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  1. chemistry H.U.D. C:\ INIT 5/1/2014 BY DANIEL R. BARNES REM ITERATE DAILY SUBROUTINE FOR DAY = 1 to 183 DOBUISINESS(DATE,COURSE) NEXT DAY

  2. Welcome to Mr. Barnes’ classroom, C215. INSTRUCTIONS Put your schedule in the wire basket by the front sink. Sit at any table seat you want . . . for now . . . Get out a brand new sheet of paper. Put your name, period, and date in the upper right hand corner. Entitle the paper “Chemistry Warm-Ups” Stand by for further instructions.

  3. 8/20/2014 Wednesday SWBAT . . . . . . Describe what chemistry is and why it’s worth studying. HOMEWORK: Section 1.3: Read and take notes. Make vocab flash cards. WARM-UP: With the people at your table, compare and contrast chemistry with the other branches of science. GRADING PROGRESS: n/a Welcome back!

  4. 8/21/2014 Thursday SWBAT . . . . . . List and explain the steps in the scientific method HOMEWORK: Do last night’s Section 1.3 hw tonight if you didn’t have a book last night. WARM-UP: What is the difference between a manipulated variable and a responding variable? GRADING PROGRESS: n/a Welcome back!

  5. 8/22/2014 Friday SWBAT . . . . . . List and explain the steps in the scientific method HOMEWORK: do 1.3 (notes & flash cards) if you haven’t done it yet. WARM-UP: What is the difference between a hypothesis and a theory? GRADING PROGRESS: n/a Welcome back!

  6. 8/25/2014 Monday SWBAT . . . . . . List and explain the steps in the scientific method . . . Use SI units to measure real objects HOMEWORK: Section 3.2 read/notes + vocab flash cards HYPOTHESIS WARM-UP: What is publishing and why is it important? GRADING PROGRESS: n/a Welcome back!

  7. 8/26/2014 Tuesday SWBAT . . . . . . Use SI units to measure real objects HOMEWORK: nothing due tomrrow. WARM-UP: What are the meter, the liter, the kilogram, and the kelvin? GRADING PROGRESS: n/a Welcome back!

  8. Lab Floor Plan • Draw a floor plan of the science classroom, to scale, based on real measurements you and your partners make. • Include the following things in your drawing: • * Lab tables * Fume hood * Eyewash station • * Whiteboard * Fire Extinguisher * Teacher table • * Exits * Door to storage room • * Fire alarms * Emergency shower • Make a rough draft. Then, make a professional-quality final draft, preferably on graph paper. The rough draft may be very rough, but the final draft must be a work of art and must be as accurate as possible with regard to exact positions and sizes. • XCR/Honors “A”: convert all main measurements into mm, cm, m, in. ft, and yd. (width of room, depth of room, length of tables, etc.)

  9. 8/27/2014 Wednesday SWBAT . . . . . . Use SI units to measure real objects HOMEWORK: Floor Plan due tomorrow Stack your 3.2 reading notes on the end of your table. Make sure your paper has name, period, and date in the upper right hand corner, and the title (“3.2 Notes”) across the top line. WARM-UP: How many millimeters are there in a kilometer? How did you figure that out? GRADING PROGRESS: n/a Welcome back!

  10. 8/28/2014 Thursday SWBAT . . . . . . Use SI units to measure real objects. . . . Use Mr. Barnes’ web site. . . . Recognize unsafe lab behaviors. HOMEWORK: Study 1.3 & 3.2 for tomorrow’s quiz WARM-UP: What is the difference between mass and volume? GRADING PROGRESS: n/a Welcome back!

