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:

 enxviw

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

March 2019

Mon       18

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and complete the L.O. Identify the types of changes given in these examples
  • Notes/Review: Chemical and Physical Changes
  • Demos: Law of Conservation of Mass

Tue        19

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Identify types of chemical and physical properties, p. 572 #1-7
  • Quiz: Vocabulary - Classification of Matter
  • Notes/Review: Classification of Matter

Wed      20

  • Bell Ringer: L.O.  Explain how to separate a mixture of salt and sand.
  • Notes/Review: Classification of Matter
  • Due: Chapter 18 Review

Thurs    21

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

Fri         22

Half Day - Swags Day

March 2019

Mon       11

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and complete the L.O. Identify the difference between a substance and a mixture.
  • Go Over Test
  • Notes: Classification of Matter

Tue        12

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Identify and give examples of the two categories of substances.
  • Notes: Classification of Matter
  • Launch Lab: Distillation of Water

Wed       13

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Identify and give examples of heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures
  • Lab: Separating a Mixture
  • Lab Due: Distillation of Water

Thurs    14

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Identify and give examples of physical and chemical properties.
  • Notes: Physical vs Chemical properties and changes
  • Lab Due: Separating a Mixture

Fri         15

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Identify and give examples of physical and chemical changes.
  • Notes/Review: Classification of Matter
  • Due Today: Chapter 18 Vocabulary

March 2019

Mon       4

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and List 3 things you learned about Nikola Tesla
  • Video: Tesla

Tue        5

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Differentiate between alternating current and direct current (p. 442)
  • Due: p.884 #138-147
  • Quiz: Nikola Tesla
  • Reinforcement 13.1-13.2

Wed      6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 420 #5-7
  • Review for Test

Thurs    7

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Electricity

Fri         8

  • No School

February/March 2019

Mon       25

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and complete the L.O. What is an advantage of connecting lights in parallel vs series?
  • Notes: Electrical Energy
  • Practice Problems

Tue        26

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Be able to solve Ohm’s Law problems. p. 418 #1-6
  • Notes/Review: Electricity
  • Lab Due: Series and Parallel Circuits

Wed      27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 418 #7-12
  • Quiz: Electricity Vocabulary

Thurs    28

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. What happens to the current if resistance is increased?, p. 419 #21, 22
  • Video: Georg Ohm
  • Work on practice problems p. 884 #138-147

Fri         1

  • Bell Ringer:p. 420 #1-6
  • Video: Nikola Tesla

February 2019

Mon       18

Presidents Day - No School

Tue        19

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and complete the L.O. Describe how lightning works
  • Notes: Electric Charge
  • Diagram Lightning

Wed      20

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Answer yesterday’s L.O.
  • Notes: Electric Current
  • Lab: Conductors and Insulators

Thurs    21

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Describe how a battery works to produce a circuit  
  • Notes: Electrical Energy 

Fri         22

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Describe what resistance is.
  • Lab: Series and Parallel circuit
  • Due Today: Vocabulary Chapter 13 Electricity

February 2019

Mon       11

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and complete the L.O. Identify which lenses are needed for nearsighted and farsighted eyes
  • Review Chapter 11 Sound and Light        

Tue        12

  • Bell Ringer: p. 348 #8-11
  • Due Today: Chapter 11 Review

Wed      13

Early Out

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

Thurs    14

  • Bell Ringer: What do you know about electricity? L.O. What is static electricity?
  • Notes: Chapter 13 Electric Charge

Fri         15

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Describe some forms of static electricity
  • Notes: Chapter 13 Electric Current 
  • Bill Nye Electricity  and T/F worksheet

February 2019

Mon       4

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and complete the L.O. How are a concave mirror and a convex lens similar?
  • Correct Reinforcement 11.1-11.2
  • Video: lenses and mirrors

Tue        5

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. What is the difference between a real and virtual image?
  • Lab: Lenses and Images

Wed      6

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Why does a concave lens not project the image of an object?
  • Due: Lab - Lenses and Images

Thurs    7

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Identify the difference between light colors and pigment colors.  P. 348 #1-7
  • Notes/Activity: Color and Pigment

