Please follow the seating chart left with your substitute to work efficiently.

1. Complete the analysis questions from the lab you completed on Friday. Your lab set ups were moved so no one can contaminate your results.

2. Work on your conclusion and write a claim, support it with evidence, and use reasoning to the best of your ability.

3. Use the textbooks and the laptops in the back of the room to complete the following:

- Take notes on Chapter 21 and 22 (add these notes to Unit 2: topic 1 and 3 where you believe they are relevant.
- Complete Concept Checks: These are problems located throughout the reading.

4. Please complete the two forms under the Housekeeping topic called "Student Learning Survey" and "Student Annual Goals" located at the bottom of the pages.

Here is the link to the sub plans: 06 Nov 17 (Web view)

See OneNote for the remainder of the substitute plans if you have completed the above and are ready to move ahead with more support in terms of content and problems.

12 OCT 17

Finish the RTE-2 Describing Matter lab on density. Use the resources available in the room and collaborate with peers. Students must SEESAW one image of their data table on Seesaw and in your caption include any claims you believe you can make based on your data.

The Chemistry textbook (red book in the back of the classroom) has additional information about density in Chapter 3.4. Complete as many practice problems as possible.

Also, review sections 3.1 - 3.3 to practice concepts and math related to measurements as you will be re-tested to ensure mastery. We will start conversions and talking about atoms next week!

13 OCT 17

1. Please finish RTE-2 Describing Matter by working with lab partners to…

- reviewing data
- creating a graph
- brainstorming what you are learning in this lab to modify your purpose
- making a list of observations you noted about your data, claims and evidence to use in your conclusion

- Complete the worksheet (which will be turned in on MONDAY)
- The actual densities for the cubes are on the folded sheets in the small plastic bin where the cubes were stored.
- Use the instructions that come with the box of cubes to note the actual/accepted/theoretical values of the materials.
- Additional: Create another data table that lists (1) the types of cubes, (2) the actual density according to the company, (3) your calculated density based on your measurements, and (4) your percent error.
- SHOW YOUR WORK for percent error. If you do not know how to do percent error still, use the short Educreations video on percent error, Chemistry textbook, google it, ask peers in class.
- This data table will be attached to the worksheet when you turn it in on Monday.
- Make sure your calculations are labeled appropriately to clearly identify what all the numbers indicate and use units and significant figures.

4. Then read and review sections 3.1 - 3.3 and prepare for Monday's reading comprehension/re-learn quiz on these sections. These sections cover measurement and a new topic: Conversions. Do as many practice questions at the end of each section as time allows. SHOW ALL WORK

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