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8/12/2013 Standards: Std 6 COPY EVERYTHING YOU SEE HERE Objectives: ● Learn class rules (USE GOOD JUDGEMENT) and what whiteboard means. ● Reminder 101 ● Become familiar with class website using laptops ● Be able to calculate density using GRIDS (aka series of fractions) (this is a maybe) DO NOW: a. Write name on 1” x 1” seating chart card b. Copy this entire whiteboard configuration - Daily In-Class Assignment c. First Day Computer Assignment - CW (1/2 sheet handout) - (3 pts) Homework: 1.P. 29 (On-Line Textbook) Read Ch 2.1 p. 25-29, then do PP's 1-3. Copy questions and show your calculations using fractions or grids. (3 pts) 2. Print Density Problem - Calculation with Grids - Assignment 1, for tomorrow's lesson. Do not work the problems on this sheet tonight. (1 pts) 3.Purchase a 3-ring, 2" or larger, binder for this class for tomorrow. It must have 15 dividers. The first notebook grading will be Friday next week. (1 pts) (see me before the end of class if this is a financial hardship or you have some other issue) 4. First quiz tomorrow, based on what you learned in class and your homework.
Reminder 101 - follow these directions: 1. Get out your cell phone and go to your Text App 2. Enter this text phone # 469 713 1265 3. Text this message: @mrwigge
1 Read: At the store tonight You will need to get a 3-ring binder, preferably a D-ring-style. It should be 2-3”. You will also need a calculator. The calculator needs to be capable of doing squares & sqare roots. Most office supply stores sell them for about $10, or you can purchase from me for $10. Make a 2nd copy of this handout, and cut off the bottom section below and paste it on the inside of the front cover of your notebook for reference throughout the year. Question: Is there any reason why you cannot complete this part of tonight's assignment? If so, see me before end of class. Yes No
To get Chemistry - First day’s assignment Fall 2013 go to: www.MrWiggerSci.com/chem and click 8/29 on the calendar in the top right of the home page. The link for our on-line textbook is easier to click than to enter.
8/12/2013 Standards: 6 Objectives: ● Develop skill with density calcs USING Responders ● How classroom should look when you leave. ● How to turn in homework. DO NOW: a. Convert using grids 2.5 g / L into kg / L b. Convert using grids 4,320 mL into L c. Convert using grids 526 mg into g and then into kg Homework: 1. Density Calculations with Grids - Assignment 1 - work all problems as explained (5 pts) 2. Print All 4 papers (note printer icon and Acrobat icon that follows it, are the same for the first 3). All belong in stamp section behind stamp sheet. They belong in the same order the links are in. (Mr. Wigger will demonstrate) ============================================================ See following slide - - - Important ratioes
DO NOW: a. Convert using grids 2.5 g / L into kg / L b. Convert using grids 4,320 mL into L c. Convert using grids 526 mg into g and then into kg
STAMPING 1.Journal 8/20 (1 pt) 2. P. 29 (On-Line Textbook) Read Ch 2.1 p. 25-29, then do PP's 1-3. Copy questions and show your calculations using fractions or grids. (3 pts) Std 6 3. Print of "Density Problem - Calculation with Grids - Assignment 1" (1 pt) Std 6 4. Stamp: Purchase a 3-ring, 2" or larger, binder for this class for tomorrow. It must have 15 dividers (1 pt) Today's Stamp Total = 5 pts Declaration - You state the following on the HW you turn in to the basket: 1. If you did everything (see above) - Your statement is "I did it all" 2. If you didn't "do it all", state: how many points your deserve
Tutoring Available 1. There will be free tutoring before & after school, as well as at lunch starting soon. You will be notified when. 2. I will be available for tutoring daily at lunch, but you must make an appointment for any day you would like to have tutoring. 3. The day before any quiz or test, I will be available for either review and/or tutoring at lunch.
