document: Compounds and Solutions GRASPS Abstract: Please note that students should be exposed to compounds like calcium carbonate and sodium hydrogen carbonate but will only be required to name and write formulas for binary compounds. This is why the formulas are provided for the polyatomic compounds to students.
Document: Groups on the Periodic Table Project Abstract: This six weeks you will be required to do a group project over a specific group on the periodic table. You will also be required to utilize technology to present this material.
Document: Complete Unit 1 Overview_Organization-1 Abstract: Cells have particular structures that underlie their functions. SB1A All cells are composed of many different molecules that are organized into specialized structures that carry out cell functions. SB1C Multi-cellular organisms are formed as highly organized arrangements of differentiated cells. SB3bCellular processes of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are similar in-spite of their structural differences. SB1a
Document: 4 States of Matter Problem-2 Abstract: : Two states of matter must work together to solve a problem. As they solve the problem, the state of matter should also be able to show how their molecular and atomic movement helps in the problem’s solution.
Document: Optical Illusion Project Abstract: This project can be done by individual students or with teams of students. The write-up is based on team projects. Feel free to adapt this project to individual projects
Document: Unit 1 Motion-1 Abstract: Section 1 of this unit introduces students to the topic of motion in one and two dimensions. All motion must be compared to a frame of reference. After learning the difference between vector and scalar quantities, the students will learn about how to describe the motion of an object in terms of its position, velocity, and...
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