EQ: How well do you know Chapter 7 Vocabulary?
At your table groups come up with a good definition for "corrosive".
"Do Now" Answer:
Corrosive means to wear away or eat away chemically. Acids are corrosive for metals, they "eat away" at metals. (PS: this is an example of a chemical reaction)
Tables are given 10 minutes to work as a group to complete the following tasks:
- Make sure all table members have a definition for their Chapter 7 Vocabulary.
- Check and Improve any definitions that are unclear.
- Quiz each other on the Vocabulary for the Pop Quiz this week.
Jeopardy: Students play a lively game of Jeopardy to help review for the quiz. Below were the Jeopardy Questions
- Kool-Aid is an example of what type of mixture? (solution)
- This does the dissolving in a solution. (Solvent)
- This type of solution has more solvent than solute. (Dilute Solution)
- When heated, 3 cups of sugar can be dissolved in 1 cup of water. What type of solution is this? (Supersaturated Solution)
- A level 7 on the pH scale. (Neutral)
- When a substance, like acid, eats away at a metal it is said to be what? (Corrosive)
- A solution that has more solute. (Concentrated solution)
- Has a sour taste. (Acid)
- Alphabet soup is an example of what type of mixture? (Suspension)
- What are 2 characteristics of a base? (Bitter Taste and Slippery Feel)
- The ability to dissolve. (Solubility)
- Give an example of a colloid. (Milk, Mayo, Frosting, Fog)
- When a solution cannot hold any more solute. (Saturated Solution)
- Draw and label the pH Scale.
Study for Chapter 7 Vocabulary Pop Quiz
Chapter 7 Vocabulary Pop Quiz will be Thursday 3.6.14 or Friday 3.7.14.