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Week 3 Chem and Anatom Lesson Plan 2010-11

Week 3 Chem and Anatom Lesson Plan 2010-11

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Full Week Lesson Chemistry /Week # __3___ Quarter #1 Lesson subject to change as neededFerzoLearning Objectives: The student will be able to— 
5-1 Summarize Daltons atomic theory
5-1 Discuss the size of the atom
5-2 Distinguish among protons, electrons, neutrons interms of relative mass and charge
5-2 Describe the structure of the atom, including thelocation of the protons, electrons, and neutrons withrespect to the nucleus.
 
Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory)Text/Materials/ Resources:
Book pg 107-112CrosswordConcept mapDrawing paper and colored pencilsReview module book sec 5-1 &52Calculator Internet and Possible projector for Video
Wrap-up / Reflections:TestWorksheetsClass participation
 
Topics:
 
Activities:
Monday: PM Chem (SuB)
1. Chapter 5 Periodic table 5.1 notes(Set up notes for sub to show and have students takenotes on note guide)2. *(From Friday) Teach and show outline format dooutline 5-1 (5 headings) Due Tuesday3. (PM chemistry write out the vocabulary for Section5-1 and 5-2 (7 words) Wednesday AM/ PM due end of hour
 
Tuesday:Section 5.1 cont.1.) Video Clash of the Titans discovery of the atom..2.) 5.1 worksheet. Review Module Pass out for Homework 
 
Wednesday:5.2 section1. Notes 5.2 section2. Worksheet discovery of atom (foldable +Vocabulary)
 
Thursday:5.2 continued1. Review Module 5.22. Finish worksheet discovery of atom fromWednesday
 
Friday:Assess 5.1 & 5.2(Vocabulary / CW quiz 10 Q’s)Word Search After Quiz
Framework Standards and Benchmarks:(including applied learning skills)
STANDARD C4 Properties of Matter
C4.8 Atomic Structure
Electrons, protons, and neutrons areparts of the atom and havemeasurable properties, includingmass and, in the case of protons andelectrons, charge. The nuclei of atomsare composed of protons andneutrons. A kind of force that is onlyevident at nuclear distances holds theparticles of the nucleus togetheragainst the electrical repulsionbetween the protons.
C4.8A
Identify the location, relative mass,and charge for electrons,protons, and neutrons.
C4.8B
Describe the atom as mostly empty space with anextremely small, dense nucleus consisting of the protonsand neutrons and an electron cloud surrounding thenucleus.
C4.8C
Recognize that protons repel eachother and that a strong forceneeds to be present to keepthe nucleus intact.
C4.8D
Give the number of electrons andprotons present if the fluoride ion has a -1charge.
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Week 4
2011next week 
1. 5.3 notes2. Outline 5-3 to 5-4 (6headings)
Due Wednesday
3. Bohr models of atomdrawings Elements 1--144. Collect review modulefrom Friday
1.5.3 Isotopes2.Midbits videoIsotopes review (blog)3.Worksheets IsotopePractice Wk +Possible Quarter AssessmentTest1.Section 5.4 notes2.5-3—5-4 OutlineDue3.Worksheet Find P, N,EContinued 5.4 section1a. Possible Notes if assessment is given onFriday1. Arrangement of shapesGroup activity showing howearly periodic table mayhave been done.Assess 5.3—5.4Worksheet After Quiz/Test
 
Full Week Lesson / Anatomy and PhysiologyWeek # __3___ Quarter #1Lesson subject to change as neededFerziLearning Objectives: The student will be able to— 
Describe the cell nucleus and its parts
List major groups of inorganic substances that arecommon in cells (next week)
Describe the general functions of various types of organicsubstances in cells (next week)
Discuss how atomic structure determines how atomsinteract (next week)
Describe three types of chemical reactions (next week)
Define Anatomy and physiology (review)
Explain levels of organization of the human body
List the organs located in each major body cavity
Describe the general functions of each organ systemProperly use the terms that describe relative positions, body sections and body regions (review)
 
Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory)Text/Materials/ Resources:Chapter 2 of Anatomy book (Next Week)Chapter 1 of Anatomy book See activity
Wrap-up / Reflections:Formal TEST Friday (Team TEST)
 
Topics:
 
Activities :
Monday:Color plate Terms of Position and direction--Preview for testTuesday:Body Cavities:1. Notes body Cavities2. Worksheet human body orientation/ color and label body cavitiesUse book pg 25& 9-13
Study for TEST Thursday
Foldable levels of structural organization dueWednesday:Video Body Systems (
Video
Worksheet review book Thursday:
Review lesson chapter 1 test
1. End of class last 20 min ask for an questions andcheck some worksheets2. Worksheet Basic body plan3. Review levels of organization and4. Review wks chapter #1Friday:
TEST Friday chapter 1
TEST Chapter #1 Orientation to Anatomy andPhysiology
 
Framework Standards and Benchmarks:(including applied learning skills)
This course is a Science elective and will enhancestandards but will not cover all science content standards;those that apply or closely apply will be listed here:
STANDARD B2 Organization and development of living systems
Students describe the general structure and function of cells. They can explain that all living systems arecomposed of cells and that organisms may be unicellular or multicellular. They understand that cells are composed of biological macromolecules and that the complex processes of the cell allow it to maintain a stable internal environment necessary to maintain life. They make predictions based on these understandings.
Next Week C4.8 Atomic structureC4.8x Electron configurationC4.10 Neutral atoms, ions and isotopes
 Notes
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th
 _____ VOCAB CHAPTER #2 DIFINETERMS… CHEMICAL BASIS OFLIFEINTRODUCE CHAPTER CHEMICAL BASIS OF LIFEHAVE STUDENTS DEFINETERMS FOR CHAPTER 2QUIZ ON VOCAB ANNOUNCEFOR THURSDAY NEXT WEEK THE 8
TH
OF OCTOBER Atom: Proton / Neutron / Electron Notes about the atomDescribe the proton neutron electronPlacement in atom—mass—calculate —how to draw model—using periodic table to gather info aboutatomStreaming Video: AtomHave students take 10 note/facts fromvideo and turn in at end of hour 
Homework: study vocabulary /Draw the first 10-15 atoms
PERIODIC TABLE—TRENDS—IONIC & COVALENT BONDING
 NOTES WHAT CAN BELEARNED FROM PERIODICTABLE ABOUT BONDINGWHAT IS IONIC BONDWHAT IS COVALENT BOND
WORKSHEET BONDING?Chemistry: Ionic / CovalentBonding
 Notes ionic / covalent bondingTraits of each bond typePeriodic table trendsIsotopes
1. Work sheet isotope ordifferent2. Worksheet some basicchemistry (back of isotope dealswith bonding)
Identify Types of chemical Reaction
 Notes: Identify General types of reactionsHave students practice ID RXNs
Worksheet Back/Front Id types of RXNs

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