# Agenda Q2 W3

week of Nov 4

## Monday

Go over metrics inside cover chart, PPT with what unit of measurement is it (Mass, Volume, Temperature, or weight).

Review length, mass (and tbb), and

Learn how to read a graduated cylinder.

Go over how to calculate volume using the radius and height (data from grocery lab). we will use computations on paper and check our work with a computer application for volume of a cylinder.

Finish (hopefully) collecting data from the grocery lab

HW: Page 45-46 Lab devices (ignore the hand on page 46) due Thursday

## Tuesday

Graduated cylinder warm up

Finish Grocery lab calculations with a computer

Go over Mass vs. Weight Gizmos answers

HW: Page 45-46 Lab devices (ignore the hand on page 46) due Thursday

## Wednesday

Rainbow lab

HW: Page 45-46 Lab devices (ignore the hand on page 46) due Thursday

## Thursday finishing assignments from the week

Warm up reading graduated cylinders.

Grade Lab Devices homework and make any changes to your paper based on feedback from remotes.

Grade volume calculations from Grocery lab (type in answers into remotes and get feedback on which answers were wrong so we can correct them for next week).

Finish Rainbow lab in groups.

Cm3 to mL pre lab

HW: make sure you know how to read a graduated cylinder for tomorrow's quiz

## Friday using graduated cylinders to find volume

Learn how to read a graduated cylinder. Leave your score on screen so I can give credit. You can miss 2.

Introduction to using graduated cylinders to measure volume.

Complete the cm3 to mL lab.

## Next week....

## Volume of cylinders, cubes and cones

Quiz: reading a Graduated Cylinder (VOLUME)

Working on a few math standards in this Math/Science Crossover. Calculating and proving the volume of Cubes, cylinders, and Cones as we look at finding the volume of regular and irregular objects. We start with calculations and then move onto a water mess. Measurements will be done with a ruler in cm3 and then proven with water and units of measurement mL.

Complete 1 cube volume together

Complete the cone volume measuring together

You will complete more on Monday in groups.

Use our mass measuring skills and combine with our volume measuring skills to calculate DENSITY!

Start Density explanation and lab.