P5 AP CHEMISTRY

Daily Lesson Plans and Assignments


December 1 - Tuesday

Chapter 7: Traffic Light Study Guide

        • 60 seconds to fill it out. Save it. Use it for review

Lecture: Dissociation Equations and Solution Chemistry

Lab: Hot Ice!

Assignment #1

        • 7.1 The Nature of Solutions
          • p414 #1,3
          • p415 #2,3,4
          • p416 #2,4,6,8,10
          • p417 #1,2,3,4

Assignment #2

        • 7.2 Like Dissolves Like
          • You may want to complete these as you read p420-426
          • p421 Quick Check #1,2,3,4
          • p423 Quick Check #1,2,3,4
          • p424 Quick Check #1,2,4

Assignment #3

        • 7.3 Dissociation Equations and Solution Chemistry
          • Read/Notes pg 434-435 Electrical Conductivity of Solutions
          • p431 #2,4
          • p432 Quick Check (for Calculating Concentration) #2,4
          • p433 #1,3
          • p435 #1,2,3



November 30 - Monday

Lecture: Solution Chemistry

        • 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

Read/Notes:

        • Pg 414-415 Determining Whether or Not a Solute will Dissolve in Water
        • Pg 416 Saturated and Unsaturated Solutions
        • Pg 420-426 Like Dissolves Like

PreLab: Hot Ice!



November 25-30

Thanksgiving Break!


November 24 - Tuesday

Unit Test: Periodic Law

Two tests.

          1. 6.1-6.4
          2. 6.5-6.6
        • You may use your AP Orange, Green and Blue sheets
        • You may write on the tests.

Lab: Exploring Gallium



November 23 - Monday

Intermolecular Forces - Quick Review

Using a white board, complete the following:

            • Draw a Dipole-Dipole Force. Explain it.
            • Draw a Hydrogen Bond. Explain it.
            • Draw a London Dispersion Force (LDF). Explain it.
            • Draw an Ion-Dipole Force. Explain it.

Due: Assignments 6.4, 6.5, 6.6

          • Turn in on the front table.

Unit Test: Tomorrow

          • Test is in two parts
          • You will get a quick peek of each as I will show you the questions on the front board.
            • 6.1-6.4 (quick peek)
            • 6.5-6.6 (quick peek)
          • Note: You will need to memorize VSEPR! (see below for help)

Lab: Exploring Gallium

Assignment: Test Review

          • Find your Chapter 6: Traffic Light Study Guide
            • You filled this out at the beginning of the unit. As you start to study and prepare for the test, use this as your guide for prepping for the test.

**Memorize VSEPR - Memorize the shapes and names




November 13 - Friday

Lecture: 6.6 Symmetry and Polarity

VSEPR AXE Polarity: Determining Symmetry and Polarity slides

Intermolecular Forces

            • Watch video and take notes: Intermolecular Forces - Professor Dave Explains
              • Be sure you have good notes on the following:
                • Ion-Ion
                • Ion-Dipole
                • Dipole-Dipole
                • Hydrogen Bonds
                    • Include the following in your notes: Hydrogen bonds form between: H-N, H-O, H-F
                • Van der Waals (London Dispersion Bonds)
            • Read/Notes: Pg 379-386

Read/Notes: 6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

This is review from last year - take notes where needed

            • Read/Refresh: Pg 345-353

Read/Notes: 6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

Read/Notes pg 357-367

Video Lectures from Honors Chemistry

Read/Notes: 6.6 Formal Charges

Read/Notes "Formal Charge" pg 392-393

Assignments

All assignments and reading/notes are due Monday, November 23.

6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

            • Pg 348 Practice Problems #2
            • Pg 352 #3
            • Pg 356 #9

6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

            • Pg 359 Practice Problems #1,2
            • Pg 362 Quick Check #2
            • Pg 363 #1,2,3
            • Pg 366 #1,2
            • Pg 371 #8

6.6 Polarity and Intermolecular Forces

            • Pg 378 #1
            • Pg 382 #1,2
            • Pg 394 #1

Post - Lab: Percent Copper in Brass (Continued)




November 12 - Thursday

Lab: Percent Copper in Brass (Continued)


November 11 - Wednesday

Lab: Percent Copper in Brass



November 10 - Tuesday

Assignments Due from Yesterday

        • 6.1, 6.2, 6.3

Lab: Magic Pennies

Pre-Lab: Percent Copper in Brass

Coming up:

