P6 HONORS CHEMISTRY

Daily Lesson Plans and Assignments


December 1 - Tuesday

Post-Test: Nuclear Radiation and Electromagnetic Radiation

        • Due Today

The Elements

        • Extra Credit Opportunity.
          • Memorize The Elements Song. Sing it in public (or in class). Record it as evidence. Earn +20 extra credit points!
          • Why? If you memorize the song you have just memorized most of the periodic table!

Lectures: Ionic Compounds (if we have time)

        • Ionic Compounds: Part 1 - An Introduction to Ionic Bonding (Lecture Slides)
        • Ionic Compounds: Part 2 - Naming and Formula Writing
        • Ionic Compounds: Part 3 - Naming Ionic Compounds "The Rules"
        • Ionic Compounds: Part 4 - Review and Practice

Assignment

Due Tomorrow

        • 7.1 p199 #1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
        • 7.2 p207 #12,13,14,15,17,19


Coming up...

Wednesday:

Thursday:

    • Lab: Gold Penny Lab
    • Writing formulas and naming ionic compounds practice

Friday:

    • Ch 7 Assessment (test review)
    • Ionic Bonding Kahoot



November 30 - Monday

Post-Test: Nuclear Radiation and Electromagnetic Radiation

        • If you would like +5 percentage points Extra Credit on the test, complete the pink Assessment Retake Form in it's entirety. You cannot retake the test but I will add 5 points to your score upon completion.
        • Due Tuesday (If you want the +5 xc pts): You cannot take my test from this room so you might need to complete the remediation before school or after school.

Lab: Experimenting in Infrared

        • Experimenting in Infrared
        • Part 2: Due Today
            • All equipment and supplies must be gathered and put in your lab locker today.
        • Part 3: Due Thursday

Radon Monitoring Project

        • Turn in Monitors and check out to next group.

Lectures: Ionic Compounds (if we have time)

        • Ionic Compounds: Part 1 - An Introduction to Ionic Bonding
        • Ionic Compounds: Part 2 - Naming and Formula Writing



November 30 - Monday

Post-Test: Nuclear Radiation and Electromagnetic Radiation

        • If you would like +5 percentage points Extra Credit on the test, complete the pink Assessment Retake Form in it's entirety. You cannot retake the test but I will add 5 points to your score upon completion.
        • Due Tuesday (If you want the +5 xc pts): You cannot take my test from this room so you might need to complete the remediation before school or after school.

Lab: Experimenting in Infrared

        • Experimenting in Infrared
        • Part 2: Due Today
            • All equipment and supplies must be gathered and put in your lab locker today.
        • Part 3: Due Thursday

Radon Monitoring Project

        • Turn in Monitors and check out to next group.

Lectures: Ionic Compounds (if we have time)

        • Ionic Compounds: Part 1 - An Introduction to Ionic Bonding
        • Ionic Compounds: Part 2 - Naming and Formula Writing



November 25 - 30

Thanksgiving Break.



November 24 - Wednesday

Post-Test: Nuclear Radiation and Electromagnetic Radiation

        • If you would like +5 percentage points Extra Credit on the test, complete the pink Assessment Retake Form in it's entirety. You cannot retake the test but I will add 5 points to your score upon completion.
        • Due Tuesday (If you want the +5 xc pts): You cannot take my test from this room so you might need to complete the remediation before school or after school.

Lab: Experimenting in Infrared

        • Experimenting in Infrared
        • 15 minutes to get organized and ready to present.
        • Part 3: Due Today - CLICK ON THE LAB AND READ THE REQUIREMENTS!
            • All experiments will be performed today.

Radon Monitoring Project

        • Have you signed up??

Coming up...

Tuesday (Dec 1): Ionic Compound Lectures, Elements XCred, Pink Sheets Due.



November 23 - Monday

Quiz: Periodic Table

        • Turn off all electronic devices and put them in your backpack.
        • One person per table.
        • No talking.
        • Turn in all papers at the front when finished.

