ES 9, January 22, 2018

Test Thursday

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:  Students will be able to list the planets in order.
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

C 8, Janaury 22, 2018

Test Wednesday
Element Symbol Quiz tomorrow

Standard: Construct an explanation based on scientific evidence of the production of elements heavier than hydrogen by nuclear fusion.
Learning Target-: I can explain the difference between fission & fusion.
Open:  https://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/512648cc-0966-44be-8e37-ce8bfcedc109
(Reviews prior & introduces fission & fusion)
Work:  Notes on fission, fusion, & half life, isotopes & relative abundance
Close:  Problems 5-8 on homework sheet.

C 7, January 16, 2018

Standard:  Construct an explanation based on scientific evidence of the production of elements heavier than hydrogen by nuclear fusion.
Learning Target: I can use modern atomic theory to describe atoms and their parts.
Open:  Review activities for week:  Element Quiz 2 on Thursday, Test Friday
Work:  Black Box Lab, Atoms & Isotopes handout.
Close:  Review of the atom, models, isotopes

ES 8, January 16, 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:  Students will explain the formation of planets.
Open:  How did the planets form?
Work:  Video:  How the Universe Works: Birth of the Earth, Fill in blank organizer from page 5 of notebook.  Begin:  Lab- calculate age & weight on other planets.
Learning Target:  I can calculate my weight & age on another planet.  Complete Lab.
Close:  Announce Test Friday

C 6, January 12, 2018

Click here to take the 1st element symbol quiz.

Standard:  Construct an explanation that relates the relative abundance of isotopes of a particular element to the atomic mass of the element.
Learning Target:  I can explain the difference between isotopes.
Open: Check & go over worksheet from Monday.  Introduction of the isotope.
Work:  POGIL guide on Isotopes
Close:  work due, student questions.

ES 7, January 12 2018

Standard:  Construct an explanation of the origins of the solar system from scientific evidence including the composition, distribution and motion of solar system objects.
Learning Target:  Students will be able to describe the life cycle of a star.
Open:  Draw what you think a supernova looks like.
Work:  Create drawing of life cycle of star from teacher presentation/video segments Discovery Education & notes on section 29.3 text.

Ticket out door:  submit star life cycle or answer questions at end of 29.3

C 5, January 11, 2018

Standard:  Construct an explanation that relates the relative abundance of isotopes of a particular element to the atomic mass of the element.
Learning Target:  I can calculate the relative atomic mass of an element from abundance data.
Open:  Pre-lab- introduce lab simulation.
Work:  Rutherford’s Gold Foil simulation:  https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/rutherford-scattering
https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/isotopes-and-atomic-mass
continue notes, continue rest of worksheet
Close:  work due

ES 6, January 11, 2018

Standard:  Construct an explanation of the origins of the solar system from scientific evidence including the composition, distribution and motion of solar system objects.
Learning Target:  Where did the materials you’re made of come from?

Open:  Read revised twinkle poem.
Work:  Students generate a list of items on board.
video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKqvjEE0wFg discuss how heavy & light elements form.
video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DDEw6X2BhIy8  discuss which things were made by fusion
Lecture:  Where did stuff come from? 30.3 in text resources(students create organizer from material in video using teacher assistance)
Ticket out door– KWL

ES 5, January 10, 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.
a. Construct an explanation of the origins of the solar system from scientific evidence including the composition, distribution and motion of solar system objects.

Learning Target:  I know what tools we use to study the universe.

Open:  What tools do you think we have used to find out what we know about the universe?
Work:  List as many tools/missions as you can.  Show:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NASA_missions
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_exploration
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/edexcel/waves_universe/exploring_spacerev_print.shtmlRead:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/edexcel/waves_universe/exploring_spacerev_print.shtml
Close:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/quiz/q78395156

C 4, January 9, 2018

This day’s work completed on January 10. 2018 due to no school on January 8, 2018.

Standard: Evaluate merits and limitations of different models of the atom in relation to relative size, charge, and position of protons, neutrons, and electrons in the atom.
Learning Target:  Students can express the strengths and weaknesses of models of the atom.
Open:  demo pHet labs
Work: Models of the Hydrogen Atom:  https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/hydrogen-atom 
Atom Builder online lab:  https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/build-an-atom
Close:  labs due, teacher summary of labs

ES 4, January 9, 2018

Standard:  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to investigate the composition and formation of Earth systems, including the Earth’s place in the solar system.
Target:  I can obtain data to evaluate the impact Mt. St. Helens (geosphere) last eruption had on the local weather and the global climate (atmosphere) and explain why.
Open: 
First 16:40:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fArB5Jz2wos
Work:  Back to your sphere group- Write 10 statements of what effect what you have seen will have on your sphere at 5 miles, 10 miles, 100 miles, 1000 miles, and globally on your sphere.

What effect will those have on each of the other spheres?  Include data if you can.

share with the class.
Close:  http://abcnews.go.com/Archives/video/19-1980-mount-st-helens-erupts-9615491

Chem 3, January 8, 2018

This day’s work completed on January 9, 2018 due to no school on January 8.

Standard:  Evaluate merits and limitations of different models of the atom in relation to relative size, charge, and position of protons, neutrons, and electrons in the atom.
Learning Target:  Students can explain the roles of the different parts of the atom.
Open:  replay atomic scale video
Work:  Notes on the atom, worksheet 1-3
Close:  selected answers from classwork- complete -3 for homework.

ES 3, January 8, 2018

Standard:  Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to investigate the composition and formation of Earth systems, including the Earth’s place in the solar system.
Target:  I can explain where the “spheres” are and describe some ways they can interact.
Open:  Now that we know what earth systems encompasses, how are the sciences connected?  What would happen if we no longer studied on of the sciences?
Work:
Small groups teacher assigned- list & describe the spheres (add system group).
Create a poster explaining each and it’s link to the others.
Present posters to class.
Close:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tvWDPBNiD4