September 17-21, 2018

Monday-

Standard- COS # 2 and # 3

Plan and carry out investigations to generate evidence supporting the claim that one pure substance can be distinguished from another based on characteristic properties.

Students will define matter and distinguish between a pure substance and a mixture.

Activity- Complete a graphic organizer

Tuesday-

Standard- COS #2 and #3

Students will determine the properties of matter for a solid, liquid, and a gas.

Activity- Use a Discovery Ed to complete a jot chart on the properties of matter.

Wednesday-

Con't from Tuesday

Thursday-

Standard- COS #2 and #3

Students will investigate changes in the states of matter.

Activity- Lab: Matter can change. I scream for ice cream.

Friday-

Standard- Con't from Monday

Students will review vocabulary for states of matter and properties of matter.

Activity- Vocabulary Worksheet

September 23-27, 2019

Monday- COS # 4

Design and conduct an experiment to determine changes in particle motion, temperature, and state of a pure substance when thermal energy is added to or removed from a system.

Activity- Con't Post Lab: I Scream for Ice Cream

What happens to the the heat?, Why add salt? What are the state changes?

**Tuesday**- COS #5

Observe and analyze characteristic properties of substances.

Activity- Lab: Solubility

**Wednesday** -

Quiz on Matter

Con't from Tuesday

**Thursday**-

Interpreting Solubility Graphs

**Friday**-

Quiz on Solubility

Test will be on Tuesday

**September 30 - October 4, 019**

**Monday**- COS#2, 3

Interpreting Solubility Graphs

**Tuesday-** Quiz on Solubility Graphs

**Wednesday**- COS# 1

Analyze patterns within the periodic table to construct models that illustrate the structure, composition, and characteristics of atoms and molecules.

*Activity*- Making sense of the Periodic Table

*Activity*- Finding the number of protons, neutrons and electrons for elements.

**Thursday**- Con't from Wednesday

Friday- Out of School

**October 8-12, 2018**

**Monday**- Out of School/ Professional Development

Tuesday

* COS # 1* Analyze patterns within the periodic table to construct models that illustrate the structure, composition, and characteristics of atoms and simple and complex molecules.

*Activity*- Students will find the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons for elements and determine how many electrons e**ach energy level can hold.**

Wednesday

COS #1 - Con't from Tuesday

Quiz

*Activity*- Lab - Electron Configurations/ Bohr Diagram

**Thursday**

COS #1- Con't from Tuesday

*Activity*- Con't from Wednesday

**Friday**

COS #1- Con't from Tuesday

Activity- Recognizing patterns on the Periodic Table.

October 15 - 19, 2018

**Monday- COS# 1**

Analyze patterns within the periodic table to construct models that illustrate the structure composition and characteristic of atoms and simple and complex molecules.

*Activity*- Periodic Table Basics

Students will make cards for element 1-18 that show the elements number of protons, neutrons, and electrons then complete the Bohr Model for each element which shows how electrons are arranged in energy levels.

Pre-AP- Students will complete electron configurations using the AUFBAU principle.

Tuesday- COS #1

*Activity*- Notes Arrangement of the Periodic Table - Families and Periods

Characteristics of Families

Discovery Ed Assignment- Properties of Metals, Nonmetals, Metalloids

**Wednesday- COS #1**

*Activity- *Properties of Elements Foldable

Color Periodic Table according to metals, nonmetals and metalloids

Thursday- COS #1

* Activity- *Complete Periodic Table Basics

Students will determine the number of valence electrons by completing a Lewis Dot Diagram.

**Friday - COS #1**

*Activity- *Con't from Thursday

Students will arrange element cards 1-18 and determine patterns from the periodic table according to their Families and Periods.

**October 22 - 26, 2018**

**Monday- Parent/Teacher Conference**

**Tuesday**- COS #1

*Activity- *Tabletop Elements-

Students will draw the energy levels for metals and nonmetals using window markers.

**Wednesday- **COS #1

*Activity- Dot Diagrams / Review for Test*

Quizizz

**Thursday- Test on Arrangement of Periodic Table**

**Friday- **

*Acitivity- *Demonstration - Rate of Chemical Reactions

Students will identify the factors that change the rate of a chemical reaction.

**October 29 - November 2, 2018**

Monday- COS # 1

Students will determine the difference in a chemical and physical change.

*Activity- *Discovery Ed Assignment- Complete a graphic organizer for chemical and physical change.

**Tuesday- COS #1**

Students will participate in multiple labs to determine if a chemical or physical change takes place.

*Activity - Lab* Flamin' Pumpkin

**Wednesday**- Halloween Activity Day

Thursday- COS # 1

Students will identify four ways to change the rate of a chemical reaction.

*Activity*- Demonstration on rates of reactions / Complete a jot chart.

**Friday- COS #1**

Introduction to chemical equations for Ionic Bonds.

Finding charges for metals and nonmetals.

**November 12-16, 2018**

**Monday**- Out of School

**Tuesday**- COS # 6 Create a model, diagram, or digital simulation to describe conservation of mass in a chemical reaction and explain the resulting differences between products and reactants.

*Objective*- Students will write chemical equations to show the reactants and products in an Ionic Bond.

*Activity*- Tabletop Chemical Equations

**Wednesday**- COS #6

*Objective*- Con't from Tuesday

*Activity*- Writing Chemical Equations and Naming Ionic Bonds

**Thursday**- COS #6

*Objective*- Students will describe the Law of Conservation of Mass.

