MArch 24-28, 2014

Monday
Answer the bellwork: 1. Explain how molecules move in a solid, gas, and a liquid. 2. Explain the difference between an amorphous solid and a liquid crystal.
1. review the main ideas of chapter 15 Matter and chapter 16 kinetic theory
2. answer the Chapter 15  Review questions 1-19 on pages 470-471  including the bubble map

Tuesday
Answer Bellwork:1. Read page 498 and answer questions 1-2
1. answer the post-assessment on chapter 15 and 15.1
2. answer the pre-assessment on Properties of atoms
3. define all vocab words in chapter 17 and draw an illustration of each vocab word.

Wednesday
Answer Bellwork: Read page 498. 1. What is the world's coldest substance? 2. What is cryogenics? 3. What is oxyacetylene used for?
1. read chapter 17 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 511 (1-5).
3. answer the chapter 17 section 1 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to Composition of matter.
4. perform Mini Lab on page 509 Modeling an ALuminum Atom
5. CROSS CURRICULUM (Physical science and History): construct a timeline of the various atomic models and the scientists who proposed them from Democritus in ancient times until the present
6. answer the exit questions on m.socrative.com

Thursday
Answer Bellwork: 1. What are the three parts of an atom? 2. What is the charge of each atomic particle?
1. read chapter 17 section 2 in groups of 2 ( based on ability)
2.answer the Self Check questions on page 51 ( 1-5)
3. answer the chapter 17 section 2 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to properties of matter
4. Use Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade to practice elements and symbols

Friday
Answer Bellwork: 1. Explain the difference between atomic number and atomic mass. 2. Calculate the number of protons, electrons, and neutrons of phosphorus by using the atomic number and atomic mass.
1. read chapter 17 section 3 in groups of 2 ( based on ability)
2.answer the Self Check questions on page 524 (1-4)
3. answer the chapter 17 section 3 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to properties of matter
4. Mini lab on page 517 Organizing a personal periodic table
5. CULTURAL DIVERSITY: Students will make a list of elements that are named after countries or cities. A map will then be used to locate each city or country.
6. Use Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade to practice elements and symbols

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