Monday: Intro to Motion
Bell Ringer #16: Describe your position in the classroom using a reference point (ie. the door, the SmartBoard, another student’s seat) and a set of directions from that reference point.
Wind-Up Toy Demo
Directed Reading – Ch. 5 Section 1 (due at the end of class)
DUE: Balancing Chemical Equations (3rd and 5th Block, 4th Block due by Friday 11/3)
Bell Ringer #17: How do you know when an object is “in motion”?
Speed, Time, Distance Practice Problems (finish for HW if not completed)
Wednesday: Motion Graphs
Bell Ringer #18: Practice calculating speed
Notes: Motion Graphs
Practice Problems using Motion Graphs (finish for HW if not done in class)
Bell Ringer #19: What kind of motion is shown in the motion graph?
Bill Nye Video: Forces and Motion
(Only saw 4th and 5th Block)
Friday: Domino Lab
Bell Ringer #20
Introduce Domino Lab
Post-Lab Questions (due Monday, 11/6 if not completed in class)
Monday: Distributive Property in Multi-Step Equations
Guided Notes: Distributive Property in Multi-Step Equations
CW/HW: Eight Buttons Pizzazz w/s (p. 42)
*** Extra Credit *** –> Finish the Headlines w/s (#5-14… 1-4 were done in class) – DUE WEDNESDAY (11/1) and will NOT be accepted if LATE!!!
Tuesday: Story Problems
Check HW (p. 42 Eight Buttons)
Notes: 5 Step Plan
CW/HW: Story Problems Handout
Wednesday: Error Analysis
Check HW (Story Problems)
HW: Study for QUIZ
6th and 7th Block did not meet today
HW: Weekly Skills #13 DUE TOMORROW
Friday: Equations Quiz
Check Error Analysis HW
Work on Ch. 4 Study Guide (Test is 11/10)
Monday: Review for Test
Study Guide due
Tuesday: Unit 2 Ch. 3 Test
Wednesday: Lesson 4.2 and 4.3
Finish Ch. 3 Test
p. 277 in book for notes
Writing and Solving Two-Step Equations
CW/HW: Pizzazz w/s p. 36 & 37
Thursday: Lesson 4.2 and 4.3
Review Pizzazz w/s p. 36
Setting up USA Test Prep accounts
CW/HW: Pizzazz w/s p. 37 (extended 1 day)
Friday: Lesson 4.5
Guided notes: Number of Solutions for Linear Equations
Solving Equations with Variables on both sides
CW/HW: Pizzazz w/s p. 41 (due MONDAY, for a grade)
Monday: History of the Atom
Bell Ringer #11: What forces do you think hold an atom together? Explain your reasoning. Answer: It is electromagnetic force because the positive protons and negative electrons attract to each other, holding the atom together.
Where Is It? Activity (p. 54 in IAN)
History of the Atom Packet (could work in partners)
HW: Finish Unit 3 Study Guide due tomorrow (10/24)
Bell Ringer #12: What force(s) hold the NUCLEUS (protons and neutrons) of an atom together? Answer: STRONG FORCE
Bill Nye Video: Atoms and Molecules
Review Unit 3 Study Guide
HW: STUDY FOR TEST!!!
Wednesday: Periodic Table Bingo
Review using periodic table to identify elements and find information on their atomic structure.
HW: STUDY FOR TEST!!!
Thursday: Unit 3 Test – Atoms and the Periodic Table
Friday: Chemical Equations and Conservation of Mass
Notes: Balancing Chemical Equations
Practice problems w/s: # 1-25 (due Monday if not finished in class – 3rd and 5th Block ONLY; 4th Block will get caught up at some point next week)