Ms Rose                 Advanced Physical Science

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 293-8802 Ext.  #1948

roser@libbyschools.org

Textbook Online Resources:

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

Bonus point Opportunities:

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

BRIC SURVEY - Spring

 http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1948677/Cohort-2-Spring

Quizzes

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

MAY/JUNE

Learning Objectives

  • Is there a correlation between global warming and carbon dioxide increase? Explain

Mon    30

Memorial Day

Tue     31

  • Warm-Up: List the greenhouse gases
  • Exploring Climate Change (Online)

Wed    1

  • Exploring Climate Change (Online)

Thurs  2

  • Review for Final
  • Due: Online Activity: Exploring Climate Change

Fri        3

  • Review for Final

MAY

Learning Objectives

  • What is the difference between weather and climate?

Mon    23

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Pre-survey: Weather and Climate
  • Notes: Weather and Climate

Tue     24

  • Warm-Up: p. 518 What is the composition of the atmosphere?
  • Notes: Weather and Climate

Wed    25

  • Warm-Up: p. 519-520 Define Troposphere, Latent Heat
  • Carbon Cycle diagram
  • Notes: Weather and Climate

Thurs  26

  • Warm-Up:  p. 532 What is the difference between a maritime and continental climate?
  • Notes: Weather and Climate
  • Due: Carbon Cycle Diagram

Fri        27

  • Warm-Up: p. 544 #2-4, 11-13
  • Due: Vocabulary Chapter 17 Weather and Climate
  • Quarter 4 Notebook Check
  • Notes: Weather and Climate

Learning Objectives

  • What are the ways to increase the rate of a reaction?

Mon    16

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Notes/Review:  Chemical reactions

Tue     17

  • Warm-Up: p. 889 #241
  • Review:  Chemical reactions

Wed    18

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: study for test
  • TEST: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

Thurs  19

  • Warm-Up: on overhead: balance the equation
  • Lab: Precipitates

Fri        20

  • Warm-Up: p. 744 Read and summarize
  • Lab: Precipitates

Learning Objectives

  • What affects the rate of a reaction?

Mon    9

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Worksheets Due:
  • Types of Reactions
  • ID and Balancing Chemical Equations
  • Notes:  Chemical reactions

Tue     10

  • Warm-Up:
  • BRIC: Phage Discovery

Wed    11

Early Out

  • Warm-Up:
  • BRIC: Phage Discovery

Thurs  12

  • Warm-Up: p. 747 #26, 27
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 23 Chemical reactions
  • Worksheet Due: Word Equations

Fri        13

  • Warm-Up: p. 747 #22, 23
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Types of Reactions         
  • Quiz: Vocabulary - Chapter 23

Learning Objectives

  • Why do chemical reactions occur?
  • Be able to identify types of chemical reactions.

Mon    2

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Types of Chemical Reactions
  • Due: Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet #1 (at end of period)
  • Worksheet #2 Balancing Chemical Equations

Tue     3

  • Warm-Up: p. 746 #8-11
  • Due: Worksheet #2 Balancing Chemical Equations (at end of period)
  • Work on Worksheets:
  • Types of Reactions
  • Identifying and Balancing Chemical Equations

Wed    4

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 746 #12-15
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • Complete and Discuss Catalyst Lab
  • Due: Lab Catalyzed Reaction (at end of period)

Thurs  5

  • Warm-Up: 
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • BRIC introduction visit

Fri       6

  • Warm-Up:p. 746-7 #16, 17, 20 
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions
  • Worksheets Due:
  • Types of Reactions
  • ID and Balancing Chemical Equations

APRIL

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the types of chemical reactions.

Mon    25

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Presentations: Libby Legacy Project

Tue     26

  • Warm-Up: What planning must happen before a mine is opened?
  • Video: Libby and Minemata Japan

Wed    27

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: In what ways has Minemata Japan overcome their disaster?
  • Notes: Chemical Reactions
  • Work on Balancing Chemical Equations

Thurs  28

  • Warm-Up: p. 733 #1
  • Notes: Chemical Reactions
  • Classifying Chemical Equations

Fri        29

  • Warm-Up: p. 733 #6, 7
  • Lab: Catalyst Reaction

Learning Objectives

  • For what purposes was vermiculite used?

