Chemistry In The Earth System Agendas

Agenda January 15-18

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We will be reviewing for the final exam this week.  The period 4 final exam will be on Tuesday January 22nd from 10:17-12:17 and the period 6 final exam will be on Thursday January 24th from 10:17-12:17.

Friday January 18th is a minimum day (students are released at 12:16) and the minimum day schedule is in effect the week of January 22-25.

Monday January 28th is the first day of the second semester.  First semester grades will be available by this date.

Agenda

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  • How is our combustion experiment a model for Global Warming?
  • Re-visit original questions: What is energy, how is it measured, and how does it flow within a system?
  • What mechanisms allow us to utilize the energy of our foods and fuels?
  • Tutoring today after school from 3:30-4:30
  • Video: Global Warming (NASA)

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  • Discuss lab CER; questions?
  • Brainstorm: how are some of the ways that we could improve this experiment?
  • Lab groups: draw a picture of the lab set-up showing improvements
  • Whole class discussion: how does this experiment relate to global warming?

Objectives

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  • Given the concept of chemical reactions, you will be able to describe the reaction between an alkali metal and water and prove by writing a balanced chemical equation correctly.
  • You will be able describe the properties of the atom and prove by answering questions correctly.

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Please note: the school district has cancelled school today and the make-up day will be scheduled at a different time. 

Have a safe Thanksgiving break!

• Chemical Bonding lab will be due on Monday on return from break.
•view reaction of sodium and water and be prepared to answer prompt question on Monday
•Video: Atoms and Bonding; answer questions on sheet and submit at the end of the period. This video may be viewed in class when we return from break or re-scheduled for the make-up day.

Objectives

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  • Given the concept of chemical reactions, you will be able to describe the reaction between an alkali metal and water and prove by writing a balanced chemical equation correctly.
  • Given the concept of bonding, you will be able to describe the distinct properties of each type correctly.

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•Bonding quiz
•Bonding lab due tomorrow
•Do Chapter 6 section 4 w.s., due today
•Bonding lab post-lab quiz on Tuesday after Thanksgiving break; know: how to draw Lewis structures and structural formulas from the lab, what the parts of the lab kit are used for (the ones discussed in the lab), and what are the functional groups in alcohols.
•View video on the reaction of sodium and water in Edmodo; be prepared to answer the question in class from the video (asked in the post in Edmodo)

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  • Notes: Metallic Bonds
  • Correct 1-4 page 196
  • Bonding lab tomorrow
  • Bonding quiz on Thursday; know: types of bonds, properties of bonds, how to draw Lewis dot structures, how electronegativity is used to determine bond type, octet rule, how to determine the number of valence electrons

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  • Submit Mole Problem set
  • Complete Lab; lab debrief
  • Correct 1-6 page 87
  • Begin Stoichiometry problem set; do all practice problems (due tomorrow); do Additional Problems #s 1-3 on lined paper showing all your work and units, boxing final answer; due Friday
  • Read 299-301; do 1-4 page 301; due tomorrow

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  • Mole concept questions?
  • Mole Concept problem set due tomorrow
  • Read lab: Stoichiometric and Gravimetric analysis (see pages 326 and 327 in textbook; see also page 846),
  • Stoichiometric and Gravimetric analysis lab quiz tomorrow; you should know the following: definitions from objectives, type of reaction, safety hazards, safety precautions, and the procedure for reagent disposal

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  • Stoichiometry notes
  • Do Mole Concept problem set; due Wednesday; do all practice problems in the blank spaces on the problem set; do “Additional problems” (#s 1-3) on lined paper showing all work and boxing final answer
  • Read pages 77-87; do 1-6 page 87; due tomorrow

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  • Correct “Writing formulas from names” and “Naming binary compounds”; homework check /4
  • Do 1-5 page 284; due tomorrow
  • Do “Balancing Chemical Equations” w.s.; due tomorrow
  • Do “Types of Chemical Reactions” w.s.; due tomorrow

