Unit 6: Gases and Pressure
The focus of this unit is on learning about pressure and the variables related to gases. Students will learn how variables such as pressure, temperature, and volume affect each other.
Due: What the Fizz Lab Report
In class: Direct and Inverse Relationship Lecture Math Needed for this Unit (See Prezi to Complete notes) 1. Chickens Laying Eggs 2. Gotta Make that Money 3. Cats and Mice Homework: Complete the Unit 6 Day 1 Inverse and Direct Proportions packet 

Homework due: none officially
Finish Direct and Inverse Relationship Lecture Kinetic Molecular Theory Homework: Kinetic Molecular Theory Foldable 
1. Review of inverse and direct relationships
2. Types of Matter (whole class participation activity) 3. Nothing Sucks 4. Gases and Pressure Reference Sheet 5. How it works  Straws, vacuums and atmospheric pressure 
1. Atmospheric Pressure  ears popping 2. Dalton's Law: altitude sickness, scuba diving 3. Creaking Soda Bottles 4. Exploding Straws 5. Boyle's and Charles' Law  Gases & Pressure Reference sheet 4. Boiling Water + Balloon 5. Avogadro's Law 6. Complete gases and pressure reference sheet 7. Gas Laws comic strip 8. Problemsolving Process 

1. Boyle's Law real life explanation
2. Gay Lussac's Law  boiling balloon 3. Avogadro's Law  blowing up a balloon 
Solve Crumple Toss Continued


1. WarmUp 6.2 "Boiling Balloon"
2. Creaking Bottles 3. Exploding Straws 

1. Determining the Combined Gas Law
2. Partial Pressures + Dalton 3. Solve Crumple Toss for the gas laws 

Study day
1. Partial Pressures 2. Ideal vs Real Gases 3. Avogadro's Law 4. Study guide Help for #18 on prezi (just before the slide that says, "Old Stuff") It will step you through the problem. 

April 27, 2015 
