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UNIT TWO

TOPIC:      CHEMICAL REACTIONS                                         FALL 2018

SPS3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to support the Law of Conservation of Matter.

  1. Plan and carry out investigations to generate evidence supporting the claim that mass is conserved during a chemical reaction. (Clarification statement: Limited to synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, and double replacement reactions.)
  2. Develop and use a model of a chemical equation to illustrate how the total number of atoms is conserved during a chemical reaction. (Clarification statement: Limited to chemical equations that include binary ionic and covalent compounds and will not include equations containing polyatomic ions.)
Friday, 10-12 1.      NOTES: Chemical Reactions and Balancing Equations  Notes-Chem Rxn

PowerPoint: Chemical Reactions-Brim1 – balance

Notes:

2.      PRACTICE:  Balancing Equations (One)  balancerxn1

  • All work for the first unit must be received by October 15 (Monday) in order to be eligible for unit recovery.
  • Balancing Equations (One) due Monday
Monday, 10-15 1.      PRACTICE: Balancing Equations

(Two)  balancerxn2

PowerPoint:

2.  PRACTICE: Chemical Changes and Chemical Equations (found on the back of Balancing Equations (One))

2.      VOCAB: Define Vocabulary

Vocabulary-Chemical Reactions

  • Balancing Equations (Two) due tomorrow
  • Chemical Changes and Chemical Equations due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary Quiz Friday
Tuesday, 10-16 1.      NOTES: Types of Reactions

PowerPoint: Chemical Reactions-Brim1 – Types

2.      PRACTICE:  Classifying Chemical Reactions

Classifying Chemical Rxns

  • Classifying Chemical Reactions due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary Quiz Friday
Wednesday, 10-17 1.       LAB: Lego® My Equations

Lab-Lego my Equations

  • Lab due Friday
Thursday, 10-18 1.      NOTES: Energy in Chemical Reactions

PowerPoint: Chemical Reactions-Brim1 – Energy

2.      PRACTICE:  Energy and Chemical Reactions Energy of Chemical Reactions

  • Energy and Chemical Reactions due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary Quiz tomorrow
  • Lego lab due Friday
Friday, 10-19 1.      QUIZ:  Chemical Reactions Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_3spqje

2.      PRACTICE: Computer lab

Balancing and Balancing

  • Start studying for test
  • Computer Lab due Tuesday
Monday, 10-22 1.      LAB: Types of Chemical Reactions

Reaction Type-ps2016

  • Lab due Thursday
  • Computer lab due Tuesday
Tuesday, 10-23 1.  PRACTICE: Classifying Reaction Types

Classifying Practice

2.  REVIEW: Chemical Reactions

Review – Chemical Reactions

PowerPoint: Review – Chemical Reactions – web

3.  Finish working on lab

  • Study for test
  • Finish Review sheet for test redo credit
  • Lab due Thursday
Wednesday, 10-24 TEST: Chemical Reactions and Balancing Equations
  • Lab due Thursday

 

TOPIC:      CHEMICAL BONDING                                                                     FALL 2018

  1. Students will investigate our current understanding of the atom.
  2. Compare and contrast ionic and covalent bonds in terms of electron movement.
  3. Students will explore the nature of matter, its classifications, and its system for naming types of matter.
  4. Predict formulas for stable binary ionic compounds based on balance of charges.
  5. Use IUPAC nomenclature for transition between

-chemical names and chemical formulas of binary ionic

-compounds (containing representative elements).

-binary covalent compounds (i.e. carbon dioxide, carbon tetrachloride).

  1. Students will investigate the arrangement of the Periodic Table.

-Types of ions formed by representative elements

Tuesday, 9-18 1. NOTES:  Chemical Bonding, Ions, Ionic Bonding

All notes: Notes-BondingNomen – outline

PowerPoint: Day1-Ionic Bonding

3. PRACTICE: Lose’Em and Gain “em and Overview: Chemical Bonds

Lose em and Gain em

  • Finish Lose’Em and Gain ‘Em and Overview: Chemical Bonds – due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Wednesday, 9-19 1. NOTES: Covalent Bonding

PowerPoint: Day2-Covalent Bonding and Lab

2. LAB:  Properties of Ionic and Covalent Bonding

Bonding lab-unknowns

  • Finish lab – due Monday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Thursday, 9-20 1. NOTES:  Ionic Names

PowerPoint: Day3-Ionic Nomenclature – Web

2. PRACTICE: Binary Ionic Names Practice

Handout-Binary Ionic Names Practice

3. VOCABULARY:  Define words for Chemical Bonding

Vocabulary-Chemical Bond

  • Finish Binary Ionic Names Practice – due tomorrow
  • Ionic Nomenclature Quiz next Thursday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
  • Bonding lab due Monday
Friday, 9-21 1.      NOTES:  Ionic Formulas

PowerPoint: Day4-Ionic Nomenclature – Web

3.      PRACTICE: Ionic Formulas

Ionic Nomenclature Practice

  • Bonding lab due Monday
  • Ionic Names and Formulas Practice due Monday
  • Ionic Nomenclature Quiz Thursday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Monday, 9-24 1.  QUIZ:  Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_3snoit

2.  REVIEW:  Chemical Bonding

Review-bonding

PowerPoint: Day8-Review-Bonding – Web

  • Ionic Nomenclature Quiz Thursday
Tuesday, 9-25 1.  Chemical Bonding Test
  • Ionic Nomenclature Quiz Thursday
Wednesday, 9-26 1.  NOTES:  Covalent names and Formulas, Hydrates

PowerPoint: Day5-Covalent Nomenclature – We

3.  PRACTICE: Covalent Names and Formulas handoutCovalent Names and Formulas

  • Covalent Names and Formula Practice due tomorrow
  • Ionic Nomenclature Quiz tomorrow
Thursday, 9-27 1. QUIZ:  Ionic names and formulas
2.  LAB:  Chemical Nomenclature Chemical Nomenclature Lab
  • Chemical Nomenclature lab due Friday by the end of the period
Friday, 9-28 1.  LAB: Roll of the Die

Roll of the Die lab

2.  PRACTICE:   Nomenclature Study Sheet

  • Roll of the Die lab due Wednesday
  • Nomenclature Study Sheet due Wednesday
Tuesday, 10-9 1.   REVIEW:  Chemical Nomenclature

Review-nomenclature

PowerPoint:Day10-Review-Nomenclature – Web

  • Test Review due Thursday
  • Computer Nomenclature due Friday
Wednesday, 10-10  PSAT

1. PRACTICE:  Nomenclature and Nomenclature and Covalent

Handout: Computer Nomenclature

  • Test Review due Thursday
  • Computer Nomenclature due Friday
Thursday, 10-11 1.       Chemical Nomenclature Test
  • Computer Nomenclature due Friday

TOPIC:      RADIOACTIVITY                                                       FALL 2018

SPS3. Students will distinguish the characteristics and components of radioactivity.

  1. Differentiate among alpha and beta particles and gamma radiation.
  2. Differentiate between fission and fusion.
  3. Explain the process half-life as related to radioactive decay.
  4. Describe nuclear energy, its practical application as an alternative energy source, and its potential problems.
Monday, 9-10 1.      NOTES: Radioactivity

Notes – radioactivity – outline

PowerPoint: Radioactivity-Web1

2.      VOCABULARY: Define 11 words

Vocab-Radioactivity

  • Vocabulary Quiz Thursday
Tuesday, 9-11 1.      NOTES: Radiation and Half-Life

PowerPoint: Radioactivity-Web2

2.      PRACTICE: Half-Life Practice

Half-life practice

  • Half-Life Practice due tomorrow
Wednesday, 9-12 1.      NOTES: Fission and Fusion

PowerPoint: Radioactivity-Web3

2.      LAB: Fission and Fusion

Lab-Fission-Fusion

3.     PRACTICE:   Radioactivity Practice

Radioactivity Practice

  • Handout due tomorrow
  • Lab due today
  • Vocabulary Quiz tomorrow
Thursday, 9-13 1.      QUIZ: Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_3qe922

2.     LAB: Half-Life of Pennium

Half Life Pennium

  • Lab due Tuesday
  • Start studying for test
Friday, 9-14 1.  Review for testReview – Radioactivity

PowerPoint: Review-Radioactivity – web

  • Lab due Tuesday
  • Start studying for test
Monday, 9-17 1.  TEST: Radioactivity
  • Lab due Tuesday

TOPIC:      PERIODIC TABLE

SPS4. Students will investigate the arrangement of the Periodic Table.

  1. Determine the trends of the following:

– Number of valence electrons

– Types of ions formed by representative elements

– Location of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

– Phases at room temperature

2.  Use the Periodic Table to predict the above properties for representative elements.

Thursday, 8-23 1. NOTES: History of Periodic Table and organization of the table

Periodic Table Notes

PowerPoint: Day1-Periodic Table Dev

2. PRACTICE: Mendeleev’s Table

Mendeleev Table

3. Vocabulary: Periodic Table #16-27

ATOMIC STRUCTURE and periodic table VOCABULARY

  • Vocabulary Quiz 8-31 (#16-27)
  • Handout due Friday
Friday, 8-24 1. NOTES: Valence Electrons and Electron Dot Diagrams  PowerPoint:Periodic Table – Valence

2. PRACTICE: Valence Electrons and Electron Dot Diagrams

PowerPoint: Valence and EDot

3. Vocabulary: Periodic Table #16-27

  • Vocabulary Quiz 8-31 (#16-27)
  • Handout due Monday
Monday, 8-27 1.  NOTES: Metals, Nonmetals, and metalloids

PowerPoint: Periodic Table – Metals

2. LAB:  Unknown Metals Lab

Lab-Determining the Density of Unknown Metals

3. PRACTICE: Periodic Table Review

Handout-Periodic Table

  • Lab due Friday
  • Handout due Wednesday
Tuesday, 8-28 1. NOTES: Element Families

PowerPoint: Periodic Table – Families

2. PRACTICE: The Families of Elements

Element families Wkst

  • Handout due Thursday
Wednesday, 8-29 1. LAB: Survey of the Elements

Element Survey lab

  • Vocabulary Quiz Friday
  • Lab due Wednesday
Thursday, 8-30 1. NOTES:  Periodic Trends

PowerPoint: Periodic Table – Trends

2. LAB:  Survey of the Elements (continued)

3. PRACTICE:  Periodic Trends and the Periodic Table  Handout-Periodic Trends wksht

  • Vocabulary Quiz Friday
  • Lab due Wednesday
  • Handout due Wednesday
Friday, 8-31 1. QUIZ: Periodic Table Vocabulary

QUIZLET: https://quizlet.com/_3n3cqk

2. LAB:  Graphing Trends of the Periodic Table

Lab-Graphing Trends lab – psl

  • Survey Lab due Wednesday
  • Graphing Lab due Thursday
Wednesday, 9-5 1. Work on both labs – Survey of the Elements and Graphing Trends of the Periodic Table
  • Survey Lab due today
  • Graphing Lab due tomorrow
Thursday, 9-6 1. Review for test

Review – Periodic Table

PowerPoint: Review-Periodic table – web

  •  Study for test
  • Review due tomorrow
Friday, 9-7 1.  TEST: Periodic Table
  • none

TOPIC:      ATOMIC STRUCTURE

SPS1. Students will investigate our current understanding of the atom.

