Chemistry i
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 57

CHEMISTRY I PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 96 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

CHEMISTRY I. DAILY AGENDAS. CHEMISTRY I AGENDA: 9.7.11. CLASS/TEACHER INTRODUCTION SEATING CHART SYLLABUS TEXTBOOKS STUDENT INTRODUCTION INDEX CARD ACTIVITY GUMMY BEAR SACRIFICE Scientific observations & conclusions FINAL EXAM Huh…? NEED A PENCIL! (SCANTRON SHEET)

Download Presentation

CHEMISTRY I

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Chemistry i

CHEMISTRY I

DAILY AGENDAS


Chemistry i agenda 9 7 11

CHEMISTRY I AGENDA: 9.7.11

  • CLASS/TEACHER INTRODUCTION

    • SEATING CHART

    • SYLLABUS

    • TEXTBOOKS

  • STUDENT INTRODUCTION

    • INDEX CARD ACTIVITY

  • GUMMY BEAR SACRIFICE

    • Scientific observations & conclusions

  • FINAL EXAM

    • Huh…?

    • NEED A PENCIL! (SCANTRON SHEET)

    • When finished: Personal Info Sheet


Chemistry i agenda 9 8 11

CHEMISTRY I AGENDA: 9.8.11

  • JOURNAL #1 WRITE DOWN THE JOURNAL STATEMENT BELOW IN YOUR NOTEBOOK:

    • Solve the “Bus Stop Queue” (other slide…)

    • Complete: “If I were a teacher I would…” using at least 4 sentences.

  • REMINDER: SIGNED SYLLABI & SAFETY CONTRACT ASAP!

  • CD Label Project: due Tuesday, September 20th!

  • Today’s Objectives:

    • IDENTIFY TOOLS USED IN SCIENCE LAB & THEIR FUNCTION

    • CRITIQUE ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS

  • Lab Safety & Lab Tools

    • Lab Tools Test: Wednesday, Sept. 14th! (write this date down!)

  • Start Chapter One: Scientific Method

    • Notes

    • Experimental Design Activity

    • “I’m All Thumbs” lab


  • Chem i agenda 9 9 11

    CHEM I AGENDA: 9.9.11

    • HAPPY FRIDAY !

      • Home volleyball tournament Saturday!

    • JOURNAL #2Do problem #27 on p.30 of textbook

    • REMINDER: SIGNED SYLLABI, SAFETY CONTRACT, & CD LABEL…

    • Finish Final Exam—finally.

    • Finish Lab Tools—test next Wednesday 9.14.11!

    • Start Chapter One: Scientific Method

      • Notes

      • Experimental Design Activity

      • “I’m All Thumbs” lab

    • Today’s Objectives:

      • IDENTIFY TOOLS USED IN SCIENCE LAB & THEIR FUNCTION

      • CRITIQUE ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS


    Chem i agenda 9 12 11

    CHEM I AGENDA: 9.12.11

    • JOURNAL #3 GRAPH THE DATA BELOW: (line graph!)

    • Finish going over lab tools (TEST WED!)

    • Start Chapter One: Scientific Method

      • Notes

      • Experimental Design Activity

    • Today’s Objectives:

      • IDENTIFY TOOLS USED IN SCIENCE LAB & THEIR FUNCTION

      • CRITIQUE ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS


    Chem i agenda 9 13 11

    CHEM I AGENDA: 9.13.11

    • JOURNAL #4Hypothesis: Mayonnaise will help plant growth.

      • Identify the manipulated variable

      • Identify the responding variable

      • Write a brief procedure to test the hypothesis above

    • Review for Lab Tools test (WEDNESDAY!)CLICKERS!

    • Identify Steps of Scientific Method worksheet

      • “I’m All Thumbs” lab

    • HOMEWORK: LAB SKILLS CHECKUP (both sides!—the one handed out last week…)

    • Today’s Objectives:

      • IDENTIFY TOOLS USED IN SCIENCE LAB & THEIR FUNCTION

      • CRITIQUE ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS


    Chem i 9 14 11

    CHEM I 9.14.11

    • REMINDER: SIGNED SYLLABI, SAFETY CONTRACT, & CD LABEL…

    • HAND IN HOMEWORK:

      • LAB SKILLS CHECKUP

      • “Thumbs”LAB

    • JOURNAL #5Hypothesis: Bathing in radioactive waste will give you superhero powers.

      • Identify the manipulated & responding variables.

    • LAB SAFETY SYMBOLS

    • LAB TOOLS REVIEW &TEST

    • HAND BACK PAPERS & GO OVER!

    • DESIGN DETECTIVES ACTIVITY


    Chem agenda 9 15 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.15.11

    • JOURNAL #6

      • PROBLEM: Will a gummy bear get bigger if I put it into a cup of water? What if I put it into a cup of corn syrup?

