September

   

Ms. Davis’s/Mr. De La Riva’s Science Lesson Plans: September 19-23, 2016

Day

8th Grade

Monday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-E

 

Obj: TSC: recognize the relationship between the position of the elements on the PT and the number of Valence Electrons the atoms possess.

Bell Work: Answer the following: What are the parts of the atom?

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; complete Ppt up to atom diagrams; assign pp. 1-5 sidebars and p. 6 1-2 in NM Science Essentials.

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; complete Ppt up to atom diagrams; assign pp. 1-5 sidebars and p. 6 1-2 in NM Science Essentials.

Academic Vocabulary: Alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, halogens, noble gases, semiconductor

Assessment: pp. 1-6 NM Science Essentials.

Modifications: Extra time as needed, repeat directions, assist with reading,

Pre AP:

ELL/ESL:

Resources: NM Science Essentials, teacher created ppt.

Standards: II.I.I.1: Know how to use density, boiling point, freezing point, conductivity, and color to identify various substances.

Tuesday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-E

 

Obj: TSC: demonstrate understanding of density while completing a lab.

Bell Work: Answer the following: How is the periodic table divided? How many of each division?

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; review what density is; discuss density lab; oversee lab work with students.

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; review density; read directions and complete density lab.

Academic Vocabulary:

Assessment: completed lab sheet; Q & A

Modifications: Extra time as needed, repeat directions, assist with reading, assist with lab instructions as needed.

Pre AP:

ELL/ESL:

Resources: www.canteach.com

Standards: II.I.I.1: Know how to use density, boiling point, freezing point, conductivity, and color to identify various substances.

Wednesday

(Early Release)

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-E

 

Obj: TSC: review the concept that everything has a density.

Bell Work: Define density.

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; hand out ws of common elements/symbols, explaining about quiz to follow next week; show a short Brain Pop about density and respond to questions; assign Periodic Table ws.

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; watch short Brain Pop about density; complete Periodic Table ws.

Academic Vocabulary:

Assessment: Q & A; periodic table ws.

Modifications: Extra time as needed, repeat directions, assist with reading

Pre AP:

ELL/ESL:

Resources: www.brainpop.com Glencoe/McGraw-Hill

Standards: II.I.I.1: Know how to use density, boiling point, freezing point, conductivity, and color to identify various substances.II.I.I.5

Thursday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-E

 

Obj: TSC: know the characteristics of a compound and mixture

Bell Work: Convert the following: 487cL=____mL; 34km=____mm

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; direct student notes ppt.

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; take notes from ppt. discuss.

Academic Vocabulary: compound, mixture, substance, homogeneous/heterogeneous

Assessment: Q & A; ISN

Modifications: Extra time as needed, repeat directions, assist with reading, modified hard copy of notes w/fill in blanks.

Pre AP:

ELL/ESL:

Resources: teacher created ppt.

Standards: II.I.I.3: Understand the differences among elements, compounds, and mixtures by: classification of materials as elements, compounds, or mixtures, interpretations of chemical formulas, separation of mixtures into

Compounds by methods including evaporation, filtration, screening, magnetism.

Friday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-E

 

Obj: TSC: understand the differences between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures

Bell Work: Convert the following: .11mg= _____g

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; complete ppt. discussing homogeneous/heterogeneous mixtures.

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; complete ppt. discussing homogeneous/heterogeneous mixtures notes. Assign questions/key points.

Academic Vocabulary: same as Thurs.

Assessment: ISN

Modifications: Extra time as needed, repeat directions, assist with reading, modified hard copy of notes w/fill in blanks.

Pre AP:

ELL/ESL:

Resources: teacher created notes/ppt.

Standards: : II.I.I.3: Understand the differences among elements, compounds, and mixtures by: classification of

materials as elements, compounds, or mixtures, interpretations of chemical formulas, separation of mixtures into

Compounds by methods including evaporation, filtration, screening, magnetism.

 




Ms. Davis’s/Mr. De La Riva’s Science Lesson Plans, Sept 12-16, 2016

Day

8th Grade

Monday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-F

 

Obj: TSC: learn the history of the periodic table; understand how the periodic table is arranged, and learn how to read an element key.

