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Chemistry agendas fall 2010

Chemistry AgendasFall 2010


Chemistry agenda w 10 26

Chemistry Agenda – W 10/26

  • New Unit: Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

  • SC1 Students will analyze the nature of matter and its classifications. c. Predict formulas for stable ionic compounds (binary and tertiary) based on balance of charges.d. Use IUPAC nomenclature for both chemical names and formulas:

    • Ionic compounds (Binary and tertiary)

    • Covalent compounds (Binary and tertiary)

    • Acidic compounds (Binary and tertiary)

  • SC2 Students will relate how the Law of Conservation of Matter is used to determine chemical composition in compounds and chemical reactions.

  • a. Identify and balance the following types of chemical equations:

    • Synthesis

    • Decomposition

    • Single Replacement

    • Double Replacement

    • Combustion

  • HW: complete writing eq’sws

  • BRING TEXT BOOK TOMORROW


Chemistry agenda m 10 25

Chemistry Agenda – M 10/25

Heads – up! Test tomorrow on organic chemistry

Stamp and review HW

HW: Complete Review Sheet

Packet due tomorrow:

Ionic and Covalent bonding review sheet

Ch 20.1 Vocab

Book work p. 713, 714, 717

Alkanes 25-4 ws (double-sided)

Organic Practice Problems

Organic Chemistry Review Sheet


Chemistry agenda f 10 22

Chemistry Agenda – F 10/22

Stamp and review alkanesws

Alkenes and alkynes

HW:

Hydrocarbons ws


Chemistry agenda th 10 21

Chemistry Agenda – Th 10/21

  • Review alkanes HW

  • Alkanes practice:

    • WS


Chemistry agenda w 10 20

Chemistry Agenda – W 10/20

  • New Unit: Organic Compounds

  • Stamp HW

  • Note-taking

    HW:

    • Text p. 713 Practice Problems (answers in green section in back)

    • Text p. 714 Practice problem

    • Text p. 717 #8 a-d (watch out for bending carbon chains!)


Chemistry agenda m 10 18

Chemistry Agenda – M 10/18

Turn in article abstract (include article stapled to back)

Final prep bonding presentation (10 min.)

Bonding presentations

Review sheet: due tomorrow

Ionic and Covalent bonding re-test tomorrow.


Chemistry agenda f 10 15

Chemistry Agenda – F 10/15

Multiple choice test returns

Bonding activity

Abstract article now due Monday 

Tuesday: retest – naming and writing ionic and covalent compound formulas ONLY


Chemistry agenda t 10 12

Chemistry Agenda – T 10/12

Packet TOC:

  • Evolution of Matter video notes (1/2 sheet)

  • Relative Abundance of Isotopes ws

  • Mixed Ionic/Covalent Compound Naming ws

  • Binary Covalent Compound Naming ws

  • Lots of Ionic Naming Practice Problems ws

  • Naming Ionic Compounds (1/2 sheet)

  • Chemical Formula Writing ws

  • Forming and Naming Binary Ionic Compounds


Chemistry agenda th 10 7

Chemistry Agenda – Th 10/7

Change of plans: lab tomorrow

Today:

notes on ionic and covalent bonding

Work on naming and mixed naming practice ws – now due Monday.

Test Tuesday: Naming of ionic and covalent compounds


Chemistry agenda w 10 6

Chemistry Agenda – W 10/6

  • Quiz returns

  • Review electron configuration test

  • Assign abstract article reading/report

  • Covalent compounds – naming:

    • text pp. 103-104

      HW:

  • Pre-lab for Exploring Halides – due tomorrow

  • complete covalent naming ws & ionic ws – due Friday

  • Article abstract – due next Friday

    Reminder:

    Formal lab tomorrow. Wear close-toed shoes


Chemistry agenda t 10 5

Chemistry Agenda – T 10/5

Review HW

Ionic compounds naming quiz

Review electron configuration test


Ionic compounds quiz answers

Ionic compounds quiz answers

2+

1+

3+

2+

4+

6+

3-

1-

1-

3-

3-

3-

1-

2-

2-


Ionic compounds quiz answers1

Ionic compounds quiz answers

16. The ones with variable/multiple charges.

Or

Transition metals plus lead and tin.