Fri         8

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. “A concave mirror and a concave lens work the same to produce an image.” Agree/Disagree/Why/Why not
  • Notes/Review: Lenses and light

January/February 2019

Mon       28

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and complete the L.O. Diagram and label the Doppler Effect
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 11

Tue        29

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Why does sound travel faster in warmer air? (p. 321)
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 11 - Reflection and Refraction of Light

Wed      30

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Explain the difference between translucent, transparent and opaque
  • Lab: Properties of Sound

Thurs    31

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Calculate speed, distance and time.
  • p. 326 #6, 7 (speed of sound at 0 degrees = 331m/s)
  • Lab: Properties of Sound (due at the end of class)

Fri         1

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Explain the index of refraction. (p. 329)
  • Due Today: Chapter 11 Vocabulary
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Mirrors, lenses and the eye

January 2019

Mon       21

No School - Martin Luther King Jr Day

Tue        22

  • Semester Finals

Wed       23

  • Semester Finals

Thurs    24

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. What causes sound? How does it travel?
  • Go Over Chapter 10 Test - Waves
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 11 Sound

Fri         25

  • Bell Ringer: L.O.
  • Notes/Vocabulary Chapter 11 Sound

January 2019

Mon       14

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda. “All waves are mechanical waves.” (agree/disagree/why/why not)
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 10 Waves

Tue        15

  • Bell Ringer: p. 314 #9-13
  • Quizizz: Waves - on Google Classroom
  • Correct Chapter 10 Review: Waves

Wed      16

EARLY OUT

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 10 Waves

Thurs    17

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Give an example of criteria and constraint for a new technology
  • Review for Semester Test

Fri         18

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Describe resonance and give an example
  • Review for Semester Test

January 2019

Mon       7

  • No School for Students

Tue        8

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective: What is the frequency of a wave?
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves
  • Complete and turn in Lab: Wave Properties

Wed      9

  • Bell Ringer: Learning Objective: Draw and label the parts of a transverse and compressional wave
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Wave Properties

Thurs    10

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Contrast - reflection, refraction, diffraction. A piece of glass can be used to show reflection, refraction and diffraction.  (Agree/disagree/why or why not)
  • Notes: Chapter 10 The Behavior of Waves
  • Notes/Review:  Waves

Fri         11

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Describe resonance and give an example
  • Quiz: Chapter 10 Vocabulary
  • Chapter Review: Waves

January 2019

Mon  Dec 31

Happy New Year

Tue        1

Wed      2

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Learning Objective and Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves
  • Go Over Test (Heat and States of Matter)

Thurs    3

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Differentiate between a transverse and compressional wave
  • Bill Nye: Waves
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves

Fri         4

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. How do you measure wavelength in a transverse wave? In a compressional wave?
  • Due: Chapter 10 Vocabulary Waves
  • Lab: Wave Properties

December 2018

Mon      17

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Review for test
  • Due Today: Chapter 9 Review

Tue       18

  • Bell Ringer: study for test
  • Test Chapter 9: Heat

Wed     19

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. List as many types of waves as you can
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves
  • Activity: Wave Simulation

Thurs   20

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. What causes a wave?
  • Activity: Wave Simulation - Due at the end of the period.

Fri        21

Half Day

Activity: “Merry Scientific Christmas”

Have a wonderful holiday.  See you in 2019!

December 2018

Mon      10

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective: What are the states of matter?
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat
  • Video: Temperature vs Heat

Tue       11

MidQuarter

  • Bell Ringer: p. 266 L.O. What are the ways in which energy is transferred?
  • Heat Demos
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat

Wed    12

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 270 #5
  • Heat Demos
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat

Thurs  13

  • Bell Ringer: p. 268 How do convection currents affect our climate?
  • Heating Curve Lab
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat

Fri       14

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. Why is it a good thing that water has a high specific heat?
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat
  • Quiz: Vocabulary - Chapter 9 Energy

December 2018

Mon      3

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Study for test
  • Test: Chapter 5 Energy

Tue       4

  • Bell Ringer: p. 256 L.O. What is heat?
  • Heat Observation Lab
  • Vocabulary Chapter 9 Heat - Due on Friday

