Welcome to Honors Chemistry!
November 19 - Tuesday
  1. Experimenting in Infrared
    • Experiments start tomorrow
    • Data/Observations: This is where you record the data for your experiment/activity
    • Post-Lab Questions:
      • For each of your classmates presentations, complete the following in Post-Lab Questions section:
        • Names of Presenters
        • Experiment / Activity 
        • Results and Outcomes - What did we learn

November 18 - Monday
  1. Experimenting in Infrared  
    • Experiments start tomorrow - you must have all of your research and equipment together before class starts tomorrow.

November 15 - Friday
  1. Scientific Naming Ceremony!!
  2. FLIR Infrared Scavenger Hunt  
      • Day 1: Brainstorming
          • I work with FLIR to explore ways that infrared cameras can be used to "see" things like they've never been seen before! For me, the fun is in figuring out how science can also be artistic and interesting through the use of infrared cameras. 
          • In this activity, together we get to explore the world in a way like nobody has seen it before - we get to experiment with infrared!
        1. Brainstorm experiments or activities you could perform during a class period to see if infrared would show us something we've never seen before. (examples: Invisible Labs)
        2. Think big, think crazy, but also think about what you could do safely at school (there are limitations!). The goal is to see something nobody has ever seen before! We will record it and share the best ones with all of the chemistry classes.
        3. Basically, think of a testable question that can only be answered by using the an Infrared Camera - it is OK if it doesn't work out as planned when you perform the experiment. 
          • Click here to fill out the form.
      • Day 2: Start a new lab in your lab notebook titled "Infrared Scavenger Hunt"
        1. Select a suggestion from your class period as something you can test in IR. 
        2. You will perform the experiment, demonstration or activity with the class.
        3. Check with Beals before continuing.
        4. Write a testable question based on the suggestion.
        5. Write down the suggested image or experiment AND the name of the person who entered it.
        6. Write down a detailed plan (procedure) for getting an image/video of the suggestion. (Include materials). You will be performing your experiment or activity for the class so make sure you are prepared and have done your research!  
        7. Check with Beals before continuing.
      • Day 3: Do it! (only after you have approval)
        1. Record it with the FLIR T540 and Sony Video Camera. 
        2. Answer your question based on your findings

November 14 - Thursday
  1. Radon Sign Up Today!
  2. Hand back all papers
  3. Atomic Theory Post Test Analysis
    1. Test hand back
    2. Test Survey
    3. Teacher Evaluation Survey
    4. Fill out pink Assessment Retake Form - there is no re-take but this form is for you to understand the correct answers to the ones you've missed. It is an assignment. You will be given a grade.
      1. If you need more room, staple you own paper to the back of the pink sheet.
      2. Staple all of your extra papers and your test to the back of your pink sheet.
      3. Turn it in on Friday.
  4. FLIR Infrared Scavenger Hunt  
      • Day 1: Brainstorming
        • I work with FLIR to explore ways that infrared cameras can be used to "see" things like they've never been seen before! For me, the fun is in figuring out how science can also be artistic and interesting through the use of infrared cameras. 
        • In this activity, together we get to explore the world in a way like nobody has seen it before - we get to experiment with infrared!
          1. Brainstorm experiments or activities you could perform during a class period to see if infrared would show us something we've never seen before. (examples: Invisible Labs)
          2. Think big, think crazy, but also think about what you could do safely at school (there are limitations!). The goal is to see something nobody has ever seen before! We will record it and share the best ones with all of the chemistry classes.
          3. Click here to fill out the form.
      • Day 2: Start a new lab in your lab notebook titled "Infrared Scavenger Hunt"
        1. Select a suggestion from your class period as something you can test in IR.
        2. Check with Beals before continuing.
        3. Write a testable question based on the suggestion.
        4. Write down the suggested image or experiment AND the name of the person who entered it.
        5. Write down a plan for getting an image/video of the suggestion. (Include materials)
        6. Check with Beals before continuing.
      • Day 3: Do it! (only after you have approval)
        1. Record it with 
        2. Answer your question based on your findings.