      • CREATE A HYPOTHESIS

      • IDENTIFY MV & RV

    • Pass back & go over papers

    • Finish DESIGN DETECTIVES ACTIVITY & hand in.

    • Observation & Experimentation Lab

      • FIRST: pre-lab write-up

         YOU CANNOT DO THE LAB IF THIS ISN’T DONE!!! (or if you haven’t turned in safety contract…) 

      • THEN: CONCLUSION & POST-LAB QUESTIONS

    • Today’s Objectives:

      • IDENTIFY TOOLS USED IN SCIENCE LAB & THEIR FUNCTION

      • CRITIQUE ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS


    Chem agenda 9 16 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.16.11

    • Can you believe it’s Friday again--already??? 

    • JOURNAL #7 Valerie bought 4 different brands of grape bubble gum. She would like to measure the diameter of a bubble from each brand.

      • Write a hypothesis

      • Identify the MV & RV

    • GRADES…

    • Finish Observation & Experiment Lab

    • Mythbusters---if time.

    • Today’s Objectives:

      • IDENTIFY TOOLS USED IN SCIENCE LAB & THEIR FUNCTION

      • CRITIQUE ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS


    Chem agenda 9 19 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.19.11

    • JOURNAL #8 Matthew bought three different types of balls to see which one has the most bounce. Write a hypothesis that includes the MV & DV. Underline the DV and circlethe MV.

    • QUIZ TOMORROW: SAFETY & THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD

    • ANY SYLLABI OR SAFETY CONTRACTS STILL OUT THERE????

    • CD LABEL DUE TOMORROW!

    • Graphing notes

    • Good Shot graphing activity

    • Exercise graphing activity & Ruler Reaction Lab

    • CLASS/HOMEWORK:

      • Scientific Method Graphing Activity

    • Finish Graphing & Ruler Lab HAND IN TODAY!

    • HOMEWORK: Scientific Method Graphing Activity & CD label project


    Chem agenda 9 20 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.20.11

    • PLEASE HAND IN CD’sTO THE BASKET!

    • JOURNAL #9 DRAW 4 safety symbols from the list. NAME the symbol AND give a precaution relating to it.

    • Safety & Scientific Method Quiz

    • 1.3 Metric Notes

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CeyGEwjLPGw&feature=related

    • Metric Practice

    • HOMEWORK: Metric Prefix worksheet

    • Today’s Objectives:

      • IDENTIFY TOOLS & SAFETY PRECAUTIONSUSED IN SCIENCE LAB

      • CRITIQUE ASPECTS OF SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS


    Chem agenda 9 21 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.21.11

    • JOURNAL #10

      • Write out the symbols for the metric prefixes IN ORDER!

      • Convert the following:

        • 1.50 L=____mL 2300 g =____kg 0.034 m=____cm

    • HAND IN METRIC HOMEWORK TO BASKET!

    • Go over graphing activity…

    • DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS lesson

    • Measuring Hands Lab

    • TODAY’S OBJECTIVE:

      • Convert measurments within the metric system

      • Convert English to Metric measurements using DA


    Chem agenda 9 22 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.22.11

    • TODAY’S OBJECTIVE:

      • Convert measurments within the metric system

      • Convert English to Metric measurements using DA

    • JOURNAL #11

      • Write the following numbers in scientific notation:

        • 340000

        • 0.00000621

        • 50020

      • Write the following numbers out of scientific notation:

        • 6.04 x 103

        • 1.22 x 10-2

    • Finish MEASURING HANDS LAB

    • Start Metric Olympics

    • HOMEWORK: Metrics For All (both sides)


    Chem agenda 9 23 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.23.11

    • Please hand in Metrics For All (both sides)

    • JOURNAL #12

      • CONVERT THE FOLLOWING:

        • 23.4 L=_____mL

        • 100 cm=_____km

        • 450 mg=_____cg

    • Consumer Lab: Which Paper Towel is better???

      • Read aloud together

      • Then, do pre-lab write-up

      • Finally, do the lab!

    • HOMEWORK: METRIC CONVERSIONS (both sides)


    Chem agenda 9 26 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 9.26.11

    • Please hand in METRIC CONVERSIONS (both sides)

    • JOURNAL 13 What SI units would I use to measure the following substances:

      • A glass of vinegar

      • A spoonful of sugar

      • The length of a strip of metal

      • The temperature of hot water

    • CHAPTER ONE QUIZ TOMORROW: Graphing & Variables (Quick REview_)

    • Wrap up last week’s labs & chapter one…

    • Start Ch 2: Classification of Matter: Mixtures & Pure Substances (Elements, Compounds)

      • CLASSIFICATION ACTIVITY

      • Movie

      • HOMEWORK: 2.1 Study Guide


    Chem agenda 9 27 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 9.27.11

    • Journal 14Classify the following as either a pure substance or mixture:

      • Macaroni & cheese

      • Aluminum foil

      • Kool-Aid

      • Vegetable oil

      • Graphite pencil lead

    • REVIEW, THENCHAPTER ONE QUIZ! (Graphing & Variables)

    • Chapter Two: Notes

    • Start CLASSIFYING MATTER CONCEPT MAP

    • HOMEWORK: CONCEPT MAP & 2.1 Study guide


    Chem agenda 9 28 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 9.28.11

    • JOURNAL 15 DEFINE THE FOLLOWING TERMS (use your book):

      • heterogeneous

      • homogeneous

      • colloid

    • GRADES…

    • Finish 2.1 notes

    • Start 2.1 Concept Map—due tomorrow!

