechoic chamber
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Sound - doppler effect
  • Lab: Sound

Wed      15

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: What does foam do to sound intensity?  Why?
  • Lab: Sound (complete and turn in)

Thurs   16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 327 give examples of opaque, translucent and transparent objects
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Reflection and Refraction of Light

Fri        17

  • Bell Ringer: p. 348 #1-4
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Mirrors, lenses and the eye
  • Video Lab: Mirrors and Lenses
  • Due: Chapter 11 Vocabulary

February 2017

Learning Objectives

  • What are differences between how sound and light energy is transferred?

Mon      6

  • No School

Tue       7

  • No School

Wed      8

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review Chapter 10

Thurs   9

  • Bell Ringer: What causes a solar eclipse?
  • Presenter: SPOT - Eclipse

Fri        10

  • Bell Ringer: draw the positions of the moon, sun and earth for a solar eclipse, lunar eclipse
  • Quiz: Chapter 10 Vocabulary and Wave Problems

January/February

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the relationship between wavelength, frequency and wave speed.

Mon     30

  • Bell Ringer: Copy agenda and learning objective.
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 10 Waves

Tue      31

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #7-11
  • Due: Chapter 10 Reinforcement
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 10 Waves

Wed     1

  • Bell Ringer: How does alcohol affect your brain?
  • Presentation: Alcohol and Driving

Thurs   2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 322 copy the decibel scale with at least 5 items
  • Review: Chapter 10 Waves

Fri        3

  • PIR - No School for Students

January

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the relationship between wavelength, frequency and wave speed.

Mon     23

  • Semester Finals

Tue      24

  • Semester Finals

Wed     25

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: overhead 10.2
  • Go over Lab: Wave Properties
  • Notes: 10.3 The behavior of waves

Thurs   26

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #1, 2
  • Lab: Wave Simulation

Fri        27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #3, 4
  • Due Today: Wave Simulation
  • Due Today: Chapter 10 Vocabulary

January 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the parts of a compressional and transverse wave

Mon     9

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Go do something kind for someone today

Tue      10

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective        
  • Notes: Wave Properties

Wed     11

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

Thurs   12

  • Bell Ringer: p. 299 #2
  • Review for Semester Final Test

Fri        20

  • Bell Ringer: p. 299 #6, 7
  • Review for Semester Final Test
  • Due: Notebooks

January 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Describe and give examples of transverse and compressional waves.

Mon     9

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review for test

Tue      10

  • Bell Ringer: p. 284-285 #1-6
  • Review for test

Wed     11

Early Out

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

Thurs   12

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

Fri        13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 293 #1, 2
  • Go over test
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the ways thermal energy is transferred.

Mon     2

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Finish Video Apollo 13 and correct worksheet
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Tue      3

  • Bell Ringer: p. 265 #3
  • Heat and Temperature Demos
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Wed     4

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 282 #1-4
  • Lab/Demo: Heating Curve of Water
  • Quiz: Heat and States of Matter Terms

Thurs    5

  • Bell Ringer: p. 282 #5-8
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Fri         6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 282 #10-13
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

December 2016

Learning Objectives

  • List 5 heat transfer events and 5 energy transformations you notice in the movie Apollo 13.

Mon   19

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Apollo 13

Tue     20

  • Bell Ringer: Give 2 details from the movie so far.
  • Apollo 13

Wed    21

  • Bell Ringer: Give 2 details from yesterday’s movie segment
  • Apollo 13

Thur   22

  • Bell Ringer: Would you want to be an astronaut?  Why or why not?
  • Apollo 13 - conclusion and discussion

Fri      23

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Learning Objectives

  • What is the difference between heat and temperature?

Mon   12

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes: Chapter 9 - Heat

Tue     13

  • Bell Ringer: overhead 9.1
  • Go Over Chapter 5 Test Energy

Wed   14

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 255 #1, 2
  • Heat Observation Lab

Thurs  15

  • Bell Ringer: p. 259 #1, 2
  • Notes: Chapter 9 - Heat
  • Heat Observation Lab (complete)

Fri      16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 257 Describe specific heat
  • Due: Chapter 9 Vocabulary
  • Notes: Chapter 9 - Heat

December 2016

Learning Objectives

  • How do you calculate mechanical energy?