Wednesday

Read/Notes: 6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

        • This is review from last year - take notes where needed

Read/Notes: 6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

Assignments

6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

        • Pg 348 Practice Problems #2
        • Pg 352 #3
        • Pg 356 #9

6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

        • Pg 359 #1,2
        • Pg 362 Quick Check #2
        • Pg 363 #1,2,3
        • Pg 366 #1,2
        • Pg 371 #8


November 9 - Monday

Lecture: 6.3 Spectroscopy

Read/Notes: 6.1 The Development of the Periodic Table

        • This is review from last year so read carefully and ask questions where needed
        • Complete the Quick Checks as you read to check for understanding

Read/Notes: 6.2 Periodic Trends

Assignments - Due tomorrow

6.1 Development of the Periodic Table

        • Pg 316 #9,10

6.2 Periodic Trends

        • Pg 326 #9
        • Pg 327 #10,14

6.3 Spectroscopy

        • pg 340 #1,2
        • Pg 341 #1,3
        • Pg 342 #3
        • Pg 343 #5





October 30 - Friday

Happy Halloween-eve

Due - Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide

Group Quiz: Chapter 5 - Matter

        • Go to the online book. Find Chapter 5. Click on the quiz (Looks like a piece of paper with a check mark).

Assignment: Chapter 6 - Periodic Table Traffic Light Study Guide

        • Pick up the Traffic Light Study Guide (TLSG) on the front table.
        • Fill it out as a "Pre-Test of your understanding" (you will fill it out again after we finish the unit)
        • Due Monday, November 9


October 29 - Thursday

Due: Lab Notebooks

      • Will be graded and returned the week we resume with AP Chem.

Due: 4.7 Stoichiometry Introduction

      • Questions?
      • This was reading/notes only (no assignment to turn in).

Due: 4.8 Stoichiometry - Limiting/Excess, Percent Yield, Impurities

      • Grade in class

Quiz: Stoichiometry

      • Go to AP Classroom (link at bottom of this page)
      • Click on Quiz: Stoichiometry Review
      • You may use your 3 colored AP Sheets

Chapter 5: Matter

            • We will not be covering "Chapter 5: Matter" in class because we covered it in detail last year. However, you DO NEED TO KNOW THE MATERIAL in this chapter!

Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide

Due Friday, October 30th.

          1. Pre-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study Guide by filling in the circle to show your understanding of each topic.
          2. Read Chapter 5: Matter pg 259-301
          3. Post-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study by filling in the circle (with a different color) to show your understanding of each topic after reading.




October 28 - Wednesday

STEM Society Meeting TODAY!

      • 2:09pm in room 223 (this room)
      • Halloween themed science projects. Bring a friend! All are welcome!

Post-Lab: Calorimetry of Snack Foods

          • Calorimetry Lab
          • Post Lab Questions:
              1. Calculate the Percent Error for each snack food (see "actual" Calories sheet)
              2. Explain / validate your percent error
          • No Conclusion needed for this lab! Yay!

Lab Notebooks

Due Tomorrow

4.7 Stoichiometry Introduction

Due Tomorrow. Mostly review from Chemistry 1. Read/Notes as needed (Bold indicates new concepts)

          • Pg 233-236: Review of Mole to Mole and Mass to Mole Stoichiometry
          • Pg 237-239: Gases - Converting Volume to Volume
          • Pg 239-242: Solutions - Using Molarity in Volume Conversions

4.8 Stoichiometry - Limiting/Excess, Percent Yield, Impurities

Due Tomorrow. Mostly review from Chemistry 1. Read/Notes as needed (Bold indicates new concepts)

          • Pg 246-249: Limiting and Excess Stoichiometry
          • Pg 249-250: Percent Purity - Impure Reactants
          • Pg 251-252: Percent Yield

Assignments

Due Tomorrow - Stoichiometry:

          • Pg 248 #1,2
          • Pg 251 #1
          • Pg 252 #1,2

Chapter 5: Matter

            • We will not be covering "Chapter 5: Matter" in class because we covered it in detail last year. However, you DO NEED TO KNOW THE MATERIAL in this chapter!

Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide

Due Friday, October 30th.

