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About this Product
• This product included bell ringers designed to be completed as “warmups” at the beginning of lessons.
• A single activity should be completed in five minutes at the very beginning of class.
• Students do NOT need prior knowledge to complete a bell ringer. Students DO need a dictionary or glossary.
• Bell ringers align with my interactive notebook chapters.
• Half-page and full page printing options included. Full page format is optimized for three-ring-binder hole-punching.
• Answer key included.
• Download a FREE Bell Ringer Unit to learn more about my bell ringers
• Save 45% with the Physical Science Complete Curriculum
• Save 50% with the Integrated Science Complete Curriculum
Bell Ringer #1: What is matter?
Bell Ringer #2: Properties of Matter
Bell Ringer #3: Quantitative Properties of Matter
Bell Ringer #4: Qualitative Properties of Matter
Bell Ringer #5: Intensive vs. Extensive Properties of Matter
Bell Ringer #6: Tools to Study Properties of Matter
Bell Ringer #7: Chemical Properties of Matter
Bell Ringer #8: Properties of Matter Summary
Bell Ringer #9: States of Matter
Bell Ringer #10: Phase Change Overview
Bell Ringer #11: Phase Change: Heating & Cooling
Bell Ringer #12: Physical vs. Chemical Change
Bell Ringer #13: Conservation of Mass
Bell Ringer #14: Metal vs. Nonmetal
Bell Ringer #15: Alloys
Differentiation and Tiering
A colored shape code is denoted to help you differentiate concepts:
• Bell ringers with a green circle cover basic ideas and understandings.
• Bell ringers with a blue square cover intermediate ideas and understandings.
• Bell ringers with a black diamond cover advanced ideas and understandings.
Each bell ringer has three questions with a "signal strength" to probe lower, mid and higher order thinking:
• Part A questions with a “low” signal strength assess whether students can remember, recall and understand facts.
• Part B questions with a “medium” signal strength asses whether students can apply, analyze or explain information.
• Part C questions with a “high” signal strength assess whether students can evaluate, judge or interpret information.
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