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 Mr. Breslow's 2008-2009 Lesson Plans

To Parents and Students :

    This is a basic outline of what will be covered during the school year.   The year is broken up into the Chemistry Unit and the Physics Unit.  Special topics such as Earth Science, Astronomy, Renaissance Leadership Training, and Test Preparation will be incorporated into the curriculum. There are also activities planned that are not yet included in this outline and will be added as we get to them.  Activities may need to be rescheduled or changed depending on what is going on during the school year in terms of testing, snow days, etc. Feel free to email with any questions, comments, or suggestions. Parents are always welcome to help out with labs!

     Curriculum Codes I (Habits of Mind), II (Science and Society), III (Mathematical Applications), and IV (Nature and Process of Tehcnology) are overarching goals throughout the school year and are ingrained in each week's lessons. The curriculum codes posted on each week's lessons are content specific codes as indicated in the local Gloucester Township Science Curriculum, the New Jersey Core Curriculum Standards, the National Science Standards, and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

    Labs : We will we in the lab room 1-2 times per week.  The activity listed in "this week's lab" will be the activity we will complete. I will label the days as they come up in the schedule.

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards: The Five Core Propositions

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards: Standards by Certificate - EA Science - (NBPTS)

New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards - Science (NJCCCS)

National Science Education Standards - Contents (NSES)

 

Lessons by Week :

September

    1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th

February

2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd

October

    6th , 13th, 20th, 27th

March

2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

November

   3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th

April

6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

December

   1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd

May

4th, 11th, 18th, 25th

January

   5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

June

1st, 8th, 15th

 

Week Of : September 1st
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Describe a Controlled Experiment, Describe a Scientific Investigation, Familiarize steps of the Scientific Method, Identify and use science skills.

Topics : Intro to Science Day 1 (classroom rules, website, grading, RPC), Scientific Method

 

Monday School Closed
Tuesday School Closed
Wednesday School Closed
Thursday School Closed
Friday Seating Chart

Brainstorming Activity - What is Physical Science? - Students write ideas in notes and then on tablet PC.

Class Names - The Sky Tonight - Seasonal vs. Circumpolar Constellations - Astronomy Software/Stellarium

Video : Meteor Strike Berlin - Why we need the scientific method...

Class Rules, Random Positive Contacts

Scientific Method -

1. State the problem.
2. Gather some information on the topic.
3. Form a hypothesis.
4. Conduct an experiment.
5. Record/Analyze data.
6. State the conclustion.
7. Repeat steps 4-7 to confirm that results are accurate

Problem, Hypothesis, Control, Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Data, Conclusion

Brainpop - Scientific Method - Interactive Quiz - Renaissance Responders

Guided Practice - Blue Man Group - Global Warming Video

Use the steps of the scientific method to analyze the video clip.

Grading Policy

Using my website..

  http://breslow.tripod.com/

Independent Practice - Real World Application - Scientific Method

  1. Getting to school on time.

  2. Sending a text message - Media - Features of Cell Phone Video.

 

This Week's Lab None this week. Next Week - Lab Zero (Beating a stage of Sonic using the Scientific Method)  and MVD (Mass, Volume, Density)
Objectives Students will :

Write down the steps of the Scientific method as they remember them.

Apply previous knowledge of the scientific method by investigating a global warming hypothesis.

Explain how the scientific method helps solve real world problems.

Learn to use my website by finding out what the homework assignments are.

Write down potential science project topics - explain why we need to help the environment.

Differentiate between control, independent variable, and dependent variable.

 

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Quiz

Informal Assessment

Clicker Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : September 8th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes  :Describe a Controlled Experiment, Describe a Scientific Investigation, Familiarize steps of the Scientific Method, Identify and use science skills , identify safety equipment and usage, apply the safety contract rules and conduct oneself in a responsible manner at all times, Identify SI base units and prefixes, differentiate between length, mass, volume, and temperature, measure common objects using SI units, identify types of graphs; explain uses of variables of line graphs; classify graphs for specific types of data, calculate the density of substances using Si units for mass and volume, define hydrocarbons and describe the kinds of carbon chains in them.