          1. Pre-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study Guide by filling in the circle to show your understanding of each topic.
          2. Read Chapter 5: Matter pg 259-301
          3. Post-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study by filling in the circle (with a different color) to show your understanding of each topic after reading.




October 27 - Tuesday

Assignment: Edvantage Ch4 Group Quiz

        • Work with your partner. Your score on this quiz will be entered in the grade book (as 10 points, not as a 50 point quiz).
        • Visit the Edvantage Online Textbook. Click on Chapter 4. Click on the quiz (paper with a check mark) "Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change.

Lab: Calorimetry of Snack Foods

Chapter 5: Matter

            • We will not be covering "Chapter 5: Matter" in class because we covered it in detail last year. However, you DO NEED TO KNOW THE MATERIAL in this chapter!
        1. Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide
            • This will be collected. Due Friday, October 30th.
            • Pre-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study Guide by filling in the circle to show your understanding of each topic.
            • Read Chapter 5: Matter pg 259-301
            • Post-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study by filling in the circle (with a different color) to show your understanding of each topic after reading.

Homework Assignment (from yesterday): "Chapter 4 Thermodynamics" Traffic Light - Review

        • This will not be collected. It is for you to organize your understanding of these difficult topics.
        • Remember, I can get you to a 3 on the AP Test (basically a "C" in this class) but you will have to work outside of class time to earn a 4 or 5!
        • Fill out the "Traffic Light" on the front table and find out where you need to review. Visit those sections in your book and do the practice problems.


October 26 - Monday

AP Test Signups

        • See information above. Must sign up by November 5th!

ESCAPE: Thermodynamics

Can you figure out how to Escape using AP Thermodynamics? If you Escape, you will earn extra credit!

Quizzes

        • Return quizzes
        • Review your quizzes, fill out a pink sheet if you are going to redo. Schedule a time to retake. Must be done by 4pm Wednesday.

Assignment: Edvantage Ch4 Group Quiz

        • Work with your partner. Your score on this quiz will be entered in the grade book (as 10 points, not as a 50 point quiz).
        • Visit the Edvantage Online Textbook. Click on Chapter 4. Click on the quiz (paper with a check mark) "Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change.

Homework Assignment: Chapter 4 Traffic Light - Review

        • Remember, I can get you to a 3 on the AP Test (basically a "C" in this class) but you will have to work outside of class time to earn a 4 or 5!
        • Fill out the "Traffic Light" on the front table and find out where you need to review. Visit those sections in your book and do the practice problems.


Wednesday



October 14 - Wednesday

Quizzes

        • 4.1-4.3: Chemical Reactions, Balancing Chemical Equations
        • 4.4-4.6: Enthalpy, Energy


October 13 - Tuesday

Due:

      • 4.6 Calorimetry Practice Problems

Lab: Calorimetry of Snack Foods

Assignment:

      1. Chapter 4.1-4.3 practice problems / quiz prep
        • All of the 4.1-4.3 problems can go on one sheet of paper.
          • 4.1 Balancing Chemical Equations pg164 #4(o),#5(g)
          • 4.2 Classifying Reactions pg177 #4 (choose 3 different problems as practice)
          • 4.3 Redox pg188 #7(c,d,h)
            • Be sure to include the following for #7c,d,h:
              • Balanced equation
              • Include state indicators
              • Classify each reaction into one of the six reaction types
              • If necessary, identify which species is oxidized and which species is reduced.
              • If necessary, identify the reducing agent and the oxidizing agent.
      2. Chapter 4.4-4.6 practice problems / quiz prep
        • All of the 4.4-4.6 problems can go on one sheet of paper.
          • 4.4 Endo and Exothermic pg196 #4acd,5,6
          • 4.5 Enthalpy pg211 #1,3,4,6,8,10,13,15abc,16a
          • 4.6 Calorimetry pg229 #2,4,5,8,13,14a


Coming up...

Wednesday - Quiz: Ch 4.1-4.3 and Quiz: Ch 4.4-4.6; Stoichiometry Practice Problems homework

Thursday/Friday - No School


October 12 - Monday

AP Test Sign Up

What were we learning?

Complete each of the following as a review:

4.1 Writing Balanced Chemical Equations

4.2 Classifying Chemical Reactions

4.3 Redox

4.4 Energy Changes

4.5 Enthalpy

4.6 Calorimetry

Lab: Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide - Redox Reactions Lab

Assignment:

4.6 Calorimetry

          • Due tomorrow
            • p220 #2,3
            • p222 #2
            • p224 #1,2
            • p227 #1,2,3ab
          • If you are looking for an overview of calorimetry, watch this CrashCourse video.