Pick up papers on side counter of room DO NOT SEPARATE YOU PACKET YET
8/14/2013 Standards: 6 Objectives: ● Be able to organize Notebook ● Develop more skill with density calcs and learn to use Responders ● Be able to recognize and use scientific notation with + - x and ÷ ● Be able to convert temp in Celsius (Centigrade) <---> Kelvin DO NOW: a. If you are given 5.55 g of Co, how many mL of Co will that represent? b. p. 30 # ‘s 6, 8 & 9 c. p. 32 #’s 14 c & g d. p. 33 #’s 15 c and 16 d Homework: 1. Sci. Not. & Dim. Analysis, p. 32-34 PP's 12 (all) & 13 (all) (4 pts) 2.Print Counting Sig Figs the Easy Way - and review what we did in class today (1 pts) 3. Notebooks will be collected starting on Friday NEXT week 8/30 ================================================= See Next slide ● Work your
Declaration - You state the following on the HW you turn in to the basket: 1. If you did everything (see above) - Your statement is "I did it all" 2. If you didn't "do it all", state: what you didn't do
WHITE BASKET 1. Density Calculations with Grids - Assignment 1 - work all problems as explained. (4 pts) 2. Checking for notebooks and dividers (at your desk) BLACK TRAY PrintAll 4 papers (note printer icon and Acrobat are the same for the first 3). All belong in stamp section behind stamp sheet. They belong in the same order you see the links. (15 points for parent slips - due tomorrow) Today's stamp total = 5 pts
Tutoring Policy 1. Mr. Wigger available at lunch by appointment any day of the week. 2. Tutoring available without appointment the day before a quiz or test.
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This address will get you the notebook file I used in class today to show the information needed to solve these problems: www.mrwiggersci.com/chem/Smart-Board-Activities/Ch02-Densit-con-sci-not/Density-Part-II-Float-or-Sink.notebook
Here is a video of how to do the Density Calculations with Grids - Assignment 1 (click small blue circle to the lower left of the link) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPDhGfU0Gkw Here is a video of how to do: Add / Subtract numbers with a power of 10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eXC6s9X6Wc Here is a video of how to do: Multiply / Divide numbers with a power of 10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5BmoMDJLRY&feature=related
2 You have a 3-ring binder and 15 dividers Yes No
3 You did all of last night's homework True False
4 Answer? How many pages are in the pritout Course Requirements, if you don't count the signature page? use a 1-digit number for your answer
5 Find Given If A = 10 and B = 2 Figure the value of the ration of A : B using fractions.
6 Given Find A=10 B=2 What is the numeric value of the ratio of B : A
8/15/2013 Standards: 6 Objectives: ● Understnd density, sig. figs., temp conv. ● Be able to recognize and convert prefixes ● Be able to solve density problems where either vol. or mass is being calculated. DO NOW: We will do yesterdays' DO NOW Homework: 1.Print (HANDOUT) Density Problem Calculations w Grids - Assignment 2, AND work all problems AND show given, find, and calculations using grids. Note that Assignment 1 uses the same elements and their densities. (4 pts) 2.Print California State Standards for Chem. We will discuss the standards and how to work paste them into the notebook on Tuesday. (1 pts) 3. For students that desire to get an A or a B on the next quiz, go to " Learning Center" > Quiz/Test Reviews" and see what is available for you to study for Quiz 1.2 (Ch 2 & 3) ==============================================================
STAMPING 1. Journal 8/22 1a. Declaration 2. Sci. Notation & Dim. Analysis, p. 32-34 PP's 12 (all) & 13 (all) (4 pts) 3. Print Counting Sig Figs the Easy Way Remember - parent slips due tomorrow
How many sig. 7 figs.?
Scientific Notation one non-zero digit followed by a decimal and any number of significant digits times 10 to some power 3184633 third first second rounding rounding rounding ? 3.18 x 10 ? 3.185 x 10 ? 3.184633 x 10 Power of ten = # of digits minus 1
Adding or subtracting powers of 10 WHY? change to this so pwr of 10 same to remove pwr of 10, decimal 4 to the right to remove pwr of 10, decimal 3 to the right both #'s same