Topics : Scientific Method, Lab Skills

 

Monday Scientific Method

  Warm Up - review from Friday.

  Varsity Club - set up point collection table and explain the program.

   Follow up - "Lifted" - Pixar Cartoon - Find the independent and dependent variable of the experiment.

   Follow Up Videos  - "Brainiac" Food Fight - Scientific Method Food Fight  - Collect and analyze data.

 

Lab Skills

    Presentation - Lab Equipment 101

    Videos - Lego Lab Safety

    Video - The Germ Video - Why You Should Wash Your Hands (www.cosmeo.com)

Lab Zero Preview if time permits (demonstration of video game level)

    

Tuesday Lab Skills

 Lab Equipment 101 - Powerpoint and review questions

  Video - The Chemistry Games

Study Island - Lab Safety Questions Word Document - Use clickers or work in groups (depends on time).

  Video - Snow Car Commercial - make sure you are doing the correct experiment and following directions.

Review for Friday's Quiz

Lab Zero - begin strategy session for lab.  Students will observe the level they need to beat. The goal is to get the best time in the class. Each member of the group must participate in the activity for the time to count.  The group that gets the best time in their class gets a Level 1 Homework Pass for every member of the group.

Wednesday Lab Zero - complete data collection and procedure write up.

Lab Report Format and MVD preview.

Chemical Building Blocks Textbook, Pg. 18-20 - complete sample problems on page 19, section review on page 20 - students will read and work on this assignment during the data collection phase of Lab Zero.

 

  

Thursday Mass, Volume, Density - Measurement Lab

    Problem, Hypothesis, Data Collection

Friday Science Quiz 1 - Lab Safety Test for Science Students

How to do current events - assignment of science current events

Current Events in Class - we will complete the first of the 2 current events due each week.

Finish MVD Write Up

MVD Post Lab :

Media - Bouyancy Tester Website

Brainpop - Measuring Matter - clicker quiz.

Special Topic - Environmental Science

   Media : Live Earth Shorts - "Think" and "Super Power Bloke" - identify the hypotheses used in the video.  Carbon Dioxide vs. Methane as a greenhouse gas. Dangers of both gases.

 

 

This Week's Lab Lab Zero - Using the Scientific Method to beat a level in "Sonic" - Science Skills Lab

MVD - Mass, Volume, and Density - Measurement Lab

The order of events described in this lesson plan will be modified depending on the day we are in the lab.

Objectives Students will :

(Overarching goal this week - students will demonstrate mastery of the scientific method and lab skills by passing specific written assessments).

Apply previous knowledge of the scientific method by investigating a global warming hypothesis.

Explain how the scientific method helps solve real world problems.

Differentiate between control, independent variable, and dependent variable.

Apply previous knowledge of scientific method to new situations : Brianiac Food Fight and Pixar "lifted" video.

Write a detailed procedure explaining to another student how to beat the first level of Sonic.

Identify good and bad practices in a lab by completing the study island lab tutorial. Students will analyze information from the chemistry games video and the snow car video.  Students will be able to identify what the characters could have done better in terms of lab skills and lab safety.

Differentiate between different types of lab equipment.  Students will be able to measure mass on both a double pan and triple beam balance and tell the difference between the two.

Hypothesize the effects of carbon dioxide and methane on our atmosphere. Describe habits that people can undertake to help minimize these effects.  Explain what a hydrocarbon is. (This topic will be covered again later in chemistry)

Apply knowledge of lab skills and lab equipment by passing the district lab skills test.

Complete 2 current events article per week that bring real world science to the classroom - students will explain what happened, how the event is linked to the current class material, and students will ask a follow up question within the context of the curriculum we are studying at the time.