Radon Monitoring Project

        • Work on this after you finish the quiz
        • This is an Honors Chemistry group research project.
        • Click on "Radon Monitoring Project" in "Chemistry Resources" at the bottom of this page (or click the button at the top of this page)
        • Assignment #1: Sign up to check out a radon detector. See "Radon Monitor Checkout Calendar" in "Chemistry Resources" at the bottom of this page.
        • Assignment #2: Complete the questions in the "What is Radon? Is it Harmful?" section of the RADON AT HOME INSTRUCTIONS SHEET.

Lab: Experimenting in Infrared

        • Experimenting in Infrared
            • Open Inquiry Experiment where you get to choose the experiment!
        • Part 1: Due Today
        • Part 2: Due Tomorrow (Tuesday)
        • Part 3: Due Monday after Thanksgiving break (November 30th)

Post-Test: Nuclear Radiation and Electromagnetic Radiation

        • Tests will be returned to you.
        • If you would like +5 percentage points Extra Credit on the test, complete the pink Assessment Retake Form in it's entirety. You cannot retake the test but I will add 5 points to your score upon completion.
        • Due Friday: Pink sheets are due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, December 1. Note: you cannot take a test from this room so you might need to complete the remediation before school or after school.

Coming up...

Tuesday: Hunting the Elements Video, Experimenting in Infrared (Day 2), Post-Test Pink Sheet

Monday (Nov 30, after break): Experiment Day for Experimenting in Infrared Lab

Tuesday (Dec 1): Ionic Compound Lectures, Elements XCred, Pink Sheets Due.


November 13 - Friday

Hunting the Elements video

Video: Hunting the Elements

Lab Activity (Continued)

Assignment

Chapter 6 - Periodic Table Chapter Review

        • Due Monday, November 23
          • p186-189: #26,31,32,34,36,37,38,39,44,45,47,56,64; p191 #1-9
          • Click here for pictures of these pages in the book. Or visit the online version by going to your Clever account.

Periodic Table Quiz will be Monday, November 23!



November 12- Thursday

Lecture: Periodic Table

        • Lecture - Electron Configuration and the Shape of the Table
        • Lecture Slides #32-108

Lab Activity



November 11- Wednesday

Graded Work Returned

        • Do not recycle your graded papers until you have checked to see that they have been entered into the grade book correctly.

Scientific Naming Day

        • Hold onto your hat. It is about to get weird in here!

Lecture: Periodic Table Introduction

Lab Activity - Continued tomorrow


November 11- Tuesday

The Periodic Table - Introduction

Video: Hunting the Elements


November 10 - Monday

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.
            • Do not write on my test sheet.
            • One person per table.
            • Turn in all testing materials on the front table when finished.

Need

            • Piece of paper with heading
            • Show all work and circle your answer
            • Calculator
            • Pencil

Assignment:

Finish all Post-Labs and Conclusions for the labs we've completed up to this point.

Spectral Lab Stations: 1. He; 2. H; 3. Ar; 4. Xe; 5. Ne; 6. Hg

When finished, you may work on anything for other classes but we are NOT playing on our phones. Find something productive to do.



October 30 - Friday

Happy Halloween-eve!!!

Assignment: Unit Test Review

DUE Monday, November 9th (the day of the test)

The following assignment is to help you prepare for the upcoming Unit Test. You must be able to complete these types of problems on your own to be successful in this class and to earn a passing grade on the test. Take your time and do the problems correctly. Check your answers. Be sure to study for the test.

If you have trouble viewing the online book, click here for pictures of each of the pages listed below.

            • Atomic Structure - Chapter 4 Assessment (starts on pg 122)
                • #41,42,51,53,64
                • Pg 125 #1-9
            • Nuclear Radiation - Chapter 25 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

Unit Test: Atomic Structure, Nuclear Radiation, Electrons and Light

        • Monday, November 9th
        • STUDY, STUDY, STUDY!!!!



