S10i Schedule F10

					                                                                   Science 10 Pre-IB
                                                                     Tentative Schedule
                                                                last updated: 3 March 2010

       Unit 1                                          Unit 2
cience Fundamentals                               Physics of Motion                          Unit 3: Chemistry                    Unit 4: Weath
                                           Merrill Physics: principles and problems
cience and Disciplines                     Ch 3: Describing Motion: Velocity            Ch 5: Patterns and Compounds               Ch 13 Solar Ener
    Measurement                           Ch 4: Uniform Motion: Acceleration              Ch 6: Chemical Reactions                  Ch 14 Air, Wate
    Experiments                                                                              Ch 7: Acids & Bases                    Ch 15: Local We




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       Unit 1: Fundamentals of Science                                                                               Explain how boxing, architecture, a
34   Information Sheet
                                                                                                                      an art and a science.
     Science 10 Pre-Test
     Define / Contrast: The Sciences, The Arts
     History of Science Timeline                                                                Great Scientists
     Five Big Ideas                                                                                                 For two scientists identify (for Mon)
2                                                                                                     pdf
     Physics - Model of the Atom, Chemistry - Periodic Table, Astronomy - Big Bang                                   o importance, date, related scien
     Theory, Geology - Plate Tectonics Model, Biology - Theory of Evolution.
                                                                                                   notebook
     Scientific Method                                                                                               Identify, describe, explain the repe
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     Levels of Knowledge: hypothesis, theory, principle, law, model                                                  significant experiment in science (
4    Disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, Physics
                                                                                                  APA format         MacLean’s: What it will really take
5    Present historical scientists
                                                                                                  OWL Purdue                    MacLean’s: We’re n
34   Lab 1: Measurement heartbeats, pennies, and water                                         Measurement Lab     Scientific experiments due
2    Measurement: precision, accuracy, uncertainty, error
                                                                                                                   Writing Assignment: Global Warmin
1    Measurement: precision, accuracy, uncertainty, error
                                                                                                                   BRIEF summary, personal opinion (1
     Data Processing (COWL) Word processing
4                                                                                              Skills Checklist
     tables, superscripts, subscripts, headers, page numbers
     Data Processing (COWL) Excel spreadsheets                                                                     Lab 1 Measurement - data process
5                                                                                              Skills Checklist
     formatting, equations, charts                                                                                 (tables, sample calculations)
     Data Processing: standard deviation, uncertainty, error,
34   Quiz: fundamentals of science
     Science fair preparation
2    storm day
                                                                                                                   Lab 2b: Pendulum - design lab (due
1    Lab 2a: Pendulum - relationship between length and period                                 Pendulum Lab
                                                                                                                   (change a variable, be creative!)
     complete Lab 2a: Pendulum (4.00s period)
4    Experiments: Design (see handouts)                                                        Lab Design notes               Research Project: to
     purpose/goal, variables, hypothesis/theory, materials, procedure
     Experiments: Data Collection and Processing
5    raw data, processed data, tables, charts, sample calculations                          Lab 1: Measurement - conclusion/e
     Measurement: SI units, conversions (factor-label method)
     Experiments: Conclusion and Evaluation
     conclusions on purpose, generalizations and extensions, error
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     analysis, recommendations
     Experiments: IB marking and exemplars
2                                                                                           Sydney Academy Scien
                                                                                                             Lab 2a Pendulum
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         Unit 2: The Physics of Motion                                                                  Lab 2b: Pendulum - de
                                                                                                                  9.2 p304 #3,
     Chapter 3: Describing Motion: Velocity
4
                                 Test                                                                           Lab 2b: Pendu
                    Unit 1: Fundaments of Science                                                                   next Flex
     3.1 How far and how fast
5                                                                      40-57
     relative motion, reference point, reference direction, position
34   storm day
     Kinematics
                                                                                               BLM 9-10 Calculation Time Interv
2    scalars, vectors; displacement, velocity acceleration                                                  BLM 10-1 Walking
     Directions: RCS (0 to 360) and compass directions [E 30 N]
     Uniform Motion                                                                                        BLM 9-13 Finding D
1    Measuring Motion                                                             test                     BLM 9-15 Heading
     Position, Time and Velocity                                                                            BLM 10-2 The He
     Position-Time Graphs
                                                                                                             Research Pro
45   Lab 3: Measuring Motion                                                   Lab sheets
                                                                                                          subtopics and re
5    Problem solving: simultaneous equations
                                    Test
                                                                                                                 CYU p329 2,
34                                 Motion                                                          BLM 10-3 Average and Insta
     Average or Instantaneous? tangent line
     Using the Motion Formula
                                                                                                             BLM 10-5 Uniform
2    10.3 Velocity-Time Graphs                                                                                    CYU p348 2
     Chapter 4: Acceleration                                                                             BLM 11-3 Acceleratio
1    Describing and Measuring Acceleration                                                                     CYU p358 2, 3
     Positive and Negative Acceleration
4    Lab: Motion on an incline plane
                                 March Break