*Activity*- Lab/ The Law of Conservation of Mass

**Friday**- COS #6

Objective- Students will write and balance simple chemical equations

*Activity*- Lego Balance

November 26-30, 2018

Monday- COS # 6

Create a model, diagram, or digital simulation to describe conservation of mass in a chemical reactions and explain the resulting differences between products and reactants.

Students will review chemical formulas, ionic bonds, and rate of reactions.

Tuesday- COS #6

Quiz- Google Forms

Activity- Practice writing chemical equations.

Wednesday- COS #6

*Objective*- Con't from Tuesday

*Activity*- Writing Chemical Equations and Naming Ionic Bonds

**Thursday**- COS #6

*Objective*- Students will describe the Law of Conservation of Mass.

*Activity*- Lab/ The Law of Conservation of Mass

**Friday**- COS #6

Objective- Students will write and balance simple chemical equations

*Activity*- Complete the Lab/ The Law of Conservation of Mass

**December 3- 7, 2018**

**Monday**- COS#6 Objective SCI 8.6.2

Balance a chemical equation.

*Activity*- Students will determine how to use coefficients to balance chemical equations.

Lego Balance

Tuesday- Con't from Monday

**Wednesday** - COS# 7

Design, construct, and test a device that either releases or absorbs thermal energy by chemical reactions and modify the device as needed based on criteria.

*Objective SCI 8.7.1-*

Students will change the concentration of baking soda to determine how temperature changes during a chemical reaction with vinegar.

Activity- Lab/ Endothermic Reactions

Thursday- COS# 7

*Objective*- SCI 8.7.1

Students will change the concentration of Calcium chloride to determine how temperature changes during a chemical reaction *with baking soda solution.*

Activity- Lab/ Exothermic Reactions

**Friday**- Discovery Education Assignment on Chemical Reactions.

**December 10- 14, 2018**

Monday- COS # 7

Objective- 8.7.3

*Activity*- Students will analyze data and create a graph on the rate of chemical reactions between an endothermic and exothermic reactions.

**Tuesday COS #6**

*Objective* 8.6.4 Identify different types of reactions.

*Activity*- Worksheet - Identify ionic, covalent, and metallic bonds.

**Wednesday COS #6**

*Objective* 8.6.4 Identify different types of reactions.

*Activity*- Determine if a chemical equation represents a synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, or double replacement reaction.

Thursday-

Benchmark test for 2nd nine weeks.

**Friday-**

Make-up test and missed assignments

January 3-4, 2019

Thursday- Determine the difference in an acidic and basic solution.

Properties of acidic solutions.

Friday- Determine the difference in an acidic and basic solution.

Properties of basic solutions.

January 7-11, 2019

Monday- Lab- Acidic and Basic Solutions

Tuesday- Lab- Neutralization

Wednesday- Out of School

Thursday-

**February 18 - 22, 2019**

**Monday**- Out of School

**Tuesday**- COS # 17

Create and manipulate a model of a simple wave to predict and describe the relationships between wave properties and energy.

*Objective*- SCI.8.17.5 and SCI.8.17.6

*Activity* - Label Mechanical Waves - Transverse Waves

**Wednesday**- COS # 17

*Activity*- Slinky and Longitudinal Waves

**Thursday**- Composite Pictures

*Activity*- Worksheet on Sound

Friday- Complete Worksheet on Sound and discuss uses of sound waves.

**February 25 - March 1, 2019**

**Monday**- (Sub) Worksheet on Waves

**Tuesday**- (Sub) Review Article on Chemical Reactions "Spoiled Sport"

**Wednesday**-(Sub) Vocabulary for Waves and their properties

Thursday-

Objective SCI.8.17.3 Students will diagram the Electromagnetic Spectrum and discover their uses.

**Friday**- Con't from Thursday

March 4 - 8, 2019

Monday- Objective SCI.8.18.2

Students will compare and contrast properties of light waves and sound waves.

**Tuesday**- Quiz

Parts of a wave.

*Wednesday**- COS #19 *

Objective - SCI.8.19

Students will research common communication devices and draw or explain how electromagnetic waves are used to encode and transmit information.

**Thursday**-

March 11 -15, 2019

**Monday**- Review objectives from 3rd nine weeks to prepare for benchmark test.

Tuesday- Benchmark Test

**Wednesday**- COS #8 Use Newton's first law to demonstrate and explain that an object is either at rest or moves at a constant velocity unless acted upon by an external force.

Objective SCI.8.8.1

Activity- Students will create a foldable that represents how to **calculate speed, distance, and time.**

Thursday- Con't from Wednesday

**Friday- **

Students will calculate speed, distance and time.

**March 18-22, 2019**

**Monday- ALCOS # 8**

*Objective - *Students will create a distance-time graph.

*Activity*- Color graph

**Tuesday- ALCOS #8**

*Objective-* Students will calculate speed and create a distance time graph.

Activity- Lab: Fan Cars

**Wednesday- Con't From Tuesday**

*Activity- *Fan Cars

Thursday - ALCOS #19

*Activity - *Students will visit the library and participate in different stations for technology.

Friday- Make up Day

**April 8-12, 2019**

**Monday**- Google Classroom Assignment - Interpreting distance - time graphs.

**Tuesda**y- Complete Assignment from Monday

**Wednesday**- Quiz on Distance - Time Graphs

Introduction to Acceleration

**Thursday**- Calculating Acceleration

**Friday**- Mousetrap Car Lab

**April 15-19, 2019**

**Monday**- Speed - Time Graphs

**Tuesday**- Calculating Acceleration

Scantron Testing- Reading

**Wednesday**- Quiz- Speed - Time Graphs

Into to Momentum

**Thursday** - Lab- Momentum/Collisions

**Friday**- Out- Good Friday