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Run experiment to test Newton's 1st.

Your materials are:

Compass, ring with four settings, (Closed, A,B and C) Two different mass marbles, ruler, one mini yellow traffic cone.

Your experiment should have a title, claim, procedure, three drawings, evidence data table and reasoning/conclusion.
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Reflection Lab Computer Journal notes
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Reflection Lab Hands on Procedure
Oh Deer!!!!
LT-How to be safe in a weapon / target rich environment


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Reflection Lab Test in hall
Simple as irrational pi
A,B,C =100pts

Supernova Ball Lab
Start your EOY slides by clicking here!
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You need your journal to do your
Black Disk Lab Please log onto
your computer and do all questions
EXCEPT for numbering the
12 disk shapes, and questions
5- 8.You have 20 minutes or until the singularity kicks in.
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Finish your Black Disk Lab now. You have 15 minutes.
You should not have to ask if it is right, you should know it is right because it makes sense any way you look at it. Simple as pi!
When done paste your five sheets into your notebook.
Answer all questions in the Black Disk Lab Answer Key in your notebook. It is due Tuesday at start of class.
Read "Hunting the Elements" We start 10 minutes into Tuesday with the test.
Watch Football Physics
and Vectors- Science of NFL Football
Start your EOY slides by clicking here! When done show me and I will grant access the sample test to see how well you prepared for the test. Warning, in the future, you earn grades, they are not given! Application and synthesis of new information into new situations is the rest of your life!
Sample Scientific Method / Physics Test.

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LT- Patterns in the Periodic Table charges of the parts of atoms
Check your answers against the Black Disk Lab Answer Key in your notebook.
Read "Hunting the Elements" We will start the movie/test in 10 minutes.
Hunting the Elements
Video link
MS-ESS3-1.
MS-ESS3-1.
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LT- Patterns in the Periodic Table charges of the parts of atoms
Hunting the Elements
Video link
MS-ESS3-1.
MS-ESS3-1.
MS-LS2-3.
EOY review slides by clicking here!
Due

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NO SCHOOL
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NO SCHOOL
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Learning Target- Patterns in the Periodic Table MS-LS 2-3.
Step 1- Complete "Hunting the Elements" We will finish it today for a test grade scan.
Log into your computer at your new seat, open the calculator. Then move to your new seat at your lab desk. We will finish the movie/test when class starts. We left off on question 42 of the Nova- "Hunting the Elements"
If you are interested in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, e-mail me and I will put you on an e-mail list. (I will be sending out as many as three more updates this school year, think of it as a glimpse at the future.)
Here is the new seating chart
Hunting the ElementsAnswer Link
F=ma review, practice for test, work on your study guide, by clicking here!( You should have this completed by the second week after winter break!.) (We will get an additional practice test in next month.)


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Atomic Punk

Atomic Punk quiz (Formative quiz counts as much as homework-RELAX!)
WKRP
"Weird Al" Yankovic - White & Nerdy (Official Video)



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LT- Patterns in the Periodic Table charges
of the parts of atoms
Correct F=ma
Google it!;-)
Mendeleev shows the predictive power of science
Atom Review
We have a sub today briefly! Finish your forces and motion handout by next Monday. If you have questions, try this, or this and finally Khan! (I will provide a guide to check your answers against on Monday, in class)
If you are interested in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, e-mail me and I will put you on an e-mail list. (I will be sending out as many as three more updates this school year, think of it as a glimpse at the future.)

At your lab desk, read the hot orange direction sheet
in the lab basket that says: "Read This Sheet First"Mendeleev will tell us about his life
to start the hour.
Step 2- Solve and explain your puzzle's patterns to each person in your group.
Step 3- When all members of your group can explain ALL four
patterns, call me over so I can quiz ALL of you.
At your lab desk, read the orange sheet that says "Read this sheet first as a lab table"

Here is the new seating chart
Periodic Table Game Lab
Learning Target-Patterns in the Periodic Table MS-LS 2-3.
At your lab desk, read the hot orange direction sheet
in the lab basket that says: "Read This Sheet First"Mendeleev will tell us about his life
to start the hour.
Step 2- Solve and explain your puzzle's patterns to each person in your group.
Step 3- When all members of your group can explain ALL four
patterns, call me over so I can quiz ALL of you.

MS-LS2-3.
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LT- Patterns in the Periodic Table charges of the parts of atoms
MS-LS2-3.
Periodic Table Game Lab
Step 1- Construct a puzzle which you did NOT solve yesterday.
Step 2- Explain your puzzle to each person in your group.
Step 3- When all members of your group can explain ALL patterns, call me over so I can quiz ALL of you.
Step 4- Construct the BIG block table. Have ALL members explain ALL the patterns present.
Step 5- Identify all patterns on each color card going across the block table and down your block table.
Step 6- Identify patterns in all cards (i.e. - How are green cards related to blue, to purple, etc. the more (Blue and Pink cards are key, yes,... you need a calculator!) in your journal.
Step 7 -Identify what each "?" card should have written on it. Copy down elements into journal and above the groups and next to each of the periods/rows, explain in your journal why you placed each element in its location.
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Step 8- Add the new elements to your block table. When correct, see me.


