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N AM E: De s ire e Smit h

Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday

Objectives:
1. Learn safety regulations
2. Distinguish between accuracy
and precision.
3. Organize scientific information
to show understanding.

1. Explain the law of conservation


of mass, the law of definite
proportions, and the law of
multiple proportions.
2. Explain what isotopes are.
3. Define atomic number and
mass number, and describe how
they apply to isotopes.
1. Determine the number of
protons, neutrons, and electrons
of a nuclide, given its identity.
2. Define mole, Avogadro's
number, and molar mass, and
state how all three are related.
1. Summarize the five essential
points of Dalton's atomic theory.

SUBJECT:

Che mis t ry

St rat e g ies :
Act ivit ie s :
Laboratory Safety
Presentation
Lab Report:
Introduction,
Materials, Procedure
Accuracy & PrecisionInteractive Notebook
Chapter 3 Powerpoint
Data Checks*
Vocabulary Alert

ROOM : 7 - 25 WEEK: 1 /2 5- 1/ 29
Assignment
:
Laboratory
Safety Contract
Conversion
Factor
Homework
Periodic Table
Interactive
Flash Cards

Chapter 3 Powerpoint
Continued

Periodic Table
INB

Group A: Chapter Lab


-Percentage of Water in
Popcorn

Group B:
Assignment

St and ard s :
(highlight)

MA.912.S.1.2, MA.912.S.3.2,
LA.910.2.2.3, SC.912.N.3.5,
SC.912.P.8.3,SC.912.P.8.4,
SC.912.P.10.10, SC.912.P.8.9,

M arzano :

(highlight)

DQ2 HELPING STUDENTS


INTERACT WITH NEW
KNOWLEDGE
6. Identifying critical information
7. Organizing students to interact
with new knowledge
8. Previewing new content
9. Chunking into digestible bites
10. Processing of new information
11. Elaborating on new
information
12. Recording and representing
knowledge
13. Reflecting on learning
DQ3 HELPING STUDENTS
PRACTICE AND DEEPEND NEW
KNOWLEDGE
14. Reviewing content
15. Organizing students to
practice
16. Using homework
17. Examining similarities and
differences
18. Examining errors in reasoning
19. Practicing skills, strategies
and processes
20. Revising knowledge
DQ4 HELPING STUDENTS
GENERATE & TEST
HYPOTHESES
21. Organizing students for
cognitive complex tasks

Friday

Chapter 2 Lab
1. Measure the masses of various
combinations of a beaker, oil, and
popcorn kernels.
2. Determine the percentages of
water in popcorn kernels.
3. Compare experimental data.

Binder Check*
Group A: Assignment

YULEE HIGH SCHOOL

Group B:
Chapter Lab
-Percentage of
Water in
Popcorn &
Binder Check

WEEKLY LESSON PLAN

22. Engaging students in cognitive


complex tasks involving
hypothesis generation and testing
23. Providing resources &
guidance
ESE/ELL ACCOMMODATIONS
a. Extended time
b. Printed version of material
c. Small group settings
d. Bilingual dictionary offered
e. Verbal encouragement
f. Cueing students to stay on task
g. Other _________________

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