Chemistry 1

WHEN ABSENT: Check agenda, gather copies from extra copy bin.  Turn in any due assignments. You are responsible...it is expected. :)
Warm ups:
RULES: 
Write datequestion short answer.
Absent? Make this up!
Accumulate for 2 weeks, then turn in.  
Every day is 1 point.
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Monday 1/26
WU: Describe something unique about yourself.
A: Seating chart  -   coursepacks   -   PRIDE   -    syllabus and safety contract (DUE WED)   -   DEMO
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Tuesday 1/27
WU: What is the procedure for when you come back from an absence?  
A: Reading Guide Part 1 (Pg2 & 3 Unit packet)   -    review   -    ppt notes ORGANIC CHEMISTRY  WARNING: QUIZ THUR over reading guide part 1
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Wednesday 1/28
WU:  Draw the structure for butane.
A: DUE: Syllabus  -    nomenclature review    -    LAB (models)   -   Reading Guide Part 2 (Pg 3 & 4 unit packet)...Finish as HW
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Thursday 1/29   ICE DAY
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Friday 1/30
WU: Draw the structure for octane.  Write the formula.
A:  SHORT QUIZ (LAB and reading guide part 1)   -   DUE: page 3 &4 -  review   -    LAB (models)   
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Monday 2/2  snow day!
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Tuesday 2/3
WU:  Draw the structure for 2-methylpentane.  Write the formula.
A: ppt notes ALKANES  -  discuss vocabulary - HW: Practice Part 1 & 2 (pg 9 & 10)            ...WARNING! TEST FRIDAY
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Wednesday 2/4
WU: Draw two carbon structures that are isomers of each other.  Name them and write the formula.
A: DUE: Page 9 & 10 in packet (review answers) Fix up lab -  Organic chemistry review sheet...finish as HW   
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Thursday 2/5
WU:  c-c-c-c-c   Name this compound.  Write the formula.  Draw an isomer for it.  Name it.  Write formula.
A: white sheet practice  - fix up labs (staple new to original lab and turn in)  -review sheet (review answers)  -  Practice QUIZ (review answers) -      HW: STUDY!!!!
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Friday 2/6
DUE: WU: What is the difference between a monomer and a polymer?
A: Organic FINAL QUIZ (entire unit)   -    Nuclear chemistry reading questions (packet pg 2 & 3) (Unit 2) ...finish as HW
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Monday 2/9
Turn in last week's warm up to turn in tray - start a NEW ONE today!    NEW: WU: What did Democritus call the smallest possible piece? 
A: DUE: Nuclear Chemistry history reading questions (pg 2 &3) (review answers)   -   Bill Nye Atoms video clip   -    Subatomic particles packet page 4...do together and finish on your own  -  go over answers
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Tuesday 2/10
WU:  Draw an atom.  Include all subatomic particles (labeled with charge).
A:  Finish going over page 4 answers from yesterday  -    Atoms powerpoint notes (pg 5 & 6 in packets)
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Wednesday 2/11
WU:  What is the difference between an atom and an ion?
A:  Page 7 in packet ...together    -    Practice isotope notations  -  review packet pages 1 - 6 with a buddy  -   HW: study!  Quiz through page 6 ONLY in packet tomorrow
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Thursday 2/12
WU:  Where is mass #, atomic # and charge written when writing isotope notation? (hint: see top of pg 7 in packet)
A:  Take 5-10 min to study packet pg 1 - 6    
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Friday 2/13
WU:  Write the isotope notation for an atom containing 12 neutrons and 11 protons and no charge.
A:  ----REVIEW EVERYTHING NOW THAT I'M BACK :)   -  QUIZ (subatomic particles & elements)   
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Monday 2/16
WU:  Write isotope notation for an ion containing 5 neutrons, 6 protons, and a charge of -2.
A: Page 8 in packet together -   Isotope notation pg 9 together  -  HW: Finish page 9 and pg 10 top chart only!   QUIZ WEDNESDAY over packet pg 7-10 (Isotope notation) 
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Tuesday 2/17
NO warm up
A: DUE: pg 10 packet (review answers)  -   ion practice sheet (isotope notation practice) -review
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Wednesday 2/18
No warm up
A:   Video: Nuclear Technology
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Thursday 2/19
WU:  Write the isotope notation of an ion containing 8 neutrons, 9 protons and a charge of +2.  Draw a picture of the ion including subatomic particles.
A: Practice isotope notation (whiteboards) -  - isotope LAB  - HW: Study!!  Isotope notation & ion drawings! Quiz tomorrow!
