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Chemical Properties of matter

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Chemical Properties of matter
Atomic Structure
All matter is made out of atoms.

Atoms are made of protons (with a + positive charge), neutrons (with a 0 neutral charge), and electrons (with a - negative charge).
Bell Ringer 11.03.14
Title the top of your page "Bell Ringers 11.03" on page 56
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Learning Goal:
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Today:
Meet The Elements (page 55)
Inquiry Chart - What we know about atoms & elements
Finish Test
Update Table of Contents
Bell Ringer 11.04.14
page 56
Learning Goals

Update Table of Contents
Atomic Structure
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Today
What is the chemical formula for sugar? Sketch an example.
Learning Goals

Inquiry Chart
Model Atoms & Elements
Gallery Walk
HSC#5
5 Elements Poster Project
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Today
Bell Ringer 11.05.14
page 56
Write down two observations and draw a sketch from the video.
Learning Goals

Lecture about Smarties
Bell Ringer
Build an Atom Lab in Library
HSC#5 (Due 11/12)
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Today
Bell Ringer 11.06.14
page 56
Write & draw: one fact, one connection, and one drawing.
Learning Goals

Post Lab Quiz
Complete Project
HSC#5 (Due Friday)
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Today
Bell Ringer 11.07.14
write 1 paragraph or 2 sentences and 3 drawings
What did you get done on the project on Monday and what do you have left to do?
Bell Ringer 11.12.14
page 59
Set up your page with the title "Bell RIngers 11.10"
Bell Ringer 11.13
What is the atomic mass and the net charge of this atom?
Grade Lab & Post Lab Quiz
Complete Project
HSC#5 (Due Friday)
Periodic Table Foldable
Today
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Learning Goals

Determine the charge of atoms and describe rules for making positive and negative ions.
Contrast and describe different atomic models.
Bell Ringer 11.14
Today
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Learning Goals

Determine the charge of atoms and describe rules for making positive and negative ions.
Contrast and describe different atomic models.
Grade Post Lab Quiz
Ionic Bonding
HSC#5
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Learning Goals

Determine the charge of atoms and describe rules for making positive and negative ions.
Contrast and describe different atomic models.
Today
1.) Turn to page 60 and title it "Bell Ringers 11.16"
2.) Copy that title into your table of contents for pages 60 & 61
Bell Ringer 11.17
Where are elements made? How are they made?
Write 1 paragraph (3-5 sentences) and do one drawing while your watch the film.
from the film.
60
page
Now what?
If you are happy with your grade, go show your paper to Mr. Clayton so he can enter your grade.
If you aren't happy with your grade, you can study your mistakes, write notes on what you should do different next time & retake the quiz online:

http://www.space.com/19788-supernova-explosion-star-s-last-breathe-animated.html
Ionic Bonding
ionic bonding CCD pg 63
Cornell Notes on Periodic Table
HSC#5: Atomic Structure
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Learning Goals

Determine the charge of atoms and describe rules for making positive and negative ions.
Contrast and describe different atomic models.
Today
Bell Ringer 11.18
Sketch this element. Find it's name, mass, and charge.
60
page
Now what?
If you are happy with your grade, go show your paper to Mr. Clayton so he can enter your grade.
If you aren't happy with your grade, you can study your mistakes, write notes on what you should do different next time & retake the quiz online:
http://np1.nearpod.com/sharePresentation.php?code=b9e5d87e5a01465747488ee87b3e4e99-0
Learning Goals

Describe and explain how ionic bonding works.
Bell Ringer 11.20
60
page
Now what?
If you are happy with your grade, go show your paper to Mr. Clayton so he can enter your grade.
If you aren't happy with your grade, you can study your mistakes, write notes on what you should do different next time & retake the quiz online:
http://np1.nearpod.com/sharePresentation.php?code=b9e5d87e5a01465747488ee87b3e4e99-0
Bell Ringer
Ionic Bonding Activity
Ionic bonding CCD pg 63
Cornell Notes on pages 137-143
HSC#5: Atomic Structure
Today
Sketch this element. Find it's name, mass, and if it is a cation(+) or an anion(-).
Learning Goals

Lecture about Smarties
Bell Ringer
Build an Atom Lab in Library
HSC#5 (Due 11/12)
Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons within an atom and describe their location.
Today
Bell Ringer 11.06.14
page 56
Write & draw: one fact, one connection, and one drawing.
Bell Ringer 12.05
Bell Ringer 12.04
Bell Ringer 12.01
Monday 12.01 Dynamite & TNT
Titles & Table of Contents
pages 62-63 BR 12.01
pages 68-69 BR 12.08
pages 70-71 BR 12.15
pages 62-63
The Periodic Table
Today
This Week
Elements Project
2 facts
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-
2 Connections
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-
Bell Ringer 12.02
pgs 62-63
Create a drawing and write down two facts about thermite.
Today:
work plan
project
Learning Goals

Bell Ringer
Complete Prezi Presentations.
Fill in Work Log & Project Plan (on computer cart)
Use a variety of resources to investigate physical & chemical properties of elements.