  11. 8/29/2014 Friday SWBAT . . . . . . Successfully demonstrate content mastery via summative assessment HOMEWORK: 4.1 read/notes + vocab flash cards WARM-UP: How do you convert Celsius to Kelvins? Kelvins to Celsius? GRADING PROGRESS: Floor Plan “Lab” = 20% graded Likely to return Tues 9/2

  12. Intro Unit Screen Questions Answer the following with complete sentences. You do not need to copy the questions. 1. Write an original, make-believe story about a scientist who discovers a law of nature by using the scientific method. Try to involve as many stages and processes as possible. Be creative. 2. Tell me the story of how the metric system was invented, including what country, during what part of history, the reason for making the system, and what the units are based on. 3. Pretend you have to draw a floor plan of a 14 m wide x 21 m long room on a piece of 4 squares/inch graph paper. You want 1” margins around the map. What should the scale of the floor plan be? Show your reasoning. Use both math and drawings if you can.

  13. 9/2/2014 Tuesday SWBAT . . . . . . Explain how charged objects interact with each other. HOMEWORK: 4.1 Sxn Assmt – check answers via hhscougars.org WARM-UP: Why are Dalton’s ideas about atoms considered “theory” rather than “law” or “hypothesis”? GRADING PROGRESS: Floor Plan “Lab” = 100% Intro Quiz = 0% - start soon

  14. 9/3/2014 Wednesday SWBAT . . . . . . Explain how objects interact with each other due to their electric charges. . . . Describe Dalton’s atomic theory. HOMEWORK: Finish the Static Electricity Lab. Due tomorrow! WARM-UP: Democritus said atoms are “indivisible”. Did Dalton agree with him? Do we agree with Democritus today? GRADING PROGRESS: Floor Plan “Lab” = 100% Intro Quiz = 10%

  15. 9/4/2014 Thursday SWBAT . . . . . . Explain how objects interact with each other due to their electric charges. . . . Use dimensional analysis to solve problems. HOMEWORK: 4.2 read/notes + vocab flash cards WARM-UP: What has to be true about an object for it to be neutral? How are neutral objects supposed to behave? GRADING PROGRESS: Intro Quiz SCR = 20%

  16. 9/5/2014 Friday SWBAT . . . . . . Describe how atomic theory has changed over time. HOMEWORK: none WARM-UP: What did J. J. Thomson discover? What about Ernest Rutherford? James Chadwick? GRADING PROGRESS: Intro Quiz SCR = 40%

  17. 9/8/2014 Monday SWBAT . . . . . . Describe how atomic theory has changed over time. . . . Describe in detail the pieces that atoms are made of. HOMEWORK: 4.2 Sxn Assmt CHECK ANSWERS! WARM-UP: Tell me at least three things about matter. GRADING PROGRESS: Intro Quiz SCR = 90%

  18. 9/9/2014 Tuesday SWBAT . . . . . . Determine atomic number, mass number, and electric charge based on particle counts in an atom. Also, vice versa of the above. HOMEWORK: Think about the atom rules activity. DO NOT read 4.3 yet. WARM-UP: What is the nucleus like and how do we know? GRADING PROGRESS: Intro Quiz SCR = 90% Static Lab = 0%

  19. 9/10/2014 Wednesday SWBAT . . . . . . Determine atomic number, mass number, and electric charge based on particle counts in an atom. Also, vice versa of the above. HOMEWORK: 4.3 read/notes + flash cards WARM-UP: What are the three main subatomic particles? What are the mass and charge of each? GRADING PROGRESS: Static Lab = 60%

  20. 9/11/2014 Thursday SWBAT . . . . . . Determine atomic number, mass number, and electric charge based on particle counts in an atom. Also, vice versa of the above. HOMEWORK: 4.3 Sxn Assmt Use my Student Vault page to CHECK ANSWERS! WARM-UP: What are the mathematical definitions of atomic #, mass #, and electric charge? GRADING PROGRESS: Static Lab = 100% : )

  21. 9/12/2014 Friday SWBAT . . . . . . Determine atomic number, mass number, and electric charge based on particle counts in an atom. Also, vice versa of the above. HOMEWORK: Study 1.3 & 4.all for Monday’s test. Play w/Atom ID ppt. HONORS: 5.1 all WARM-UP: What is the sequence of steps in the scientific method? Give at least one key fact about each step. GRADING PROGRESS: [nothing pending]