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Friday 2/20
No school
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Monday 2/23
WU: Isotope notation for ion containing 3 neutrons, 2 protons, and a charge of -1.  Draw a picture of the ion including subatomic particles.
A: page 10 chart (top -together) - LAB (10 ions-your choice) TURN IN
 - QUIZ (isotope notation)  -    
 SKIP THE FOLLOWING PAGES IN YOUR PACKETS:  pages 13 - 19 
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Tuesday 2/24
WU: Isotope notation for ion with a mass # of 20 and has 11 protons and 10 electrons.  Draw a picture of the ion.
A: Radioactivity ppt notes (pg 11 & 12)   
Unit review #1 pg 20&21 #1-9 only   
Unit review #2 ONLY DO #1-6 & 11 & 16 
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Wednesday 2/25
No warm up
A: Check answers to both reviews  -  Buddy study! TURN in STUDY Questions & sheet!  - HW: study!!!!  Unit test tomorrow!
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Thursday 2/26
DUE: WU: Isotope notation for ion with a mass # of 10, 6 protons and 5 electrons.  Draw a picture of the ion.
A: Turn in unit packet  -  Unit 2 TEST
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Friday 2/27
No School
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Monday 3/2
No school
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Tuesday 3/3  (class 2:09-2:50)
NEW: WU:  What part of the atom do you think is involved in NUCLEAR reactions?
A:  Fission, fusion and bombs ppt notes (pg 13 & 14) -  stuff you need to know about nuclear reactions (pg 15)
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Wednesday 3/4  
No class (only hours 4th-7th today)
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Thursday 3/5
WU: What is the difference between fission and fusion?
A: review notes & reading ?'s - 1/2 life lesson & practice  - STUDY pg 13-15 and 1/2 life (quiz tomorrow)
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Friday 3/6
WU: What's the difference between critical and subcritical for a power plant?
A:  QUIZ (nuclear)  - Periodicity vocab & reading questions (pg 1 & 2)...finish as HW 
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Monday 3/9
WU:  Name 2 differences between a metal and a nonmetal (see definitions).
A: DUE: pg 2 reading ?'s (review)  - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RRVV4Diomg
NOTES: Intro Periodic Table (pg 10)  -  Periodic Table Coloring & labeling (pg 13)
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Tuesday 3/10
WU: Who influenced the development of the periodic table and how is the table organized?
A: NOTES: Periodic Trends  (pg 11 & 12) - ADD trends to periodic table coloring sheet -  Trends (pg 3) together   -
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Wednesday 3/11
WU:  Which will have a higher I.E., a higher electronegativity and larger radius between K and Kr?
A: Periodic trend worksheet (together) -  trends (pg 4 & 5) together
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Thursday 3/12     (NSTA - sub)
WU:
A: Graphing Trends   -FOLLOW DIRECTIONS COMPLETELY - USE PENCIL ONLY - BE TEDIOUS AND ACCURATE  - BE CAREFUL!!
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Friday 3/13   (NSTA - sub)
WU:
A: Graphing Trends ---TURN IN, DUE BEFORE YOU LEAVE TODAY!
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Monday 3/16
WU: What is the relationship between atomic number and ionization energy?
A:  Review of periodic trends worksheet  - Video: Heavy Metals (complete pg 8 & 9) 
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Tuesday 3/17
WU:  Which elements will react similarly (those in the same period OR the same group) and why?
A:  LAB: Make a Periodic Table   
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Wednesday 3/18
WU: Make a periodic table (using the letters below) from the following information.
A + 1 = cloudy      A + 2 = white      A + 3 = white
B + 1 = pink         B + 2 = white      B + 3 = cloudy
C + 1 = cloudy      C + 2 = white      C + 3 = white
D + 1 = pink         D + 2 = white      D + 3 = cloudy
E + 1 = pink          E + 2 = white      E + 3 = cloudy
A: Finish Video: Heavy Metals (start 21:22)   -  TRENDS (pg 4 & 5) together   
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Thursday 3/19
WU: Rank these in order from LOWEST electronegativity to HIGHEST:  Mg, Si, Fe, Br
Defend your answer with evidence.
A: Finish pg 4 & 5 (few together, then check answers ) - Review of periodic trends worksheet  (partners)   -   HW: Unit review (pg 6 & 7)    
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Friday 3/20
DUE: WU:  Compare and contrast electronegativity and ionization energy.
A: DUE: Discuss unit review  - Go over answers to all sheets - HW: Practice TEST  -  STUDY!!  Unit 3 TEST MONDAY!!
