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HW: Do first part of pre-lab for Guided Inquiry: What's in that Bottle? (title, lab partners, challenge, pre-lab questions #1 and 2) and finish building metallic model.

MU: Build Metallic Bonding Model and bring it in to present to Berwick and do first part of pre-lab for Guided Inquiry: What's in that Bottle? (title, lab partners, challenge, pre-lab questions #1 and 2).

 

HW:  None

MU: Do pre-lab for Guided Inquiry: What's in that Bottle?

 

HW: Pre-lab for Guided Inquiry: What's in that Bottle? (need to include procedure for each test your group is planning on doing supported by drawings, the MSDS for all substances used for testing, and a data table to record your results in)

MU: Come in after school to make up Guided Inquiry: What's in that Bottle? pre-lab testing, pre-lab for Guided Inquiry: What's in that Bottle? (need to include procedure for each test your group is planning on doing supported by drawings, the MSDS for all substances used for testing, and a data table to record your results in), present your metallic model to me after break, and have a great holiday!

 

HW: Finish What's in that Bottle? Investigation (for analysis do post lab questions-Day 2 #1-9 from link)

MU: Come in after school to collect data for What's in that Bottle? Investigation and finish the analysis and conclusion

 

HW: Finish missing assignments and work on Lewis Structure Practice Problems (more practice) for practice

 

MU: Come in before or after school to present your metallic solid model, ask questions about your What's in that Bottle Investigation and turn in, and do practice Lewis structure problems linked above.

 

HW: Finish released FRQs above (need to do at least 4 of the 5) and study for quiz.

 

MU: Do Lewis Structure Practice Problems more practice, ionic and covalent practice, and do released FRQs above.

 

HW: Write down 3 (or more) questions you have about bonding, types of bonds, structure of bonds, properties of various types of bonds, drawing structures, VSEPR Theory, polarity... anything from this unit :)

MU: Come in after school to take Molecular Geometry Quiz and do HW above.

 

HW: Watch Intermolecular Forces, Dipole Forces, London Dispersion Forces videos

MU: Get notes from someone in class, come in and get all your questions about bonding answered, and watch videos linked above.

 

HW:  Find an article on line about a large biological molecule or polymer that discusses the intermolecular interactions within the molecule. Then write a short summary about how the structure of the molecules and these interactions contribute to the function of the molecule in a biological system or the real world.

MU: Come in to make up activity, complete particle view drawings for each of the substances above and do HW.

 

HW:  Finish particles drawing of substances above or simulations to fully understand Intermolecular Attractions

MU: Get notes from someone in class, do particle drawing of substance in solution above, and do Intermolecular Attraction Simulations (see notes for finding simulations above).

After school AP Exam Review: Review Problems

 

 

HW:  Complete pre-lab for Investigation 5: How do you Separate Molecules that are Attracted to one Another? include all parts from rubric

MU: Get notes from someone in class and do pre-lab for Investigation 5: How do you Separate Molecules that are Attracted to one Another? include all parts from rubric

 

HW: Review post-lab questions so you can ask questions about them to properly answer them tomorrow

 

MU: Come in before school to get pre-lab checked off for Investigation 5: How do you Separate Molecules that are Attracted to one Another?

 

HW: Finish Investigation 5: How do you Separate Molecules that are Attracted to one Another?

 

MU: Come in before or after school to finish Investigation 5: How do you Separate Molecules that are Attracted to one Another?

 

HW: Finish pre-lab for Investigation #1: What Is the Relationship Between the Concentration of a Solution and the Amount of Transmitted Light Through the Solution?

 

MU: Do particle drawing above, do pre-lab as described above Investigation 1: What Is the Relationship Between the Concentration of a Solution and the Amount of Transmitted Light Through the Solution?

 

HW: Finish pre-lab testing questions and procedure for Investigation #1: What Is the Relationship Between the Concentration of a Solution and the Amount of Transmitted Light Through the Solution?

 

MU: Investigation #1: What Is the Relationship Between the Concentration of a Solution and the Amount of Transmitted Light Through the Solution?

 

HW: Finish for Investigation #1: What Is the Relationship Between the Concentration of a Solution and the Amount of Transmitted Light Through the Solution?

 

MU: Investigation #1: What Is the Relationship Between the Concentration of a Solution and the Amount of Transmitted Light Through the Solution?

 

AP Chemistry Review: Concept Outline (Starting on pg 16-18)

 

HW: Study for Test and complete all assignments for Bonding and Intermolecular Forces Test. Possible FRQ questions include (you will be answering two that are already chosen) 2005A #6, 2006B #6, 2006A #7, 2006A #6, 2008A #6, 2010A #5, 2011A #5, 2012 #5, 2013 #6, and 2014 #5. Scoring Guides

MU: Study for Test, complete all assignments for Bonding and Intermolecular Forces Test, and use resources linked above for FRQs.

 

HW: Study for Test and complete all assignments for Bonding and Intermolecular Forces Test. Possible FRQ questions include (you will be answering two that are already chosen) 2005A #6, 2006B #6, 2006A #7, 2006A #6, 2008A #6, 2010A #5, 2011A #5, 2012 #5, 2013 #6, and 2014 #5. -Scoring Guides

MU: Study for Test, complete and turn in all assignments for Bonding and Intermolecular Forces Test, and use resources linked above for FRQs.

 

HW: Study for possible FRQ questions (you will be answering two that are already chosen) 2005A #6, 2006B #6, 2006A #7, 2006A #6, 2008A #6, 2010A #5, 2011A #5, 2012 #5, 2013 #6, and 2014 #5. -Scoring Guides

MU: Study for FRQ portion of Test using resources linked above.