Week 19 Monday 1/2 - New Years Holiday - No School
Tuesday 1/03 - Teachers Planning Day - No School
Wednesday 1/04- Teacher Inservice - No School
Chapter 10 - Chemical Quantities Big Idea - The Mole and Quantifying Matter Essential Questions: 1. Why is the mole an important measurement in chemistry? 2. How can the molecular formula of a compound be determined experimentally?
Thursday 1/5 - The Mole: A Measurement of Matter Welcome! Periodic Seat Assignments. a. How can you convert among the count, mass, and volume of something? b. How do chemists count the number of atoms, molecules, or formula units in a substance? c. How do you determine the molar mass of an element and of a compound? Discuss: Measuring Matter, Sample Problem 10.1. NOTES: Molar Conversion, (Slides 1-7). Sample Problem 10.4. Homework - READ: 10.1. Do problems 1 & 2 on pg 307, and 7-8 on pg 315. A fun web site to look at regarding moles: http://what-if.xkcd.com/4/
Friday 1/6 - Mole-Mass and Mole-Volume Relationships Warm up - 10.1 d. How do you convert the mass of a substance to the number of moles of the substance? NOTES: Molar Conversion, (Slides 8-11). Complete 3-6 on pp 309-311 and 12-15 on pg 315. Video? Homework - READ: 10.2 Do Practice Problems #16-19.
Week 20 Monday 1/9 - Mole-Mass, Mole-Volume Relationships e. How do you convert the volume of a gas at STP to the number of moles of the gas? NOTES: Mole -Volume Relationships, pg 320. Sample Problem 10.7, pg 321. Practice Problems 20-21. Homework - Molar Conversion w/s.
Tuesday 1/10 Go over w/s Classwork: Complete Lesson Check Problems 29,30,31, & 32. Introduce Investigation - "Molar Relationships: What are the Identities of the Unknown Compounds Homework - The Mole Review questions #1,3,6,8,10. (Show all work.)
Wednesday 1/11 - Molar Relationships ASSESSMENT - Quiz over Molar Conversions Homework - READ: Molar Relationships:What Are the Identities of the Unknown Compounds? In your Lab Journal, write the Guiding Question. Write the task (goal) including the names and formulas of the 7 compounds. 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.
Thursday 1/12 - Molar Relationships As a group, discuss and write down in your journal at least two concepts to discuss as background information. Then discuss each member's answers to the "Getting Started Ideas". Discuss and come up with a procedure to follow to complete your task. Write the procedure down in your Journal. Finally, make a blank data table to record your data from the investigation. DUE AT THE END OF THE PERIOD. Homework" READ 10.3.
Friday 1/13 -Molar Relationships f. How do you calculate the percent composition of a compound? g. How can you calculate the empirical formula of a compound? h. How does the molecular formula of a compound compare with the empirical formula? Warm-up over 10.3 NOTES: Percent Composition, Formula Calculations. On your own, complete Reading workbook pp 135 - 137. Then working with your lab partner/partners, complete pages 144 - 150, (Practice Problems 33, 36, 39, & 42. Homework: Complete Practice Problems 34, 35,37, 38, 40, & 41.
Week 21 Monday 1/16 - Martin Luther King Day No School
Tuesday 1/17 - Molar Relationships and Percent Composition INVESTIGATE: What Are the Identities of the Unknown Compounds? Collect data. Correct Molar Conversion Quiz. Homework - On a separate sheet of paper, "analyze" your data to answer the guiding question. Create a data table to display your analyzed data. Be sure to SHOW ALL YOUR WORK!
Thursday 1/19 - Percent Composition and Chemical Formulas Go over Formula Calculations w/s. Homework - Mole Review questions 12-20 (Show all work).
Friday 1/20 - Percent Calculations and Formula Calculations QUIZ: Formula Calculations. Homework - Nomenclature Review worksheet. Review Chemical Nomenclature Packet for test on Tuesday Week 22 Chapter 10 - Chemical Quantities Big Idea - The Mole and Quantifying Matter Essential Questions: 1. Why is the mole an important measurement in chemistry? 2. How can the molecular formula of a compound be determined experimentally? a. How can you convert among the count, mass, and volume of something? b. How do chemists count the number of atoms, molecules, or formula units in a substance? c. How do you determine the molar mass of an element and of a compound? d. How do you convert the mass of a substance to the number of moles of the substance? e. How do you convert the volume of a gas at STP to the number of moles of the gas? f. How do you calculate the percent composition of a compound? g. How can you calculate the empirical formula of a compound? h. How does the molecular formula of a compound compare with the empirical formula? Monday 1/23 - Chemical Names, Formulas, and Quantities Review: Formula Calculations Quiz. Test Review: Chapter 9&10 Homework: Study for Chapter 9&10 Test
Tuesday 1/24 - Chemical Names, Formulas, and Quantities ASSESSMENT: Chapter 9&10 Test Homework: READ 11.1. Complete 1&2 on pg 349, and 9 on pg 354.
Wednesday 1/25 - Describing Chemical Reactions Chapter 11 - Chemical Reactions BIG IDEA: Reactions Essential Questions: 1. How do chemical reactions obey the law of conservation and mass? 2. How can you predict the products of a chemical reaction? NOTES - Intro into Chemical Reactions a. How do you write a skeleton equation? Correct Test Homework - Intro to Reactions w/s .
Thursday 1/26 - Describing Chemical Reactions b. What are the steps for writing and balancing a chemical equation. Go over Intro to Reactions w/s. NOTES: Balancing Equations. Homework: Balancing Equations "Practice Problems" w/s
Friday 1/27 - Describing Chemical Reactions Go over w/s Balancing Equation "Homework" w/s Homework: Page 341, # 104. Please use your graphing calculator to answer this problem. Sketch your graph on your notebook paper. If you do not have a graphing calculator, you will have to create the graph using graph paper, using correct graphing protocol. For assistance with using your calculator or making your graph from scratch, see the "Reference Material" button at the top of the page.
Week 23 Monday 1/30- Describing Chemical Reactions Go over w/s. Homework: Chemical Reactions Review # 1-14. Write and Balance the equations only.
Tuesday 1/31 - 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. Please bring a graphing calculator to class if possible.