Coming up..

Tuesday - Calorimetry Lab: no Pre-lab needed; Chapter 4 practice problems / quiz prep

Wednesday - Quiz: Ch 4.1-4.3 and Quiz: Ch 4.4-4.6; Stoichiometry Practice Problems homework

Thursday/Friday - No School


October 2 - Friday

Due today:

4.5 Enthalpy #2

          • Turn in on the front table.



October 1 - Thursday

Due today:

4.6 Calorimetry

          • Turn in on the front table.

Read/Notes

Chapter 4.6 Calorimetry pg 216-228

          • Read carefully and take notes
          • Complete the assignment problems while you are reading.

Assignment:

4.6 Calorimetry

        • Due Tomorrow
          1. p216 Warm up
          2. p217 Quick Check
          3. pg 220 #2,3
          4. p222 #2
          5. p224 #1,2
          6. p227 #1,2


September 30 - Wednesday

Due today:

      • 4.4 Energy Changes
      • 4.5 Enthalpy #1

Lecture:

Assignments:

      1. 4.5 Enthalpy #2
          • Due tomorrow (if we get this far in lecture...)
          • pg 203-204 #1,2,3 - Law of Hess
          • pg 207 #1,2 - Heats of Formation
          • pg 210 #2 - Enthalpy Changes from Average Bond Energy Values
      2. Pre-Lab: Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide - Redox Reactions Lab

Coming up...

Thursday: Read/Notes: Ch 4.6 Calorimetry; Assign: p216 Warm up, p217 Quick Check, pg 220 #2,3, p222 #2, p224 #1,2, p227 #1,2

Friday: Redox Reactions Lab


September 29 - Tuesday

Due today:

      • 4.3: Redox Reactions

Lectures:

Assignment:

      1. 4.4 Energy Changes
          • Due tomorrow
          • pg 193 #1-3
          • pg 195 #2b,c,d; #3b,c; #5, #6
      2. 4.5 Enthalpy #1
          • Due tomorrow
          • pg 199 #1,2 - Calculating Enthalpy
      3. 4.5 Enthalpy #2
          • Due tomorrow (if we get this far in lecture...)
          • pg 203-204 #1,2,3 - Law of Hess
          • pg 207 #1,2 - Heats of Formation
          • pg 210 #1,2 - Enthalpy Changes from Average Bond Energy Values
      4. Pre-Lab: Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide - Redox Reactions Lab


September 28 - Monday

Vote for StuCo

Due today:

      • 4.1: Balancing Chemical Equations
      • 4.2: Classifying Chemical Reactions

Lectures:

      • 4.3 Redox Reactions

Assignment:

      • 4.3 Redox pg 187 #1(a,c,e,g) #2(a,b) #4(a,d) #6(b,d)
      • Read/Notes: 4.4 Energy Changes - Endothermic/Exothermic p189-191



September 18 - Friday

Vote for Homecoming Royalty: bit.ly/2020hocoBSH

Due today:

      1. 3.3, 3.4, 3.4 Assignments form yesterday

Quiz: The Mole - Chapter 3

      • Log into the online textbook. Find chapter 3 and click on "Mole - The Central Unit of Chemistry"
      • You will submit your answers online AND on a piece of paper so I can see your work.
      • You may take this quiz with your group as long as everyone is writing their own work on their own paper.

Lecture: 4.2 Classifying Chemical Changes and Predicting Products

Assignments: Chapter 4 - Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change

Put all assignments on a separate piece of paper

        1. 4.1 Pg 155-165 Balancing Chemical Equations
            • Read if you need to but this entire section should be review
            • 4.1 Review Questions - Due Monday, Sept 28
              • Page 164 #4a,c,d
              • Page 165 #5a,b,f
        2. 4.2: Classifying Chemical Reactions
            • 4.2 Review Questions - Due Monday, Sept 28
              • Page 173 #1-4
              • Page 177 #6a,b,c,d,e
        3. Lab: Gravimetric Analysis of Calcium and Hard Water


Coming up...