Mon    5

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Due Reinforcement Chapter 5
  • Correct p. 880
  • Review for Test: Chapter 5 Energy

Tue     6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #24, 25
  • Video: Elementary Energy and Nuclear Energy

Wed   7

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 150 #1-4
  • Review for Test: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Due: Chapter 5 Review

Thurs  8

  • Bell Ringer: p. 150-151 #5-7
  • Review for Test: Chapter 5 Energy

Fri      9

  • Bell ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Notes/Vocabulary: Chapter 9 Heat

November/December

Learning Objectives

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

Mon    28

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Finish Video Flubber

Tue     29

  • Bell Ringer: p. 148 #11-12
  • Discuss Labs
  • Notes: Energy Transformations
  • KE and PE calculations

Wed   30

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #14
  • Notes/Review: Energy
  • Work on: page 880 practice problems

Thurs  1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #15-17
  • Notes/Review: Energy
  • Due: Page 880 practice problems

Fri      2

  • Bell ringer: p. 149 #22, 23
  • Review: Energy
  • Work on Chapter Review - due on Monday
  • Due: Chapter 5 Reinforcement

November 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Identify energy transformations for different scenarios.

Mon   21

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #21
  • Video: Flubber

Tue     22

  • Bell Ringer: Give at least 2 energy transformations from the video watched yesterday
  • Video: Flubber

Wed    23

Thanksgiving Break        

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Thurs  24

Fri       25

Learning Objectives

  • What factors affect Kinetic and Gravitational Potential Energy?

Mon   14

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Egg Drop Follow Up
  • A Day Made of Glass
  • Complete Lab (and turn in): Elastic Potential Energy (Sling-Shot)

Tue     15

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #3, 4
  • Roadrunner and Coyote: Energy Transformations
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Energy 

Parent Teacher Conferences

Wed    16

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 148 #1-3
  • Notes:  Chapter 5 Energy 

Parent Teacher Conferences

Thurs  17

  • Bell Ringer: p. 148 #4-6
  • Lab: Bouncing Balls (GPE)

Fri       18

  • Bell Ringer: p. 148 #7-10
  • Complete Lab (and turn in): Bouncing Balls

Learning Objectives

  • Identify forms of energy.

Mon   7

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Video: Chernobyl Uncensored

Tue     8

End of Quarter!

  • Bell Ringer: List at least 5 sources of energy 
  • Video: Chernobyl Uncensored
  • Notes:  Chapter 5 Energy

Wed    9

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 130-131 Define kinetic and potential energy
  • Notes: Kinetic and Potential Energy

Thurs  10

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

Fri       11

  • Bell Ringer: p. 131 Define Elastic Potential Energy and give an example
  • Lab: Elastic Potential Energy
  • Due: Chapter 5 Vocabulary                                        

October/November 2016

Learning Objectives

  • How do consumers affect the development of technology?

Mon    31

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Due Today: Care Package Self Evaluation

Tue     1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #1-7
  • Interview Presentations (extra credit opportunity)
  • Review for quiz
  • Due: Chapter 2 Review

Wed    2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #11-13
  • Review for Quiz

Thurs  3

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #14-16
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 5  Energy
  • Open Note Quiz: Science and Technology
  • Due: Notebooks - Quarter 1 Notebook Check

Fri       4

No School for Students

Teacher PIR day

October 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the criteria and constraints for the care package prototype

Mon    24

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Care Package project

Tue     25

  • Bell Ringer: Define prototype
  • Care Package project

Wed    26

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: List the three types of intellectual property
  • Due: Chapter 2 Vocabulary
  • Care Package project

Thurs  27

  • Bell Ringer: (none)
  • Drop Day
  • Evaluation Due on Monday

Fri       28

  • College Visit Day (9th grade class)

Learning Objectives

  • Identify Criteria and Constraints for a prototype.

