• DAILY AGENDA

     

    The Weekly Instructional Tasks (IT) and Learning Activities (LA) ASSIGNMENTS for Science will be posted here each Monday. Each entry should be completed on the Google Classroom.

    •   Classroom Codes:  1st = p3dvcod         2nd =  4lwrtdh         3rd = skd4den          4th = p3gy2tu          5th = y53zwbr
    •   Scroll down to see the Weekly Agenda and ASSIGNMENTS.

     

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at tlransfer@steilacoom.k12.wa.us 

     

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  • May 18 - 21/20

    Monday 5/18/20

    1. Go to your google classroom class and complete the "Review Earth Systems" and "Review Earth System II" Forms INSTRUCTIONAL TASK (IT)

     

    May 11 - 15/20

    Monday 5/11/20

    1. Watch the PPT video Earth's System V

    2. Go to your google classroom class and complete the "The Water Cycle" and "Water Cycle Around Earth" Forms INSTRUCTIONAL TASK (IT)

     

     

     

    May 4 - 8/20

    Monday 5/4/20

    1. Watch the PPT video Earth System's IV

    2. Go to your google classroom class and complete the "Continental Crust vs Oceanic Crust, and Water on Earth" form INSTRUCTIONAL TASK (IT)

     

    Tuesday 5/5/20

    1. Watch the video Types of Rocks and create a graphic organizer (LEARNING ACTIVITY).

     

    Wednesday 5/6/20

    1. Watch the video Rocks vs Minerals and create a Venn diagram (LEARNING ACTIVITY).

     

     

    April 27 - May 1/20

    Monday 4/27/20

    1. Watch the PPT video Earth's Systems III

    2. Go to your google classroom class and complete the "Inside the Earth Assignment 1" form INSTRUCTIONAL TASK (IT)

    3. Print or draw the Layers of Earth Graphic Organizer (INB 96) and Layers of the Earth Mini Booklet (INB 97) both are LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LA)

    4. Use this This video link to help you with the graphic organizers.

     

     

    April 20 - 24/20

    Roller Coaster Design Challenge is due this Friday, April 24th

    Earth's System II PPT

    Monday 4/20/20

    1. Go to your google classroom class.

    2. Open the Earth's Systems II post (located in classwork) to view the powerpoint.

    3. Complete Elements on Earth Assignment 1 and Elements on Earth Assignment 2

    Tuesday 4/21/20

    1. Elements of Earth Graphing Assignment there is a video for this assignment

     

    April 13 - 17/20

    Earth's Systems

    Monday 4/13/20

    1. Go to your google classroom class.

    2. Open the Earth's System post (located in classwork) to view the powerpoint.

    3. Complete Assignment 1 and 2 for Earth's Spheres.

    4. Complete the Earth's Spheres Doodle Sheet.

     

    Spring Break

     

    Week 3, 3/30/20 - 4/3/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    • Make sure that you join the google classroom
    • Your assignments for the week are below, click the link
    • Week 3 What makes fireflies glow?
    • This link Hi Guys, Let's touch bases!! will help explain how to use the handouts above with the google classroom
    • Go to the google classroom, complete each form
    • All forms are identified as Week 2, Day 1 and so on..
    • The new Instructional Task: Heat Transfer click here

    During this time of temporary closure, I encourage students to take advantage of all learning opportunities. No work will be required to be turned in, but I will offer feedback.

     

    Week 2, 3/23 - 27/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    • Make sure that you join the google classroom
    • Your assignments for the week are below, click the link
    • Week 2: What makes popcorn pop?
    • Go to the google classroom, complete each form
    • All forms are identified as Week 2, Day 1 and so on..

    During this time of temporary closure, I encourage students to take advantage of all learning opportunities. No work will be required to be turned in, but I will offer feedback.

    Week 1, 3/16 - 20/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    • Make sure that you join the google classroom
    • Your assignments for the week are below, click the link
    • Week 1: Why do windmills make electricity?
    • Go to the google classroom, complete each form
    • All forms are identified as Week 1, Day 1 and so on...

    During this time of temporary closure, I encourage students to take advantage of all learning opportunities. No work will be required to be turned in, but I will offer feedback.

     

    Wednesday & Thursday, 3/11 - 12/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    🎯:  Apply scientific ideas or principles to design, construct, and test a design of an object, tool, process or system.

