IT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELP

USE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED. Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.Tuesday X Block (rm E-5) Everyday both lunches (rm E-4) ONLINE BOOK: Go to: http://www.glencoe.com/ose/ and enter D3CBA0C88F

Monday 9-5 Labor Day

Tuesday 9-6-16 Learning target: Students will be able to recognize laboratory equipment and their functions. Opening Activity: Board Question procedure Topics: Assign Seats, Discuss classroom procedures and rules, fill out information sheet; And Equipment Inventory Homework Lab Safety Activity Reminders Parent Signature and supplies due 9-12

Wednesday 9-7-16 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply lab safety precautions to a variety of problems in the lab. Opening Activity: What is the most important safety precaution we use in the lab? Topics: Discuss Lab Safety Homework, Pringles Can Demo; Develop norms for white boarding Homework: Write a paragraph explaining what happened in the Pringles can at the particle level. Reminders Parent Signature and supplies due 9-12

Thursday 9-8-16 Learning target: Students will be able to develop lab group norms for writing a procedure. Opening Activity: Describe the class norms for particle drawings. Topics: Particle diagram practice Homework: Complete particle diagram practice drawings. Reminders Parent Signature and supplies due 9-12

Friday 9-9-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to construct and analyze a histogram. Opening Activity: Draw a particle drawing for a piece of aluminum floating in a beaker of water. Topics: Discuss Procedure & safety; Teach how to use the balance and Bunsen burner; Homework Histogram Activity Homework: Histogram Activity Reminders Parent Signature and supplies due 9-12

Monday 9-12-16 Learning Target: Students will discover the Law of Conservation of Mass. Opening Activity: What is the advantage to using histograms? Topics: Collect parent Signature Discuss Histograms Mass Change Lab Homework: Mass Change Post Lab Questions Reminders Journal due 9-16 Uncertainty Quiz 9-16

Tuesday 9-13-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Law of Conservation of Mass. Opening Activity: Explain why the mass of the steel wool before heating is less than the steel wool after heating. Topics: Culminating board meeting Use data handout to develop a histogram for each activity Homework: Unit 1 Worksheet 1 Reminders Journal due 9-16 Uncertainty Quiz 9-16

Wednesday 9-14-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply uncertainty in measurements Opening Activity: Why was the mass of the Alka-Seltzer/water less after they were mixed together? Topics: Discuss Unit 1 Worksheet 1 Discuss Measurement and Uncertainty Graduate Cylinder Activity Homework: Unit 1 Worksheet 2 Reminders Journal due 9-16 Uncertainty Quiz 9-16

Thursday 9-15-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Significant figures to measurements. Opening Activity: Record reading, # of sig figs and uncertainty Topics: Discuss Unit 1 Worksheet 2 Discuss significant figure rules Homework: Sig Fig practice problems Reminders Journal due 9-16 Uncertainty Quiz 9-16

Friday 9-16-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply significant figure rules for calculations Opening Activity: Compare and contrast good and poor measuring devices. Topics: Take Uncertainty Quiz Collect Journal Discuss Sig Fig practice problems Review significant figure rules Homework: Sig Fig practice problems Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Monday 9-19-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements. Opening Activity: solve the following problems: a)8.08m x 45.9m = b)4.82m/1.372m = c)5.237m + 1.23m = d)10.34m -9.3m = Topics: Discuss Homework Unit Conversions Homework: For every statement flashcards Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Tuesday 9-20-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements using dimensional analysis. Opening Activity: 840 mL x = liters Topics: Discuss Homework Dimensional Analysis Homework: Unit conversion practice problems Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Wednesday 9-21-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements using dimensional analysis. Opening Activity: 1.52 x 108 mm x x = km Topics: Discuss Homework Dimensional Analysis Homework: Unit conversion practice sheet #1 select problems Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Thursday 9-22-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements using dimensional analysis. Opening Activity: How many mg is 76.0 kg? Express your answer in scientific notation. Topics: Discuss Homework Dimensional Analysis Mass Volume Pre-Lab Graphical Analysis Notes Homework: Unit 1 Worksheet 6 Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Friday 9-23-16 Learning Target: Students will discover the relationship between mass and volume. Opening Activity: How many kilograms (kg) are there in 2.023 x 103 milligram (mg)?Topics: Discuss Homework Mass Volume Lab Homework: Unit 1 Worksheet 3 Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Monday 9-26-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply density conceptually, graphically and mathematically. Opening Activity: What is the relationship between mass and volume? Topics: Discuss Homework 3 Unit 1 Worksheet 4 Homework: Unit 1 Worksheet 4 Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Tuesday 9-27-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply density conceptually, graphically and mathematically. Opening Activity: Ethanol has a density of 0.789 g/cm3. What is the mass of 125 cm3 of ethanol? Topics: Discuss Homework Worksheet 4 Unit 1 Worksheet 5 Homework: Unit 1 Worksheet 5 Reminders Density Quiz 9-28 Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Wednesday 9-28-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply density conceptually, graphically and mathematically. Opening Activity: A student filled a graduated cylinder with water and read the meniscus at 25.8 mL. The student then dropped a solid material into the graduated cylinder and the water level rose to 35.9 mL. If the solid material had a density of 2.99 g/mL, determine the mass of the solid object. Topics: Density Quiz Unit 1 Review Homework: Unit 1 Review Reminders Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Thursday 9-29-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply density conceptually, graphically and mathematically. Opening Activity: The cup is a volume widely used by cooks in the U.S. One cup is equivalent to 237 cm3. One cup of olive oil has a mass of 216 g; what is the density of olive oil? Topics: Discuss Unit 1 Review White board study guide Homework: Unit 1 Study Guide Reminders Unit 1 Exam 9-30 Journal due 9-30