November 13 - Wednesday
  1. Quiz: Periodic Law

November 12 - Tuesday
  1. Extra Credit opportunity: The Elements Song
    • Memorize the song
    • Sing it from memory in a public place
    • Record you signing it and bring into class
    • Earn 20 points!!
  2. Grade Periodic Table and Periodic Law Review assignment (from yesterday)
  3. Quick Quiz - Periodic Table
  4. Study for Periodic Table and Periodic Law Quiz tomorrow
This week:
  • Wednesday: Quiz - Chapter 6: Periodic Table
  • Thursday:
    1. Hand back all papers
    2. Atomic Theory Post Test Analysis
      1. Test hand back
      2. Test Survey
      3. Teacher Evaluation Survey
      4. Fill out pink Assessment Retake Form - there is no re-take but this form is for you to understand the correct answers to the ones you've missed. It is an assignment. You will be given a grade.
        1. If you need more room, staple you own paper to the back of the pink sheet.
        2. Staple all of your extra papers and your test to the back of your pink sheet.
        3. Turn it in on Wednesday.

November 11 - Monday
  1. Turn in Radon assignment
  2. Lecture: Periodic Table and Periodic Law
    • Slides 86 - the end
  3. Assignment - Due Tuesday
    • Chapter 6 - Periodic Table Chapter Review
      • p186-189: #26,31,32,34,36,37,38,39,44,45,47,56,64; p191 #1-9

November 8 - Friday
  1. Radon Monitoring Project - Introduction
    • Click "Radon Monitoring Project" in "Honors Chemistry Links" to the right.
    • Assignment: Complete the Questions in the "What is Radon? Is it Harmful?" section of the RADON AT HOME INSTRUCTIONS sheet. 

November 7 - Thursday
  1. No Shave November!! (Last chance to jump in on the fun!)
  2. Lecture: Periodic Table and Periodic Law
    • Slides 25 - 85
  3. Tomorrow: Radon Monitoring Project - Introduction

November 6 - Wednesday
  1. No Shave November!! (we are starting a little late this year...)
  2. Round Table - How have the last few days gone?
    1. PSLE
      • As a team, you and your partner will have 20 minutes to answer all of the following questions:
      • Science: #1,3,6,8,26
      • Math: **START ON PAPER 2 Pg 16** #5,8,13,14,16
  3. Lecture: Periodic Table and Periodic Law
    • Slides 25 - ?

November 4,5 - Monday, Tuesday

November 1 - Friday
  1. Lab Activity: It's Element-Al
    • All of the elements have been put away. If you did not get to make observations for one of them, check with your lab partner or another group for help.
    • Finish your data table. Today is the last day to work on the table(s).

October 31 - Thursday
  1. The Science of Halloween!

October 30 - Wednesday
  1. Lab Activity: It's Element-Al
    • This lab will continue on Friday. On Friday, please work hard and be kind to the sub.
    • Do not open any of the containers unless there is a note telling it is ok.

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October 29 - Tuesday

October 28 - Monday
  1. Video: Hunting the Elements 
  2. Nominate TWIRP Royalty: bit.ly/BSHTWIRP

October 25 - Friday
  1. Unit Test - Nuclear Radiation and Electromagnetic Radiation
    • Test Rules
      • No Electronics - turn them off, put them in your backpack.
      • No Talking - I will let you know when it is ok to talk again.
      • One person per table.
      • Turn in all testing materials on the front table when finished.
      • Work on Post-Labs and Conclusions when you are finished with the test.

October 23/24 - Wednesday/Thursday
  1. Unit Test Review - Nuclear Radiation and Electromagnetic Radiation
    • Assignment Due Friday - Every question must be completed
      • Atomic Structure - Chapter 4 Assessment (starts on pg 122)
        • #41,42,51,53,64
        • Pg 125 #1-9
      • Nuclear Radiation - Chapter 22 Assessment (starts on pg 900)
        • #35,36,37,38,39,50,51,52,57,59,61
      • Electrons in Atoms - Chapter 5 Assessment (starts on pg 152)
        • #35,36,38,39,41,45,46,47,51,52,56,63,66,72
        • Pg 157 #1-14
  2. If you complete the assignments, finish Post-Lab and Conclusion. If you run out of time the lab will need to be completed on your own time - Surrounded by Science!

