1st Day: Warm Up (IN) Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared and focused for class. Write a 5 sentence paragraph that describes one of your favorite hobbies, sports, or activities. What is it? Why do you like it? How long have you been doing it? Who got you involved? What are your goals for this hobby, sport, or activity?
In- 8/22/11, Warm-Up No Warm-Up Through- Classwork Set-Up Interactive Notebook Introduction to significant figures Significant figures and rounding WS Homework- Finish significant figures and rounding WS
In- 8/23/11, Warm-Up • Write these numbers in scientific notation and tell how many significant figures each number has. • .0000647 • 190000000000 • 3.401 • 169 Homework- Take lab safety quiz Get safety contract signed Bring composition notebook on Thursday Finish scientific notation, significant figures and rounding wkst for Friday Through- Classwork Go over sig figs and rounding wkst Scientific notation, significant figures, and rounding worksheet Lab Safety contract
In- 8/24/11, Warm-Up Summarize the rules to use when dealing with significant figures. Make sure to include the rules for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Homework- Lab equipment puzzle Finish scientific notation, significant figures, and rounding wkst for Friday Through- Classwork Go over safety quiz Go over lab report format Go over qualitative vs. quantitative observations Qualitative vs. quantitative observations demo Qualitative vs. quantitative lab
In- 8/26/11, Warm-Up Explain the difference between a qualitative observation, a quantitative observation, and an inference. Give an example of each one. Homework- Problem set #1: p. 60 26-46 Observation lab write up due Tuesday Through- Classwork Calculate grades Check out books Acid in the eye demo Go over lab equipment sheet Check out lab drawers Explain how problem sets work
In- 8/29/11, Warm-Up • Answer the questions below in complete sentences. • How do you think a lava lamp works? • 2. What makes the dippy bird drink from the cup of water? • 3. How does the Galileo thermometer work? Homework- English to Metric conversions Observations lab write up due Tuesday Through- Classwork Metric conversions with dimensional analysis (factor label) notes Metric conversions practice problems English to Metric conversions (if you finish in class)
In- 8/30/11, Warm-Up • Convert 1560 mm into km. • Convert 43.6 µm to nm. • . Homework- Density Review Problems Through- Classwork English to Metric conversion problems Density, mass, and volume review Density review problems
In- 8/31/11, Warm-Up • The density of gold is 19.3 g/cm3. If you have a piece of gold with a volume of 32.3 cm3, what is the mass? • 2. A piece of iron has a mass of 5.67 grams and a density of 8.8 g/cm3. Find the volume. • 3. Aluminum has a mass of 42.5 grams and a volume of 21.0 cm3. Calculate the density. Homework- None Through- Classwork Density lab
In- 9/2/11 Warm-Up In complete sentences explain two ways you can find the density of an object. Homework- Density lab write up due Tuesday Through- Classwork Binder check Calculate grade Problem solving with dimensional analysis or factor label
In- 9/7/10, Warm-Up Write down anything you know about at least 5 of the following words: mass, matter, atom, molecule, element, compound, physical change, chemical change, reactant, product, mixture, pure substance Out- Reflection None Homework- Test on Friday, notebook check on Friday (your problem set should be completed by Friday) Lab write up due Thursday Through- Classwork Notes on Chapter 1: Matter and Change
In- 9/9/10 Warm up • Answer the questions in complete sentences. • What is the difference between a mixture and a pure substance? • 2. What is the difference between a physical change and a chemical change? • Out- Reflection • None Homework- Study for test, make sure notebook is ready to turn in Through- Classwork Iron sulfide lab
In- 9/13/10, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, write down what anything you know about the atom or the periodic table. Out- Reflection None Homework- Start working on problem set Through- DPS Chemistry pre test Notes on atomic structure Protons, neutrons, and electrons worksheet
In- 9/14/10, Warm-Up Fill in the blanks. Reflection- None Homework- Finish isotopes worksheet Through- Classwork Notes on isotopes and atomic abundance Isotopes worksheet
In- 9/16/10, Warm-Up • Define the following words: • Proton • 2. Neutron • 3. Electron • 4. Atom • 5. Element • 6. Isotope • Out- Reflection • What did you learn this week? • What are you understanding? • What do you need help on? Homework- None Through- Classwork Atomic structure worksheet Candium lab
In- 9/21/10 Warm-Up There are two known isotopes of carbon, C-12 and C-13. Their relative abundances are 98.9% and 1.10% respectively. Calculate the atomic mass of carbon. Out- Reflection None Homework- Moles to grams conversions Through- Classwork Notes on the mole Converting moles to grams and grams to moles.
