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HW: Finish AP FRQ linked above, read Ch 4 pgs 149-153, watch Solution Stoichiometry Video Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 and/or Chapter 4 PowerPoint Notes pg 21-22 and take notes in review book or notebook.

MU: Do Question of the Day, review PowerPoint pages above and do HW.

  

HW: Work on textbook assignment, Read Ch 4 pgs 135-142, watch Redox Reaction Video and/or Chapter 4 PowerPoint Notes pgs 15-18 and take notes.

MU: Do the problems in the conjugate acid base link above, read Titration section in textbook starting on pg 150, and do all textbook problems above.

 

HW: Work on textbook assignment

MU: Come in for help if you do not understand, get notes from someone in class,  get assignments checked off and do HW.

 

HW: Take notes on the 12 Principles of Green Chemistry pick one  and explain in your own words how this principle shifts chemistry toward more environmentally conscious practice.

MU: Review  Activity Series of Metals and go through Activity Series Simulation and do HW.

 

HW:  Finish all missing work

MU: Review Green chemistry Investigation Linked above and finish missing assignments

 

HW: Study for Chapter 1 - 4 Test using resources above

MU: Study for Chapter 1 - 4 Test using resources above

 

 

HW: Study for Chapter 1 - 4 Test using resources above

MU: Study for Chapter 1 - 4 Test using resources above

 

HW: Study for FRQ portion of test using resources above

MU: Come in after school to make up Chapter 1- 4 Test and get assignments checked off

 

HW: Finish reading "A Light of a Different Color" Chem Matters article and write down what is meant by the following terms in the article, black light, florescence, an excited state, a ground state, phosphorescence, triboluminescence, and electromagnetic spectrum, and then explain how these ideas have been used in the world outside our classroom. 

 

MU: Come in before or after school to finish Chapter 1- 4 Test, and get  "A Light of a Different Color" Chem Matters article from Berwick to read and write down what is meant by the following terms in the article, black light, florescence, an excited state, a ground state, phosphorescence, triboluminescence, and electromagnetic spectrum, and then explain how these ideas have been used in the world outside our classroom.

 

HW: Finish textbook assignment and read Chapter 6 pgs 211-234, watch Atomic Models Video, Light and Matter Video, Quantum Mechanical Model Video (or Atomic Theory Part 1, Part 2 , Part 3 and  Part 4) or Review Chapter 6: Electronic Structure of Atoms pgs 1-16 and take notes.

MU: Come in after school to get help with anything you do not understand, review Chapter 6: Atomic Structure through page 6, do textbook assignment and watch linked videos above.

 

HW: Read Chapter 6 pg 218-224 Do #5, 22, 24 and watch any video you didn't last night

MU: Review PowerPoint pages and do HW.

 

HW: Study for wavelength, frequency and energy quiz and watch Electron Configuration Video

MU: Come in before or after school to get any questions answered on HW, review linked pages above, study for quiz and watch video.

 

 

HW:  Watch the PES Tutorial , bring any questions to class on Monday, start Electron Configuration of 10 Elements Handout

MU: Come in after school to make up Wavelength, Frequency and Energy Quiz, get notes from someone in class or review,  try to do complete electron configurations on Electron Configuration of 10 Elements Handout and review PES Tutorial linked above.

 

HW: Study for Electron Configuration Quiz and watch Periodicity Video

MU: Come in after school to get notes from someone in class, do textbook assignment, study for electron configuration quiz and watch Periodicity Video

 

HW: Find as many things to be thankful for and if you need a taste of chemistry, watch  Tour of the Periodic Table Video

MU: Come in after school to make up Electron Configuration Quiz and get notes from someone in class.

 

 

HW: Continue research about what factors inside or between molecules that affect each property to add to your index cards. Can use Explore trend on Periodic Table website and finish filling out comparison chart

MU: Create index cards as described above for each of the atomic properties listed above and fill out comparison chart by adding each of the factors that affect the properties in the the left hand column. Then put a check mark in the table for each property that is affect by that property.

 

HW: Study for Periodic Trends Quiz

MU: Check your sketches for each trend and comparison chart with someone in class, study for Periodic Trends Quiz.

 

HW: Try to do AP Free Response Release Exam Questions above and/or start Review for Chapter 6 and 7 Test

MU: Copy notes from someone in class, try to do AP Free Response Release Questions above and/or start Review for Chapter 6 and 7 Test.

 

 

 

 

 

 

HW: Read through the procedure for Empirical Formula for the Synthesis of Copper Iodide and do pre-lab

MU: Read through the procedure for Empirical Formula for the Synthesis of Copper Iodide and write down purpose, do pre-lab questions, and make data table to collect data in.

 

HW: Finish calculations at the end of the handout and conclusion using rubric.

MU: Come in after school to make up Empirical Formula for the Synthesis of Copper Iodide.

 

HW: Study for Quiz, and finish AP Exam Questions

MU: Get questions answered about lab, come in to do 1990 AP Exam question and do 2008 AP Exam Question #2 for practice, and study for Empirical Formula Lab Quiz.