October 22 - Tuesday
  1. Lab Activity Day 3 - Surrounded by Science!
    • Finish the Post-Lab and Conclusion on your own time

October 21 - Monday
  1. Grade Electron Configuration Assignment
  2. Lab Activity - Surrounded by Science!
  3. I want to share the following videos because this adventure with Vsause3 has been a crazy ride!!

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    October 17-18 - Thursday/Friday
    1. No School - Teachers have meetings!

    October 16 - Wednesday
    1. First of all - ENJOY your 4 day weekend! Get some rest, catch your breath, and find some time to relax!
    2. Lecture: Lewis Dot Structures
      • Watch the video lecture and take notes.
    3. Assignment: Due Monday
      • Write the Electron ConfigurationNoble Gas Configuration and the Electron Dot Structure for the following:
        1. Li
        2. Be
        3. B
        4. C
        5. N
        6. O
        7. F
        8. Ne
        9. Na
        10. Mg
        11. Al
        12. Si
        13. P
        14. S
        15. Cl
        16. Ar
    4. Lab Activity will continue on Monday - Surrounded by Science!

    October 15 - Tuesday
    1. Lab Activity - Surrounded by Science!
    October 14 - Monday
    1. PLUG IN YOUR CHROME BOOKS EVERY TIME!!
    2. Lecture: Electron Configuration
    3. Assignment Due Tomorrow
      • Ch5.1 p132 #1-6
      • Ch5.2 p136 #8,9
    4. Post-Lab (on your own time): Atomic Spectra Lab

    October 11 - Friday
    1. Lab: Atomic Spectra Lab
    2. PLUG IN YOUR CHROME BOOKS EVERY TIME!!!!

    October 10 - Thursday
    1. Pre-Lab: Atomic Spectra Lab
      • Lab is tomorrow
    2. Lecture: Atomic Spectrum
      • Missed Lecture? Read/Notes- 
        • Ch 5.1 Atomic Model Spectra p128-132
        • Ch 5.2 Electron Arrangement in Atoms p134-137
        • Ch 5.4 Explanation of Atomic Spectra p 144-148

    October 9 - Wednesday
    1. STEM Society Meeting Today at 2:09 in this room (rm 223)!!!! Join us! Bring a friend! 
    2. Turn in assignment
    3. Pre-Lab: Atomic Spectra Lab
      • Lab on Friday
    4. Post-Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test 

    October 8 - Tuesday
    1. Lecture: Electrons and Light - Particle Nature of Light, Quantum, Photons
      1. Missed Lecture? Read/Notes- Ch 5.4 Quantum Concept and Photons p142-144
    2. Assignment - Chapter 5 Electrons - Due Tomorrow
      • Pg 133 #1
      • Pg 141 #15,16
      • Pg 144 #17,18
    3. Post-Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test 

    October 7 - Monday
    1. Lecture: Electrons and Light
      • Missed Lecture? Read/Notes- Ch 5.3 Atomic Emission Spectra p138-141
    2. Post-Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test 

    October 4 - Friday
    1. Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test 

    October 3 - Thursday
    1. ACT Prep
    2. Pre-Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test 

    October 2 - Wednesday
    1. Quiz Remediation - Get 'er done! (see Tuesday for info)
      • Must be done by Friday 3:00pm
      • Check answers to Remediation Worksheet
    2. Turn in Nuclear Radiation assignment
    3. Read and take notes on Atomic Structure and Nuclear Radiation
      • Chemistry book:
        • Chapter 4: Atomic Structure (102-111)
        • Chapter 25: Nuclear Chemistry (pg 876-886)

    October 1 - Tuesday
    1. Lecture: Atomic Structure and Radiation and Radioactive Decay (see videos posted on Monday)
    2. Assignment: Nuclear Reaction Worksheet (click to view)
      • Due tomorrow
    3. Hand back quiz
    4. Quiz grades
      • Did you score below an 80%? You are required to do the remediation below. Including videos or help, worksheet and quiz retake.