  1. Examine the structure of the atom in terms of:- atomic mass and atomic number. – explain the relationship of the proton number to the element’s identity.
  2. – atoms with different numbers of neutrons (isotopes).
  3. – proton, electron, and neutron locations.
Tuesday, 8-14 1.      LAB: Shoebox Lab

Shoebox lab 2016

2.      VIDEO: How small is an atom?

3.      NOTES: Atomic History

Atom notes

PowerPoint: Atom-Brim – web1

4.      VOCAB: Atomic Structure

ATOMIC STRUCTURE and periodic table VOCABULARY

  • Lab due Friday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Wednesday 8-15 1.      NOTES: Atomic History and Subatomic Particles

PowerPoint: Atom-Brim – Web2

2.      PRACTICE:  Atomic Structure and Mass

Atomic Structure and mass

  • Atomic Structure and Mass due Thursday
  • Shoebox Lab due Friday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Thursday, 8-24 1.      NOTES: Atom Representations (Bohr models and Electron dot diagrams)

PowerPoint: Atom-Brim – Web3

2.      PRACTICE: Bohr Models and Electron Dot Diagrams Practice

Bohn and EDot Practice

  • Bohr Models and Electron Dot diagrams due Friday
  • Shoebox lab due Friday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Friday, 8-25 1.      NOTES:  Isotopes

PowerPoint: Atom-Brim – Web4

2.      PRACTICE: Isotopes Practice

Isotopes Practice

  • Isotopes Practice due Monday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Monday, 8-28 1.      QUIZ: Atomic Structure words

QUIZLET for vocabulary:  https://quizlet.com/_3m9n3l

2.      LAB: You So Cool, Isotope

Isotope lab

  • Lab due Thursday
Tuesday, 8-29 1.      Review for Atomic Structure

Review -Atom

  • Study for test
  • Review due tomorrow
Wednesday, 8-30 TEST: Atomic Structure
  • Lab due tomorrow

UNIT ONE

TOPIC:      INTRODUCTION AND MEASUREMENT

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Monday, 7-30 1. Give out safety contract Physical Science Syllabus2018

2. First Day Stations Handout-First Day Stations-PhysSci

PowerPoint: Day1-First Day Instructions

3. Fortune Teller Fish: on First Day Stations handout

  • Get syllabus, safety contact signed
  • First Day stations sheet due WED
Tuesday, 8-1 1. Go over Syllabus Physical Science Syllabus2018

2. NOTES: Scientific Method

PowerPoint: Day2-Sci Method

Notes: Notes-Scientific Method

3. Scientific Method Review Activity

  • First Day stations sheet due WED
  • Paper clip lab due THURS
Wednesday, 8-2 1. NOTES: Performing a Lab

PowerPoint:Day3-Paper Clip-Measure

2. LAB: Paper Clip –  Lab-Paper Clip

3.  Notes: Notes-Measurements1-2

  • Vocabulary Quiz next WED
  • Paperclip lab due THURS
Thursday, 8-3 1. NOTES: Measurement Two

PowerPoint: Day4-Measurements-PS

Notes: Notes-Measurements1-2

  • Metric conversion and scientific notation quiz MON
  • Making Measurements lab due MON
Friday, 8-4 1. NOTES: Measurement Three – scientific notation

PowerPoint: Day5-Sci Notation

Notes: Notes-Sci Notation

2. PRACTICE

3. LAB: Making Measurements  Lab-Making Measurements

4. Work on Vocabulary Vocab-Ch1 list

– Making Measurements Lab due MON
Monday, 8-7 1. ACTIVITY: Graphing Temperature Handout-Graph Temperatures
  • Metric Conversion and Scientific Notation Quiz MON
  • Graphing Temperatures due TUES
Tuesday, 8-8 1. QUIZ: Metric Conversion and Scientific Notation

2. Work on Vocabulary Vocab-Ch1 list

  • Graphing Temperatures due TUES
  • Vocabulary quiz THURS
Wednesday, 8-9 1. NOTES: Measurement Three – Density

PowerPoint: Day8-Density

Notes: Notes-Density

2. PRACTICE: Density Problems (part of notes)

3. Gro-Beast activity – take two measurements Lab-Gro-Beast

  • Vocabulary quiz THURS
  • Gro-Beast lab due MON
  • Density problems due FRI
Thursday, 8-10 1. QUIZ: Chapter One Vocabulary

Quizlet to help you study

2. Work on GroBeast activity – graph it

  • Gro-Beast lab due TUES
  • Study for test
  • Density problems due FRI
Friday, 8-11 1. REVIEW: Density problems

2. REVIEW: Measurements test Review-intro

PowerPoint: Day10-Review – web

  • Study for test
  • Review due MON
Monday, 8-14 1. Measurements Test – Gro-beast lab due TUES

TOPIC:      EOC REVIEW

Here is the Study Guide/Resource manual from the state of Georgia on the Physical Science EOC.  Try to read through the content pages (it is 78 pages so you may not want to print it).  Milestones_Physical Science_StudyGuide_2.5.18

Mrs. Johnson made some videos to study for the EOC with.  Here they are:

EOC Extra Credit – due May 3 – I will not accept it late, but I will accept it early.  You only received one of these. Be sure you download the correct one if you are getting a second copy.  If you are not sure, ask me.  I know which one you had.

EOC Extra Credit A

EOC Extra Credit B

EOC Extra Credit C

Friday, 4-20 1.   EOC REVIEW: USA Test Prep
  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Monday 4-23 1.   EOC REVIEW: USA Test Prep
  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Tuesday, 4-24 1.  Do this Survey

2.   You can do a practice EOC: Click here.    Click on Online Tools Training under the Orange Practice Test Label

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Wednesday, 4-25 1.   EOC REVIEW: Atomic Structure and Periodic Table

PowerPoint: EOC1-Atom – web

Handout: EOC1-Atom

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Thursday, 4-26 1.   EOC REVIEW: Radioactivity

PowerPoint: EOC2-Radioactivity – web

Handout: EOC2-Radioactivity

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Friday, 4-27 1.   EOC REVIEW: Bonding, Nomenclature, and Chemical Reactions

PowerPoint: EOC3-Bond-Nomen-Reactions – web

Handout: EOC3-Bond-Nomen-Reactions

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Monday, 4-30 1.   EOC REVIEW: Matter, Solutions, and Acids/Bases