In- 9/23/10, Warm-Up • How many moles of NaOH are there in 152 grams of NaOH? • 2. Calculate how many grams of Pb(NO3)2 there are in 6.54 moles. • Out- Reflection • None Homework- Finish energy, frequency and wavelength practice problems. Through- Classwork Electromagnetic Spectrum notes Energy, Frequency, and wavelength practice problems Flame test lab
In- 9/24/10, Warm-Up In the flame test lab, explain why you think each compound had a different flame color? Be sure to use at least 2 vocabulary words from your notes. Out- Reflection What have you learned this week? What do you understand? What do you need more help with? Homework: None Through- Classwork Questions from HW Go over how to do calculations from lab Moles to atoms calculations (if time)
In- 9/27/10, Warm-Up Calculate the frequency and energy of a red flame with a wavelength of 435 nm. Out- Reflection None Homework: Finish grams mole conversions 3 Notebook check Monday Test Monday Flame test lab due Thursday Through- Classwork Moles to atoms and atoms to moles conversions Moles conversions 2 Grams to atoms and atoms to grams conversions Mole conversions 3
In- 9/28/10, Warm-Up • Convert 8.63 grams of Cu to atoms of copper. • 2. Convert 9.46 x 1022 molecules of H2O to grams. • Out- Reflection • None Homework: Finish worksheet Notebook check Monday Test Monday Flame test lab due Thursday Through- Classwork Notes on electron configurations Electron configuration practice worksheet Bedrock Geology Study Guide
In- 9/30/10, Warm-Up • Write out the electron configuration for the elements listed below. • Na b) Mg c) Al d) Si e) P f) S g) Cl h) Ar • What do you notice about the electron configurations for these elements? • Out- Reflection • None Homework: Study for your test on Monday Make sure your notebooks are up to date for Monday Through- Classwork Introduction of noble gas configurations and orbital diagrams Worksheet on electron configurations, noble gas configuration, and orbital diagrams Atomic spectra lab
In- 10/1/10, Warm-Up Write out the complete electron configuration, the noble gas configuration, and the orbital diagram for the two elements listed below. a) Mn b) Rb Out- Reflection What did you learn this week? What are you understanding well? What do you need more help on? Homework Study for your test on Monday Notebook check on Monday Spectra lab due Thursday BRING BOOKS ON TUESDAY Through- Classwork Introduce the semester project and pick elements PROJECTS WILL BE DUE DEC. 6,2010 Update scoresheet Notes on the periodic table Periodic table assignment (not homework)
In- 10/5/10, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about how your semester is going so far. Out- Reflection None Homework Spectra lab due Thursday Periodic table worksheet Through- Classwork Project introduction Periodic table notes Periodic trend posters with groups Gallery walk with notes
In- 10/7/10, Warm-Up 1.What is a period on the periodic table? 2. What is a group on the periodic table? 3. Where are the halogens located? 4. Where are the noble gases located? 5. What group is rubidium located in? Out- Reflection None Homework None Bring books tomorrow Through- Classwork Movie clip on similar properties for elements in the same group Periodic trend posters and gallery walk Overview of how to use Microsoft Excel Periodic trends computer assignment
In- 10/8/10, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, summarize what you have learned in Chapter 5. Use at least 5 new vocabulary words in your summary. Out- Reflection What have you learned this week? What do you understand well? What do you need help with? Homework None Through- Classwork Finish working on periodic trends assignment Problem sets
In- 10/7/09 and 10/8/09 Warm-Up • Write the balanced compounds when the given elements are combined. • Na and PO4 • 2. Al and O • 3. Mg and NO3 • 4. Fe(II) and Cl • Using your books on pg. 436, in your own words define physical change, chemical change, and precipitate. • Out- Reflection • In paragraph form, write down the rules for naming different types of compounds. Make sure to include information about ionic compounds, molecular compounds, and acidic compounds. Homework Pg. 436-437 checking up questions Pg. 439 Chem. To go 1-6 Complete both assignments in your notebook Through- Classwork Complete the assignments in this order. 1. Ask questions and finish HW assignment due today (naming wkst.) 2. Start Ch. 6 Act. 2 pg. 441 WDYS, testable question, Fill in data table, questions 4 b, c, and d, WDYTN
In- 10/12/09, Warm-Up Write a five sentence Paragraph. What is a chemical change? Give an example. What is a physical change? Give an example. How are chemical and physical changes different? Out- Reflection None Homework Chem to go P. 447 1-3 Through- Classwork Chapter 6 Activity 1 P. 433 You will have today and tomorrow to complete this lab.
