Wednesday, 12/17/14

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast mass and weight
  • Explain that density (mass/volume) is a characteristic property that can be used to identify an element or substance
  • Use appropriate tools and metric units to measure and/or calculate various physical properties including mass, volume, density, temperature, length, boiling point, melting point, surface tension, viscosity, and solubility

Learning Activities:

  1. Do Now- Copy down today’s homework assignment in your planner, get out your lab
  2. Observation Lab- What is Density?
  3. Practice- “Take It Further” worksheet
  4. Complete Density worksheet

Homework:

Answer questions in What is Density Lab due on tomorrow, 12/18

Tuesday, 12/16/14

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast mass and weight
  • Explain that density (mass/volume) is a characteristic property that can be used to identify an element or substance
  • Use appropriate tools and metric units to measure and/or calculate various physical properties including mass, volume, density, temperature, length, boiling point, melting point, surface tension, viscosity, and solubility

Learning Activities:

  1. Do Now- Copy down today’s homework assignment in your planner, get out your science notebook and open it to your homework on p. 56, and read “What Is Density? lab
  2. Review HW- Density calculation
  3. Observation Lab- What is Density?

Homework:

Answer questions in What is Density Lab due on Thursday, 12/18

Wednesday, 12/10/14

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast mass and weight
  • Explain that density (mass/volume) is a characteristic property that can be used to identify an element or substance
  • Use appropriate tools and metric units to measure and/or calculate various physical properties including mass, volume, density, temperature, length, boiling point, melting point, surface tension, viscosity, and solubility

Learning Objectives:

  1. Do Now- Sit at the table for the next station that you would go to with the same group of 3 people, take out Measurement Work Stations Lab paper, remember your role assignment, and solve Word Picture Puzzle.
  2. Complete Observation Investigation- Measurement Work Station Lab (two 10 minute stations left!)
  3. Practice- Density worksheet

Tuesday, 12/9/14

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast mass and weight
  • Explain that density (mass/volume) is a characteristic property that can be used to identify an element or substance
  • Use appropriate tools and metric units to measure and/or calculate various physical properties including mass, volume, density, temperature, length, boiling point, melting point, surface tension, viscosity, and solubility

Learning Objectives:

  1. Do Now- Sit at the table for the next station that you would go to with the same group of 3 people, take out Measurement Work Stations Lab paper, remember your role assignment, and solve Word Picture Puzzle.
  2. Continue Observation Investigation- Measurement Work Station Lab (10 minute stations)

Monday, 12/8/14

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast mass and weight
  • Explain that density (mass/volume) is a characteristic property that can be used to identify an element or substance
  • Use appropriate tools and metric units to measure and/or calculate various physical properties including mass, volume, density, temperature, length, boiling point, melting point, surface tension, viscosity, and solubility

Learning Objectives:

  1. Do Now- Sit at a table with a group of 3 students, assign each member of your group a role (time keeper, recorder, supplies manager), read the Measurement Work Stations Lab quietly to yourself
  2. Read instructions of Measurement Work Stations Lab aloud, point out supplies, & review role assignments & any questions
  3. Observation Investigation- Measurement Work Station Lab