  22. Did you get it? The Scientific Method 1st step? Problem Hypothesis 2nd step? Experiment 3rd step? Theory ? Law ?

  23. Assigned 9/12/14 Due 9/15/14 HOMEWORK: Study 1.3 & 4.all for Monday’s test. Play w/Atom ID ppt. HONORS: Required: 5.1 all Strongly suggested: Play w/Atom Drawing ppt

  24. 9/15/2014 Monday SWBAT . . . . . . Exhibit mastery of chapter 4 HOMEWORK: 6.1 read/notes, vocab flash cards HONORS ONLY: Also do 5.2 all WARM-UP: Get out a piece of blank paper and entitle it “Chapter 4 Scratch” GRADING PROGRESS: Atom Rules Determination Activity = 100%

  25. 9/16/2014 Tuesday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. HOMEWORK: ALL: 6.1 sxn assmt HONORS: Also 5.3 all WARM-UP: What is the significance of the “staircase” on the periodic table I gave you? GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 20%

  26. 9/16/2014 Tuesday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. HOMEWORK: ALL: 6.1 sxn assmt HONORS: Also 5.3 all WARM-UP: What is the significance of the “staircase” on the periodic table I gave you? GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 20%

  27. 9/17/2014 Wednesday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. HOMEWORK: none WARM-UP: What is the name and nationality of the inventor of the periodic table? In what order did he arrange the elements? GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 20%

  28. 9/18/2014Thursday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. (H) . . . Explain how atoms and photons interact. HOMEWORK: none Just get caught up if behind. WARM-UP: Tell me all you can about the rows & columns on the periodic table. GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 39%

  29. 9/19/2014Friday SWBAT . . . . . . Use Quiz Show to prepare for tests. HOMEWORK: XCR: none, but try to install & play w/Quiz Show at home if you can. WARM-UP: Use hhscougars.org to send Mr. Barnes an e-mail describing the properties of metals. Include your name AND period in your e-mail. GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 45%

  30. 9/22/2014Monday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. (H) . . . Create and interpret electron configurations and orbital diagrams. HOMEWORK: (ALL) 6.2 read/notes + vocab flash cards (H) R4-R45 recommended WARM-UP: Where on the periodic table are the alkali metals? Why are they considered to be a family? GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 60%

  31. 9/23/2014Tuesday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. (H) . . . Create and interpret electron configurations and orbital diagrams. HOMEWORK: (ALL) 6.2 sxn assmt (H/XCR) R4-R45 recommended – look @ pix & read here and there WARM-UP: Which halogen do you expect to be the most metallic? Which one should be the least metallic? Why? GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 70%

  32. 9/25/2014Thursday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. (H) . . . Create and interpret electron configurations and orbital diagrams. HOMEWORK: (ALL) 6.3 read/notes + vocab flash cards WARM-UP: What element do you think should have properties similar to those of silicon? Why? GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 99%

  33. 9/16/2014 Tuesday SWBAT . . . Explain how the periodic table is structured. HOMEWORK: ALL: 6.1 sxn assmt HONORS: Also 5.3 all WARM-UP: What is the significance of the “staircase” on the periodic table I gave you? GRADING PROGRESS: Chapter 4 Scratch = 20%

  34. 9/26/2014Friday SWBAT . . . Describe and explain the graphs for atomic radius, ionization energy, electronegativity, and ion radius. HOMEWORK: NORMAL: none HONORS: click through Periodic Table Intro & Periodic Table Regions ppt’s. WARM-UP: Compare & contrast cations & anions. GRADING PROGRESS: HON: Chapter 5 Scratch = 17%

  35. 9/29/2014Monday SWBAT . . . Describe and explain the graphs for atomic radius, ionization energy, electronegativity, and ion radius. HOMEWORK: none tonight . . . WARM-UP: What is a picometer, and what kinds of things do you measure in picometers? GRADING PROGRESS: HON: Chapter 5 Scratch = 99%

  36. 9/30/2014Tuesday SWBAT . . . Describe and explain the graphs for atomic radius, ionization energy, electronegativity, and ion radius. HOMEWORK: Use webelements.com to finish atomic radius graph. Due tomorrow! WARM-UP: Describe the axes on a typical science graph, including the point where they meet. GRADING PROGRESS: HON: Chapter 5 Scratch = DONE

  37. 10/1/2014Wednesday SWBAT . . . Describe and explain the graphs for atomic radius, ionization energy, electronegativity, and ion radius. HOMEWORK: 6.3 SxnAssmt – Check answers! WARM-UP: What is the relationship between an element’s position on the periodic table and its atomic radius? GRADING PROGRESS: Nothing pending.