October 29 - Thursday

Due: Atoms, Electrons and Light Practice Problems

      • Graded in class

Assignment: Electron Configuration Review Problems

      • Due tomorrow
      • Write the Electron Configuration, Noble 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

Lab: Surrounded by Science

      • Lab: Surrounded by Science
        • Day 1 Only: Complete the Pre-Lab according to the instructions on the lab.
          • Complete the activities for Station 1, 2, and 3 (in order)

Assignment: Unit Test Review

DUE Monday, November 9th (the day of the test)

The following assignment is to help you prepare for the upcoming Unit Test. You must be able to complete these types of problems on your own to be successful in this class and to earn a passing grade on the test. Take your time and do the problems correctly. Check your answers. Be sure to study for the test.

            • 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



October 28 - Wednesday

STEM Society Meeting TODAY!

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

Lecture #1: Electrons and Light

      • Quantum Mechanics, Atomic Orbitals, Electron Configuration
        • Gone today?
          1. Watch the lecture: Electron Configuration
          2. Read / Notes on Ch 5.2 Electron Arrangement in Atoms p134-137

Lecture #2: Electrons and Light

Electrocuted for Science!

Assignment

      • Due Tomorrow
      • Atoms, Electrons, and Light Review Problems
          • Ch5.1 p132 #1-6
          • Ch5.2 p136 #8,9
          • Ch5.3 pg141 #15,16


October 27 - Tuesday

STEM Society Meeting Tomorrow

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

Lecture: Electrons and Light

      • Quantum Model of Light and Atomic Spectra
        • Gone today? Read / Notes on Ch 5.4 Explanation of Atomic Spectra p 144-148

Post-Lab: Atomic Spectrum Lab

Could You Survive The Movies: Back to the Future - VSauce3

Electrocuted for Science!


October 26 - Monday

Lab: Atomic Spectrum Lab

Lecture: Electrons and Light

      • Wave nature of light
      • Absent today? Read Ch 5.1 Atomic Model Spectra p128-132. Click on "Chemistry Book" in the Chemistry Resources section at the bottom of this page.


October 15-16: No School: Teacher Convention


October 14 - Wednesday

Due:

      1. Assignment: Nuclear Reaction Worksheet
        • Due tomorrow at the start of class.

Lectures: Electrons and Light


Demo: Laser Light Show


October 13 - Tuesday

Due:

      1. Assignment: Nuclear Reaction Worksheet
        • Due tomorrow at the start of class.

Lab: Flame Test

Prelab: Atomic Spectrum Lab


October 12 - Monday

Lectures: Structure of the Atom, and Nuclear Radiation

      1. Structure of the Atom
        • Absent today? Watch the video lecture and take notes.
      2. Nuclear Radiation
        • Absent today? Watch the video lecture and take notes.

Assignments

      1. Assignment: Nuclear Reaction Worksheet
        • Due tomorrow at the start of class.
      2. Pre-Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test
        • Due tomorrow. Bring lab shoes and hair ties.


October 2 - Friday

Due Today:

      • Atomic Structure and Nuclear Radiation.
      • Read and Take Notes on the following. Be sure to take complete notes and read thoroughly.
      • Chemistry book is on the shelf in the lab area. It is the white book with "Chemistry" written in green. Please return it when finished. Online book can be accessed by going to www.clever.com or going to Chemistry Resources at the bottom of this webpage:
          1. Chapter 4: Atomic Structure (102-111)
          2. Chapter 25: Nuclear Chemistry (pg 876-886)

      • Take notes on each person listed in the handout and their contributions to science and the development of E=mc2. You will be able to use these notes on the upcoming test!
      • Absent today? Click the link above and start watching at 39min 46sec until the end.

Lectures: Structure of the Atom, and Nuclear Radiation

      1. Structure of the Atom
        • Absent today? Watch the video lecture and take notes.
      2. Nuclear Radiation
        • Absent today? Watch the video lecture and take notes.