PowerPoint: EOC4-Matter-Solns-Acids-Bases – web

Handout: EOC4-Matter-Solns-Acids-Bases

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Tuesday, 5-1 1.   EOC REVIEW: Motion, Forces, Gravity

PowerPoint: EOC5-Motion-Force-Gravity – web

Handout: EOC5-Motion-Force-Gravity

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Wednesday, 5-2 1.   EOC REVIEW: Work and Machines

PowerPoint: EOC6-Work-Machines – web

Handout: EOC6-Work-Machines

  • Study for EOC
  • EOC Extra Credit due tomorrow.
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Thursday, 5-3 1.   EOC REVIEW: Energy and Thermal Energy

PowerPoint: EOC7-Energy – web

Handout: EOC7-Energy

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Friday, 5-4 1.   EOC REVIEW: Practice Test

EOC-PS Practice2018

2.   Finish all Review sheets so far

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due by 5- 7
Monday, 5-7 1.   EOC-Ninth Grade Lit

2.   EOC REVIEW: Waves, Sound, and Light

PowerPoint: EOC8-Waves-Sound-Light – web

Handout: EOC8-Waves-Sound-Light

  • Study for EOC
  • All missing work due TODAY!
Tuesday, 5-8 1.    EOC-Ninth Grade Lit

2.    EOC REVIEW: Electricity and Magnetism

PowerPoint: EOC9-Electricity-Magnetism – web

Handout: EOC9-Electricity-Magnetism

  • Study for EOC
Wednesday, 5-9 1.    Go over Practice Test

2.  EOC REVIEW: Jeopardy

Honors Program – 1:30

  • Study for EOC
Thursday, 5-10 1.    EOC-Algebra I

2.    EOC REVIEW: Jeopardy

  • Study for EOC
Friday, 5-11 1.   EOC-Physical Science

2.  VIDEO:

  • None
Monday, 5-14 1.   LAB:  Is Double Stuffed Really Double?

Lab-Double stuff

  • Turn in all EOC Reivew sheets – completed
  • Lab due Thursday at end of period
Tuesday, 5-15 1.   LAB:  Is Double Stuffed Really Double?
  • Lab due Thursday at end of period
Wednesday, 5-16 1.   LAB:  Is Double Stuffed Really Double?
  • Lab due Thursday at end of period
Thursday, 5-17 1.   LAB:  Is Double Stuffed Really Double?
  • Lab due Thursday at end of period
Friday, 5-18 Seventh Period Exam
Monday, 5-21 First and Second Period Exam
Tuesday, 5-22 Third and Fourth Period Exam
Wednesday, 5-23 Fifth and Sixth Period Exam

TOPIC:      ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

SPS10. Students will investigate the properties of electricity and magnetism.

  1. Investigate static electricity in terms of: friction / induction / conduction
  2. Explain the flow of electrons in terms of: alternating and direct current / the relationship among voltage, resistance and current / simple series and parallel circuits.
  3. Investigate applications of magnetism and/or its relationship to the movement of electrical charge as it relates to: electromagnets / simple motors / permanent magnets.
Monday 4-9 1. LECTURE: Electricity

PowerPoint: Day1-Electricity – Web

Notes (all electricity and magnetism): Notes-Electricity and Magnetism

2. VOCAB: Electricity  Vocab-Electricity and Magnetism

  • Vocabulary quiz #1-19 on Friday
Tuesday, 4-10 1. LAB:   Sneaky Static Sneaky Static

2. LECTURE: Electric Current

PowerPoint: Day2-Lab and Static Electricity – Web

3. PRACTICE: Ohm’s Law: calculating Current, Voltage, and Resistance Ohm’s Law

  • Vocabulary quiz #1-19 on Friday
  • Ohm’s Law and Sneaky Static due tomorrow
Wednesday, 4-11 1. LECTURE: Electric Circuits

PowerPoint: Day3-Electric Circuits – Web

2. PRACTICE:   Series and Parallel Circuits Parallel and Series practice

  • Handout due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary quiz #1-19 on Friday
Thursday, 4-12  1. LAB:   Circuits

Circuits Lab

  • Magnetic Fields Lab due Monday
  • Vocabulary quiz #1-19 on Friday
Friday, 4-13 1. LECTURE:   Magnetism

PowerPoint: Day5-Magnetism and lab – web

2. QUIZ: Vocabulary #1-19

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4ncrc4

3.  LAB: Magnetic Fields lab

Magnetic Fields Lab

4. VOCAB:   Magnetism (#20-30) Vocab-Electricity and Magnetism

  • Circuit lab due Wednesday
  • Vocabulary quiz #20-30 on Tuesday
  • Magnetic Fields lab due on Tuesday
Monday 4-16 1. LECTURE:   Electromagnetism

PowerPoint: Day6-Electromagnetism – web

2. PRACTICE: Electricity and Magnetism Practice  Electricty and Magnetism Practice

  • Vocabulary quiz #20-30 on Tuesday
  • Handout due Tuesday
Tuesday, 4-17 1. LABS:   Electric Motors and Electromagnets

Electric Motor and magnet lab

  • Lab due Friday
Wednesday, 4-18 1. Review for Electricity and Magnetism test  Review – electricity and magnetism

PowerPoint: Day8-Review – Elec and mag – web

2. QUIZ:   Vocabulary #20-30

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4ncshu

  • Lab due Friday
  • Study for test –  Review due tomorrow
Thursday, 4-19 TEST: Electricity and Magnetism
  • Lab due Friday

TOPIC:      SOUND AND LIGHT

SPS9. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the properties of waves.

c. Develop models based on experimental evidence that illustrates the phenomena of reflection, refraction, interference, and diffraction.

d. Analyze and interpret data to explain how different media affect the speed of sound and light waves.

e. Develop and use models to explain changes in sound waves associated with the Doppler Effect.

