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Polarity_GIZMO_Lab.docx
  • Polarity_GIZMO_Lab.docx

  • Examen • 7 páginas
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  • Vocabulary: dipole, dipole-dipole force, dipole-induced dipole force, electronegativity, intermolecular force, ionic bond, London dispersion force, molecule, nonpolar, nonpolar covalent bond, partial charges, polar, polar covalent bond, valence electron Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) 1. A big bully is having a tug-of-war with a small child. There is a ball attached to the middle of the rope. Toward whom will the ball move? The big bully. 2. Two equally strong ki...
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HardyWeinbergGizmoSE.pdf
  • HardyWeinbergGizmoSE.pdf

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  • Student Exploration: Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Directions: Follow the instructions to go through the simulation. Respond to the questions and prompts in the orange boxes. Vocabulary : allele, genotype, Hardy-Weinberg equation, Hardy-Weinberg principle, heterozygous, homozygous, incompletely dominant, Punnett square Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) 1. A bird’s feather color is controlled by two alleles , D (dark feathers) and d (lighter feathers). Suppose two...
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WaveGIZMO
  • WaveGIZMO

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  • Student Exploration: Waves Vocabulary: amplitude, compression, crest, frequency, longitudinal wave, medium, period, power, rarefaction, transverse wave, trough, wave, wavelength, wave speed Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) 1. A buoy is anchored to the ocean floor. A large wave approaches the buoy. How will the buoy move as the wave goes by? A buoy will move down and up as the wave goes by. 2. The two images show side views of ocean waves. How are the two sets of ...
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Stephani_DeBise___Carbon_Cycling_GIZMO___4214510.pdf
  • Stephani_DeBise___Carbon_Cycling_GIZMO___4214510.pdf

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  • Student Exploration: Carbon Cycle Vocabulary : atmosphere, biomass, biosphere, carbon reservoir, carbon sink, fossil fuel, geosphere, greenhouse gas, hydrosphere, lithosphere, photosynthesis Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) In the process of photosynthesis , plants take in carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) from the atmosphere and water (H 2 O) from the soil. Using the energy of sunlight, plants build molecules of glucose (C 6 H 12 O 6 ) and oxygen (O 2 ). Make sure all of ...
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natural_selection_gizmo.doc
  • natural_selection_gizmo.doc

  • Examen • 4 páginas
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  • Student Exploration: Natural Selection Vocabulary: biological evolution, camouflage, Industrial Revolution, lichen, morph, natural selection, peppered moth Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) The peppered moth (Biston betularia) is a common moth found in Europe, Asia, and North America. It is commonly found in two forms, or morphs: a dark morph and a light, speckled morph. Birds are a frequent predator of the peppered moth. 1. Which morph do you think would be easier...
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natural_selection_gizmo.doc
  • natural_selection_gizmo.doc

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  • Student Exploration: Natural Selection Vocabulary: biological evolution, camouflage, Industrial Revolution, lichen, morph, natural selection, peppered moth Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) The peppered moth (Biston betularia) is a common moth found in Europe, Asia, and North America. It is commonly found in two forms, or morphs: a dark morph and a light, speckled morph. Birds are a frequent predator of the peppered moth. 1. Which morph do you think would be easier...
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PeriodicTrends_GizmoJigsaw_Student__1_.docx
  • PeriodicTrends_GizmoJigsaw_Student__1_.docx

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  • Part 0: Prior Knowledge Check -------------------------------- 1. On the image at right, the two magnets are the same. Which paper clip would be harder to remove? Magnet B because there is less blocking the magnetic pull As the book thickness increases the ability of the magnet to hold on to and attract paper clips decreases. Name: Student Exploration: Periodic Trends Directions: Follow the instructions to complete your group's section of the simulation. Respond to the questions and promp...
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Test (elaborations) Nuclear Reactions
  • Test (elaborations) Nuclear Reactions

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  • Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) The chart to the right gives the isotope name, element name, number of protons, and number of neutrons of three isotopes. 1. What do you notice about the isotope number and the sum of protons and neutrons? 2. The element symbol for uranium-238 is . This means U-238 has a total mass of 238 and contains 92 protons. Write the element symbols for the isotopes in the table: Hydrogen-1 Carbon-12 Uranium-235 Gizmo Warm-up The Nucle...
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Introduction_to_Moles_Gizmo.docx
  • Introduction_to_Moles_Gizmo.docx

  • Examen • 9 páginas
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  • Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) 1. In the image to the right, note a dozen eggs, a dozen donuts and a dozen roses. How many of each item do you have? 12 2. Would a dozen of each object have the same mass? no 3. Suppose you have a dozen carbon atoms, a dozen gold atoms, and a dozen iron atoms. Even though you have the same number of each, would you expect them all to have the same mass? Explain. No, just because they have the same quantity doesn’t mean they weig...
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AP_BIO_Gizmo_Genetics_Fast_Plants_1__2_.docx
  • AP_BIO_Gizmo_Genetics_Fast_Plants_1__2_.docx

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  • Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) 1. What do plants need to survive? Plants need space, air, and ideal temperatures . 2. How do plants reproduce? Plants reproduce through asexual for sexual reproduction. In asexual reproduction it's done through the roots stems and even the leaves on the plant itself , but through sexual reproduction there's a Fusion between Bell and female gamuts in the specific plan. Gizmo Warm-up Several common vegetables, including Bok cho...
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