Wed    5

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 255-257 L.O. What is temperature and thermal energy?
  • Heat Observation Lab Day 2

Thurs  6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 258 Write the equation for Change in Thermal Energy
  • Go Over Test
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat

Fri       7

SWAGS Day

  • Bell Ringer: p. 257 Describe Specific Heat. Give the specific heat of water
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat
  • Due: Vocabulary - Chapter 9 Energy

November 2018

Mon      26

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective = “What happens to KE and PE of an object as it is falling?”
  • Finish Video Flubber and correct question worksheet
  • Work on:
  • P. 880 questions
  • Bouncing Ball lab graph

Tue       27

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #23-25
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Work on Lab
  • Due today: page 880 questions - at end of period

Wed     28

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: Does Flubber violate the law of conservation of energy?
  • Review for test
  • Due Today: Bouncing Ball lab + graph

Thurs  29

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

Fri       30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 151 #1=4
  • Review for test: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Test on MONDAY: Chapter 5 Energy

November 2018

Mon      19

  • Bell Ringer: p. 149 #21, 22
  • Video and Questions: Flubber

Tue       20

  • Bell Ringer: What is Flubber?
  • Video and Questions: Flubber

Wed      21

Thurs    22

Fri         23

November 2018

Mon     12

  • Bell Ringer: Copy weekly agenda and Learning Objective
  • Lab: Elastic Potential Energy

Tue       13

Parent/Teacher Conferences

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #5-7
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Reinforcement 5.1-5.2
  • Due: Lab - Elastic Potential Energy (Sling Shot)

Wed     14

Early Out

Parent/Teacher Conferences

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

Thurs  15

  • Bell Ringer: p.148 #6-9
  • Quiz: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Energy

Fri       16

  • Bell Ringer: p.148 #10-12
  • Due: Reinforcement 5.1-5.2
  • Lab: Gravitational Potential Energy

November 2018

Mon      5

  • Bell Ringer: Copy weekly agenda and Learning Objective
  • Open Note Quiz: Science, Technology and Society
  • Video: A day made of glass
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 5 Energy

Tue       6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 128-129 list 5+ sources of energy
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 5 Energy - Due Tuesday 13th
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Energy

Wed     7

Early Out

College Visit to FVCC in Kalispell

Thurs  8

  • Bell Ringer: p. 133 #1, 2
  • Notes: Chapter 5 Energy

Fri       9

  • Bell Ringer: p.133 #3
  • Lab: Elastic Potential Energy

October/November 2018

Mon      29

  • Bell Ringer: Copy weekly agenda and Learning Objective
  • Complete Care Package profit score sheet and reflection (in journal)

Tue       30

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #1-5
  • Due Today: Complete Care Package profit score sheet and reflection (in journal)
  • Work On: Who Contributes CO2?

Wed     31

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #6-10
  • Due at the end of the period: Who Contributes CO2?
  • Notes/Review Science, Technology and Society

Thurs  1

  • Bell Ringer: p. 62 #11-16
  • Shark Tank
  • Notes/Review Science, Technology and Society

Fri       2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 64 #1-5
  • Open Note Quiz: Science, Technology and Society

October 2018

Mon      22

  • Bell Ringer: Copy weekly agenda and Learning Objective
  • Design and Build Care Package Prototype

Tue       23

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Design and Build Care Package Prototype
  • Due Today: Interview Technology over Time

Wed     24

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Test Drop: Care Package Prototype

Thurs  25

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Revise and Rebuild

Fri       26

  • Bell Ringer:
  • Drop Day

October 2018

Mon     15

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Finish Presentations (Mini-Research on Technology)
  • Due: $3.00 Summary
  • Work on Notes Science, Technology and Society

Tue      16

  • Bell Ringer: p. 45 #1
  • Notes: Science, Technology and Society

Wed    17

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. How are your technology needs different than a family in a developing country?
  • Notes: Science, Technology and Society
  • Introduce Care Package

Thurs  18

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Fri       19

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

October 2018

Mon      8

  • Bell Ringer: Copy weekly agenda and Learning Objective
  • Mini-Research - Technology

