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Printing should be done in Landscape and DOUBLE-SIDED, with the flip being along the 'SHORT' side.
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Most ELA, Math and Science teachers don't have more than 100
State Tests on their shoulders - and they enjoy anywhere from 60 to
90 minutes to teach their class. But I've been whipping the
State while teaching an average of 110 students per year - and
with only about 38 minutes for science class!
It's a matter of public record:
I've crushed the State by 17 to 32 points, and by an average
of 23 points over a 5-year stretch.
And I'm North Carolina's 2016 Top-Scoring Science Teacher.
I've done it with:
No Teaching Assistants,
No Remediation Class,
and No Test-Prep books or programs.
So what are my kids learning, doing and using?
Bossy Brocci worksheets.
1) Complete the Heating Curve/Graph (Phase Change diagram) for Water by writing in the words 'Melting' & 'Boiling' in the appropriate location
2) Analyze the 1st Data Pattern Table comparing the Latent Heat of Fusion (Enthalpy of Fusion) of water as Ice to 15 other substances:
3) Analyze the 2nd Data Pattern Table comparing the Latent Heat of Vaporization (Enthalpy of Vaporization) of Water and 11 other substances:
4) Use the Data Table on Latent Heat of Fusion and the Equation Q = m(Hfus) [where m is mass] to Calculate the Joules of absorbed heat Q in a 3rd Data Table for 10 grams of melting:
5) Use the Data Table on Latent Heat of Vaporization and the Equation Q = m(Hvap) [where m is mass] to Calculate the Joules of absorbed heat Q in a 4th Data Table for 10 grams of boiling:
6) Draw and Label a pre-scaled Vertical Bar Graph of Total Joules Absorbed from their calculated results in the preceding Q Fusion Data Table
7) Draw and Label a pre-scaled Vertical Bar Graph of Total Joules Absorbed from their calculated results in the preceding Q Vaporization Data Table
8) Answer 21 Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations & Observations in the preceding Data Tables and Graphs/Charts
9) Calculate & Record in a 5th Data Table Total Joules of Heat Q absorbed for:
10 g of ice warming up from -100 to 0 Celsius
10 g of ice melting
10 g of water warming up from 0 to 100 Celsius
10 g of water boiling
10) Answer 4 Multiple-choice questions directly beneath their Calculations & Observations in that 5th Data Table
11) Answer the Bonus question why a steam burn is worse than a boiling water burn
12) Draw a total of 12 vertical Bar graphs in 2 Charts
13) Fill-in a total of 34 cells in 4 Data Tables or Figures
14) Answer a total of 25 Multiple-choice questions
15) Discover that Ice has a remarkably High Latent Heat of Fusion (Enthalpy of Fusion) - and its implications/importance
16) Discover that Water has a remarkably High Latent Heat of Vaporization (Enthalpy of Vaporization) - and its implications/importance
17) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format
18) Be trained to define & describe Water's High Latent Heats (Enthalpies) of Fusion & Vaporization and the consequences/importance thereof methodically & systematically
Printing should be done in Landscape and double-sided, with the flip being along the 'short' side
Science Chemistry Physical Science Water's Unique Special Physical Properties Polar Water's Polarity Water's Hydrogen Bonding Hydrogen-Bonding between Water Molecules Water's Cohesion Cohesion between Water Molecules Adhesion Water's Capillary Action Capillary Action of Water Melting Point Boiling Point Water's Boiling Point Colligative Properties Heating Graph of Water Water's Heating Curve Phase Change Phase Change Diagram Phase Changes Water's Density Density of Water Density Anomaly Density Inversion Water's Density Anomaly Inversion Water's Surface Tension Measuring Surface Tension Water's Specific Heat Capacity Water's Latent Heat Enthalpy of Fusion Water's Latent Heat Enthalpy of Vaporization Dissolving Homogenous Mixture Solution Heterogeneous Mixture Miscible Immiscible Soluble Insoluble Solubility Solvent Solute Water is the Universal Solvent Solubility and Temperature