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Lesson Plans 9th Grade

Page history last edited by Dean Thompson 3 years, 4 months ago
Date  Assignment Due 
  • Topic 
Class Plan 
4/3
  • None
  • None
  • No Class-CMAS Test
4/4
  • None
  • None 
  • No Class-CMAS Test
4/5
  • None
  • None
  • No Class-CMAS Test
4/6
  • None
  • Waves 
  • WU:  Explain why energy is important?
  • Introduce a wave and types of waves.
  • Academic break 
  • Begin wave diagrams.  
       
3/27
  • None
  • None
  • No Class-CMAS Test
3/28
  • None
  • None
  • No Class-CMAS Test
3/29
  • None
  • Waves 
  • WU:  What is a wave?
  • Review Exams
  • Pretest--Waves 
3/30
  • None 
  • Waves 
  • WU:  Explain why energy is important?
  • Introduce a wave and types of waves.
  • Academic break 
  • Begin wave diagrams. 
       
3/20
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Explain what happens to MA with additional pulleys
  • Review Labs
  • Academic Break
  • Discussion on compound machines 
3/21
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Explain what a compound machine is.
  • Review for exam 
3/22
  • Review Guide
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Questions
  • Exam:  Machines 
3/23
  • None
  • Waves
  • WU:  What is a wave?
  • Review exams
  • Pretest on waves 
       
2/28
  • Lab Quiz
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Lab:  First Class Levers 
2/29
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Summarize your lab
  • Complete Lab Questions
  • Set Lab:  Pulleys 
3/1
  • Lever Lab
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  None
  • Work and Power Vocabulary CW pg 440 Sect #1 - #4
3/2
  • Lab Quiz
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Lab Quiz 
       
2/20
  • Machine Drawings
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Explain the relationship between distance, force and work
  • Discussion on Mechanical Advantage
  • Academic Break
  • Mechanical Advantage WS 
2/21
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Explain Mechanical Advantage
  • Complete Mechanical Advantage WS
  • Academic Break
  • Set Lab:  Levers 
2/22
  • Lab Quiz
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Lab:  Levers 
2/23
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  None
  • Complete Lab
  • Set Lab:  Pulleys 
       
2/13
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  What are the groups of simple machines?
  • Machine Drawings 
2/14
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Explain the three types of machines
  • Discussion on input/output forces and input/output distances
  • Machine Drawings 
2/15
  • None
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Explain 3 of your examples
  • Discussion on Mechanical Advantage
  • Begin mechanical advantage problems 
2/16
  • Machine Drawings
  • Work and Power
  • WU:  Explain mechanical advantage
  • Complete MA problems
  • Set Lab:  Mechanical Advantage 
       
2/6 
  • None 
  • Work and Power 
  • WU:  What is work?
  • Review Exams
  • Academic Break:  Take 5
  • Pre-assessement:  Machines and Work 
2/7 
  • None 
  • Work and Power 
  • WU:  What is power?
  • Discussion on work.
  • Academic Break--Walk on playground
  • Discussion on power.  
2/8 
  • None 
  • Work and Power 
  • WU:  Explain the equations for work and power.
  • Work and Power practice problems 
2/9 
  • Work and Power Problems 
  • Machines
  • WU:  List 10 machines
  • Discussion on machines
  • Academic Break--Take 5
  • Machine Diagrams 
       
1/30
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  Review Questions 
  • Discussion on Newton's 1st and 2nd Law of Motion
  • Academic Break:  5 minute walk
  • Set Lab:  Objects in Motion  
1/31
  • Lab Quiz 
  • Motion
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Lab:  Objects in Motion 
2/1
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  Lab and Text Questions
  • Lab:  Objects in Motion 
2/2
  • Review Guide and Lab
  • Motion
  • WU:  Text Questions
  • Exam:  Motion 
       
