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# Full Week Lesson Chemistry / Week # __11___ Quarter #2 Lesson subject to change as needed

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Topics: Activities: Framework Standards and Benchmarks:
Learning Objectives: The student will be able to— Monday: (including applied learning skills)
 Chapter #7 Chapter Objectives 1. 7.1 Mass to Mole and Mole to mass example
 Sec 7-1: describe how Avogadro’s number problems
C4.6x Moles
2. Have students work problems to convert mass to
is related to a mole of any substance moles and moles to mass C4.6x Moles
 Sec 7-1: calculate the mass of a mole of 3. Show conversion factor to be able to do this type of
problem This uses the molar mass from last week. The mole is the standard unit for
any substance counting atomic and molecular
 Sec 7-2: Use molar mass to convert Tuesday: particles in terms of common mass
1. Formula Masses to mole & mole to mass units.
between moles of a substance
practice problems C4.6a Calculate the number of moles of any
 Sec 7-2: Use the mole to convert among 2. Answer any questions from work from Monday compound or element given
measurements of mass, volume, and 3.
the mass of the substance.
number of particles C4.6b Calculate the number of particles of any compound
 Sec 7-3: Calculate the percent composition Wednesday: or element given the mass of the substance.
of a substance from its chemical formula or 1. Particle Problems Explain
experimental data 2. 6.02*10 (atoms, ions, molecules, formula units Notes:
23

etc) = 1 mole
 Sec 7-3: 3. Practice Problems

Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory) Thursday: ½ day Conferences
1. Vocabulary worksheet for chapter (last years Quiz)
Text/Materials/ Resources:
Friday:
Section 7-1 and 7-2 From book Quiz Mole-Mass & Mass-Mole problems

Wrap-up / Reflections:
Test
Worksheets
Class participation

F3 1. Mass to Mole Notes
Do more practice problems of TEST: Mass to mol & Particle to
3RD Presidents Day: No School 2. And Practice
Finish Tuesday work Mass to mole & V of V mole
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Full Week Lesson / Anatomy and Physiology Week # __11___ Quarter #2 Lesson subject to change as needed
Ferzo
Topics: Framework Standards and Benchmarks:
Learning Objectives: The student will be able to— Activities: (including applied learning skills)
 1. Describe the four major types of membranes
Monday:
 2. Describe the structure of the layers of the skin . LAB Explore the Features of skin
 3. List the general functions of each layer of the skin This course is a Science elective and will enhance
-- Features of skin will be:
 4. Describe the accessory organs associated with the skin Receptors (temperature {hot & cold}, pressure, pain)--will map standards but will not cover all science content standards;
 5. Explain the function of each accessory organ receptors those that apply or closely apply will be listed here:
 6. Explain how the skin helps to regulate body -- Will look at appearance, and effects of evaporations.
temperature **Continue next week B2.4 Cell Specialization
 7. Summarize the factors that determine skin color B2.5 Living Organism Composition
 Tuesday:
1. B2.4 Cell Specialization
2. Worksheet Study Guide Skin... In multicellular organisms, specialized cells perform
specialized functions. Organs and organ systems are
3. Skin color plate
composed of cells and function to serve the needs of cells
Assessment: (on-going visual and auditory) Wednesday:
for food, air, and waste removal. The way in which cells
function is similar in all living organisms
Hair & Nails...
1. Notes on Hair and Nails & Glands B2.4B Describe how various organisms have
2. Worksheet Integument system developed different specializations to
Text/Materials/ Resources: How to Have Strong Healthy Nails accomplish a particular function and yet the
Chapter 5 of Anatomy book 02:32 - 9 months ago end result is the same (e.g., excreting
Do you want strong, healthy nails? With just a little time and nitrogenous wastes in animals, obtaining
Blank paper basic care you will find t oxygen for respiration).
Colored pencils
Thursday:
Video ½ day Conferences B2.5 Living Organism Composition
Lab Hair under the microscopes All living or once-living organisms are composed of
Cross hairs Etc. carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.
Carbohydrates and lipids contain many carbon-hydrogen
Wrap-up / Reflections: Friday: bonds that also store energy.
Review Day 1
Reflection questions for end of lesson: 1. Review worksheet integument system
B2.5B Explain how major systems and
o List three things you want to remember about today’s 2. Video processes work together in animals and
class. Mr. Fords Anatomy Physiology: 06:07 Hair plants, including relationships between
o Explain what was new to you today (use pic, numbers and 06:09 - 1 month ago organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ
or words) This brief but amusing video takes a look at what you need to systems, and organisms. Relate these to
o Most interesting / Least interesting from today class know about hair in your A&P 1 class. We look at the molecular functions.
composition of hair, functions and locations. For the full ...