    SIG FIG, METRICS, DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS QUIZ REMEDIATION
    **All remediation must be completed by 3:00pm this Friday (October 4)
    1. Evaluate your quiz and determine which areas you need help. Watch the video(s) below corresponding to where you need more help. Put the important information in your notes.
    2. Complete the Remediation Worksheet entirely.
    3. Check your answers with Beals. Get help if needed.
    4. Once completed, turn in the worksheet and show Mr. Beals your notes. This is proof that you have made an effort to remediate.
    5. Take the: Significant Figures, Metrics and Dimensional Analysis Remediation Quiz
      • Quiz will take about 30 minutes.
      • Quiz Re-Take times:
        • Tuesday -  lunch, after school
        • Wednesday - before school
        • Thursday - before school, lunch, after school
        • Friday - before school, lunch




    September 30 - Monday
    1. Grade Quiz: Sig Figs and Dimensional Analysis
    2. Lecture: Atomic Structure and Radiation and Radioactive Decay
      • Gone today? Click the lecture links above to watch the lecture. Take good notes!

    September 27 - Friday
    1. Grade Quiz: Sig Figs and Dimensional Analysis Moved to Monday
    2. Video: Einstein's Big Idea - E=mc2
      • Watched from beginning to ?? minutes.
      • Keep notes on each person who contributed to science and what they contributed.

    September 26 - Thursday
    1. ACT Prep?
    2. Hand back all papers
      • Headings? Put one on every assignment
      • Do not recycle papers until you have checked your grade in the grade book - then recycle or keep
    3. Vote for Homecoming Royalty: http://bit.ly/BSHHoCo19
    4. Video: Einstein's Big Idea - E=mc2
      • Watched from beginning to 1 hr 30(ish) minutes.
      • Keep notes on each person who contributed to science and what they contributed.

    September 25 - Wednesday
    1. Lab Notebooks Due
    2. Video: Einstein's Big Idea - E=mc2
      • Watched from beginning to 37 minutes.
      • Keep notes on each person who contributed to science and what they contributed.

    September 24 - Tuesday
    1. STEM Society Executive Board
      • Interested in being an Executive Board Member?
        • Fill out an application - turn it in to Mr. Beals by Wednesday, October 2nd @ 2:09pm.
    2. Quiz: Dimensional Analysis and Significant Figures
      • Quiz / Test Rules
        • One person per table
        • No talking until everyone has turned in their quiz
        • No electronic devices of any kind
        • Turn in quiz papers at the front when finished
        • Work on something else when you are done with the quiz
        • Breathe. Always breathe. It is important to breathe.
    3. Lab Notebooks due tomorrow

    September 23 - Monday
    1. STEM Society Executive Board
      • Interested in being an Executive Board Member?
        • Fill out an application - turn it in to Mr. Beals by Wednesday, October 2nd @ 2:09pm.
    2. Demo: Disappearing Water - Science or Magic?
    3. Dimensional Analysis Worksheet - DUE
      • This is preparation for the rest of the course and for the Quiz on Tuesday.
    4. Lab Notebooks Due Wednesday
      • All labs, post labs and conclusions must be completed when class starts Wednesday
    5. Quiz - Tomorrow - Significant Figures and Dimensional Analysis
    6. Study? Do practice problems and freshen up on content with the videos below:
      • Assignment - Due Tomorrow
    7. Need more review? Watch the lecture videos:

    September 20 - Friday
    1. Dimensional Analysis Worksheet
      • Due Monday
      • This is preparation for the rest of the course and for the Quiz on Tuesday.
    2. Lab Notebooks Due Wednesday
      • All labs, post labs and conclusions must be completed when class starts Wednesday
    3. Quiz - Tuesday - Significant Figures and Dimensional Analysis

    September 19 - Thursday
    1. Mixture Lab Challenge 
      • Bring lab shoes.