Mon    18

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Libby Legacy Project

Tue     19

  • Warm-Up: (none)
  • Libby Legacy Project

Wed    20

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: Give 3 new facts you learned about Libby’s Asbestos/Vermiculite legacy.
  • Libby Legacy Project

Thurs  21

  • Warm-Up: Describe what asbestos is.
  • Presentations: Libby Legacy Project

Fri        22

  • Warm-Up: What planning must be done before a mine is opened?
  • Presentations: Libby Legacy Project
  • Work on Notes and Vocab
  • Chapter 23: Chemical Reactions

Learning Objectives

  • Define chemical reaction.  Identify the reactants and  products of a chemical reaction.

Mon    11

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • (complete)Video: Kaboom
  • Go over chapter 22 test
  • Work on Chapter 23 Vocabulary  

Tue     12

  • Warm-Up: p. 720 differentiate between a chemical reaction and a nuclear reaction.
  • Lab: Fire Extinguisher

Wed    13

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 721 Who was Lavoisier and for what is he known?
  • Notes: Chapter 23: Chemical Reactions
  • Due: lab - fire extinguisher

Thurs  14

  • Warm-Up: p. 725 #1, 2
  • Notes: Chapter 23: Chemical Reactions
  • Writing Chemical Reactions

Fri        15

  • STEM DAY - (9th grade)
  • Work on Projects (Upperclass students)

Learning Objectives

  • Why do elements form compounds?

Mon     4

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Correct Worksheets (writing and naming chemical formulas)
  • Review writing and naming compounds 

Tue     5

  • Warm-Up: p. 714 #16-18, 20
  • Due: Vocabulary Chapter 22
  • Video: Kaboom

Wed    6

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 715 #21, 29
  • Due: Chapter 22 Reinforcement
  • Review for test

Thurs  7

  • Warm-Up: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 22 Chemical Bonds
  • (extra credit due)

Fri        8

  • Warm-Up: List 5 or more chemical reactions
  • Notes: Chapter 23 Chemical Reactions

MARCH / APRIL

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between a covalent and ionic bond.  Give examples of each.

Mon     28

SPRING BREAK

Purple Spring Flowers

Tue      29

  • Warm-Up: Copy Agenda and Learning Objective
  • Due: Using Oxidation Numbers
  • Video: Chemical Bonds

Wed    30

  • Warm-Up: p. 714 #1-5
  • Due: Reinforcement 22.1-2
  • Practice Writing Formulas

Thurs   31

  • Warm-Up: p. 714 #6-10
  • Practice Naming Compounds

Fri  

April     1

  • Warm-Up: p. 714 #11-15
  • Practice Naming Compounds/Writing Formulas
  • Due: Notebook Check!

March

Learning Objectives

  • Be able to identify elements and numbers of atoms in the formula

Mon     21

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Go Over Test (Chapter 19 Atoms and Per Table)
  • Notes/Vocabulary:  Chapter 22 - Chemical Bonds

Tue      22

  • Warm-Up: p. 692 #4
  • Notes/Vocabulary:  Chapter 22 - Chemical Bonds
  • Activity: Counting Atoms

Wed    23

  • Warm-Up: p. 692 #5
  • Notes/Vocabulary:  Chapter 22 - Chemical Bonds
  • Due: Counting Atoms

Thurs   24

SWAG Day

  • Warm-Up: p. 702 #1,2
  • Video: Chemical Bonds
  • Notes/Vocab: Chapter 22 Chemical Bonds

Fri       25

SPRING BREAK

Purple Spring Flowers

Learning Objectives

  • Give the characteristics of the alkali metals and halogens

Mon     14

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Periodic Table
  • Due: Periodic Table Worksheet

Tue      15

  • Warm-Up: overhead 19.2
  • Notes/Review:  Periodic Table
  • Due: Alien Periodic Table

Wed    16

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 602#1-8
  • Review for Test
  • Due: Vocabulary Chapter 19

Thurs   17

  • Warm-Up: p. 603 #23-25
  • Review for test

Fri        18

  • Warm-Up: p. 602-3 #15. 20
  • Test: Atoms and the Periodic Table

Learning Objectives

  • Give the characteristics of the alkali metals and halogens
  • Differentiate between an ion and an isotope.

