view-Students will review chemical indications and learn about chemical equations and word formulas. Students will understand how to write net ionic equations. – honors Jeskey out - Students will learn how to write/balance Jeskey out

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<p>Jeskey - LMHS Lesson Plans 2016-2017</p> <p>Please note: All lessons are subject to change at any time dependent on school events and the needs of the students. Accommodations are followed according to the students individual plans in conjunction with the Guidance/ESE/ELL Departments.</p> <p>Chemistry IWEEK: 23Date: 1/17-1/20</p> <p>DAY</p> <p>MONDAY 1/16</p> <p>TUESDAY 1/17 (Mohawk)</p> <p>WEDNESDAY 1/18</p> <p>THURSDAY 1/19 (Mohawk)</p> <p>FRIDAY 1/20</p> <p>LEARNING GOAL</p> <p> Students will learn and understand how to write/ balance chemical equations as well be able to identify the 6 different types of chemical reactions. </p> <p> Students will be able to write net ionic equations as well as half reactions for redox reactions. (honors)</p> <p>OBJECTIVE</p> <p>MLK Day </p> <p>Juniors out makeup day gen ed</p> <p>Students will understand solubility rules and how to predict products. Students will understand how to write net ionic equations. honors</p> <p>Jeskey out -Students will review chemical indications and learn about chemical equations and word formulas. </p> <p>Students will understand how to write net ionic equations. honors</p> <p>Jeskey out - Students will learn how to write/balance equations- gen ed</p> <p>Understand the importance of redox reactions. Learn about oxidation numbers.- honors </p> <p>Jeskey out -Students will learn about the different types of chemical reactions: synthesis, decomposition, single-displacement, double-displacement, combustion. gen ed </p> <p>Understand the importance of redox reactions. Learn about oxidation numbers.- honors </p> <p>AGENDA</p> <p>Juniors out - Review of physical and chemical changes indications. Assessment corrects. gen ed </p> <p>Review of lab on Friday. Brief lecture on Net ionic equations. honors</p> <p>Read ch.11.1 and take Cornell notes. Answer lesson check questions 7-11. gen ed</p> <p>Net ionic equations practice on schoology. Group work activity. </p> <p>Review cornell notes from yesterday and work balancing equation ws on schoology. </p> <p>Khan academy video on oxidation numbers. Practice writing oxidation numbers on powerpoint slides. </p> <p>Read ch11.2 and take Cornell notes. Answer lesson check questions as summary. gen ed. </p> <p>Review Khan academy video on oxidation numbers and complete oxidation numbers assignment on schoology. </p> <p>TICKET OUT</p> <p>Reflection</p> <p>Reflection</p> <p>Reflection</p> <p>Reflection</p> <p>Reflection</p> <p>Instructional Strategies</p> <p>Marzano Element</p> <p>Instructional Strategy/Activity</p> <p>Monitoring/Formative Assessment</p> <p>Resources</p> <p>8. preview new content </p> <p>Direct instruction </p> <p>Cornell notes </p> <p>Powerpoint/ textbook </p> <p>8. previewing new content </p> <p>Model/ Examples </p> <p>Cornell notes</p> <p>Powerpoint/Textbook/</p> <p>Chemistry worksheets</p> <p>19. Helping students practice skills </p> <p>Practice problems</p> <p>Teacher obversation</p> <p>Textbook/ workskeet</p> <p>6. Identifying critical content</p> <p>Review of old content</p> <p>Teacher observation</p> <p>Powerpoint/textbook </p> <p>Adaptations for Unique Student Needs: (Differentiated Instruction): </p> <p>One to one help for students</p> <p>Powerpoint posted on schoology </p> <p>Clarification of questions (if needed) </p> <p>Extra-time given for assignments/assessments </p> <p>Priority seating </p>

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