- review flipped 1.2b - 3 'laws of assumption' in science; independent/dependent variables
- set-up lab notebook for reaction in a bag lab (ppt is here; a longer vodcast for how to set-up your lab notebook is here)
- Reaction in a bag lab
- conclusion to the lab (use CER format)
- catch-up on flipped 1.2b and the bouncy ball blog if you had issues
- Take (or re-take) the safety quiz!
- Bring in all your contracts! (Safety & Digital footprint)
- Case of the Missing Computer Chip - determining who did it and how? (This was your hypothesis, remember?)
- "CER" = Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (watched this video & discussed each part)
- Wrote rough draft - Who did it, how they did it, the evidence to support your choice of who & how; and how the evidence supports your choice of who did it and how they did it.
- Finish your rough draft if you didn't in class
- Create your pocket on pg 1 of your notebook for the handouts
- Be ready for a notebook check on Wednesday (it's on your calendar!) -- tab, table of contents, page numbers, (3) hypotheses, and your rough draft