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Gloucester Township Lab Skills Test

Informal Assessment

Clicker Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

Week Of : September 15th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Identify SI base units and prefixes, differentiate between length, volume, mass, and temperature, identify types of graphs, explain use of variables of line graphs, classify graphs for specific types of data, distinguish between physical and chemical changes of matter, identify characteristic properties of matter and explain their uses, explain the composition of a polymer and give several examples, describe a composite material and state why they are useful, identify properites of alloys, cite examples of alloys, identify properties of ceramics and glass and indicate purposes, describe radioactive decay, half life (isotopes), temperature and states of matter

Topics : Metric System, Types of Graphs, Intro to Chemistry, Materials Science : Polymers, Metals/Alloys, Ceramics/Glass, Radioactive Elements

 

Monday Metric System Flash Presentation and Note Taking Guide

Metric System Videos - Powers of Ten

Types of Graphs

Tuesday Types of Graphs

Materials Science

M&M Half Life Activity

Wednesday Intro to Chemistry
Thursday  
Friday Science Quiz 2 - Scientific Method, Density

Science Fair University

Science Project Work Session

This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

Week Of : September 22nd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : compare mixtures and a pure substance and describe elements and compounds, explain the difference between weight and mass, define and compare elements, compounds, and mixtures and molecules, compare chemical and physical changes, explain how chemical bonds are changed during chemical reactions, identify evidence of chemical reactions,identify atoms as the smallest particles of an element, describe how the density of gold allows it to be panned, Dalton's Theory of the Atom, protons, neutrons, electrons, antimatter

Topics : Mixtures, Compounds, and Elements, Atoms, Formation of the Elements,

 

Monday  
Tuesday Atmospheric Training - Chemistry of the Atmosphere

Clouds - The Cloud Dance

Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday Astronomy Friday

   Weight vs. Mass, Age on Other Worlds, Rotation vs. Revolution, Physical and Chemical Properties of the Planets, Where Elements Come From (supernova), common elements on earth (gold, hydrogen, oxygen).

Video - Clips from the Hyperspace Series, Classroom Media Series

This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : September 29th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Measuring Matter, Particles of Matter,  Define and differentiate solids, liquids, and gases in terms of shape and volume, Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Construct and interpret graphs for Charles and Boyles Law, protons, neutrons, electrons, antimatter, define temperature and identify the three common temperature scales, distinguish between temperature and thermal energy, state the relationship between heat and thermal energy, three forms of heat transfer, calculate specific heat, insulators and conductors,

Topics : Temperature, Atomic Theory, Parts of the Atom, States of Matter, Gas Laws, Graphing Gas Behavior

 

Monday Temperature Presentation
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Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : October 6th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : state key events in the historical development of the periodic table, list the information in the periodic table and describe how it is organized, describe uses for the periodic table, define valence electrons and tell how they are related to the periodic table, describe chemical and physical properites of metals, identify and describe how the reactivity of metals changes across the periodic table, located nonmentals and metalloids in the periodic table, compare the physical and chemical properties of nonmetals with those of metals, describe metalloids, identify groups and periods in the periodic table, atom vs. ion, properties of molecular compounds, covalent and ionic bonding, polar bonds/compounds, nonpolar bonds/compounds, solutions, isotopes, observe evidence of chemical reactions, measure the time it takes for a reaction to occur, graph data showing trend in size as atomic number increases in a group, conduct experiments to see if items conduct electricity

Topics : Periodic Table

 

Monday Cosmeo.com  Tour of the Periodic Table

Picture Periodic Table

Tuesday Cosmeo.com Tour of the Periodic Table
Wednesday Astronomy Wednesday

    Life Cycle of Stars, Elements in the Universe, Constellations, Types of Galaxies

Electricity - Circuits

Thursday School Closed
Friday School Closed - Inservice Day
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : October 13th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Explain how carbon can form bonds in many different arrangements, list and compare the different forms of pure carbon, identify the properties many organic compounds have in common, define hydrocarbons and describe the kinds of carbon chains in them, define and name examples of different types of hydrocarbons, substituted hydrocarbons, four main classes of organic compounds, compare organic compounds in living things to one another, identify and compare the nutrients that are needed by the boy in only small amounts, electrolysis, temperature changes in an ice cube, salts - design experiments to determine how a chosen variable effects the rate at which salt dissolves, design an experiment to measure and interpret data

