Contact Information for Students:

Science Office / Room 434 — before school (7:50-8:05) and lunch (11:20-11:50)

Contact Information for Parents:

Office phone: 519-578-8330 x5636 (or use voicemail extension for messages)
Email: christopher_busch@wrdsb.ca

 

*Dates subject to change

UPCOMING TEST/ EXAM*

Exam — TUES 25 JUNE at 8:30am in B403

 

ASSIGNMENTS / LAB REPORTS*

GC: STSE Project — factsheet — due: THURS 13 JUNE by 11:59pm

GC: Refraction Lab (optional) — due: by last day of classes

GC: Physiology Lab — full report due: WED 5 JUNE by 11:59pm

 

HELPFUL DOCUMENTS / LINKS

Course Outline

Safety Rules

Labs:

Designing Investigations and Writing Lab Reports

Lab Report Rubric

Essential Learnings checklists:

Chemistry Unit Essential Learnings

Biology Unit Essential Learnings

Optics Unit Essential Learnings

Climate Change Unit Essential Learnings

 

DAILY RECORD

JUNE 17:

◊  GC: Global Warming Potentials

◊  Answered TEXT p332 #7, 8

◊  W/S: Discovering Past Climates — to end of tree rings

HWK:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p311, 316, 320, 324, 329-330

◊  Study for Exam

◊  Refraction Lab (optional)

 

JUNE 14:

◊  Answered TEXT p299 #4

◊  NOTES: Energy Transfer

◊  GC: Climate Change Glossary Terms — for Table 8.1, p314

◊  W/S: Greenhouse Gases — finish for HWK

◊  W/S(back): Carbon Cycle — added colour & labels

HWK:

◊  TEXT p314 #2, 3; p322 #7; p326 #2; p330 #5; p337 #2, 4

◊  Refraction Lab (optional)

 

JUNE 13:

◊  NOTES: Describing Climates

◊  W/S: Climate Change: Indicators…

HWK:

◊  TEXT p289 #1, 2, 3, 8 (if not done yet)

◊  GC: STSE Project (factsheet) — due tonight by 11:59pm

◊  Refraction Lab (optional)

 

JUNE 12:

◊  NOTES: Energy Transfer via Ocean Currents

◊  W/S: The Hydrosphere’s Role

HWK:

◊  TEXT p322 #5; p278 #3, 5-8

◊  GC: STSE Project (factsheet) — see due date above

◊  Refraction Lab (optional)

 

JUNE 11:

◊  GC: STSE Project (factsheet) — introduction

◊  NOTES: The atmosphere is like a greenhouse — finished

◊  NOTES: Convection currents

HWK:

◊  TEXT p278 #1, 3, 4 (if not done yet)

◊  GC: STSE Project (factsheet)

◊  Refraction Lab (optional)

 

JUNE 10:

◊  GC: Refraction Lab (optional) — introduction

◊  NOTES/DISCUSSION: Factors that Change Climates (including answers to TEXT p272 #1-3)

◊  NOTES: The atmosphere is like a greenhouse

HWK:

◊  Refraction Lab — Fishbone diagram (whether or not intending to do the report)

 

JUNE 7:

◊  TEST: Optics Unit

HWK:

◊  TEXT: Read p269-272, then answer p272 #1-3

 

JUNE 6:

◊  ACTIVITY: How well does the lens equation represent reality

HWK:

◊  Study for TEST: Optics Unit — see date above

 

JUNE 5:

◊  Corrected QUIZ: Optics

◊  NOTES: Optics in the Human Eye

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p502, 506-508

◊  Answered TEXT p505 #2-3; p511 #1, 4, 5, 8

HWK:

◊  Any work not finished in class

◊  Physiology Lab — finish lab report due tonight by 11:59pm

◊  Study for TEST: Optics Unit — see date above

 

JUNE 4:

◊  DISCUSSED: Lab reports (Neut. Lab) — Obs to Ref

◊  NOTES: Sample Problem — finished what was started yesterday

◊  NOTES: Lenses and Vision

HWK:

