_Quiz_ Intro to Units_.ppt - stroh-chemistry

Document Sample
_Quiz_ Intro to Units_.ppt - stroh-chemistry Powered By Docstoc
					Catalyst – January 16+3, 2011
WAY BACK WEDNESDAY!!!
 FYI: I will ask you to pass up your Lab Reports
                 after the Catalyst.
   What 3 subatomic particles are in the
    atom?
   The process by which two nuclei join
    together to form a larger nucleus is
    know as what? FISSION, FUSION, or
    INCISION
 rd                 Projector             Front Door
3 Period


      Group 3          Group 2             Group 1
Jamal, Victoria,       Jessica,          Jill, Earnest,
 Ciara, Robert      Katelyn, Nadia,       Epiphany,
                       Carolina             Kendell
                       Group 5             Group 4
      Group 6
                    A’Lena, Destiny,   Kat, Julia, Chad
    Ja’Shion,       Danielle, Paula
Gilberto, Daniel,
      Hope

      Group 9          Group 8             Group 7
 NO STUDENTS         NO STUDENTS        NO STUDENTS
th                Projector            Front Door
4 Period


     Group 3         Group 2           Group 1
William, Donya,   Kendall, Amber,      Gecoba,
 Kasey, Tarje       Jessie, Nick    Patrion, Darrell,
                                       Brandon
                     Group 5
     Group 6                           Group 4
                  Shannon, Karla,
Carlee, Gino,       India, Elmo     Mignon, Jamie,
  Cedric,                           Eugene, Adrion
  Centoria

     Group 9         Group 8           Group 7
NO STUDENTS        NO STUDENTS       NO STUDENTS
Today’s Agenda

 Catalyst
 Review/Study Time (10 minutes)

     Check   out Textbooks
 Quiz 1.1 = DOMINATION!
 Intro Reading to Units, Precision, Accuracy

 Exit Question
Today’s Objectives

 SWBAT DOMINATE Quiz 1.1!!!
 SWBAT begin learning about

  units, precision, and accuracy.
   Post-Quiz/Homework Assignment
     Read: Sections 2.1, 2.3, and 2.4

     Answer: 2.1 Questions 4, 8, 9; 2.3 Questions
      40, 43; 2.4 Question 47
Remember…
Quiz 0 Class Averages (Grade)
        nd
      2 Period: 95
       rd
      3 Period: 90
       th
      4 Period: 85
       Ms. Stroh: J
More Unit 0 Quiz Analysis…
Percentage of Students with an A or B
       nd
     2 Period: 88%
      rd
     3 Period: 78%
      th
     4 Period: 54%
    nd
2 Period Studs (88% of Class)
   Allen Abadie                  Josh Jackson (100!)
   Alexis Alexander              Tywanda Jacobs
   Bethany Alumbaugh (100!)      Casey Jones
   Jordan Baye (100!)            Richielle Kelly (100!)
   Andre Brown                   David Kissee (100!)
   Marissa DeQueant (100!)       Karen Nguyen (100!)
   Caroline Do                   Baily Payne (100!)
   Amanda Dufrene                Phoebe Plaisance (100!)
   Don Franklin (100!)           Kyle Robichaux (100!)
   Christopher Gordon            Zain Russell (100!)
   Spencer Gros                  Ebony Stamps (100!)
   Frank Hyler
    rd
3 Period Studs (78% of Class)
   Kat Adams (100!)        Katelyn Lewis
   Ja’Shion Anderson       Jamal Martin
   Jessica Anderson        Kendell Nabonne
   Ciara Breaux             (100!)
   Paula Datri (100!)      Nadia Perrilliat (100!)
   Gilberto Frutos         Jill Robinson
   Robert Gaines           Chad Sampey
   A’Lena Garrett          Carolina Torres
   Julia Lewin             Danielle Wilson
                            Victoria Zelaya (100!)
    th
4 Period Studs (50% of Class)
   Carlee Blackley          Gecoba Robinson
   Patron Carey (100!)       (100!)
   Donya Holmes             Amber Scuffham
   Shannon Malonson         Mignon Shine
   Tarje Marks              William Smith
   Jessie Nguyen            Centoria Turner
   Jamie Peak               Karla Vazquez
Copy into
  your
  notes!
Variables

 Independent Variable: what causes the
  change we are measuring (acts
  independently)
 Dependent variable: what gets changed
  (depends on other things)
 Remember!!!!

     Variables are always CATEGORIES of things:
      time, amount, frequency, size, type
     Variables are NEVER specific things!!!
Practice
You want to know when in the year there are the most
   love bugs. Every night, you record how many love
   bugs you find outside.



        Time of year
 IV =   (season/month)

         DV =    Amount of fireflies


                 Constant =
Practice
   Maria needs to run a 6 minute mile to pass PE. She
    believes that if she runs every day, then she will be
    able to run faster.




    IV =   Frequency that
           Maria runs
      DV = Mile time
            Constant =
How to plan a procedure….

Key Point #3: Characteristics of a
  quality procedure…
} Materials (including safety
  equipment)
} Step-by-step instructions
} Each step is numbered
} Specific and clear
 Is this a quality procedure?
Materials:
-Funnel
-Filter Paper
-Glass rod
-Erlenmeyer flask
-Water/sand mixture
Procedure:
}      Place the filter paper in the funnel.
}      Place the funnel in the Erlenmeyer flask.
}      Use the glass rod to help pour the water/sand mixture into the funnel.
}      Collect the filtrate in the Erlenmeyer flask.
}      Clean up.
Intro Reading and Assignment
   Take your book home and put it in a safe place!
   You will be required to read it and answer questions
    throughout the semester
   There will still be some books in class that can be used
   Post-Quiz/Homework Assignment
     Read: Sections 2.1, 2.3, and 2.4
     Answer: 2.1 Questions 4, 8, 9; 2.3
      Questions 40, 43; 2.4 Question 47
Exit Question

1.   Which is bigger: a millisecond or a
     second?
2.   Give one example of a
     measurement you might make in
     everyday life.

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:0
posted:11/18/2013
language:Unknown
pages:18