• Study Guide for Quiz: Organelles and Levels of Organization

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 3/21/2019

    Here is the study guide forthe quiz:

     

    Study Guide Quiz Levels of organization Organelles

     

    Also for those that want to use the flash cards, here it is! :)

     

    Flash Card Organelles

    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide Test #8

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 3/3/2019

    Here is the study guide for test#8!  Please look at this and complete as much of it as you can before coming to see me.

     

     

     Study Guide for Test 8

     

    Study Guide for Test # 8

    1. Define acid.
    2. Define base.
    3. Compare and contrast acids and bases.
    4. What is pH? Why do we need to know what pH is?
    5. What is the pH scale?
    6. How do you use the pH scale (to tell you if something is strong or weak)?
    7. Answer these questions (extra practice)1
    8. Go over the 3 acid/base worksheets.
    9. What are indicators?
    10. What are the 3 different types of indicators we have used in class?
    11. Compare and contrast the 3 indicators.
    12. What is reflection? Draw a diagram too.
    13. What is refraction? Draw a diagram too.
    14. What are waves?
    15. How do you know when a wave has lots of energy and when it has very little energy?
    16. What is the electromagnetic spectrum? Make sure you read the electromagnetic spectrum worksheet and go over how to read the diagram for question #1 on the worksheet.
    17. What are the different types of radiation (7 types)? You don’t have to memorize these but you should recognize them.

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide for Quiz

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 2/7/2019

    Here is the study guide for Quiz!

    Study Guide for Quiz 

    Comments (-1)
  • Flash Cards for Elements

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 1/30/2019
     
    Here are the flashcards for the test that you can use to study! PRINT ONLY PAGES 1, 2, 3, 4...YOU ONLY NEED TO STUDY #1-21!!!
     
    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide for Test #7

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 1/28/2019

    Here it is!

     Study Guide Test #7

     

    Study Guide Test #7

    1. Give an example of what a chemical formula looks like.
    2. How many atoms of each for….. CLi10OH33
    3. Know the symbols for elements #1-21
    4. What is the periodic table of elements?
    5. How is the periodic table of elements organized by?
    6. What is a period for the periodic table of elements? How do you find the period?
    7. What is a Family for the periodic table of elements? How do you find the family?
    8. How do you find elements using periods and families? Also review your worksheet.
    9. What does atomic number mean?
    10. What are metals, nonmetals, and metalloids (semimetals)?
    11. How do you know if an element is a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid?
    12. What are elements?
    13. What are compounds?
    14. What are mixtures?
    15. Go over the element, compound, mixture worksheet. Know the difference
    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide for Quiz FRIDAY

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 1/14/2019
    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide for Quiz

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 1/7/2019

    Here is the Study Guide for the Quiz: Introduction to Chemistry!

    Study Guide for Quiz

    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide Test #5

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 12/5/2018

    Here is the study guide for test #5! 

     

    Study Guide Test 5

     

     

    Study Guide Test #5

    1. Go over the practice IV/DV worksheet that was given out.
    2. What are the steps of the scientific method in order?
    3. What is an independent variable?
    4. What is a dependent variable?
    5. Know that the independent variable does not always come first in the sentence! It can be at the end of the sentence.
    6. What are controlled variables? What is another name for controlled variables?
    7. What is the difference between data and results?
    8. Where is the IV and DV located on a graph?
    9. Know how to graph a line graph and the requirements.
    10. Know how to read a trend or pattern from a graph.
    11. Know how to write a hypothesis
    12. What is the format for writing a scientific method problem (testable question)?
    13. Complete the practice on IV/DV:

     

    1. Students watched a cartoon and then rated how funny they thought the cartoon was.

    Independent Variable: _________________________________________________

    Dependent Variable: __________________________________________________

    Controlled Variables:

    1. One group of students studied with the TV on. Another group of students studied in silence.

    Students were then given a quiz to check for understanding.

