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  1. Oct 5, 2012 AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Review 3 – Quiz 4 – Density Today’s Goal: Students will succeed on their quiz Homework: • Density Handout

  2. CHAMPS for Bell Ringer C – Conversation – No talking. H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions, do not call me over verbally A – Activity – Answer Questions on loose leaf piece of binder paper. M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Bell Ringer sheet, notes. Stay in seats. P – Participation – Work on bell ringer. S – Success – Finish bell ringer in 5 min.

  3. Friday, October 5th Objective: Students will review concepts from their quiz and then correct it at home for more credit. Bell Ringer: • Define atomic number • Define isotope. • How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom if given the mass number?

  4. 4 MINUTES REMAINING…

  5. Friday, October 5th Objective: Students will review concepts from their quiz and then correct it at home for more credit. Bell Ringer: • Define atomic number • Define isotope. • How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom if given the mass number?

  6. 3 MINUTES REMAINING…

  7. Friday, October 5th Objective: Students will review concepts from their quiz and then correct it at home for more credit. Bell Ringer: • Define atomic number • Define isotope. • How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom if given the mass number?

  8. 2 MINUTES REMAINING…

  9. Friday, October 5th Objective: Students will review concepts from their quiz and then correct it at home for more credit. Bell Ringer: • Define atomic number • Define isotope. • How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom if given the mass number?

  10. 1minute Remaining…

  11. Friday, October 5th Objective: Students will review concepts from their quiz and then correct it at home for more credit. Bell Ringer: • Define atomic number • Define isotope. • How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom if given the mass number?

  12. 30 Seconds Remaining…

  13. Friday, October 5th Objective: Students will review concepts from their quiz and then correct it at home for more credit. Bell Ringer: • Define atomic number • Define isotope. • How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom if given the mass number?

  14. BELL-RINGER TIME IS UP!

  15. Oct 5, 2012 AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Review 3 – Quiz 4 – Density Today’s Goal: Students will succeed on their quiz Homework: • Density Handout

  16. CHAMPS for Review C – Conversation – Completely silent. H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions or to speak, do not call me over verbally A – Activity – Take Notes (it will help you remember) M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Notebook or Paper. P – Participation – Use as an opportunity to study. S – Success – Stay focused, mentally prepared for quiz.

  17. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet • Elements: • A pure substance containing only one kind of ____________. • An element is always uniform all the way through (homogeneous). • An element _____________ be separated into simpler materials. • Over 100 existing elements are listed and classified on the ____________________.

  18. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet • Elements: • A pure substance containing only one kind of __atom____. • An element is always uniform all the way through (homogeneous). • An element __cannot___ be separated into simpler materials (except during nuclear reactions). • Over 100 existing elements are listed and classified on the _Periodic Table_.

  19. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet • Compounds: • A pure substance containing two or more kinds of _______________. • The atoms are _________________ combined in some way. A compound is always homogeneous (uniform). • Compounds ___________________ be separated by physical means. Separating a compound requires a chemical reaction. • The properties of a compound are usually different than the properties of the elements it contains.

  20. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet • Compounds: • A pure substance containing two or more kinds of __atoms__. • The atoms are ___chemically___ combined in some way. Often times (but not always) they come together to form groups of atoms called molecules. • A compound is always homogeneous (uniform). • Compounds ___cannot___ be separated by physical means. Separating a compound requires a chemical reaction. • The properties of a compound are usually different than the properties of the elements it contains.

  21. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet • Compounds: • A pure substance containing two or more kinds of __atoms__. • The atoms are ___chemically___ combined in some way. Often times (but not always) they come together to form groups of atoms called molecules. • A compound is always homogeneous (uniform). • Compounds ___cannot___ be separated by physical means. Separating a compound requires a chemical reaction. • The properties of a compound are usually different than the properties of the elements it contains.

  22. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet • Mixtures: • Two or more ________________ or _________________ NOT chemically combined. • No reaction between substances. • Mixtures can be uniform (called ________________________) and are known as solutions. • Mixtures can also be non-uniform (called ________________________). • Mixtures can be separated into their components by chemical or physical means. • The properties of a mixture are similar to the properties of its components.

  23. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet • Mixtures: • Two or more __elements___ or ____compounds__ NOT chemically combined. • No reaction between substances. • Mixtures can be uniform (called __homogeneous___) and are known as solutions. • Mixtures can also be non-uniform (called ____heterogeneous____). • Mixtures can be separated into their components by chemical or physical means. • The properties of a mixture are similar to the properties of its components. • .

  24. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet

  25. Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet

  26. CHAMPS for Quiz C – Conversation – Completely silent. H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions or to speak, do not call me over verbally A – Activity – Work on quiz. M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Notebook or Paper. P – Participation – Complete quiz, save last question for last. S – Success – Stay focused, work quickly.