Homework and Classroom Schedule

TEST TODAY- Wednesday

Bell Work- Warming up the Science Brain

·         Review keys terms

Pre-assessment/ Motivation (condition for learning) - Exhibit memory of previously learned material by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts, and answers.  Short discussion

·         A-Z discussion

 

OBJECTIVES (what will be learned)

Know Remembering- Exhibit memory of previously learned material by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts, and answers.

 *  Elements compounds and mixtures

 

Understand Understanding - Demonstrate understanding of facts and ideas by organizing, comparing, translating, interpreting, giving descriptions, and stating main ideas. Evaluating - Present and defend opinions by making judgments about information, validity of ideas, or quality of work based on a set of criteria.

 *  How to count atoms/ how to identify between a physical and chemical change

 

Do (Behavior) Applying - Solve problems to new situations by applying acquired knowledge, facts, techniques and rules in a different way. Analyzing - Examine and break information into parts by identifying motives or causes. Make inferences and find evidence to support generalizations. Creating - Compile information together in a different way by combining elements in a new pattern or proposing alternative solutions.

*  Identify various elements, compounds and mixtures through diagrams

Activities

* Take Test 

* Finish Chapter 5 Vocabulary

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOMEWORK AND CLASSROOM SCHEDULE

MAJOR TEST TUESDAY

Know the scientists that contributed to the design of the periodic table.
Know the design – periods, groups, metals, nonmetals, metalloids – where each are found on the periodic table.
Be familiar with the family names- alkali, alkaline,…
Understand the box of elements – atomic #, atomic mass, elements symbol, elements name – what each means and where it can be found in the box.

Study vocabulary.

CROSSWORD REQUIREMENTS
4 G_ P_
3 Element Symbols
3 Atomic Numbers
3 Atomic Mass
3 Chapter 3  terms



MONDAY
Bell Work- 
(Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 Students were asked to copy done all the information needed to make a study guide.

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 We talked about the importance of this test Tuesday

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Parts of periodic table

Parts of Atom

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How atoms, elements and the periodic table help us understand physics

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

 Finish Bingo Card

Finish all small projects assigned last week

Creat a Crossword that demonstrates and understanding of the information found on a Periodic Table

TUESDAY

MAJOR TEST TUESDAY

Know the scientists that contributed to the design of the periodic table.
Know the design – periods, groups, metals, nonmetals, metalloids – where each are found on the periodic table.
Be familiar with the family names- alkali, alkaline,…
Understand the box of elements – atomic #, atomic mass, elements symbol, elements name – what each means and where it can be found in the box.

Study vocabulary.


Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 A-Z Review

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Wordsplash Review

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 How to take a test

 

Understand (Criteria)

 The importance of taking your time and studying

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

 Take a 3 part test

WEDNESDAY

Lesson:

Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 Chemical Bonds 2 minute video

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Atoms to elements to compounds

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Types of bonds

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How most of your world are elements bonded together

 

Do/Demonstrate(Behavior)

Show that you understand key vocabulary

 Review the test scores from yesterday

 Atoms and Molecules Video

THURSDAY

Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 Chemical Bonds BrainPop

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Atoms to elements to compounds

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Types of bonds

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How most of your world are elements bonded together

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

Show that you understand key vocabulary

Use legos to understand bonds and compounds

 

FRIDAY

Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

Counting Atoms Worksheet

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Atoms to elements to compounds

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Types of bonds.

Keys terms Chapter 4

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How most of your world are elements bonded together

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

Show that you understand key vocabulary

Create foldables for key words.  Watch Chemical reaction Video.

 

HOMEWORK AND CLASSROOM SCHEDULE

MAJOR TEST TUESDAY

Know the scientists that contributed to the design of the periodic table.
Know the design – periods, groups, metals, nonmetals, metalloids – where each are found on the periodic table.
Be familiar with the family names- alkali, alkaline,…
Understand the box of elements – atomic #, atomic mass, elements symbol, elements name – what each means and where it can be found in the box.

Study vocabulary.

CROSSWORD REQUIREMENTS
4 G_ P_
3 Element Symbols
3 Atomic Numbers
3 Atomic Mass
3 Chapter 3  terms



MONDAY
Bell Work- 
(Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 Students were asked to copy done all the information needed to make a study guide.

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 We talked about the importance of this test Tuesday

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Parts of periodic table

Parts of Atom

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How atoms, elements and the periodic table help us understand physics

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

 Finish Bingo Card

Finish all small projects assigned last week

Creat a Crossword that demonstrates and understanding of the information found on a Periodic Table

TUESDAY

MAJOR TEST TUESDAY

Know the scientists that contributed to the design of the periodic table.
Know the design – periods, groups, metals, nonmetals, metalloids – where each are found on the periodic table.
Be familiar with the family names- alkali, alkaline,…
Understand the box of elements – atomic #, atomic mass, elements symbol, elements name – what each means and where it can be found in the box.

Study vocabulary.


Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 A-Z Review

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Wordsplash Review

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 How to take a test

 

Understand (Criteria)

 The importance of taking your time and studying

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

 Take a 3 part test

WEDNESDAY

Lesson:

Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 Chemical Bonds 2 minute video

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Atoms to elements to compounds

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Types of bonds

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How most of your world are elements bonded together

 

Do/Demonstrate(Behavior)

Show that you understand key vocabulary

 Review the test scores from yesterday

 Atoms and Molecules Video

THURSDAY

Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

 Chemical Bonds BrainPop

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Atoms to elements to compounds

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Types of bonds

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How most of your world are elements bonded together

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

Show that you understand key vocabulary

Use legos to understand bonds and compounds

 

FRIDAY

Bell Work- (Warming up the Science Brain)

 

Counting Atoms Worksheet

 

Pre-Test / Motivation / Set the Stage (Condition for learning)

 Atoms to elements to compounds

OBJECTIVES (Condition for learning)

Know (Criteria)

 Types of bonds.

Keys terms Chapter 4

 

Understand (Criteria)

 How most of your world are elements bonded together

 

Do/Demonstrate (Behavior)

Show that you understand key vocabulary

Create foldables for key words.  Watch Chemical reaction Video.

 

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