Lesson Plan - Chemistry
Semester 2 Chemistry Week 1 & 2:

                   

ESLR's Targeted


_x_ Consciousness
_x_ Reason
__ Synergy
__ Action

DOK Level Targeted

_x_ Level 1 Recall
_x_ Level 2 Skill/ Concept
_x_ Level 3 Strategic Thinking
_x_ Level 4 Extended Thinking

Thinking Maps Utilized

Illustrative sketches
Free Body Diagrams
2 column derivation method

Essential Question(s):

What did you learn last semester? wk 1 What is diffusion? wk 1 What are the 3 kinds of acids and bases? wk 2

Learning Target:

Review gas laws. Diffusion. Introduction t acids and bases.

Targeted Vocabulary:

diffusion, Venn Diagrams, Ahrrenius, Bronsted-Lowry, Lewis acids and bases

SDAIE (Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English) Features:

Preparation


_x_ Adaptation of Content
__ Links to Background
_x_ Links to Past Learning
__ Strategies Incorporated

Scaffolding


_x_ Modeling
_x_ Questioning
_x_ Guided Practice
_x_ Comprehensible Input

Grouping Options


_x_ Whole Class
__ Small Groups
_x_ Partners
__ Independent

Integration of Process


_x_ Reading
_x_ Writing
_x_ Speaking
_x_ Listening

Reinforcement


__ Hands-on
__ Meaningful
_x_ Linked to Objectives
__ Promotes Engagement

CFU/Assessment


_x_ Individual
_x_ Group
__ Written
_x_ Oral

CFU (Checking for Understanding) Techniques: Refer to the CFU Techniques Index Handout

Individual


__ Half-statement
__ What's Next
__ Unbundling
__ Feign Ignorance
__ Why and How
__ Rollback
_x_ If/Then
__ Framework
_x_ Steering Hint

Whole Group


__ Call-and-Response
_x_ Write it Down
__ Visible Thinking
__ Forced Choice

Combined (Individual & Whole Group)


_x_ Think-Pair-Share
__ The Combo Meal

Response(s) to CFU: Refer to the CFU Techniques Index Handout

General


__ Take a Stand
__ I Need More Hands
__ Repeat

Stretch It (Correct)


_x_ Why and How
__ Another Way to Answer
__ A Better Word
__ Evidence
__ Integrate a Related Skill
__ Same Skill; New Setting

Right is Right (Partially Correct)


__ Hold out for All the Way
__ Answer My Question
__ Right Answer; Right Time
_x_ Technical Vocabulary

Break it Down (Incorrect)


_x_ Provide an Example
_x_ Provide Context
__ Provide a Rule
_x_ Refer to Steps
__ Rollback
__ Eliminate False Choices

No Opt Out (IDK's)


_x_ Hint and Return
__ Answer and Repeat

Subject: Physics

Component

Pupil free day

W1 W Date:1/7/15

W1 F Date:1/9/15

W2 Tu Date:1/13/15

W2 Th Date:1/14/15

Learning Target   Review Gas Laws Diffusion Venn Diagrams, 3 theories of acids and bases Water, Hydroxyl, Hydronium
CC Strand or CA standard   CH 4 CH 4 CH 5 a-c, e* CH 5 d, f*
Technology
Materials
  Projector, computer, youtube, gas simulation Projector, computer, youtube Projector, computer, youtube Projector, computer, youtube
Warm Up   {FM}Write down Chareles', Boyle's, and Guy-Lussac's gas laws. {Predictive} Sketch the way a 'smelly' molecule would move through a jar od gas. {FM} What is a Venn Diagram? - requires recall of 7th grade math. {FM}Draw the Venn Diagram for 3 acid-base theories. -hand in.
Presentation   Review of gas laws, balancing equtions -ppt. Diffusion- what it is- ppt. Class demo - time to smell perfume. Venn Diagrams - math pre-requisite (1/2 hr).
Acids and bases - 3 theories - ppt. Tea + AlkaSeltzer {Anticipatory}
Forms of water - molecular models -ppt, video.
Introduce concept of concentrtions.
Math prerequisite - exponential notation.
Guided Practice   Example gas law problem Example diffusion problem Draw Venn Diagrams - various examples
Draw Venn Diagram - 3 theories.
OH concentration, H concentration
Example problems
Independent Practice   Sample gas law problems Example diffusion problems. Fill in Venn diagram to compare and contrast 3 theories. OH and H samnple problems
Closure   Summarize lesson &Summarize lesson Summarize lesson Summarize lesson
Exit
Assessment
  {FM} Write down the combined gas law and the ideal gas law. How do the plice use dogs to find the criminal? Describe using principle of diffussion. Could Lewis have live before Ahrrenius? Why?/Why not? In water, if the concentration of H goes up x10, what happens to the concentration of OH.
Lesson
Modifications
         
Anticipated
Misunderstandings