NOTE: I posted the schedule for all the work I sent out in last Friday’s packet (4/23). You can complete it as you see fit, but it is all due by 5/15 at 4 pm. If you are having problems getting into the Google classroom, please email, call, or text me. I’ll put together a grade sheet this week, so you can keep up with how you are doing.
Last Six Weeks – Week 3:
4/27 Monday – Read the Annotated Solutions Notes Slides 12-17 and fill in the corresponding notes on page 3 of the fill-in notes.
4/28 Tuesday – Complete the CH2 Review Quiz and the Solutions Crossword (this is one grade). Submit your answers in the Google form, send me pictures, or if you have the packet, just answer on the pages provided.
4/29 Wednesday – Read the Annotated Solutions Notes 21-34. Finish the Fill-in-the-blank notes pages 3-4. Submit or a grade either by either email, upload, sending me a picture, or sending back the paper copies.
4/30 Thursday – Fun lab: if you have the materials, I’ve included Lab Techniques Good Enough to Eat. We would have done this in class…it works best with whole milk, 2% will work, but it will be more icy/less creamy. Complete Chapter 20 Concept Review WS (both sides are one grade).
5/1 Friday – Please complete Testing your Knowledge of Acids and Bases this worksheet is just a pretest for the last unit. Submit your answers in the Google form, send me pictures, or if you have the packet, just answer on the pages provided.
Last Six Weeks – Week 4:
5/4 Monday – Read slides 1-10 of the notes and complete the accompanying fill-in notes.
5/5 Tuesday – Read the Naming Acids Notes. Complete the Naming Acids worksheet. Submit your answers in the Google form, send me pictures, or if you have the packet, just answer on the pages provided. Due on 5/15 by 4 pm.
5/6 Wednesday – Read Slides 11-15 and complete the accompanying fill-in notes. Complete the H3O+ and OH- Concentrations worksheet. This is half the 1st half of a grade for this week. Submit your answers in the Google form, send me pictures, or if you have the packet, just answer on the pages provided. Due on 5/15 by 4 pm.
5/7 Thursday – Read slides 16-21 and complete the accompanying fill-in notes. Complete the pH and pOH worksheet. This is the 2nd half of a grade for this week. Submit your answers in the Google form, send me pictures, or if you have the packet, just answer on the pages provided. Due on 5/15 by 4 pm.
5/8 Friday – I SPY Extreme Chemistry Challenge. This activity can count as three grades. Due on 5/15 by 4 pm.
Last Six Weeks – Week 5:
5/11 Monday – Another day to work on your I SPY Activity. Still due 5/15 by 4 pm.
5/12 Tuesday – Read slides 22-24. Finish the accompanying fill-in notes. Submit as an attachment, send me pictures, or if you have the packet, just answer on the pages provided. Due on 5/15 by 4 pm.
5/13 Wednesday – Complete the Chapter 23 Study Guide. Submit as an attachment, send me pictures, or if you have the packet, just answer on the pages provided. Due on 5/15 by 4 pm.
5/14 Thursday – Put your finishing touches on your I SPY Activity. Still due 5/15 by 4 pm.
5/15 Friday – No new assignments today or for the rest of the semester.
Last Six Weeks – Week 1:
4/13 Monday – Read/review the Avogadro’s Law and Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures Notes
4/14 Tuesday – Work on practice problems. These are not for a grade, they are just for practice. I will post a key for these on Thursday.
4/15 Wednesday – Read/review the Ideal Gas Law Notes and work on Ideal Gas law WS. Due 4/26 by 11:59 pm.
4/16 Thursday – Gas Laws Project. This major grade is due by 5/8 at 4 pm.
4/17 Friday – Work on your project.
Last Six Weeks – Week 2:
4/20 Monday – Read Annotated Solutions Notes Slides 1-8. Complete the Fill-in-the blank notes page 1. Complete Solutions Worksheet. Due 4/26 by 11:59 pm.
4/21 Tuesday – If you have the supplies, complete the Polarity vs. nonpolarity activity. Use a very small glass or glass measuring cup instead of a beaker.
4/22 Wednesday – Complete the solubility curves worksheets. Due by 4/26 11:59 pm.
4/23 Thursday – Read the Annotated Solutions Notes Slides 9-13. Complete the Fill-in-the-blank notes page 2 through the middle of the page. Complete the five molarity problems on the left side Molarity (M) Molality (m) worksheet. These are only for practice – not for a grade.
4/24 Friday – Read the Annotated Solutions Notes Slides 19-20. Finish the Fill-in-the-blank notes page 2. Complete the five molality problems on the Molarity (M) Molality (m) worksheet. These are only for practice – not for a grade.
*** Don’t lose the annotated notes or the fill-in-the-blank notes. You will need them for week 3.
Remember, your project is due next week in two more weeks if not sooner!!!!
COVID-19 Week 4
4/10 Friday – Holiday End of the fifth six weeks. Enjoy your long weekend!!!