Mon     7

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Periodic Table
  • Due: Atomic Time Line

Tue      8

  • Warm-Up: overhead 19.1
  • Notes:  Periodic Table
  • Worksheet: Periodic Table

Wed     9

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 587 #1-3
  • Notes: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table
  • Due: Elements to Know

Thurs   10

  • Warm-Up: p. 589 How did Moseley arrange his periodic table differently than Mendeleev?
  • Notes: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table
  • Crash Course: Mendeleev

Fri        11

  • Warm-Up: p. 596 #1, 2
  • Notes: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table
  • Quiz: 25 Elements to Know

February/March 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the structure of an atom in detail

Mon     29

Mid-

Quarter

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Review: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter
  • Due:Chapter 18 Review Worksheet

Tue      1

  • Warm-Up: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter

Wed     2

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: List what you know about atoms
  • Notes: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table
  • Atomic Time Line

Thurs   3

  • Warm-Up: p. 579 Draw and label the parts of an atom
  • Notes: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table
  • Atomic Time Line

Fri        4

  • Warm-Up: p. 583 describe the electron cloud model of the atom
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 19 Properties of Atoms and the Periodic Table
  • Due: Atomic Time Line

February 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between chemical and physical properties.

Mon     22

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter
  • Discuss Lab: Separating a Mixture

Tue     23

  • Warm-Up: p. 572 #1-4
  • Work On Chapter 18 Reinforcement 
  • Conservation of Mass Demos
  • Due: Chapter 18 Vocabulary

Wed    24

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 572 #5-8
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter

Thurs  25

  • Warm-Up: p. 570 Read and give 5 facts
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter
  • Due: Chapter 18 Reinforcement

Fri        26

  • Warm-Up: p. 572 #9-12
  • Quiz: Chapter 18 Vocabulary
  • Work on Chapter 18 Review

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the difference between a substance and a mixture.

Mon    15

No School - President’s Day

Tue     16

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 18 Composition of Matter
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter

Wed    17

  • Warm-Up: p. 558 #1
  • Lab: Distillation
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter

Thurs  18

  • Warm-Up: p. 558 #2
  • Notes: Chapter 18 Properties of Matter
  • Vocabulary: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter

Fri        19

  • Warm-Up: p. 567 #1, 2
  • Lab: Separating a Mixture

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the difference between color light and pigments.

Mon     8

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Video Lab: Color
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Tue     9

  • Warm-Up: p.349 #1-5, 20
  • Work On Reinforcement 11.3
  • Review: Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Wed    10

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 349 #6-10, 22
  • Review: Chapter 11 Sound and Light
  • Due: Chapter 11.3 Reinforcement

Thurs  11

  • Warm-Up: study for test
  • Test: Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Fri        12

  • Warm-Up: p.552 Define substance, element and give examples of each.
  • Notes: Chapter 18 Classification of Matter

Learning Objectives

  • What is the speed of sound in m/s, miles/hr?

Mon     1

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Reflection and Refraction of Light
  • Video: Mythbusters-Breaking Glass/Veritasium- Anechoic Chamber

Tue      2

  • Warm-Up: p. 321 Copy table 1
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Reflection and Refraction of Light
  • Video: Light and Lenses

Wed     3

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 330 #6,7
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Mirrors, Lenses and the Eye
  • Due: Chapter 11-1-11.2 Reinforcement

Thurs   4

  • Warm-Up: p. 332 Draw how light is reflected off a concave  and convex mirror
  • Notes: Chapter 11 Mirrors, Lenses and the Eye
  • Work on Vocabulary

Fri        5

  • Warm-Up: p. 337 #4, 5
  • Lab: Light and Lenses
  • Due: Chapter 11 Vocabulary

January 2016

Learning Objectives

  • What is the relationship between sound intensity and loudness, pitch and frequency?