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Monday, 3-19 1.  LECTURE: Sound, Speed, Hearing

PowerPoint: Day1-Sound – Web

Notes (all): Notes-Sound and Light

2.  PRACTICE: Vocabulary and The Ear The ear

  • Handout due tomorrow
Tuesday, 3-20 1.  LECTURE: Intensity, Loudness, Pitch, Doppler Effect

Powerpoint: Day2-Sound Characteristics – Web

PRACTICE:   Sound Properties Sound Properties

  • Handout due tomorrow
Wednesday, 3-21 1. LAB: What do You Hear? What can you hear lab
  • Lab due Monday
Thursday, 3-22 1. LECTURE: Music, Resonance, Acoustics, Sound Uses.

PowerPoint: Day4-Music – Web

2.  Work on lab due Monday

3.  Define Vocabulary for Light and Sound (found on last page of notes)

  • Vocabulary quiz Tuesday
  • Lab due Monday
Friday, 3-23 1.  LECTURE: Light waves and particles, EM

PowerPoint: Day5-Light – Web

2.  PRACTICE:   Electromagnetic Spectrum Practice Emag Spectrum Practice

  • Vocabulary Quiz Tuesday
  • Handout due Monday
Monday, 3-26 1.  LECTURE: Light Characteristics Light notes

PowerPoint: Day6-Light Characteristics – Web

2.  PRACTICE:   Basics of Light Basics of Light

  • Vocabulary Quiz tomorrow
  • Handout due Thursday
Tuesday, 3-27 1.  QUIZ: Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4ncpsj

2.  LAB: Playing with Light Lab-Lenses and Mirrors, Light and Color lab1

  • Lab due Friday
Wednesday, 3-28 1.  Review for Sound and Light test Review – sound and light

PowerPoint: Day8-Review – Web

  • Review packet due tomorrow
  •  Lab due Friday
Thursday, 3-29 SOUND AND LIGHT TEST
  • Lab due Friday

Friday, 3-30             EOC PRACTICE:  Using USA Test Prep

http://www.usatestprep.com/member-login

Get your login information from your teacher

TOPIC:      WAVES

SPS9. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the properties of waves.

a. Analyze and interpret data to identify the relationships among wavelength, frequency, and energy in electromagnetic waves and amplitude, and energy in mechanical waves.

b. Develop models based on experimental evidence that illustrates the phenomena of reflection, refraction, interference, and diffraction.

Tuesday, March 6 1. LAB: Can You Transfer Energy? Lab-Can you transfer energy

2.  LECTURE:   Waves, types, characteristics

PowerPoint: Day1-Waves – Web

Notes (all): Notes-waves

3. Vocabulary: Vocab – waves

  • Define vocabulary – Quiz is Tuesday, March 13
  • Lab due tomorrow
Wednesday, March 7 1. LECTURE: Wave Calculations

PowerPoint: Day2-Waves Characteristics – Web

2.  PRACTICE: Wave Calculations Handout-Wave Calculations

3.  PRACTICE: Wave Characteristics Handout-Wave Characteristics

  • Wave Calculations due tomorrow
  • Wave Characteristics due Friday
  • Vocabulary quiz Tuesday
Thursday, March 8 1. LAB: Slinky Wave Lab Lab-Waves- Slinky Wave
  • Vocab Quiz Tuesday
  • Lab due Tuesday
Friday, March 9 1. LECTURE: Wave phenomena PowerPoint: Day4-Wave Phenomena – Web

2. PRACTICE: Properties of Waves Handout-Properties of Waves

  • Vocab Quiz Tuesday
  • Handout due Tuesday
Monday, March 12 1.  LAB: Reflection and Refraction Lab-Reflection-Refraction
  • Lab due Friday
  • Vocab Quiz Tuesday
Tuesday, March 13 1.  QUIZ: Waves Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4hz91z

2.  PRACTICE:  Waves Simulations

Handout: Handout-Wave Simulations

Websites:

Glencoe Simulation

Bitesize: Introduction to Waves

  • Wave Simulations due Friday
  • Reflection and Refraction lab due Friday
Wednesday, March 14 1.  REVIEW: Waves

Review-waves

  • Test Review due tomorrow for test redo points
Thursday, March 15 TEST: WAVES 
  • Both labs due tomorrow
 Friday, March 16     EOC PRACTICE  EOCT Review Word Problems Review2018

TOPIC:      THERMAL ENERGY

SPS7. Students will relate transformations and flow of energy within a system.

  1. Investigate molecular motion as it relates to thermal energy changes in terms of conduction, convection, and radiation.
  2. Determine the heat capacity of a substance using mass, specific heat, and temperature
 DAY  LESSON  HOMEWORK
Tuesday, 2-20 1.  LAB:   HOT HOT HOT! Lab-Hot Hot Hot

2. LECTURE: Temperature, Heat, and Thermal Energy

PowerPoint: Day1-Heat – Web

Notes: Notes-Thermal Energy

3. QUIZ:  Physical Science units

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4f3yk5

4. Define Vocabulary, Thermal Energy

Vocab – Thermal Energy

  • Lab due tomorrow
  • Finish defining vocabulary words
  • Quiz Friday
Wednesday, 2-21 1. LECTURE:   Heat, Conduction, Convection, and Radiation

PowerPoint: Day2-Heat Transfer – Web

2. Practice Heat Transfer Practice

  • Vocab Quiz Friday
  •  Practice handout due tomorrow
Thursday, 2-22 1. LAB: Heating Up, Which Way? Lab-Heating up Which Way

2. PRACTICE: Thermal Energy

Handout-Thermal Energy Practice

  • Vocab Quiz Friday
  • Lab due Tuesday
  • Handout due tomorrow
Friday, 2-23 1. QUIZ:   Thermal Energy Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4fqy1v

2. LECTURE:   Specific Heat

PowerPoint: Day4-Specific heat – Web

3. Specific Heat and Thermal Energy Practice Specific Heat and Thermal Practice

  • Specific heat handout due Monday
  • Lab due Tuesday
Monday, 2-26
  1. LAB: How Much Energy? Lab-Energy content of food
  • Lab due Friday
Tuesday, 2-27 1. LAB: How Much Energy?
  • Lab due Friday
Wednesday, 2-28 1. Review for Thermal Energy test Review – Thermal energy
  • Review due tomorrow for test redo credit
Thursday, 3-1
  1. THERMAL ENERGY TEST
  • Lab due Tuesday