Friday 9-30-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 1. Opening Activity: Gold has a density of 19.3 g/ cm3. A cube of gold measures 4.23 cm on each edge: What is the volume of the cube? Topics: Hand in Journal Discuss Study guide Unit 1 Exam Homework: None Reminders None

Monday 10-3-16 Learning Target: Students will discover the kinetic molecular theory. Opening Activity: Draw a particle diagram for a solid, liquid and gas. Topics: Kinetic Molecular Theory Lab White board results and debrief Homework: None Unit 2 Worksheet 1 in class Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-14

Tuesday 10-4-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain compare and contrast solids, liquids, and gases. Opening Activity: Compare and contrast solids, liquids and gases. Topics: Solid Liquid gas Inquiry Activity Homework: None Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-14

Wednesday 10-5-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain pressure and particle behavior. Opening Activity: Explain how the AXE particles move throughout the classroom. Topics: Discuss Homework Manometer Notes Homework: Unit 2 Worksheet 2 Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-14

Thursday 10-6-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain pressure, volume, and temperature at the particle level. Opening Activity: Explain the following terms: pressure, temperature, volume and STP. Topics: Discuss Homework Gas Pre-lab pressure, volume, temperature, and # of particles Gas lab Homework: Gas Post-Lab questions Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-14

Friday 10-7-16 Learning Target: Students will discover the relationships between the gas variables. Opening Activity: Explain the relationships between pressure, temperature, and volume (include graphs). Topics: Discuss Homework Gas Lab debrief white board and graphs representing relationships Homework: Write a paragraph describing the relationships between all of the gas variables (include graphs). Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-14

Monday 10-10-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems. Opening Activity: A thermometer is placed in a beaker of cold water. Explain what is going on at the molecular level as the reading on the thermometer falls from 25˚C to 15˚C. Use a diagram to aid your explanation. Topics: Discuss Homework Finish Lab Debrief PVTn problems Homework: Unit 2 Worksheet 3 Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-14

Tuesday 10-11-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems. Opening Activity: Sam’s bike tire contains 15 units of air particles and has a volume of 160mL. Under these conditions the pressure reads 13 psi. The tire develops a leak. Now it contains 10 units of air and has contracted to a volume of 150mL). What would the tire pressure be now? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final. Topics: Discuss Homework PVTn problems Homework: PVnT Practice Problems Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-13 Journal due 10-14

Wednesday 10-12-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems. Opening Activity: A container of carbon dioxide has a volume of 260. cm3 at a temperature of 22°C. If the pressure remains constant, what is the volume at 44°C? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final. Topics: Discuss Homework PVTn problems Homework: Unit 2 Review Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-13 Journal due 10-14

Thursday 10-13-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Unit 2 concepts. Opening Activity: A sample of gas occupies 825 ml at 26ºC and 942 mmHg. Find the volume of the gas at STP. Draw particle diagrams for initial and final Topics: Discuss Homework White board study guide Homework: Unit 2 Study Guide Reminders Unit 2 Exam 10-13 Journal due 10-14