Mon    25

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Review for Semester Test

Tue     26

  • SEMESTER TESTS

Wed    27

Early Out

  • SEMESTER TEST:  BLOCK 9 (12:40-2:00)

Thurs  28

Quarter 3

  • Warm-Up: p. 321 draw a low and high amplitude sound wave
  • Go Over Test: Waves
  • Lab: Investigating the Properties of Sound (complete)
  • Notes/Vocabulary: Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Fri        29

  • Warm-Up: p. 322 Draw the decibel scale diagram and include at least 6 examples
  • Notes:  Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Learning Objectives

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

Mon    18

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Review for Chapter 10 Test
  • Due: Chapter 10 Review

Tue     19

  • Warm-Up: p. 314 #9-17
  • Review for Test

Wed    20

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: study for test
  • TEST: Chapter 10 Waves

Thurs  21

  • Warm-Up: p. 315 #23
  • Finish Test: Waves
  • Notes/Vocab: Chapter 11 Sound and Light

Fri        22

  • Warm-Up: p. 318 What causes a sonic boom?
  • Lab: Investigating the Properties of Sound
  • Notebooks Due!

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the relationship between wavelength, frequency and wave speed

Mon    11

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves
  • Vocabulary:  Chapter 10 Waves
  • Due: Lab - Wave Properties

Tue    12

  • Warm-Up: p. 299 #2, 4
  • Virtual Lab: Wave Simulation

Wed    13

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: overhead 10.2
  • Due: Lab - Wave Simulation
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves

Thurs  14

  • Warm-Up:pp. 301-302 What is the difference between reflection and refraction?
  • Due: Chapter 10 Vocabulary
  • Quiz: Chapter 10 Vocabulary

Fri        15

  • Warm-Up: p. p. 307 Differentiate between constructive and destructive interference.
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves
  • Notebooks will be due Friday 22nd

Learning Objectives

  • Define wave

Mon    4

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Finish Video: Apollo 13

Tue     5

  • Warm-Up: name as many kinds of waves as you can
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves
  • Vocabulary:  Chapter 10 Waves

Wed    6

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: overhead 10.1
  • Video: Waves
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves

Thurs  7

  • Warm-Up: p. 293 #1, 4
  • Lab: Measuring Wave Properties

Fri        8

  • Warm-Up: p. 295 Reading Check
  • Notes: Chapter 10 Waves
  • Due Today: Measuring Wave Properties Lab

December 2015

Learning Objectives

  • What do you think some of the challenges were in sending astronauts to the moon?

Mon    21

  • Warm-Up: What do you think some of the challenges were in sending astronauts to the moon?
  • Video: Apollo 13

Tue     22

  • Warm-Up: What happened in the video yesterday?
  • Video: Apollo 13

Wed    23

  • No School

Thurs  24

  • No School

Fri       25

Happy Holidays!  See you in 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the Second Law of Thermodynamics

Mon   14

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Thermal Expansion
  • Correct p. 882 problems
  • Discuss Video  - Pseudoscience

Tue     15

  • Warm-Up: p. 277 # 6, 7
  • Due: Chapter 9 Reinforcement
  • Notes/Review: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Wed    16

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 282-283 #10-15
  • Notes/Review: Chapters 5 and 9 

Thurs  17

  • Warm-Up: study for test
  • Test: Chapters 5 & 9

Fri        18

  • Warm-Up:List what you know about our moon.
  • Video: Apollo 13

Learning Objectives

  • Describe heat of fusion and heat of vaporization.