    September 18 - Wednesday
    1. Mixture Lab Challenge 
      • Bring lab shoes.
      • PreLab must be finished before class starts.

    September 17 - Tuesday
    1. Dimensional Analysis Lecture - Practice problems
      • Miss class today? Watch a video of the lecture here.
    2. Mixture Lab Challenge - Tomorrow
      • Pre-Lab must be complete when you arrive in class.
      • Bring lab shoes.
    3. Post Lab and Conclusion: Chromatography Lab - CheMystery 
      • Feel free to grab your chromatography papers from the back if you need them to help you write the conclusion. Be sure to return them to your lab locker.
    4. Lab Notebooks due in a little over a week - do not procrastinate!

    September 16 - Monday
    1. Due / Grade: Metric Conversion Worksheet
      • Evens Only
      • You MUST show your work and cancel the units! Remember, this is step one of Dimensional Analysis and you need to know the process before we jump into crazy chemistry conversion
    2. Post Lab and Conclusion: Chromatography Lab - CheMystery 
      • Feel free to grab your chromatography papers from the back if you need them to help you write the conclusion. Be sure to return them to your lab locker.
    3. Pre-Lab: The Mixture Lab Challenge
      • Due Wednesday at the start of class.
      • A sample cup of a mixture is on the front table for you to look at.

    September 13 - Friday
    1. Watch and take notes: Dimensional Analysis 1: Introduction to Metric Conversions
    2. Watch and take notes: Dimensional Analysis 2: Metric Conversions
    3. Assignment: Metric Conversion Worksheet
      • Evens Only
      • Due Monday
      • You MUST show your work and cancel the units! Remember, this is step one of Dimensional Analysis and you need to know the process before we jump into crazy chemistry conversion
    4. Postlab and Conclusion: Chromatography Lab

    September 12 - Thursday
    1. Lab: Chromatography Lab
      • Pre-Lab is due tomorrow
      • Bring lab notebook and appropriate shoes to class tomorrow.

    September 11 - Wednesday
    1. STEM Society Meeting Today
      • 2:09pm in this room (room 223).
      • Meeting will be about 20 minutes and will inform you about STEM Society and Letter in Science
      • www.STEMSociety.org
    2. Nominate Homecoming Royalty
    3. Due: CheMath - Significant Figures
      1. From yesterday: Watch "Significant Figures and Significant Digits - The Rules" and take good notes - you will use these rules all year!
      2. From yesterday: Complete the Significant Figures Worksheet on your own. DUE TOMORROW.
    4. Pre-Lab: Chromatography Lab
      • Pre-Lab is due tomorrow
      • Bring lab notebook and appropriate shoes to class tomorrow.

    September 10 - Tuesday
    1. Bowling Ball Cannon?!
    2. STEM Society Meeting Tomorrow
      • 2:09pm in this room (room 223).
      • Meeting will be about 20 minutes and will inform you about STEM Society and Letter in Science
      • www.STEMSociety.org
    3. Peer Evaluation of Measurements and Instruments Lab
    4. CheMath - Significant Figures
      1. Watch "Significant Figures and Significant Digits - The Rules" and take good notes - you will use these rules all year!
      2. Complete the Significant Figures Worksheet on your own. DUE TOMORROW.
    5. Tomorrow
      • Significant Figures Worksheet Due

    September 9: Monday
    1. Lab: "Measurements and Instruments Lab"
      • Finish all stations, complete all post-lab questions, and write the conclusion
      • All lab equipment will be removed Monday night - must have all stations completed or you will have to schedule a time to complete the lab in the other chemistry room.
      • Post Lab and Conclusion are Due Tomorrow - we will do a peer evaluation tomorrow.
    2. Are you unable to log into the computers in the chemistry lab? If so, fill out this form so your login and ID can be reset: Computer Login / Password Reset
    September 5 - 6: Thursday - Friday
    1. Lab: "Measurements and Instruments Lab"
    2. Are you unable to log into the computers in the chemistry lab? If so, fill out this form so your login and ID can be reset: Computer Login / Password Reset

