Honors Chemistry Agendas

Agenda January 16-18

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We will be reviewing for the final exam this week.  Our final exam will be on Thursday January 24th from 8:10-10:10 am.

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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  • Submit Gas law lab
  • Gas stoichiometry problem set due tomorrow
  • Gases and Their Properties exam tomorrow; 50 m.c. questions
  • Begin review: exam outline
  • Objectives journal due tomorrow
  • Tutoring today after school from 3:15-4:15

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  • Questions on Gas stoichiometry problems?
  • Notes: Effusion and Diffusion
  • Notes: Graham’s Law
  • Read pages 206-214
  • Gas stoichiometry problems due Tuesday
  • Gas Law lab due Monday
  • Gases and their Properties exam on Tuesday
  • Tutoring Monday after school from 3:15-4:15

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  • Gas Lab debrief; lab due tomorrow
  • Begin Gas stoichiometry (notes, concept checks)
  • Read 190-194
  • Gas stoichiometry problem set; do all practice problems (pages 186 and 189) for tomorrow; all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-3 due on Tuesday

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  • Discuss Placement test #2 test date
  • Notes: Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
  • Concept Check
  • Read 194-199
  • Gas Law Lab quiz tomorrow; see lab handout in Edmodo
  • Know the variables for the lab: independent, dependent, and control variables

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  • Review FRQ from Stoichiometry exam
  • Review select questions from multiple choice section
  • Return assignments
  • Corrections
  • Submit Ideal Gas law problem set; (final due date tomorrow)

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  • Notes: Ideal Gas Law
  • Read 185-190
  • Do Ideal Gas Law problem set Due Thursday; do practice problem #2 page 174 and Additional problems 1-6
  • Submit Gas law problem set #1

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  • Notes: Charles’ Law, Boyle’s Law and Avogadro’s law
  • Gas Phenomena
  • Concept Check: Boyle’s and Charles’ Law
  • Gas Law problem set; due Tuesday (All practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-5)

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  • Notes: Kinetic Molecular theory
  • Read 181-185
  • Gas Law problem set; due Tuesday; practice problems p. 149 #1, 153 #1, 161 #1 & 2 and Additional problems #1-3, 5, 7, 8, 12.

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  • Empirical Formula lab due tomorrow
  • Lab quiz on tomorrow: know definitions from lab, be able to answer questions from the procedure, solve an empirical formula problem
  • M.C. portion of test today; FRQ problems on tomorrow

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  • Questions on problem sets?
  • Lab debrief: Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide; lab due Thursday; post lab quiz on Thursday
  • Stoichiometry unit exam tomorrow; m.c. tomorrow; frq on Thursday
  • Begin Gases: notes
  • Gas Phenomena
  • Read 179-181

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  • Return problem sets
  • Complete Lab: Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide; lab due Thursday; post lab quiz on Thursday
  • Stoichiometry unit exam on Wednesday

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  • Submit Percent Composition problem set
  • Questions on Percent Yield practice problems?
  • Do % Yield Additional Problems #s 1-2 due Friday
  • Stoichiometry exam on WednesdayDec. 12

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  • Submit Limiting reactant problem set
  • Notes: Percent Yield
  • Percent Yield problem set due Friday
  • Do Percent composition problem set due on Wednesday (All practice problems and Additional Problems #s 1-2)

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  • Questions on Empirical Formula problem set? Complete Additional Problems #1 and 2 (due Friday)
  • Limiting reactant problem set: do practice problems (Additional problems #s 1-4 will be due next Tuesday)
  • Read pages 106-113

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  • Notes: Stoichiometry and Empirical Formulas
  • Sample problems for Empirical and Molecular formulas
  • Do Empirical formula and Molecular formula problem set; all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1 & 2; due Friday
  • Stoichiometry Problem set due

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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.  You can finish the following lesson at home on your day off! Same due date applies.
  • Have a safe thanksgiving break!   
  • Continue work on Stoichiometry problem set; due Tuesday November 28th

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  • Submit Mole Concept problem set
  • Stoichiometry Problem set (Practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-4); must be done on lined paper showing all work to receive full credit; due Monday November 26th
  • Full version including solved sample problems available in problem set folder in Edmodo

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  • Submit Equations w.s.
  • Mole concept
  • CRM Moles
  • Mole concept problem set (Due Thursday November 15th); do all practice problems and Additional problems # 1-5

