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Review HW problems Ch 8 #66, 68, 70, 72
Predict what you think a graphs of
Heat of Crystallization
Temp vs Time energy is added to frozen water at -5ͦ C would look like and why?
Discuss Phase Changes of Water
HW: Finish past assignments and watch Enthalpy of Phase Changes Video Part 1 and Part 2
MU: Do Journal Entry in learning intentions, review comparison of ways to calculate enthalpy table linked above, do past textbook assignments and watch videos linked.
Enthalpy of Phase Change Demo (burning dollar bill)
what happened? why?
discuss boiling water in paper cup
Sample/Practice Questions
HW: Read Chapter 11 pages 449-452 and Do #34, 38, 39, 40 (optionals 33, 35, 36, 37, 41 a for extra practice) and Watch Second Law of Thermodynamics and Entropy Videos (optional: Enthalpy Review Questions )
MU: Do the journal entry in the learning intentions and the AP writing equation question, review PowerPoint above pages 1-8 and do HW.
Review textbook assignment Ch 11 #34, 38, 39, 40
Discuss and set short term, measurable goals for this next week
Wipe board drawing of a solid and a liquid
relate to randomness
Start Chapter 19 Notes: Spontaneous Processes, Entropy and the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics (pages 1-14)
Discuss Spontaneous Processes
Entropy Demos
do an example (food coloring in water) and then have each table group come up with one
Brainstorm ways to increase Entropy
Continue Chapter 19 Notes (pages 19-30)
do practice problems in PowerPoint
Entropy Equations pg 833
HW: Read Chapter 19 pages 802-808 and Do #10, 40, 42, 46, 50 (optionals #39, 41, 43, 47, 49) and study for Entropy Quiz.
MU: Review journal entry from learning intentions, set a short term measurable goal, review Chapter 19 Notes through page 30 and do practice problems within, do HW and study for Entropy Quiz.
Review HW problems Ch 19 #10, 40, 42, 46, 50
Entropy Quiz
take, grade and discuss
Enthalpy of Phase Changes and Bond Enthalpy Quiz to check understanding of concepts (not graded)
HW: Chapter 19 #56 (only calculate ΔH˚ and ΔS˚), and watch Gibbs Free Energy Video (Khan Academy) and/or Spontaneous Processes, Using Gibbs Free Energy (Mr. Anderson), and/or Enthalpy, Entropy and Gibbs Free Energy Videos (Sams and Bergmann) Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4
MU: Come in after school to make up Entropy Quiz, come in to get help with any questions/HW you have, get assignment checked off, do HW problem and watch linked videos.
Review Questions from videos
Continue Chapter 19 Notes: Gibbs Free Energy (pages 32-39)
Sample problems in PowerPoint
HW: Read Chapter 19 pages 819-825 Do #52, 54, 56, 58 (optionals 60, 62)
MU: Do AP Writing Equation Question, review PowerPoint pages above, and do textbook assignment.
Review textbook assignment Ch 19 #52, 54, 56, 68
Review AP Free Response Questions 2013 #3 2007 Form A #2 a,d,e, 2006 Form A #2 b,c,d, 2006 From B #3 a,d, 2005 Form A #8 a-c
HW: Finish AP FRQ released questions
MU: Do AP released FRQs linked above
Review AP FRQs
Activities to practice determining and explaining the sign of ΔH, ΔS, ΔG
Whoosh Bottle
Thermite Demo - Discuss Thermite Demo Video
NI_{3} Demo Video
Barium Hydroxide and Ammonium Nitrate Demo Video
Hydrogen/Butane Bubbles Demo Video
Melting Ice
Discuss Activities to practice determining/analyzing ΔH, ΔS, ΔG
HW: Finish ΔH, ΔS, ΔG Analysis for Demos and watch Gases Video.
MU: Watch demo videos linked above, come in before or after school to go through demos so you can determine ΔH, ΔS, ΔG questions, get assignment checked off and watch video linked above.
