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Baker Middle School SCIENCE Lesson Plan Teacher(s): Key Vocabulary Raymond DaSilva, Instructional Strategies Subject: Physical Specifically list instructional strategies in your plan. Introduce/Translate/Provide Visual/ Use in Context Science 1. Whole Brain Teaching 7. Accountable Talk
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  Baker Middle School SCIENCE Lesson Plan Teacher(s): Raymond DaSilva, Subject: Physical Science Grade:8 th  Week: April 2nd -through April 6th Instructional Strategies   Specifically list instructional strategies in your plan. Key Vocabulary   Introduce/Translate/Provide Visual/ Use in Context 1.   Whole Brain Teaching 2.   Foldables/Graphic Organizers/Advance Organizers 3.   Think-Pair-Share 4.   Summarizing 5.   Students as teachers 6.   Checking for understanding/ Formative Assessments 7.   Accountable Talk 8.   Close Reading 9.   Modeling 10.   Think-Alouds 11.   Other ____________ Physical property Chemical property  Newton’s first law  Mass Solubility Density Malleable flammable DAY Standard/Learning Target  Activities- Include Instructional Strategies   Monday  Standard (S8P1.a) (S8P1.a) Pure Substances And Mixtures a. Develop and use a model to compare and contrast pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures. (Clarification statement: Include heterogeneous and DO NOW  (A)   Which type of graph would be MOST appropriate for a track runner to use, in order to look at how his speed varied during a 440 meter race? ( ANSWER  ): A   line graph . Line graphs are used to compare 2 sets of numbers and to show trends over time. (B)   Light travels from the sun to the earth, a distance of 144,000,000,000 meters, in 480 seconds. Calculate the approximate velocity of light in the direction it travels toward the earth. ( ANSWER  ): Light travels at a constant rate of 300,000,000 m/s . This can be determined by dividing the distance (144,000,000,000 meters) by the time (480 seconds). That's  pretty fast. In fact, nothing can travel any faster than this. Ever. Formative Assessments and Checks for Understanding: Teacher will use a checklist to monitor student progress on the Do Now during the first five minutes of class. Students will share answers to the Do Now. Think Alouds      O      P     E     N      I     N      G    Focused Instruction - Teacher will lead a brief discussion about the Do Now and will begin reviewing for GMAS Students will participate in the discussion. Accountable Talk, GMAS tutoring information will be given to students, GMAS review information will also be presented. (Small group invitations)  homogeneous mixtures. Types of bonds and compounds will  be addressed in high school  physical science.) -------------------- Learning Target I can recognize that every object exerts gravitational force on every other object and that the force exerted depends on how much mass the objects have and how far apart they are. Guided Instruction   –   Teacher will model Newton’s  first law of motion, and briefly talk about chemical and physical properties. Teacher will give students practice questions assessment(activity) for QBA WORK SESSION Collaborative Learning  : students will Plan and carry out investigations to identify the factors (e.g., distance between objects, magnetic force produced by an electromagnet with varying number of wire turns. Independent Learning -   No independent practice today. CLOSING Ticket out the door :   The law of inertia states that an object in motion will stay in motion, and an object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. Which law of motion is this describing? ANSWER: Newton's First Law  The other laws describe laws regarding force and acceleration and equal but opposite forces.   Tuesday  Standard (S8P1.c) Chemical And Physical Properties Plan and carry out investigations to compare and contrast chemical (i.e., reactivity, combustibility) and physical (i.e., density, melting point, boiling Do Now A) According to the diagram, the block should be moving in which direction? ( explain answer) ANSWER: The two forces applied are n ot balanced. The block should move in the direction of the larger force. So, the  block should move to the left.  Baker Middle School SCIENCE Lesson Plan point) properties of matter. -------------------- Learning Target I can recognize that every object exerts gravitational force on every other object and that the force exerted depends on how much mass the objects have and how far apart they are. B) Two liquids are poured into two cups. Cup A contains a colorless, odorless liquid. Cup B contains a colorless liquid with a strong odor. An ice cube floats in Cup A but sinks in Cup B. When heated, the liquid in Cup B boils at a much lower temperature than the liquid in Cup A. What kind of properties are used to compare the two liquids? ANSWER ( physical properties) Physical properties are used to compare the two liquids. Both water and rubbing alcohol have the same clear color while their boiling points, odor, and densities are all different. Formative Assessments and   Checks for Understanding: Teacher will use a checklist to monitor student progress on the Do Now during the first five minutes of class. Students will share answers to the Do Now.   Think Aloud      O      P     E     N      I     N      G    Focused Instruction-  The teacher will show students video on Chemical and physical properties. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4pQQQNwy30  Guided Instruction   –   The teacher will discuss analyzing data from power point slide Accountable Talk WORK SESSION Collaborative Learning     Students will work on gmas review questions collectively Independent Learning -  No independent practice today   CLOSING Ticket Out the Door : When she dropped a rock into a graduated cylinder of water, Veronica noticed it sank to the bottom. She decided to investigate what it would do if she tossed it into a much larger amount of water. When she tossed it into a lake, the rock sank again. A) The density of a substance is the same regardless of the amount. B) The lake had become less dense because of heavy rains in the past month. C) The rock was already wet from being submerged in the graduated cylinder of water. D) An object's density changes based on the amount of substance in which it is submerged. ANSWER: (A), The density of a substance is the same regardless of the amount, Density of a substance is a  physical property, so it remains constant.   Check for Understanding
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