    • MATTER IDENTIFICATION LAB—(use concept map to help you!)

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Distinguish between phys/chem. Changes in terms of the properties of the reactants and products

    • Distinguish between an element, compound, or mixture based on drawings or formulae.

    • Identify a pure substance based on unique chemical and physical properties

    • Separate mixtures based on the differences in physical properties of the individual components

    • Recognize that the properties of a compound differ from those of its individual elements.


    Chem agenda 9 29 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.29.11

    • JOURNAL 16 come up with your own example for the following types of matter:

      • Solution

      • Element

      • Colloid

      • compound

    • Finish Matter Identification Lab

    • Turn in Concept Map activity after the Matter ID lab…

    • Notes: 2.2 Physical Properties of Matter

    • Density Lab

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Distinguish between phys/chem. Changes in terms of the properties of the reactants and products

    • Distinguish between an element, compound, or mixture based on drawings or formulae.

    • Identify a pure substance based on unique chemical and physical properties

    • Separate mixtures based on the differences in physical properties of the individual components

    • Recognize that the properties of a compound differ from those of its individual elements.


    Chem agenda 9 30 11

    CHEM AGENDA 9.30.11

    • JOURNAL 17

      • Write the formula for calculating density.

      • If I have a 30 gram object with a volume of 5 cubic centimeters, what is the density? Make sure to include proper units!

      • What is the density of an object have to be to float in water??? Will the above item sink or float?

    • Finish 2.2 notes

    • Review Video: Mixtures & Solutions

    • DENSITY LAB

    • Notes: 2.3 Physical vs. Chemical Changes

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVJvoiNhMlU&feature=related

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxb_6UANXqU

    • HOMEWORK: 2.2 STUDY GUIDE

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Distinguish between phys/chem. Changes in terms of the properties of the reactants and products

    • Distinguish between an element, compound, or mixture based on drawings or formulae.

    • Identify a pure substance based on unique chemical and physical properties

    • Separate mixtures based on the differences in physical properties of the individual components

    • Recognize that the properties of a compound differ from those of its individual elements.


    Chem agenda 10 3 11

    CHEM AGENDA 10.3.11

    • PLEASE HAND IN 2.2 STUDY GUIDE!

    • GIVE SIGNED GRADE SHEETS TO ME!

    • JOURNAL 18

      • List 2 examples of chemical changes and 2 examples of physical changes.

      • What is the density of a 12 gram item with a volume of 2 cubic centimeters.

      • What is the mass of an item with a density of 5 g/cm3 and a volume of 3 cm3? (HINT: REARRANGE THE DENSITY FORMULA TO SOLVE FOR MASS!)

    • Finish Density Lab

    • 2.3 NOTES

    • Physical vs. Chemical Change Lab

    • HOMEWORK: 2.3 STUDY GUIDE!

    • TEST OVER CH 1-2 WEDNESDAY!

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Distinguish between phys/chem. Changes in terms of the properties of the reactants and products

    • Distinguish between an element, compound, or mixture based on drawings or formulae.

    • Identify a pure substance based on unique chemical and physical properties

    • Separate mixtures based on the differences in physical properties of the individual components

    • Recognize that the properties of a compound differ from those of its individual elements.


    Chem agenda 10 4 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.4.11

    • TEST TOMORROW over Chapters 1 & 2!

    • I WILL be collecting journals tomorrow! Please have them in order & ready be graded! (#10-19)

    • JOURNAL 19

      • IDENTIFY the following types of matter: (pure, mix, etc.)

        • Milk

        • Aluminum

        • Sugar

      • Differentiate between inverse & direct

        proportions! (chapter 1)

    • Please hand in 2.3 worksheet!

    • Finish Physical vs. Chemical Change Lab & turn in.

    • Pass Back Papers!!!

    • REVIEW SHEET TOGETHER!

    • Book review: see next slide for problems!

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Distinguish between phys/chem. Changes in terms of the properties of the reactants and products

    • Distinguish between an element, compound, or mixture based on drawings or formulae.

    • Identify a pure substance based on unique chemical and physical properties

    • Separate mixtures based on the differences in physical properties of the individual components

    • Recognize that the properties of a compound differ from those of its individual elements.