1st Period
Finishing reviewing demos
Questions from video
Start Chapter 10: Pressure and Gas (page 1-13)
Use Syringes to explore Gas Properties
Use Syringe, Gas Pressure Sensor, Go Link and Computer to explore Gas Properties (relationship between pressure and temperature, relationship between pressure and volume, pressure and number of molecules)
Draw particle representations and graphs of what you discover
Discuss deriving equations from experimental results and determine one for each relationship you explore
HW: Finish particle drawings, graphs and equations
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above, come in before or after school to make up Gases Exploration.
2nd Period
Review textbook assignment #54, 56, 58 and AP FRQs
Activities to practice determining and explaining the sign of ΔH, ΔS, ΔG
Whoosh Bottle
Thermite Demo - Discuss Thermite Demo Video
NI_{3} Demo Video
Barium Hydroxide and Ammonium Nitrate Demo Video
Hydrogen/Butane Bubbles Demo Video
Melting Ice
Discuss Activities to practice determining/analyzing ΔH, ΔS, ΔG
HW: Finish ΔH, ΔS, ΔG Analysis for Demos and watch Gases Video.
MU: Watch demo videos linked above, come in before or after school to go through demos so you can determine ΔH, ΔS, ΔG questions, get assignment checked off and watch video linked above.
1st Period
Review exit slip and particle drawings, graphs and equations from explorations.
Continue Chapter 10: Pressure and Gas (page 14-21)
Collapsing Can Demo for volume and temperature relationship
HW: Finish Ideal Gas Law Problems Problems (optionals #30, 34, 36, 38, 46, 40)
MU: Review PowerPoint Notes, Complete the Gas Law Problems with in the PowerPoint and do HW.
2nd period
Finishing reviewing demos
Questions from video
Start Chapter 10: Pressure and Gas (page 1-13)
Use Syringes to explore Gas Properties
Use Syringe, Gas Pressure Sensor, Go Link and Computer to explore Gas Properties (relationship between pressure and temperature, relationship between pressure and volume, pressure and number of molecules)
Draw particle representations and graphs of what you discover
Discuss deriving equations from experimental results and determine one for each relationship you explore
HW: Finish particle drawings, graphs and equations
MU: Review PowerPoint pages above, come in before or after school to make up Gases Exploration.
1st Period
Review exit slip and HW problems
Continue Chapter 10 Notes: Gas Laws (pages 22-30)
do pre-lab
HW: Finish pre-lab, as described above, for Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab
MU: Review Notes and do do pre-lab for Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab.
2nd Period
Review exit slip and particle drawings, graphs and equations from explorations.
Continue Chapter 10: Pressure and Gas (page 14-21)
Collapsing Can Demo for volume and temperature relationship
HW: Finish Ideal Gas Law Problems Problems (optionals #30, 34, 36, 38, 46, 40)
MU: Review PowerPoint Notes, Complete the Gas Law Problems with in the PowerPoint and do HW.
1st Period
check off pre-lab
review procedure
set up materials and collect data for two trials
start analysis questions
HW: Finish analysis questions and conclusion for lab and study analysis questions 1-3 and 6 for Lab Quiz on Friday.
MU: Come in after school to make up lab (read through lab, do pre-lab before coming in).
2nd Period
Review exit slip and HW problems
Continue Chapter 10 Notes: Gas Laws (pages 22-30)
do pre-lab
HW: Finish pre-lab, as described above, for Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab
MU: Review Notes and do do pre-lab for Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab.
1st Period
Review Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab analysis problems and conclusion
finish collecting data if you did not yesterday
Review AP Free Response Questions 2009 Form A #2
HW: Finish lab, review AP Free Response Question above, and study analysis questions 1-3 and 6 for Lab Quiz on Friday.
MU: Turn in lab, come in after school to make up lab quiz, and do the AP Free Response Question above.
