Chemistry

Week 4

9-26 Monday Calculations with Metric Stair

  • 3.1 Vocab & p.72 #9-15
  • WKST: Scientific Notation & Sig Figs

9-27 Tuesday

  • Grade WKST
  • Notes
  • WKST Metric #1

9-28 Wedneday

  • QUIZ: Scientific Notation & Sig Figs.
  • Grade WKST Metric #1
  • WKST Metric #2

9-29 Thursday Multi step Calculations

  • Quiz #1 Factor Label
  • Notes
  • WKST Conversion Practice

9-30 Friday

  • Grade WKST
  • Quiz #2 Factor Label
  • Lab: Marble Roll

Week 3

9-19 Monday Review for Test Ch 2

  • Grade p.57 Ch Review

 

9-20 Tuesday Test Ch 2 & Start Significant Figures

  • Test Ch 2
  • 3.2 Sig Figs

9-21 Wednesday Scientific Notation, Error, Significant Figures

  • Element quiz #10
  • Test Corrections
  • Grade Vocab & rules
  • 3.1 Notes
  • p.68-71 #1-8

 

9-22 Thursday

  • Element quiz #11
  • Finish 3.1 Notes
  • p.68-71 #1-8
  • R 56-61; R61 #1-7

 

9-23 Friday

  • Element quiz #12
  • Grade p. 68-71 & R61
  • 3.1 Vocab & p.72 #9-15

Week 2

9-12 Monday Discuss Matter Ch 2

  • Element Quiz #3
  • Quiz chapter 1 Open Note
  • Finish p. 23 Bubbles
  • 2.1 Vocab. & #1-8 in Complete Sentences

9-13 Tuesday Discuss Mixtures & Pure Substances 2.2 & 2.3

  • Element Quiz #4
  • Grade 2.1
  • 2.2 & 2.3 Vocab.,

 

9-14 Wednesday

  • Turn in LABS P. 5 & 23 and Element Quiz #5
  • Grade 2.2 & 2.3 Vocabulary only
  • p. 45 Quick Lab (Title, Purpose, Observations, All Questions)
  • p. 47 #11-12, 14, 16 and p. 52 #20-24. 27

 

9-15 Thursday Discuss Chemical Changes Ch 2.4

  • Turn in p. 45 Quick Lab
  • Element Quiz #6
  • Grade p. 47 & 50
  • 2.4 Discuss Vocab., #28-33

 

9-16 Friday Review for Test Ch 2

  • Element Quiz #7
  • Grade 2.4
  • p. 57 #36,39,41,43-44,46-47,50,54,57-58,60-64,67
  • Test Tuesday Chapter 2

Week 1

9-6 Tuesday

Handouts (3) & Books; Elements & Periodic Table

9-6 Wednesday (Seating Chart)

  • Books must be covered by next week
  • Review Elements & Lab Equipment
  • Discuss Chapter 1
  • Read Chapter 1 and Take Notes on the following (Due: Monday)

1. Identify and describe 5 traditional areas of study in chemistry.

2. Identify at least three reasons to study chemistry.

3. Describe some areas of research affected by chemistry.

4. Write the steps in the scientific method.

5. Explain why collaboration and communication are important in the sciences.

9-8 Thursday

  • Review Elements
  • Element Quiz #1
  • Safety in Lab R 80-81
  • Math Assessment
  • Finish Notes

9-9 Friday

  • Review Elements
  • Element Quiz #2
  • Quick Labs p. 6 Include the following: Title, Observations (Follow all procedures), All Questions