Mon    7

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Thermal Expansion
  • Demo: Ball and ring

Tue     8

  • Warm-Up: p. 266-267 Give an example of each type of heat transfer
  • Lab: Heating Curve of Water

Wed    9

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 268 Describe how convection currents affect the Earth
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter
  • Lab: Heating Curve of Water (complete)

Thurs  10

  • Warm-Up: p. 265 #2, 4
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter
  • p. 882 Problems #94-104

Fri        11

  • Warm-Up: p. 282 #5-9
  • p. 882 Problems #94-104 - Due Today
  • Chapter 9 Reinforcement - Due on Tuesday
  • Video: The Eyes of Nye Pseudoscience

November/December 2015

Learning Objectives

  • How do the particles in matter move?

Mon    30

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Discuss Videos
  • Complete Observation Lab: Heat

Tue     1

  • Warm-Up: p. 256 Define Thermal Energy
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Wed     2

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 257 Define Specific Heat
  • Notes Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter
  • Video: Professor Miller - Heat and Temperature

Thurs  3

  • Warm-Up: p. 259 #5
  • Crash Course: #17 Energy and Chemistry

Fri        4

  • Warm-Up: p. 282 #1-3
  • Demo: Metals and Heat
  • Quiz: Chapter 9 Vocabulary

November 2015

Learning Objective

  • How do the particles in matter move?

Mon   23

  • Warm-Up: p. 141 draw and describe Nuclear Fission
  • Video: Elementary and Nuclear Energy

Tue      24

  • Warm-Up: p.  255 Define temperature
  • Video: Inventions that Shook the World
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Wed     25

  • No School

Thurs  26

Happy  Thanksgiving

Fri        27

  • No School

Learning Objectives

How are thermal energy and temperature related?

Mon    16

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Pendulum Lab (cont.)
  • Due: Chapter 5 Review

Tue      17

Conferences

  • Warm-Up: p. 149 #24
  • Due: Pendulum Lab
  • Notes: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Wed     18

Early Out

Conferences

  • (No School)

Thurs  19

  • Warm-Up: p. 149 #25
  • Quiz: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
  • Observation Lab: Heat and States of Matter

Fri        20

  • Warm-Up: overhead 9.1
  • Observation Lab: Heat and States of Matter
  • Notes/Vocabulary: Chapter 9 Heat and States of Matter

Learning Objectives

How does friction affect the mechanical energy of a system?

Mon     9

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Lab: Elastic PE

Tue      10

End of Quarter

  • Warm-Up: p. 143 #2, 3
  • Practice Problems: Potential and Kinetic Energy
  • Lab: Elastic PE - Complete and turn in

Wed     11

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p.143 #5, 6
  • Assignment: Chapter 5 Reinforcement and Review - Due Monday
  • Due Today: p. 880

Thurs  12

  • Warm-Up: p. 149 #15-17
  • Lab: Pendulum

Fri        13

  • Warm-Up: p. 149 #22, 23
  • Lab: Pendulum
  • Work on Chapter 5 Reinforcement and Review - Due Mon

Learning Objectives

  • Describe how energy can be transformed from one form to another.

Mon      2

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Complete Lab Elastic and Gravitational Potential Energy

Tue      3

  • Warm-Up: p. 148 #1-6
  • Due Today: Lab - Elastic and GPE
  • Notes/Vocab: Chapter 5 Energy

Wed     4

  • Warm-Up: p. 148 #7-12
  • Notes/Vocab: Chapter 5 Energy
  • Assign: p. 880 #46-58 (Due on Wednesday)

Thurs   5

  • Warm-Up: p. 149 #14
  • Lab: Elastic PE
  • Due Today: Notebooks

Fri        6

No School - Volleyball Divisionals at LMHS

October 2015

Learning Objective

Identify different forms of energy.