4/9 Thursday – Please read Gas Laws Notes Part 2 and complete the eight problems on the Charles’ Law side of the Boyles and Charles’ Law worksheet. Due on 4/16 by 11:59 pm.
4/8 Wednesday – Please read Gas Laws Notes Part 1 and complete the eight problems on the Boyle’s Law side of the Boyles and Charles’ Law worksheet. Due on 4/15 by 11:59 pm.
4/7 Tuesday – Start the KMT and Gas Laws Web Quest. Due on 4/14 by 11:59 pm.
4/6 Monday – Please read KMT Notes. Complete the Pressure Conversions and Temperature Conversions Practice. The key will be posted on Thursday.
COVID-19 Week 3
4/3 Friday – Please complete the worksheet: Nuclear Reaction Matching. Due 4/9 by 11:59. Remember Next week is the last week of the six weeks.
4/2 Thursday – Please open the class spreadsheet and use the class data to answer the questions for the Half-life Lab Part 2. Due 4/9 by 11:59 pm.
4/1 Wednesday – Please complete the Graphing Exercises using the GraphPaper_Two grids per page.pdf print as many as you need. Hopefully you can turn these in to me in person next week, if not, we’ll cross that bridge later. Due: 4/7 by 11:59 pm.
3/31 Tuesday – Please practice graphing with the two posted graphing assignments: Graphing Diameter and Circumference and Graph - Mice. This is just practice I will post a key that you can check your work against Wednesday morning.
3/30 Monday – Please open and read the pdf notes on Good Graphing.
COVID-19 Week 2 – Not everything is loaded in the Google class. I would check back on Tuesday if you are trying to sit and do all of the week’s work at one time.
3/27 Friday – Please write a paragraph (3-5 sentences minimum) about things in the survey that you learned from someone you interviewed, something you looked up, and/or something you’d like to learn more about related to nuclear discoveries, power, weapons, medicine, or waste. This assignment on is a Google form called About Nuclear.
3/26 Thursday – Working half-life problems. Please go to this web page: https://www.gcse.com/radio/halflife.htm and click through the half-life pages (the pages load slowly-there are 7 pages/screens) or watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAsmY4ocWSA and then work the problems on the Nuclear Web Quest. Submit by emailing me a selfie of you with the work/answers. I miss seeing you!
3/25 Wednesday – Half-life Lab Day 2. Please enter your data on the class spreadsheet on the Google class page. We’ll graph your data and the class data as well as answer the concluding questions next week.
3/24 Tuesday –Today is Half-life Lab Day 1. Today you will use the two-sided objects that you found last week. Open the lab, read it, collect data, and record it in a data table. If you have younger siblings, they could help you sort, group, and count items. If you have older siblings, they could work on fractions, percents, and probability with you and this activity. Or you could just close yourself in your room and get done quickly. J
3/23 Monday – Check your work on the Nuclear Equations Worksheet. The key can be found on the Google class page. Please read pages 49-51 in the chapter 4 pdf posted last week or watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opjJ-3Tkfyg for an introduction to nuclear half-life.
COVID-19 Week 1 –
3/20 Friday – Please complete the following survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N5ZCF9R We will continue next week by exploring the concepts of half-life and nuclear decay.
3/19 Thursday – So I didn’t post the worksheet yesterday. I have posted a link to a short video outside of Khan Academy on the Google class page for today. I have also uploaded a worksheet for you to practice balancing nuclear equations. Tomorrow I’ll let you know how I’d like to receive your completed work.
**If you have not watched the Khan Academy videos, I reassigned them with a due date of 3/22/20 11:59 pm.
3/18 Wednesday – If you did not complete the survey for two adults yesterday, please do this today. Then, read Chapter 4 pages 43-49. The pages, some videos (assigned in Khan Academy), and an assignment (one in Khan Academy and I am working on the one out of Khan Academy) will be posted on the Google class page. If you aren’t able to print the assignment, copy it on paper and upload a picture of your work for me to see/grade.
3/17 Tuesday – a) Take the survey on the google class page. This is a participation grade (i.e. no right or wrong answers). b) After you have taken the survey, phone a friend who isn’t in chemistry, and ask them the questions to get their answers. Record and submit the form a second time. c) This evening think about two adults that you could call/ask the questions in the survey. One must have been born before 1950. This is a good time to check on elder relatives or maybe elder members of your church or a civic group. Be courteous, check on their welfare, explain that this survey is for a school project, go through the questions with them, recording their answers, listen attentively, take notes on any stories they may share with you, submit their survey, and thank them for helping you. **Ideally, doing your assignments as they come up is best, but if you need through the weekend to complete the adult surveys, I understand. Do not put your health or anyone else’s health at risk to complete this activity.
3/16 Monday – Today's assignment is to search in the out of the way places for pennies, poker chips, buttons (not on clothing, but off), bingo discs, jigsaw puzzle pieces, or some other binary (two-sided) object. Alternately, a deck of cards, or even dice from a board game will work.