17. silver, cadmium and zinc

18. Lead (Pb) and tin (Sn)


Ionic compounds quiz answers2

Ionic compounds quiz answers

1

1

4

8


Ionic compounds quiz answers3

Ionic compounds quiz answers

gallium arsenide

zinc chloride

copper(I) sulfide

iron(III) phosphate

sodium fluoride

beryllium hydroxide

manganese(III) sulfate

ammonium chloride


Ionic compounds quiz answers4

Ionic compounds quiz answers

KF

AlPO4

Pb(NO2)2

V2S5

AgBr

LiI

Fe2(SO4)3

Sn3N2


Chemistry agenda m 10 4

Chemistry Agenda – M 10/4

Review naming ws

More naming review and practice

Tomorrow’s test changed to “big quiz”


Answers to ionic compounds practice w s

Answers to Ionic Compounds Practice w.s.

ammonium chloride

iron (III) sulfate

titanium(III) bromide

copper(I) phosphide

tin(IV) selenide

Cr(PO4)2

V(CO3)2

Sn3N2

Co2O3

Ti(C2H3O2)2

galium arsenide

lead(IV) sulfate

beryllium hydroxide

manganese(VI) sulfate

aluminum nitrate

V2S5

Cr(OH)3

LiI

Pb(NO3)2

AgBr


Chemistry agenda t 9 28

Chemistry Agenda – T 9/28

Turn in packet TOC:

Electron configuration practice ws

Periodic table with electron configurations on back

Lewis Dot structures for elements 11 – 36

p. 392 # 9 & 10

P. 370 #4 – 6

Test


Chemistry agenda m 9 27

Chemistry Agenda – M 9/27

Test tomorrow: electron configuration and energy: Ch 11

Returns/ put packet together

Test review

Packet due tomorrow. TOC:

Electron configuration practice ws

Periodic table with electron configurations on back

Lewis Dot structures for elements 11 – 36

p. 392 # 9 & 10

P. 370 #4 - 6


Chemistry agenda th 9 16

Chemistry Agenda – Th 9/16

  • Stamp and review Electron Configuration Practice ws

  • valence shells & Lewis Dot Structures

  • Electron Energy and Light emission

    HW:

  • Draw Lewis Dot structures for elements 11 – 18, 19 – 36

  • Text p. 392 # 9 & 10

    Reminders:

    • Element quiz tomorrow – 43 elements

    • Lab tomorrow –

    • wear close-toed shoes

    • bring “teal” lab manual


Chemistry agenda w 9 15

Chemistry Agenda – W 9/15

stamp & review HW

Review electron configuration rules

More electron configuration practice

Last elements quiz Friday – all 43


Answers to back of electron configuration ws

Answers to back of electron configuration ws

11)sulfur

12) rubidium

13) antimony

14) osmium

15)

16) not valid b/c skips 3d orbitals

17) not valid b/c no such thing as 3s3

18)

19) valid – iodine

20) valid - xenon

2) Fe 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d6

3) Br 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d10 4p5

4) Ba 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d10 4p6 5s2 4d10 5p6 6s2

6) Co: [Ar] 4s2 3d7

7) Ag: [Kr] 5s2 4d9

8) Te: [Kr] 5s2 4d10 5p4


Chemistry agenda t 9 14

Chemistry Agenda – T 9/14

Stamp HW

Electron configuration

HW: complete electron config. ws


Chemistry agenda m 9 13

Chemistry Agenda – M 9/13

Review of element creation

Intro of new unit

Note-taking

HW: p 370 #4 - 6


Chemistry agenda m 9 131

Chemistry Agenda – M 9/13

New unit: Electron Configuration

Essential Question: How are electrons arranged around the nucleus of atoms?

Text support: Ch 11

Test next Tuesday

Standards:

SC3 Students will use the modern atomic theory to explain the characteristics of atoms.

a. Discriminate between the relative size, charge, and position of protons, neutrons, and electrons in the atom.

b. Use the orbital configuration of neutral atoms to explain its effect on the atom’s chemical properties.f. Relate light emission and the movement of electrons to element identification.


