•  Chemistry DIYs

    6.5 A Know that an element is a pure substance represented by chemical symbols.

    6.5 B Recognize that a limited number of the many known elements comprise the largest portion of solid Earth, living matter, oceans and the atmosphere.
    6.5 C Differentiate between elements and compounds on the most basic level.
    6.5 D Identify the formation of a new substance [compounds] by using the evidence of a possible chemical change such as production of a gas, change in temperature, production of a precipitate or color change.
    6.6 A Compare metals, non-metals, and metalloids using physical properties such as luster, conductivity or malleability. 
    Subunit 1
    DIY #1
    Periodic Table of Elements
    2.) Copy Metals, Non-Metals and Metalloid notes into your INB.
    DIY #2
    Periodic Table Practice
    1.)You will need to get a blank Periodic Table from DIY folder #2.
    2.) Label and color your blank copy just like my example (click on link). You may choose any 3 colors, but must have the top labeled just like mine.
    3.)Glue in your labeled Periodic Table to the next clean right side.
    DIY #3
    Metals, Non-Metals and Metalloids 
    2.) Copy the flow map into your notebook.
    3.)You will need to know the properties of each type by heart.   
    DIY #4
    Reading Science! Journey Through a Computer.
    2.) Read the article, pick up the questions from DIY folder #4.
    3.) Check with my answer key and glue into your notebook. 
    DIY #5
    BrainPop-Periodic Table of Elements
    1.) Click on the link: http://www.brainpop.com/ 
    2.) Once you get onto BrainPop, type in Periodic Table of Elements. Watch the video.
    3.) Grab a copy of the quiz from DIY folder #5 and complete.
    4.)Check your answers and then glue into your notebook. 

    DIY #6
    Elements and Compounds
    1.) Click on the link: Element and Compound Notes  
    2.) Copy the Element and Compound notes into you INB, Cornell style.
    DIY #7
    Element/Compound Card Sort 
    1.)You and a partner/group will complete the Element/Compound Card Sort. You can get the card sort from my desk.
    2.) You will need to place the cards in either an Element pile or a Compound pile. Once you think you've separated them correctly, you will create a T-Chart in your notebook.
    3.) Label one side Elements and the other side Compounds. Write each name down in the correct column along with the symbol or chemical formula for each example.

    DIY #8
    Reading Science! Few Elements, Many Compounds
    1.) Click on the link: Few Elements, Many Compounds article    
    2.) Read the article. Pick up the questions up from DIY folder #8.
    3.) Complete the questions. Check your answers and then fold and glue into your notebook. 

    Subunit 2
    DIY #1
     Formation of a New Substance Notes
    1.) Click on the link:  Formation of a New Substance Notes 
    2.) Copy Formation of a New Substance notes Cornell style into your notebook. 
    DIY #2
    Physical and Chemical Changes BAV
    1.) Click on the link: Physical and Chemical Changes BAV
    2.)Copy the two BAV words into your notebook. They should be in a 4-square format just like my example.
    DIY #3
    Physical and Chemical Changes T-Chart 
    1.) Click on the link: Physical and Chemical Changes T-Chart 
    2.) Copy the T-Chart into your INB. Your T-Chart should look just like the example.

    DIY #4
    Evidence of a Chemical Change Foldable
    1.) Click on the link:  Evidence of a Chemical Change Foldable
    2.) Create the foldable Evidence of a Chemical Change. There are step-by-step instructions. Your foldable should look like mine. If you are not sure of how it is folded, you may look at my notebook to see a copy.

    DIY #5 
    Chemical Change Videos and Summary
    1.) Click on the link: http://bit.ly/1FfHdnD
    2.) View the attached videos that show evidence of a Chemical Change. Write a 3-5 sentence summary about what you observed of the videos. 
    DIY #6
    Reading Science! Signs of a Chemical Change.
    1.) Click on the link:Signs of a Chemical Change article 
    2.) Pick up the questions for the article from folder #6 and read the article. There will be questions to answer that go along with this article.
    3.) Answer, check answers with answer key and then fold and glue into your notebook. 
    BrainPop-Physical and Chemical Changes
    2.) Pick up a copy of the BrainPop quiz from DIY #7 folder. 
    3.) Watch the video. Complete the quiz. Check your answers with my answer key.
    4.) Cold and glue into your notebook
    DIY #8
    Physical and Chemical Change Lab
    There will be very specific instructions and I will need you cooperation for everything to run smoothly. Attached are the instructions to the lab with a data table that will need to be completed. You will also need to complete a formal Lab Report when the experiments are over.
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