October 1 - Thursday

ACT Prep Test

      • Go to Google Classroom and complete the assignment.
      • Why ACT Prep? Because your ACT score determines college acceptance, scholarships, and a whole lot more! And, practice makes perfect (for real...there is a lot of data to show that the more practice tests you take the better your score will be! As long as you analyze the questions you got incorrect to see where you made mistakes.)

Quiz Retake: Significant Figures and Dimensional Analysis Quiz

      • Staple your old quiz to the back of your completed pink sheet and turn them in.
      • New quiz can be found in the bin on the front table.
          • Write on your own paper.
          • No electronic devices of any kind (except a calculator, of course).
          • Turn both sheets in at the front table when you are done.

Atomic Structure and Nuclear Radiation

      • Due Tomorrow.
      • Read and Take Notes on the following. Be sure to take complete notes and read thoroughly.
      • Chemistry book is on the shelf in the lab area. It is the white book with "Chemistry" written in green. Please return it when finished. Online book can be accessed by going to www.clever.com or going to Chemistry Resources at the bottom of this webpage:
        1. Chapter 4: Atomic Structure (102-111)
        2. Chapter 25: Nuclear Chemistry (pg 876-886)


September 30 - Wednesday

Due today:

      • Lab Notebooks

Demo: Keep Track of the Water - Science or Magic?

      • Include this in your lab notebook in the "Demonstrations" section

Quiz Remediation: Dimensional Analysis and Significant Figures

      • Not happy with your grade on the quiz?
        • Complete the "Retake Form for Assessments" (called the "Pink Sheet"). Retake will be offered in class (this time only) tomorrow. If you are gone on tomorrow you will have to schedule a time to come in and re-take this quiz.
        • You must have the "Retake Form for Assessments" completed to retake the quiz. Your grade will be replaced by your new grade! Yay!


September 29 - Tuesday

Quiz Remediation: Dimensional Analysis and Significant Figures

      • Not happy with your grade on the quiz?
        • Complete the "Retake Form for Assessments" (called the "Pink Sheet"). Retake will be offered in class on Thursday.
        • You must have the "Retake Form for Assessments" completed to retake the quiz. Your grade will be replaced by your new grade! Yay!

      • Safety: If you are not using a bunsen burner, you may wear your fabric mask, safety glasses, lab shoes, apron. If you are using a bunsen burner, you must wear your orange masks.
      • Each mixture cup has a different amount of each of the unknowns.
      • Keep detailed records of measurements and changes in your procedure.
      • Complete the Post-lab and Conclusion.
      • Turn in lab notebook

Lab Notebooks

      • Due Wednesday at the beginning of class


Coming up...

Wednesday: Lab Notebooks Due; Quiz Retake


September 28 - Monday

STEM Society

What is STEM Society?

        • Sign up for STEM Society Remind go get information as it becomes available: https://www.remind.com/join/stemsociet or text @stemsociet to 81010
        • STEM Society Website: www.STEMSociety.org
        • Meet every other week on Wednesday at 2:09pm to do fun STEM-related activities, learn about scholarships and other opportunities to help you fuel your interest in STEM and to help you find opportunities, money and colleges!
        • Why STEM Society? STEM Magic Shows, STEM Yellowstone, Design and Build Challenges, hang out with other amazing Senior High Students, build your resume, find scholarships. Being involved in STEM Society helps improve your applications for colleges and scholarships!
        • Do I have to come to every meeting?! NO! Come when you can come to meetings and events that work into your schedule. You get points for participation. Those points can be used to Letter in Science!

Letter in Science!

        • Senior High is the ONLY high school in the world where you can earn an Academic Letter and Pin in science!
        • How? Click here for more information.

STEM Society Executive Board Applications

        • Positions available: 1 Freshman, 1 Sophomore, 3 Juniors, 1 Senior
        • Pick up an application in room 223
        • Application must be completed and returned to Beals in rm 223 before 2:10 pm on Wednesday, Sept 30th.

