# Physical Science A SGI Lesson # 19 (11-5-2018)

### Topic:

Chemical and Nuclear Reactions

5

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

In this unit students will develop and use models in addition to using mathematics and computational thinking. Specifically in the field of Patterns, Energy and Matter, and Types of Chemical Interactions. The goal is for a student average of 85%.

### Essential Question:

What are the uses of chemical reactions in the real world?

### Behavioral Norms:

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

### Warm Up: (10 Minutes)

News Link ->Science Current Event – Planet (11-5-2018)

### Step # 1 Unit 4 Presentations by Groups (20 Minutes)

While groups present you will be filling out presentation peer review forms. A PDF copy is below.

PDF Form -> Presentation Peer Review Form

Group #1 – Compound Names & Formulas (Pgs. 191-196)

Group #2 – Organic and Biochemical Compounds (Pgs. 197 – 204)

Group #3 – Nature of Chemical Reactions (Pgs. 219 – 224)

Group #4 – Chemical Equations (Pgs. 225-229)

Group #5 – Reaction Types (Pgs. 230-237)

Group #6 Reaction Rates & Equilibrium (Pgs. 238-239)

### Step #2 Unit 4 Quiz (20 Minutes)

Go to Socrative.com and enter room “A89559b4”.

Take the 40 question quiz there.

### Step #3 (? Minutes)

Turn in Unit 4.

Pg.2 Helpful Video for #1 – > Calculating Molecular Formula from Empirical Formula.

### Step #4 (20 Minutes)

Introduction to Unit 5! We are going to read over the information pages I have attached to the back of the unit and highlight important information and underline confusing.

Key Concepts in this Section:

#1 – Mixtures

#2 – Heterogenous Mixtures vs Homogeneous Mixtures

#3 – Nuclear Radiation Pros and Cons

Unit 5 Unit Work

### Ticket Out the Door:

On the stick note provided. Write down what you thought the most confusing concept of Unit 4 was.

### Homework:

Finish your reading for Unit 5 and begin looking over the work.

### Next Generation Science Standards Addressed:

Chemical Reaction Rates:

Planning and Carrying Out Investigations

Constructing Explanations and Designing Solutions