C 49, March 26, 2018

Standard:  Use mathematics and computational thinking to apply concepts of the mole and Avogadro’s number to conceptualize and calculate; percent composition, empirical/molecular formulas , mass, moles, and molecules relationships, molar volumes of gases
Learning Target:  I can use scientific notation properly and significant figures to properly solve problems.
Open:  Review sig figs & classwork
Work:  quiz on sig figs, turn in remediation sheet, reaction in a bag lab, homework:  Development of the mole worksheet, Re-test Wednesday if remediation sheet was turned in completed.
Close:  lab report due

ES 49, March 26, 2018

Standard:  I will be able to list and describe the different factors affecting erosion.
Open:  Erosion video from Discovery
Work:  Notes/read 7.2 with section assessments.
Close:  Ticket out door section assessments.

ES 48, March 23, 2018

Standard:  I will be able to explain the factors that affect weathering.
Open:  Read lab on p. 163
Work:  Lab, p. 163, go over section assessments from yesterday
Close:  Lab reports due.

C 48, March 23, 2018

Standard: SC3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about how the Law of Conservation of Matter is used to determine chemical composition in compounds and chemical reactions.
Learning Target:  I can correctly balance a chemical equation.
Open:  Review types &  balancing equations
Work:  Paper clip lab & remediation sheet
Close:  turn in lab

ES 47, March 22. 2018

Standard:  I will be able to explain the actions of ice, wind, & water on the formation of the landscape.
Open:  Physical & Chemical Weathering videos from Discovery
Work:  Notes/read 7.1 & section assessments
Close:  Section assessments ticket out door.

C 47, March 22, 2018

Standard:  Use mathematics and computational thinking to apply concepts of the mole and Avogadro’s number to conceptualize and calculate; percent composition, empirical/molecular formulas , mass, moles, and molecules relationships, molar volumes of gases
Learning Target:  I can report information from lab correctly using significant figures.
Open:  What is density?
Work:  Density lab, check & go over homework
Close:  Lab report

ES 46, March 21, 2018

Open:  Questions from review guide
Work:  Test
Standard:  I will be able to explain the actions of ice, wind, & water on the formation of the landscape.
After test:  Create the foldable on page 163.
Close:  Show me your foldable

C 46, March 21, 2018

Standard:  Use mathematics and computational thinking to apply concepts of the mole and Avogadro’s number to conceptualize and calculate; percent composition, empirical/molecular formulas , mass, moles, and molecules relationships, molar volumes of gases
Learning Target:  I can use scientific notation in calculations
Open:  homework check, power of 10 video
Work:  review notes on significant figures, go over worksheet, notes on powers of ten, worksheet
Close:  check with me

ES 45, March 20, 2018

Standard:  I will know the difference between weather & climate.
Open:  What is evidence of climate change?
Work:  Resume notes on 14.  Complete section assessments.
Close:  Take the review guide as you leave
Test tomorrow

C 45, March 20, 2018

Standard:  Use mathematics and computational thinking to apply concepts of the mole and Avogadro’s number to conceptualize and calculate; percent composition, empirical/molecular formulas , mass, moles, and molecules relationships, molar volumes of gases
Learning Target:  I can use significant figures in measurements.
Open:  demo calculation showing infinity
Work:  Notes on significant figures, worksheet
Close:  check with me

 

ES 44, March 19, 2018

Test Wednesday

Standard:  I will be able to identify the atmospheric conditions that lead to recurring weather.
Open:  Turn in your section assessments,  Discovery- America’s Great Drought video
Work:  Notes on 13.4.  Begin section assessments 14.1, 14.3, 14.4
Close:  Test Wednesday

C 43, March 16, 2018

Standard: SC3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about how the Law of Conservation of Matter is used to determine chemical composition in compounds and chemical reactions.
Learning Target:  Given the reactants, I can predict the products and produce a correctly balanced chemical equation.
Open:  introduce video
Work:  http://www.gpb.org/chemistry-study-of-matter/students/chemistry/semester1 with accompanying worksheets
Close:  work due

ES 43, March 16, 2018

Learning Target:  I will know what to do in the event of thunderstorm or hurricane.
Open: What’s the worst storm you have witnessed?  What was it’s effect on you?
Work:  Video- Katrina
Close:  Begin research on a storm to share a 1 minute presentation on.