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Monday 3/23
NEW: WU:  Why does electronegativity increase as you move to the right across a period?
A: DUE: Unit 3 packet  -  Unit 3 TEST -  iphone video...what elements are in those??
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TUES 3/24: 
WU: What is the difference between an ion and an atom?
A: What do atoms want??  (intro to Unit 4)  -   Lewis Dot structures discussion - Inquiry  -  HW: Reading Guide (page 1 in packet)
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WED 3/25:
WU:  Write Lewis Dot structures for Be, Cs, Si and O.
A: DUE: Reading Guide (pg 1)  -   Review answers - Packet pg 2 & 3 (together)  -  Discuss how you know...will it lose e- or gain e-  ...what type of ion will it form??    WANTS TO BE STABLE - how??
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THUR 3/26:
WU:  How does becoming an ION help stability for an atom?  
A:  Formation of Ions (pg 4)  - How do you know how many atoms are needed to make stability for bonding??  (Ionic formulas...pg 5)  -  HW: STUDY!!  Quiz tomorrow (pg 1-4 in packet)
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FRI  3/27:
WU:  Atoms want to be stable and become ions.  Ions want to be stable and form _______ with other ions.
A:  QUIZ (pg 1-4 in packet)  -  Finish pg 5    
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MON 3/30:
NO WARMUP
A: Complete monatomic ion practice pg 7   -   Ionic compound formulas (Lewis Dot structure)...pg 6  ---TURN IN  
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TUES 3/31:
WU:  What do you think MONATOMIC ionic bond means?  POLYATOMIC ionic bond?
A: WHITE BOARD PRACTICE Ionic formulas!!  -    HW: STUDY!!  QUIZ tomorrow (writing monatomic ionic compounds)
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WED 4/1: 
WU:  Write the formula for the monatomic ionic bond involving Rb and F.  Draw the Lewis Dot structure showing the bond.
A: QUIZ (writing monatomic ionic compounds)  -   Summarize the naming process  -   Notes: Naming Ionic Compounds...pg 13 -15  - PRACTICE naming monatomic ions (use pg 7)    -    Complete pg 9 (more practice!)  
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THUR 4/2:
WU:  Write the formula for the monatomic ionic bond involving Ca and N. 
A:  Finish notes (naming) - PRACTICE!! (pg 7)  - GAME!!
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SPRING BREAK!!!
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Mon 4/13
NEW: WU: Write the formula for the monatomic IONIC bond involving Li and O.  Name it.
A: Review Ionic Compounds (valence e-, ions, bonds, naming) - intro polyatomic compounds
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Tues 4/14
WU:  Write the formula for the polyatomic IONIC bond involving Calcium and Carbonate.  Name it.
A:  Monatomic Ion Reteach PAGE 8  (LAST time :))  -  Polyatomic compounds notes pg 16 & 17     
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Wed 4/15
WU:  Write the formula for the polyatomic ionic bond involving ammonium and silicon. Name it.
A: Ionic nomenclature (pg 9) together  -   Polyatomic practice pg 10 & 11...treat when you get 100%! (must be able to walk me through 3 examples to get the treat!)  - HW: Study!!!  Monatomic & Polyatomic ionic compounds QUIZ tomorrow!! (formulas and naming)
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Thur 4/16
WU:  Write the formula for the polyatomic ionic bond involving lithium and carbonate.  Name it.
A: QUIZ (polyatomic & monatomic ions)  -  Crossword puzzle (pg 12)  -TURN IN IONIC BOND HW PACKET
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Fri 4/17
WU:  Ions form _____________ bonds to become stable.  A metal ion bonds with a ______________.  Electrons are ______________.
A: Intro covalent bonds (Ionic vs covalent)  -  Vocab sheet: Definitions (use glossary) AND sketch of some kind - Reading ?'s (pg 2 packet)
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Mon 4/20
WU:  Name 2 differences between ionic compounds and covalent compounds.  
A: Notes: Covalent Compounds (pg 8 & 9)  -  Covalent Bonding (pg 3) together - Critical Thinking (pg 4)...complete by yourself  (review)
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Tues 4/21
WU: Draw the Lewis Dot structure for these compounds and NAME them:  H2O and CO2
A:   Finish pg 4  -  Lewis Dot Structures (pg 5)...alone/together  -  Name them!  -   Review Game
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Wed 4/22
WU: Draw the Lewis Dot structure for NH3.  Name it.
A:  Crossword & covalent practice 
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Thur 4/23
WU: Draw the Lewis Dot structure for OBr2.  Name it.
