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					                     10/10/05
• ?OD: How would you describe an atom to a 6th grade
  student?
• The Plan: Lab #11 A lego, water with food coloring,
  gases- page 473 activity
• Solid, Liquid, Gas Worksheet
• Brainpop States of Matter
• HW: Late SF Key dates and 3 SF topics; SF Planning
  Sheet due tomorrow. ½ gallon milk or juice carton
  (paper) and clean-worth 10 points.
• Standard: 3.e Solids-atoms are closely locked in
  position and can only vibrate, liquids-atoms are more
  loosely connected and can collide with and move past
  one another, gases-atoms or are free to move
  independently, colliding frequently.
                     10/11/05
?OD:How does the particles of a solid, liquid and gas
behave?
The Plan: Collect SF Planning sheets; Review in book
states of matter; States of matter worksheet; Video Clip
on Gases; Charles and Boyles law video clip; Gas Laws
worksheet; Behavior of Gases Demonstration
HW: Late SF planning sheet, and Milk/juice carton, WB
pages 169-175 due Friday
Standards: CA. 3d. States of matter depend on
molecular motion. e. Solids-atoms are closely locked in
position and can only vibrate, liquids-atoms are more
loosely connected and can collide with and move past
one another, gases-atoms or are free to move
independently, colliding frequently.
                      10/12/05
• ?OD: Explain why a liquid that is spilled on a counter
  will go all over the place. Be sure to include molecular
  motion.
• The Plan: Finish Gas Laws Video Clips (Second one);
  Gas Laws Notes; Demonstration of Gas Laws
• HW: Late planning sheets are due; WB pages 169-
  175 due on Friday.
• Standard: 3d. States of matter depend on molecular
  motion. e. Solids-atoms are closely locked in position
  and can only vibrate, liquids-atoms are more loosely
  connected and can collide with and move past one
  another, gases-atoms or are free to move
  independently, colliding frequently
                     10/13/05
• ?OD: How would you compare Boyle’s and Charles’
 Laws?
• The Plan: Finish Notes on Gas laws (5
  minutes); discuss gas laws; demonstration of
  gas laws; Gas Law worksheet
• HW: WB pages due tomorrow 169-175;
  milk/juice carton
• Standards: 5-Chemical RXN-atoms are rearranged
 into different combinations a. Reactant atoms interact
 to form products with different chemical properties. c.
 Chemical RXN liberate heat or absorb heat. d.
 Physical processes include freezing & boiling; material
 changes form with no chemical RXN.
                      10/14/05
• ?OD: If temperature of a cylinder is maintained at 70
  degrees Celsius; pressure is increased on the
  cylinder, what happens to the volume?
• The Plan: Collect WB pages; Video
• HW: TGIF
• Standards: 5-Chemical reactions are processes in
  which atoms are rearranged into different
  combinations of molecules. a. Reactant atoms and
  molecules interact to form products with different
  chemical properties. c. Chemical reactions usually
  liberate heat or absorb heat. d. Physical processes
  include freezing and boiling, in which a material
  changes form with no chemical reaction.

				
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