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Click here to see a description of how to write a high school lab report.

Student Friendly Rubric (ms word)

Lab Report Example

Click here to see a description what you need to know in this unit
Click here to see a description of the terms you need to know in this unit on atoms
Click here to see an atomic structure worksheet with answers (NOTE: these are basic atoms, no isotopes or ions)
  Click here to see a worksheet that includes ions AND isotopes too

II ATOMS Part b.

PERIODIC TABLE TRENDS

Click here to see background on understanding periodic trends

You should be able to analyze that trend in terms of:

1) Distance from the nucleus to the valence electrons as we move down a column

2) The positively pulling proton power of the nucleus as we go across the table.

► Click here to see background on understanding periodic trends

Click here to for help on ENDOthermic and EXOthermic reactions
Click here to see terms/vocab for the BONDS unit
Click to see study guide/check list (pdf)   (ms word)
► Click to see bonds review worksheet (pdf)  (ms word)
Click here for more help in NAMING ionic bonds
Click here for practice in NAMING ionic bonds (worksheet with answers)
Click <never mind we skipped this in 2013> for help in NAMING covalent bonds
Click<never mind we skipped this in 2013> for practice in NAMING covalent bonds (worksheet with answers)
Click here for a review of learning goals & concepts
► Click here to see a list of Terms and Descriptions you need to know for the Motion unit
► Click here for a step-by-step review of Calculating Velocity ► Click here for practice solving velocity problems (answers included!)
► Click here for a step-by-step review of Calculating Acceleration
► Click here for practice solving force problems
► Click here for practice solving momentum problems
GRAPHING HELP (2015 - 2016 freshment -- we did NOT get this far)
► Click here for a step-by-step review of making motion graphs
► Click here for a step-by-step review of graphing acceleration (this is part II)
► Click here for a review of the Metric System
 Part I Grading Rubric   Ms Word Version of the Rubric ◄
Terms    
 

EM Spectrum (Scheduled for March, 2016)

LIFE CYCLES OF STARS
 
Click here to see see a review of the basics you MUST know for this lifecycles of strs
Click here to see lots and lots of info about lifecycles of stars (Use this to refresh what we learned in class)
Click here to see descriptions of different types of stars - (there is an awful lot of information here, you might want to skim these to refresh what we learned in class)
THE BIG BANG

Big Bang Timeline (general reference)   

Big Bang Timeline (specific)

You should be *very* comfortable with this order of events:

Planck Time    Gamma Rays Formed     Fundamental Particles  First Atoms        First Stars & Galaxies        Our Sun

 

Evidence for the Big Bang

 

Red Shift Video (this is a fun little vid, but it contains the core pieces that you need to understand about red shift)

Cosmic Microwafve Background Radiation

CARBON CYCLE

Graphic #1 (Color This is the one you have to analyze)

Graphic #1 (B/W Printable Version)

Graphic # 2 (This is the one you have to analyze)

The Carbon Cycle (Activities from the National Center for Atmospheric Research)