Friday 10-14-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 2. Opening Activity: List the relationships between all of the gas variables. Topics: Discuss Homework Unit 2 exam Homework: none Reminders

Monday 10-17-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to compare and contrast heat and temperature. Opening Activity: Define temperature. Topics: Journal due Eureka Video Heat vs. Temperature Icy Hot Lab Homework: Icy Hot Lab Post-lab Questions Reminders Unit 3 Quiz 10-21 Unit 3 Exam 10-25

Tuesday 10-18-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to create and analyze Energy Bar Graphs. Opening Activity: Draw and label the heating curve for water. Topics: Discuss Lab debrief Heating and Cooling Curves for water Discuss Energy Bar Graphs Worksheet 1 Homework: Unit 3 Worksheet 2 Reminders Unit 3 Quiz 10-21 Unit 3 Exam 10-25

Wednesday 10-19-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to connect energy graphs, energy bar graphs and energy equations. Opening Activity: A tray of water (20˚C) is placed in the freezer and turns into ice cubes (- 8˚C). Energy Chart Topics: Discuss Homework Discuss Energy Equations Worksheet 3 Homework: Unit 3 Worksheet 3 Reminders Unit 3 Quiz 10-21 Unit 3 Exam 10-25

Thursday 10-20-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to connect energy graphs, energy bar graphs and energy equations. Opening Activity: While you were “sweating” your chemistry test, water vapor evaporates from your body, absorbing 125 kJ of energy. (assume no temperature change). What mass of water evaporates? Topics: Discuss Homework Review Energy Equations Worksheet 4 Homework: Unit 3 Worksheet 4 Reminders Unit 3 Quiz 10-21 Unit 3 Exam 10-25

Friday 10-21-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to connect energy graphs, energy bar graphs and energy equations. Opening Activity: A 60.0 g sample of liquid water at 0.0˚C ends up as ice at – 15.0 ˚C. How much energy is involved in this change? Topics: Discuss Homework Unit 3 Quiz Discuss Energy Equations Unit 3 Review Homework: Unit 3 Review Reminders Unit 3 Exam 10-25

Monday 10-24-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to connect energy graphs, energy bar graphs and energy equations. Opening Activity: While you were “sweating” your chemistry test, water vapor evaporates from your body, absorbing 135 kJ of energy. (assume no temperature change). What mass of water evaporates? Topics: Discuss Homework Unit 3 Study Guide Homework: Unit 3 Study Guide Reminders Unit 3 Exam 10-25

Tuesday 10-25-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 3. Opening Activity: Compare and contrast Endothermic and Exothermic. Topics: Discuss Homework Unit 3 Exam Homework: None Reminders Journal due 10-28

Wednesday 10-26-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply separation techniques for mixtures. Opening Activity: Explain the following terms: decanting, extracting, filtration and distillation Topics: Mixture Separation Lab Homework: Post Lab Questions Reminders Journal due 10-28

Thursday 10-27-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and classify matter. Opening Activity: Compare the mass of the sand before it was mixed to the mass after it was filtered. Topics: Lab debrief Classification of Matter Notes Homework: Unit 4 Worksheet 1 Reminders Journal due 10-28 Unit 4 Exam 11-2

Friday 10-28-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Avogadro’s Hypothesis. Opening Activity: Write the letter of the box whose contents best match the description.

6. a mixture of molecules 7. atoms of a pure metal 8. molecules of an element 9. a solid compound 10. a mixture of elements Topics: Unit 4 Worksheet 2 Homework: Unit 4 Worksheet 3 Reminders Unit 4 Exam 11-2

Monday 10-28-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Avogadro’s Hypothesis. Opening Activity:Suppose that one volume of gas A combined with two volumes of gas B to form one volume of product when measured at the same pressure and temperature. Sketch particle diagrams for molecules of gas A, gas B and the product; assume gases A and B are monatomic. Topics: Unit 4 Worksheet Review Homework: Unit 4 Worksheet Review Reminders Unit 4 Exam 11-2

Tuesday 11-1-16 Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Avogadro’s Hypothesis. Opening Activity: Sketch a graph of temperature vs. time for the heating of a mixture of methanol and ethanol. The b.p. of methanol is 65°C and that of ethanol is 78°C. Topics: Unit 4 Worksheet Study Guide Homework: Unit 4 Worksheet Study Guide Reminders Unit 4 Exam 11-2

Wednesday 11-2-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 3. Opening Activity: Nitrogen and oxygen form several compounds. Two of these have the following mass composition. Compound A: 63.6 g of N and 36.4 g of O Compound B: 46.7 g of N and 53.3 g of O

a.Determine the value of the ratio in each compound. A B _

b.How does the mass ratio for compound A compare to that in compound B?

c.Sketch particle diagrams for the compounds of A and B that account for these mass ratios. Write the formula for the compound in each diagram.