Monday, Sept 28: 4.3 Lecture; 4.4 Lecture

Tuesday, Sept 29: Pre-Lab: Redox


September 17 - Thursday

Hi Guys! I am not feeling 100% and I keep coughing. So, to be a responsible person and to make sure I keep all of you safe, I am staying home today. Hopefully the cough is just from the smoke or from allergies and I will be back tomorrow. But, since I am not at school, I've had to alter the lessons a bit for today. Please be good to the guest teacher and I hope to see you tomorrow

Turn in the following assignments:

      • 3.1 Relative Atomic Mass
      • 3.3 Moles and Conversions

Assignments: Complete the following. Help each other out if needed. Write down any questions you have so I can help you with them on Friday!

      1. 3.4 Molar Volume pg 126-133 - Read/Notes
            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.
          • Review Questions - Due Tomorrow
              • Pg 134-135 #2,9,12,17
      2. 3.5 Composition Analysis - Determining Formulas pg 136-144 - Read/Notes
            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.
          • Practice Problems - Due tomorrow
              • Pg 137 #1,2,3
              • Pg 138 #1 Quick Check
              • Pg 139 #1,3
              • Pg 141 #1,3
      3. 3.6 Molar Concentration - Molarity pg 145-154 - Read/Notes
            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.
          • Practice Problems - Due tomorrow
              • pg 147 #2
              • Pg 148 #2,3
              • Pg 150 #2,4,5



September 16 - Wednesday

Activity: Evaporation Rate of Water

      • See page 123 in AP Chem Workbook
      • Set up the activity and start your timer while you complete the quiz.

Quiz ReTake: Naming Compounds

      • Due in class

3.1 Relative Atomic Mass

      • Read/Notes p102-104
    • Assignment 3.1: Relative Atomic Mass - Due Tomorrow
      • Page 103 Practice Problems #1,2,3
      • Page 104 #1,2

3.2 Introducing the Mole

      • Review on your own as needed

3.3 Moles and Conversions

    • Assignment 3.3: Moles and Conversions - Due Tomorrow
      • Page 123 Evaporation Rate of Water Activity
      • Page 124-125 Review Questions #2,4,14,18

On your own - Lab: Gravimetric Analysis


Coming up...

Thursday: Chapter 1,2 Stop Lights; Lecture 3.4-3.6

Friday: Quiz - The Mole?



September 15 - Tuesday

Edvantage Textbook Login

      • Find "AP Chemistry Workbooks" in Chemistry Resources at the bottom of this page.
      • Click "Login Help" to set up your account

Quiz ReTake: Naming Compounds

      • Due in class

Lab: Gravimetric Analysis



September 14 - Monday

Lab: Gravimetric Analysis


September 4 - Friday

Disco Friday!

Due Today:

      • Chapter 2 reading and notes - questions?
      • Chapter 2.4 Practice Problems - answers?

AP Chemistry "Cheat Sheets"

        • Do not write on these
      • AP Periodic Table - "Green Sheet"
      • AP Common Equations and Constants - "Orange Sheet"
      • Names, Formulas and Charges - "Blue Sheet" ("On the back on the bottom in the middle!")

Masks and Goggles

      • Write your name on both of them. Write your name on a ziploc bag and store both of them in the bag. Place the bag in your lab locker.

Quiz: Naming Compounds

      • You may only use the AP Approved sheets
      • Due in class

Lab: Smoke Cake Challenge

      • Outside
      • How will you collect qualitative or quantitative data?

Pre-Lab:



September 3 - Thursday

Due Today

      1. Pre-Lab: Smoke Cake Challenge
      2. 1.3: Significant Figures
        • ***Submit this completed assignment in Google Classroom as practice in case we go to Remote Learning***
        • AP Chem1 pg 36-40
          • Practice pg 41 1.3 Activity #(all)
          • Review Questions pg 42-43 #6,10,11,12,15,16,17,18

Today's Lessons

      1. Upload your 1.3 assignment to Google Classroom. This is practice in case we go into Remote Learning.
      2. Grade 1.3 assignment. Turn in paper copy.
      3. Lab: Complete the Smoke Cake Challenge lab. Only 1 group may "cook" their hot cakes at a time. If they cool during class we will test them outside.
      4. Reading and Review (see below)
      5. Assignment 2.4 (see below)

Reading and Review - Due Tomorrow

(* Review in Class) (**Must Review on your own) (bold - assignment to be turned in)