◊  TEXT p500 #1-4 (if not finished yet)

◊  Physiology Lab — finish lab report (see due date above)

◊  Study for TEST: Optics Unit — see date above

 

JUNE 3:

◊  NOTES: Quantifying Images in Thin Lenses

◊  NOTES: Sample Problem

HWK:

◊  GC: Review feedback on Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref)

◊  Physiology Lab — finish Conclusion & Evaluation (see due date above)

◊  Study for TEST: Optics Unit — see date above

 

MAY 31:

◊  W/S: Characteristics of Lenses — finished colour-coding

◊  W/S: Images Formed by Lenses

HWK:

◊  TEXT p493 #2-8 (if not done yet)

◊  (w/s,back): Images Formed by Lenses #1-3 (if not done yet)

◊  Physiology Lab — catch up/work ahead (if next week is busy)

◊  Study for TEST: Optics Unit — see date above

 

MAY 30:

◊  W/S: Characteristics of Lenses

◊  ACTIVITY (p491): Optical benches and different lenses

HWK:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for TEXT p487-492

◊  Physiology Lab — start Conclusion section

 

MAY 28:

◊  NOTES: Rainbows… — finished

◊  Corrected TEST: Biology Unit

HWK:

◊  TEXT p475 #1-3

◊  Physiology Lab — finish Analysis section (no Analysis questions)

 

MAY 27:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — add “dispersion” from p453

◊  NOTES: Rainbows…

HWK:

◊  TEXT p475 #2

◊  Physiology Lab — finish Analysis section (no Analysis questions)

 

MAY 24:

◊  NOTES: Total Internal Reflection — finished the rest

◊  ACTIVITY: Apparent Depth

◊  NOTES: Apparent Depth

HWK:

◊  TEXT p467 #4; p475 #5

◊  Physiology Lab — start Analysis section (no Analysis questions)

 

MAY 23:

◊  NOTES: Applications of Partial Reflection and Refraction

◊  NOTES: Total Internal Reflection

HWK:

◊  TEXT p461 #1-4; p467 #1, 2, 3, 5, 8

◊  Physiology Lab — transfer/consolidate observations into Google doc

 

MAY 22:

◊  Data collection for Physiology Lab

HWK:

◊  Physiology Lab — transfer/consolidate observations into Google doc

 

MAY 21:

◊  Discussed markscheme for Neutralization Lab report (Title to Procedure)

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p458-462

HWK:

◊  Physiology Lab — Make preparations to carry out Procedure tomorrow: WED 22 MAY (may require tweaks to Procedure/Materials/Observations tables)

 

MAY 17:

◊  NOTES: Calculations Using Index of Refraction and Speeds of Light

◊  TEXT p455 #1-4 (full GRASS solution for #1-3; discussed answers in class)

HWK:

◊ TEXT p456 #1-4, 7, 8

◊  Physiology Lab — Make preparations to carry out Procedure on WED 22 MAY (may require tweaks to Procedure/Materials/Observations tables)

 

MAY 16:

◊  TEXT p450 — Refraction Explained

◊  Investigation (activity) 11-A (p476) — used Google Sheet in GC for graph

HWK:

◊ TEXT p451 #1-4

◊  Physiology Lab — Materials and preparations to carry out Procedure (may require tweaks to Procedure/Materials/Observations tables)

 

MAY 15:

◊  W/S: ConVEX Mirror Diagrams — Applications (towards bottom of page)

◊  ACTIVITY 11-1 (p447)

◊  NOTES: Refraction of Light

HWK:

◊ GC: Glossary Terms — for p449-452

◊  Physiology Lab — RQ, title & Observations tables

 

MAY 14:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p420-425, 428, 431 — added note to “spherical aberration”

◊  W/S: ConVEX Mirror Diagrams

HWK:

◊  TEXT p434 #1-4; p438 #5, 7

◊  Physiology Lab — catch up/review/tweak

 

MAY 13:

