MARTONEN- CHEMISTRY LESSON PLANS- 9/29/14

C1.1A Generate new questions that can be investigated in the laboratory or field.

C1.1B Evaluate the uncertainties or validity of scientific conclusions using an understanding of sources of measurement error, the challenges of controlling variables, accuracy of data analysis, logic of argument, logic of experimental design, and/or the dependence on underlying assumptions.

C1.1C Conduct scientific investigations using appropriate tools and techniques (e.g., selecting an instrument that measures the desired quantity—length, volume, weight, time interval, temperature—with the appropriate level of precision).

C1.1D Identify patterns in data and relate them to theoretical models.

C1.1E Describe a reason for a given conclusion using evidence from an investigation.

C1.1f Predict what would happen if the variables, methods, or timing of an investigation were changed.

C1.1g Based on empirical evidence, explain and critique the reasoning used to draw a scientific conclusion or explanation

C1.1h Design and conduct a systematic scientific investigation that tests a hypothesis. Draw conclusions from data presented in charts or tables.

C1.1i Distinguish between scientific explanations that are regarded as current scientific consensus and the emerging questions that active researchers investigate.

C1.2A Critique whether or not specific questions can be answered through scientific investigations.

C1.2B Identify and critique arguments about personal or societal issues based on scientific evidence.

C1.2C Develop an understanding of a scientific concept by accessing information from multiple sources. Evaluate the scientific accuracy and significance of the information.

C1.2D Evaluate scientific explanations in a peer review process or discussion format.

C1.2E Evaluate the future career and occupational prospects of science fields.

C1.2f Critique solutions to problems, given criteria and scientific constraints.

C1.2g Identify scientific tradeoffs in design decisions and choose among alternative solutions.

C1.2h Describe the distinctions between scientific theories, laws, hypotheses, and observations.

C1.2i Explain the progression of ideas and explanations that lead to science theories that are part of the current scientific consensus or core knowledge.

C1.2j Apply science principles or scientific data to anticipate effects of technological design decisions.

C1.2k Analyze how science and society interact from a historical, political, economic, or social perspective.

MONDAY-

1) Quiz- 3-1- scientific notation, accuracy, precision, and error

2) Notes- 3-2- metrics- factor label method

3) Work sheet- factor label method of metric conversions

4) Finish chapter 3 review sheet

TUESDAY

1) Lab- density- students will complete a two day lab by measuring several different blocks with metric measurements and mass them with triple beam scales, calculations volume and density in correct sigfigs, units, showing work will be completing. Analysis will include error and percent error calculations. Water displacement will also be used in calculations of volume and density.

2) Finish and hand in chapter 3 review sheet

WEDNESDAY-

1) Lab- density- students will complete a two day lab by measuring several different blocks with metric measurements and mass them with triple beam scales, calculations volume and density in correct sigfigs, units, showing work will be completing. Analysis will include error and percent error calculations. Water displacement will also be used in calculations of volume and density.

2) Introduction to simple conversions- dimensional analysis practice problems

THURSDAY-

1) Complex conversions problems- dimensional anaylsis practice problems

2) Quiz- density

3) Fun dimensional analysis work sheet

FRIDAY-

1) Finish and hand in fun dimensional analysis sheet

2) Complete 2 chemistry dimensional analysis work sheets for a grade.

__MICHIGAN____COURSE CONTENT STANDARDS ADDRESSED__C1.1A Generate new questions that can be investigated in the laboratory or field.

C1.1B Evaluate the uncertainties or validity of scientific conclusions using an understanding of sources of measurement error, the challenges of controlling variables, accuracy of data analysis, logic of argument, logic of experimental design, and/or the dependence on underlying assumptions.

C1.1C Conduct scientific investigations using appropriate tools and techniques (e.g., selecting an instrument that measures the desired quantity—length, volume, weight, time interval, temperature—with the appropriate level of precision).

C1.1D Identify patterns in data and relate them to theoretical models.

C1.1E Describe a reason for a given conclusion using evidence from an investigation.

C1.1f Predict what would happen if the variables, methods, or timing of an investigation were changed.

C1.1g Based on empirical evidence, explain and critique the reasoning used to draw a scientific conclusion or explanation

C1.1h Design and conduct a systematic scientific investigation that tests a hypothesis. Draw conclusions from data presented in charts or tables.

C1.1i Distinguish between scientific explanations that are regarded as current scientific consensus and the emerging questions that active researchers investigate.

C1.2A Critique whether or not specific questions can be answered through scientific investigations.

C1.2B Identify and critique arguments about personal or societal issues based on scientific evidence.

C1.2C Develop an understanding of a scientific concept by accessing information from multiple sources. Evaluate the scientific accuracy and significance of the information.

C1.2D Evaluate scientific explanations in a peer review process or discussion format.

C1.2E Evaluate the future career and occupational prospects of science fields.

C1.2f Critique solutions to problems, given criteria and scientific constraints.

C1.2g Identify scientific tradeoffs in design decisions and choose among alternative solutions.

C1.2h Describe the distinctions between scientific theories, laws, hypotheses, and observations.

C1.2i Explain the progression of ideas and explanations that lead to science theories that are part of the current scientific consensus or core knowledge.

C1.2j Apply science principles or scientific data to anticipate effects of technological design decisions.

C1.2k Analyze how science and society interact from a historical, political, economic, or social perspective.

MONDAY-

1) Quiz- 3-1- scientific notation, accuracy, precision, and error

2) Notes- 3-2- metrics- factor label method

3) Work sheet- factor label method of metric conversions

4) Finish chapter 3 review sheet

TUESDAY

1) Lab- density- students will complete a two day lab by measuring several different blocks with metric measurements and mass them with triple beam scales, calculations volume and density in correct sigfigs, units, showing work will be completing. Analysis will include error and percent error calculations. Water displacement will also be used in calculations of volume and density.

2) Finish and hand in chapter 3 review sheet

WEDNESDAY-

1) Lab- density- students will complete a two day lab by measuring several different blocks with metric measurements and mass them with triple beam scales, calculations volume and density in correct sigfigs, units, showing work will be completing. Analysis will include error and percent error calculations. Water displacement will also be used in calculations of volume and density.

2) Introduction to simple conversions- dimensional analysis practice problems

THURSDAY-

1) Complex conversions problems- dimensional anaylsis practice problems

2) Quiz- density

3) Fun dimensional analysis work sheet

FRIDAY-

1) Finish and hand in fun dimensional analysis sheet

2) Complete 2 chemistry dimensional analysis work sheets for a grade.