    Book review problems due tomorrow

    BOOK REVIEW PROBLEMS—due tomorrow!

    • CHAPTER ONE: start on page 29

      • #3,6,9

      • #14,17,21,23

      • Page 31 #1,5,6

    • CHAPTER TWO: start on page 63

      • #1-10

      • #15,18, 22,24, 27, 29, 33

      • Page 65 #1,2,3


    Chem agenda 10 5 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.5.11

    • TEST DAY!  GOOD LUCK!

    • Please hand in the book review problems!

    • Quick vocabulary review sheet…

    • GET READY FOR TEST! The only things on your desk:

      • Pencil!

      • Journals (#10-19)

    • When you are finished:

      • Grab a packet of Ch. 3 notes

      • 3-hole punch them & put into your binder!

      • Worksheet 3.1 due tomorrow


    Chem agenda 10 6 11

    CHEM AGENDA 10.6.11

    • ½ DAY!  NO SCHOOL TOMORROW! 

    • PLEASE HAND IN 3.1 worksheet!

    • Discuss Absolute Zero

      • Video: Temperature

    • Non-Newtonian Solid Demonstration

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GWhOLorDtw

    • CHROMATOGRAPHY LAB…if time.

    • Objectives:

      • For a substance to exist in all three phases, describe the relative motion of the particles in each of the phases

      • Make a drawing that shows the arrangement and relative spacing of the particles in each or the phases

      • Present a drawing that shows the number of particles in the system does not change as a result of a phases change.

      • Explain that the amount of energy necessary to heat a substance will be the same as the amount of energy released when the substance is cooled to the original temperature

      • Describe conduction in terms of molecules bumping into each other to transfer energy. Explain why there is better conduction in solids and liquids than gases.

      • Describe the various states of matter in terms of the motion and arrangement of the molecules making up the substance.

      • Describe energy changes associated with changes of state in terms of the arrangement and order of the atoms in each state

      • Use the positions and arrangements of atoms and molecules in solid, liquid, and gas state to explain the need for an input of energy for melting and boiling and a release of energy in condensation and freezing.

      • Describe how heat is conducted in a solid

      • Describe melting on a molecular level

      • Draw a picture of the particles of an element or compound as a solid, liquid, and gas

      • Recognize that substances that are solid at room temperature have stronger attractive forces than liquids at room temperature, which have stronger attractive forces than gases at room temperature.

      • Recognize that solids have a more ordered, refgular arrangement of their particles than liquids and that liquids are more ordered than gases.


    Chem agenda 10 10 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.10.11

    • Objectives:

      • For a substance to exist in all three phases, describe the relative motion of the particles in each of the phases

      • Make a drawing that shows the arrangement and relative spacing of the particles in each or the phases

      • Present a drawing that shows the number of particles in the system does not change as a result of a phases change.

      • Explain that the amount of energy necessary to heat a substance will be the same as the amount of energy released when the substance is cooled to the original temperature

      • Describe conduction in terms of molecules bumping into each other to transfer energy. Explain why there is better conduction in solids and liquids than gases.

      • Describe the various states of matter in terms of the motion and arrangement of the molecules making up the substance.

      • Describe energy changes associated with changes of state in terms of the arrangement and order of the atoms in each state

      • Use the positions and arrangements of atoms and molecules in solid, liquid, and gas state to explain the need for an input of energy for melting and boiling and a release of energy in condensation and freezing.

      • Describe how heat is conducted in a solid

      • Describe melting on a molecular level

      • Draw a picture of the particles of an element or compound as a solid, liquid, and gas

      • Recognize that substances that are solid at room temperature have stronger attractive forces than liquids at room temperature, which have stronger attractive forces than gases at room temperature.

      • Recognize that solids have a more ordered, refgular arrangement of their particles than liquids and that liquids are more ordered than gases.

    • PLEASE HAND IN 3.1 WORKSHEET FROM WEDNESDAY!

    • Journal 20

      • Reflect over the chapter 1-2 test we took on Wednesday. How did you feel about it? Did you prepare properly for it? What would you do differently next time? What are some strategies that will help you study??? (should be at least 4 sentences!!!)

    • Go over Ch 1-2 tests!

      • Test Corrections…

    • Finish 3.1 notes

    • Investigating Space Between Particles Lab

      • REVIEW LAB WRITE-UP FORMAT!!!

      • DON’T FORGET A CONCLUSION!!!!


    Chem agenda 10 11 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.11.11

    • JOURNAL 21 For the following items, write if the shape is definite or variable AND if the volume is definite or variable:

      • Apple

      • 7-UP

      • Cheerios

      • Nitrogen

      • Notes: Skip ahead to section 3.3 Phase Changes

    • Investigating Space Between Particles lab

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Recognize that solids have a more ordered, regular arrangement of their particles than liquids and that liquids are more ordered than gases.

