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B /K/Si or B/ Ca /Si Announcements. Office Hours Honors Chairs. Agenda . Catalyst Announcements Naviance Lesson w/ Erin Knott! PoL Prep. General Format. 10-12 minutes TOTAL: 5-6 minutes for Chem 5-6 minutes for Math
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B/K/Si orB/Ca/SiAnnouncements • Office Hours • Honors • Chairs
Agenda • Catalyst • Announcements • Naviance Lesson w/ Erin Knott! • PoL Prep
General Format • 10-12 minutes TOTAL: • 5-6 minutes for Chem • 5-6 minutes for Math • 8-10 minutes of Q & A time depending on detail and execution of presentation
What should our evidence look like?? • ALL digital (on the PPT) • Need a tangible copy of everything scanned in a folder that you bring with you the day of your presentation. • Think of this as “backup” in case of any “technical difficulties” • Do not rely solely on your flash drive! Email your work to yourself for backup!
Guidelines • If you are not prepared to present at your given day and time, you will not have a chance to represent and will receive a zero. • You must be prepared to present up to an hour before your scheduled time. During this time, you must be in the presentation room!
Powerpoint & Notecards • Both permitted • However, if you rely on these, you will be required to redo your PoL. NO. EXCEPTIONS. • Main Points and Big Ideas recommended.
CHEMISTRY • Title page: Liquid Interactions photo • Must present on AT LEAST ONE of the following: • Unit 4: Chemical Bonding • Unit 5: Chemical Reactions & Stoichiometry • If you have time/need to show further mastery: • Unit 6: Gas Laws & Intermolecular Forces
Unit 4: Bonding • What are Metals? Non-metals? Metalloids? • Three types of bonds: • Metallic: Definition, ramifications (i.e., what can metals do because of metallic bonds?) • Ionic: Definition • Covalent: Definition • Including difference between Ionic and Covalent • Lewis Dot Structures • How do we map how electrons interact in different kinds of bonds? • Ionic: Diagram & Formula • Covalent: Diagram, Structure, Type of Bond, & Formula
Unit 5: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry • Balancing Chemical Reactions • How do we do it? • Why do we need to do it (i.e. what law does this support?)? • Example • Stoichiometry • What is a mole? • Explain the map (grams, moles, molecules, Liters of gas) • Examples (1-step, 2-step, 3-step)
Unit 6: Gas Laws & Intermolecular Forces • What happens to the volume of gases when they heat up? When they cool down? • What is electronegativity? • How can you judge different atoms’ electronegativities? • Polar vs. Non-polar • Different types of intermolecular forces • Strength?
Last Slide • What grade do you think you deserve in this class? • Why? Be specific!!