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  • Complete notes on Types of reactions
  • Questions on worksheet?
  • Submit “Balancing chemical equations” w.s.
  • Do “Predicting Products of Chemical reactions” due tomorrow

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  • Warm-up (CRM)
  • Notes: Oxidation numbers and Types of chemical reactions (CP Chemistry)
  • Continue work with Balancing chemical equations; w.s. due on Thursday

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  • Warm-up: Resonance structures
  • Do in-class quiz; you may use your PTE, textbook,  N-A = S sheet, but no other resources; due today
  • Correct question 67 on page 385 using N-A=S equation
  • VSEPR models
  • Notes on VSEPR
  • Read 367-379

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  • Concept Check review from Friday
  • Concept check
  • Do question 67 on page 385 using N-A=S equation
  • Continue work on Lewis Structures
  • Lewis Structure Quiz tomorrow

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  • What is the trend for electronegativity?  What are the exceptions?
  • Review concept check from end of the lesson yesterday
  • Review reading assignment. Questions?
  • Continue bonding notes

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  • College Week presentation #2: Should I do EA or ED or Regular Admission?
  • Electromagnetic spectrum video
  • Submit Flame test lab
  • PTE review worksheet due tomorrow

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  • Complete assignment from yesterday
  • Read pages 293-294 (section 7.6)
  • Read pages 302-309 (section 7.11)
  • Read pages 279-281 on the Photoelectric effect
  • Watch video from Bozeman science on the photon (the link can be found in your video folder in Edmodo)

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  • Complete assignment from Friday
  • Write the electron configuration for elements 21-30
  • Discuss Aufbau Principle
  • Discuss the Pauli exclusion principle
  • Discuss Hund’s Rule
  • Draw orbital notation diagrams for elements 10-20

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  • Notes: Quantum numbers
  • Write the Electron configuration for the first 20 elements
  • Write the Nobel gas configuration for the first 20 elements
  • Van deGraaf Generator

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  • Continue Nomenclature practice; complete w.s. from yesterday; exchange and correct
  • Do “Naming of Non-binary compounds” and “Naming compounds (Mixed)”; due tomorrow

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  • Submit Oxidation number w.s. (2)
  • Chemical Nomenclature: using your textbook and periodic table as a resource, complete the worksheets with the correct names and formulas

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  • How has the model of the atom changed from the solar system model?
  • Which postulates of Dalton’s atomic theory are no longer valid?
  • Notes: Ions
  • Read 57-66
  • Questions on Oxidation # w.s. (2)?; due tomorrow

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  • Notes: Oxidation numbers
  • Read pages 155-160
  • Apply the concept of oxidation numbers to chemical nomenclature (writing the names of formulas)
  • Complete the two worksheets by using the information found in your reading and notes

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  • Review assignment from Friday
  • Using a white board, summarize the parts of an atom
  • Select three atoms to diagram
  • List mass number, atomic number, # of p+, n, e-
  • Review trends on the periodic table for Wednesday
  • Unit exam 1 tomorrow

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  • Return unit 1 packets and correct
  • Begin Unit 2 notes: atoms and the periodic table
  • Be prepared to explain how each of the historical contributors to our current model of the atom provided evidence in support of the model or law that they are known for
  • Exam Tuesday; formulas to memorize: density, temperature and metric conversions

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  • Correct temperature conversion problems from text (#s49-52)
  • Do density problems from text (#s53, 55)
  • Practice problems from end of chapter (#s 25, 27, 29, 31, 35, 37, 45)
  • Submit Temperature conversion problem set from yesterday; correct

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  • Complete safety protocols; submit safety contract
  • Submit Scientific notation packet; correct packet
  • Do Temperature conversion problem set #s 1-8; show your work for full points; due tomorrow
  • Pair share and brainstorm: How and why are these calculation used in chemistry?

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  • Scientific notation packet due tomorrow
  • Begin safety protocols
  • Do Temperature conversions page 33 & 34 #s 49-52; due tomorrow
  • Read pages 19-25 (temperature and density)
  • Do sample problems in section 1.7 and 1.8

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  • Review of metric conversions
  • Syllabus check
  • Continue work on significant figues problem set; due tomorrow
  • Questions on scientific notation problem set? Due on Tuesday

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Review Course syllabus: take home to parents to have signed by early next week

Review Course outline

Discuss Course expectations

Placement test #1 tomorrow