2nd Period
check off pre-lab
review procedure
set up materials and collect data for two trials
start analysis questions
Review AP Free Response Questions 2009 Form A #2
HW: Finish analysis questions and conclusion for lab, review AP Free Response Question above and study analysis questions 1-3 and 6 for Lab Quiz on Friday.
MU: Come in after school to make up lab (read through lab, do pre-lab before coming in) and do the AP Free Response Question above..
Review Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab analysis problems and conclusion
Determining Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab Quiz
take, grade and discuss
Do Volume of Hydrogen Produce when Magnesium Reacts with HCl Demo
get mass of 3 cm piece of Magnesium, wrap with copper wire and put into eudimeter tube with water and HCl allow to react, predict how much hydrogen gas will be produced using stoichiometry and then determine how accurate you were using combined gas law and law of partial pressures
Finish Chapter 10 Notes: Review Partial Pressures and Kinetic Theory pages 31-43
Work on textbook assignment Chapter 10 #6, 8, 61, 76
Turn in Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid Lab
HW: Finish textbook assignments Chapter 10 #6, 8, 61, 76 and start on Review for Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam
MU: Turn in lab, come in after school to make up lab quiz, and do textbook assignment.
Review HW problems Ch 10 #6, 8, 61,76
Finish Chapter 10 Notes: Review Partial Pressures and Kinetic Theory pages 31-43
Chapter 11: Phase Diagrams
Triple point Demo with CO_{2}
Start Chapter 11 pages 453-458 and Do #6, 53, 54, 56
HW: Read Chapter 11 pages 453-458 and Do #6, 53, 54, 56 and work on Review for Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam
MU: Do Question of the Day, Review PowerPoint Notes above and do HW.
March 21^{st}, 2017 (Half Day for Student Led Conferences)
HW: Finish all missing assignments and work on Review for Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam
MU: Work on missing assignments and Review for Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam
Review exit slip from Monday and HW problems Ch 11 #6, 53, 54, 56
Answer questions from Review for Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam
Check off missing work
HW: Review for Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam. (Free Response Questions to study: Thermochemistry 2013 #3, 2010 Form A #2, 2007 Form A #2acde, 2006 Form A #2a-d, 2004 Form A #2, 2002 Form A #5, 2001 #2a,bii,c-e and Gas Laws:2009 Form A #2, 2012 #2, 2011 Form B #2)
MU: Review for Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam. (Free Response Questions to study: Thermochemistry 2013 #3, 2010 Form A #2, 2007 Form A #2acde, 2006 Form A #2a-d, 2004 Form A #2, 2002 Form A #5, 2001 #2a,bii,c-e and Gas Laws:2012 #2, 2011 Form B #2, 2009 Form A #2)
Thermochemistry and Gas Law Exam: MC
All assignments due from this unit
HW: Free Response Questions to study: Thermochemistry 2013 #3, 2010 Form A #2, 2007 Form A #2acde, 2006 Form A #2a-d, 2004 Form A #2, 2002 Form A #5, 2001 #2a,bii,c-e and Gas Laws:2009 Form A #2 ,2012 #2, 2011 Form B #2
MU: Come in after school to start the Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam: MC and study Free Response Questions: Thermochemistry 2013 #3, 2010 Form A #2, 2007 Form A #2acde, 2006 Form A #2a-d, 2004 Form A #2, 2002 Form A #5, 2001 #2a,bii,c-e and Gas Laws:2009 Form A #2, 2012 #2, 2011 Form B #2
Finish Thermochemistry and Gas Law Exam: MC
Thermochemistry and Gas Law Exam: FRQ
HW: Start reviewing for AP Exam Big Ideas 1-3 and 5 and Watch Reaction Rates Video and Activation Energy Video to introduce our next unit:)
MU: Come in after school to finish the Thermochemistry and Gas Laws Exam: MC and take the FRQ, start review for AP Exam Big Ideas 1-3 and 5, then watch Reaction Rates Video to introduce our next unit.
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