    • Describe the various states of matter in terms of the motion and arrangement of the molecules making up the substance.


    Chem agenda 10 12 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.12.11

    • JOURNAL 22 IDENTIFY THE FOLLOWING PHASE CHANGES & PREDICT IF ENERGY IS BEING ABSORBED OR RELEASED:

      • GL -- SL

      • LG --GS

    • Finish 3.3 Notes:

      • Phase Change table

    • Complete Investigating Temperature Changes graphing activity

    • Phase Change Drawings

    • Finish lab: Investigating Space Between Particles

    • HOMEWORK: Phase Change Drawings & Graphing Activity

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Explain that the amount of energy necessary to heat a substance will be the same as the amount of energy released when the substance is cooled to the original temperature

  • Describe energy changes associated with changes of state in terms of the arrangement and order of the atoms in each state

  • Use the arrangements of atoms solid, liquid, and gas state to explain the need for an input of energy for melting and boiling and a release of energy in condensation and freezing.

  • Describe melting on a molecular level


  • Chem agenda 10 13 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.13.11

    • JOURNAL 23 Identify if energy is being absorbed or released in the following phase changes:

      • Ice melting

      • Frost forming on your windshield

      • The bathroom mirror steaming up

      • Water boiling

    • Review 3.3 Phase Change notes—again!

    • Complete Investigating Temperature Changes graphing activity turn in today!

    • ICE CREAM lab!

    • 3.2 notes…

    • HOMEWORK: 3.2 worksheet!


    Chem agenda 10 14 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.14.11

    • JOURNAL 24A scientist is curious why people burn more calories when running than when walking.

      • What is the manipulated variable?

      • Responding variable?

      • Which variable would you plot on the x-axis? y-axis? Why…

      • What are the controlled variables? – at least 3

    • 3.2 notes

    • PASS BACK PAPERS!!!

    • PHASE CHANGE LAB TURN IN TODAY!

    • HOMEWORK: 3.3 & 3.2 WORKSHEETS

    • TEST OVER CH. 3 WEDNESDAY! 10.19.11


    Chem agenda 10 17 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.17.11

    • PLEASE HAND IN 3.2 & 3.3 worksheets from Friday!

    • TEST OVER CHAPTERS 1-3 ON WEDNESDAY!

    • JOURNAL 25

      • Is making ice cream an endothermic or exothermic process?

      • What role does the rock salt play in this process?

    • Finish Phase Change Lab from Friday!

      • DON’T FORGET TO GRAPH YOUR RESULTS!!!

    • ICE CREAM lab!

    • Start BINGO review

    • HOMEWORK: WORDWISE worksheet!


    Chem agenda 10 18 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.18.11

    • TEST OVER CH 1-3 TOMORROW!

    • Please hand in Ch 3 Wordwise

    • JOURNAL 26 I AM COLLECTING JOURNALS #20-26 TOMORROW!!!

      • What is kinetic energy? How does this apply to matter (solids, liquids, gases, etc)?

      • Rank, in order from least to greatest, the relative “forces of attraction” in a liquid, gas, & solid.

    • PRACTICE TESTALONE

    • GROUP BOOK WORK

    • BINGO

    • HOMEWORK: STUDY FOR CH 1-3 TEST!!!!


    Chem agenda 10 19 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.19.11

    • YOU NEED A PENCIL (SCANTRON BUBBLE SHEET)! You can trade for one from me…

    • Hand in PRACTICE TESTS

    • I will grade JOURNALS #20-26 later…

    • CHAPTER 3 TEST!

      • Multiple choice #1-40 on bubble sheet

      • 8 Short answer on SEPARATE SHEET of PAPER

      • GOOD LUCK!!!!! 

    • WHEN FINISHED:

      • grab Atomic Theory DrawingHOMEWORK!

    • MYTHBUSTERS???


    Chem agenda 10 20 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.20.11

    • JOURNAL 27 Is information about the atom considered to be a law or theory? EXPLAIN.

    • Please hand in Atomic Theory Drawings

    • PERIODIC PUNNIES!!!

    • Quickly review 4.1: Atomic Theory

      • KNOW THE SCIENTISTS & THEIR MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ATOM

    • Start 4.2 Notes: Structure of an Atom

      • Practice pages

      • HOMEWORK: 4.2 worksheet


    Chem agenda 10 21 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.21.11

    • HAPPY FRIDAY http://www.privatehand.com/flash/elements.html

    • JOURNAL 28Identify the number of protons, neutrons, & electrons in the following atoms: (GET OUT YOUR PT!)

      • Carbon

      • Hydrogen

      • Lithium

    • Finish 4.2 notes & REVIEW ATOMIC STRUCTURE: protons, neutrons, electrons, mass number & atomic number, isotopes

      • Lab: “Candy” Atoms TURN in TODAY

      • VIDEO

    • HOMEWORK: 4.2 worksheet


    Chem agenda 10 24 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.24.11

    • QUIZ OVER CHAPTER FOUR WEDNESDAY!!!