Bell Work: Convert the following: 32dg=________kg; 9L= ________hL

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; introduce the Periodic Table; Brain Pop Video and quiz. Begin class notes with PPT.

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective/bell work; watch Brain Pop Video over Periodic Table; take quiz; Begin class notes with PPT.

Academic Vocabulary: group, metal, metalloid, nonmetals, period, representative elements, transition elements, Mendeleev

Assessment: Brain Pop quiz, class notes

Modifications: Extra time when needed; assistance with notes, worksheet; copy of ppt printed out/fill-in

Pre AP: Hand out Periodic Table Web Quest due: Sept. 23, 2016;

ELL/ESL:

Resources: www.brainpop.com www.scienceclass.net

Standards: II.I.I.5: Explain that elements are organized in the periodic table according to their properties.

Tuesday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-F

 

Obj: TSC: learn the history of the periodic table; understand how the periodic table is arranged, and learn how to read an element key.

Bell Work: Show the following in abbreviations: 1) Kilogram _____ 2) Milliliter _____

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; Continue with class notes/ppt;

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; continue with class note from ppt.

Academic Vocabulary: group, metal, metalloid, nonmetals, period, representative elements, transition elements, Mendeleev

Assessment: Q & A; notes

Modifications: Extra time when needed; assistance with notes, worksheet; copy of ppt printed out/fill-in

Pre AP: Continue with ppt notes. Use of ppt. which is deeper than gen. sci. ppt.

ELL/ESL:

Resources: www.scienceclass.net www.dublinschools.net

Standards: II.I.I.2: Distinguish between metals and non-metals.

II.I.I.5: Explain that elements are organized in the periodic table according to their properties.

Wednesday

(Early Release)

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-F

 

Obj: TSC: understand how the periodic table is arranged, and learn how to read an element key.

Bell Work: Show the following in abbreviations: 3) dekameter _____ 4) Liter_____

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work;

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; Read/do pp. 7-10 sidebars and p. 11 New Mexico Science Essentials.

Academic Vocabulary: group, metal, metalloid, nonmetals, period, representative elements, transition elements, Mendeleev

Assessment: p. 7-10 sidebars and p. 11 New Mexico Science Essentials.

Modifications: Extra time when needed; assistance with notes, worksheet; copy of ppt printed out/fill-in

Pre AP: Continue with ppt notes. Use of ppt. which is deeper than gen. sci. ppt.

ELL/ESL:

Resources: New Mexico Science Essentials.

Standards: II.I.I.2: Distinguish between metals and non-metals.

II.I.I.5: Explain that elements are organized in the periodic table according to their properties.

Thursday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-F

 

Obj: TSC: understand how the periodic table is arranged, and learn how to read an element key.

Bell Work: Show the following in abbreviations: 5) hectoliter____ 6) centigram_______

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; Continue with class notes/ppt.

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work

Academic Vocabulary: no new

Assessment: Q & A; notes

Modifications: Extra time when needed; assistance with notes, worksheet; copy of ppt printed out/fill-in

Pre AP: Continue with ppt notes. Use of ppt. which is deeper than gen. sci. ppt.

ELL/ESL:

Resources: www.scienceclass.net

Standards: II.I.I.2: Distinguish between metals and non-metals.

II.I.I.5: Explain that elements are organized in the periodic table according to their properties.

Friday

NMTeach:1A-E

NMTeach: 2A-E

NMTeach: 3A-F

 

Obj: TSC: understand how the periodic table is arranged, and learn how to read an element key.

Bell Work: Show the following in abbreviation: 7) decigram ______ Convert the following: 93km=____mm

Teacher Activity: TTW discuss objective/bell work; explain the Color by Number Element sheet (work in partners to complete sheet prior to doing their “Color Sheet.”

Student Activity: TSW discuss objective; bell work; Color by Number Element quiz/color sheet.

Academic Vocabulary: no new

Assessment: Quiz sheet; color sheet

Modifications:

Pre AP: Same as above

ELL/ESL:

Resources: www.scienceclass.net www.teacherspayteachers.com

Standards: II.I.I.2: Distinguish between metals and non-metals.

II.I.I.5: Explain that elements are organized in the periodic table according to their properties.

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