We will work through different demonstrations about molecules in solid, liquids and gases.
We will start off by reading from Chapter 1: Heating and Cooling of Liquids, Solids and Gases
Here are the animations we will watch in class:
Heating and Cooling of a Thermometer
Heating and Cooling of Molecules in a Solid
Air has mass too
This is the worksheet we will use in class and complete:
-Finish the worksheet from today
-We will have a quiz on this information on Monday, so please STUDY!
Lesson 13: a,b; #1-30
All late work is due this Thursday! Please turn in any late work by then!
We will learn about "Water Molecules in hot and cold water." We will start off class reviewing our homework notes and reading "Heating and Cooling of Liquids" from Chapter 1-student reading
Here are the animations we looked at in class: Heating and Cooling a Liquid
Below is the worksheet we used in class:
Here is the experiment, we will be doing in class:
You will be given a new math packet for Lessons 11-20. Please remember that you only get one packet, so please don't lose it.
Homework: Lesson 11 a-c, #1-30 AND Khan Academy: watch at least 1 video or 1 set of practice problems
BRING A PENNY TO CLASS TOMORROW
Lesson 12: a-e, #1-30
Khan Academy: Watch at least one video or do 1 set of practice problems
Science: What is Matter?; How many drops of water can you fit on a penny?
Below is the powerpoint we used in class:
Together we will read "Chemistry is the study of Matter" and take notes.
Homework: Read the following sections and take notes: "Matter is made up of atoms and molecules" and "Matter-Solid, Liquid, Gas."
Today we took our "Final Density Test." The test was completed in stations around the room.
HOMEWORK: Bring a penny to class on Friday!
Today we finished and turned in our "Underwater Robot Lab"
We made sure everyone was signed up for Khan Academy and REMINDER that you have Chapter 1 math test tomorrow!
You also have Density Final Test on Wednesday.
Please make sure you know the following things:
-how to read how many mL are in a graduated cylinder
-water displacement method
-underwater robot lab
-how to calculate density
-how salt and temperature affect density
-how to find the area of an object
1. Log into Khan Academy. Go to khan academy.org/coaches and enter the code: CYREH2
2. Do at least 30 minutes of Khan Academy work over the weekend. You will want to do work in "7th Grade" section. I can monitor your time on the site on my teacher website.
3. Investigation #1 pg. 54 #1-12
4. Study for your Chapter 1 test on Tuesday, Sept. 15th
1. We worked on finishing our underwater robots.
2. Finish the "Density Engineering Worksheet"- Due Monday
3. Study for "Final Density Test" on Wednesday, Sept 16th
We will start our Engineering Underwater Robots project
Lesson 10 a-d, #1-30
Performance task worksheet
Turn in "power up" packet