    SG: Roller Coaster Design Challenge: 

    • Discussed research points (share with teacher)
    • Discussed possible solutions
    • Discuss and choose a group design
    • Discuss the construction method, type, and share with teacher

     

    Tuesday, 3/10/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    🎯:  Apply scientific ideas or principles to design, construct, and test a design of an object, tool, process or system.

    SG: Roller Coaster Design Challenge: 

    • Discussed research points (share with teacher)
    • Discussed possible solutions
    • Discuss and choose a group design
    • Discuss the construction method, type, and share with teacher

     

    Monday, 3/9/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    🎯:  Apply scientific ideas or principles to design, construct, and test a design of an object, tool, process or system.

    SG: Roller Coaster Design Challenge: 

    • Discussed research points (share with teacher)
    • Discussed possible solutions

     

    Friday, 3/6/20

    Summative Assessment: Thermal Energy

     

    Thursday, 3/5/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

     IP: Thermal Energy Review  Thermal Energy Review

    Students should be working on cheat sheets for the assessment on Friday

     

    Wednesday, 3/4/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    IP: Roller Coaster Design Challenge (research)

    Students should be working on cheat sheets for the assessment on Friday

     

    Tuesday, 3/3/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    IP: Roller Coaster Simulation Lab

    SG: Rollercoaster Design Challenge

    Students should be working on cheat sheets for the assessment on Friday

     

    Monday, 3/2/20

    🎯:    Define the X axis and Y axis.

             Examine the procedure for constructing a line graph from a given set of data.

             Construct line and bar graphs for data presented.

    WG: We finished Cricket Graphs

     

    Friday, 2/28/20

    🎯:    Define the X axis and Y axis.

             Examine the procedure for constructing a line graph from a given set of data.

             Construct line and bar graphs for data presented.

    WG: Cricket Graphs 

     

    Thursday, 2/27/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    SG: Lab Measuring Temperature Changes

     

    Wednesday, 2/26/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    WG: Discussion: Energy Doodle Notes

    IP: Review Complete the Notes INB 92

     

    Tuesday, 2/25/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    WG: Discussion: INB 90

    IP: Lesson 1, 2, & 3 Check: This is a textbook assignment

    HW: Energy Doodle Notes Review

     

    Monday, 2/24/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    IP: Lesson 1 and 2 Check: This is a textbook assignment

     

    Friday, 2/21/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    Summative Assessment: Energy Common Assessment

     

    Thursday, 2/20/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    IP: Calculating Mechanical Energy

    IP: Cheat Sheets are on regular filler "notebook" paper

    WG: Review for Assessment

    Homework: Cheat Sheets

     

    Wednesday, 2/19/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    WG: Transferring Thermal Energy INB 88

    WG: Transfer of Heat Energy

     

    Tuesday, 2/18/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    IP: Completed Energy Practice 

    SG: Completed Thermal Energy Activity

     

    Friday, 2/14/20

    🎯:  Use text to describe and explain the relationship between thermal energy, temperature, and heat.

    IP: Describe Thermal Energy, Heat, and Temperature 

    WG: Discussed descriptions of Thermal Energy, Heat, and Temperature INB 86

    IP: Energy Practice 

    SG: Thermal Energy Activity

     

    Thursday, 2/13/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    IP: Describe Thermal Energy, Heat, and Temperature 

     

    WG: Discussed the answers to the previous assessment

     

    Wednesday, 2/12/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    Made corrections to the Energy Assessment from Friday

     

    Tuesday, 2/11/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    Discuss the Energy Assessment, Reviewed Energy, will make corrections tomorrow

    Monday, 2/10/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    IP:  Topic 3 Review and Assess

     

    Friday, 2/7/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    Summative Assessment: Energy 

     

    Thursday, 2/6/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    WG: Reviewed Energy Transformation, Discussed  Renewable vs NonRenewable Fuels INB 81c 

    WG: Energy Review

    📔: HW: Study the notebook, and fill in Cheat Sheet

     

    Wednesday, 2/5/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    WG: Reviewed the Lab from Friday; discussed force, mass, and acceleration; and placed Renewable vs nonRenewable Fuels INB 81

    📔: HW: Study the notebook, and fill in Cheat Sheet

     

    Tuesday, 2/4/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    WG: Types of Energy Review

    📔: HW: Energy Transformation HW, Study the notebook, and fill in Cheat Sheet

     

    Monday, 2/3/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    WG: Forms of Energy Comic INB 80 INB 80b

    📔: HW: Study the notebook and fill in Cheat Sheet

     

    Friday, 1/31/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    SG: Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab

    📔: HW: Study the notebook

     

    Thursday, 1/30/20

    🎯:  Integrate quantitative information to explain the relationship between potential and kinetic energy.