Topics : Periodic Table, Carbon Chemistry, Hydrocarbons, Counting Atoms

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab Freezing and Melting Point of Water
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : October 20th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : make models to explore the relationship in structure formula and numbers in atoms, measure how many different substances react to iodine, describe the information conveyed in a chemical equation, apply the principle of conservation of mass to chemical reactions, identify and describe the categories of chemical reactions, explain that every chemical reaction requires activiation energy to get started, list factors that control the rate of chemical reactions, fire safety, explosions,

Topics : Counting Atoms, Balancing Chemical Equations

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : October 27th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : explain how the chemical bonds of a crystal determine the substance's properties, describe and give examples of mineral crystals, define and compare solutions and suspensions, explain what happens to particles of a solute when a solution forms, identify the factors that affect solubility of a substance,  describe how solutes affect the freezing and boiling points of solvents, identify the properties of acids with examples, identify the properties of bases with examples, describe the ions formed when acids and bases are dissolved in water, describe the pH scale, explain a neutralization reaction, mechanical and chemical digestion, how does pH affect digestion?, Explain the slow movement of Earth's plates and calculate the speed

Topics :  Crystal Chemistry, Rock Cycle, Plate Tectonics, Weathering, Erosion, Weather, Oceans, Earth in Space, Acid Rain, Pollution, Weather on other planets, Acids and Bases, Astronomy from a chemistry perspective.

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : November 3rd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Culmination of previous material.

Topics : Chem Exam

 

Monday Chemistry Review Day/Blue vs. Gold Jeopardy
Tuesday School Closed
Wednesday Chemistry Exam
Thursday School Closed - NJEA Convention
Friday School Closed - NJEA Convention
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : November 10th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Explain when an object is in motion and how motion relative to a certain reference point, calculate an object's speed and velocity using SI units of distance, graph motion changes, describe what happens to the motion of an object as it accelerates, calculate the acceleration of an object and graph changing speed and distance of an accelerating object, explain how balanced and unbalanced forces are related to motion, law of inertia, F=MA, friction and gravity, momentum, friction, gravity, air resistance, Newton's Third Law

Topics : Physics Apprentice, Light Years - Distances in Astronomy, Mars Invasion, Velocity, Acceleration, Newton's Laws

 

Monday Best Week Ever - Physics!

Sim - My Solar System

Media - Star Wars Episode I - Speeder Race

Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday Mars Friday!

  Mars Invasion - A Physics Perspective

This Week's Lab Physics Apprentice - Week 1
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : November 17th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : see previous week, explain how a rocket lifts off the ground, describe the forces that keep a satellite in orbit, Define and calculate pressure, state how pressure changes with altitude and depth, identify and explain examples of balanced pressures

Topics : Satellites, Classical Mechanics (week 2)

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday Astronomy

   Features of Venus - Air Pressure

   Oceans - relationship of pressure vs. depth

Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab Physics Apprentice Week 2
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : November 24th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : define the buoyant force and its effect, state archimedes principle, explain how the density of an object determines whether it floats or sinks, state bournelli's principle, explain the application of bournelli's principle to flight, design an experiment to test factors affecting water pressure, calculate and interpret data on buoyant forces

Topics : Forces in Fluids

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday School Closed - Inservice
Thursday School Closed - Thanksgiving
Friday School Closed - Thanksgiving
This Week's Lab Physics Apprentice - Week 3
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : December 1st
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Identify when work is done on an object, explain what machines do and how they make work easier, identify the difference between actual and ideal mechanical advantage, calculate the efficiency of a machine, six simple machines, ideal mechanical advantage, machines in the body, describe the relationship between work and energy, define and calculate potential and kinetic energy, different forms of energy, Fossil Fuels, Calculate power, compare energy and power, how to engines convert energy to mechanical energy, refrigerators transfer energy, how motors work

Topics : Project Surf - Physics of Baseball, Work, Simple Machines, Potential/Kinetic Energy, Six Types of Energy, Power