    September 4 - Wednesday
    1. Seats and Lab Stations
      • Today
        • Wherever you sit when you come in today is your 'forever spot'
        • Whomever you are sharing a table with today is your 'forever lab partner'
        • Lab stations will be assigned throughout the week.
    2. Due Tomorrow = Pre-Lab: "Measurements and Instruments Lab"
      • Follow instructions in "Lab Notebook Requirements" for this lab format in your notebook
        • Lab Title / Date
        • Partner Name
        • Purpose: Only one purpose for entire lab
        • Background/Safety Concerns: 
          • Background for entire lab (only need one)
          • Safety concerns for entire lab (include each station in the "Safety Concerns" section)
      • Put a new heading for each station in this lab
        • Procedure
          • Need a summary for each station. This shows me that you have read it and are able to summarize the steps
    3. Lab will begin Thursday
      • All parts of "Pre-Lab" must be completed when you arrive in class tomorrow or you will not be allowed to join the lab = 0 grade.
      • Must have appropriate lab shoes that cover entire foot or no lab = 0 grade.

    September 3 - Tuesday
    1. Seats and Lab Stations
      • Tomorrow
        • Wherever you sit when you come in tomorrow is your 'forever spot'
        • Whomever you are sharing a table with tomorrow is your 'forever lab partner'
        • Lab stations will be assigned throughout the week.
    2. Grade: Lab Safety Quiz
    3. Lab Notebook Setup
      • Follow the instructions on the "Lab Notebook Requirements" link on the right hand portion of this site.
    4. Pre-Lab: "Measurements and Instruments Lab"
      • Follow instructions in "Lab Notebook Requirements" for this lab format in your notebook
        • Lab Title / Date
        • Partner Name
        • Purpose: Only one purpose for entire lab
        • Background/Safety Concerns: 
          • Background for entire lab (only need one)
          • Safety concerns for each station (include this with each station procedure)
      • Put a new heading for each station in this lab
        • Procedure
          • Need a summary for each station. This shows me that you have read it and are able to summarize the steps
    5. Lab will begin Thursday
      • All parts of "Pre-Lab" must be completed when you arrive in class tomorrow or you will not be allowed to join the lab = 0 grade.
      • Must have appropriate lab shoes that cover entire foot or no lab = 0 grade.

    August 30 - Friday
    1. Quiz: Lab Safety and Equipment
    2. Grade General Math Review
    3. Online Book is now available:
      1. Login URL: www.pearsonrealize.com
        Username: stu1@2019
        Password: billings1
         
    4. Due Tuesday: Book Reading/Notes Assignment (see Thursday for pages)
    5. Set up Lab Notebooks (If time allows, otherwise this will be moved to Tuesday - bring your composition notebook next week and your Lab Notebook handout)

    August 29 - Thursday
    1. Assignment 
      • Reading / Notes (Take notes as you read the following. (Do not put the notes in your lab notebook))
        • Chapter 1.1 Pg 2-3
        • Chapter 1.2 Pg 6-11
        • Chapter 1.3 Pg 14-17
    2. Due today:
      • Open Disclosure
      • Lab Safety Agreement
      • Media Release Form
      • $10 lab fee
    3. Lab Equipment and Safety Walkthrough
      • Take notes on your lab equipment sheet to prepare for the quiz tomorrow
      • Quiz tomorrow - Lab equipment and lab safety

    August 28 - Wednesday
    1. General Math Review (continued)
      • Turn in on the front table when finished
    2. Mug Shot
      • Visit the computer and write your first and last name on the white board
      • Click the picture button and smile (name will appear backwards - this is OK!)
      • Erase whiteboard
    3. Assignment 
      • Reading / Notes (Take notes as you read the following. (Do not put the notes in your lab notebook))
        • Chapter 1.1 Pg 2-3
        • Chapter 1.2 Pg 6-11
        • Chapter 1.3 Pg 14-17