    • JOURNAL #29

      • An atom with the atomic number 4 has a mass of 9. How many protons, neutrons, and electrons does it have?

      • What do we call 2 atoms with the same number of protons, but different number of neutrons?

    • Please hand in homework: 4.2 worksheet

    • CLICKER QUIZ!

    • VIDEO ON ELEMENTS --get out piece of paper…

    • 4.3 NOTES: MODERN ATOMIC THEORY

      • OBJ: Describe the location & movement of an electron in an atom


    Chem agenda 10 25 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.25.11

    • QUIZ OVER CHAPTER FOUR TOMORROW!!!

    • JOURNAL 30 (good quiz review)

      • Which subatomic particle is unique for any given element?

      • What is the difference between an atom in the ground state and an atom in the excited state? (HINT: LOOK IN section 4.3)

      • Light from fireworks is caused by electrons moving from where to where??? (HINT: LOOK IN section 4.3)

    • Finish 4.3 NOTES: MODERN ATOMIC THEORY

      • Describe the location & movement of an electron in an atom

    • Bohr Model Drawings—to be done in class!

    • START LAB: Modeling the Location of an Electron

    • HOMEWORK: 4.3 worksheet


    Chem agenda 10 26 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.26.11

    • Journal 31

      • List each subatomic particle’s size, charge, & location.

      • How many neutrons does potassium have?

    • Please hand in 4.3 worksheet

    • UPDATED GRADES!

    • Review Atomic Structure:

      • CLICKER QUIZ

      • PT BASICS ACTIVITY: just fill in cards! We will work on these more next chapter….

    • Modeling the Location of an Electron Lab

    • …Chapter 4 QUIZ! 


    Chem agenda 10 27 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.27.11

    • JOURNAL 32 Periodic Punnies 

      • This man followed the yellow brick road

      • What a dog does with a bone

      • A sinking ship

    • Quick Review: Bohr Model Drawings

    • Chapter 4 QUIZ!

      • I AM FINALLY COLLECTING JOURNALS #20-32! HAVE THEM OUT, PLEASE!

    • Finish Electron Cloud Model Lab

    • Start Ch 5: Modern Periodic Table 

      • Pic-Tac-Toe: Practice looking for trends 

      • HOMEWORK: 5.1 WORKSHEET


    Chem agenda 10 28 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 10.28.11

    • JOURNAL 33

      • How is the modern periodic table arranged?

      • What are some common properties used to group elements on the periodic table together?

    • PLEASE HAND IN HOMEWORK: 5.1 WORKSHEET

    • Start Ch 5: Modern Periodic Table 

      • Pic-Tac-Toe: Practice looking for trends

      • Notes: 5.1 Mendeleev’s Table 

      • PRACTICE SHEET

      • Periodic Table & Atomic Structure Video

    • Go over Ch 4 Quiz: Atomic Structure…

    • HOMEWORK: 5.2 WORKSHEET


    Chem agenda 11 2 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.2.11

    • JOURNAL 34

      • How did Mendeleev arrange his periodic table?

      • What are 3 physical properties of a metal?

      • What are 3 physical properties of a nonmetal?

    • Please hand in signed grade sheets & 5.2 worksheet!

    • FINISH 5.2 Notes: Identify characteristics of the Modern Periodic Table

    • PRACTICE PAGES

    • Build Your Own Periodic Table

    • START building Family Tree…

    • BROCHURE

    • HOMEWORK: BROCHURE

    • VOLLEYBALLDISTRICTS AT HOMETONIGHT @ 6:00pm!!!


    Chem agenda 11 3 11

    • OBJECTIVE:

      • IDENTIFY ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES USING THE PT

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.3.11

    • JOURNAL 35

      • Name the 2nd element in the third period.

      • Define Periodic Law

    • QUICK: finish brochure from yesterday & hand in!

    • Start5.3 notes: Representative Groups

    • Classes of Elements Lab!

    • HOMEWORK: VALENCE CLUES worksheet

    REMINDER:

    • Friday is the end of the marking period!

    • Get in missing work ASAP!

    • I will NOT be accepting LATE work from the first marking period after FRIDAY


    Chem agenda 11 4 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.4.11

    • TEST OVER CH 5 NEXT THURSDAY-ish!

    • HAND IN HOMEWORK!

    • More 5.3 notes: Representative Groups

    • Add to Family Trees…

    • Classes of Elements Lab!

    • REPRESENTATIVE GROUPS Video?

    • HOMEWORK: 5.3 worksheet

    • REMINDER: Next week, I will NO LONGER be accepting late work from the 1st marking period!

    • Any last minute papers???

