October 28th, 2016

Objective:

To discover how and where water is distributed on Earth.

 Lesson:  

  1. Bellwork:
    1.Where can we find useable water for humans?

    2.What percentage is found in those locations?

    • ¿Dónde podemos encontrar agua utilizable para los seres humanos?
    • ¿Qué porcentaje se encuentra en esos lugares?
  2. Review how water is distributed with students.
  3. Using this CUBE TEMPLATE, students will create a learning cube based on the distribution of water on Earth following Distributions of Water Cube Project Directions
    Can use this pie chart as a guide: http://americasbestairandwater.com/media/water_pie_charts.gif

Homework:
Discovery Educaiton Quiz 8 – Water Cycle

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October 27th, 2016

Objective:

To discover where in the world water is locate

 

Lesson:

  1. Bellwork:
    Why should we work to conserve our fresh water?  Explain in three sentences
    ¿Por qué debemos trabajar para conservar nuestra agua dulce? Explique en tres frases
  2. Water Distribution Lab

Homework:
-Discovery Education Quiz 8 – Water Cycle

Extra Credit- Elements

Choose an element from the periodic table, and write a one page HAND WRITTEN report on it.  In your report be sure to include the following:

  • Atomic #
  • Atomic weight
  • Valance Electrons
  • Reactivate
  • What family is it apart of?
  • When and how was it discovered?
  • What are it’s uses?
  • Any other interesting information

This report is worth up to 20 extra credit points towards the 1st quarter.

This assignment is due on Monday 10-24  WEDNESDAY 10/26

October 21, 2016

Objective:

To review our knowledge of what we have learned during our matter unit.

Lesson:

  1. Bellwork:
    How is the Law of Conservation of Mass best represented in a chemical reaction? (HINT: Why do we balance equations?)

    ¿Cómo es la ley de conservación de la masa mejor representado en una reacción química? (PISTA: ¿Por qué equilibrar ecuaciones?)

  2. Matter final exam study guide

 

Homework:
1. DiscoveryEducation.com Quiz on Chemical Reactions
2. Finish Matter final exam study guide
3. Study for Matter final exam