Tue       9

  • Bell Ringer: What is the most important Pro and Con of your technology?
  • Mini-Research - Technology

Wed    10

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 39 answer the caption question
  • Go Over Test
  • Work on Mini-Research

Thurs  11

  • Bell Ringer: p. 38 Explain the outfit in the picture
  • Work on Mini-Research

Fri       12

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

October 2018

Homecoming Week

Mon   1

  • Bell Ringer: Copy weekly agenda and Learning Objective
  • Density Column
  • What’s My Graph - due at the end of the period

Tue    2

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #15-17, 27
  • Review for Test

Wed    3

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 33 #24
  • Review for Test

Thurs  4

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

Fri       5

  • Bell Ringer: List forms of technology you see in the classroom.
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science and Technology

SEPTEMBER 2018

Mon   24

  • No School for Students

Tue    25

  • Bell Ringer: What do you know about viruses?
  • Bacteriophage Discovery Lab - day 2

Wed    26

  • Bell Ringer: Explain why we are looking for “kill zones”
  • Bacteriophage Discovery Lab - day 3

Thurs  27

  • Bell Ringer: Best and the worst (of the phage discovery lab)
  • Discuss: Bacteriophage Lab
  • Practice Circle Graphs        

Fri       28

  • Bell Ringer: p. 23-26 When would you use a line graph, circle graph, bar graph?
  • Graphing Activity: What’s my Graph? - Due on Monday

SEPTEMBER 2018

Mon   17

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Heart Rate Lab - Due Today
  • Density Lab

Tue    18

  • Bell Ringer: L.O. How do you find the density of a liquid?
  • Density Lab
  • Due Today: Density Worksheet

Wed    19

Early Out

  • Bell Ringer: p. 19 Give the densities of 6 items in table 3
  • Density Lab- Due Today

Thurs  20

  • Bell Ringer: KWL - Viruses
  • BRIC visit  - Dr Pedulla

Fri       21

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #18
  • Beakman’s World - Google Classroom.  List 25 Facts

SEPTEMBER 2018

Learning Objectives

  • Give the basic metric units for length, mass, volume and density.

Mon    10

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Complete Hand span vs Height Lab
  • Metric units

Tue    11

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #11-14
  • Heart Rate Lab

Wed    12

  • Bell Ringer: p. 879 #1-4
  • BRIC survey
  • Graph Heart Rate Lab - Due today

Thurs  13

  • Bell Ringer: Name 3 very dense objects and 3 objects with low density
  • Density Lab

Fri       14

No School - Teacher Inservice

SEPTEMBER 2018

Learning Objectives

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

Mon    3

LABOR DAY

Tue     4

  • Bell Ringer: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Complete Estimation & Measurement Lab
  • Due: Chapter 1 Vocabulary
  • Work on notes

Wed    5

  • Bell Ringer: Differentiate between quantitative and qualitative data
  • Lab: Activity: Temperature Conversions
  • Quizziz: Scientific Method - Due Friday

Thurs  6

  • Bell Ringer: p. 24 Where on a graph do you put the Independent Variable?  The Dependent Variable?
  • Lab: Hand Span vs Height
  • Due: Temperature Conversions

Fri       7

  • Bell Ringer: p. 32 #1-10
  • Lab: complete Hand Span vs Height (graph)
  • Quiz: Scientific Method and Metric conversions
  • Quizziz - Scientific Method

August 2018

Mon      27

  • (Teacher In-Service)

Tue       28

Welcome Back to School!

  • Bell Ringer:
  • What do you like most about science?
  • Copy Agenda
  • Google Classroom Survey – Due on Friday!
  • Classroom Policies
  • Journals
  • Scientific Method

Wed     29

  • Bell Ringer: List the (7) steps of the scientific method
  • Lab Safety Policy - Due Friday
  • Gyrocopters

Thur     30

  • Bell Ringer: What is Science all about?  What might a scientist study?
  • Notes/Vocabulary: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Fri        31

  • Bell Ringer: p. 4 Define Inference and give 2 examples
  • Notes: Chapter 1  The Nature of Science
  • Work On: Chapter 1 Vocabulary
  • Due Today: Google Classroom Survey
  • Due Today: Lab Safety Policy