    JOURNAL 36

    • Plot the points found in the data table below in a line graph. Be sure to include all appropriate parts!

    • Which variable is the manipulated variable?

    • Which is the responding?

      TITLE: Plant Growth Over Time

      Height (cm) Time (days)

      5 1

      10 2

      15 3

      20 4


    Chem agenda 11 7 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.7.11

    • JOURNAL 37List one element from the following groups and a property of that element (use the colors on your PT for clues…)

      • Alkaline Earth Metals

      • Carbon Family

    • Go over grades & ch 4 quizzes

    • More 5.3 notes & Practice pages: Representative Groups

    • Classes of Elements Lab!

    • HOMEWORK: 5.3 worksheet

    • TEST OVER CH. 5 THURSDAY-ish! 

      OBJECTIVE:

      • IDENTIFY ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES USING THE PT


    Chem agenda 11 8 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.8.11

    • PLEASE HAND IN 5.3 worksheet

      • Journal 38Identify the following elements using these clues:

        • I have 4 valence electrons and am used in computer chips

        • I am a liquid with 7 valence electrons

        • I am a transition metal with 29 protons used in coins

    • Computer Lab—get information to finish trees!

      • Back to room: Add leaves…

    • Finish Periodic Table Basics (cards)

      • Get out the sheets of cards we started in chapter four…

      • Use direction sheet! Cut out & paste onto long paper. Answer questions on back!

    • In your groups, start working on next “Family” activity:

      • Children’s book, or

      • Song, or

      • Short “family” movie


    Chem agenda 11 9 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.9.11

    • JOURNAL 39

      • Compare the sizes of the three subatomic particles.

      • Draw the Bohr Model for lithium

      • Differentiate solution, suspension, & colloid (this will be on the test…)

    • USING CLUES LAB!

      • Work with your Family Tree groups!

      • PRIZE FOR 1ST PLACE! YUMMY…

    • When finished:

      • Periodic Table Activity—omit step #3!

    • HOMEWORK: Families of Elements worksheet

    • OBJECTIVE:

      • IDENTIFY ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES USING THE PT


    Chem agenda 11 10 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.10.11

    • JOURNAL 40

      • How is each individual atom unique?

      • Describe, in your OWN words, an isotope.

      • List, in order of groups 1-8A, the Representative Families

    • Catch up!

    • Practice sheets…

    • Start/FinishUsing Clues… lab

    • Test over ch 5 moved to next Wednesday!

    • OBJECTIVE:

      • IDENTIFY ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES USING THE Periodic Table


    Chem agenda 11 11 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.11.11

    • JOURNAL 41

      • For EACH of the 8 groups, identify the following:

        • one element,

        • # valence electrons,

        • a physical and a chemical property!

    • Finish Using Clues lab…

    • Metal, Nonmetal, Metalloid Lab

    • CLICKER QUIZ!

    • Review for Ch 5 Test! 

      • Video review

    • TEST WEDNESDAY OVER CHAPTER 5 

      • STUDY HARD OVER THE WEEKEND & OPENING DAY !!!

    • OBJECTIVE:

      • IDENTIFY ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES USING THE Periodic Table


    Chem agenda 11 14 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.14.11

    • JOURNAL 42 Review the scientists who contributed to the Atomic Theory. Briefly describe what each one did. (This will be on your test!)

      • Democritus

      • Dalton

      • Thomson

      • Rutherford

      • Bohr

    • Finish Metal, Nonmetal, Metalloid Lab

    • CLICKER QUIZ!

    • Review for Ch 5 Test! 

      • Interview A Family…

      • Family Tree Extension Activity

    • TEST THURSDAY OVER CHAPTER 5 

      • STUDY HARD OVER OPENING DAY!!!

    • HOMEWORK: Families of Elements worksheet

    • OBJECTIVE:

      • IDENTIFY ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES USING THE Periodic Table


    Chem agenda 11 16 11

    CHEM AGENDA 11.16.11

    • PLEASE HAND IN FAMILIES OF ELEMENTS WORKSHEET!

    • JOURNAL 43

      • How many periods on the periodic table?

      • What information did Mendeleev have when he organized his periodic table?

      • What will you do tonight to prepare for tomorrow’s test???!!!

    • TEST TOMORROW OVER CH 4 & 5!!!

    • Video Review

    • Family Tree project—brainstorming time!

      • Children’s book, or

      • Song, or

      • Short “family” movie

    • Clicker Quiz—again.

    • Practice Test 

    • OBJECTIVE:

      • IDENTIFY ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES USING THE Periodic Table


    Chem agenda 11 17 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.17.11

    • Ch 4-5 TEST DAY!!! I hope you’re ready!

    • Quickly go over practice test…

    • Have on your desk the following:

      • Pencil

      • Periodic table—no notes written on it!!! I will check them for extra info…

      • Blank piece of notebook paper (for the short answer questions)

    • AFTER THE TEST:

      • Grab a 6.1 worksheet and work silently on it.

