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May 2020

Daily Objectives week of 5-26 to 5-29

By Honors Chemistry

Tuesday

  • to be able to solve Redox problems

Wednesday

  • To show how to predict the order of electrolysis of the components of a mixture.
  • To discuss the manufacture of aluminum, the chlor-alkali process, and other industrial applications of electrolysis.

Thursday

  • To quantify how to calculate the relationship between cell potential and cell concentration.

Friday

  • To quantify how to calculate the relationship between cell potential and cell concentration.

Daily Objectives week of 5-26 to 5-29

By Chemistry In The Earth System

Tuesday

  • Given the concept of standard temperature and pressure, you will be able to apply these values in a gas problem correctly.

Wednesday

  • Given the concept of Boyle’s law, you will be able to solve problems involving the law and prove by solving practice problems correctly.

Thursday

  • Given the concept of Boyle’s law, you will be able to solve problems involving the law and prove by solving practice problems correctly.

Friday

  • Given the concept of the ideal gas law, you will be able calculate pressure, volume, temperature, or amount of gas when the other three quantities are known.

Daily Objectives week of 5-26 to 5-29

By AP Biology

Tuesday

  • The student will be able to describe examples of how animals have adapted to life on land.

Wednesday

  • To determine how the physiology of other vertebrates differs from human and mammal physiology.

Thursday

  • To determine how the physiology of other vertebrates differs from human and mammal physiology.

Friday

  • To determine how the physiology of other vertebrates differs from human and mammal physiology.

Agenda week of 5-26 to 5-29

By Honors Chemistry

Tuesday

  • submit Redox problem set

Wednesday

  • Notes: Electrolysis
  • Read pages 816-826

Thursday

  • Do Electrochemistry problem set; do practice problems page 316 #s 1 & 2, page 317 #s 5 & 6, page 320 #s 1 & 2, and Additional problems #s 1-4, 11, & 12; this is not for submission

Friday

  • Complete Electrochemistry problem set; do practice problems page 316 #s 1 & 2, page 317 #s 5 & 6, page 320 #s 1 & 2, and Additional problems #s 1-4, 11, & 12; this is not for submission

Agenda week of 5-26 to 5-29

By Chemistry In The Earth System

Tuesday

  • Notes: Standard temperature and pressure
  • Notes: Temperatures and gases

Wednesday

  • Notes: Gas Laws
  • Read 369-372
  • Do Practice problems #1 page 370 and #s 1 & 2 page 372

Thursday

  • Correct Practice problems #1 page 370 and #s 1 & 2 page 372
  • Notes: Gas Laws
  • Do 1-6 page 375

Friday

  • Correct 1-6 page 375
  • Do Gas law problem set #1: do practice problems page 149, 153, 161 and Additional problems #s 1-5 page 167. This is for practice only, not submission

Senior Stoles

By California Scholarship Federation
Students Receiving Stoles:

Alexander Kim
Amanda Hy
Amantina Rossi
Boi-San Nguyen
Boi-Van Nguyen
Brian Huang
Pradipa Chao-Pech
Hien Trinh
Kai Dieng
Kyle Lam-Thatch
Leslie Molina
Liliana Tapuro
Lilian Morrison-Jaime
Luke Whetstone
Mirjana Knepprath
Mitch Zheng
Nadia Enriquez
Samuel Robinson
Samuel Prieto-Serrano
Serena Parker-Young-Dahl
Trinity Dunbar
Urial Covarrubias
Wesley Veiga
Zarafsha Khan

Daily objectives May 18-22

By AP Biology

Monday

  • See AP Biology Course and Exam Description Units 1-6

Tuesday

  • The student is able to describe illustrative examples of the transitions that plants have made to adapt to life on land.
  • The student is able to describe the functions of roots, stems, and leaves in the transport of materials through the plant body

Wednesday

  • The student is able to describe illustrative examples of the transitions that plants have made to adapt to life on land.
  • The student is able to describe the functions of roots, stems, and leaves in the transport of materials through the plant body

Thursday

  • The student will be able to describe examples of how animals have adapted to life on land.

Friday

  • see quiz topics
  • The student will be able to describe examples of how animals have adapted to life on land.

Daily objectives May 18-22

By Chemistry In The Earth System

Monday

  • Given the concept of global warming, you will be able to list ways that human activities have increased atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration

Tuesday

  • Given the kinetic theory of matter, you will be able to describe how it explains the properties of matter.

Wednesday

  • Given the concept of gases, you will be able to explain how gas molecules are affected by pressure and how they diffuse through the air correctly.

Thursday

  • Given the concept of global warming, you will be able to describe the major effects of the concept

Friday

  • Given the concept of the carbon cycle, you will be able to explain how carbon is produced and recycled and prove by showing correct examples.
  • Given the concept of the water cycle, you will be able to describe how water is cycled through the Earth system and prove by illustrating the pathway

Daily objectives May 18-22

By Honors Chemistry

Monday

  • To distinguish between a galvanic cell and an electrolytic cell.
  • To define cell potentials.

Tuesday

  • To define cell potentials.

Wednesday

  • To define cell potentials.

Thursday

  • See course expectations

Friday

  • To define cell potentials.
  • To discuss the composition and operation of commonly used batteries.
  • To explain the electrochemical nature of corrosion and describe some means for preventing it.