5    Lab: Motion on an incline plane
     Acceleration due to gravity                                                                      Brush Up on Your Graph
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     Investigation 11-B                                                                                           CYU p368 2
2    Using and Picturing Acceleration
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                                   Test
4                                                                                                          Research Project: Draf
                                  Motion
5    Independent labs
34   Independent labs
2    Independent labs
1    Independent labs
4                               Good Friday
5                              Easter Monday
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           UNIT 2: Chemistry in Action
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     Chapter 5: Patterns and Compounds                                 Chapter 5
     Chemistry: chemistry, atom (nucleus, proton, neutron, electron)   136-139
     Elements, Compounds, Molecules

     5.1 Looking for Patterns in Chemical Reactivity
     Periodic Table: Mendeleev, columns (groups)                                                        Names & Symbols of 30 im
     alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, noble gases, halogens,                                                   1(H) to 20(Ca)
1    transition metals                                            140-141                                   Ag, Zn, Cu, Fe, Sn, Pb
     Patterns and Trends in the Periodic Table                                                             Bohr diagrams for firs
     Periodic Table � rows (energy levels)                                                                           CYU p146 #1
     Electron diagrams (Bohr and Lewis)
     Predicting Chemical Reactivity                                                                         BLM 5-3, Keeping an ION
4                                                                   142-146
     Valence electrons, cations (+), anions (�)
     5.2 Forming Compounds
     Bonds: ionic (cation + anion) vs covalent (no ions, share
     electrons)
     Compounds: ionic (metal + non-metal) vs molecule (all non-
5                                                                      147-151                                 CYU p154 # 1, 2, 3, 7
     metals)
     Diatomic molecules (7): N2, O2, F2, Cl2, Br2, I2, and H2)
     Properties of Ionic and Molecular Compounds, electrolyte

34   Lab: Ionic or Molecular
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     5.3 Chemical Names and Formulas                                     155           notes
                                                                                                     Writing names and formulas of b
     Binary Ionic Compounds - Names/Formulas                                                                       p156 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
     Polyatomic Ionic Compounds - Names/Formulas
1                                                                        159       practice sheet
     Ammonium NH4+, CO32�, NO3�, PO43�, SO42�, ClO3�, OH�
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5    Acids � HCl, H2SO4, HNO3, H3PO4, CH3COOH                                                                           CYU 185 #3 �
34   Safety: WHMIS and MSDS sheets
2

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                                                                                                              Research Project: F
4    Staff Development / Parent-Teacher Interviews
     5.4 Chemical Equations and Chemical Reactions
5                                                                      167-174                      CYU p. 174 # 3, 4
     Reactions � Writing Equations and Balancing Equations
                    TEST
     CHAPTER 5: PATTERNS AND COMPOUNDS
                5.1 Patterns in Chemical Reactivity
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                     5.2 Forming Compounds
                5.3 Chemical Names and Formulas
            Ionic Compounds, Molecular Compounds, Acids