      • HOMEWORK: 6.1 WORKSHEET


    Chem agenda 11 18 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.18.11

    • Please hand in 6.1 worksheet!

    • JOURNAL 44

      • How many valence electrons makes a stable atom?

      • Do most nonmetals have to gain or lose electrons to become stable?

      • Do most metals have to gain or lose electrons to become stable?

    • 6.1 Ionic Bonding notes

      • Video clips…

      • Practice Ionic bond drawings

      • Tweets…

      • Go over tests & Look at grades… DON’T GET BEHIND ALREADY!!!

      • HOMEWORK: Ionic bonding worksheet

    Objectives:

    -Predict if bonding between two atoms of different elements will be ionic or covalent

    -Predict the formula for binary compounds of main group elements

    -Name simple binary compounds using their formulae

    -Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds


    Chem agenda 11 21 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.21.11

    • JOURNAL 45

      • Draw the Lewis Structures for Mg and S

      • What charge will the following atoms become when they fill their outer shell?

        • Calcium

        • Fluorine

        • Aluminum

      • Define Cation.

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftw7a5ccubs&feature=related

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YsFtCgxHJ0&feature=related

    • Review Ionic Bonds

      • Finish 6.1 notes

      • Practice drawings!!!

    • Introduce Covalent Bonding

      • Start 6.2 notes

      • Practice drawings!!!

    • HOMEWORK: Drawing CovalentBonds worksheet & 6.2 worksheet

    Objectives:

    -Predict if bonding between two atoms of different elements will be ionic or covalent

    -Predict the formula for binary compounds of main group elements

    -Name simple binary compounds using their formulae

    -Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds


    Chem agenda 11 22 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.22.11

    • JOURNAL 46

      • DRAW the ionic bond between sodium and sulfur.

        • Be sure to draw arrows showing electron movement & charges resulting from electrons moving!

        • What is the name of this compound?

      • EVEN SO, I’M THANKFUL FOR… (3 things!)

        • Example: Even though I got the last parking spot in the lot, I am thankful that I am able to walk into the store.

    • Finish covalent bonding notes—NAMING!

      • Partner practice

    • CLICKER QUIZ! 

    • HOMEWORK:Covalent Formulas PRACTICE WORKSHEET & Ionic Compounds naming worksheet

    Objectives:

    -Predict if bonding between two atoms of different elements will be ionic or covalent

    -Predict the formula for binary compounds of main group elements

    -Name simple binary compounds using their formulae

    -Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds


    Chem agenda 11 29 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.29.11

    • WELCOME BACK 

    • TEST OVER CH 6 FRIDAY!!!

    • JOURNAL 47

      • Write Ionic or Covalent next to the following compounds:

        • Carbon dioxide

        • Sodium bromide

        • Potassium oxide

        • Water

    • Activity: Bonding with a Classmate

    • Practice drawing Ionic & Covalent compounds!

    • Pre-Lab: Comparing Ionic & Molecular Compounds

    Objectives:

    -Predict if bonding between two atoms of different elements will be ionic or covalent

    -Predict the formula for binary compounds of main group elements

    -Name simple binary compounds using their formulae

    -Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds


    Chem agenda 11 30 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 11.30.11

    • JOURNAL 48

      • You have two substances made of only copper and oxygen. One is red, one is white, along with varying other properties. Are they the same compound?

      • How could you show they are different compounds with their names?

    • Finish Chapter 6 notes: Metallic Bonding

      • 6.3 worksheet

    • Start review for Ch 6 test

      • Naming worksheet

      • Drawing Bonds

    • Video: THE ELEMENTS…

    • GRADINGJournals #33-49 FRIDAY!

    • TEST OVER CH 6 FRIDAY!!!

    • HOMEWORK: 6.3 & 6.4 worksheets!

    Objectives:

    -Predict if bonding between two atoms of different elements will be ionic or covalent

    -Predict the formula for binary compounds of main group elements

    -Name simple binary compounds using their formulae

    -Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds


    Chem agenda 12 1 11

    CHEM AGENDA: 12.1.11

    • JOURNAL 49 What is wrong with the following names? Write the correct name.

      • Potassium sulfur

      • Copper oxide

      • Oxide potassium

    • draw the following bonds:

      • H20

      • CaCl2

    • Please hand in Naming worksheet

    • PRACTICE TEST

    • Review: book problems, BINGO, practice sheets…

    • Work on test day surprise…

    • TEST OVER CH 6 FRIDAY!!!

    Objectives:

    -Predict if bonding between two atoms of different elements will be ionic or covalent

    -Predict the formula for binary compounds of main group elements

    -Name simple binary compounds using their formulae

    -Given the name, write the formula of simple binary compounds


  • Login