GA STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE
GA STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE
S8P1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the structure and properties of matter.
a. Develop and use a model to compare and contrast pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures.
e. Develop modelsOF simple molecules.f. Construct an explanation based on evidence to describe conservation of matter in a chemical reaction including the resulting differences between products and reactants.


.GRADE RECVOERY FOR UNIT 6 TEST DUE FRIDAY DEC 15:






TEST: December 8
study guide:
Jeopardy Review:


PBL

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This unit will continue the PBL from the previous unit. The students will eventually use thier resumes to locate a good bonding partner in the class. Once they have made thier selection, they will complete an activity sheet which allows them to explain how and why they selected their partner.









test kitchen report is due at then end of class on Dec 6

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COOL AND HELPFUL STUFF

Build a Molecule
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Balancing Chemical Equations
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Reactants, Products and Leftovers
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bonding simulation


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ASSIGNMENTS


Fri 11/3
video

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Mon 11/6

2. Read and take notes on pages 90-100 Two Column Notes Template:

Two Column notes Compunds and Mixtures.docx
Two Column notes Compunds and Mixtures.docx

Two Column notes Compounds and Mixtures.docx



3.. section reviews in text: pages 93, 97

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Tues Nov 7 NO SCHOOL

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Wed 11/08-Thurs 11/09
  1. Matter observation lab: materials: water, tea, salt, density blocks, pepper & salt mixed, carbonated beverage, vinegar, dried beans, copper wire, sulfur, sugar cube
  2. Have students :
  • observe several items at their lab area and classify each AS EITHER AN ELEMENT, A COMPOUND OR A MIXTURE...THEN explain why you made the decisions you did.
This is a sample of what your lab chart should look like.
Item name
elements
Compounds
mixtures
Why?















Here is a document that contains pictures of the items in the lab:

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Fri 11/10
  1. warm up: Formative Assessment Elements, Compounds & Mixtures
  2. Review pages 364-367
  3. read and discuss pages 368-371 (notes)
  4. word up: chemical bonding, compound, valence electron, ion, ionic bond
HOMEWORK: SR page 371
This video is about ionic bonding


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Mon 11/13
  • 1. warm up: How is an ion formed?

2. Formative assessment (completed in class)
3. read & discuss pages 372-374 (note taking)
(vocabulary focus) covalent bond, molecule

The first videos are about covalent bonding.

These videos explain ionic, covalent & metallic bonding.
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Tues 11/14
    1. warm up: Quiz over ionic & covalent bonding
    2. read and discuss pages 392-397
    3. Handout on reading & writing formulas Great Combinations
    4. vocabulary focus: chemical equation, reactant, product, law of conservation of matter
HOMEWORK: Name That Molecule worksheet:
SR page 397

This video explains chemical formulas

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Wed 11/15-Thurs 11/16
1. warm up: What type of compound is NaCl, and what type is CO2?
    1. Compound Puzzles
2. notes on circle diagrams: circle diagrams

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Fri 11/17
1. Complete and discuss the Compound Puzzles from Friday
2. Find Your Work Partner”
>>This activity is the conclusion of the PBL from the previous unit. The students are to take the resume they wrote in the last unit and use that to find another “element” on the class with whom they can “work” or bond to make a compound. When they have located such a partner, then they should complete the associated worksheet.
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THANKSGIVING BREAK 11/20-11/24

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Mon 11.27-Tues 11/28
1. warm up: What are chemical equations and what are thier parts?
2. Quick Lab page 400 (use colored gum drops instead of clay)
Ask: Analysis Question: How does this demonstrate the law of conservation of matter (mass)?


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Wednesday 11/29
1. Handout: How to Count Atoms:

2, Balanced or Not worksheet:
3. Balancing Chemical Equations:
Balancing Chemical Equations
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HOW TO BALANCE CHEMICAL EQUATIONS: BALANCING CHEM EQUATIONS http://www.sky-web.net/science/balancing_chemical_equations.htm

Balancing Chemical Equations
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Thursday 11/30
1. Warm UP: List the physical properties of: sand. salt, iron filings, styrofoam,
(Make sure the kids remember: density, solubility in water, magnetism, particel size)
2. Mixture Separation Lab Activity:
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Friday 12/01

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Mon 12/4
LABS
Chemical Reaction Labs:
1. demo: hydrolysis
2. Labs related to The Chemistry of Baking:
yeast yeast 2 VInegar (or any acid) & Baking Soda Baking Powder & Water
3. Elephant Toothpaste (just for fun)
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Tues 12.5- Wed 12/6
Conservation of mass lab


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Thurs 12/7
review for test
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Friday 12/8
test
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