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 September

 1     Bellwork: Write the question and your answer: Why is it important to research a topic before creating an experiment? Give 3 reasons.  Assignments:  Scientific Method Quiz Lesson 3 Pre-Lab Vocabulary 4   No School: Labor Day 5   Bellwork: The variable that is intentionally changed is called the _ The variable that responds to change is called the _   Assignments: Finish Lesson 3 Vocab 6    Bellwork: Compare and contrast a scientific theory and a scientific law     Assignments: Scientific Method Practice 7   Bellwork: An organized procedure for testing a hypothesis is a _ When a conclusion is formed in a science investigation it is based on the _ Assignments: Observations SI units 8    Bellwork: Basic unit for length is _ Basic unit for mass is _ Basic unit for volume is _ Assignments: Independent/Dependent Variables Quiz Lesson 4 Visual Vocab Reyes out 4, 5, 6 11   Bellwork: None Assignments:  Measurement Practice 12    Bellwork: Which unit would be most appropriate for measuring the length of a hallway? Which unit would be most appropriate for finding the mass of a bowling ball? Assignments: Length Metric Conversions 13    Bellwork: List the metric prefixes from largest to smallest What tool would you use to measure the mass of 2 different cubes?     Assignments: Metric Conversions Practice Reyes Out 4,5,6 14   Bellwork: Which tool is best for accurately measuring liquids and chemicals? Which units make up the base unit?     Assignments: Mass and Volume 15   Bellwork: Which tool picks up and holds small objects? Which tool holds test tubes?   Assignments: Metrics and Measurement Quiz Independent/Dependent Variables Quiz Corrections 18    No School: Professional Development Day 19   Bellwork: How many meters are in a kilometer? How many grams are in two kilograms?     Assignments: Catch-Up Day 20   Bellwork: Write a possible hypothesis for how sunlight affects plants.   Assignments:  Unit 1 Test Missing work (catch-up day) 21   Bellwork: Write a possible hypothesis for how studying affects test scores. Include at least two control variables.   Assignments:    TAILS DRY MIX Zombie Graphing 22   Bellwork: Write a possible hypothesis for how consuming protein affects muscle mass. Include at least two control variables.   Assignments: Finish Zombie Graphing Graphing Practice 25   Bellwork: What is friction? Give an example.   Assignments: Graphing practice Unit 2 Lesson 1 Visual vocab 26   Bellwork: Describe force. Give an example.   Assignments: Finish Unit 2 Lesson 1 Visual vocab Finish Graphing Practice Metrics Quiz Corrections (Due Friday) 27   Bellwork: Describe balanced forces. Give an example   Assignments: 28   Bellwork: Describe unbalanced forces. Give an example.   Assignments: Noncontact forces skills lab (nearpod.com) code: IEPUY 29   Bellwork: Describe motion. Give an example.    Assignments: Balanced / Unbalanced Forces Quiz

