Physical Science- Feb 19-23

Topic: Motion Unit

Classwork:
Mastery Model Motion Unit Packet
Velocity & Speed Worksheet

Homework:
Reading ?’s 9.3– Due Mon, Feb 26th
**Additional homework may be assigned based upon the individual’s students progress through the unit.

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Physical Science- Feb 12-16

Topic: Acids & Bases and Motion

Classwork:
Motion Unit
Reading ?’s 9.1
Reading ?’s 9.2

Homework:
Acids & Bases Review (see below)- Due Tues, Feb 13th
**Additional homework will be assigned based on student’s progress in the Motion Unit

Test:
Acids & Bases Test- Tues, Feb 13th

Acids & Base Review-
Define: acid, pH, base, neutralization reaction, hydroxide ions, protons, hydrogen ions
Describe:
What do acids do when they are added to a solution? (Write a chemical reaction.)
What do bases do when they are added to a solution? (Write a chemical reaction.)
When are hydrogen ions form?
When are hydroxide ions formed?
What pH’s represent acids?
What pH’s represent bases?
What pH’s represent neutrals?
What does a negative logarithmic scale mean?
Write an equation for a neutralization reaction.
Describe what happens in a neutralization reaction.
What happens to pH during a neutralization reaction?

Basic Chemistry- Jan 29-Feb 2

Topic: Basic Chemistry

Classwork:
Covlent Bond Worksheet
Chemical Reactions Lab

For Study Hall: Monday, January 29th- Visit the BrainPOP website at the links below and complete the activities- To access the materials use- login: dsoffice; password- dsteacher2017.
Chemical Equations- Brain POP Quiz
Conservation of Mass  & Chemical Reactions -Brain POP Video- Complete the notes on Google Doc

Homework:
Reading ?’s 5.3– Due Monday, Jan 29th
Reading ?’s 6.2– Due Tuesday, Jan 30th
Basic Chemistry Review (see below)- Due Friday, Feb 2nd

Project:Element Project- Presentations on Wednesday, Jan 31st

Test: Basic Chemistry Test- Friday, Feb 2nd

Basic Chemistry Review

Define: compound, element, atom, molecule, ion, ionic bond, covalent bond, isotope, group, period, atomic number, atomic mass, valance shell, chemical reaction, reactants, products

Draw a simple periodic table-  

  • Highlight a group in blue
  • Highlight a period in pink
  • Write the oxidation number above each group in the periodic table.

Describe:   
the 3 basic parts of an atom, including their charges and where they are found
how electrons are placed in energy levels (be sure to mention how many electrons can be placed in each energy level)
which groups commonly bond together and why
which group does not typically bond and why
the basic characteristics of elements in the groups on periodic table.
what makes an element unique
why is the atomic mass a decimal
the history behind the periodic table
how the periodic table has changed and why
how the placement of an element on the periodic table depicts its properties
why do atoms want to form bonds
how to make an electron dot structure for an element
how the conservation of mass applies to a chemical reaction
the difference between a chemical reaction, having a chemical change, and a physical change

Write the basic equations for the 3 types of chemical reactions and describe these reactions

 

Physical Science- Jan 22-26

Topic: Basic Chemistry

Classwork:
Periodic Table Graphic Organizer
Bonding Activities

Homework:
Reading ?’s 4.2– Due Monday, January 22nd
Reading ?’s 5.1– Due Wednesday, January 24th
Reading ?’s 5.2– Due Friday, January 26th
Reading ?’s 5.3– Due Monday, January 29th

Project:
Element Project- see requirements below- Due Wednesday, January 31st

Element Project
60 points

History: (10 points)
When was this element declared an element?
Who (or what people group) worked with this material in the “early” days?

Periodic Table Information: (5 points)
Atomic Mass
Atomic Number
Atomic Symbol
Group name
Period number

Properties: (10 points)
How does this element react with others?
What unique properties does this element, specifically relating to its group and period?

Drawings: (10 points)
Element drawn with electrons, protons, and neutrons in proper spots
Lewis dot structure
Uses: (10 points)
How is this element used in its pure form
With what elements is this commonly combined and how are these compounds used

Obtaining it: (10 points)
How is this material obtained?
What purification methods are used?

Appearance: (5 points)
Colorful
Neatly written and drawn
Proper grammar and spelling

Physical Science- December 4th-8th

To continue with online learning for December 4th and 5th, please see the videos below.

After watching these two videos and taking into consideration what you have learned about solid, liquids, and gases and the changes between the phases, write a one page summary to describe what happens as water moves through all the phases.  Your paper should focus on the particle’s motion and energy in all phases and transitions.
When we return to school on Wednesday, we will continue with in-class presentations of our science fair projects.  The schedule has been modified to match the shortened class period time.  Please see this Google Doc with the modified schedule.

Physical Science- Online Work- for Nov 29-Dec 1

We will pick up with science fair when we return to school.  Please be prepared to present your projects on Monday.  I’m looking forward to seeing your presentations!

Meanwhile, here are a few things to do to review what you have been studying from Chapter 3.
See this video about how water’s molecules move in each state of matter.  In your notes, write a describe of the molecules arrangement and movement.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cPzIedn6k8 
Complete the Math Analyzing Data from Chapter 3, Section 2.
We will review these in class next week.