COMMON ASSESSMENT – Unit Test over Energy

Friday, 3-2 1. REVIEW: summative test Common Assessment Review

PowerPoint: Unit One – Energy – Common Assessment Review

  • Review due Monday for test redo credit
Monday, 3-5 1.  TEST: Summative test over Motion, Force, Energy, Work, Machines, and Thermal Energy
  • None

TOPICS:    MACHINES                                                                                    SPRING 2018

SPS8.  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the relationships among force, mass, and motion

  1. Use mathematics and computational thinking to identify the relationships between work, mechanical advantage, and simple machines.
DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Tuesday, 2-6 1.  NOTES:  Machines

PowerPoint: Day1-Machines – Web

Notes (all): Notes-Machines

2.  PRACTICE: Mechanical Advantage Handout-Mechanical Advantage

3.   VOCAB: Machines Vocab-Machines

  • Handout due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary Quiz Monday
Wednesday, 2-7 1.  LAB: A Simple Machine Lab-A simple machine

2.  NOTES: Simple Machines

PowerPoint: Day2-Simple Machines – Web

3.  PRACTICE: Simple Machines (One) Handout-Simple Machines – MA

  • Handout due tomorrow
  • Lab due tomorrow
Thursday, 2-8 1.  REVIEW: Simple Machines, Mechanical Advantage

2.  PRACTICE: Simple Machines (Two) Handout-Simple Machines Two

  • Mechanical Advantage due today
  • Handout due tomorrow
Friday, 2-9 1.  LAB:  Simple Machines: Incline Plane  Lab-Simple Machines lab-InclinePLane-Pulley
  • Incline Plane and Pulley lab due Wednesday
Monday, 2-12 1. QUIZ: Vocab-Machines

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4cy5dg

2.  LAB:  Simple Machines: Pulley  Lab-Simple Machines lab-InclinePLane-Pulley

  • Incline Plane and Pulley lab due Wednesday
Tuesday, 2-13 1.  LAB:  Simple Machines: Levers Lab-Simple Machines lab-Lever
  • Lever Lab due Monday
Wednesday, 2-14 1.  PRACTICE: Harry and Pic Computer Simulation Lab-Simple and Complex Machines online Lab

Click here:  http://aspire.cosmic-ray.org/Labs/Machines/

  • Lever Lab due Monday
  • Computer Simulation due by Friday
Thursday, 2-15 1.  REVIEW: Machines Review – Machines

PowerPoint: Day7-Review – Web

  • Review packet due tomorrow
  • Lever Lab due Monday
Friday, 2-16 1.      TEST: Machines
  • Lever Lab due Monday
  1. TOPICS:  ENERGY, WORK, POWER
  2. SPS7.  Students will relate transformations and flow of energy within a system.1.  Identify energy transformations within a system (e. g. lighting of a match).
  3. Calculate amounts of work and mechanical advantage using simple machines.
DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Wednesday, 1-24 1. LAB:  Can you Sling it?

2. NOTES: Energy and Energy Conversions

PowerPoint: Day1-Energy – Web

Notes: Notes-Energy-Work-Power

3.  PRACTICE: Handout-Different forms of energy

– Finish handout for tomorrow
Thursday, 1-25 1. NOTES:  Energy Conversions

PowerPoint: Day3-Energy – Web

2. VOCAB: Define vocabulary words

3.  PRACTICE: Energy Transformations, One Handout-Energy Transformations PracticeOne

  • Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday
  • Handout due tomorrow
Friday, 1-26
  1. LAB:  How Can We Measure Kinetic Energy? Lab-Measure Kinetic Energy
  2. VOCAB: Define vocabulary words Vocab-Energy-Work-Power-student
  • Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday
  • Lab
Monday, 1-29
  1. NOTES:  Work                            PowerPoint: Day4-Work – Web
  2. PRACTICE: Speed, Acceleration, Force, and Work Handout-Speed Accel Force Work Practice
  • Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday
  • Handout due tomorrow
Tuesday, 1-30
  1. LAB:  Energy Transformations Lab-Energy Transformations
  • Lab due Friday
  • Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday
Wednesday, 1-31 1. QUIZ: Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_4cy40d

2. LAB:  Finish Energy Transformation

3. PRACTICE: Energy Transformations, Two Handout-Energy Transformations PracticeTwo

  • Lab due Friday
  • Practice handout due tomorrow
Thursday, 2-1
  1. NOTES:  Power                                     PowerPoint: Day7-Power – Web

2. PRACTICE: Work and Power Practice Problems Work and Power

– Practice handout due tomorrow
Friday, 2-2 1. Review for test  Review – Energy Work Power

PowerPoint: Day8-Review-Energy-Work-Power – Web

  • Review Packet due Wednesday
  • Study for test
Monday, 2-5 TEST – Energy, Work, and Power – Vocabulary Chapter 5 Quiz Thursday

TOPIC:      FORCE                                                                                                         SPRING 2018

SPS8.  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the relationships among force, mass, and motion

b. Construct an explanation based on experimental evidence to support the claims presented in Newton’s three laws of motion (demonstrate relationships among force, mass, velocity, and acceleration).

c. Analyze and interpret data to identify the relationship between mass and gravitational force for falling objects.