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LT- Patterns in the Periodic Table charges of the parts of atoms
Periodic Table Game Lab
MS-LS2-3.
Graduate of the Periodic thinking shows up! (You are FAR more intelligent!)

Step 1- Construct a puzzle which you did NOT solve yesterday.

Step 2- Explain your puzzle to each person in your group.

Step 3- When all members of your group can explain ALL patterns, call me over so I can quiz ALL of you.

Step 4- Construct the BIG block table. Have ALL members explain ALL the patterns present.

Step 5- Identify all patterns on each color card going across the block table and down your block table.

Step 6- Identify patterns in all cards (i.e. - How are green cards related to blue, to purple, etc. the more (Blue and Pink cards are key, yes,... you need a calculator!) in your journal.

Step 7 -Identify what each "?" card should have written on it. Copy down elements into journal and above the groups and next to each of the periods/rows, explain in your journal why you placed each element in its location.

KPNO4 demo

You need your journal!


Copy down notes on whiteboard under clock on Atoms and Chemical reactions.


Put Atoms and Chemical Reactions in your journal after your Periodic Table notes.


Take notes in your journal on "How big is an Atom" movie.
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LT- Patterns in the Periodic Table charges of the parts of atoms
Periodic Table Game Lab
MS-LS2-3.
Step 1- Construct a puzzle which you did NOT solve last week.
Step 2- Each person in your group needs to explain ALL patterns, call me over so I can quiz ALL of you.
Step 3- Construct the BIG block table. Have ALL members explain ALL the patterns present.
Step 4- In your journal, identify all patterns in all cards (i.e. - How are green cards related to blue, to purple, etc. the more (Blue and Pink cards are key, yes,... you need a calculator!)
Step 5 -Identify what each "?" card should have written on it. Glue your “mini” periodic table and the Gunpowder into your journal. Copy down each element into your journal and above the groups and next to each of the periods/rows, explain in your journal why you placed each element in its location.
How Small Is An Atom? Spoiler: Very Small.
What Is Something?
What Is Life?
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KPNO4
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Silently, as you log into your computer, label a page "Chemical Reactions", copy the picture from whiteboard into your journal copy the following notes/chemical reactions down:

Demo 1- Ping Pong balls are made from hydrocarbons evidence-

The smaller the chemical the ___the reaction.

Demo 2- Mg+ O2= MG O2

Demo 3- Hydrochloric Acid + Zinc --> Zinc Chloride + Hydrogen gas

2HCl + Zn --> ZnCl2 + H2

Demo 4- Calcium Carbide and water

2H₂O + CaC₂ → C₂H₂ + Ca(OH)₂

Correct your Net Forces and Acceleration here!

Check in LanSchool and play the DNA game in the folder, then take notes on the following clips!
The Rise of the Machines – Why Automation is Different this Time
Molecular Shapes
Can Science Explain the Origin of Life?
What is Chemical Evolution?
Emergence – How Stupid Things Become Smart Together
A Day in the Life of a Motor Protein
Drew Berry: Animations of unseeable biology
Electron Transport Chain

=Emergence – How Stupid Things Become Smart Together=


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Silently, as you log into your computer, label a page "Chemical Reactions", copy the picture from whiteboard into your journal copy the following notes/chemical reactions down:

Demo 1- Ping Pong balls are made from hydrocarbons evidence-

The smaller the chemical the ___the reaction.

Demo 2- Mg+ O2= MG O2

Demo 3- Hydrochloric Acid + Zinc --> Zinc Chloride + Hydrogen gas

2HCl + Zn --> ZnCl2 + H2

Demo 4- Calcium Carbide and water

2H₂O + CaC₂ → C₂H₂ + Ca(OH)₂

Correct your Net Forces and Acceleration here!

Check in LanSchool and play the DNA game in the folder, then take notes on the following clips!
The Rise of the Machines – Why Automation is Different this Time
Molecular Shapes
Can Science Explain the Origin of Life?
What is Chemical Evolution?
Emergence – How Stupid Things Become Smart Together
A Day in the Life of a Motor Protein
Drew Berry: Animations of unseeable biology
Electron Transport Chain


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Gregor Mendel and the Power of Genetics

You need a pencil/ pen (Listen well to make millions/billions change the world,or end the world as you know it!)

In your notebook, and open your notes to Mendel. Under the seven traits that Mendel studied write the word "CRISPER" we will watch a clip to explain the term.