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  1. 10/29/12 No School - Teacher Training & Collaboration day

  2. 10/30/2012 Standards: 1 (Structure of the Atom) Objectives: ●How to get vids of Periodic Trends Lab (YouTube) ●Start Review for Quiz 2.2 (includesCh 6 & Ch 5) what will be on quiz, which includes Ch 6 Lecture Notes. ●Play "slap it" with vocab cards, 1st 11 only. DO NOW: 1. Write both complete and nobel gas electron configurations for these elements: In, P, and Ca HOMEWORK: 1. Ch 6 Assess, p. 174   56-70 (5 pts) Std 1 2. Vocab cards for 2nd 11 (12-22) (5 pts) Std 1 ======================================================= Journal 10/26 (2nd day Per Trends Lab) BASKET: 1. Help Sheet for Quiz 2.2 (Ch 6) - 1/2 of an 8.5x11" page, one side only. (5 pts) BLACK TRAY: 1. David Whizzy's Lab - if you have it today, or tomorrow if you don't have it (actually was due 10/24) (3 pts) Std 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS : 1. Per. Trends Lab due tomorrow (20 pts), Wed 10/31 2. Quiz 2.2 (Ch 6.1 – 6.3 and Ch 5.3) coming Th 11/1 (60 pts) Std 1 3. 5 pt responder quiz on SMART BOARD tomorrow 10/31. Includes Ch 6 & Ch 5.3 (5 pts)

  3. Use Periodic-Trends.notebook file: for help review how to figure trends on the chart

  4. 1 Which of the following is the correct element for each question that follows? E Hg - mercury A As - arsenic F U - uranium B Na - sodium C Mg - magnesium G Br - bromine D Ar - argon H Ce - cerium 1. Alkali metal element? 2. Noble gas element? 3. Transition metal element? 4. Alkaline earth element? 5. Halogen element? 6. Actinide element? 7. Lanthanide element? 8. Metalloid element? 9. Liquid Non-metal element? 10. Liquid Metal element?

  5. 10/31/2012 Standards: 1 Objectives: ● Improve student scores on Quiz 2.2 (Ch 6.1-6.3 and Ch 5.3) using SMART response (clickers) Periodic Table clicker quiz for 5 pts ● "Slap it" with 2nd 11 vocabs DO NOW: 1. Tell what significant contribution to the periodic table each of these men made: Lavoisier (p. 151), Newlands, Meyer, Mendeleev, Moseley (for the last 4, see p. 152-153) HOMEWORK: 1. Mr. Wigger's On-Line Practice Quiz answer even questions. Explain why that page# has something to show why your answer is correct. (15 questions, evens only) – turn in tomorrow (10 pts) ======================================================= Journal 10/30 BASKET: Ch 6 Assess, p. 174   56-70 (5 pts) Std 1 BLACK TRAY: Periodic Trends Lab w all data and questions answered. Staple group together. (20 points) NO GROUP # = ZERO POINTS AT YOUR DESK: Vocab. cards for 2nd 11 cards. (5 pts) RESPONDERS

  6. Today's Practice Quiz on Ch 6 5 pts on responders Get out How Electrons fill Orbitals and their Sublevels (Periodic Chart) Get out Help Sheet to use during quiz Take notes on questions if you finish a questions early

  7. Use ThePeriodicTableSenteoUS-10-q-quiz.notebook file located in Smart-Board-Activities for 5 pts practice quiz for Quiz 2.2

  8. 11/1/2012 Standards: 1 - (atomic & molecular structure) Objectives: ● Check for understanding using Quiz 2.2 covering Ch 5.3, 6.1-6.3 & density ● Intro to Ch 8 using ChemThink.com Tutorial DO NOW: 1. Clear desk & floor, except for pencil, eraser, help sheet, calculator, scantron HOMEWORK: 1. Print   Ions & Acids to Memorize - make 5 vocab. card dec for 1st 5 to be on first Ions & Acids to Mem. Quiz 1 (2pts) Std: 1 2. Ch 8.1 Assess p. 214 1-5 (see HW page for help on #5) (3 pts) Std1 3. ChemThink.com - Ch 8 - Ionic Bonding (Tutorial & Questions) - not due until Tu 11/6 at 12:00 midnight (3 pts) & Questions (7 pts)========================================================= BASKET: Mr. Wigger's On-Line Practice Quiz (EVENS ONLY) (10 pts)

  9. This ANSWER WAS WRONG, the answer is definitely PROTONS!

  10. 11/1/12

  11. Put papers into 5 stacks Help Sheets scratch The following in order with smallest # on top: quizzes scantron charts Spread so #'s show

  12. 11/2/2012 Standard: 2 – Chemical Bonds Objectives: ● Slap-it with first 5 ions to memorize ● Students will understand how an ion forms ● Students will understand relative size of ion compared to its neutral atom (different for + & - ion DO NOW: 1. Define these four terms: chemical bond, cation, anion, ionic bond 2. Describe shielding in respect to formation of ions. HOMEWORK: 1. Print Models of Ions - Cut & Paste - This lab is to be done at home tonight. We will discuss how to do in class. (5 pts) Std 2 2. Vocab cards for sulfate ion, carbonate ion, phosphate ion. (1 pt) 3. Print Zum - Formation of Ionic Cmpds from Ions Ch 8. Computer lab for Monday. (1 pt) Std 2 4. PRINT Electronegativity & Bond Types (1 pt) Std 2 ====================================================== Journal 10/31 (day before Quiz 2.2) BASKET: 1. Ch 8.1 Assess p. 214 1-5 (see HW page for help on #5) (3 pts) Std 2 AT YOUR DESK: 1. Card Deck - 1st 5 ions & Print of Ions & Acids to Memorize. (2 pts) Std 2

  13. From Wikipedia Each dot represents an element. (see similar chart on p. 167 of our text.)

  14. Relative size of ions to their atoms + ions are smaller than the atoms they were formed from - ions are larger than the atoms they were formed from

  15. p. 163

  16. p. 166