Monday, 2/29/16- B Day

Learning Objective:

To determine whether a liquid will sink or float in water by comparing its density to the density of water.

Learning Activities:

2. Demonstrations– Floating Candles on Liquids and 7 Layer Density Column– Answer questions 1-3 & 5 on handout (Write-Pair-Share). Tape handout to page 69.
3. Explanation- Comparison of the densities of water, alcohol, and oil on the molecular level. Answer question #6 (Write-Pair-Share)
4. Application– Answer Take It Further Questions 7-10

Homework:

Answer questions 7-10 on Take It Further handout

Friday, 2/26/16- A Day

Learning Objective:

• Students will be able to determine whether an object will sink or float by comparing its density to the density of water.

Learning Activities:

1. Do Now-Get out your science notebook and open to page 66; Get out the following handouts: “Explain It With Atoms & Molecules Question 4” & “Take It Further Questions 5-8;” Tape the following handouts to the corresponding pages:”Explain It With Atoms & Molecules Question 4″ to page 66 and “Take It Further Questions 5-8” as flip page to page 66.
2. Science Friday– Nothing to Sneeze At
3. Advance OrganizerThe real story behind Archimedes’ Eurkeka! TED Ed video
4. Period 2– Demonstration –Sinking & Floating Solids- Why does a heavier candle float and a lighter piece of clay sink?
5. Review Application– “Take It Further” Questions 5-8
6. Understanding Connections- Write an Understanding Connections statement on the sinking or floating of solids on a Post-It note and stick it to the Understanding Connections pages p.60-61 of your science notebook.
7. Practice- Density Workbook

Thursday, 2/25/16- B Day

Learning Objective:

• Students will be able to determine whether an object will sink or float by comparing its density to the density of water.

Learning Activities:

2. Period 2– Review Application Question 8 & tape to page 64; Set up questions on page 67
3. Demonstration (except for Periods 3 & finish for Periods 6 & 7)– Sinking & Floating Solids- Why does a heavier candle float and a lighter piece of clay sink?
4. Application– Answer “Explain It With Atoms & Molecules” Question 4 & “Take It Further” Questions 5-8

Wednesday, 2/24/16- A Day

Learning Objective:

• Students will be able to determine whether an object will sink or float by comparing its density to the density of water.

Learning Activities:

1. Do Now– Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Sinking & Floating Solids Demo. p.67” (Right Side); Head page 67 properly with “Sinking & Floating Solids-Demonstration-2/24/16;” Get out your Question 8 and trim & tape it to page 64.
2. Review HWPeriod 6– Questions #8-9/Application– Answer “Explain It With Atoms & Molecules” Question 8 (Periods 2, 4, & 7)
3. Notebook– Set up questions on page 67.
4. Advance OrganizerProperties of Matter Study Jams and Measuring Matter Brain POP animations
5. Demonstration– Sinking & Floating Solids- Why does a heavier candle float and a lighter piece of clay sink?
6. Application– Answer “Explain It With Atoms & Molecules” Question 4 & “Take It Further” Questions 5-8

Tuesday, 2/23/16- B Day- Early Dismissal

Learning Objective:

• Students will be able to determine whether an object will sink or float by comparing its density to the density of water.

Learning Activities:

1. Do Now– Get out your science notebook and add to your Table of Contents- “Density of Water Explanation p.64” (Left Side); Head page 64 properly with “Density of Water-Explanation-2/22/16;” Get out your Density of Water Lab Activity (Data Table and Questions 2-7) and trim & tape it as a flip page to page 65.
2. Review HWPeriods 2, 4, & 7– Lab Questions #2-7/Periods 3 & 6– Questions #8-9
3. Application– Answer “Explain It With Atoms & Molecules” Question 8 (Periods 2, 4, & 7)
4. Notebook– Tape Questions 8 & 9 as flip page to page 64; Set up questions on page 67.