STEM Society Executive Board Duties

        • Plan STEM Society Meetings with Ex. Board members and Mr. Beals
        • Coordinate events including field trips, STEM Magic Shows at elementary schools, STEM Yellowstone, more
        • Letter in Science


Student Council Elections

Review: Significant Figures and Dimensional Analysis

Quiz: Significant Figures and Dimensional Analysis

      • Must have the "Metric Ladder" memorized.
      • No electronic devices (except calculator).
      • Write on your own paper. Show your work.
      • Turn in both papers on the front table when finished.

Pre-Lab: Mixture Lab

Lab Notebooks

      • Due Wednesday at the beginning of class

E=mc2


September 18 - Friday

Vote for Homecoming Royalty: bit.ly/2020hocoBSH

Lab: CheMystery - Chromatography Lab

      • After you've completed the lab, finish the Post Lab and Conclusion

Lab: CheMystery - How does Soap and Hand Sanitizer Protect Us?

      • No Conclusion needed


Coming up...

Monday, Sept 28: Quiz - Dimensional Analysis and Sig Figs; Pre-Lab: Mixture Lab; E=mc2

Tuesday, Sept 29: Lab - Mixture Separation


September 17 - Thursday

Hi Guys! I am not feeling 100% and 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!

Lab: Chromatography Lab

      • After you've completed the lab, finish the Post Lab and Conclusion
      • Moved to Friday. Be sure to have the entire pre-lab completed before tomorrow.

Video Lecture: Dimensional Analysis

      • Watch and take notes.

Assignments:

    1. Dimensional Analysis Practice Problems
        • Due tomorrow
        • Show all work.
    2. Math With Significant Figures
        • Due tomorrow
        • Struggling with Sig Figs? Work through this entire worksheet and complete the practice problems at the end. Check your answers when finished.
        • Feeling good with Sig Figs? Complete the practice problems on the last page. Check your answers when finished.
    3. Pre-Lab: The Mixture Lab
        • Work on the Pre-Lab when you've completed the other assignments. This is not homework unless the substitute teacher reports back that people were not using their time in class to complete the pre-lab! In other words, use your remaining time in class to work on this. I will find out how much more time you need to complete it in class tomorrow!

Coming up...

Friday: Chromatography Lab, Hand Sanitizer and Soap Chemistry



September 16 - Wednesday

Lecture: Dimensional Analysis

Assignment: Metric Conversions Worksheet

      • Due in class: #1,5,7,9,11,17,31,32,37,39
      • Show all work.

Homework

      1. Pre-Lab: Chromatography Lab
        • Due tomorrow


Coming up...

Thursday:

Friday:

      • Hand sanitizer and soap lab, Dimensional Analysis worksheet


September 15 - Tuesday

Significant Figures and Significant Digits - The Rules

      • Watch the lecture and take good notes. You will use this information and the "Rules" all year
      • Due Today

Kahoot - Significant Figures

      • Must use your real name

Peer Evaluation: Measurements and Instruments Lab

Assignments

  1. Significant Figures Worksheet
      • Due Tomorrow
  2. Quizizz: Significant Figures
      • Complete this on your own - do not work with your lab partner.
      • Go to Google Classroom and click on the Quizziz assignment
      • Not working properly in Google Classroom? Try this:


September 14 - Monday

Happy Homecoming Week!

Lab: Measurements and Instruments Lab

      • Due Tomorrow at the beginning of class.
      • Sanitize your hands before entering the lab area. Wash them when you leave.
      • Chromebooks will be used at every station - DO NOT SET THEM BY THE SINK!
      • When you complete the lab, work on the Post Lab and Conclusion

Assignments

      1. Lab: Measurements and Instruments
        • Post Lab and Conclusion
        • Due Tomorrow
      2. Significant Figures and Significant Digits - The Rules
        • Watch the lecture and take good notes. You will use this information and the "Rules" all year
        • Due Tomorrow (We will work on this in class tomorrow)


September 14 - Monday

Happy Homecoming Week!