Mon    26

  • Warm-Up: Copy Agenda
  • DueToday:  Prototype Summary and Reflection Paper
  • Complete Chapter 2 Notes
  • Vocabulary Chapter 5 Energy

Tue     27

  • Warm-Up: p. 129 Answer the Reading Check
  • Open-Note Quiz: Science and Technology
  • Notes and Vocabulary Chapter 5 Energy

Wed    28

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 133 #1,2
  • Notes and Vocabulary Chapter 5 Energy

Thurs 29

  • Warm-Up: p. 133 #3, 4
  • Lab: Elastic and Gravitational Potential Energy

Fri       30

  • Warm-Up: p. 133 #5, 6
  • Lab: Elastic and Gravitational Potential Energy

Learning Objective

  • Identify criteria and constraints for any technology

Mon    19

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Due Today: Interview
  • Care Package Prototype

Tue     20

  • Warm-Up: p. 56 Define prototype, pilot plant 
  • Care Package Prototype

Wed    21

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 57 Differentiate between patent, copyright, trademark 
  • Test Drop and Revisions

Thurs  22

  • Warm-Up: How will you revise your care package to survive the drop?
  • Care Package Revisions

Fri        23

  • Warm-Up: How much have you spent to produce your prototype?
  • Drop Day
  • Due: Care Package Paper Work and Reflection Paper
  • Chapter 2 Notes Science and Technology

Learning Objective

Identify the constraints and criteria for a form of technology.

Mon    12

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Interview Presentations and discussion
  • Activity “Who Contributes CO2?”

Tue     13

  • Warm-Up: p. 62 #10-14, 22
  • Video:
  • Due Today: Activity “Who Contributes CO2?”

Wed    14

  • Warm-Up: p. 57 #2, 4
  • Video:

Thurs  15

  • No School

Fri       16

  • No School

Learning Objective

  • How are scientists and engineers the same?  How are they different?

Mon

5

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Mini-Research Presentations
  • $3.00 Summary

Tue

6

  • Warm-Up: p. 64 #1-4
  • L.O. Is technology good or bad?  Defend.
  • Due: $3.00 Summary and Mini-Research
  • Shark Tank episode
  • Chapter 2 Notes Science and Technology

Wed

7

Early Out

  • Warm-Up: p. 64 #5-8
  • BRIC survey
  • Chapter 2 Notes Science and Technology

Thurs

8

  • Warm-Up: p. 64 #9-12
  • Activity: Who Contributes CO2?

Fri

9

  • Warm-Up: p. 64 #13-16
  • Due Today: Interview
  • Interview Presentations

September/October 2015

Learning Objective

  • How is science different from engineering?

Mon

28

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Go Over Chapter 1 Test
  • Technology Interview due Oct 9
  • Discuss Density Lab
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science Technology and Society

Tue

29

  • Warm-Up: p. 42 List the basic human needs for survival
  • Mini-Research: Technology Pros and Cons

Wed

30

  • Warm-Up: p. 45 #3
  • Mini-Research: Technology Pros and Cons

Thurs

1

  • Warm-Up: p. 50 #1
  • Mini-Research Presentations: Technology Pros and Cons

Fri

2

  • No School for Students (Staff PIR day)

September 2015

Learning Objective

  • Define technology and give 5 examples

Mon

21

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Due today: Density Lab
  • Review for test 
  • Scientific Method Scenarios

Tue

22

  • Warm-Up: study for test
  • TEST: Chapter 1 The Nature of Science

Wed

23

  • Warm-Up: List the many types of technology you use every day.
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science Technology and Society
  • Interview: Technology over Time  - Due October 2nd

Thurs

24

  • Warm-Up: p. 44 List and describe the 5 types of technology
  • Go Over Test
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science Technology and Society

Fri

25

  • Warm-Up: p. 42 List the basic human needs for survival                                                      
  • Mini - Research: Technology
  • Notes: Chapter 2 Science Technology and Society

Learning Objective

  • Identify the graph needed for particular sets of data.
  • Be able to convert metric units.

Mon

14

  • Warm-Up: Copy Weekly Agenda
  • Review metric units, graphs  
  • Due Today: What’s my Graph?

Tue

15

  • Warm-Up: p. 32 #1-5
  • Activity: Temperature Conversions

Wed

16

  • Warm-Up: p. 32 #6-10
  • Lab: Density

Thurs

17

  • Warm-Up: p. 32 #11-14
  • Due Today: Temperature Conversions
  • Lab: Density - Due on Monday

Fri

18

  • No School for Students (Teacher In-Service)