    WG: Discuss the answers to the HW Kinetic and Potential Energy Practice

    IP: Calculating Kinetic Energy

    📔: HW: Study the notebook

     

    Wednesday, 1/29/20

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    WG: INB 76 review

    WG: Kinetic and Potential Energy comic

    📔: HW: Kinetic and Potential Energy Practice

     

    Monday -Tuesday, 1/27 - 28/20

    🎯:  Use visual representations to identify factors related to kinetic and potential energy.

    WG: Reviewed Force and Motional Assessment

    WG: Pre-Assessment on Kinetic and Potential Energy

    IP: Energy Can Make Something Move

    IP: INB 76

    📔: HW: Review the notes

     

    Friday, 1/24/20

      SENSATIONAL SIX MOVIE DAY

     

    Thursday, 1/23/20

    This Assessment was scheduled for last Friday. I was out sick. Students received Force and Motion Poster assignments instead.

    On Tuesday, we reviewed the Doodle Sheets and worked on the Posters.

    Today, students were allowed to used their Cheat Sheets, Doodle Sheets, and their Posters on the Assessment.

     Summative Assessment: Force and Motion

     

    Wednesday, 1/22/20

    🎯: Review Vocabulary

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Completed and Discussed: Doodle Sheets, Force and Motion Posters

    📔: Please complete CHEAT SHEETS

     

    Tuesday, 1/21/20

    🎯: Review Vocabulary

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Doodle Sheets INB 75INB 75b

    📔: Please complete CHEAT SHEETS

     

    Friday, 1/17/20

    🎯: Review Vocabulary

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: 1, & 3 -5;  Force and Motion Poster Project

    📔: 2nd ONLY  Work Force Doodle Review Students should work on this at home as well. 

    📔: Please complete CHEAT SHEETS

     

    Thursday, 1/16/20

    🎯: Review Vocabulary

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Work Force Doodle Review Students should work on this at home as well. 2nd Period DID NOT RECEIVE THIS HANDOUT

    📔: Please complete CHEAT SHEETS

     

    Wednesday, 1/15/20

    🎯: Review Vocabulary

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Speed Force and Work Warm Up

    📔: Force Review

    📔: Topic Review

     

    Tuesday, 1/14/20

    2 Hour Delay

    🎯: Review Vocabulary

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Small Group Activity: Completed Air Powered Mass 

     

    Monday, 1/13/20

    🎯: Review Vocabulary

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    🎯: Review application of mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Small Group Activity: Air Powered Mass F=ma

     

    Friday, 1/10/20

    🎯: Define: Forces vocabulary

    🎯: Apply mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Whole Group Discussion: HW answers and review of the week

     

    Thursday, 1/9/20

    🎯: Define: Forces vocabulary

    🎯: Apply mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Whole Group: Force Graphic Organizers  INB 71a  INB 71b  INB 71c

    📔: Independent: HW: Force mass acceleration practice

     

    Wednesday, 1/8/20

    🎯: Define: Forces vocabulary

    🎯: Apply mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Whole Group: Reviewed the answers to the Practice Problems

    📔: Whole Group: Force Graphic Organizers INB 70a  INB 70b 

     

    Tuesday, 1/7/20

    🎯: Define: Forces vocabulary

    🎯: Apply mathematical reasoning in order to calculate force, mass, and acceleration

    📔: Independent: Practice Problems

    📔: Whole Group: Force Graphic Organizers

     

    Monday, 1/6/20

    🎯: Apply mathematical reasoning in order to calculate the amount of work done and the amount of power used.

    📔: Partners: Review with Work and Power Practice Problems

    📔: Make Up: Those students that missed Friday 12/20/19 Completed Stair Climbing Lab

     

     

    Friday, 12/20/19

    🎯: Define energy, motion, force, and work.

