Physical Science SGI Group Lesson #12 (10-26-2017)

Topic:

Elements & Matter!

 

Unit:

2

 

Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:

In this unit students will investigate materials that surround us and the properties that make them suitable for usage in. Success will be measured utilizing two labs and an exam. The goal is for a student average of 85%.

 

Objective:

Students will be able to better explain the following by the end of the  lesson today:

  • The difference between atoms, elements, molecules, compounds, and mixtures.
  • What a periodic table is and how to utilize it.

 

Life Connection:

Students can use this information when solving problems in their lives. How so? Let’s find out!

 

Behavioral Norms:

  • Learn from mistakes
  • Tolerance
  • Participate
  • Personal electronics only when appropriate

 

Vocabulary:

1st Set: Matter, element, atom, molecule, compound, pure substance, mixture

2nd Set: Solution, Solute, Miscible, Homogenous, Heterogenous, Solvent, Concentration

 

Course Digital Resources:

Link -> Mr. Tyler’s Physical Science Digital Resources

Link -> Interactive Periodic Table 

Link -> Online Stop Watch 

Game -> Little Alchemy

Game -> Little Alchemy2

Agenda:

Task #1

First up lets check in with each other about where we are individually.

Link -> Tyler – SGI – Physical Science –  Work Received Log 

Task #2

Next up let’s play a little Jeopardy game to review our material.

Link -> Physical Science Unit 2 – Jeopardy Game 

 

Task #3

Now another type of review game.

Link -> Mr. Tyler’s Science Materials 

 

Task #4

Test Time ! Unit 2 Test!

Ticket Out the Door:

At the end of today’s lesson I will be passing out Post-It notes. On the Post-It note you receive write down the most interesting thing you learned today  and the most confusing thing you heard and put it on the inside of the classroom door as you leave today.

 

Homework:

  • Read over the next chapter in your textbook.

 

Next Generation Science Standards Addressed:

Science and Engineering Practices:

Developing and Using Models

Planning and Carrying Out Investigations

Constructing Explanations and Designing Solutions

Stop

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