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Thursday, 1-4 1. LAB: Newton’s First Law Lab-Newton’s 1st Law

2.  NOTES: Force and Newton’s First law

PowerPoint: Day1-Forces-Newtons1 – web

Notes (all):  Notes-Force and Newton

3.  PRACTICE: Forces Vocabulary

Vocab-Forces-Student

  • Define vocabulary
  • Lab due Monday
Friday, 1-5 1.  LAB: Newton’s Second Law Lab-Newtons Second Law

2.  NOTES: Newton’s Second Law

PowerPoint: Day2-Forces-Newtons2 – web

3.  PRACTICE: Newton’s Second Law

Handout-Newton’s Second Law Practice

  • Finish Practice problems
  • Both labs due Monday
  • Define Vocabulary
Tuesday, 1-9 1.  REVIEW: Newton’s Second Law Practice

2.  NOTES: Newton’s Third law

PowerPoint: Day3-Forces-Newtons3 – web

3.  PRACTICE: Newton’s Third Law Handout-Newton’s Three Laws Practice

  •  Newton’s Third Law handout due tomorrow
  • Define Vocabulary
Wednesday, 1-10 1. LAB: Newton’s Laws  Lab-Newtons Three Laws
  • Newton’s Law Lab is due Monday
Thursday, 1-11 1. NOTES:  Friction

PowerPoint: Day5-Friction – web

2.  PRACTICE: Friction Practice Handout-Forces and Friction

  • Vocabulary Quiz is Wednesday
  • Newton’s Law Lab is due Monday
Friday, 1-12 1.      LAB: Friction  Lab-Friction
  • Vocabulary Quiz is Wednesday
  • Newton’s Law Lab is due Monday
  • Friction lab is due Thursday
Tuesday, 1-16 1.      NOTES: Gravity and Weight

PowerPoint: Day7-Gravity – web

2.      PRACTICE: Gravity and Weight Practice Handout-Weight and Gravity Practice

3.      Work on lab

  • Vocabulary Quiz is tomorrow
  • Friction lab is due Thursday
Friday, 1-19 1.      QUIZ: Forces Vocabulary Quiz

Quizlethttps://quizlet.com/_4921q7

2.      PRACTICE: Motion, Force, Gravity Practice  Handout-Motion, Force, Gravity Practice

3.      NOTES: Projectile and Circular Motion

PowerPoint: Day8-Projectile-Circular Motion – web

4.      LAB: Would a Gorilla Fall Faster than a Banana?  Lab-Gorilla and Banana

  • Friction lab is due Friday
  • Weight and Gravity Practice due Friday
  • Notes practice due Friday
  • Gorilla lab due Wednesday
Monday, 1-22 1.      REVIEW: Forces Test Review – Forces

PowerPoint: Day10-Forces Review – Copy

2.      Work on Lab

  • Gorilla lab due Wednesday
  • Review due Tuesdayfor test redo points
Tuesday, 1-23 1.      TEST: Forces
  • Gorilla lab due Wednesday

TOPIC:      MOTION                                                                                            FALL 2017

SPS8. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the relationships among force, mass, and motion.

a.  Plan and carry out an investigation to analyze the motion of an object using mathematical and graphical models.

DAY LESSON HOMEWORK
Monday, 12-4 1. NOTES: Speed and Velocity

PowerPoint: Day1-Motion-Speed – Web

Notes: Notes-Motion

2. VOCABULARY:  Motion Vocab – Motion

3. PRACTICE: Speed and Velocity Practice Speed-Velocity problems

  • Vocabulary Two list due Friday – QUIZ
  • Practice problem due tomorrow
Tuesday, 12-5 1. REVIEW:  Speed and Velocity Practice Problems

2. NOTES: Acceleration

PowerPoint: Day2-Acceleration – web

3. PRACTICE: Acceleration Problems Practice Accleration Problems

  • Vocabulary Two list due Friday – QUIZ
  • Practice problem due tomorrow
Wednesday,    12-6 1. REVIEW: Acceleration Practice

2.  LAB: Speed and Acceleration

Lab-Speed-Accel Car

  • Lab due Tuesday
  • Vocabulary Two list due Friday – QUIZ
Thursday, 12-7 1. LAB: Speed and Acceleration

  • Lab due Tuesday
  • Vocabulary Two list due Friday – QUIZ
Friday, 12-8 1. REVIEW:  Motion  Review – Motion

2. QUIZ: Vocabulary – Motion

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_43em5n

  • Lab due Tuesday
  • Study for test; Test review due tomorrow for test redo credit
Monday, 12-11 1. TEST – Motion – Lab due Tuesday

TOPIC:  MIDTERM

Tuesday, 12-12 1. REVIEW: Midterm – Atom, Radioactivity, Periodic Table, Bonding, and Nomenclature

PowerPoint (all): Midterm Review – All

Review Packet (all): Midterm Review – Unit 1-2

  • All work for Unit Two due by next Tuesday
  • Review due day of test
  • -Study for Midterm
Wednesday, 12-13 1. REVIEW: Midterm – Chemical Reactions, Matter, Solutions, Acids and Bases, and Motion
  • All work for Unit Two due by Tuesday
  • Review due day of test
  • -Study for Midterm
Thursday, 12-14 1. REVIEW: Midterm – 4, 5 Periods

2. Seventh: MIDTERM (no sixth period)

  • All work for Unit Two due by Tuesday
  • Review due day of test
  • Study for Midterm
Friday, 12-15 1.  MIDTERM; 1-2 periods

Half-day

  • All work for Unit Two due by Tuesday
  • Review due day of test
  • Study for Midterm
Monday, 12-18 1.      MIDTERM: 3-4 Periods

Half-day

  • All work for Unit Two due by Tuesday
  • Review due day of test
Tuesday, 12-19 1.      MIDTERM: 5-6 Periods

Half-day

 

  • All work for Unit Two due by Tuesday
  • Review due day of test

TOPIC:      ACIDS and BASES                                                                      FALL 2017

Students will investigate the properties of solutions.

d. Compare and contrast the components and properties of acids and bases.

e. Determine whether common household substances are acidic, basic, or neutral.