    Independent Variable: _________________________________________________

    Dependent Variable: __________________________________________________

    Controlled Variables:

    1. Some students believe that if they drink a glass of milk before bed, it will make them sleep

    longer.

    Independent Variable: _________________________________________________

    Dependent Variable: __________________________________________________

    Controlled Variables:

    1. D) One tank of gold fish is fed the normal amount of food once a day, a second tank

    is fed twice a day, and a third tank four times a day during a six week study. The

    fish’s weight is recorded daily.

    1. Independent&Variable

    ________________________________________________________________________________

    1. Dependent&Variable

    ________________________________________________________________________________

    1. Control&Variable

    ________________________________________________________________________________

     

    1. E) You want to test which size of soccer (football) ball is easiest to juggle with your

    feet. You test a size 3, size 4 and a size 5 ball. You count the seconds the ball

    stays in the air for each of the trials. You allow yourself to use both of your feet,

    knees, and head to juggle the ball.

    1. Independent&Variable

    ________________________________________________________________________________

    1. Dependent&Variable

    ________________________________________________________________________________

    1. Control&Variable

    _____________________________________________________________________________

     

    1. F) Fertilizer in soil increases flower production.

    Independent Variable: ______________________________________

    Dependent Variable: ______________________________________

    Two Controlled Variables: ______________________________________

    ______________________________________

     

    1. G) Medicine A will reduce the incidence of headaches.

    Independent Variable: ______________________________________

    Dependent Variable: ______________________________________

    Two Controlled Variables: ______________________________________

    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide for Test 4

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 11/16/2018

    Here is the study guide for Test #4:

     

    Study Guide for Test 4

     

    Please make sure you come see me if you have any questions. Just a reminder to try to answer as much of the study guide as possible before coming to see me.

    If you can't download it, here it is on the bottom!

    Study Guide for Test #4

    1. What are minerals?
    2. What are rocks? How are they connected to minerals?
    3. What is an igneous rock?
    4. What is a sedimentary rock?
    5. KNOW THE DIAGRAM FOR THE ROCK CYCLE
      1. If you have a rock, what do you need to do to it to change it into a metamorphic rock?
      2. If you have a rock, what do you need to do to it to change it into a sedimentary rock?
      3. If you have a rock, what do you need to do to it to change it into an igneous rock?
    6. How do we identify minerals?
    7. What are the 6 physical properties for identifying minerals? DESCRIBE what each of them are.
    8. What is cleavage? What is fracture?
    9. What are fossils?
    10. What is erosion?
    11. What is weathering?
    12. What is deposition?
    13. KNOW where the OLDEST rock layer/fossils are and where the YOUNGEST rock layer/fossils are if you are given layers of rocks. What does the diagram below show you?

    Image result for fossils in layers of rocks

    Image result for fossils in layers of rocks

    Image result for fossils in layers of rocks

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Study Guide Test #3

    Posted by Jennipher Yu on 10/30/2018

    Here is the study guide for Test #3:

     

    Study Guide Test 3

     

    Make sure you study early and to complete the study guide FULLY. Review both your notes and study guide.

     

    Study Guide Test #3

    1. What is the theory of plate tectonics?
    2. What do we mean when we say the “plates”?
    3. What are the 4 different types of plate movements? Make sure you know how the arrows are facing
    4. What type of plate movement would give you a mountain? A volcano?
    5. What is the CAUSE of plate movement (what is the reason for it happening in the first place)?
    6. What is a fault? Draw a diagram of it too
    7. What is a fold? Draw a diagram of it too
    8. Where do you find convection currents in the earth’s layers?
    9. What are earthquakes? What causes them?
    10. Know the diagram of the focus, epicenter, fault line.
    11. What is a focus? What is an epicenter? What is a fault?
    12. Know how to read a topographic map…what do the circles mean? How do we get the circles?
    13. What is elevation?
    14. What are seismic waves?
    15. What are P waves? What are S waves? How are they different? From each other?
    16. Know latitude and longitude (how do you find it and how do you write it?)
    Comments (-1)