Week 23 Wednesday 1/31 - Describing Chemical Reactions Go over w/s. Go over Practice Problems and Lesson Check Homework: Chemical Reactions Review # 1-14. Write and Balance the equations only.
Thursday 2/1 - Describing Chemical Reactions ASSESSMENT: Intro to Reactions Quiz Homework: READ 11.2. Do Practice Problems 12-14 on pg 359 and 18-19 on pg 365.
Friday 2/2 - Types of Chemical Reactions c. What are the five general types of reactions? Warm up Go over graphing homework NOTES: Types of Reactions Homework: Complete Problems 15-17 on pg 361 & 363. READ 11.3
Week 24 Monday 2/5 - Reactions in Aqueous Solutions d. What does a net ionic equation show? e. How can you predict the formation of a precipitate in a double replacement reaction? NOTES: Net Ionic Equations Do Practice Problems 25-28 Homework: Types of Chemical Reactions w/s. Write Total and Net Ionic equations for #2, & 5.
Tuesday 2/6 - Types of Chemical Reactions Go over w/s Correct Quiz Homework: Chemical Reaction Review w/s #15-24. Write Total and Net Ionic Equations for #15, 17, 19, 21,& 23 if applicable.
Wednesday 2/7 - The meaning of Oxidation and Reduction Chapter 20 - Oxidation-Reduction Reactions BIG IDEA: REACTIONS Essential Questions: 1. What happens during oxidation and reduction? a. What happens to a substance that undergoes oxidation? What happens to a substance that undergoes reduction? Warm up NOTES: Oxidation and Reduction Reactions. Homework: READ - Section 20.1, pages 692-699. Complete Practice Problems 1-2 on pg 695 & complete Lesson Check #7-9.
Thursday 2/8 - Oxidation Numbers b. What is the general rule for assigning oxidation numbers? c. How are oxidation and reduction defined in terms of a change in oxidation number? Go over Homework NOTES: Oxidation Numbers. Groups: Practice Problems #10 - 15. Homework: READ 20.2. Complete Practice Problems #10-15, and Lesson check 19.
Friday 2/9 - Describing Redox Equations d. What are the two classes of chemical reactions? Review: #8 & 9, 14b, #19-20, and 21b. NOTES: Identifying Redox Reactions. Practice Review pg 720, a & c # 34, 36, 37, 42, & 45 and f. Homework: READ 20.3 pp 707-709. Finish Classwork.
Week 25 Monday 2/12 - Types of Chemical Reactions Investigation - Not My Type Homework: Begin working on Conclusion questions. (Due at the end of class tomorrow.)
Tuesday 2/13 - Types of chemical reaction Finish "Not My Type" Lab. Homework: Finish Lab. Due at start of class tomorrow.
Wednesday 2/14 - Types of Chemical Reactions Go over Graphing Exercise on page 341. Go over "Not my Type" Investigation. Homework: Complete Oxidation and Reduction "Quiz" (This is a handout and is a homework grade, not a quiz)
Thursday 2/15 Go over w/s Test Review over Chapter 13 & 20 (through page 709) Homework: Study for Types of Chemical Reactions Test
Friday 2/16 ASSESSMENT: Types of Chemical Reactions Homework. READ - 12.1. Complete Graphing Exercise on pg 482, #96 a, b, c, &d. Additionally answer the following two questions: e. What would be the pressure of the gas at 110 degrees? f. What would be the temperature of the gas at 850 mm Hg?
You will have to create the graph using graph paper, using correct graphing protocol as outlined in Graphing Skills. You will not only be graded on answering the questions correctly but on how well you make your graph. In addition, you must place a data point on your line for each interpolated and each extrapolated point. Label these points with their x and y coordinates. This will be for a lab grade and is due Wednesday.
Week 26 Monday 2/19 - President's Day No School
Chapter 12 - Stoichiometry Big Idea: The Mole REACTIONS Essential Questions: 1. How are balanced chemical equations used in stoichiometric calculations? 2. How can you calculate amounts of reactants and products in a chemical reaction? Tuesday 2/20 - The Arithmetic of Equations a. How do chemists use balanced chemical equations? b. In terms of what quantities can you interpret a balanced chemical equation? Warm up Investigation-Mass, Moles, and Ratios part I. NOTES: Stoichiometry, thru slide 7. Homework: Finish Part I of the Investigation. READ 12.2
Wednesday 2/21 - Chemical Calculations c. How are mole ratios used in chemical calculations? Warm up Go over part I Investigation part II. Correct Test Homework: Finish Part II through #4
Thursday 2/22- Chemical Calculations d. What is the general procedure for solving a stoichiometric problem? Warm up Go over Investigation Part II NOTES: Stoichiometry, cont. Homework: Stoichiometry w/s. Skip 4 & 5.
Friday 2/23 - Chemical Calculations Warm-up Go over w/s NOTES: Molarity Homework: READ - 12.3. Complete problems 4&5 on the Stoichiometry w/s.
Week 27 Chapter 12 - Stoichiometry Big Idea: The Mole REACTIONS Essential Questions: 1. How are balanced chemical equations used in stoichiometric calculations? 2. How can you calculate amounts of reactants and products in a chemical reaction? Monday 2/26 - Limiting Reagent and Percent Yield e. How is the amount of product in a reaction affected by an insufficient quantity of any of the reactants? Warm up Practice Problem NOTES: Real World Stoichiometry. Homework: Complete Practice Problems 26-29
Wednesday 2/28 - Stoichiometry Calculations ASSESSMENT - Stoichiometry Quiz Homework - READ: Lab 24. Identification of Reaction Products: What Are the Products of the Chemical Reactions? Write the Guiding Question. Write the task (goal) and complete the four given chemical reactions to determine what the products will be. Write a procedure to complete the four chemical reactions using a microwell plate and dropper bottles. Create a data table to record your raw data.
Thursday 3/1 - Identification of Reaction Products Investigation Stage 1 Share your chemical equations and procedure with your group. Decide on a procedure to follow and complete your chemical reactions.
Investigation Stage 2 Guiding Question - A 1.00M solution of copper II sulfate is combined with a 1.5M solution of ammonium hydroxide. How much of each reactant is needed to produce 2.00 grams of product? Class Discussion- Background Information, filtration and drying. Homework: Following the guidelines given in the "Getting Started" section, write down your personal ideas for what type of data you need to collect, how you will collect the data, and how you will analyze the data.