Topics: Unit 4 Exam Homework: None Reminders Unit 4 Exam 11-2

Thursday 11-3-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to calculate masses of very small objects. Opening Activity: Explain relative mass. Topics: Bean Lab Homework: Complete the Bean Lab Reminders Mole Quiz 11-9 Unit 5 Exam 11-15

Friday 11-4-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions. Opening Activity: Calculate the relative mass of each coin as compared to the lightest. Topics: Counting Atoms Avogadro’s number Mole Molar Mass Homework: Unit 5 worksheet 2 Reminders Mole Quiz 11-9 Unit 5 Exam 11-15

Monday 11-7-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions. Opening Activity: What is the mass of 0.015 moles of Ca(OH)2? Topics: Review Counting Atoms Review Avogadro’s number Review Mole Review Molar Mass Homework: Molar Conversion Practice problems Reminders Mole Quiz 11-9 Journal due Friday Unit 5 Exam 11-14 Final Exam Review due 11-15

Tuesday 11-8-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: How many moles are in a 12.0 g sample of FeO? Topics: Review Molar Conversions WS 2 and Practice problems Percent composition Empirical Formulas Molecular Formulas Homework: Start Unit 5 worksheet 3 Reminders Mole Quiz 11-9 Journal due Friday Unit 5 Exam 11-14 Final Exam Review due 11-15

Wednesday 11-9-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: How many moles are in a 12.0 g sample of FeO? Topics: Mole Quiz Review Percent composition Review Empirical Formulas Review Molecular Formulas Homework: Finish Unit 5 worksheet 3 Reminders Journal due Friday Unit 5 Exam 11-14 Final Exam Review due 11-15

Thursday

11-10-16

Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.

Opening Activity: Oxalic acid is a compound used in paints. A sample of oxalic acid was found to contain 1.94 g of carbon, 0.160 g of hydrogen and 5.16 g of oxygen. The molar mass of oxalic acid is 90.0 g/mole. Determine the empirical formula and the molecular formula of this compound.

Topics:

Unit 5 review

Homework:

Unit 5 Review Worksheet

Reminders

Journal due Friday

Unit 5 Exam 11-15

Final Exam Review due 11-16

Friday 11-11-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: What mass of argon gas contains the same number of atoms as 24.3 g of magnesium? Topics: Empirical Formula Lab Homework: Unit 5 Review Worksheet Reminders Journal due Unit 5 Exam 11-15 Final Exam Review due 11-16

Monday 11-14-16 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: What is the Empirical Formula for C9H18? Support with particle drawings for molecular and empiraical formulas. Topics: Le Debrief Homework: Unit 5 Study Guide Worksheet Reminders Unit 5 Exam 11-15 Final Exam Review due 11-16

Tuesday 11-15-16 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 5. Opening Activity: How many atoms are in 25.0 g of bromine? Topics: Unit 5 Exam Homework: Final Exam Review Reminders Final Exam Review due 11-16 Journal due 11-18

Wednesday 11-16-16 Learning Target: Students will review Chemistry A concepts. Opening Activity: The accepted value is 1.43. Which correctly describes this student’s experimental data precision and accuracy? Topics: Final Exam Review Homework: Study for the Final Exam Reminders Journal due 11-18

Thursday 11-17-16 Learning Target: Students will review Chemistry A concepts. Opening Activity: What is the measurement for location marked by the arrow? Topics: Review Exams’ 1, 2 & 3 Homework: Study for the Final Exam Reminders Journal due 11-18

Friday 11-18-16 Learning Target: Students will review Chemistry A concepts. Opening Activity: The density of lead is 11.4 g/cm3. The density of gold is 19.3 g/cm3. Which line in the graph above represents lead? Topics: Review Exams’ 4 & 5 Homework: Study for the Final Exam Reminders Journal due 11-18

WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRYTHIS WIKI WILL BE YOUR BEST FRIENDIT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELPUSE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED.Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.Tuesday XBlock (rm E-5)Everyday both lunches (rm E-4)ONLINE BOOK: Go to:http://www.glencoe.com/ose/ and enterD3CBA0C88FMonday9-5Labor DayTuesday9-6-16Learning target: Students will be able to recognize laboratory equipment and their functions.Opening Activity: Board Question procedureTopics:Assign Seats, Discuss classroom procedures and rules, fill out information sheet;And Equipment InventoryHomeworkLab Safety ActivityRemindersParent Signature and supplies due 9-12Wednesday9-7-16Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply lab safety precautions to a variety of problems in the lab.Opening Activity:What is the most important safety precaution we use in the lab?Topics:Discuss Lab Safety Homework, Pringles Can Demo; Develop norms for white boardingHomework:Write a paragraph explaining what happened in the Pringles can at the particle level.RemindersParent Signature and supplies due 9-12Thursday9-8-16Learning target: Students will be able to develop lab group norms for writing a procedure.Opening Activity: Describe the class norms for particle drawings.Topics:Particle diagram practiceHomework:Complete particle diagram practice drawings.RemindersParent Signature and supplies due 9-12Friday9-9-16Learning Target: Students will be able to construct and analyze a histogram.Opening Activity: Draw a particle drawing for a piece of aluminum floating in a beaker of water.Topics:Discuss Procedure & safety; Teach how to use the balance and Bunsen burner; Homework Histogram ActivityHomework:Histogram ActivityRemindersParent Signature and supplies due 9-12Monday9-12-16Learning Target: Students will discover the Law of Conservation of Mass.Opening Activity: What is the advantage to using histograms?Topics:Collect parent SignatureDiscuss HistogramsMass Change LabHomework:Mass Change Post Lab QuestionsRemindersJournal due 9-16Uncertainty Quiz 9-16Tuesday9-13-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply the Law of Conservation of Mass.Opening Activity: Explain why the mass of the steel wool before heating is less than the steel wool after heating.Topics:Culminating board meetingUse data handout to develop a histogram for each activityHomework:Unit 1 Worksheet 1RemindersJournal due 9-16Uncertainty Quiz 9-16Wednesday9-14-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply uncertainty in measurementsOpening Activity: Why was the mass of the Alka-Seltzer/water less after they were mixed together?Topics:Discuss Unit 1 Worksheet 1Discuss Measurement and UncertaintyGraduate Cylinder ActivityHomework:Unit 1 Worksheet 2RemindersJournal due 9-16Uncertainty Quiz 9-16Thursday9-15-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Significant figures to measurements.Opening Activity:Record reading, # of sig figs and uncertaintyTopics:Discuss Unit 1 Worksheet 2Discuss significant figure rulesHomework:Sig Fig practice problemsRemindersJournal due 9-16Uncertainty Quiz 9-16Friday9-16-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply significant figure rules for calculationsOpening Activity: Compare and contrast good and poor measuring devices.Topics:Take Uncertainty QuizCollect JournalDiscuss Sig Fig practice problemsReview significant figure rulesHomework:Sig Fig practice problemsRemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Monday9-19-16Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements.Opening Activity: solve the following problems:a)8.08m x 45.9m =b)4.82m/1.372m =c)5.237m + 1.23m =d)10.34m -9.3m =Topics:Discuss HomeworkUnit ConversionsHomework:For every statement flashcardsRemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Tuesday9-20-16Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements using dimensional analysis.Opening Activity: 840 mL x = litersTopics:Discuss HomeworkDimensional AnalysisHomework:Unit conversion practice problemsRemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Wednesday9-21-16Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements using dimensional analysis.Opening Activity: 1.52 x 108 mm x x = kmTopics:Discuss HomeworkDimensional AnalysisHomework:Unit conversion practice sheet #1 select problemsRemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Thursday9-22-16Learning Target: Students will be able to convert units of measurements using dimensional analysis.Opening Activity:How many mg is 76.0 kg? Express your answer in scientific notation.Topics:Discuss HomeworkDimensional AnalysisMass Volume Pre-LabGraphical Analysis