Q. 2 Homework
1/13 #88. Work on your model. Go above and beyond what I am asking for in this 3 wk. project.
1/12 #87. Keep working on your element model (directions provided on 1/4).
1/11 #86. Quiz Thursday. Be familiar with p.p. 38-48, worksheets # 79 and 81. Notebook
check (worth one test grade) Thursday.
1/10 #84. Review last wks. work for mystery quiz this wk. Organize sci. n.book.
1/9 #83. Read p.p. 44-48, plus write down 4 remarkable facts from the reading.
1/6 #81. Study yesterday's fake quiz, plus this week's notes.
1/5 #80. Complete worksheet (try to complete it without looking at your notes).
1/4 #79. Read p. 42 and 43, plus start googling examples of creative element models.
1/3 #77. Read p. 38-40. Explain Fig. 1 and 2. Define: motion, displacement, speed, speed formula. Tonight's hw will be #78)
12/21 #74. Progress Report signed
12/20: Tues. Get progress report signed, plus continue designing your element poster.
12/19: Mon. Get test signed and corrected, plus watch youtube video from today's lesson:
12/15: Thurs. Review your old quiz, quizlet and today's review sheet for the last test of 2016!
I improved quizlet again!
12/12: Mon. Study the first 23 quizlet terms. Test Friday
12/9: Fri. Visit Quizlet.
12/8: Thurs. Quiz on Friday.
12/7: Wed. Read side two of Tuesday's worksheet (the isotope paragraph is challenging, but the rest is easy). Study Quizlet more than you usually would study it. We have a short quiz on Friday and this quizlet will assist you with outlining what we have focused on this week.
12/6: Tues. Re-read p.p. 507-11. Girls: Bring in an ex. of a model. Boys: Bring in an ex. of a periodic pattern.
12/5: Monday. Read pg. 507,509, 510 and 511. Define the following:
1. Atom 2. Nucleus 3. Proton 4. Neutron 5. Electron 6. Quark 7. The changing atomic model
12/2: Fri. No hw! Enjoy the weekend.
12/1: Thurs. Test Friday. Study Quizlet and the practice test.
11/30: Wed. Quiz for p. 5 and 8 on Thursday. Test Friday
11/29: Tuesday. Quiz Wed.
11/28: Monday. Organize your notebook because I am going to show it off to your parent, plus prepare for a quiz on Wed. (P. 5 and 8 will be on Thurs.)
11/23: Tuesday. To be best prepared for the second quarter, test yourself on Quizlet to find out where your weaknesses are.
11/21: Monday. Define what a catalyst is, plus write down some cool examples. Visit Quizlet
11/18: Fri. No hw
11/17: Thurs. Practice test on Friday.
11/16: Wed. You must organize your notebook, plus study yesterday's preview/review sheet. Quiz Friday.
11/15: Tuesday. Study sheet #50, visit quizlet, and have prog. report signed.
11/14: Monday. Please bring your textbook into class on Tuesday, plus have your science notebook organized for parent conferences.
Q. 1 Homework
11/10: Thursday. #48. Students must have science notebooks organized, with titles, page numbers and dates on each page. Make sure both tests are signed and corrected in order for parents to discuss them with me.
11/9: Wed. Students are in groups, with ea. group assigned a topic (law of cons. of mass, reactant, product, Antoine Lavoisier, and chemical reactions).
11/7: Monday. Read and summarize p.p. 632-4 (disregard the last paragraph on pg. 634)
Test s and c
11/4: Friday. Organize notebook. Test re-take will be four questions: Pascal's principle, Bernoullis' principle, density, and a fourth mystery question.
11/3: Thurs. Organize notebook
11/2: Wed. No hw. Test tomorrow. Visit the new Quizlet page for free test tips.
11/1:Tues. No hw. Test Thursday.
10/31: Mon. No hw. Test Thursday
10/28: Fri. Boys will bring in examples of viscosity, while girls will bring in an amorphous solid.
10/27: Thurs. No hw.
10/26: Wed. No hw.
10/25: Tues. No hw. Today's practice test questions will be worked on in class (but not graded) on Thursday.
10/24: Mon. Test next Thurs. I will provide you with a pool of test questions on Tuesday.
10/20: Thurs. and Friday. Group presentations on Monday (worth quiz grade).
10/19: Wed. Prog. Report signed; define topic, collect 4 interesting facts on topic, and bring in or draw an example of the topic.
10/18: Tuesday. Read pg. 483, 485 and 486.
10/17: Monday. Quiz Tues. Review p.p. 476-82. Notebook check tomorrow is worth one quiz grade.
10/13: Thurs. Complete today's classwork; prep. for OWLS trip on Friday.
10/11: Tues. Define new terms on Quizlet; prep. for trip. Per. 1 and 2 on Thurs., and Per. 4 and 5 on Friday.
10/7: Fri. Organize notebook, review p. 476-8
10/6: Thurs. Review today's lab.
10/5: Wed. Review p.p. 476-8; improve definitions. Test signed and corrected.
10/4: Tues. Read p.p. 476-8, and define the following on the Quizlet you created in class:
1. Kinetic theory 2. Solid phase 3. Thermal energy 4. Liquid phase 5. Liquids flow (pg. 478) 6. Gas phase
9/30: Fri. No hw
9/29: Thurs. Prepare for Friday's test.
9/28: Wed. Prepare for Friday's test.
9/27: Tues. Prepare for Friday's test. :)
9/26: Mon. Bring in an example demonstrating the subject matter from one of our 7 lab stations. Test Fri.
9/23: Fri. Bruce's birthday. Never any hw. Ever. (Organize notebook)
9/22: Thurs. Review this wks. work.
9/21: Wed. Review and improve your OWLS writing. We will review it tomorrow, plus the classwork you did with the sub.
9/20: Tues. Bring in textbook. Dress for OWLS trip if you are attending. Remember to bring snack or lunch.
9/19: Mon. Bring in textbook. Dress accordingly and bring snack or lunch for the Tues. or Wed. trip.
9/16: Friday. Organize sci. notebook. Enjoy weekend.
9/15: Thursday. Review work; quiz tomorrow. Get field trip permission slip signed.
9/14: Wednesday. Review classwork; organize sci. notebook.
9/13: Tuesday. Review classwork, plus bring in the example I assigned you to class and be prepared to define your chosen example.
9/12: Monday. Review last week's work; finish textbook hw (read and summarize p.p. 450-3).
9/7: 1st Day! Have a parent complete the "parent" homework(3), plus purchase a large spiral notebook.
9/8: Thursday. Review classwork; visit: www.ehmssmith.weebly.com and the quizlet page, too.
9/9: Friday. Review classwork; visit Quizlet. 30% of you will spend 15 min. this wknd. doing this, and those 30% are usually the kids who ace my class in the first quarter.