Mon    17

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society
  • Who Contributes CO2? - Due on Wednesday

Tue     18

  • Bell Ringer: overhead 2.2
  • Who Contributes CO2? - Due on Wednesday
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society

Wed   19

  • Bell Ringer: p. 55 List examples of constraints
  • Due: Interview
  • Due: Who Contributes CO2?
  • Prep work for Care Package Prototype project

Thurs  20

No School

Montana Education Association Conference

Fri       21

No School

Montana Education Association Conference

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between science and technology.

Mon    10

  • Bell Ringer:  Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Go Over Test
  • Mini Research - Technology

Tue     11

  • Bell Ringer: What form of technology do you think has had the biggest impact? Explain.
  • $3.00 Summary

Wed    12

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 40 List the 4 forms of technology
  • Due: Mini Research on Technology
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society
  • Classroom Presentations

Thurs  13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 45 #3
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society
  • Shark Tank
  • Classroom Presentations

Fri       14

  • Bell Ringer: p. 44 List and describe the examples of technology shown here.
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society
  • Who Contributes CO2?
  • Reminder:  Interview - Due Wednesday, October 19th

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between science and technology.

Mon    3

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

Tue     4

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Wed    5

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: list items in the room that are here as a result of technology
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society
  • Discuss Interview - Due October 19th

Thurs  6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 40 What is a difference between science and technology?
  • Go Over Chapter 1 Test
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society

Fri       7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #8-10
  • Notes Chapter 2 Science, Technology and Society
  • Mini Research - Technology

September 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Explain density and how you determine the density of any object.

Mon    26

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Complete Density Lab
  • Work on Density Worksheet

Tue     27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 33 #23
  • Notes/Review: Density
  • Due: Density Worksheet and Density Lab

Wed    28

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 34 #1-4
  • Review Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Thurs  29

  • Bell RInger: p. 34-35 #5-8
  • Review Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Fri        30

  • Bell RInger: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Learning Objectives

  • Be able to calculate density of an object by water displacement.

Mon    19

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review: circle graphs and metric conversions
  • Activity: What’s My Graph
  • Have you turned in
  • P. 879 #1-10 + Online 20 question quiz?
  • Heart Rate Lab?

Tue     20

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #15-18
  • Notes: Density
  • Video: Buoyancy

Wed    21

  • Bell Ringer: p. 33 #27, 28
  • Due: What’s My Graph
  • Density Lab

Thurs  22

  • Bell RInger: p. 33 # 29
  • Density Lab

Fri        23

No School for Students (PIR for Staff)

Learning Objectives

  • Convert metric units.

Mon    12

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Activity: Metric Unit conversions

Tue     13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #1-5
  • P. 879 #1-10 - Due Wednesday
  • Due: Temperature Conversions

Wed   14

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: give SI units for length, mass, volume, density
  • Due: p. 879 #1-10
  • Lab: Heart Rate Lab

Thurs  15

  • Bell RInger: p. 32 #6-10
  • Lab: Heart Rate Lab (cont.)

Fri        16

  • Bell RInger: p. 13 #11-14
  • Due Today: Heart Rate Lab
  • Activity: What’s My Graph?

Learning Objectives

  • List the steps of the scientific method.
  • Differentiate between Estimation and Measurement.

Mon    5

Labor Day

Tue     6

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Lab Safety Policies
  • Scientific Method Lab: Hand vs Height (graph and discussion)

Wed   7

  • Bell Ringer: overhead 1.1
  • Quiz: Scientific Method
  • Lab: Estimation and Measurement

Thurs  8

  • Bell RInger: overhead 1.2
  • Due: Lab Safety Policies
  • Lab: Estimation and Measurement (cont.)

Fri        9

  • Bell RInger: p. 13 #2, 3
  • Due Today:
  • Estimation and Measurement Lab
  • Vocabulary
  • Google Classroom Survey
  • Temperature Conversion Activity

August/September

Learning Objectives

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

Mon    29

  • PIR (teachers and staff)
  • Open House (students and parents)

Tue     30

  • PIR (teachers and staff)

Wed    31

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

Thurs  1

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

Fri        2

  • Due Today:
  • Book Cover
  • Info Sheet
  • Quiz: Scientific Method
  • Scientific Method Lab -  Hand vs Height (graph)