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  • Last submission time for “Balancing Chemical equations” w.s. entitled “Word equations”
  • Correct 1-3 page 235; homework check /1
  • Correct Practice problem B #s 1-3 page 268; do Practice problem C #s 1 & 2 page 272; do Practice problem E #1 page 274; due tomorrow; homework check /2
  • Notes: Types of Chemical equations
  • Read 276-284

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  • Complete second side of “Balancing Chemical equations” w.s. entitled “Word equations” and submit
  • Do Practice problem B #s 1-3 page 268; do Practice problem C #s 1 & 2 page 272; do Practice problem E #1 page 274; due tomorrow
  • Do “Writing formulas from names” and “Naming binary compounds”; due Wednesday

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  • Review work from Wednesday and Thursday
  • Homework check Monday for all sheets
  • Read 232-235
  • Do 1-3 page 235: due Tuesday
  • Read 262-274
  • Do Practice problem B #s 1-3 page 268; do Practice problem C #s 1 & 2 page 272; do Practice problem E #1 page 274; due Tuesday

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  • Notes: Chemical Equations (handout)
  • Correct Practice problems: #1 & 2 page 223, #1 & 2 page 225, #1 & 2 page 227
  • Notes: Balancing Chemical Equations (h.o.)
  • Do questions from both note sheets; due Friday
  • Do Balancing Chemical Equations w.s. (side 1 only); due Friday

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  • Complete notes on Quantum numbers
  • Quantum number concept check
  • Assignment: write the electron configuration for the elements numbers 1-20; write the Noble gas configuration for the same elements; compare with your seat partner (only when done) and discuss
  • Do 1-5 page 122; due tomorrow

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  • College Week presentation #2: what should I do to improve my application
  • View videos on Composition of Stars
  • Complete notes on Stars
  • Notes: Quantum Mechanics and Numbers
  • Read 111-122
  • Atoms, Elements, and Molecules exam on Tuesday (Oct. 16)

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  • Complete Flame test; lab debrief; lab due tomorrow
  • Begin notes on Stars
  • Quiz on Friday: know properties of atoms, trends (patterns) in the PTE (ionization energy, electronegativity, atomic and ionic size, mass, atomic number), groups and periods, subatomic particles and their discoveries, Dalton’s atomic theory.

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  • Flame test lab quiz
  • Flame test lab; lab due Friday
  • Quiz on Friday: know properties of atoms, trends (patterns) in the PTE (ionization energy, electronegativity, atomic and ionic size, mass, atomic number), groups and periods, subatomic particles and their discoveries, Dalton’s atomic theory.

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  • Complete notes on Ions
  • Lab Quiz tomorrow; know: class of elements we are testing (see objectives on page 130), the difference between an electron in an excited state vs. ground state, the safety hazards (page 130) and the precautions we should take to protect ourselves (page 130 and tying back long hair)
  • Video: How to use a spectroscope
  • Update Data book
  • Correct Assignments

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  • Safety Contract due
  • Correct 1-8 from page 57; homework check /2
  • Submit Scientific notation problem set; correct
  • Summarize math concepts
  • Create lab groups
  • Brainstorm a method to calculate the mass of an object without a balance
  • Write a question for the exploration of your method; justify with a claim
  • Tutoring available today after school

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  • Safety contract due tomorrow
  • Submit Metric system problem set; correct Metric system problem set
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Questions on Scientific notation problem set? Packet is due tomorrow
  • Do 1-8 from page 57 in text; due tomorrow
  • Sig Figs additional practice; due Thursday

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  • Notes: Scientific notation
  • Review pages 50-52 in your textbook
  • Scientific notation problem set: do all practice problems; do “Additional problems” #s 1-4 on a separate sheet of paper; due Wednesday
  • Metric system problem set due tomorrow

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  • Submit CER for the science that you chose
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Read 44-52 in textbook
  • Do practice problems #1 & 2 page 45; #1 & 2 page 48; due tomorrow
  • Rounding and significant figures problem set; due Friday