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Ms. Schatz


Ms. Schatz's Contact and Tutoring Information
Phone Number 323-4850 Extension 6318
Email kathleen_schatz@bismarckschools.org
Best Contact Time 7:30-8:00
Tutoring Time Before and after school and throughout the day. Specific times may vary each day. Make arrangements as needed.



Weekly Assignments
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Oct. 29 Oct. 30
Mods 1-4, 5-8, 15-18
Pressure Lab
Buoyancy Review
Gas Laws Notes
Gas Laws Practice

Mods 9-10
Gas Laws Notes
Gas Laws Practice
Mods 1-4, 19-22
Buoyancy Review
Pressure Lab
Gas Laws Notes
Gas Laws Practice

Mods 7-10
Gas Laws Lab
Chapter 3 Review
Pressure Video

Large Group
Take notes on demos
Mods 5-8
Gas Laws Lab
Chapter 3 Review
Pressure Video

Mods 14-15, 20-21
Chapter 3 Review
Pressure Video
Mods 1-4
Gas Laws Lab
Chapter 3 Review
Pressure Video

Mods 5-6
Chapter 3 Review
Pressure Video

Mods 8-9
Chapter 3 Test
Read Chapter 4

Mods 15-18, 19-22
Chapter 3 Test
Read Chapter 4
Gas Laws Lab
Mods 1-2
Chapter 3 Test
Read Chapter 4

Mods Mods 4-7
Chapter 3 Test
Read Chapter 4
Gas Laws Lab

Mods 8-11
Chapter 3 Test
Read Chapter 4
Chapter 4 Notes
Indirect Evidence Lab
         
     
 

Physical Science Outcomes

At the end of this course students should be able to:
1. Use appropriate scientific tools to make observations, record, organize, analyze, interpret, write, and present the results of scientific investigations clearly and accurately.
2. Explain the current understanding of atomic structure and compare ionic and covalent bonds.
3. Use information, calculations, and predications to explain the properties, classification, and conservation of matter.
4. Explain the nature and process involved in radioactive changes.
5. Explain the trends in the Periodic table and use the knowledge to predict the properties of representative elements.
6. Compare and contrast the phases of matter as a result of atomic and molecular motion.
7. Describe the nature of solutions and the factors that affect the solubility of substances.
8. Explain the transformation and flow of energy in different mediums.
9. Use calculations to determine the relationships between forces, mass, and motion.
10. Explain the properties of waves and recognize that all waves transfer energy.
11. Explain the nature and production of static and current electricity based on electron movements.
12. Describe the relationships between electricity and magnetism and explain their applications.



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