  38. 10/2/2014Thursday SWBAT . . . Describe and explain the graphs for atomic radius, ionization energy, electronegativity, and ion radius. HOMEWORK: Study for the ch 06 Exam! (Mostly ch 6 but also some ch 4 & 1.3) WARM-UP: What are the trends on the periodic table for ionization energy? GRADING PROGRESS: Atomic Radius Graph = 50% ?

  39. 10/3/2014Friday SWBAT . . . Demonstrate mastery of chapters 4 & 6 – plus the scientific method (1.3). HOMEWORK: take a night off. (Today is a big test!) WARM-UP: Take out a blank sheet of notebook paper and title it “Chapter 06 Scratch”. GRADING PROGRESS: Atomic Radius Graph = 75% ?

  40. Another reason to study EVERY NIGHT: Sometimes, typically on Fridays, a whole bunch of your teachers give tests on the same day.

  41. Chapter 06 Screen Questions Answer the following with complete sentences. You do not need to copy the questions. What do elements in the same family have in common? Give some examples. (HONORS HINT: For max points, you may need to consult the diagonal rule.) What is the relationship between atomic radius and first ionization energy? Why is this relationship what it is? 3. What is the relationship between position on the periodic table and ion radius? Why is it what it is? Administered 10/3/2014 by Daniel R. Barnes

  42. 10/6/2014Monday SWBAT . . . Demonstrate mastery of chapters 4 & 6 – plus the scientific method (1.3). HOMEWORK: 7.1 read/take notes + vocab flash cards WARM-UP: Title piece of paper “CSA Standard 1 Scratch” and stand by. GRADING PROGRESS: Ch 06 Scratch Paper = 20%

  43. Answer actually = A!!! Not yet covered! Not yet covered! Not yet covered! Not yet covered!

  44. 10/7/2014Tuesday SWBAT . . . Determine the preferred ionic charge of an element based on its position on the periodic table. HOMEWORK: 7.1 sxnassmt (normal ignore e-configq’s) WARM-UP: What is a “valence electron”. Why do you think they’re important? GRADING PROGRESS: Ch 06 Scratch Paper = 25%

  45. 10/8/2014Wednesday SWBAT . . . Determine the formula of an ionic compound if given its name and vice versa. HOMEWORK: 7.2 all (read/notes, flash cards, sxnassmt) WARM-UP: How many valence electrons does a silicon atom have? How do you know? GRADING PROGRESS: Ch 06 Scratch Paper = 30%

  46. 10/10/2014 Friday SWBAT . . . Recall and understand the definitions of any vocabulary term from any part of the year. HOMEWORK: Take the weekend off if you’re caught up. WARM-UP: Get out your deck of vocabulary flash cards. Drill each other with them. (1.3, 4.all, 6.all, 7.1, 7.2 so far) GRADING PROGRESS: Ch 06 Scratch Paper = 40%

  47. 10/13/2014 Monday SWBAT . . . Give the formula of an ionic compound if given the name and vice versa. HOMEWORK: 7.3 read/notes + vocab flash cards WARM-UP: Explain the role of electric charge in an ionic compound. GRADING PROGRESS: Ch 06 Scratch Paper = 65%

  48. 10/14/2014 Tuesday SWBAT . . . Give the formula of an ionic compound if given the name and vice versa. HOMEWORK: none WARM-UP: What is the formula of strontium nitride. Why? GRADING PROGRESS: Ch 06 Scratch Paper = 70%