Lab: Measurements and Instruments Lab

      • Due Tomorrow at the beginning of class.
      • Sanitize your hands before entering the lab area. Wash them when you leave.
      • Chromebooks will be used at every station - DO NOT SET THEM BY THE SINK!
      • When you complete the lab, work on the Post Lab and Conclusion

Assignments

      1. Lab: Measurements and Instruments
        • Post Lab and Conclusion
        • Due Tomorrow
      2. Significant Figures and Significant Digits - The Rules
        • Watch the lecture and take good notes. You will use this information and the "Rules" all year
        • Due Tomorrow (We will work on this in class tomorrow)


September 4 - Friday

Disco Friday!

Due Today:

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.

Lab Equipment Walkthrough

Lab: Measurements and Instruments Lab

      • Sanitize your hands before entering the lab area. Wash them when you leave.
      • Chromebooks will be used at every station - DO NOT SIT THEM BY THE SINK!
      • When you complete the lab, work on the Post Lab and Conclusion


September 3 - Thursday

Due in Google Classroom: General Math Review

Lab Notebook Setup

Lab Stations

      • Completed? Write your first and last name and your lab partners first and last name on a post-it note. Place the post it note at your desired lab station. I may have to move you depending on safety concerns.

Reading Assignment

      • Due: Tomorrow at the start of class
      • Access the online book by clicking on the link at the bottom of page in "Chemistry Resources" (the link will be there anytime you need to use the online book or, after you have logged in for the first time, you can use Clever.com to access the book)
          • Read and Take Notes (the notes DO NOT go in your lab notebook, it is used only for labs)
          • Chapter 1.1 Pg 2-3
          • Chapter 1.2 Pg 6-11
          • Chapter 1.3 Pg 14-17

Pre-Lab: Measurements and Instruments Lab

      • Due: Tomorrow at the start of class
      • Each station must be on a different page. Keep the stations and pages in order.
      • Pre-Lab must be complete when you arrive in class on lab day. We will start the lab on Tuesday, Sept 8th. Bring lab shoes!

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Planning for tomorrow:

      • Lab Equipment Walkthrough
      • Lab: Measurements and Instruments


September 2 - Wednesday

Due Tomorrow

      • Lab Notebooks must be brought to class tomorrow.

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*

Assignments (Due at 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 6 Seating Chart by writing your name in your seat.
          • Lab stations will be assigned tomorrow.
      3. 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.
      4. Assignment: General Math Review
          • Go to Google Classroom and find today's lesson.
          • Complete the "General Math Review". Follow instructions listed in Google Classroom.
          • We will grade this in class today.
      5. Reading Assignment
        • Access the online book by clicking on the link at the bottom of page in "Chemistry Resources" (the link will be there anytime you need to use the online book or, after you have logged in for the first time, you can use Clever.com to access the book)
          • Read and Take Notes (the notes DO NOT go in your lab notebook, it is used only for labs)
          • Chapter 1.1 Pg 2-3
          • Chapter 1.2 Pg 6-11
          • Chapter 1.3 Pg 14-17


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 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

      • Open Disclosure *Due Wednesday*
      • Media Release Form *Due Wednesday*
      • Lab Safety Agreement / Walkthrough *Due Wednesday*
      • $10 Lab Fee *Due Wednesday*
      • Lab Notebook (Composition Notebook) *Due Wednesday*
      • Seating Chart - where you sit on Wednesday is your permanent spot. The person you are sharing a table with is your permanent lab partner.
      • Cell Phone and Electronic Device Policy

Demo: Dragon Cereal outside

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.

Assignment: General Math Review

    1. Go to Google Classroom and find today's lesson.
    2. Complete the "General Math Review". Follow instructions listed in Google Classroom.


August 31 - Monday

Welcome Back!

Chromebook

      • Sanitizing after each period

About Me. About You.

      • Let's 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 Honors Chemistry by clicking on "Remind: Honors Chemistry" in Chemistry Resources at the bottom of this page.

BREAK TIME!!!

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 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

Google Classroom