    🎯: Relate energy to motion and force.

    🎯: Determine the relationships between energy, motion, force, and work

    📔: Whole Group Discussion: pages 6 - 8 of the HOMEWORK

    📔: Group Practice: Continued Stair Climbing Lab

     

    Thursday, 12/19/19

    🎯: Define energy, motion, force, and work.

    🎯: Relate energy to motion and force.

    🎯: Determine the relationships between energy, motion, force, and work

    📔: Group Discussion: Forces WS pages 6 - 8 are HOMEWORK

    📔: Group Practice: Stair Climbing Power Lab

     

    Wednesday, 12/18/19

    🎯: Define energy, motion, force, and work.

    🎯: Relate energy to motion and force.

    🎯: Determine the relationships between energy, motion, force, and work

    📔: Group Discussion of HW: Work and Power Practice Problems answers

     

    Tuesday, 12/17/19

    🎯: Define energy, motion, force, and work.

    🎯: Relate energy to motion and force.

    🎯: Determine the relationships between energy, motion, force, and work

    📔: Group Discussion: Energy, motion, force, and work. 

    📔: Graphic Organizer INB 68

    📔: HW:  Work and Power Practice Problems

     

    Monday -Tuesday, 12/16 - 17/19

    🎯: Define energy, motion, force, and work.

    🎯: Relate energy to motion and force.

    🎯: Determine the relationships between energy, motion, force, and work

    📔: Group Discussion: Energy, motion, force, and work. 

    📔: Graphic Organizer INB 68

     

    Friday, 12/13/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Performance Assessment Part I & II:  Paper Airplanes

     

    Thursday, 12/12/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Group Discussion: Candy Catapults (Graded notebooks)

    📔: Performance Assessment Part I:  Paper Airplanes

     

    Wednesday, 12/11/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Group Discussion: Candy Catapults (Tested the Catapults in the hallway)

     

    Tuesday, 12/10/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Group Discussion:  Candy Catapults

     

    Monday, 12/9/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Independent Practice: Warm Up: INB 57

    📔: Group Discussion: HW: Tower Challenge Students built their Tower (only if they did the homework)

     

    Friday, 12/6/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Group Discussion: Tin Foil Boats: Students designed and built final prototypes. I tested each group's boat with pennies.

    📔: New Challenge: Tower Challenge

    📔: HW: Tower Challenge

     

    Thursday, 12/5/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Group Discussion: Tin Foil Boats: Students designed and built prototypes.

     

    Wednesday, 12/4/19

    🎯: Identify and practice the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Group Discussion: Tin Foil Boats INB 59

     

    Tuesday, 12/3/19

    🎯: Identify the steps of the Engineering Design Process to develop a solution to a problem .

    📔: Whole Group Discussion: Engineering Design Process  on INB 56 - 57

    📔: HW: Upload your process on "How to make a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich" to the GoogleClassroom

        Classroom Codes:  1st = p3dvcod

                                       2nd =  4lwrtdh

                                       3rd = skd4den

                                       4th = p3gy2tu

                                       5th = y53zwbr

     

    Monday, 12/2/19

    🎯: Use lab tools to measure.

    📔: Independent Practice: Measurement Challenge

     

    Wednesday, 11/27/19

     

    Sensational Six Party

     

    Tuesday, 11/26/19

    🎯: Use lab tools to measure.

    📔: Independent Practice: Measurement Challenge

     

    Monday, 11/25/19

    🎯: Use lab tools to measure.

    📔: Group Practice: Volume Lab using a ruler and graduated cylinder

     

    Friday, 11/22/19

    🎯: Use lab tools to measure.

    📔: Group Practice: Measuring liquid volume using a graduated cylinder

     

    Wednesday & Thursday, 11/20 - 21/19

    🎯: Review the Periodic Table and Elements.

    📔: Individual Practice: Periodic Wanted Posters Wanted Poster Template

    HW: Students must complete posters. DO NOT PRINT THE POSTER TEMPLATE: Periodic Wanted Poster Link

            Students have worked on the "Fugitive File" in class, they only need to complete the Poster at home.

     

     

    Tuesday, 11/19/19

    🎯: Review of Physical and Chemical Changes.

