In this lesson students have a chance to demonstrate their learning about water quality (solutions, acids, and bases) through performing a review and playing a review game.
For this lesson there are several resources needed:
In this section of the lesson I introduce students to the game that we will playing during the lesson.
In this section of the lesson students play the Jeopardy game.
After students have finished the game I give them time to work on their individual reviews for the unit exam.
I begin by passing out the unit8 exam review paper.
I then tell students that they, "should try to work on the paper on your own using your notes to help you out. If you have questions than you can ask the people at your table, and then if you all have questions you should ask me for help."
As students are working I walk around to ensure that they are on task and answering questions. If students have a hard time with the answer to their questions then I have them go back to their notes. If they are not sure where to look then I help them find where in the notes they can access the information. If a student does not have their notes than I have them use one of the textbooks. By helping students find where they can access the information it helps them to review and know what they should be studying before the exam.
If students get done with the review before class end, then I have them work on their binders to prepare for the binder check which I do at the exam. This is an example of what a binder check looks like.
If students are not done with the review before the end of class I have them complete for homework. I then stamp their papers for completion at the next class and go over the answers using the answer key. This is one example of a student's completed review.
The common questions that students had on the review include: