Week of February 12, 2018

Matter, Bonding , & Compounds Unit

Monday 2/12/18- Introduction to MAtter

What is Matter guided notes

Matter Tree Map

Tuesday 2/13/18-Introduction to bonding

Intro to bonding video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEdRcfyYnSQ

Bonding Basics Review chart (see teacher for worksheet)

Ionic Bonds Practice (see teacher for worksheet)

Wednesday 2/14/18-Covalent bonding

Thursday 2/15/18-Matter Review

Matter Homework Packet (1)

Friday 2/16/18- Chemical & Physical Properties Review; Ionic & Covalent Bonds 

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Extra Credit/Grade Replacement Assignments (optional)

Each assignment that you submit for extra credit must be completed in its entirety. Each assignment is worth 20 points each. You will be responsible for printing off the assignments and completing them. Make sure you read the requirements for each assignment carefully and follow the directions. The deadline for submitting any assignments for extra credit is Friday, December 8, 2017 at 2:00pm. Assignments may be submitted earlier. Since this is an optional assignment, there will be no extensions given beyond this date.

Chemical Bonding Bonus Activity

Chemistry Elements Bonus Project

Unit 2 Atomic Structure Project

This packet contains 15 or more activities. Each assignment is worth 5 point each. You must complete at least 5 activities from this packet in order to receive extra credit. You may complete as many activities from the packet as you like but 5 is the minimum that you must complete. Print off the sheet that lists the activities and circle the ones that you have completed and submit it with the completed activities.

The Periodic Table Packet Bonus Activities

Making rock candy lab (worth 50 points) 

For this extra credit activity, you must complete the lab at home, write a complete formal lab report according to the lab report rubric, and bring in the rock candy that you made. Directions for the lab are found below:

https://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/homemade-rock-candy/

 

Week of November 27- December 1, 2017

Monday 11/27- Introduction to Heat and Energy

video-intro to specific heat and calculations explained

Complete practice problems below if you were absent:

Specific heat equation, examples and practice problems

HW problems-due tomorrow 11/28

 

Tuesday 11/28- Heat and Energy Guided Notes & Calculations 

online practice problems

Wednesday 11/29- Final temperature and mass calculations

Notes-11.29.17

Thursday 11/30- Heat and Energy Review

Friday 12/1- Heat and Energy Assessment 

Week of November 13-17,2017

Monday- Intro to Unit 4: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium-Notes; How to read a potential energy diagram

Tuesday- Kinetics and Reaction Rates Classwork

Energy diagram practice

Wednesday- Unit 4 Reaction Rates and Equilibrium Test Review and Sugar an unusual explosion-article review and questions

 

Thursday- Unit 4 Review

Reaction Rates and Kinetics video

Friday- Unit 4 Assessment; optional Stoichiometry re-test (Remediation packets must be completed in order to qualify to re-test)

Week of October 30-November 3, 2017

Monday 10/30/17- Calculating Empirical and Molecular formulas; Review % Composition

Empirical and Molecular formulas video

Tuesday 10/31/17- Review for Moles Test; Complete Study Guide for Moles Test

Wednesday 11/1/17- Moles Test (scientific calculator is needed)

Thursday 11/2/17- Chemistry current events article and article questions

Friday 11/3/17- Chemical compounds foldable-due Monday 11/6/17 

Chemical Compound Foldable-Instructions

Tab 1/Page 1- Ionic Compounds (Binary & Ternary)

  • Define ionic, binary and ternary compounds
  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming ionic compounds (binary & ternary)
  • List 3 metals and 3 nonmetals. Include their charges.
  • Write the chemical formulas and names for the above compounds.
  • 3 images of ionic compounds

Tab 2/Page2- Ionic Compounds with Transition metals

  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming ionic compounds with transition metals
  • Include why roman numerals are used
  • List 3 transition metals and 3 nonmetals. Include their charges (with roman numerals).
  • Write the chemical formulas and names for the above compounds.
  • 3 images of ionic compounds with transition metals

Tab 3/Page 3- Covalent compounds

  • Define covalent compounds
  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming covalent compounds
  • List the prefixes (1-10) used for naming covalent compounds
  • List 6 nonmentals. Show their Lexis dot structures.
  • Write the chemical formulas and names for the above compounds.
  • 3 images of covalent compounds

Tab 4/Page 4- Acidic Compounds

  • Define acidic compounds and oxyacids
  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming covalent compounds
  • Write 3 acids without oxygen and 3 acids with oxygen. Show the charges. Include the formulas and names
  • 3 images of acidic compounds