◊  W/S: Concave Mirror Diagrams — finished the rest of the front & back

HWK:

◊  TEXT p425 #1-4

◊  Physiology Lab — write Hypothesis section

 

MAY 10:

◊  ACTIVITY: Finding special rays in concave mirrors

◊  W/S: Concave Mirror Diagrams — just scenario 1

HWK:

◊  Physiology Lab — write Procedure section

 

MAY 9:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms for p411-415 — added some examples for all terms (including p404-409)

◊  NOTES: Explaining/Locating Images in Plane Mirrors

HWK:

◊  TEXT p418 #1-4, 6, 8

◊  Physiology Lab — finish fishbone diagram (U, I, T)

 

MAY 8:

◊  GC: INVESTIGATION: The Effect of __________on Heart/Breathing Rate — discussed hints

◊  NOTES: Properties of Light and Reflection

HWK:

◊  GC: Physiology Lab — Variables section due by 11:59pm

◊  Protractor, ruler, calculator

 

MAY 7:

◊  TEST: Biology Unit

HWK:

◊  Start fishbone diagram for Physiology Lab — pick DV, IV, fill in CV’s.

◊  Protractor, ruler, calculator (for Optics Unit)

 

MAY 6:

◊  Answered TEXT p410 #6-8

◊  GC: Optics Glossary Terms – for p404-409

◊  GC: INVESTIGATION: The Effect of __________on Heart/Breathing Rate

HWK:

◊  Study for TEST: Biology Unit — see date above

◊  Protractor, ruler, calculator (for Optics Unit)

 

MAY 3:

◊  NOTES: Types of Light Emissions — finished

◊  Answered TEXT p410 #1-4

◊  NOTES: Nature of Light

HWK:

◊  Study for TEST: Biology Unit — see date above

◊  Protractor, ruler, calculator (for Optics Unit)

 

MAY 2:

◊  Corrected QUIZ: Biology (Ch. 3)

◊  NOTES: Types of Light Emissions

HWK:

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – finish the report — due tonight

◊  Study for TEST: Biology Unit — see date above

◊  Protractor, ruler, calculator (for Optics Unit)

 

MAY 1:

◊  Corrected W/S: Plant Cells, Tissues and Organs (from yesterday)

◊  Answered TEXT p69 #1-6

HWK:

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – write the Evaluation & Reference sections (finish the report) — see due date above

◊ Study for TEST: Biology Unit — see date above

 

APR 30:

◊  ACTIVITY(w/s): Plant Cells, Tissues and Organs

HWK:

◊  W/S: Plant Cells, Tissues and Organs — answer any questions not done in class (except leave Station 3 for tomorrow)

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – write the Conclusion section

◊ Study for TEST: Biology Unit — see date above

 

APR 29:

◊  NOTES: Glucose Transport (last part of “Plant Organ Systems”)

◊  W/S: Glucose Transport in Plants

HWK:

◊ TEXT p76 #5, 7

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – complete Analysis (graph, questions)

◊ Study for TEST: Biology Unit — see date above

 

APR 26:

◊  NOTES: Plant Organ Systems

HWK:

◊ TEXT p76 #1-4

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – Analysis (sample calculation; table of mean volumes)

 

APR 25:

◊  ACTIVITY: Neutralization Lab

HWK:

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – enter data into Observations tables

◊ W/S: Frog Dissection (if not done yet)

 

APR 24:

◊  ACTIVITY: Frog Dissection

HWK:

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – Review W/S from class, then create Observations tables

◊ W/S: Frog Dissection — complete based on activity in class

 

APR 23:

◊  NOTES: The Circulatory System — finished

◊  W/S(back): Circulatory System Structure — finished labelling

◊  W/S: Digestive System — both sides filled in

HWK:

◊  TEXT: Answer p106 #5, 6, 8; p107 #1-5

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – Review W/S from class, then create Observations tables — for THURS

 

APR 18:

◊  Corrected TEST: Chemistry Unit

◊  NOTES: The Circulatory System

HWK:

