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Full Week Lesson Chemistry / Week # __9___ Quarter #1 Lesson subject to change as needed

Topics: Activities: Framework Standards and Benchmarks:
Learning Objectives: The student will be able to— Monday: (including applied learning skills)
 6.1--Distinguish between ionic and molecular compounds
 6.1--Define Cations and anions and relate them to metal 1. Section 6.5 Notes Naming Molecular Compounds
and nonmetal wks naming molecular cpds C5.5 Chemical Bonds – Trends
 6.2--Distinguish among chemical formulas, molecular Writing formulas with molecular / covalent C5.5x Chemical Bonds
formulas and formula units 2. Practice Molecular cpds
 6.3--Use periodic table to determine the charge on an ion 3. Review Naming and formulas for Ionic for retest on C5.5 Chemical Bonds — Trends
 6.3--Define a polyatomic ion and give the names and Tuesday
4. Video crisscross writing ionic formulas: An atom’s electron configuration,
formulas of the most common polyatomic ions particularly of the outermost electrons,
Writing Formulas For Binary Ionic Compounds
 6.4—Apply the rules for naming and writing formulas for determines how the atom can interact with
The following episode looks at writing formulas for binary
binary ionic compounds other atoms. The interactions between
ionic compounds. We look at something I like to call the "5 Step
 6.4—Apply the rules for naming and writing formulas for Cross Over Rule ... atoms that hold them together in
ternary ionic compounds molecules or between oppositely charged
ions are called chemical bonds.
Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory) Tuesday: ½ day (Election day) In-service – (Sub)
1. Re-TEST Naming Cpds / Formulas of Cpds C5.5A Predict if the bonding between two atoms of
different elements will be
Text/Materials/ Resources: Wednesday: primarily ionic or covalent.
C5.4B Predict the formula for binary compounds of
1. ½ Lab for class
main group elements.
Section 5-4 book PG 123-126 2. ½ WS Practice Naming and Formulas Molecular
Switch other half will work C5.5x Chemical Bonds
Wrap-up / Reflections: Chemical bonds can be classified as ionic,
Test 1. ½ Lab for class covalent, and metallic. The properties of a
2. ½ WS Practice Naming and Formulas Molecular compound depend on the types of bonds
Worksheets Switch other half will work holding the atoms together.
Class participation C5.5c Draw Lewis structures for simple
TEST chap 6 Last test for section C5.5d Compare the relative melting point,
electrical and thermal
conductivity, and hardness for
ionic, metallic, and covalent
C5.5e Relate the melting point, hardness, and
electrical and thermal
conductivity of a substance to its
1. Notes: Mass of a Review 7.1 MOLE
Records day no School Feb 1. Notes: 7.1 Mole mole of element Calculations
D2 Chapter 7 Chemical number of particles in 2. Notes: Mass of cpd 1. 7.1 review 7.1 Gmm/Gfm
F1 1st 2010
New Semester starts Quantities a mole 3. Practice problems of notes
20 wk 1. Vocabulary Chap 7 (11 words) 2. practice mole notes above figuring 2. Review Mole calculations
Web quest Computer Lab 2. Video Annenberg CPB project problems (possible notes or example
out Mass of a mole
Introduction to the mole mole 3. outline 7.1-7.3 due of an element problems)
chapter 7 New 2010-11 Friday 4. Study for Vocab 3. Give vocab quiz
Quiz 4. Homework: vocab CW / WS
Full Week Lesson / Anatomy and Physiology Week # __9___ Quarter #1 Lesson subject to change as needed
Topics: Framework Standards and Benchmarks:
Learning Objectives: The student will be able to— Activities: (including applied learning skills)
 Last week = Describe the general characteristics and Monday:
functions of epithelial tissue
1. Video Mr.Fordsclass CT & This course is a Science elective and will enhance
 Last week = Name the types of epithelium and identify an
organ in which each is found
2. 5 min video 20 min in total time standards but will not cover all science content standards;
 Describe the general characteristics of connective tissue 3. CW Epithelial and CT wks those that apply or closely apply will be listed here:
 List the types of connective tissue within the body
 Describe the major functions of each type of connective Tuesday: ½ day (election day) Sub B2.4 Cell Specialization
tissue B2.5 Living Organism Composition
 Distinguish among the three types of muscle tissue Wednesday:
 B2.4 Cell Specialization
1. Tissue TEST Thursday In multicellular organisms, specialized cells perform
2. Use class to correct Worksheets passed specialized functions. Organs and organ systems are
back and Study for test on Thursday. composed of cells and function to serve the needs of cells
for food, air, and waste removal. The way in which cells
Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory) function is similar in all living organisms
Thursday: B2.4B Describe how various organisms have
1. Tissue TEST today… Assess Student developed different specializations to
accomplish a particular function and yet the
Text/Materials/ Resources: Learning Tissues Chapter #5 end result is the same (e.g., excreting
2. nitrogenous wastes in animals, obtaining
Chapter 5 of Anatomy book
oxygen for respiration).
Blank paper Friday:
Colored pencils Friday start Skin Chapter #6
B2.5 Living Organism Composition
Video Have students work on Skin Vocabulary
All living or once-living organisms are composed of
Do the Vocabulary on Friday if test today  carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.
Carbohydrates and lipids contain many carbon-hydrogen
Introduction Skin Chap #6 bonds that also store energy.
Wrap-up / Reflections: Notes Skin …Epidermis & Dermis…. Do this B2.5B Explain how major systems and
Reflection questions for end of lesson: assignment on Monday if TEST is Thursday processes work together in animals and
o List three things you want to remember about today’s plants, including relationships between
class. organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ
o Explain what was new to you today (use pic, numbers and systems, and organisms. Relate these to
or words) molecular functions.
o Most interesting / Least interesting from today class


1-2 Skin Videos—“Skin 1. Skin Drawing Day #2 Have the Layers of the skin
Flicks” introduction to students Draw, color, label the 1. Notes… Layers of Skin on 1. Vocabulary quiz Skin chap 6
different layers of the Epidermis the following layers (Vocabulary due)
integumentary system Figure 6.3a on one side of page
Introduction Skin Chap #6 Have students get started on 2. Stratum corneum, Stratum 2. LAB Explore the Features of skin
10th 2. On the opposite side of page
lucidum, Stratum granulosum, -- Features of skin will be:
_____ Notes Skin …Epidermis & Skin Drawings… explain/describe the characteristics
of each layers of the epidermis: Stratum spinosum, Stratum Receptors (temperature {hot & cold},
11-3 Dermis…. Homework: Skin Drawings basal, Basement membrane pressure, pain)--will map receptors
Stratum corneum, Stratum lucidum,
11-7-08 Dermis & Epidermis…PG Stratum granulosum, Stratum 3. Worksheet -- Will look at appearance, and effects of
164 Figure 6.2 work on Due spinosum, Stratum basal, Basement 4. Study Vocabulary for evaporations.
Tuesday membrane Friday have terms ready to turn **Continue next week
Chemistry Additional

C4.2 Nomenclature
All compounds have unique names that are determined systematically.
C4.2A Name simple binary compounds using their formulae.
C4.2B Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds.

C4.2x Nomenclature
All molecular and ionic compounds have unique names that are determined systematically.
C4.2c Given a formula, name the compound.
C4.2d Given the name, write the formula of ionic and molecular compounds.
C4.2e Given the formula for a simple hydrocarbon, draw and name the isomers.