1/23
  • None
  • No Class--FFA Leadership Conf.
  • No Class--FFA Leadership Conference
1/24
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  Rd pgs 356 - 362
  • Pass out and review papers
  • Academic Break--File Papers
  • Discussion on difference between theory, fact, and laws 
1/25
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  Rd pgs 363 - 369
  • Review Guide Sheets
  • Academic Break:  Take 5
  • Continue reviews 
1/26
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  What is the difference between fact, theory, and law
  • Discussion on Newton's 1st and 2nd Law of Motion
  • Academic Break:  5 minute walk
  • Set Lab:  Objects in Motion 
       
1/16
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  Explain + and - acceleration
  • Discussion on Newtons Law of Motion
  • Demo's 
1/17
  • None 
  • Motion
  • WU:  None
  • Vocabulary Crossword pg 384: Section 12.1 - 12.3 
1/18
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  None
  • Any 20 questions pg 385 
1/19
  • Vocab. CW and pg 385
  • Motion
  • WU:  Explain each of Newtons Laws
  • Pickup work
  • Set Lab:  Newtons Laws 
       
1/9
  • Force Problems
  • Motion
  • WU:  What is motion?
  • Discussion on motion, distance and displacement 
1/10
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  What is the difference between distance and displacement?
  • Discussion on velocity and speed
1/11
  • None
  • Motion
  • WU:  What is velocity and speed?
  • Velocity and Speed equations 
1/12
  • Velocity and Speed Equations 
  • Motion
  • WU:  What is acceleration?
  • Discussion on acceleration equation
  • Acceleration equations 
       
1/02
  • None
  • Forces
  • WU:  What is a force?
  • Welcome back--Discussion on semester plan
  • Introduce types of forces and force equation 
1/03
  • None 
  • Forces 
  • WU:  What is the force equation?
  • Discussion on calculation steps and why we follow them
  • Discussion on acceleration unit
  • Class Practice Problems 
1/04
  • None 
  • Forces 
  • WU:   Explain acceleration and its units
  • Force Practice Problem--Work in class 
1/05
  • None 
  • Forces 
  • WU:  Explain how acceleration do to gravity
  • Complete Force Problems 
       
11/28
  • Vocab. CW
  • pH 
  • WU:  List and define 5 vocab terms
  • Discussion on pH values and how they are determined
  • Review pH Lab 
11/29
  • Lab Quiz 
  • pH
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • pH Lab 
11/30
  • None 
  • pH
  • WU:  Explain the pH of 5 items tested
  • Lab Completion 
12/1
  • Lab Quiz
  • pH
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Neutralization Lab 
       
11/14
  • Lab Research
  • pH Scales 
  • Chemical Reactions 
  • WU:  Explain the pH scale.
  • Complete Lab Problem and Hypothesis
  • Set Lab 
11/15
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions 
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Chemical Reaction Lab 
11/16
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Give 2 lab observations
  • Complete Lab
  • Set pH lab 
11/17
  • Chemical Reaction Lab
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • pH Lab 
       
11/7
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  What are 3 ways to influence reaction rates?
  • Seating arrangements
  • Notebook Quiz 
11/8
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  What are 3 ways to influence reaction rates?
  • Introduce Acid and Bases 
  • Set Lab:  Reaction Rates 
11/9
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Lab:  Reaction Rates 
11/10
  • Reaction Rate Labs
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  What is an acid and base
  • Discussion  on acid and base behavior and pH scale
       
10/31
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Explain how a nuclear energy is important?
  • Set Up Single-Replacement Lab 
11/1
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  None
  • Complete Lab 
11/2
  • Reaction Lab
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  What are the 5 types of reactions
  • Reaction Demos 
11/3
  • Nuclear Energy Projects
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Summarize 3 reactions from yesterday.
  • Begin exam review 
       
10/17
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Explain the difference between single and double replacement reactions
  • Balance equations on the smart board 
10/18
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Explain the difference between synthesis and decomposition reactions
  • Reaction demos 
10/19
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  None--Meet in library
  • Set Lab--Single Replacement Reactions 
10/20
  • Lab Quiz
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Single Replacement Lab 
       