    August 27 - Tuesday

    Continued from yesterday...
    • Logistics
    • Demo: Disappearing Water
    • Sign up for REMIND for Honors Chemistry by clicking on "Remind: Honors Chemistry" in Chemistry Links to the right
      • Or text @4fgfgd to the number 81010
    • Parent Remind - I will share pictures from labs and activities so people at home can see all the amazing things you are doing in Chemistry. (Click to join Remind: Chemistry Parent)
      • Or text @ae2b66 to the number 81010
    TODAY:
    1. Laptops
      • Write down your assigned laptop number
      • ONLY USE YOUR ASSIGNED NUMBER
      • Must be shut down after each use
      • Must be placed in correct slot
      • Must be plugged in
      • NO EXCEPTIONS!
    2. Desktop computers in Chemistry Lab
      • Feel free to use them as long as no lab equipment or chemicals are out.
    3. www.BealsScience.com
      • This is home to all of my extra curricular science content
    4. www.MrBeals.com
    5. Sign up for Chemistry online textbook
    6. Meet "Batman" - TEDxBozeman - "Can Technology (re)Humanize Us?"
      • Not able to sign in quite yet - program is being updated
    7. Sign up for REMIND
    When you've completed the tasks above, complete the following:
    1. Wrap up headphone cord and return headphones
    2. Log off and Shut Down computer
    3. Return computer to correct spot
    4. Plug in computer with correctly numbered cord
    5. Mug Shot (Moved to Wednesday)
      • Visit the computer and write your first and last name on the white board
      • Click the picture button and smile (name will appear backwards - this is OK!)
      • Erase whiteboard
    6. Pre-Test: General Math Review
      • Complete this on your own - this is a pre-test of your knowledge to show you and I where you will need to focus your efforts in Chemistry
      • No fractions in your answers.

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    August 26 - Monday
    • About Me, About You - continued
    • Questions? What is the difference between Chemistry and Honors Chemistry
    • Prerequisites:
        • Must have completed or be enrolled in Algebra 2 and earn a "C" or better.
        • Must have completed and earned a "C" or better in a high school life science course (Biology)
    • Logistics
    • Demo: Disappearing Water
    • Supplies
        • Three-Ring Binder (you may share with other classes)

        • Composition Notebook (for labs - not a spiral bound notebook)

        • Spiral Bound Notebook (to be used only for Chemistry, not other classes)

        • Loose-Leaf Paper

        • Pen and Pencil

        • Calculator (must be able to do scientific notation - look for “EE” or “EXP” button)

        • $10 lab fee (see me if you need help with this)

    • Sign up for REMIND for Honors Chemistry by clicking on "Remind: Honors Chemistry" in Chemistry Links to the right
      • Or text @4fgfgd to the number 81010
    • Parent Remind - I will share pictures from labs and activities so people at home can see all the amazing things you are doing in Chemistry. (Click to join Remind: Chemistry Parent)
      • Or text @ae2b66 to the number 81010

    August 23 - Friday
    • Welcome to Chemistry 
    • About Me. About You.
    • Lets kick this off with some crazy chemistry!
    • Logistics:
      • Supplies
        • Three-Ring Binder (you may share with other classes)

        • Composition Notebook (for labs - not a spiral bound notebook)

        • Spiral Bound Notebook (to be used only for Chemistry, not other classes)

        • Loose-Leaf Paper

        • Pen and Pencil

        • Calculator (must be able to do scientific notation - look for “EE” or “EXP” button)

        • $10 lab fee (see me if you need help with this)

      • Sign up for REMIND for Honors Chemistry by clicking on "Remind: Honors Chemistry" in Chemistry Links to the right
        • Or text @4fgfgd to the number 81010
      • Parent Remind - I will share pictures from labs and activities so people at home can see all the amazing things you are doing in Chemistry. (Click to join Remind: Chemistry Parent)
        • Or text @ae2b66 to the number 81010


    August 28 - Wednesday
    1. General Math Review (continued)
      • Turn in on the front table when finished
    2. Assignment 
      • Reading / Notes (Take notes as you read the following. (Do not put the notes in your lab notebook))
        • Chapter 1.1 Pg 2-3
        • Chapter 1.2 Pg 6-11
        • Chapter 1.3 Pg 14-17