     Chapter 6: Investigating Chemical Reactions                                               CYU 189 #3 �
2    6.1 Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions               178-182
                                                                                                CYU 202 # 3
     Endothermic / Exothermic
1    Balancing Equations                                    186-188
4
     6.2 Synthesis and Decomposition
5                                                           190-195                                 CYU 260
     6.3 Single and Double Replacement Reactions
34   Lab � Single Replacement � Reactivity                                          Review p209 #5, 6cd, 8,
     �6.4 Reactions Involving Carbon Compounds                                                 7.1 p218 #
2                                                           203-205
     Organic, hydrocarbon, complete/incomplete combustion                                    7.2 p225 #1,
     6.4 Reactions Involving Carbon Compounds
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     Organic, hydrocarbon, complete/incomplete combustion
     Chapter 7: Acids & Bases
     7.1 common acids & bases                               212-213
4                                                                      7.1 notes
     7.2 pH: a Powerful scale                               219-220

     7.3 Properties of Acids and Bases: weak & strong
5                                                                                               7.4 p236 # 2
     acids/bases
34   Lab Acids and Bases
                       TEST
          CHAPTER 6: CHEMICAL REACTIONS
          5.4 Chemical Equations and Chemical Reactions
2            6.1 Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions
                  6.2 Synthesis and Decomposition
           6.3 Single and Double Replacement Reactions
            6.4 Reactions Involving Carbon Compounds

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4    7.4 Neutralization Reactions                           231, 235
                                                                                     Review p.238 #3, 5, 7, 9,
5    Chapter 7 Review: Acids and Bases                      237-239
34

             Unit 4 Weather Dynamics
     Chapter 13: Solar Energy and Weather
     13.1 Earth’s Energy Budget
2                                                           422-426    13.1 notes                 CYU p426 4
     heat transfer: conduction, convection, radiation
     Solar Radiation: electromagnetic spectrum
     Solar constant, reflection and absorption
     Earth’s Constant Temperature
     13.2 Energy and Water
1    Specific heat capacity                                427-429                                 Quantity of Heat as
     Heat of vaporization and heat of fusion
45
                         TEST
               CHAPTER 7: ACIDS & BASES
5                            Victoria Day
                                                                       Heat Lab: sand
34   Lab: Specific heat capacity of sand                                 and water

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     13.3 Interactions of Solar Energy with Land and Air   435, 438
                                                                                                 Quantity of Heat assig
     Land breezes and Sea breezes                            441
     14.4 Over Land and Sea
                                                           479-480                        Layers of the Atmosphere / He
1    air mass: continental / maritime ; polar / tropical   441-444                                Read p 488 on Cloud
     Regions of the Atmosphere
4
     Lab demo: Blowing in the Wind                           440
                                                                      Greenhouse Effect
                                                                                                  Greenhouse Effect v
     Greenhouse Gases and Global Warming                                  - Canada

5
     Chapter 15 Local Weather Systems                                   Weather and
     Weather and Climate                                                Climate notes
     15.1 Rain or Shine?
                                                           488-491       test review
     Cloud formation mechanisms                                                                  Air, Water Vapour, an
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     Cloud shapes: cirrus, cumulus, stratus, nimbus                                                     Weather Syste
                                                           494-495      Clouds notes
     Precipitation: Rain, Snow, Sleet, or Hail?
                     TEST
2    CHAPTER 13: SOLAR ENERGY & WEATHER

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     15.2 Highs, Lows, and Fronts                          496-498                         BLM 15- 7 Cold Front, BLM
     Isobars and Wind
                                                                      Sydney Climate
4    Sydney Climate Analysis
                                                                       Analysis sheet
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     15.3 Severe Weather                                   502-507     severe weather
     Thunderstorms, tornadoes
34   hurricanes and monsoons                               507-512
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1               Grading and Classifying
4               Grading and Classifying
5          Last Teaching Day (Grading Day)
    	
  

				
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