10/10
  • Balancing Equations
  • Chemical Reactions 
  • WU:  What is a chemical reaction?
  • Discussion on types of reactions. 
10/11
  • Reaction Types
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  List the four types of reactions
  • Reaction demos 
10/12
  • None 
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  None
  • Reaction demos 
10/13
  • None
  • Chemical Reactions
  • WU:  Explain a Single Replacement Reaction
  • Set Lab:  Single Replacement Reaction 
       
10/3
  • None
  • Molecular Models
  • WU:  What is a chemical molecule
  • Student model building 
10/4
  • None
  • Balancing Equations
  • WU:  What is a balanced equation
  • Class practice on balancing equations
  • Equation practice sheet 

10/5

  • None
  • Balancing Equation
  • WU:  What are the steps to balance a chemical equation
  • Equation practice sheet 
10/6
  • Practice Sheet 
  • Types of Equations 
  • WU:  What is a chemical reaction
  • Discussion on types of chemical reactions 
       
9/19
  • None
  • Matter
  • WU:  List the Element Families
  • Complete element family data table 
9/20
  • Element Family Data Tables 
  • Matter 
  • WU:  Describe 2 of the element families
  • Review Law of Conservation of Mass and Chemical/Physical Properties 
9/21
  • None
  • Matter
  • No Class--FFA Big Conference
9/22
  • None
  • Matter
  • WU:  What is the Law of Conservation of Mass
  • Rd pgs 100 -118
  • Study Element Families 
       
9/12
  • None
  • Matter
  • WU:  None
  • Complete CW 
9/13
  • Vocab. CW
  • Matter
  • WU:  Explain Electron Shells
  • Discussion on electron shells and periodic table
  • Periodic table and bonding 
9/14
  • None
  • Matter
  • WU:  Explain element families
  • Discussion on physical and chemical properties
  • Explain chemical formulas 
9/15
  • None
  • Matter
  • WU:  Element Symbol Retakes (those under and 85% or anyone that wants to get a better %)
  • Introduce molecular formulas and balancing equations 
       
9/6
  • None
  • Matter
  • WU:  Review Elements
  • Discussion on electron placement and behavior
  • Review for quiz 
9/7
  • Element Symbol Quiz 
  • Matter
  • WU:  Review Elements
  • Element Quiz 
  • Electron dot notation and orbitals 
9/8
  • None 
  • Matter
  • WU:  What are electrons and how are they organized?
  • Electron dot notation and periodic table organization 
9/9
  • None 
  • Matter 
  • WU:  Explain rows and periods
  • Periodic table family and groups 
       
8/29
  • Lab Revisions
  • Scientific Method
  • WU:  Review Lab Changes
  • Conduct Experiment 
8/30
  • None
  • Scientific Method
  • WU:  None
  • Complete Experiment
  • Conclusion Questions 
8/31
  • Labs
  • Periodic Table
  • WU:  What is the periodic table?
  • Review Matter and Elements
  • Element Names and Flashcards 
9/1
  • None
  • Periodic Table
  • WU:  What is matter and what are elements?
  • Review table design
  • Complete flashcards 
       
8/22
  • None
  • Scientific Method
  • WU:  Diagram the scientific method
  • Review sample experiment
  • Discussion on data tables and graphing 
8/23
  • None
  • Scientific Method
  • WU:  Explain three times of graphs and when to use them
  • Set lab:  Does Bleach really Bleach
  • Complete Problem and Hypothesis 
8/24
  • Signed Syllabus
  • Scientific Method
  • WU:  Lab Quiz
  • Review lab safety and layout
  • Set up lab 
8/25
  • Binder w/ tabs 
  • Scientific Method
  • WU:  None
  • Collect lab data 
       
8/17 
  • None 
  • Welcome 
  • WU:  None
  • Expectations/Class Syllabus
  • Discussion on notebooks
  • Demo of online web site 
  • What is science? 
8/18 
  • None 
  • Scientific Method 
  • WU:   What is science?
  • Discussion on scientific method.
  • Comparison of scientific method and example experiment. 

 

 

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