Research and present a social justice issue connected to an element.
Today
Bell Ringer 12.03.14
page 63
This is an open pit copper mine. Sketch the photo and write down 2 detailed observations.
Learning Goals

Bell Ringer
Chemistry A Volatile History Notes
4 Connections
Use a variety of resources to investigate physical & chemical properties of elements.

Research and present a social justice issue connected to an element.
page 63
What do you know about how the periodic table is organized?
Write down one question about how the periodic table is organized?
Bell Ringer
Finish Project
Conference w/ Mr C
Use a variety of resources to investigate physical & chemical properties of elements.

Research and present a social justice issue connected to an element.
page 63
Learning Goals
Today
Write 3 sentences that describe the social justice problem that the film discusses.
Element Prezi Project
Physical Properties
Density
 Color
 State at room temperature
 Boiling point
 Melting point
 One interesting fact about the physical properties
 3 images
Chemical Properties
 Reactivity
 Flammability
 Toxicity
 malleability
 One interesting fact about the chemical properties
 3 images
 one video that shows a chemical property or reaction

History
 Who discovered it, where, and when
 A least four bullet points, written in your own words
 One interesting fact about the history
 3 images

 Who discovered it, where, and when
 A least four bullet points, written in your own words
 One interesting fact about the history
 3 images
How humans use it
 1 image
 1-3 sentences that clearly links the issue to the element

Social Justice Issue: Connection
Social Justice Issue: Problem
 one video that describes the social justice problem (1-4 minutes)
 A least four bullet points, written in your own words
 2 images
Social Justice Issue: Solutions
 A least four bullet points, written in your own words
 2 images
Works Cited
 includes 4 sources
http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/video/2014/jun/24/bolivia-child-miners-cerro-rico-potosi-silver-video
What did you learn from the film yesterday? Write 3 sentences.
Bell Ringer 12.08
What do lithium, sodium, and potassium have in common?
Today:
complete presentations

Tomorrow:
give presentations
sodium
pg 68
Bell Ringer 12.09
A physical change is a change that doesn't result in a new substance.

A chemical change results in a new substance.

Give an example of each:
Today:
check in
give presentations
pg 68
Bell Ringer 12.10.14
Sort the following images into the two categories.
After you are done, correct any mistakes you made.
chemical changes
physical changes
pg 68
salt mixed into water
potassium dropped into water
ice cube is broken
iron pipe is rusting
baking soda and vinegar mixed together
WANTED
CRIMES: using chemicals to make fancy glass devices for evil experiments, measuring 45 Elements without permission, messing with silica
JJ Berzelius
last seen in Sweden with his criminal associate

to claim reward: bring the body of Mr Berzelius to the offices of the Jealous & Evil Hater Scientists Association of Sweden.
reward: $50,000
"The Swedish Chef"
Resources
Chemical Reactions
Learning Goals

Bell Ringer
PIC: Periodic Table Basics
Cornell Notes on Periodic Table (pg 67)
Complete 4 Connections (pg 64)
Work on Homework
Describe the organization of the periodic table.

Describe the major families of the periodic table.
Today
Bell Ringer 12.11.14
68-69
pages
Write & Draw:
2 Observations
1 Drawing
1 Question

be ready to share!
Learning Goals

Bell Ringer
Presentations


Cornell Notes on Periodic Table (pg 67)
Complete 4 Connections (pg 64)
HSC #6
Describe the organization of the periodic table.

Describe the major families of the periodic table.
Today
Bell Ringer 12.12.14
68-69
pages
Listen to the story and answer the questions in complete sentences.
http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=367092004&m=367154378&live=1
DUE
1.) Who is the scientist in the story?
2.) What is she studying?
3.) What is the name of her branch of science?
4.) Where is she doing her research?
5.) Why does she think some people were buried with a sickle around their neck?
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141126144233.htm
Bell Ringer 12.15.14
pgs 70-71
Write down your predictions on the two Frayer models and be ready to share them:
Reactant Product
Learning Goals
1.) Bell Ringer (show Mr Clayton your predictions)

2.) Read pages 197-204 in your textbook. As you read, take notes Cornell notes on those pages (write these down on pages 74-75 in your Science notebook)