A:  Ionic vs covalent (pg 6)...alone/together  -  More practice!  (pg 7)...NAME THEM too!  -  Review!  - HW: STUDY!!  Covalent Bond QUIZ tomorrow!
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Fri 4/24
DUE:  WU: How do you tell an ionic compound from a covalent compound?
A: QUIZ (Covalent Bond)  - Turn in packets! - Reading ? pg 1,2 & 3 in Bonding Wrapup packet   
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Mon 4/27
NEW: WU: What is the difference between a polar covalent and nonpolar covalent bond?
A: Review reading ?'s pg 1,2,3  -  LAB: Ionic vs Covalent  -  
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Tues 4/28
WU:   NONE
A:   -  Page 4 & 5 in packet - Unit review (DUE TOMORROW)
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Wed 4/29
WU: Water is polar and so is sugar.  Will the sugar dissolve if mixed?  Explain.
A:  DUE: review (grade)  -  PPT Notes (quad sheet) on 4 Bonding Types     
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Thur 4/30
WU: What type of bond are each of the following:  IBr,  BaO, Fe2Ni3, SiO2
A:  Finish LAB  - Practice TEST - HW: study!! 
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Fri 5/1
NO CLASS
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Mon 5/4
WU: Describe 2 ways the naming of ionic compounds is different from the naming of covalent compounds.
A: Grade practice test  -  Unit TEST
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Tues 5/5
WU: Describe what a chemical reaction is.
A: Vocab sheet (page 1) (discuss)  - Reading ?'s pg 2 & 3 packet 
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Wed 5/6
WU:  2H2O   ...identify the coefficient AND the subscript.  What do those mean?
A:  DUE: Reading?s pg 2 & 3 (self-grade)  -  ppt notes: Chemical reactions & balancing (pg 13-15)
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Thur 5/7
WU:  CuCl2 + Ag -> AgCl + Cu     Balance this.
A: Atom Inventory sheet (practice QUIZ) - Balancing Reactions practice (pg 7 & 8) ONLY BALANCE
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Fri 5/8
DUE: WU:  Si + Cl2 -> SiCl4   Balance this.
    CaCl2  + Sn ->  SnCl3  + Ca    and this.
A: Balancing Reactions Quiz...form groups - Partners to work through more practice (pg 9 & 10)...check work - HW: Study!!  QUIZ over notes & balancing equations MONDAY
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Mon 5/11
NEW: WU: Balance this.    Al  +  FeO  ->  Al2O3  +  Fe
A:  QUIZ - Notes on Identifying Reactions 
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Tues 5/12
WU:  BALANCE and IDENTIFY this.     Sr  +  P2 ->  Sr3P2
A: Finish notes - 
Identify reactions pg 58 in coursepack (together)  -  
Identify reactions Pg 7-10 ...check your work!  - 
Reading ?'s pg 3-4 #23-#27 AND pg 5 & 6 (on own)...finish as HW
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Wed 5/13
WU:   BALANCE and IDENTIFY this.   Al  +  FeO  ->  Al2O3  +  Fe
A: DUE: Reading ?s #23-27 & pg 5 & 6 (self-correct)  -  Identify Reactions Quiz...form groups  - Partners to work through more practice (pg 11)...check work! - HW: study!!  QUIZ over identifying & balancing equations tomorrow!
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Thur 5/14
WU:  BALANCE and IDENTIFY this.   Zn  +  HCl  ->  ZnCl2  +  H2
A: QUIZ  -  Reading ?'s pg 4 (20 min) -   Self-correct Reading ?s pg 4
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Fri 5/15
WU:  What's the difference between an exothermic rxn and an endothermic rxn?
A:  Complete pg 12 Exo & Endothermic  - 
Unit Review...DUE tomorrow!
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Mon 5/18
WU:  Melting snow...exothermic or endothermic? Explain.
A: DUE: Unit review ...self correct  - review pg 12 - Practice TEST  - HW: STUDY!!  Unit 5 TEST tomorrow!
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Tues 5/19
WU:  BALANCE and IDENTIFY:     Al  +  HCl ->  AlCl3  +  H2
A: Review practice test -  staple review & practice test to HW packet and TURN IN -  Unit 5 TEST
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Wed 5/20
WU:  What is matter? Give examples.
A:  Look over tests - Physical Properties Unit 6 Reading ?s pg 1 #1-6  (review)  - 
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Thur 5/21
WU:  Describe the difference between heterogenous and homogenous mixtures.  Give examples.