◊  TEXT: Answer p106 #7; p107 #6-7

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – Review W/S from class, then create Observations tables

 

APR 17:

◊  W/S: Respiratory System Structure

◊  NOTES: The Respiratory System

HWK:

◊  TEXT: Answer p106 #7; p107 #6-7

◊ GC: Neutralization Lab (Obs to Ref) – Review W/S from class, then create Observations tables – for TUES

 

APR 16:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — added examples

◊  NOTES: Organization of Multicellular Organisms

HWK:

◊  TEXT: Answer p90#1-3,(4); p92#1,2,6 (use p90, Fig. 3.5); p99 #1, 3, 4 (new!)

 

APR 15:

◊  W/S: Embryonic Stem Cells… — finished annotations (and regular notes)

HWK:

◊  W/S(back): Tissue Types in the Human Body — complete using TEXT

◊  TEXT: Answer p90#1-3,(4); p92#1,2,6 (use p90, Fig. 3.5) — for WED

 

APR 11:

◊  ACTIVITY: The Cell Cycle — notes & folding ‘art’ — finished flaps and back

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p40-43 and added some examples

◊  W/S: Embryonic Stem Cells…

HWK:

◊  TEXT p45 #1b, 5, 6

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p57-58; 90-93

 

APR 10:

◊  ACTIVITY: The Cell Cycle — notes & folding ‘art’

◊  TEXT p39 #1-2, 4-8; p45 #1, 3, 4 (HWK if not done)

HWK:

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab — due tonight by 11:59pm

 

APR 9:

◊  W/S: Cell Division: The Stages of Mitosis — annotated diagrams

HWK:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p30-33, 38

◊  TEXT p32#2-3, p36 #5-8

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab — see above for due date

 

APR 8:

◊  W/S: 1.2 DNA: Structure… — finished front and back

◊  NOTES: 1.3 Cell Division

HWK:

◊  Answer TEXT p18 #1-4; p26 #9; p28 #2, 8

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab — see above for due date

 

APR 5:

◊  W/S: 1.2 DNA: Structure…

◊  GC: Glossary Terms for TEXT p16-17, 26-27

HWK:

◊  Cheek cell drawing — see due date above

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab — write the Research Question & title page

◊  Answer TEXT p18 #1-4; p26 #9; p28 #2, 8 — for TUES’s class

 

APR 4:

◊  ACTIVITY: Cheek cell under a light microscope

HWK:

◊  Cheek cell drawing — see due date above

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab — write the Hypothesis section

◊  Answer TEXT p15 #5-7 (for #6, outline the analogy for just 4 organelles)

 

APR 3:

◊  W/S: Microscope Drawings

◊  ACTIVITY: Onion cell under a light microscope

HWK:

◊  Onion cell drawing

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab — write the Materials section (then additions to the Procedure)

◊  Answer TEXT p15 #1, 3-7 (for #6, outline the analogy for just 4 organelles)

 

APR 2:

◊  W/S(activity): The Microscope

HWK:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms (new doc) — for TEXT p7, 10, 12-13 (all organelle functions)

◊  GC: Neutralization Lab — write the Materials section (then additions to the Procedure)

◊  Answer TEXT p15 #1, 3-7 (for #6, outline the analogy for just 4 organelles)

 

APR 1:

◊  W/S: Animal & Plant Cell Diagrams

HWK:

◊  Use the fishbone diagram to write the Procedure section for the Neutralization Lab (in GC)

 

MAR 29:

◊  Discussed TEXT p2-3 #1-7

◊  NOTES: The Microworld and Cell Theory

HWK:

◊  Use the fishbone diagram to write the Variables section for the Neutralization Lab (in GC)

 

MAR 28:

◊  Chemistry Unit Test

HWK:

◊  Complete fishbone diagram on back of W/S: Neutralization Lab (Title to Procedure)

 

MAR 26:

◊  Glossary Terms — added examples to last few terms

◊  W/S: Neutralization Lab (Title to Procedure) — drew a starburst diagram (added to assignment posting in GC)

