Hudson Bend Middle School Week of: 10/11-10/15
Teacher Name: B. Lopez
7th grade science
7.6A Identify that organic compounds contain carbon and other elements such as hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, nitrogen, or sulfur.
7.6B Distinguish between physical and chemical changes in matter in the digestive system. (enzymes, chemical and mechanical digestion)
7.6C Recognize how large molecules are broken down into smaller molecules such as
carbohydrates can be broken down into sugars
GAPS 6.5A Know that an element is a pure substance represented by chemical symbols.
6.5C Differentiate between elements and compounds on the most basic level.
6.5D Identify the formation of a new substance by using the evidence of a possible chemical change such as production of a gas, change in temperature, production of a precipitate,
or color change.
Date Agenda Homework Materials, Test or quizzes
Mon. Objective: Identify the formation of a new substance by using the Study the elements and compounds Atom, molecule, matter, element, compound,
evidence of a possible chemical change such as production of a gas, blue paper!! Study also the mixture homogenous, heterogeneous,
10/11 change in temperature, production of a precipitate,
definitions that you will found organic compound, inorganic compound,
or color change. Differentiate between the different kind of mixtures
there! Elements and symbols, precipitate, temperature, chemical and
Warm up: Make a list of properties of the object identify compounds, definitions physical properties, chemical and physical
at the top of your desk elements, compounds, atom and changes, luster, conductivity, malleability,
Key terms ready for: mixtures molecule! magnetism, ductility, state of matter, density,
Homogeneous mixtures and heterogeneous Lab report due Thursday. carbohydrates, sugars. Lipids, proteins,
mixtures. physical digestion, mechanical digestion,
Explore Yucky Ooey Gooey Gunk Lab (p.10) enzyme.
Physical and chemical changes notes after
Tues. Objective: Review physical changes and the factors that affect Study for tomorrow the
the change of state and how the process is called. elements and compounds blue
10/12 Warm up: Complete worksheet for mixture: paper!! Study also the
identify, cut and paste. definitions that you will found
Copy conclusion questions for Yucky Ooey lab in there! Elements and symbols,
your notes section. Bring them for Thursday. identify compounds, definitions
Physical changes foldable: states of matter front, elements, compounds, atom
back other physical changes. and molecule!
Physical changes Bill nye with guided questions Lab report due Thursday. Look for
your conclusion questions.
Wed. Objective: identify the characteristics for a chemical change and Lab report due Thursday
a physical change
10/13 Warm up:
Warm up: ready for the quiz. Take the quiz.
Steel wool and pennies chemical change lab
Foldable notes: Physical and chemical properties,
physical and chemical properties!
Thurs. Objective: 7.6B Distinguish between physical and chemical changes Finish coloring foldable at home
in matter in the digestive system.
10/14 Warm up: Day 2, observations of your steel wool and penny
Continue Physical and chemical properties and changes
Digestive system mechanical and chemical digestion
diagram and notes.
Fri. Objective: Identify the formation of a new substance by using the
evidence of a possible chemical change in the digestive system. Lab report due Wednesday!!
10/15 Breaking down sugars
Warm up: 3 day of observation Steel an penny lab
Pineapple and Jell-O lab- enzymes in the
Coming Up Next Week: Jell-o and enzymes in detergents.