  • Explain the structure of the pH scale.
Monday 11-27 1.  NOTES:   Acids and Bases

PowerPoint: Acids and Bases – web1

Acid-Base Notes-PS – outline

2.  LAB: Testing a Grape Juice Indicator

Grape Juice Indicator

3.  VOCABULARY: Acids and Bases

Vocabulary – Acids and Bases

4.  PRACTICE: Properties of Acids and Bases  Properties of Acids and Bases

  • Vocabulary quiz Thursday
  • Handout due tomorrow
Tuesday, 11-28 1. NOTES:   Strength, pH, and Neutralization of Acids and Bases

PowerPoint: Acids and Bases – web2

2.  LAB:  Observing Acid Relief

Lab-Observing acid relief

3. PRACTICE: Strength of Acids and Bases

Strength of A and B

  • Strength of Acids and Bases due Thursday
  • Vocabulary quiz Thursday
Wednesday, 11-29 1. LAB: Household Acids and Bases

Household Acid-Base lab

  • Lab due Monday
  • Vocabulary quiz Thursday
Thursday, 11-30 1. QUIZ: Vocabulary

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_43ekcu

2. REVIEW:   Acids and Bases

Review – acids and bases

PowerPoint: Day4-Review – Acids and Bases -web

  • Lab due Monday
  • Test Review due tomorrow for test redo credit
Friday, 12-1 1.      TEST: Acids and Bases
  • Household Acids and Bases due Monday

TOPIC: SOLUTIONS                                                                                       FALL 2017

  1. Students will investigate the properties of solutions.
  2. Describe solutions in terms of solute/solvent, conductivity, and concentration

c. Demonstrate that solubility is related to temperature by constructing a solubility curve.

b. Observe factors affecting the rate a solute dissolves in a specific solvent

Thursday, 11-10 1.      NOTES: Solutions and Dissolving

All Notes: Notes-Solutions – outline

PowerPoint: Solutions – Day One

4.      PRACTICE:  Overview: Solutions

Overview-Solutions

5.      VOCABULARY: Solutions

Vocabulary-Solutions

–    Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday

–    Handout due Monday

Monday, 11-13 1.       NOTES: Factors affecting dissolving and Solubility curves

PowerPoint: Solutions – Day Two

2.      PRACTICE:  Solubility Curves and Solutions

Solubility and Solutions

  • Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday
  • Handout due Wednesday
Tuesday, 11-14 1.      LAB: Saccharine-y Sweet Solutions

Saturated Solutions

  • Lab due Friday
Wednesday, 11-15 1. Vocabulary Quiz – Solutions Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_3xu3p3

2. REVIEW: Matter  Review – Solutions

PowerPoint: Review – Solutions

  • Lab due Friday
  • Test Review due tomorrow for test redo credit
Thursday, 11-16 1.      TEST:  Matter
  • Lab due Friday
Friday, 11-17 1.      LAB:  Dry Ice
  • None!

TOPIC:  PHASES OF MATTER                                                                          FALL 2018

  1. Students will compare and contrast the phases of matter as they relate to atomic and molecular motion.
    1. Compare and contrast the atomic/molecular motion of solids, liquids, gases and plasmas.
    2. Relate temperature, pressure, and volume of gases to the behavior of gases.
  2. Students will relate transformations and flow of energy within a system.
    1. Explain the flow of energy in phase changes through the use of a phase diagram.
Thursday, 10-25 1. NOTES:  Kinetic theory, Four phases of matter

Notes (all): Notes – matter – outline

PowerPoint: Matter-Brim2016 – Phases

2. PRACTICE: Characteristics of Phases of Matter

Phases VisOrg

3. VOCABULARY: define

Vocab-Phases-Classes Matter

  • Finish Characteristics of Phases of Matter for tomorrow
  • Vocabulary quiz (#1-14) on Tuesday
  • Vocabulary quiz (#15-25) on November 5
Friday, 10-26 1. NOTES:  Phase Changes, Phase change diagrams

PowerPoint: Matter-Brim2016 – Phase Changes

2. PRACTICE:  Kinetic Theory and Diagram sheet (both sides)

Curve-Diagram

Kinetic Theory

  • Vocabulary Quiz (#1-14) Tuesday
  • Finish Kinetic Theory handout for Monday
Monday, 10-29 1. NOTES: Pressure, Properties of Fluids

PowerPoint: Matter-Brim2016 – Pressure-Fluids

2. LAB:  It’s a Gas!

  • Vocabulary Quiz (#1-14) tomorrow
  • Lab due Wednesday
Tuesday, 10-30 1. QUIZ:  Vocabulary List #1-14

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_3xu1dm

2. NOTES: Properties of Matter

PowerPoint: Matter-Brim2016 – Properties

3. PRACTICE:  Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter

Physical and Chemical Properties

  • Handout due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary Quiz over #15-25 Monday
Wednesday, 10-31 1. LAB:  Physical or Chemical?

Lab-Physical and Chemical

2. VOCABULARY: Define #15-25

  • Lab due Tuesday
  • Vocabulary Quiz over #15-25 Monday
Thursday, 11-1 1.  NOTES:  Classes of Matter

PowerPoint: Matter-Brim2016 – Classes

2. VOCABULARY: Define #15-25

3.  PRACTICE:  Classes of Matter

Matter-Visual Organizer

  • Class of Matter handout due tomorrow
  • Vocabulary Quiz over #15-25 Monday
Friday, 11-2 1. LAB:  Classy Matter

Classy Matter

  • Lab due Thursday
  • Vocabulary Quiz over #15-25 Monday
Monday, 11-5 1. Quiz: Vocabulary #15-25

Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/_3xu2ms

2. PRACTICE:  Computer

A.  Bitesize: Behavior of Matter

B.  Bitesize: The Particle Model

C.  Phase Diagrams and the States of Matter

D.  PhET – States of Matter: Basics

  • Classy Matter lab due Thursday
  • Study for test
Tuesday, 11-6 1. REVIEW:  Matter

Review-Matter2016

PowerPoint: Day9-Review-Matter – Web

  • Study for test
  • Test Review due tomorrow complete and on time for test redo points
  • Classy Matter lab due Thursday
Wednesday, 11-7 TEST: Matter
  • Classy Matter lab due Thursday

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