In- 10/13/09, Warm-Up • Identify the following changes as physical or chemical. • The formation of a precipitate when two solutions are mixed. • 2. The leaves changing color in the fall • 3. Melting an ice cube and putting it back in the freezer. • 4. Mixing water with brownie mix to make brownies. • Out- Reflection • What are some signs that a physical change has occurred? How is this different from a chemical change? Homework- Review notebook and make sure all assignments are present. Through- Classwork Finish Chapter 6 Activity 1 P. 433. Be sure to include WDYS, testable question, investigate EXCEPT #5, and WDYTN.
In- 10/14/09, Warm-Up What are some signs that a physical change has occurred? What are some signs that a chemical change has occurred? How could you tell the difference between the two types of changes? Out- Reflection Update score sheet Homework Balancing compounds wkst. Through- Classwork Review balancing compounds Group activity balancing compounds
In- 10/19/09, Warm-Up Write a five sentence Paragraph. Why do you go to school? What is going to school going to help you accomplish in the future? What are your goals or plans after high school? Out- Reflection None-start HW Homework- Balancing equations 2 Through- Classwork Unit Recovery and goals Notes on balancing equations Reading on Law of Conservation of Matter Balancing equations 1 due in class
In- 10/20/09, Warm-Up • Balance the following equations. • Al2(SO4)3 + Cu → CuSO4 + Al • 2. CaCl2 + H2→ Ca + HCl • 3. CH4 + O2→ CO2 + H2O • Out- Reflection • None-start HW Homework- Writing equations worksheet Through- Classwork How to write and balance chemical equations from word equations
In- 10/20/09, Warm-Up Answers: Balance the following equations. 1. Al2(SO4)3 + 3Cu → 3CuSO4 + 2Al 2. CaCl2 + H2→ Ca + 2HCl 3. CH4 + O2 → CO2 + 2H2O Out- Reflection None-Start Homework Homework- Writing equations worksheet Through- Classwork How to write and balance equations from a word equation.
In- 10/21/09 and 10/22/09 Warm-Up Convert the word equation into a balanced chemical equation. Sodium Chloride + Potassium Sulfate → Potassium Chloride + sodium sulfate Out- Reflection Explain what the law of conservation of matter is. How does this law relate to balancing equations? Use complete sentences. Homework Finish Writing equations worksheet. Through- Classwork Law of Conservation of matter lab Writing Equations 2
In- 10/23/09, Warm-Up • Do the following equations violate the Law of Conservation of Matter? Why or why not? • Al2(SO4)3 + 3Cu → 3CuSO4 + 2Al • 2. CaCl2 + H2→ Ca + 2HCl • Out- Reflection • In complete sentences, what are the five types of reactions? Write down an example of each type. Homework- None Through- Classwork Introduction to types of reactions notes and poster.
In- 10/26/09, Warm-Up Please start on the WDYS and testable question for Ch. 6 Activity 4 on pg. 456. Out- Reflection None Homework None Through- Classwork Ch. 6 Activity 4 P. 456 Start with #8 (fill in table that I give you) Today try to get through 8,9,10, and 11. We will finish up with this lab tomorrow.
In- 10/27/09, Warm-Up If you mix AgNO3 and NaCl, write down the balanced equation. Out- Reflection None. Homework- Finish up Ch. 6 Act. 4 if you don’t finish in class Through- Classwork Finish Ch. 6 Act. 4 pg. 456
In- 11/2/09, Warm-Up Write down the basic formula for a double replacement reaction. Give and example of a double replacement reaction. In a double replacement reaction, can you ever have two atoms with the same charge bonded together? Out- Reflection None Homework- Types of reactions wkst. 1st section only Due Tuesday Through- Classwork Double replacement reactions review Double replacement reactions wkst due in class.
