ES 24, February 12, 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:  Draw isobars and isotherms and use them to predict air flow.
Open:  weather channel
Work:  12.3 notes & section assessments
Close:  ticket out door, discussion of guest speaker

C 23, February 12, 2018

Standard: Develop and use bonding models to predict chemical formulas including ionic (binary and ternary), acidic, and inorganic covalent compounds.
Learning Target:  I can write names and formulas for covalent compounds.
Open:  classwork/homework check, self quiz on formulas/names ionic compounds
Work:  reteach as necessary ionic, notes on covalent compounds
Close:  Worksheet completion

ES 23, February 9, 2018

Standard:  Construct an argument that predicts weather patterns based on interactions among ocean currents, air masses, and topography.
Learning Target:  Describe each type of front and how it is represented on a weather map.
Open:  Weather channel.
Work:  Notes on chapter 12.2, complete section assessments
Front Lab handout,
Close:  Fronts Video, Discovery, through air mass review9

C 22, February 9, 2018

Standard: Develop and use bonding models to predict chemical formulas including ionic (binary and ternary), acidic, and inorganic covalent compounds.
Learning Target:  I can experimentally find the formula of a compound
Open:  prelab
Work: lab
Close:  lab report is ticket out door

ES 22, February 8, 2018

Standard:  Construct an argument that predicts weather patterns based on interactions among ocean currents, air masses, and topography.
Learning Target:  Draw how an air mass forms.
Open:  Create the organizer on p. 313
Work:  Create a diagram showing how each air mass in table 12.1 forms.
Close:  Assignment due

C 21, February 8, 2018

Standard: Ask questions about chemical names to identify patterns in IUPAC nomenclature in order to predict chemical names for ionic (binary and ternary), acidic, and inorganic covalent compounds.
Learning Target:  I can write names and formulas for ionic compounds.
Open:  check & go over homework
Work: Paper chemistry lab
Close:  prelab

ES 21, February 7, 2018

Standard:  Construct an argument that predicts weather patterns based on interactions among ocean currents, air masses, and topography.
Learning Target:  Describe how pressure and temperature move air.
Open:  Test remediation & corrections
Work:  Notes on 12.1, section assessments.
Close:  Assignment due

C 20, February 7, 2018

Standard: Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the chemical and physical properties of matter resulting from the ability of atoms to form bonds.
Learning Target:  I will be able to model the states of matter on a molecular scale.
Open:  Check Venn diagram
Work: Introduce Ionic bonding with notes.
Close: Worksheet of ionic compounds

C 19, February 6, 2018

Test day
Standard: Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the chemical and physical properties of matter resulting from the ability of atoms to form bonds.
Learning Target:  I will be able to model the states of matter on a molecular scale.
Open:  What are the 3 states of matter?
Work: Notes on matter
Close:  Venn diagram handout

ES 19, February 5, 2018

Standard:  All
Learning Target:  I’ll be ready for the test tomorrow.
Open:  check & go over 11.2, 11.3, & worksheet
Work:  Review guide for the chapter 11 test.
Close:  Go over questions from review guide as needed.
Test tomorrow

C 18, February 5, 2018

Standard:  All prior
Learning Target:  I can write electron configuration and predict the property of an element.
Open:  Electron configuration practice
Work:  Practice predicting properties.  Review notes
Close:  review test format

C 17, February 2, 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 can predict the properties of elements based on their location on the periodic table.
Open:  Element Symbol test
Work:  Review trends,  practice trends, complete worksheet
Close:  Test Tuesday

ES 18, February 2, 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 identify major cloud types
Open:  Introduce lab, video:  http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/labs/video_popup/3/19/
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/labs/video_popup/3/20/
Work:  Cloud Lab;  http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/labs/lab/cloud/research/classification/
Close:  lab due