NotesHomework:Unit 1 Worksheet 6RemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Friday9-23-16Learning Target: Students will discover the relationship between mass and volume.Opening Activity: How many kilograms (kg) are there in 2.023 x 103 milligram (mg)?Topics:Discuss HomeworkMass Volume LabHomework:Unit 1 Worksheet 3RemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Monday9-26-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply density conceptually, graphically and mathematically.Opening Activity: What is the relationship between mass and volume?Topics:Discuss Homework 3Unit 1 Worksheet 4Homework:Unit 1 Worksheet 4RemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Tuesday9-27-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply density conceptually, graphically and mathematically.Opening Activity: Ethanol has a density of 0.789 g/cm3. What is the mass of 125 cm3 of ethanol?Topics:Discuss Homework Worksheet 4Unit 1 Worksheet 5Homework:Unit 1 Worksheet 5RemindersDensity Quiz 9-28Unit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Wednesday9-28-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply density conceptually, graphically and mathematically.Opening Activity:A student filled a graduated cylinder with water and read the meniscus at 25.8 mL. The student then dropped a solid material into the graduated cylinder and the water level rose to 35.9 mL. If the solid material had a density of 2.99 g/mL, determine the mass of the solid object.Topics:Density QuizUnit 1 ReviewHomework:Unit 1 ReviewRemindersUnit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Thursday9-29-16Opening Activity: The cup is a volume widely used by cooks in the U.S. One cup is equivalent to 237 cm3. One cup of olive oil has a mass of 216 g; what is the density of olive oil?Topics:Discuss Unit 1 ReviewWhite board study guideHomework:Unit 1 Study GuideRemindersUnit 1 Exam 9-30Journal due 9-30Friday9-30-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on unit 1.Opening Activity: Gold has a density of 19.3 g/ cm3. A cube of gold measures 4.23 cm on each edge: What is the volume of the cube?Topics:Hand in JournalDiscuss Study guideUnit 1 ExamHomework:NoneRemindersNoneMonday10-3-16Learning Target: Students will discover the kinetic molecular theory.Opening Activity: Draw a particle diagram for a solid, liquid and gas.Topics:Kinetic Molecular Theory LabWhite board results and debriefHomework: NoneUnit 2 Worksheet 1 in classRemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-14Tuesday10-4-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain compare and contrast solids, liquids, and gases.Opening Activity: Compare and contrast solids, liquids and gases.Topics:Solid Liquid gas Inquiry ActivityHomework:NoneRemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-14Wednesday10-5-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain pressure and particle behavior.Opening Activity: Explain how the AXE particles move throughout the classroom.Topics:Discuss HomeworkManometer NotesHomework:Unit 2 Worksheet 2RemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-14Thursday10-6-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain pressure, volume, and temperature at the particle level.Opening Activity: Explain the following terms: pressure, temperature, volume and STP.Topics:Discuss HomeworkGas Pre-lab pressure, volume, temperature, and # of particlesGas labHomework:Gas Post-Lab questionsRemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-14Friday10-7-16Learning Target: Students will discover the relationships between the gas variables.Opening Activity: Explain the relationships between pressure, temperature, and volume (include graphs).Topics:Discuss HomeworkGas Lab debrief white board and graphs representing relationshipsHomework:Write a paragraph describing the relationships between all of the gas variables (include graphs).RemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-14Monday10-10-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems.Opening Activity: A thermometer is placed in a beaker of cold water. Explain what is going on at the molecular level as the reading on the thermometer falls from 25˚C to 15˚C.Use a diagram to aid your explanation.Topics:Discuss HomeworkFinish Lab DebriefPVTn problemsHomework:Unit 2 Worksheet 3RemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-14Tuesday10-11-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems.Opening Activity: Sam’s bike tire contains 15 units of air particles and has a volume of 160mL. Under these conditions the pressure reads 13 psi. The tire develops a leak. Now it contains 10 units of air and has contracted to a volume of 150mL). What would the tire pressure be now? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final.Topics:Discuss HomeworkPVTn problemsHomework:PVnT Practice ProblemsRemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-13Journal due 10-14Wednesday10-12-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems.Opening Activity: A container of carbon dioxide has a volume of 260. cm3 at a temperature of 22°C. If the pressure remains constant, what is the volume at 44°C? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final.Topics:Discuss HomeworkPVTn problemsHomework:Unit 2 ReviewRemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-13Journal due 10-14Thursday10-13-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Unit 2 concepts.Opening Activity: A sample of gas occupies 825 ml at 26ºC and 942 mmHg. Find the volume of the gas at STP. Draw particle diagrams for initial and finalTopics:Discuss HomeworkWhite board study guideHomework:Unit 2 Study GuideRemindersUnit 2 Exam 10-13Journal due 10-14Friday10-14-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 2.Opening Activity: List the relationships between all of the gas variables.Topics:Discuss HomeworkUnit 2 examHomework:noneRemindersMonday10-17-16Learning Target: Students will be able to compare and contrast heat and temperature.Opening Activity: Define temperature.Topics:Journal dueEureka Video Heat vs. TemperatureIcy Hot LabHomework:Icy Hot Lab Post-lab QuestionsRemindersUnit 3 Quiz 10-21Unit 3 Exam 10-25Tuesday10-18-16Learning Target: Students will be able to create and analyze Energy Bar Graphs.Opening Activity: Draw and label the heating curve for water.Topics:Discuss Lab debrief Heating and Cooling Curves for waterDiscuss Energy Bar GraphsWorksheet 1Homework:Unit 3 Worksheet 2RemindersUnit 3 Quiz 10-21Unit 3 Exam 10-25Wednesday10-19-16Learning Target: Students will be able to connect energy graphs, energy bar graphs and energy equations.Opening Activity: A tray of water (20˚C) is placed in the freezer and turns into ice cubes (- 8˚C). Energy ChartTopics:Discuss HomeworkDiscuss Energy EquationsWorksheet 3Homework:Unit 3 Worksheet 3RemindersUnit 3 Quiz 10-21Unit 3 Exam 10-25Thursday10-20-16Learning Target: Students will be able to connect energy graphs, energy bar graphs and energy equations.Opening Activity: While you were “sweating” your chemistry test, water vapor evaporates from your body, absorbing 125 kJ of energy. (assume no temperature change). What mass of water evaporates?Topics:Discuss HomeworkReview Energy EquationsWorksheet 4Homework:Unit 3 Worksheet 4RemindersUnit 3 Quiz 10-21Unit 3 Exam 10-25Friday10-21-16Learning Target: Students will be able to connect energy graphs, energy bar graphs and energy equations.Opening Activity: A 60.0 g sample of liquid water at 0.0˚C ends up as ice at – 15.0 ˚C. How much energy is involved in this change?Topics:Discuss HomeworkUnit 3 QuizDiscuss Energy EquationsUnit 3 ReviewHomework:Unit 3 ReviewRemindersUnit 3 Exam 10-25Monday10-24-16Opening Activity: While you were “sweating” your chemistry test, water vapor evaporates from your body, absorbing 135 kJ of energy. (assume no temperature change). What mass of water evaporates?Topics:Discuss HomeworkUnit 3 Study GuideHomework:Unit 3 Study GuideRemindersUnit 3 Exam 10-25Tuesday10-25-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 3.Opening Activity: Compare and contrast Endothermic and Exothermic.Topics:Discuss HomeworkUnit 3 ExamHomework:NoneRemindersJournal due 10-28Wednesday10-26-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply separation techniques for mixtures.Opening Activity: Explain the following terms: decanting, extracting, filtration and distillationTopics:Mixture Separation LabHomework:Post Lab QuestionsRemindersJournal due 10-28Thursday10-27-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and classify matter.Opening Activity: Compare the mass of the sand before it was mixed to the mass after it was filtered.Topics:Lab debriefClassification of Matter NotesHomework:Unit 4 Worksheet 1RemindersJournal due 10-28Unit 4 Exam 11-2Friday10-28-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Avogadro’s Hypothesis.Opening Activity: Write the letter of the box whose contents best match the description.6. a mixture of molecules7. atoms of a pure metal8. molecules of an element9. a solid compound10. a mixture of elementsTopics:Unit 4 Worksheet 2Homework:Unit 4 Worksheet 3RemindersUnit 4 Exam 11-2Monday10-28-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Avogadro’s Hypothesis.Opening Activity:Suppose that one volume of gas A combined with two volumes of gas B to form one volume of product when measured at the same pressure and temperature. Sketch particle diagrams for molecules of gas A, gas