Oct. 28-Nov.1, 2013

Monday
Answer Bellwork: 1. Read page 560 2. Give a discovery of each of the following scientists: Rutherford, Soddy, Hahn, Strassmann, Meitner, and Fermi.
1. read chapter 19 section 1 in groups of 2 ( based on ability) and make their own notes. TSW be given 20-25 minutes to complete the task (depending on what is needed).
2.  answer the Self Check questions on page 577 (1-4).
3. Construct foldables study organizer page 569
4. Perform Launch Lab Observe Colorful CLues page 569
5. answer the chapter 19 section 1 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to Metals
6.. perform Mini Lab on page 574 Discovering What's in Cereal
7. answer the exit questions on m.socrative.com

Cultural Diversity & Cross-Curricular (science and history):
1. The use of metals for money began around the seventh century B.C. In the Middle East, bronze probably was first used, with gold and silver also exchanged. There is evidence that standard weight and value coins were developed in the areas of
modern Turkey around 650 B.C.
2. Identify Turkey  and the Middle East on a map
3. Have students to discuss what characterisitics make a material useful as money.

Tuesday
Answer Bellwork questions: 1. What are the three parts of an atom and what is the charge of each part? 2. What are quarks?
1. read chapter 19 section 2 in groups of 2 ( based on ability)
2.answer the Self Check questions on page 582 ( 1-5)
3. answer the chapter 19 section 2 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to nonmetals
4. Perform the mini lab on page 580
5. Use Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade to practice elements and symbols

Cultural Diversity and Cross-Curricular (science and history):
1. The Chinese recognized very early that seaweed, which is high in iodine, could be used to treat goiter, an enlargement of the thyroid gland. The information was not brought to Europe until several centuries later.
2. Locate China on a map and have students to explain why this information did not reach Europe until later.

Wednesday
Answer Bellwork question: 1. Explain the difference between atomic number and mass number.
1. read chapter 19 section 3 in groups of 2 ( based on ability)
2.answer the Self Check questions on page 591 (1-5)
3. answer the chapter 19 section 3 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to properties of matter
4. Use Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade to practice elements and symbols

Thursday
Bellwork: 1. Explain the difference between periods and groups of the periodic table.
1. answer the Chapter 19  Review questions 1-15 on pages 596
2. bubble map on page 597
3. Chapter 19 vocab quiz
4. Review for the chapter 19  test

Friday
Answer the bellwork question: 1Explain what electron dot diagrams are used to represent
1. answer the post-assessment on chapter 19
2. answer the pre-assessment on Chap 20
3. define all vocab words in chapter 20  and draw an illustration of each vocab word.

My Classrooms
Physical Science
Biology