Science is an imaginative adventure of the mind seeking truth in a world of mystery.
Sir Cyril Herman Hinshelwood

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Oct 7-11

Weekly Lesson Plans October 7th-11th

MondayBR #14 What items do you put on your calander? What items appear in a regular pattern or periodic? Notes and Discussion over Chapter 5 S.1 Homework: Organizing Elements worksheet with the Chapter 5 vocab (12 words pg. 169) on the back.

TuesdayBR #15 Identify the following on the periodic table:  A. the chemical symbol for Mercury B. The period and group for Gold C. the atomic mass of Iron D. the atomic number of Neon E. the element represented by Cu  Students will take notes and have a discussion over Ch 5 S.2  Homework: Elements in your body/Magnesium

Wednesday-  BR #16 Drawing Conclusions #7 pg. 155 Students will take notes and have discussion over chapter 5 S.3 Homework: Ch 5 S.3 Concept Review/ACT Practice

Thursday-Students will watch a video about elements. Tempted to snore over the periodic table of the elements? Not after poet Roger McGough, in inspired dramatic fashion, traces the evolution of chemistry from the Greeks to present day. This program includes one feature segment and three short segments: The Elixir of Life (12 min.), European Alchemists (9 min.), The Elements of Life (22 min.), Combined Strength (5 min.)

Friday- No School

Reminders: Vocab Quiz next Tuesday and Ch 5 Test next Friday!

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