This powerpoint is meant to follow Tarbuck and Lutgens Earth - An Introduction to Physical Geology textbook. This powerpoint covers historical perspectives of geology, basics of geologic time, origin of the earth, and basic geologic terms.
In this experiment, students will make observations as they test several solutions for conductivity. They will explore what types of compounds can become electrolytes, what determines electrolyte strength, and how electrolytes are involved in the
This is another version of an Electrolyte Lab that allows students to categorize various solutions as strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes, or nonelectrolytes. This also included guided hypothesis writing and additional conclusion questions.
In this lab, students will use indicators to test common chemicals and determine their pH levels. First, students will test the liquids with a pH testing strip, called “litmus” paper. This will tell if the substance is an acid or a base. Then,
Students compare and discuss the progression of historic models of the atom from Thomsom, Rutherford, Bohr, and the Quantum model by filling in guided notes and then drawing the corresponding model of the atom.
These guided notes go through the periodic table trends of atomic radius, ionic radius, ionization energy, and electronegativity. This should be paired with a coloring activity for the periodic table to identify atomic number, metals, nonmetals,
Instead of having students turn in homework or warm ups each day, I can check for completion by stamping or giving a sticker at the beginning of class when the work is complete. Students then turn in the stamp sheet at the end of the week for a