Week 12 Wednesday 11/1 - Electrons and the Structure of the Atom Test Review Quiz Corrections Homework Study for over Chapters 4,5, & 25.
Thursday 11/2 - Electrons and the Structure of the Atom ASSESSMENT - Electrons and Structure of the Atom Test.
Friday 11/3 - Electrons and the Structure of the Atom Correct Quiz Correct Test
Week 13 Monday 11/6 - The Nature of Science Lorenzo's Oil
Tuesday 11/7 - The Nature of Science Lorenzo's Oil
Wednesday 11/8 - The Nature of Science Lorenzo's Oil
Thursday 11/9 - The Nature of Science Lorenzo's Oil
Friday 11/10 - Veteran's Day No School
Week 14 Chapter 6 - The Periodic Table BIG IDEA: Electrons and the Structure of Atoms Essential Question: 1. What information does the periodic table provide? 2. How can periodic trends be explained? Monday - 11/13 - Organizing the Periodic Table a. How did chemists begin to organize the periodic table? b. How did Mendeleev organize his periodic table? c. How is the modern periodic table organized? d. What are three broad classes of elements? e. What information can be displayed in a periodic table? Crash Course ChemistryVideos - The Periodic Table NOTES: The Periodic Table http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYW50F42ss8 Homework: READ 6.2 & 6.3 Tuesday 11/14 - Periodic Trends f. How can elements be classified based on electron configuration? g. What are the trends among the elements for atomic size. h. How do ions form? NOTES:& Periodic trends, (slides 1-16). Homework: Complete Periodic Law w/s
Wednesday 11/15 - Periodic Trends i. What are the trends among the elements for first ionization energy, ionic size, and electronegativity. Go over Periodic Law Lab. Homework: Periodic Trends w/s
Monday 11/7 - Ionic Bonds and Ionic Compounds d.) What is the electrical charge of an ionic compound? e.) What are three properties of ionic compounds? NOTES: Ionic Compounds Sample Problem 7.1. Complete PP 10&11 on pg 203. Homework: Ionic Compounds w/s. READ 7.3
Chapter 8 Covalent Bonding BIG IDEA: Bonding and Interactions Essential Questions: 1. How is the bonding in molecular compounds different from the bonding in ionic compounds. 2. How do electrons affect the shape of a molecule? 3. What factors affect molecular properties?
Wednesday 11/9 - Molecular Compounds a. What information does a molecular formula provide? b. What representative units define molecular compounds and ionic compounds? NOTES: Molecular Compounds (Lewis Structures, slides 1-7). Homework: READ 8.2 Complete practice problem 8 on page 229.
Thursday 11/10 - The Nature of Covalent Bonding c. What is the result in electron sharing on covalent bonds? d. How are coordinate covalent bonds different from other covalent bonds? e. What are some exceptions to the octet rule? f. How are resonance structures used? NOTES: Molecular Compounds. (Lewis Structures for Polyatomic Ions, slides 8-16, & Resonance Structures slides 22 & 23). Homework - Lewis Structure w/s.
Friday 11/11 - Veterans Day No School
Week 14 Monday 11/14 - The Nature of Covalent Bonding f. How is the strength of a covalent bond related to its bond dissociation energy? Go over w/s. NOTES: Molecular Compounds. Homework: READ section 8.3 pp 240-243, and 8.4.
Wednesday 11/16 - Polar Bonds and Molecules j. How do electronegativity values determine the charge distribution in a polar bond? k. How do the strengths of intermolecular attractions compare with the strengths of ionic and covalent bonds? l. Why are the properties of covalent compounds so diverse? Go over w/s NOTES: Molecular Polarity. Add dipoles to molecular geometry worksheet. Homework: Study for Molecular Geometry Quiz.
Thursday 11/17 - Molecular Geometry QUIZ: Molecular Geometry quiz. Homework: Begin Chemical Nomenclature Packet
Chapter 9 - Chemical Names and Formulas BIG IDEA: Electrons and the Structure of Atoms & Bonding and Interactions Essential Questions: 1. How does the periodic table help you determine the names and formulas of ions and compounds? 2. What is the difference between an ionic and a molecular compound?
Friday 11/18 a. How can you determine the changes of monatomic ions? b. How do polyatomic ions differ from monatomic ions? How are they similar? NOTES: Naming Molecular Compounds (slides). NOTES: Acid Nomenclature. Sample Problems 9.8 &9.9 Homework: Work on Chemical Nomenclature Packet. Due Tuesday November 29. QUIZ over naming and writing the formulas for the polyatomic ions on page 268 will be on Wednesday November 30.