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Why do we have the scientific method?
TURN IN SYLLABUS &amp; “GETTING TO KNOW
YOU”!!!
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What are the steps to the scientific method?
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1. Design a short experiment. Just describe
the independent, dependent, and control
variables.
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1. What was your hypothesis for the Drops on
a Penny lab? Put it in a complete sentence!
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1. Why is an abstract important.
2. What information should you include in an
abstract?
3. What are the 5 parts of a lab report?
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1. What information should you include in an
introduction to a lab report?
2. What was the purpose for our penny lab
experiment?
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PUT EVERYTHING AWAY EXCEPT A PENCIL &amp;
ERASER
HAVE A BOOK OR SOME TYPE OF WORK TO
GET A YELLOW FOLDER
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GOOD LUCK! 
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TURN IN SCIENCE STARTERS FROM THE LAST
3 WEEKS!
1. For the drops on a penny lab, what
information should you include in each
section of the lab report?
1. Put everything away except for a
pen/pencil
 2. If you already took
the quiz, take out a
book or homework
to work on.
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1. Why do we have the periodic table?
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1. Who organized the periodic table?
2. How is the periodic table organized?
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1. Think back to our conversations on matter,
what is matter?
2. How is matter characterized?
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1. Explain the following statement:
All compounds are molecules but not all
molecules are compounds.
2. How are heterogeneous mixtures different from
homogeneous mixtures?
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1. Why does energy matter when we are
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1. If you change an ice cube to liquid water,
are you adding heat or taking away heat?
2. Is this endothermic or exothermic?
3. Put everything away except for a pencil or
pen!!!
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1. What is the difference between
vaporization and condensation?
2. unscramble the following terms and give
their definitions:
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A. eezfre
B. dilso
C. ags
D. tlem
E. maitobsunli
F. Qiludi
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Write at least 5 sentences describing the
three different states of matter that we have
discussed.
◦ Include what the molecules of each look like.
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What are the three different types of
measurements for gases?
Describe the relationship between
temperature &amp; volume (Charles’s Law)
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Choose either Charles’s Law or Boyle’s Law.
Describe the law and draw a graph
representing what the law looks like.
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1. We should all know what matter is, but
what are the two main branches of matter?
(hint: think back to the flowchart on matter)
2. What is the difference between a pure
substance and a mixture?
3. Which of the following molecules are also
compounds?
◦ A. NaCl
◦ B. O2
◦ C. C6H12O6
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Once you have finished the quiz, answer the
science starter for today (not shown yet!)
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Get out your review and have it open to the
page with the example short answer
questions.
I will come by and check it off. If you do not
have it out by the time I get to you, you will
lose points!!!
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Get out your periodic table &amp; notes. Sit
quietly!!!
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1. Find the number of protons, electrons, &amp;
neutrons in a single atom of the following
elements:
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C
Xe
Ba
Rb
Mo
Mn
Co
Ni
Pt
K
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1. Find the number of protons, electrons, &amp;
neutrons for the following elements:
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Cd
Cr
Ti
Hf
Os
W
Pd
Li
He
O
N
F
Ar
Na
Ne
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1. Find the number of protons, neutrons &amp;
electrons for the following:
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Cl
F
Fr
Rn
2. Which of the metals are the most reactive?
3. Which of the nonmetals do not like to react
at all?
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1. List the Earth names for the elements
2. Why could you place some elements with
just one clue while other elements you
needed more than one clue?
3. Why could you use clues about atomic
mass to place elements even though the table
is now based on atomic numbers?
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1. What are some properties of metals?
2. What are some properties of nonmetals?
3. What are noble gases &amp; where are they on
the periodic table?
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1. Match the following words with their definitions:
Metal
Nonmetal
Alkali metal
Alkaline earth metal
Noble gases
Metalloids (semi metals)
DEFINITIONS:
a. Good conductors of electricity &amp; heat, shiny
b. Do no like to react with anything
c. Have some qualities of metals and some qualities of nonmetals
d. The most reactive of the metals
e. More reactive than transition metals but less reactive than alkali metals
f. Poor conductors of heat &amp; electricity, brittle, dull
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