Quarter 1, Week 8: 10/19-10/23 – Innovative students
Build a Molecule post-lab handout: Build a molecule post lab
Compounds notes power point
Mixtures notes power point
WS Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
Methods for Separating a Mixture article: Methods for Separating a Mixture Article
Methods for Separating a Mixture table: Methods for separating mixtures
Pure substances and mixtures vocabulary: Pure Substances and Mixtures Vocabulary
Pure substances and mixtures Unit 6 lesson 5
Separating a Mixture lab INNOVATIVE
Solubility notes (blank): Solubility
Solubility notes (completed): Solubility guided notes – COMPLETE
DIA 2 review: DIA 2 test review 20-21
Unit 3 review: Unit 3 Compounds and Mixtures I can statements 8th Grade
|Subject Area||Comprehensive Science III|
|Unit of Instruction||Compounds and Mixtures|
SC.8.P.8.5 (Level 1)
Recognize that there are a finite number of elements and that
their atoms combine in a multitude of ways to produce
compounds that make up all of the living and nonliving things
that we encounter.
SC.8.P.8.9 (Level 2)
Distinguish among mixtures (including solutions) and pure
Define a problem from the eighth grade curriculum using
appropriate reference materials to support scientific
understanding, plan and carry out scientific investigations of
various types, such as systematic observations or experiments,
identify variables, collect and organize data, interpret data in
charts, tables, and graphics, analyze information, make
predictions, and defend conclusions.
SC.8.P.8.8 (Level 2)
Identify basic examples of and compare and classify the
properties of compounds, including acids, bases, and salts.
SC.8.N.1.2 (Level 3)
Design and conduct a
study using repeated trials and replication.
Interpret formula representations of molecules and compounds
in terms of composition and structure.
Relate acidity and basicity to hydronium and hydroxyl ion
concentration and pH.
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
• differentiate between atoms, elements, and compounds
• explain how elements combine to form compounds that make up all living and
non-living things, for example:
o atoms share/transfer electrons to create a bond between them
(students do not need to know covalent and ionic bonding)
differentiate between pure substances, mixtures, and solutions, including:
o solutions are mixtures that may include multiple states of matter
• investigate different ways of making and separating mixtures and solutions,
o using a funnel and filter paper, a magnet, dissolving substances, screens,
• cite common examples and characteristics of acids, bases, and salts
• Investigate to classify various substances using the pH scale as an acid, base, or
1. Use experimental data to illustrate and explain the pH scale to characterize acid
and base solutions
2. Compare and contrast the strengths of various common acids and bases
Please click on the link below for your science lesson plan for this week. This is a word document. Please look at the correct day, Monday, Wednesday or Thursday, for that day’s lesson and information related to that day’s lesson. Any additional links or documents are located at the top of the page.
Weekly lesson plan: UPDATED 10/21
8th grade science innovative lesson plans 1019-1023
Monday 10/19: Practice worksheet – Elements, compounds and mixtures. Create word document with question number and answer letter. Upload this to grade book.
Wednesday 10/21: Atom selfie due. Upload to grade book.
Periodic Table extra credit due. Upload to grade book.
Thursday 10/22: Solubility quiz on Edgenuity due.