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  • Chemistry Review & Wonder of Water Reading

  • Water

    Polar Molecule

    H H

    O

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  • Outline of Lesson

    1. Grade 7 Chemistry Review Quiz 2. Wonder of Water Table Discussion 3. Start on Homework

  • Grade 7 Chemistry Review Quiz

    1. Number1-8 in your science notebook 2. Take the quiz as an individual 3. Check your answers with your group 4. Go over the answers as a class

  • Question #1

    What is the correct chemical formula for water?

    A.H2O B. H2O C. H2O D. 2HO

  • Question #2 Which of the following pictures is of an atom?

    (hint: there may be more than one)

    A B C

    D E

  • Question #3 Which of the following pictures is of a molecule?

    (hint: there may be more than one)

    A B C

    D E

  • Question #4 Which of the following pictures is of a compound?

    (hint: there may be more than one)

    A B C

    D E

  • Question #5

    • Label A, B & C with the following terms…. – Electron – Proton – Neutron

    B

    C

    A

  • Question #6

    What is this called?

  • Question #7

    Which of the numbers below is the atomic number for carbon?

  • Question #8

    The atomic number is…

    A. The number of protons an atom has

    B. The number of electrons an atom has

    C. The number of neutrons an atom has

    D. Mr. Eisner’s favorite number

  • ANSWERS

  • Question #1

    What is the correct chemical formula for water?

    A.H2O B. H2O C. H2O D. 2HO

  • Question #2 Which of the following pictures is of an atom?

    (hint: there may be more than one)

    A B C

    D E

  • Question #3 Which of the following pictures is of a molecule?

    (hint: there may be more than one)

    A B C

    D E

  • Question #4 Which of the following pictures is of a compound?

    (hint: there may be more than one)

    A B C

    D E

  • Question #5

    • Label A, B & C as one of the following…. – Electron – Proton – Neutron B

    C

    AA – Negative Charge

    B – Neutral Charge C – Positive Charge

    Nucleus

    Electron Shells

  • Question #6

    What is this called? Periodic Table of

    the Elements

  • You may choose to print one out

    and put it in your science

    notebook!

    2 versions have been loaded onto Google

    Drive.

  • Question #7

    Which of the numbers below is the atomic number for carbon?

  • Question #8

    The atomic number is…

    A. the number of protons an atom has

    B. the number of electrons an atom has

    C. the number of neutrons an atom has

    D. Mr. Eisner’s favorite number

  • Did you pass the 7th grade chemistry quiz?

  • Atom Molecule Protons Neutrons Electrons Hydrogen Bond Solid

    Wonder of Water Reading Vocabulary

    I will be listening for the use of these words today!

    Liquid Gas Cohesion Adhesion Capillary Action Surface Tension Heat capacity

  • The Wonder of Water Discussion Activity

    Group Roles

    Person A – Time Keeper Person B – Task Manager Person C – “Materials Getter” Person D – English Ambassador

  • Wonder of Water Reading Discussion Activity

    The Wonder of Water Mind Map Directions: 1. In each box, put one of the main headings from the reading 2. For each heading include the following

    a. 3-5 important facts/concepts (with detail) b. ALL Vocabulary words from the section (defined) c. 1 or more drawings or pictures that help to explain concepts or

    vocabulary words. 3. When you are done, answer the questions on the back.

    Turn it in when you are done!

  • Homework (Due NEXT Class we have together)

    http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-polarity-makes-water-be have-strangely-christina-kleinberg#watch

    http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-polarity-makes-water-behave-strangely-christina-kleinberg#watch http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-polarity-makes-water-behave-strangely-christina-kleinberg#watch