HWK:

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — next class

◊  Complete fishbone diagram on back of W/S: Neutralization Lab (Title to Procedure) — for FRI

 

MAR 25:

◊  NOTES: Acid-Base Neutralization (2 pages)

HWK:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for TEXT p237, 243

◊ Answer TEXT p252-253 #1-10, 15, 16, 19, 20, 26, 28 (for #9 and #16b use sulfuric acid instead of sulfurous)

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — see above for date

 

MAR 22:

◊  Wrigley’s Field Trip / Alternative assignment

HWK:

◊  Wrigley’s / Alternative assignment — see above for due date

◊ W/S(back): Properties of Acids and Bases — answer questions

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — see above for date

 

MAR 21:

◊ W/S(activity): Properties of Acids and Bases

HWK:

◊  Wrigley’s Field Trip — prepare to wear appropriate footwear and clothing; meet FRI morning at 8:05am outside room/stairwell near room A202.

◊ W/S(back): Properties of Acids and Bases — answer questions

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — see above for new date

 

MAR 20:

◊ Correct QUIZ: Chemistry #2

◊ Literacy Test preparation activities

HWK:

◊  Wrigley’s Field Trip — permission form in School-Day.com

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for TEXT p220-225, 230-231

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — see above for new date

 

MAR 19:

◊  NOTES: Acids and Bases

◊  NOTES: pH Scale

HWK:

◊  Wrigley’s Field Trip — permission form in School-Day.com

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for TEXT p220-225, 230-231

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — see above for date

 

MAR 18:

◊ QUIZ: Chemistry #2

◊ W/S: Naming Acids and Bases — finish for HWK

HWK:

◊  Wrigley’s Field Trip — permission form in School-Day.com

◊  Bring textbook to class everyday from now on

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — see above for date

 

MAR 8:

◊ W/S(activity): Identifying Types of Chemical Reactions — see GC to make corrections to Analysis & Conclusion

HWK:

◊ W/S(back): Identifying Types of Chemical Reactions — correct Analysis & Conclusion

◊  TEXT p214 #1-5, 7, 14a-d, 15

◊  TEXT p174-175 #4, 6, 13a-g, type of reaction for each part of #13

◊  Wrigley’s Field Trip — permission form in School-Day.com

◊  Bring textbook to class everyday from now on

◊  Study for TEST: Chemistry Unit — see above for date

 

MAR 7:

◊ W/S(from yesterday): Types of Chemical Reactions — bottom half (both sides)

◊ GC: Glossary Terms — for TEXT p160, 180, 201 — discuss examples

HWK:

◊  See March 8th’s HWK

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — finish/tidy report (see above for due date)

 

MAR 6:

◊ GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — copied rest of report

◊ W/S: Types of Chemical Reactions — top half

HWK:

◊  W/S(back): Some practice.. — top ⅓ of page

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — finish/tidy report (see above for due date)

 

MAR 5:

◊ W/S: Law of Conservation of Mass — completed both sides

HWK:

◊  W/S: Balancing Equations #1

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — finish/tidy Graphs; catch up/tidy all of report so far

 

MAR 4:

◊ GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — created bar graph, copied rest of Analysis section, and started Conclusion

◊ Read TEXT p160

HWK:

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — finish/tidy Graphs; catch up/tidy all of report so far

 

MAR 1:

◊ GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — corrected observations (units, titles, etc), copied part of Analysis section, and started scattergraph

HWK:

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — tidy Observations and Analysis section, including finishing scattergraph and Table 2 (means)

 

FEB 28:

◊  DISCUSSED: Lab Skills — safety, instructions, techniques (and clean up)

◊  W/S: Procedure, Observations… — used to collect raw data (observations) for Measuring Masses Lab

HWK:

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — update observations tables; answer “Analysis Questions” (on W/S above)

 

FEB 27:

◊  New seating plan

◊  Finished correcting QUIZ: Chemistry #1

◊  NOTES: Science Study Strategy

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — copied the following sections: Materials, Procedure

HWK:

◊  GC: Designing Investigations and Writing Lab Reports — read “Observations” section

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — create observations tables (according to what is required to be observed in the Procedure).

