Mass, Density, Volume Lab
Homework (Aina Only)
Read the document from the Google drive entitled “MassDensityVolumestudent reading”.
After the reading, open the document entitled” Mass/Density/Volume Homework Questions”. You may answer the questions directly in the document and share with me..
Due Wednesday, January 29
Applied Math (Kai)
Complete Histogram and follow-up questions, Due in Science on Wednesday, January 29
Mass, Density, Volume Labhttp://hawaii.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/psu06-nano.sci.matter/what-is-matter/
Homework (Kai Only) Read the document from the Google drive entitled “MassDensityVolumestudent reading”. After the reading, open the document entitled” Mass/Density/Volume Homework Questions”.
You may answer the questions directly in the document and share with me..
Due Wednesday, January 29
Applied Math – ‘Aina
Complete Pie Chart. Include a question that can be answered by interpreting the data in your chart.
Due in Science on Thursday, January 30.
Mixtures and Solutions Lab
Complete Lab Write-Up, Due Thursday, January 30
Mini Quiz- 10 pts. Labs from this week, Class Notes from Mixtures and Solutions and Mass, density, volume)
Science Friday due Tomorrow (see column at right)
Notebook Check (Labs from this week, Class Notes from Mixtures and Solutions and Diagram for Mas/Density/Volume homework)
Science Friday Virtual- Due 1/31
Read the transcript at the link above.
Answer these questions in a Google doc titled: "Science Friday- Plague DNA":
1. What was the plague called and how did it get its name?
2. When and where did the Justinian Plague occur and what are the estimates of how many people died from it?
3. Were scientists looking for the bacterium that caused this plague? If not, hat were the circumstances that led to its discovery?
4. What region was identified as the source of this plaugue?
5. Could an epidenic of bacteial plague spread today? How have modern advances in medicine made humans safer form this type of infectious disease?
OPTIONAL- For students intererested in the primary source material, see below for a link to the complete article covering the research which was published in The Lancet/ Infectious Diseases
Extension of the Week!Phases of Matter interactive with temperature and pressure variables
Use these web resources to complete assignments and to develop fluency.
Chemical elements and molecular strusture interactive:
Click on any of the elements in the table for photos, where the elemnts are found and lots of interesting information. DO NOT surf outside of the table and the elements on the site DURING CLASS TIME (you can explore other site features on your own time)
View complete layout of Periodic Table. Search each element for details, shows orbitals, common compounds formed
Here is a link to the review video we watched in class on Monday and Tuesday, in case you missed it- or LOVED it!
And from Mr. White-- just for fun!
How Do Scientist Work together to Solve Problems????