Chemistry agenda th 9 9

Chemistry Agenda – Th 9/9

Test returns

Relative Abundance of Isotopes

Formation of elements

Next element quiz tomorrow

HW: Make a flow chart describing the formation of elements from box on p. 687


Chemistry agenda w 9 8

Chemistry Agenda – W 9/8

  • Turn in Packet:

    • Family Ties… (periodic table ½ sheet)

    • Colored periodic table

    • Who Am I?

    • Isotopes and ions: more practice

    • Parts of an Atom 4-part ws

    • Atomic structure notes

  • Test

  • Bring Text book tomorrow

  • Next element quiz: Friday


Chemistry agenda t 9 7

Chemistry Agenda – T 9/7

Stamp “Who Am I?”

Elements Quiz

Return & review isotopes and ions quiz

Test review

Reminder:

Test tomorrow: atomic structure & periodic table

Packet Due tomorrow:

Family Ties… (periodic table ½ sheet)

Colored periodic table

Who Am I?

Isotopes and ions: more practice

Parts of an Atom 4-part ws

Atomic structure notes


Chemistry agenda fri 9 3

Chemistry Agenda – Fri  9/3

Isotopes and Ions Quiz

Stamp periodic table and ½ sheet

Who am I? ws – both sides

Reminder:

First elements quiz Tuesday

Heads UP!

Test Wednesday: Atomic structure and periodic table labeling


Chemistry agenda th 9 2

Chemistry Agenda – Th 9/2

Periodic table activity – including fill in blank Q’s on back of instruction sheet.

“Isotopes and Ions - more practice”

HW:

complete above if not done in class

Quiz tomorrow on isotopes and ions calcs.


Chemistry agenda wed 9 1

Chemistry Agenda – Wed 9/1

Rvw atomic structure HW

Start periodic table activity

Reminders:

First element quiz Tuesday


Chemistry agenda tues 8 31

Chemistry Agenda – Tues 8/31

Current Event Quiz

Review HW

Atomic structure notes

HW:

complete atomic structure ws

Complete Elements exercises (given Friday)

First element quiz Tuesday


Chemistry agenda friday 8 27

Chemistry Agenda – Friday 8/27

  • Turn in packet

    • Vocab from ch 2.1

    • 3-part ws

    • Book work from pp 45-47

    • Book work from p. 43

  • Turn in lab 4

  • Test

  • After test: work on Lab 8 write-up


Chemistry agenda thurs 8 26

Chemistry Agenda – Thurs. 8/26

  • Stamp and review book work pp 45-47

  • Review classification of matter ws (3-part)

  • Rvw Separation of Mixtures lab 8 calcs. and report

  • Lab: take final mass readings for Lab 8

    HW:

  • Test tomorrow: Classification of matter (Ch 2)

  • Informal lab from Exp. 4 due tomorrow

  • Turn in Classification of Matter work packet tomorrow:

    • Vocab from ch 2.1

    • 3-part ws

    • Book work from pp 45-47

    • Book work from p. 43

  • Formal lab report for Exp. 8 due Monday

  • Current event quiz Tuesday


Calculations for experiment 8

Calculations for Experiment 8

  • You have initial total mass of mixture

  • % mass of each part = mass of part x 100

    initial mass of whole

    True composition of mixture:

    10% gravel

    40% salt

    50% sand

  • Experimental Sources of Error (ESOE’s) should:

    • Be in a separate section

    • Explain why you got too much or too little of each part.

    • Be written in passive voice


Chemistry agenda tues 8 24

Chemistry Agenda – Tues 8/24

  • Stamp and Peer Review classification of matter WS

  • Text p. 47 # 1-10

  • Text p. 45-46, # 3, 5, 6, 10, 13, 16, 20, 22

  • Bunsen burner practice

  • Prelab 4 quiz. (at end of period)

    Reminders:

    • Bring both lab manuals to class tomorrow.

    • Don’t forget close-toed shoes and hair ties.

    • Test Ch 2, classification of matter - Friday

    • Read current event articles.


Chemistry agenda mon 8 23

Chemistry Agenda – Mon 8/23

Lab report will be due the day after we mass the dried salt solution and sand (Wednesday)

(2.2) Physical and Chemical properties of matter – note taking

Return, go over and complete classification activity.