 

FEB 26:

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — copied the following sections: Title page/bar, Research Question, Hypothesis

◊  Corrected QUIZ: Chemistry #1

HWK:

◊  GC: Designing Investigations and Writing Lab Reports — read “Materials” section

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — write Materials sections

 

FEB 25:

◊ W/S(back): Fishbone diagram for Measuring Masses lab — finished (PDF posted in GC)

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — copied “Variables” section

HWK:

◊  GC: Designing and Writing Lab Reports — read “Procedure” section

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (Google doc) — finish writing the Procedure based on the fishbone diagram and the reading above

 

FEB 22:

◊  NOTES: Starburst of factors that affect the mass of products

◊ W/S(back): Fishbone diagram for Measuring Masses lab — just started

HWK:

◊  GC: Measuring Masses Lab (use only this Google doc) — start writing the Procedure based on the fishbone diagram

 

FEB 21:

◊  Safety Rules (see PDF posted in Google Classroom)

◊ NOTES: Chemical Changes and Chemical Reactions — finished copying

HWK:

◊  W/S: Writing Word & Chemical Equations

 

FEB 20:

◊  W/S: Command Terms

◊ NOTES: Chemical Changes and Chemical Reactions

◊ ACTIVITY: Intelligence?

HWK:

◊  Catch-up/Review

 

FEB 19:

◊  W/S: WHMIS Review — used poster in GC to complete

◊ W/S(back): Lab Equipment — labelled

HWK:

◊  Catch-up/Review

 

FEB 15:

◊  NOTES: Molecular/Covalent Compounds and Bonding

◊ W/S: Covalent Compounds: Non-metal + non-metal

HWK:

◊  GC: Glossary Terms — for p153-154

◊  W/S(back): Nomenclature: All Three Types

 

FEB 14:

◊  REVIEWED: Multivalent Metals

◊ W/S: Nomenclature…Polyatomic Ions

HWK:

◊  GC: Gizmo: Ionic Bonds — use Google doc to go through Gizmo — turn in by THURS 11:59pm

◊  W/S(back): Nomenclature: Mixed Ionic

 

FEB 13:

◊ Gizmo (see HWK)

◊  NOTES: Multivalent Metals

HWK:

◊  GC: Gizmo: Ionic Bonds — use Google doc to go through Gizmo — turn in by THURS 11:59pm

◊  TEXT p150 #9a-e; #10a-d

 

FEB 11:

◊ Google Classroom (GC): Glossary Terms (Chemistry) — added examples/notes

◊  NOTES: Ionic Compounds

HWK:

◊  Google Classroom (GC): Enroll in Gizmos (“Assignment” in preparation for tomorrow)

◊  W/S(back): Binary Ionic Compounds — complete the table of ions, etc.

 

FEB 8:

◊  Worksheet (W/S): Periodic Table — added some labels and hints

◊  NOTES: Atomic Structure – Ions — finished rest of note, including HWK table

HWK:

◊  Google Classroom (GC): Glossary Terms (Chemistry) — complete for terms from TEXT p139-142, 148

◊  Catch up/Review

 

FEB 7:

◊  Textbooks assigned

◊  Worksheet (W/S): Classification of Matter — finished bottom half (back for HWK)

◊  NOTES: Atomic Structure — Review & Ions

HWK:

◊  W/S(back): Periodic Table – Rutherford-Bohr diagrams — use TEXT p140, Fig. 4.3 to check answers

◊  Complete table of Lewis dot diagrams (started in class)

 

FEB 5:

◊  Introduction to Grade 10 Pre-IB Science

◊  Worksheet (W/S): Classification of Matter

HWK:

◊  Course Outline — sign on Google doc (in Google Classroom), then turn in

◊  Student Info Sheet (turn in via Google Classroom (GC))

◊  Supplies eg. binder, paper, etc.

 

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