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INTRODUCTION TO OCEAN CHEMISTRY UNIT
 
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Day 1  9/9/2014
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Day 2  9/11/2014
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Day 3 9/15/14
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Day 3 9/17/14
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Day 3 9/19/14


 
Essential Question- How does the horseshoe crab support the claim that marine organisms are significant to both human society and other organisms?  
To be Turned In Today:
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
1.        Horseshoe Crab Essay-1st Draft-Due Monday September 15th
BELLRINGER
10      minutes
1.        Review Introductory essay comments.
YOU DO IT (Focus for Homework)
30     minutes
1         Crash-A Tale of Two Species Documentary/Questions
YOU DO IT (Independently)
10      minutes
1.        Update Horseshoe Crab Outline
WE DO IT (Colaboratively
30     minutes (10 minutes/station)
1.        Testing Aquariums
a.        Aquarium dimensions and volume
b.        Salinity
c.        pH
EXIT TICKET
5 minutes
What are the acceptable levels of salinity and pH for our aquariums?
 
 
Essential Question- How does the chemistry  influence the salinity and pH of the world’s oceans?  
 
To be Turned In Today:
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
1.        Horseshoe Crab Essay-1st Draft-Due Monday September 15th
BELLRINGER
15    minutes
1.        Annottating horseshoe crab essay
a.        Thesis/Topic=Red
b.        Facts=Blue
c.        Stats=Green
d.        Experts=Black
WE DO IT (Focus Lesson)
25    minutes/station
1.        Rotation expectations
a.        Vocabulary (polar molecule, solvent, solute, fresh water, brackish water, saline/marine water, hypersaline/brine water)
b.        Lecture-How does water’s chemical properties help it dissolve salts in the enviromment?
c.        Lab-Water as a  solvent-Why does a moleculre like water dissolve salts better than a molecule of rubbing alocohol?
 
 
 
Essential Question- How does salinity change in a coastal watershed?  
 
To be Turned In Today:Horseshoe Crab Essay
To be Completed at Home Tonight:
BELLRINGER
15    minutes
1         Practice Quiz-Properties of water/Water as a solvent
 
YOU DO IT (Independently)
15 minutes
1         CHNEP watershed article (page 14 in article binder)-Underline unknown vocabulary/# paragraphs
WE DO IT (Focus Lesson)
25 minutes/station
1. Rotation expectations
a. Vocabulary (polar molecule, solvent, solute, fresh water, brackish water, saline/marine water, hypersaline/brine water)
b. Lecture-How does water’s chemical properties help it dissolve salts in the enviromment?
c. Lab-Water as a solvent-Why does a moleculre like water dissolve salts better than a molecule of rubbing alocohol?
 
YOU DO IT (Collaboratively)
20 minutes
1         Comparing 4 water samples and identifying location and water type activity.
Essential Question- How does pH influence the health of the ocean?  
 
To be Turned In Today:
To be Completed at Home Tonight: A Chemical Imbalance Article Annoation-Identify facts/statistics/experts/opinions that support the prompt:
The pH of the world’s oceans is an important abiotic, non living, factor in the ocean that is influenced by humans with lasting affects on marine organisms.
BELLRINGER
15 minutes
Set up some vocabulary cornell notes for the following terms:
Acidity, Alkalinity, pH and answer the following question:What is the connection between ocean pH and carbon dioxide? (page 6-19 to 6-22).
I DO IT (Collaboratively)
25 minutes
1         CHNEP watershed article cornell notes/Florida Map outline.
a.        What is a watershed?
b.        What is an estuary?
c.        How does salinity change in an areas’ watershed?
d.        What other factors influence the salinity of an estuary?
e.        How are organisms influenced by changes in salinity?
YOU DO IT (Independently)
20 minutes
1        A Chemical Imbalance Article-Primary Read-Identify Unknown Vocabulary in Red
 
YOU DO IT (Independently)
20 minutes
Acid Ocean Video Clip
 
 
Essential Question- How does pH influence the health of the ocean?  
 
To be Turned In Today:
To be Completed at Home Tonight:Prepare for Test-Introduction to Ocean Chemistry…Why are the sea’s salty?
BELLRINGER
5    minutes
1.        Practice Quiz-Acids, Bases and Ocean pH
YOU DO IT (Collaboratively)
10 minutes
1.        A Chemical Imbalance Article Group Discussion
YOU DO IT (Collaboratively)
10 minutes
1.        A Chemical Imbalance Article Group Discussion-IPOD Video
WE DO IT (Collaboratively)
20 minutes
1         Data Tracking-Prepare for next class’s quiz on ocean chemistry
2         Horseshoe Crab Essay Feedback
YOU DO IT (Independently)
20 minutes/station
1.        Rotation expectations
a.        Lecture-Introduction to Taxonomy.
b.        Comparative anatomy Lab stations.
c.        Using a dichotomous key/creating a dichotomous key
Exit Ticket
What concept for our upcoming quiz do you need the most help with?
 
 
 
 

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