A: Matter ppt with pg 6 form (students fill out as they watch) - Lego Activity (Elements & Mixtures)
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Fri 5/22
No warm up
A: Finish Lego Activity - Finish Reading ?'s Pg 1 & 2 and MSDS reading guide (pg 14)
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Tues 5/26
WU:  Describe the energy difference between a solid and a gas.
A:  Phase changes ppt (students take notes on colored paper and fill out pg 7) - 
Work through pg 8 (phase change graph interpretation) - 
Review Matter, mixtures & phase changes (QUIZ Thursday)
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Wed 5/27
WU:  What is it called when a gas become a solid?  Solid to a gas?
A: LAB: Sand & Iodine -  **QUIZ tomorrow!!
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Thur 5/28
WU: What process converts a gas to liquid?  Liquid to gas?
A: QUIZ (matter, mixtures & phase changes)  - Crossword pg 18 (Turn in entire packet) - Exam review
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Fri 5/29
DUE: WU:  Was it a physical or chemical separation we did in the lab (sand/iodine)? Explain.
A: Exam review  (Organic chem - Unit 1 - HELP SESSIONS IN THE BACK)
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Mon 6/1
NO WARMUP
A: Exam review  (Nuclear properties, Isotope notation - Unit 2 - HELP SESSIONS IN THE BACK)
**Exam review DUE B4 exam
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Tues 6/2
NO WARM UP
A: Exam review (Ionic vs covalent cmpnds -Unit 4 - HELP SESSIONS IN THE BACK)
**Exam review DUE B4 exam










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FRI 11/21: Unit 5 Chemical Reactions Reading Guide
(35 min) ...go over answers
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MON 11/24: Go over answers to 1st page of reading ?'s
Unit Flashcards
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TUES 11/25: Ppt notes (Types of reactions)  & (Reactions & balancing)
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WED - FRI 11/26 - 11/30 THANKSGIVING BREAK
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MON 12/1: chemical reactions vocab reminders
Atom inventory
Balancing Practice (progressive) ...finish as HW
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TUES 12/2: DUE: Balancing practice 
balancing equations lab activity
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WED 12/3: DUE: lab activity (discs) ...turn in
Balancing practice
HW: finish practice & study!!
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THUR 12/4: QUIZ (balancing & vocab)
Types of reactions notes ppt
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FRI 12/5: Finish types of reactions notes ppt
Review answers to reading guide (pg 2 & 3)
Practice identifying reactions (pg 58 #5)
Use past practice and now identify reactions on those
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MON 12/8: Balancing Reactions: S,D, A/B
Balancing Reactions: SR,DR,C  ...finish as HW
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TUES 12/9:  DUE: reactions worksheets
Reaction Types Synopsis sheet (together)...finish as HW
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WED 12/10: DUE: rxn types sheet 
Another synopsis sheet on rxn types
Energy reactions (review answers to #28-34 reading guide)
Breaking bonds requires energy...forming bonds releases energy!
Page 58 in coursepack #6-#11
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THUR 12/11: Review sheet  ---check answers
Practice test  ---check answers
HW: study!!  Test tomorrow!!
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FRI 12/12: Unit 5 TEST
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MON 12/15: Reaction LAB!  Woot!  DEMO: Combustion
Learn the new skill of predicting whether a reaction involving metals will occur or not.
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TUES 12/16: Examine Unit 5 tests ....test corrections
Unit 6 reading guide  (front side only)
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WED 12/17: Reaction LAB!  (finish)
Unit 6 Reading Guide   #1-4 
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THUR 12/18:  Types of matter ppt (notes)
Lego activity for types of matter
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FRI 12/19: review vocab and examples
Lego activity
Unit 6 reading guide #5 & 6, #23-26
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MON 1/5: Review types of matter (diagram)
Finish reviewing #5 & 6, 23-26 in reading guide
States of matter notes sheet 
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TUES 1/6: Phase changes diagram and question sheet  (goes with a ppt)
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WED 1/7: snow day
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THUR 1/8: snow day
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FRI 1/9: snow day
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MON 1/12: Reading guide #7-22 (take 15 min to complete & review)
PTV practice
Gas laws ppt
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TUES 1/13: Vocab QUIZ (matter, phases and phase changes)
LAB: Physical separation (sand and iodine lab) 
NOTE: if you were ABSENT, please get the lab sheet from me and view the powerpoint 1.1.15 Sand and Iodine (link below) to complete the lab.  Turn it in asap.
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WED 1/14: Gas law demos (worksheet with it)
Exam review work time
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THUR- FRI (1/15 - 1/16) EXAM REVIEW
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