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1 LESSON PLAN 3 Matter Properties and Changes Chapter Please note that this pace is based on completing selected sections of the text in 90 classes, approximately 90 minutes each. Refer to the Course Planning Guide on page v of this booklet for a complete list of time allotments assigned to each section. Less time can be allocated for each chapter if you plan to teach all 26 chapters. Period Content Properties of Matter Changes in Matter Mixtures of Matter Elements and Compounds 0.5 Review and Assessment Block Scheduling s Chemistry: Matter and Change Chapter 3 27

2 LESSON PLAN 3.1 Properties of Matter pages Lesson National Science Content Standards: UCP.1, UCP.2, UCP.3; A.1; B.2, B.3, B.4, B.5, B.6; G.1 Kentucky Core Content for Science Assessment: 1.2.5; SIb, SIc; ACa, ACc Identify the characteristics of a substance. Distinguish between physical and chemical properties. Differentiate among the physical states of matter. Section Focus Transparency 9 Teaching Transparency 7 Study Guide for Content Mastery, pp TCR Chemistry Interactive CD-ROM, Section 3.1 Exploration and Video Guided Reading Audio Program, Section 3.1 Laboratory Manual, pp TCR Section 3.1 TCR Spanish Resources 3.1 TCR Distribute the corrected Chapter 2 tests. Introduce Chapter 3 with Using the Photo. Teach the main concepts of Section 3.1. Reinforce Section 3.1 concepts using the Teaching Transparency. Complete the Check for Understanding strategy. Have students complete the Knowledge Assessment. Have students complete Section 3.1 Assessment. Section Focus Transparency 9 TWE, p. 54 TWE, pp Teaching Transparency 7 and Master TWE, p. 58 TWE, p. 59 SE, p. 60 SE, pp minutes 1 [total 4] 28 Chemistry: Matter and Change Chapter 3 Block Scheduling s

3 LESSON PLAN 3.2 Changes in Matter pages Lesson and ChemLab National Science Content Standards: UCP.1, UCP.2, UCP.3; B.2, B.3, B.5, B.6 Kentucky Core Content for Science Assessment: 1.3.1; SIa, SIb, SIc, SIe, SIf; ACa, ACc Define physical change and list several common physical changes. Define chemical change and list several indications that a chemical change has taken place. Apply the law of conservation of mass to chemical reactions. Section Focus Transparency 10 Math Skills Transparency 2 Teaching Transparency 8 ChemLab and MiniLab Worksheets, pp TCR Study Guide for Content Mastery, p. 15 TCR Challenge Problems, p. 3 TCR Section 3.2 TCR Spanish Resources 3.2 TCR Guided Reading Audio Program, Section 3.2 Have students check homework answers. Section Focus Transparency 10 TWE, pp. 59, 60, Discussion Answer any questions about homework. TWE, pp. 59, 60, Teach the main concepts of Section 3.2. Have students read the ChemLab and begin preparations. (Note: this lab will take one period to complete. Time adjustments may be necessary in subsequent lessons.) TWE, pp SE, pp Complete the Reteach strategy. TWE, p. 65 Have students complete Section 3.2 Assessment. SE, p. 65 SE, pp [total 4] Block Scheduling s Chemistry: Matter and Change Chapter 3 29

4 LESSON PLAN 3.3 Mixtures of Matter pages period Lesson and MiniLab National Science Content Standards: UCP.1, UCP.2, UCP.3; A.1; B.2; E.1 Kentucky Core Content for Science Assessment: SIb, SIc; ACa Contrast mixtures and substances. Classify mixtures as homogeneous or heterogeneous. List and describe several techniques used to separate mixtures. Section Focus Transparency 11 ChemLab and MiniLab Worksheets, p. 9 TCR Study Guide for Content Mastery, p. 16 TCR Chemistry Interactive CD-ROM, Section 3.3 Experiment and Exploration Guided Reading Audio Program, Section 3.3 Forensics Laboratory Manual, pp TCR Small-Scale Laboratory Manual, pp TCR Section 3.3 TCR Spanish Resources 3.3 TCR Have students check homework answers. Section Focus Transparency 11 TWE, pp. 65, Discussion Answer any questions about homework. TWE, pp. 65, Introduce Section 3.3 with the MiniLab. Teach the main concepts of Section 3.3. Reinforce Section 3.3 concepts using the Portfolio Assessment. Complete the Check for Understanding and Reteach strategies. Have students complete Section 3.3 Assessment. SE, p. 68 TWE, pp TWE, p. 66 TWE, p. 69 SE, p. 69 SE, pp minutes 1 [total 90 minutes] 30 Chemistry: Matter and Change Chapter 3 Block Scheduling s

5 LESSON PLAN 3.4 Elements and Compounds pages Lesson National Science Content Standards: UCP.1, UCP.2, UCP.3; A.1, B.1, B.2, B.3, B.6; E.2; F.4, F.6; G.1, G.2, G.3 Kentucky Core Content for Science Assessment: 1.2.3; SIb, SIc; ACb, ACc Distinguish between elements and compounds. Describe the organization of elements on the periodic table. Explain how all compounds obey the laws of definite and multiple proportions. Section Focus Transparency 12 Math Skills Transparency 3 Teaching Transparencies 9 10 s ChemLab and MiniLab Worksheets, pp TCR Study Guide for Content Mastery, pp TCR Guided Reading Audio Program, Section 3.4 Cosmic Chemistry Videodisc, Disc 3, Side 6; Disc 4, Side 8; Disc 2, Side 3 Section 3.4 TCR Spanish Resources 3.4 TCR Supplemental Problems, pp. 3 4 TCR Have students check homework answers. Section Focus Transparency 12 TWE, pp. 69, Discussion Answer any questions about homework. TWE, pp. 69, Teach the main concepts of Section 3.4. TWE, pp Reinforce Section 3.4 concepts using the Math Skills Transparency. Complete the Check for Understanding strategy. Answer questions on Chapter 3 in preparation for the test. Math Skills Transparency 4 and Master TWE, p. 76 TWE, pp Have students complete Section 3.4 Assessment. Assign supplemental problems to prepare students for the test. SE, p. 77 SE, pp Supplemental Problems, p. 3 TCR [total 4] Block Scheduling s Chemistry: Matter and Change Chapter 3 31

6 LESSON PLAN Review and Assessment Matter Properties and Changes Review/Assessment Assessment Resources Chapter Assessment, Ch. 3 TCR Performance Assessment in the Science Classroom, TCR Alternate Assessment in the Science Classroom, TCR Reviewing Chemistry: Preparing for the CATS, TCR TestCheck Software, Ch. 3 Chemistry Interactive CD-ROM, Ch. 3 quiz Vocabulary PuzzleMaker Software, Ch. 3 Have students check homework answers. TWE, pp. 77, Supplemental Problems, p. 3 TCR Reviewing the Chapter Answer any questions about homework. Answer any final questions about Chapter 3. Supplemental Problems, p. 3 TCR TWE, pp Assessment Distribute the test and allow students to work quietly. Chapter Assessment, pp TCR Closing As students complete the test, have them read the Chapter 4 Opener. If students have time, let them explore the Chemistry Online for Chapter 4. SE, p. 86 ky.science.glencoe.com [total 4] 32 Chemistry: Matter and Change Chapter 3 Block Scheduling s

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