C 15, January 31, 2018

Standard:  Construct an explanation of light emission and the movement of electrons to identify elements.
Learning Target:  I can safely demonstrate an excited electron.
Open:  pre-lab
Work:  flame test lab
Close:  lab report due

ES 16, January 31, 2018

Standard:  Analyze and interpret data (e.g., maps, meteograms, and weather apps) that demonstrate how the interaction and movement of air masses creates weather.
Learning Target:  I will be able to explain how a cloud forms.
Activity:  Read 11.3 from the book.  Notes on chapter 11.3  Complete the section assessment questions.
Close:  ticket out door work due.

C 14, January 30, 2018

Standard:  . Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms
Learning Target:  I can write the electron configuration of any element.
Open:  turn in 2 graphs & 8 answers from Friday.  Review notes and 2 examples
Work:  Electron configuration pattern worksheet
Close:  pre-lab

ES 15, January 30, 2018

Standard:  Develop and use models to explain how latitudinal variations in solar heating create differences in air pressure, global wind patterns, and ocean currents that redistribute heat globally.
Learning Target:  I will be able to state the relationship between pressure & temperature in the atmosphere.
Open:  Complete the questions on 288 from yesterday.  Turn them in!
Work:  Pressure/Temperature Worksheet 28 & 29.  Read 11.2.  Notes.  Section assessments.
Close:  check & go over above

C 13, January 29, 2018

Standard:  Construct an explanation of light emission and the movement of electrons to identify elements.
Learning Target:  I can relate light emission and the movement of electrons to element identification.
Open:  woofer demonstration
Work:  Aspen Hilton, notes on electron configuration
Close:  practice writing electron configurations, Element Symbol Test Friday announced

ES 14 January 26, 2018

Standard:  Construct an argument that predicts weather patterns based on interactions among ocean currents, air masses, and topography.
Learning Target:  I will know the layers of the atmosphere and their components and order.
Open:  Complete the foldable from 281.
Work:  Notes on 11.1  Answer the questions on p. 288 1-7.
Close:  ticket out door

C 12, January 26, 2018

Standard:  Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms (i.e. including atomic radii, ionization energy, and electronegativity).
Open:  last element symbol quiz
Work:  Review yesterday’s activity, lecture on history of periodic table
Close:  Worksheet

C 11, January 25, 2018

Standard:  Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms (i.e. including atomic radii, ionization energy, and electronegativity).
Learning Target:  I will connect properties of elements with their location on the periodic table.
Open:  Review Clique activity from yesterday
Work:  Graphing Periodic Trends Lab
Close:  Ticket out- work due, last element symbol quiz tomorrow

ES 12, January 25, 2018

Open:  Answer questions from review guide.
Work:  Test.

Standard:  SES5.a  Develop & use models to explain how latitudinal variations in solar heating create differences in air pressure, global wind patterns, and ocean currents that redistribute heat globally.
Learning Target:  Explain how clouds form.
Open:  Begin Lab report for p. 281 & 295
Work:  Create foldable on p. 281
Close:  prelab

ES 11, January 24, 2018

Catch up day!!!

Standard:  All prior.
Learning Target:  I will know the order of the planets and basic information about them.
Open:  Complete presentations
Work:  Create the foldable on p. 795 of text book.  Teacher presentation on our solar system (28.1 -28.2)  Section assessments 28.1 & 28.2
Review Guide
Close:  Discussion of test format

C 10, January 24, 2018

Test day!

Standard:  Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms (i.e. including atomic radii, ionization energy, and electronegativity).
Learning Target:  I will know the general layout of the periodic table
Open:  Periodic Table Clique 1-5
Work:  Periodic Table Clique 1-5
Close:  Teacher summary of above

C 9, January 23, 2018

Test tomorrow!

Standard:  All prior
Learning Target:  Review of;
I can use modern atomic theory to describe atoms and their parts.
I can explain the difference between isotopes.
I can calculate the relative atomic mass of an element from abundance data.
Work:  check & go over homework.  Element Quiz 2, Review for test (format, sample questions, practice)
Close:  What do you need help with for the test tomorrow?

ES 10, January 23, 2018

Standard:  SES1 Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to investigate the composition and formation of Earth systems, including the Earth’s place in the solar system.
Learning Target:  I know the order of the planets in our solar system.
Work:  Small groups.  Create a Mini-presentation- expert on a planet & share with class.  Complete the Review guide 18