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Monday March
31, 2014
Warm Up-
Work on Monday’s Warm
Up Question
Objective
 Students will be able to distinguish
between physical properties and
chemical properties of objects.
Physical vs. Chemical
Properties
 Fold a blank piece of white paper in half.
 One side will be for physical properties
a...
Is it Chemical or Physical?
 Read the directions with your group
 Who is doing what in the experiment?
 Raise your hand...
Is it chemical or physical?
 When done…
 Return graduated cylinders and baking
soda to front table
 Rinse off spoon and...
Tuesday April
1, 2014
Warm Up-
Get out homework
Get out “Is it Physical or
Chemical?” Lab
Start Warm Up
Is it Chemical or Physical?
1. Describe the properties of the ingredients that
you used to make the glue.
2. Describe the ...
Changes in Matter Homework
 What is a physical change?
 What is a chemical change?
 How are changes in matter related t...
Physical Vs. Chemical
Changes
Each station has a different item or items in a before state and an
after state. You will ha...
Wednesday
April 2, 2014
Warm Up—
Get out your lab
Get out your homework
Start your warm up
Objective
 Students will be able to identify and
define chemical changes and physical
changes
Homework
1. Physical and
chemical
2. Chemical
3. Physical
4. Physical
5. Chemical
6. Yes. Exothermic
change; yes,
endother...
Chemical Vs. Physical Changes
Station
Number
Item(s) Before
Change
Item(s) After
Change
Is it Physical or
Chemical?
Reason...
Activity
Properties/ Changes Reading
 Work as a group
 Read and fill in the blanks
Thursday April
3, 2014
Warm Up-
1. Get out the Properties
and Changes Worksheet
from yesterday
2. Write down your
homework...
Objective
 Students will be able to identify and
describe physical and chemical changes
Properties/ Changes
Worksheet
____________ properties can be observed without chemically changing
matter.
____________ pro...
Changes Reading
 Read the article on Physical and
Chemical Changes
 Highlight
 Answer the questions
 You may work with...
Friday April 4,
2014
Warm Up—
Complete Friday’s Warm Up
**have it ready to
be handed in
Quiz
 Read ALL DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY
 ANSWER ALL PARTS OF THE QUESTION
 TURN YOUR PAPER OVER WHEN DONE
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  1. 1. Monday March 31, 2014 Warm Up- Work on Monday’s Warm Up Question
  2. 2. Objective  Students will be able to distinguish between physical properties and chemical properties of objects.
  3. 3. Physical vs. Chemical Properties  Fold a blank piece of white paper in half.  One side will be for physical properties and the other side will be for chemical properties  Page 8-9  What are they?  Examples???
  4. 4. Is it Chemical or Physical?  Read the directions with your group  Who is doing what in the experiment?  Raise your hand when you are ready to be checked
  5. 5. Is it chemical or physical?  When done…  Return graduated cylinders and baking soda to front table  Rinse off spoon and return to cup with spoons  Throw away the three cups  Make sure table is cleaned off  Start working on questions
  6. 6. Tuesday April 1, 2014 Warm Up- Get out homework Get out “Is it Physical or Chemical?” Lab Start Warm Up
  7. 7. Is it Chemical or Physical? 1. Describe the properties of the ingredients that you used to make the glue. 2. Describe the properties of the glue that you made. 3. Is making glue an example of a chemical change or a physical change? Explain how you know. 4. Did a change in energy occur with this change in matter? Explain.
  8. 8. Changes in Matter Homework  What is a physical change?  What is a chemical change?  How are changes in matter related to changes in energy?
  9. 9. Physical Vs. Chemical Changes Each station has a different item or items in a before state and an after state. You will have to go to each station. 1. Write down what items are at the station in the “Before” section. 2. Write down what items are at the station in the “After” section. (What is different?) 3. Determine whether or not the items have changed chemically or physically. 4. Write your reason for choosing that type of change. 5. Repeat for all of the stations. 6. Once complete, return to your seat.
  10. 10. Wednesday April 2, 2014 Warm Up— Get out your lab Get out your homework Start your warm up
  11. 11. Objective  Students will be able to identify and define chemical changes and physical changes
  12. 12. Homework 1. Physical and chemical 2. Chemical 3. Physical 4. Physical 5. Chemical 6. Yes. Exothermic change; yes, endothermic change; no, every change in matter involves a change in energy 7. Matter 8. True 9. True 10. True 11. Exothermic change 12. Endothermic change
  13. 13. Chemical Vs. Physical Changes Station Number Item(s) Before Change Item(s) After Change Is it Physical or Chemical? Reason 1 Ice Water Physical 2 uncooked pasta Cooked pasta Physical 3 Stick of chalk Crumbled chalk Physical 4 new penny Tarnished penny Chemical 5 Lemonade powder/ water lemonade Physical 6 Unlit match Lit match Chemical 7 salt/ water Saltwater Physical 8 Alka-Seltzer tablet/ water Bubbly water Chemical 9 Pink paper Red/ blue paper Chemical 10 Vinegar/ baking soda salt, water, CO2 gas Chemical
  14. 14. Activity
  15. 15. Properties/ Changes Reading  Work as a group  Read and fill in the blanks
  16. 16. Thursday April 3, 2014 Warm Up- 1. Get out the Properties and Changes Worksheet from yesterday 2. Write down your homework 3. Start your warm up
  17. 17. Objective  Students will be able to identify and describe physical and chemical changes
  18. 18. Properties/ Changes Worksheet ____________ properties can be observed without chemically changing matter. ____________ properties describe how a substance interacts with other substances. ____________ have definite shapes and definite volumes. ____________ have indefinite shapes and definite volumes. ____________ have indefinite shapes and indefinite volumes. Phase changes are ____________ changes. ____________ point is the temperature at which a liquid turns to a solid. It is also equal to the ____________ point which is the temperature at which a ____________ turns to a ____________. ____________ point is the temperature at which a liquid turns to a gas, and ____________ point is the temperature at which a gas turns to a liquid. Occasionally, a solid turns directly into a gas without turning into a liquid first. This is called ____________.
  19. 19. Changes Reading  Read the article on Physical and Chemical Changes  Highlight  Answer the questions  You may work with a group
  20. 20. Friday April 4, 2014 Warm Up— Complete Friday’s Warm Up **have it ready to be handed in
  21. 21. Quiz  Read ALL DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY  ANSWER ALL PARTS OF THE QUESTION  TURN YOUR PAPER OVER WHEN DONE
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