In- 11/3/09, Warm-Up • Balance the following compounds. Draw a picture if you need to but the charges must be equal. • Ba and PO4 • 2. Al and OH • 3. NH4 and SO4 • 4. Na and CO3 • Come up and show me your answer to get it checked off. This is to be done individually • Out- Reflection • Update score sheet Homework- Correct and resubmit double replacement reactions worksheet Through- Classwork Notes on predicting a precipitate and net ionic equations Net ionic equations worksheet.
In- 11/4/09 and 11/5/09 Warm-Up Predict the products for the double replacement reaction and make sure it is balanced. CuSO4 + NaOH yields Out- Reflection 10 pts. Write a five sentence Paragraph about what you need to focus on for the test. What do you need more work on? Where can you go to get help or ask questions? What worksheets can you use to help you study for the test? Homework: Make sure notebook is complete. Study for test on Friday Through- Classwork Go over double replacement reactions worksheet Precipitate lab
In- 11/9/09, Warm-Up Write a five sentence Paragraph. We are 2/3 through the first semester. How is the semester going for you? What are your goals for the last 6 week grading period? What are you doing really well right now? What do you need to work on? Out- Reflection None Homework- None Through- Classwork Work on ppt lab. This will be due on Tuesday but TODAY will be the last day you have in class to work on it. This may not leave the classroom so if you are going to need more time, you need to come in at before school, at lunch, or after school today or tomorrow.
In- 11/10/09 and 11/12/09, Warm-Up Using your notes to help you, write down the name of the 5 types of reactions. Out- Reflection Write a 5 sentence paragraph that summarizes what we did in the lab today. Homework- Finish worksheet 7C for Friday Through- Classwork Worksheet 7C and review of the different reaction types Lab 12 Types of Reactions
In- 11/13/09, Warm-Up Summarize what we did in the lab on Tuesday or Thursday. Use your lab paper to help you. Out- Reflection In complete sentences, explain what is happening in a single replacement reaction. Homework- Types of Reactions wkst due next Friday Through- Classwork Finish up with Types of Reactions Lab Go over worksheet 7C Start types of reactions wkst
In- 11/16/09, Warm-Up In your own words, write down what is happening in a single replacement reaction. Use your lab, worksheet 7C, or notes to help you. Give an example of a single replacement reaction. Out- Reflection None Homework- Types of reactions worksheet due Friday Through- Classwork Poinsettia fundraiser Go over any questions on worksheet 7C Notes on single replacement reactions and single replacement reactions worksheet.
In- 11/17/09, Warm-Up • Answer the following questions in complete sentences. • What are the two products every time in a combustion reaction? • 2. What is one of the reactants every time in a combustion reaction? • 3. When balancing a combustion reaction, which element should you balance first, second, and last? • Out- Reflection • None work on HW Homework- Types of reactions due Friday Through- Classwork Combustion reactions worksheet
In- 11/18/09 and 11/19/09 Warm-Up In a combination reaction, 2 reactants combine to make one product. Write the product for the reactions below. Ag + O2 → H2O + SO3→ In a decomposition reaction, 1 reactant becomes 2 products. Write out the product for the reactions below. NiCO3→ NiO + Al2O3→ Out- Reflection None Homework Test on Tuesday on types of reactions Notebook check Tuesday Through- Classwork Chapter 6 Activity 8 pg. 496 Be sure to do the WDYS, testable question, investigate, checking up 1-3, and chem to go 1,2,4,5,7,8. I WILL BE CHECKING YOUR NOTEBOOKS TO MAKE SURE THIS IS IN THERE AT THE END OF CLASS.
In- 11/20/09, Warm-Up Update score sheet (Notebook check is Tuesday) Out- Reflection None Homework- None Through- Classwork Vole Lab
In- 11/23/09, Warm-Up What does the word “dozen” mean? Write down anything you remember about conversions. How do you set up the problems? What information do you need? Out- Reflection None Homework- Study for test Through- Classwork Finish Vole lab Introducing the mole notes Molar mass calculations