3.) CCD Words (tape to pages 72 & 73 in your Notebook)

4.) Start on Notebook Checklist

Today
Define and give examples of chemical reaction, product, reactant.
http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/reactants-products-and-leftovers
http://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/balancing-chemical-equations/latest/balancing-chemical-equations_en.html
Resources
LISTEN TO
TALIB KWELI
& KRS-ONE
Bell Ringer 12.17.2014
Write & Draw:
2 facts
2 drawings
question
http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/how-its-made/videos/how-its-made-candy-canes.htm
Bell Ringer 1.5.2015
pgs 78-79
Learning Goals
Bell Ringer
When The Cold Wind Blows
Reactants & products Lab
Element Presentations / Notebook Checks
Today
1.) Describe how reactants are at the start of a chemical reaction and products are after the chemical reaction has stopped.

2.) Identify evidence that mass is conserved in a physical or chemical change.
http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/reactants-products-and-leftovers
The Lab
What are the differences between chemical and physical changes?

Create a T-Chart
write 6 bullet points
draw 2 drawings
chemical changes
physical changes

Bell Ringers 1.05.2015
pg 78
Monday
write three bullet points here
write three bullet points here
write three bullet points here
write three bullet points here
write three bullet points here
write three bullet points here
Learning Goals
Bell Ringer
Reactants & Products Lab
Work on Notebook Checks
Today
1.) Describe how reactants are at the start of a chemical reaction and products are after the chemical reaction has stopped.

2.) Identify evidence that mass is conserved in a physical or chemical change.
http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/reactants-products-and-leftovers
The Lab
Create a color illustration of one chemical reaction from the video and label it.

Bonus Points:
What are the signs that this is a chemical change and not a physical change?
Beautiful Chemical Reactions
Bell Ringers 1.06.2015
pg 78
Tuesday
1.) Google "phet reactant," click "download" button
2.) Tape or Glue the lab pages into your notebook.
3.) Work with a partner of your choice.
4.) If you finish early, you may explore other phet sims.
5.) DON'T LOG OUT. Return laptops to slot in computer cart.
you are responsible for making sure your assigned laptop is in the correct space.
Learning Goals
Bell Ringer
Work on Notebook Checks & Element Prezi
Reactants & Products Lab
Today
1.) Describe how reactants are at the start of a chemical reaction and products are after the chemical reaction has stopped.

2.) Identify evidence that mass is conserved in a physical or chemical change.
http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/reactants-products-and-leftovers
The Lab
Copy down the diagram.
When you are done, draw a box around the reactants and circle the products.
Bell Ringer 1.07.2015
pg 78
Wednesday
1.) Google "phet reactant," click "download" button
2.) Work with a partner of your choice.
4.) If you finish early, you may explore other phet sims.
5.) DON'T LOG OUT. Return laptops to slot in computer cart.
you are responsible for making sure your assigned laptop is in the correct space.
DON'T OPEN LAPTOPS UNTIL YOU FINISH YOUR BELL RINGER!
alligator clips
Learning Goals
Bell Ringer
Electrolysis Lab
Today
1.) Describe how reactants are at the start of a chemical reaction and products are after the chemical reaction has stopped.

2.) Identify evidence that mass is conserved in a physical or chemical change.
The Lab
Sketch and write about the reaction taking place in the video.
Bell Ringer 1.08.2015
pg 79
Thursday
Learning Goals
Bell Ringer
Electrolysis Lab
Today
1.) Describe how reactants are at the start of a chemical reaction and products are after the chemical reaction has stopped.

2.) Identify evidence that mass is conserved in a physical or chemical change.
The Lab
contrast ionic and covaelent
Bell Ringer 1.08.2015
pg 79
Thursday
Learning Goals
Bell Ringer
Electrolysis Lab
Today
1.) Describe how reactants are at the start of a chemical reaction and products are after the chemical reaction has stopped.

2.) Identify evidence that mass is conserved in a physical or chemical change.
Procedures
contrast ionic and covaelent
Bell Ringer 1.12.2015
pg 80
Thursday
Learning Goals
Bell Ringer
Electrolysis Lab
Today
1.) Describe how reactants are at the start of a chemical reaction and products are after the chemical reaction has stopped.

2.) Identify evidence that mass is conserved in a physical or chemical change.
Describe how Lavoisier found the law. (5 sentences + 1 drawing.)
Bell Ringer 1.27.2015
pg 94
Tuesday
Watch the video and write 3 sentences that describe our lab procedure today.
Ve el video y escribe 3 oraciones sobre los pasos en nuestra investigación hoy.

Bell Ringer 2.06.15
Today
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