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab Physics Apprentice - Week 4
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : December 8th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : define magnetic poles and describe the interaction between like and unlike magnetic poles, describe magnetic fields and field lines, describe magnetic domain, magnetic properties of Earth, Electric current and electric field, electric circuits, uses of electromagnets, interaction of like and unlike charges, static electricity, flow of electric current - electric potential, potential difference, voltage, resistance and state, calculate resistance using Ohm's Law, Describe and conduct a series/parallel circuit, identify safety devices used to protect people from common electrical hazards,  describe how electrical energy can be converted to mechanical energy, galvanometer mechanics, how a car works, inducing electrical currents, generators, calculate electric power and uses of energy, transformers, how electricity gets to your house, batteries - chemical reactions in electrochemical cells produce electrical current, alternative forms of energy, digital and analog signals, semiconductors, electromagnetic waves, E-M Spectrum, TV, Computer Science, computer hardware and software, computer network, the internet, predicting magnetism of metals, how to make a flashlight, foil versorium, predictions of resistance in a circuit, make a model of electric motor, wet-cell circuit, properties of an LED, model the operation of a computer, satellites, wireless communication

Topics : Electromagnetism, Alternative Forms of Energy, Environmental Science, Cell Phones and other gadets, Night Sky Astronomy - finding satellites

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday Physics Review
Friday Physics Exam
This Week's Lab Physics Apprentice Week 5 - Ten Minute Electromagnetism Labs
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : December 15h
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes : Define waves and ID what causes them, basic properties of waves, waves speed related to wavelength and frequency, reflection, refraction, diffraction, interference, standing waves, resonence, seismic waves, different types , seismographs, define sound and how it travels, i-d factors that effect speed of sound, explain how intensity and loudness are related, frequency/pitch, Doppler Effect, timbre, tone, noise, pitch, how you hear sound, hearing loss, sonar, ultrasound, light bulbs, color, lenses (concave and convex), light vs. pigment mixing, telescopes, cameras, and microscopes, laser light and regular light, optical fibers

Topics : Waves, Optics, Sound/Light, Earthquakes, Natural Disasters (Tsunami, Tidal Wave), Black Holes, Gamma Ray Burst, Pulsar, Neutron Stars, Movement of stars/constellations, Future of the solar system and the Universe

 

Monday Google Earth - Earthquake Map, Presentation Pro

Media - "Light Fanastic"

Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab Physics Apprentice Week 6
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : December 22nd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday Chemistry and Physics Review
Tuesday Chemistry and Physics Review

Life Science Crash Course

Wednesday School Closed - Winter Recess
Thursday School Closed - Winter Recess
Friday School Closed - Winter Recess
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : January 5th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics : This week blocked off to cover material that was not done prior to Winter Break.

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday Final Exam
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : January 12th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics : This week blocked off to cover material not covered prior to Winter Break. Lesson plan page is updated weekly to reflect activities in class.

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : January 19th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday School Closed - Martin Luther King Day
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : January 26th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : February 2nd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : February 9th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday School Closed
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : February 16th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday School Closed
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

Week Of : February 23rd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : March 2nd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
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Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : March 9th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : March 16h
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : March 23rd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : March 30th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : April 6th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday School Closed - Spring Recess
This Week's Lab  
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Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : April 13th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday School Closed - Spring Recess
Tuesday School Closed - Spring Recess
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : April 20th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : April 27th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : May 4th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : May 11th
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Topics :

 

Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Informal Assessment

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Quarterly Exam

 

Week Of : May 18th
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Monday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Informal Assessment

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Quarterly Exam

 

Week Of : May 25th
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Topics :

 

Monday School Closed - Memorial Day
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Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Informal Assessment

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Week Of : June 1st
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Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
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This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : June 8th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : June 15th
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of : June 22nd
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of :  
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Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

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Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of :  
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of :  
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of :  
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam

 

 

Week Of :  
Curriculum Codes NJCCCS Codes :

Topics :

 

Monday  
Tuesday  
Wednesday  
Thursday  
Friday  
This Week's Lab  
Objectives Students will :

 

   

  

Assessment

Top of Page

Notebook Check

Informal Assessment

CPS Quiz/Verbal Questions

Quarterly Exam