    📔: Individual Practice: Newspaper Articles on Chemical and Physical Changes. Newspaper Template

     

    Monday, 11/18/19

    Students completed a reading and writing assignment about Taste, from Scholastic Reading.

    I was not present.

     

    Friday, 11/15/19

     Summative Assessment 

     

    Thursday, 11/14/19

    🎯: Perform and describe how to take accurate measurements

    🎯: Choose the proper metric base unit for each type of measurement (mass = g, volume = L)

    📔: Reviewed for Assessment

    📔: Homework: Cheat Sheet for Summative Assessment on Friday

     

    Wednesday, 11/13/19

    🎯: Perform and describe how to take accurate measurements

    🎯: Choose the proper metric base unit for each type of measurement (mass = g, volume = L)

    📔: Whole Group: Measuring Mass Practice

    📔: Small Group:Which Has More Mass? Lab

    📔: Homework: Cheat Sheet for Summative Assessment on Friday

     

    Tuesday, 11/12/19

    🎯: Distinguish between Qualitative and Quantitative Observations.

    📔: Whole Group:and Independent: Penny Lab INB 52 

    📔: Homework: Cheat Sheet for Summative Assessment on Friday

     

    Friday, 11/8/19

    🎯: Distinguish between atoms and ions

    🎯: Describe the difference between pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures

    📔: Whole Group: Discussion

     

    Thursday, 11/7/19

    🎯: Distinguish between atoms and ions

    🎯: Describe the difference between pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures

    📔: Whole Group and Independent: 

    • Gumdrop Molecule Lab completion
    • "Atom or Ion"

     

    Wednesday, 11/6/19

    🎯: Distinguish between atoms and molecules

    🎯: Describe the difference between pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures

    📔: Whole Group and Independent: Gumdrop Molecule Lab

     

    Tuesday, 11/5/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Whole Group: History of the Atom Model Project 

     

    Monday, 11/4/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Whole Group: History of the Atom Model Project

     

    Friday, 11/1/19

    Matter Assessment (Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table)

     

    Thursday, 10/31/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Whole Group: History of the Atom 

    📔: Whole Group: Review

    📔: Homework: Cheat Sheet

     

    Wednesday, 10/30/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Whole Group: History of the Atom 

    📔: Whole Group: Review

    📔: Homework: Cheat Sheet

     

    Tuesday, 10/29/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Whole Group: History of the Atom INB 44

    📔: Whole Group: Answers to Atoms Family Math Challenge INB 48 INB 48b

    📔: Homework: Atomic Basics (1-11) AtomicBasics

     

    Monday, 10/28/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Independent Practice: Atomic Model Timeline 

    • I showed the students how to find Google Drive, to copy and paste into Google Drive, and how to share the document with me. 

    📔: Whole Group:  Atoms Family Math Challenge INB 48

    📔: Homework: Complete the Atoms Family Math Challenge

     

    Friday, 10/25/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Whole Group: The Periodic Table INB 47

     

    Wednesday & Thursday, 10/23 - 24/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Whole Group: Atomic Structure INB 45

    📔: Whole Group: The Periodic Table INB 46

     

    Monday & Tuesday, 10/21 - 22/19

    🎯: Discuss the composition of Matter.

    🎯: Discuss the structure of Atoms

    🎯: Discuss the development of the Atomic Theory

    📔: Independent Practice: Atomic Model Timeline

    📔: Work on Atomic Model

     

    Friday, 10/18/19

    Matter Assessment (Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes)

     

    Thursday, 10/17/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Class Review Matter III

    📔: HW: Cheat Sheet 

    HW: Study for the Assessment on Friday

     

    Wednesday, 10/16/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Class Discussion: Atoms, Elements, Molecules INB 40b

    📔: HW: Cheat Sheet (not 2nd period)

    HW: Study for the Assessment on Friday

     

    Tuesday, 10/15/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Class Project: Changes in States of Matter Comic

    HW: Study for the Assessment on Friday

     

    Monday, 10/14/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Discussion: (HW) Changes in States of Matter: Odd One Out Worksheet INB 40

    📔: Class Project: Changes in States of Matter Comic

    HW: Study for the Assessment on Friday

     

    Thursday, 10/10/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Warm Up: Physical and Chemical Changes 

