Unit Notes

Unit Assignments

  • Unit Bellringers Click
  • Scientfic Method Notes Click
  • Standards of Measure Notes Click
  • Metric Conversions and Unit Analysis Click
  • Safety Contract Reading Guide Click
  • D.R. Nature of Science Click
  • Worksheets Sections 1-2 Click Section 3 Click
  • Relationship Lab (Rubber Band Lab) Click
  • 1 step Metric Conversions Click
  • 2 step Metric Conversions Click
  • Temperature Conversions WS Click
  • Unit 1 Test Review Click

Unit Analysis (MiniUnit)
  • Unit Analysis Homework Click
  • Dimensional Analysis Click
  • Measurement Lab Click



Student Must Know…
Key Words
Scientific Method/Unit Analysis


Practice Conversions

  • The powers of 10 associated with milli, centi, deci, kilo etc.
  • Definition of: observation, questions, hypothesis, experiment, data, analysis, conclusion
  • The metric system
  • Technique for answering ACT questions
Safety-
Safety Rap and the lyrics

  • Where the eye wash is and how to use eye wash
  • Where the class shower is and how to use it
  • Where the first aid kit is located
  • What is safe & unsafe
  • Where the blanket is and how to use it
  • Where the fire extinguisher is and how to use it
  • Where gloves are located and how to use them
  • The correct experimental procedure for the assigned lab
Flammable
Scientific Method
Observation
Question
Hypothesis
Procedures
Experiment
Data Analysis
Conclusion
Metric
Prefixes
Line Graph
Axis
Title
Label
Units
Plot
Coordinates
Temperature
Fahrenheit
Celsius
Kelvin
Mass
Balance
Volume
Density
Scientific Notation
ACT
Unit Analysis
Students Must be able to do…
Safety
  • Wear goggles and apron
  • Dispose of broken glass
  • Call teacher for help
  • Use tongs to handle hot glass
  • Sign the contract
  • Handle chemicals properly
  • Put waste in the right place
  • Follow the procedure for the experiment
Scientific Method/Unit Analysis
  • Unit analysis using the GUESS strategy
  • Plot and label graphs with proper units
  • Follow the scientific method through an experiment
  • Develop a conclusion based on data and observation
  • Measure temperature and convert to different Celsius, and Kelvin
  • Use a balance to measure the mass of an object
  • Use a graduated cylinder to measure volume
  • Calculate density from mass and volume
  • Switch a number from scientific notation and back
  • Solve an ACT problem