 October

 2 Bellwork: How can bullying affect the rest of a person's or a teen's life? What can be put into place at WJH to make a change for teens' lives to not be negatively affected? Assignments: 3   Bellwork: Does the diagram represent balanced or unbalanced forces? How do you know?  Assignments: Newton's 1st Law Overview Calculating Net Force Practice 4   Bellwork:   Compare and contrast speed and velocity Assignments: Career Day 4th & 5th Hour: Calculating Net Force Practice 5   Bellwork: What term describes the rate of change of velocity (speeding up, slowing down, or changing direction)? If an object experiences a rightward force of 75N, a leftward force of 25N, and a leftward force of 50N, what is the net force acting on the object? Show your work. Assignments: Newton's 1st Law Skills Lab (nearpod.com) code: WKICQ 6   Bellwork: If an object is moving at a constant speed of 70km/hr to the North, what is the net force acting on the object? Assignments: Newton's 1st Law Quiz  Unit 2, Lesson 3 Visual Vocabulary 9                              Bellwork:  What is inertia? Give an example.   Assignments: 10   Bellwork: A car speeding up to get on the highway is an example of ___.  Assignments: 11   Bellwork: What is the formula for calculating speed? Calculate the speed of a train that traveled 400 miles in 5 hours. Assignments: Newton's 2nd Law Notes Calculating Net Force Using Newton's 2nd Law 12   Bellwork: A sprinter runs 200 miles in 20 seconds. What is his speed? 15m/s2 is an example of ___ (speed, velocity or acceleration)?  Assignments: Newton's 2nd Law Skills Lab (nearpod.com) code:  MISVO 13   Bellwork:  What is the formula to calculate force? Calculate the force needed to cause a 6kg bowling ball to accelerate 20m/s2. Assignments: Newton's 2nd Law Quiz  Unit 2, Lesson 4 Visual Vocabulary 16   Bellwork: Calculate the net force in the daigram. Which of Newton's 3 laws explains a satellite orbiting the Earth?   Assignments: Newton's 2nd Law Quiz Corrections Finish Lesson 4 Vocabulary 17   Bellwork:  65 mi/hour is an example of ___? (speed, acceleration, or velocity) What is the force that pulls all objects that have mass toward one another?   Assignments: Newton's 3rd Law Notes Calculating momentum practice   Parent/Teacher Conferences 18   Bellwork:  Which of Newton's 3 laws of motion explains why pushing an empty cart is easier than pushing a full one? What is the net force and direction of the table in the diagram?   Assignments: Newton's 3rd Law Skills Lab (nearpod.com) code: TMAZU 19   No School: Fall Break   Parent/Teacher Conferences 20   No School: Fall Break 23   Bellwork:   Which of Newton's 3 Laws explains rowing a boat? Calculate the momentum of a 20kg object moving at a constant velocity of 6m/s North.   Assignments: Simple motion graphs lab (due Friday) 24   Bellwork:  Calculate the speed of a train that traveled 400 miles in 5 hours. Describe (or draw) a real life example of Newton's 1st Law. Assignments: 25   Bellwork: Draw a speed graph that describes your route to school this morning. Include any stops, changes in direction, or changes in speed.  Assignments: Motion Graphs Independent Practice (due Friday) 26   Bellwork:   Describe the motion in the graph Describe the motion in the graph   Assignments: Motion Graphs skills lab (nearpod.com) code: ROUCI 27   Bellwork: Describe the motion in the graph Describe the motion of the objects in the graph.   Assignments:  Motion Graphs Quiz Unit 2, Lesson 6 visual vocabulary (due Tuesday) 30   Bellwork:   What is the formula for calculating acceleration? A student moves from her desk to the door in 17 seconds. Her speed changes from rest to 5 m/s. What is her acceleration?   Assignments: Finish Unit 2, Lesson 6 visual vocabulary Motion Graphs Quiz Corrections 31    Bellwork:    What term describes the highest part of a transverse wave? What term describes the lowest part of a transverse wave? Assignments: Manley Mansion Properties of Waves Practice (due Thursday)

 November

 1   Bellwork:   What is the term that desribes waves that require a medium through which to move? List two examples of waves you experience in every day life.   Assignments: Properties of waves Skills Lab (www.nearpod.com) Code: CKDSG 2   Bellwork:  Show me your completed waves worksheet (front side only)   Assignments: Cyber Safety Parts of a wave practice 3   Bellwork: What term describes the number of complete waves that pass a given point in a certain amount of time? What term describes the distance between two corresponding points of a wave?    Assignments: Properties of Waves Quiz Lesson 7 Vocabulary 6   Bellwork: What is the term that describes electromagnetic radiation that our eyes can detect? What is the unit for frequency of a wave?  Assignments: Light Lab Light overview 7   Bellwork: What term describes objects that will reflect or absorb light waves? List 3 materials that are considered opaque. Assignments: Sound lab Sound overview 8   Bellwork:  What is a medium? What type of waves can be felt as heat? Assignments: 9   Bellwork:   List the colors of the visible light spectrum from longest to shortest wavelength. Assignments: Electromagnetic Spectrum Skills Lab (www.nearpod.com) code: BTXUN 10   Bellwork:  What type of wave has the greatest amount of energy? What type of wave has the least amount of energy?  Assignments:  Light and the Electromagnetic Spectrum Quiz Missing Work (Catch-Up Day) 13 Bellwork:  What term describes types of objects that reflect or absorb all the light waves that strike its surface? What term describes the types of objects that allow light waves to completely pass through it? Assignments: 14 Bellwork: ___ are created when a source of energy causes a medium to vibrate. What are the 4 basic properties of waves?  Assignments: Unit 2 Review 15  Bellwork: Define refraction Give an example Assignments: Unit 2 Test 16 Bellwork: What is the relationship between the frequency and wavelength of a wave? Assignments:  Percy Julian 17 Bellwork: What term describe sthe bouncing back of a wave when it hits a surface through which it cannot pass? Assignments: Percy Julian 20    No School: Thanksgiving Break 21   No School: Thanksgiving Break 22    No School: Thanksgiving Break 23   No School: Thanksgiving Break 24    No School: Thanksgiving Break 27 28 29 30

 December

 1   Assignments: Physical and ChemicalProperties Quiz Physical and Chemical Changes Vocabulary 4 5 6 7 8   Assignments:  Physical and Chemical Changes Quiz  Atomic Structure Vocabulary 11 12 13 14 15    Assignments: Atomic Structure Quiz Periodic Table Vocabulary 18   Assignments:  1st Semester Review 19    Assignments:   1st Semester Test (Hours 1, 3, 5) 20   Assignments: 1st Semester Test (Hours 2, 4, 6) 21   No School: Winter Break 22    No School: Winter Break 25    No School: Winter Break 26   No School: Winter Break 27   No School: Winter Break 28   No School: Winter Break 29   No School: Winter Break