Welcome to Mrs Haydamacker's Physical Science & Chemistry Class!
Three things you are expected to bring to class EVERY DAY:
BINDER TABS SHOULD BE LABELED THE WAY YOU LIKE TO ORGINIZE THE BEST, BY CATEGORY OR BY CHAPTER:
One Rule: Be Respectful
RubeGoldberg Lab: http://pbskids.org/zoom/games/goldburgertogo/rubegame.html
7th Grade Chemistry/Physical Science Targets
Chapter 10 & 11 Waves & Sound
· Can you describe how mechanical waves transfer energy?
· Can you indentify examples of transverse, compression, seismic, water, and sound waves?
· Can you label parts of a wave?
· Can you contrast amplitude of compression & transverse waves?
Chapter 12 & 13 Electromagnetic Waves & Light
· Can you describe how electromagnetic waves transfer energy?
· Can you compare/contrast the categories on the electromagnetic spectrum?
· Can you identify uses of each category on the electromagnetic spectrum?
· Can you explain the process of energy transfer from the sun to Earth?
Chapter 17 Properties of Atoms & the Periodic Table
· Can you identify and define parts of an atom?
· Can you explain the difference between atomic # and mass #?
· Can you describe the changes the atomic model throughout history?
· Can you define isotope and determine if one is drawn correctly?
Chapter 19 Elements & their Properties
· Can you describe how elements on the periodic table are organized?**
· Can you classify substances into families of the periodic table based on their chemical and physical properties?
Chapter 20 & 21 Chemical Bonds & Reactions
· Can you draw & name compounds?
· Can you write formulas & name compounds?
· Can you identify evidence that a chemical change has occurred? (Ch 21)
· Can you compare & contrast physical and chemical properties of products and reactants in a chemical change?
· Describe the advancement of science because of contributions of technology & people throughout history & across cultures.
Chapter 23 Acids, Bases, and Salts
· Can you classify solutions as acidic or basic given their pH?
· Can you describe test that are used to distinguish and acid from a base?