    📔: Discussion: Changes in States of Matter INB 39b INB 39c

    📔: HW: Changes in States of Matter: Odd One Out Worksheet Homework2

     

    Wednesday, 10/9/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Warm Up: Physical and Chemical Changes warmup

    📔: Discussion: Evidence of Chemical Changes Practice INB 38

    📔: Discussion: Changes in States of Matter INB 39

     

    Tuesday, 10/8/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Warm Up: Physical and Chemical Changes Warmup

    📔: Discussion: Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes Practice HW

    📔: Independent Practice: Evidence of Chemical Changes Practice INB 38 INB 38b

    📔: Exit Ticket: Formative Assessment: Chemical and Physical Changes Venn Diagram

     

    Monday, 10/7/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Warm Up: Complete Phases of Matter Poster

    📔: Discussion: Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes Practice Handout (Homework) HW HW HW

    📔: Exit Ticket: Formative Assessment: Describing Matter

     

    Friday, 10/4/19

    🎯: Classify matter as; elements, compounds, or mixtures.

    📔: Warm Up:  Review Homework

     

                  SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

     

    Thursday, 10/3/19

    🎯: Classify matter as; elements, compounds, or mixtures.

    📔: Warm Up: Handout "Elements Compounds Mixtures" Warmup

    📔: Independent Practice: Elements Compounds Mixtures Graphic Organizer INB 34 INB 34b

    📔: HOMEWORK: Handout "Elements Compounds Mixtures" Homework

                             : Complete any classwork Classwork

     

    Wednesday, 10/2/19

    🎯: Classify matter as; elements, compounds, or mixtures.

    📔: Whole Class: Reviewed past handouts on Elements Compounds Mixtures 

     

    Tuesday, 10/1/19

    🎯: Classify matter as; elements, compounds, or mixtures.

     

    📔: Warm Up: Handout "Elements Compounds Mixtures" Warmup

    📔: Independent Practice: Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

     

    Monday, 9/30/19

    🎯: Classify properties of substances as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Classify changes as either physical or chemical.

    🎯: Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.

    📔: Warm Up: Handout "Solids Liquids Gases" Warmup

    📔: Discussion: Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes INB 32 Matter II

    📔: Exit Ticket: Formative Assessment: Describing Matter

     

    Friday, 9/27/19

    🎯: Classify matter as; elements, compounds, homogeneous mixtures, or heterogeneous mixtures.

    🎯: Classify mixtures as; solutions, colloids, or suspensions.

    📔: Warm Up: Handout "Composition of Matter" 

    📔: Discussion: Solutions, Colloids, and Suspensions INB 30

    📔: Independent Practice: "Poppy's Mixture Mart" INB 31

    📔: Exit Ticket: Formative Assessment: Types of Mixtures

     

    Thursday, 9/26/19

    🎯: I can classify matter into categories including Pure Substances and Mixtures.

    🎯: I can explain the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures.

    📔: Warm Up: Handout "The Scientific Method" 

    📔: Pure Substances or Mixture Group Activity answers and discussion INB 29

    📔: Formative Assessment: Worksheet "Matter Rocks"

     

    Wednesday, 9/25/19

    🎯: I can classify matter into categories including Pure Substances and Mixtures.

    🎯: I can explain the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures.

    📔: Warm Up: Handout "Classification of Matter" 

    📔: Pure Substances or Mixture Group Activity continued

     

    Tuesday, 9/24/19

    🎯: I can classify matter into categories including Pure Substances and Mixtures.

    🎯: I can explain the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures.

    📔: Warm Up: How to be a Collaborative Student?

    📔: Introduction to Matter continued

    📔: Pure Substances or Mixture Group Activity

    📔: Exit Ticket: What is the difference between an element, a mixture, and a compound?

     

    Monday, 9/23/19

    🎯: I can classify matter into categories including Pure Substances and Mixtures.

    🎯: I can explain the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures.

    📔: Warm Up: What does STEAM mean to you?

    📔: Handout: Thinking Like (How to be) a Scientist INB 26

    📔: Introduction to Matter INB 28 Classification of Matter PPT

    📔: Exit Ticket: Handout "The Scientific Method"

     

    Friday, 9/20/19

    🎯: I acknowledge lab safety rules and understand their importance.