HW:

WS: mixtures and properties – due tomorrow

Labs 4 on Wednesday – read thoroughly: pre-lab quiz tomorrow

Read current event articles posted on blog 8/18 – quiz next Tuesday.


Chemistry agenda thurs 8 19

Chemistry Agenda – Thurs 8/19

ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE SIGNED LAB SAFETY CONTRACT BY FRIDAY. No contract? No lab.

(See my blog to download another copy.)

Review Experiment 8 pre-lab & procedures

Extensive vs. Intensive properties.

Classification activity

HW:

Complete exp. 8 prelab.

Read current event articles posted on blog 8/18 – quiz Tuesday.

**Don’t forget close-toed shoes and a pen for tomorrow.


Chemistry agenda wed 8 18

Chemistry Agenda – Wed 8/18

  • Stamp and review homework on mixtures

  • Assign Current Event article reading – quiz next week (probably Tuesday)

  • Formal lab report instruction and activity

    HW: Experiment 8 prelabdue Friday for formal lab. (On notebook paper)

    • Includes Title, Skill Objectives, Purpose, Procedures and empty Data Table

      Note: Ch 2 test next Friday


Chemistry agenda tues 8 17

Chemistry Agenda – Tues 8/17

Review quiz

Full or Empty? Lab

Notes on Mixtures Ch 2.3

HW:

Review notes.

Read Ch 2.3

Do Rvw Q’s p 43


Chemistry agenda mon 8 16

Chemistry Agenda – Mon 8/16

  • Returns

  • Notes on Matter

  • Reminders:

    • Still need syllabus and lab safety from some

    • Grades are up in Pinnacle

  • HW:

  • Review notes & reread Ch 2.1

  • Bring a clean, empty drink bottle with lid.


Chemistry agenda fri 8 13

Chemistry Agenda – Fri 8/13

  • Turn in lab from yesterday

  • Turn in Work Packet

    • Scientific Method Controls and Variables - Part 1

    • Scientific Method Vocabulary

    • My Chemistry Textbook

  • Review Penny Drop lab

  • Test

  • Do vocabulary for and read Ch 2.1


Chemistry agenda thurs 8 12

Chemistry Agenda – Thurs. 8/12

  • Prelab quiz/stamp HW

  • Review terms and ch 1

  • Lab: Experiment 2

  • Turn in all stamped HW at test time tomorrow.

  • HW: complete lab Q’s, if not done in class.

    Reminders:

  • Test Friday: equipment, safety, sci. method & Ch 1

  • Turn in Lab Safety contract & Syllabus


Chemistry agenda wed 8 11

Chemistry Agenda – Wed. 8/11

  • Turn in Penny Drops Lab

  • Get Text books

  • Review equipment & safety quiz

  • Safety demo: Holey Socks!

  • CW/HW:

    • Complete textbook scavenger hunt & vocab

    • Read Experiment 2 carefully and do prelab assignment

      • (you may omit candle observations)

        Reminders:

  • Bring BOTH Lab manuals tomorrow

  • Wear proper lab attire

  • Test Friday: equipment, safety, sci. method & Ch 1


Chemistry agenda tues 8 10

Chemistry Agenda – Tues. 8/10

Lab Equipment & Safety Quiz

Check and review sci. method & vocab w/s’s

Drops on a Penny Lab

HW: Complete lab sheet – due tomorrow

Note: We will get textbooks tomorrow


Chemistry agenda mon 8 9

Chemistry Agenda – Mon. 8/9

Turn in signed syllabus and lab safety contract

Review lab equipment HW

Scientific Method power point

HW:

complete scientific method vocab & ws’s

Study for lab safety and equipment quiz tomorrow


Chemistry agenda fri august 6

Chemistry Agenda – Fri., August 6

2nd period: Get Lab Manuals

Lab Safety Video and discussion

Lab Equipment

Safety and Equipment Quiz Tuesday

HW:

complete lab equipment sheet

Get lab safety contract signed

Get syllabus signed (posted on blog)


Chemistry agenda thurs august 5

Chemistry Agenda – Thurs., August 5

Welcome!

Intros

Check transcripts & schedules

Lab Manuals (add name)

Complete student info sheet

Name Game


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