B and the product; assume gases A and B are monatomic.Topics:Unit 4 Worksheet ReviewHomework:Unit 4 Worksheet ReviewRemindersUnit 4 Exam 11-2Tuesday11-1-16Learning Target: Students will be able explain and apply Avogadro’s Hypothesis.Opening Activity:Sketch a graph of temperature vs. time for the heating of a mixture of methanol and ethanol. The b.p. of methanol is 65°C and that of ethanol is 78°C.Topics:Unit 4 Worksheet Study GuideHomework:Unit 4 Worksheet Study GuideRemindersUnit 4 Exam 11-2Wednesday11-2-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 3.Opening Activity: Nitrogen and oxygen form several compounds. Two of these have the following mass composition.Compound A: 63.6 g of N and 36.4 g of OCompound B: 46.7 g of N and 53.3 g of Oa.Determine the value of the ratio in each compound. A B _b.How does the mass ratio for compound A compare to that in compound B?c.Sketch particle diagrams for the compounds of A and B that account for these mass ratios. Write the formula for the compound in each diagram.Topics:Unit 4 ExamHomework:NoneRemindersUnit 4 Exam 11-2Thursday11-3-16Learning Target: Students will be able to calculate masses of very small objects.Opening Activity: Explain relative mass.Topics:Bean LabHomework:Complete the Bean LabRemindersMole Quiz 11-9Unit 5 Exam 11-15Friday11-4-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions.Opening Activity:Calculate the relative mass of each coin as compared to the lightest.Topics:Counting AtomsAvogadro’s numberMoleMolar MassHomework:Unit 5 worksheet 2RemindersMole Quiz 11-9Unit 5 Exam 11-15Monday11-7-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions.Opening Activity: What is the mass of 0.015 moles of Ca(OH)2?Topics:Review Counting AtomsReview Avogadro’s numberReview MoleReview Molar MassHomework:Molar Conversion Practice problemsRemindersMole Quiz 11-9Journal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 11-14Final Exam Review due 11-15Tuesday11-8-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.Opening Activity: How many moles are in a 12.0 g sample of FeO?Topics:Review Molar Conversions WS 2 and Practice problemsPercent compositionEmpirical FormulasMolecular FormulasHomework:Start Unit 5 worksheet 3RemindersMole Quiz 11-9Journal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 11-14Final Exam Review due 11-15Wednesday11-9-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.Opening Activity: How many moles are in a 12.0 g sample of FeO?Topics:Mole QuizReview Percent compositionReview Empirical FormulasReview Molecular FormulasHomework:Finish Unit 5 worksheet 3RemindersJournal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 11-14Final Exam Review due 11-15Thursday11-10-16Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.Opening Activity: Oxalic acid is a compound used in paints. A sample of oxalic acid was found to contain 1.94 g of carbon, 0.160 g of hydrogen and 5.16 g of oxygen. The molar mass of oxalic acid is 90.0 g/mole. Determine the empirical formula and the molecular formula of this compound.Topics:Unit 5 reviewHomework:Unit 5 Review WorksheetRemindersJournal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 11-15Final Exam Review due 11-16Friday11-11-16Opening Activity: What mass of argon gas contains the same number of atoms as 24.3 g of magnesium?Topics:Empirical Formula LabHomework:Unit 5 Review WorksheetRemindersJournal dueUnit 5 Exam 11-15Final Exam Review due 11-16Monday11-14-16Opening Activity: What is the Empirical Formula for C9H18? Support with particle drawings for molecular and empiraical formulas.Topics:Le DebriefHomework:Unit 5 Study Guide WorksheetRemindersUnit 5 Exam 11-15Final Exam Review due 11-16Tuesday11-15-16Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 5.Opening Activity: How many atoms are in 25.0 g of bromine?Topics:Unit 5 ExamHomework:Final Exam ReviewRemindersFinal Exam Review due 11-16Journal due 11-18Wednesday11-16-16Learning Target: Students will review Chemistry A concepts.Opening Activity: The accepted value is 1.43. Which correctly describes this student’s experimental data precision and accuracy?Topics:Final Exam ReviewHomework:Study for the Final ExamRemindersJournal due 11-18Thursday11-17-16Learning Target: Students will review Chemistry A concepts.Opening Activity: What is the measurement for location marked by the arrow?Topics:Review Exams’ 1, 2 & 3Homework:Study for the Final ExamRemindersJournal due 11-18Friday11-18-16Learning Target: Students will review Chemistry A concepts.Opening Activity: The density of lead is 11.4 g/cm3. The density of gold is 19.3 g/cm3. Which line in the graph above represents lead?Topics:Review Exams’ 4 & 5Homework:Study for the Final ExamRemindersJournal due 11-18