2.1 **The Nature of Matter:

        • Vocab Review p57
          • All vocabulary words P64-65
              • Focus on Heat of Fusion, Heat of Vaporization, Heating Curve, Reactivity, Heat of Formation, Heat of Combustion

2.2 **Classification of Matter

        • AP Chem1 p70-76Read Section - focus on material you do not remember

2.3 **Separating Substances

        • AP Chem1 p81-86
          • Read Section - focus on material you do not remember

2.4 **Naming Compounds:

Assignment - Due Tomorrow

Put all of these problem on one piece of paper titled "Chapter 2.4 Practice Problems"

Practice pg92 #1,2

Practice pg93 #1,2


September 2 - Wednesday

Chromebooks

      • Chromebook Numbers assigned? Only use your assigned Chromebook number. Sanitize at the end of each use before you return to the cart.

Due Today

      • Open Disclosure *Due Today*
      • Media Release Form *Due Today*
      • Lab Safety Agreement / Walkthrough *Due Today*
      • $10 Lab Fee *Due Today*
      • Lab Notebook (Composition Notebook) *Due Today*

Lab Notebook Setup

AP Chemistry 1 Workbook

          • Check out books - DO NOT WRITE IN THE BOOKS.
              • Purchase a book for $25 if you want to write in it.
          • Online access: Coming soon...

Lab Locker Checkout

      • Choose your lab partner
      • Fill out a post-it note and place it at your desired lab station.
      • Wait for lab locker number - then check the key and locker to make sure everything works.

Tasks to be completed by the end of class

      1. Sign up for REMIND by clicking the link in "Chemistry Resources" at the bottom of this page.
      2. Seating Chart and Lab Partners
          • Fill out the following Period 5 Seating Chart by writing your name in your seat.
          • Lab stations will be assigned tomorrow.
      3. Mug Shots (if not completed yesterday)
          • Write your first and last name on the white board.
          • Take 1 picture with the board and your face with your mask.
          • Take 1 picture with the board and your face without your mask.

Assignments

      1. Pre-Lab: Smoke Cake Challenge - Due Tomorrow (Thursday, Sept 3)
          • This is experiment 1 in your lab notebook. If you do not have your lab notebook, you will need to write in on a separate piece of paper and re-write it in your lab notebook.
          • One group can perform the actual lab procedure at a time - only one stove
      2. 1.3: Significant Figures: Due Tomorrow (Thursday, Sept 3)
        • ***Submit this completed assignment in Google Classroom as practice in case we go to Remote Learning***
        • AP Chem1 pg 36-40
          • Practice pg 41 1.3 Activity #(all)
          • Review Questions pg 42-43 #6,10,11,12,15,16,17,18




September 1 - Tuesday

Questions?

      • Your questions?
      • Why all the smoke in the air? (Hint: Chemistry)
      • What is the deal with this coronavirus thing? How does it work?
      • What is the difference between AP Chemistry and Honors Chemistry

Prerequisites:

      • Must have completed Chemistry or Honors Chemistry with "C" or better.

Logistics

Demo: Dragon Cereal, Eating My Breath, and Nitrogen 'Explosion'.

What is the AP Test? When is it?

Mug Shots

      • Write your first and last name on the white board.
      • Take 1 picture with the board and your face with your mask.
      • Take 1 picture with the board and your face without your mask.

What is AP Classroom?

      • AP Classroom is the website of AP Chemistry Resources. We will use it to review concepts and topics, to access help videos, and to prepare for the AP Exam / Final.
          1. Join AP Classroom: https://apclassroom.collegeboard.org/
          2. Enter code: Y46J64

REMIND

          1. Join AP Chemistry Remind (see link in "Chemistry Resources" at the bottom of this page)


August 31 - Monday

  • Welcome Back!
  • Chromebook
      • Sanitizing after each period
  • About Me. About You.
  • Lets kick this off with some crazy chemistry!
  • What do I need for this class:
      • 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 AP Chemistry by clicking on "Remind: AP Chemistry" in Chemistry Resources at the bottom of this page.

BREAK TIME!!!

  • Questions?
      • What is AP Chemistry?
  • Prerequisites:
      • Must have completed Chemistry 1 with a "C" or better
  • Logistics
  • Google Classroom
      • Sign up by clicking the link in "Chemistry Resources" below.