    🎯: I can safely use scientific tools to measure, and to make observations and inferences.

    📔: Warm Up: Discuss the Review Stations

     

                  SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

     

    Thursday, 9/19/19

    🎯: I acknowledge lab safety rules and understand their importance.

    🎯: I can safely use scientific tools to measure, and to make observations and inferences.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 23b

    📔: Summative Review Stations 

    👁 Exit Ticket: Teacher Observation

     

    Wednesday, 9/18/19

    🎯: I acknowledge lab safety rules and understand their importance.

    🎯: I can safely use scientific tools to measure, and to make observations and inferences.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 23

    📔: Summative Review Stations

    👁 Exit Ticket: Teacher Observation

     

    Tuesday, 9/17/19

    🎯: I can safely use scientific tools to measure, and to make observations and inferences.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 23

    📔: Water Marbles INB 18 INB 19 completed

    👁 Exit Ticket: Formative Assessment

     

    Monday, 9/16/19

    🎯: I can safely use scientific tools to measure, and to make observations and inferences.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 23

    📔: Water Marbles INB 18 INB 19 continued

    👁 Exit Ticket: Teacher Observation

     

    Friday, 9/13/19

    🎯: I can differentiate between a line graph, bar graph, and a pie chart.

    🎯: I can use a data table to create a graph.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 12a, INB 12b

    📔: Notes: Graphing INB 20

    📔: Practice: Types of Graphs INB 21

    📝Exit Ticket: Collecting Data & Graphing with Skittles INB 22 (returned on 9/19)

     

    Thursday, 9/12/19

    🎯: I can safely use scientific tools to measure, and to make observations and inferences.

    🎯: I can create a data table to collect and organize data.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 12

    📔: Data Tables INB 17

    📔: Water Marbles INB 18 INB 19

    👁 Exit Ticket: Teacher Observation

     

    Wednesday, 9/11/19

    🎯: I understand observations and inferences.

    🎯: I can measure using scientific tools.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 12

    📔: Graphic Organizer: Observations vs Inferences INB 15

    📔: Graphic Organizer: Metrics measurements and tools INB 16

    👁 Exit Ticket: Teacher Observation

     

    Tuesday, 9/10/19

    🎯: I can identify and use lab equipment and tools correctly.

    🎯: I understand the difference between observations and inferences.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 12

    📔: Graphic Organizer: Basic Equipment and Tools INB 13INB 13bINB 13c 

    📔: Graphic Organizer: Observations vs Inferences Venn Diagram INB 14a, INB 14b   

    📔: Exit Ticket: Observations and Inferences

     

    Monday, 9/9/19

    🎯: I can identify and use safety equipment correctly.

    📔: Warm Up: INB 12

    📔: Graphic Organizer: Safety Equipment INB 11a INB 11b

    📔: Graphic Organizer: Basic Equipment and Tools INB 13

    📔: Exit Ticket: How to set up a heading and how to complete a 3-2-1 Exit Ticket

     

    Friday, 9/6/19

    🎯: I acknowledge lab safety rules and understand their importance.

    🎯: I know how to get into my Skyward account and check my grades.

    📔: Discussion: Safe and Unsafe lab procedures.

     

    Thursday, 9/5/19

    🎯: I acknowledge lab safety rules and understand their importance.

    📔: INB 8, Safe vs Unsafe Lab Procedures Pocket Activity

    📝: Lab Safety Exit Ticket

     

    Wednesday, 9/4/19

    🎯: I understand Pioneer Middle School Student/Parent Information and Expectations for the 2019-2020 school year.

    🎯: I acknowledge lab safety rules and understand their importance.

    📔: INB 7, Lab Safety Rules Handout

    ❗️ : SHSD Parent and Student Handbook Acknowledgement Signature Page and Lab Safety Contract

     

    Tuesday, 9/3/19

    🎯: I understand, Class Procedures and Expectations.

    📔: INB 6, PPT Handout

     

     Friday, 8/30/19

    🎯: I can locate and open my locker.

    📔: INB 2-5, Table of Contents Pg 2 to 5 Table of Contents

     

    Thursday, 8/29/19

    🎯: I understand, Class Procedures and Expectations.

    📔: INB, number all pages

    📔: INB 1, All About Me Poem All About Me