Friday, September 15, 2017

Lesson Plans Sept 18-22 (Week 6)

Lesson Plans Sept 18-22  (Week 6)

Chemistry I – The objective this week is to finish up our unit on physical and chemical properties and changes and the review of the elements for a Chapter 1 test.  We will begin our unit on measurement with a lab on qualitative analysis at the end of the week.  This is different than quantitative analysis which involves numbered measurements.  Qualitative analysis uses descriptive analysis, such as precipitates.  Ask your student what a precipitate is and how to spell it.

Monday: 
1.       Lab reports back and discuss
2.       Element review
3.       STP/1-3 worksheet due tomorrow
4.       Continue notes
5.       Unit II homework sheet due Weds
6.       Book assignment Reviewing Concepts page 28 #10, 17, 22 and Problems 1,3, and 4 due Thurs
7.       Test on Friday
Tuesday: 
1.       Grade STP and changes worksheet
2.       Continue notes
3.       Element review
4.       Unit II worksheet due Thursday
5.       Book assignment Reviewing Concepts page 28 #10, 17, 22 and Problems 1,3, and 4 due Friday

Weds:  HOMECOMING GAMES!
1.       Unit II worksheet  due tomorrow
2.       Element review
3.       Test on Tuesday
4.       Book assignment Reviewing Concepts page 28 #10, 17, 22 and Problems 1,3, and 4 due Friday

Thurs: 
1.       Unit II test with elements Tuesday
2.       grade Book assignment Reviewing Concepts page 28 #10, 17, 22 and Problems 1,3, and 4 Friday
3.       finish notes
4.       qualitative analysis pre- lab

Friday:  

1.  Unit II Test Tuesday
2.  grade Book assignment Reviewing Concepts page 28 #10, 17, 22 and Problems 1,3, and 4
3.  finish notes if needed
4.  measurement unit notes
5.  element review
6.  Qualitative Analysis Lab Monday




Lesson Plans Sept 18-22  (Week 6)

Adv. Chemistry – This week will continue our exploration into stoichiometry.  Students will evaluate their three day lab on reaction stoichiometry.  Limiting reactants will be explored further.  We will also revisit the concept of molarity or concentration and have a molarity lab where students prepare certain concentrations of various chemical solutions.  Multiple short quizzes will assess these concepts.

Monday:
1.  Stoich quiz #2
2.  Reaction Labs due tomorrow
3.  Molarity Notes
3.  Finish Stoich set 2 for tomorrow
4.  quiz Weds. on basic stoich
5.  Limiting worksheet due Thursday

Tuesday:  
1.  Quiz back
2.  Grade Set II
3.  Part I of Molarity Lab

Weds:  HOMECOMING GAMES!
1.  multiple choice basic stoich quiz
2.  Limiting problems due tomorrow

Thursday:
1.  quiz back
2.  grade limiting homework
3.  Finish Part II of Molarity Lab - due Friday
4.  limiting quiz tomorrow

Friday: 
1.  Molarity Handout together
2.  Molarity worksheet due Weds
3.  Molarity Labs finish and due Monday
4.  Limiting Quiz Tuesday

Lesson Plans Sept 18-22  (Week 6)
AP Chemistry – This week we will continue our application of equilibrium to determine reaction shifts using LeChatelier's Principle and the equilibrium constant.  We will use a virtual lab to tests these shifts as well as several wet labs.  Periodic Table review from the summer will include a quiz and test over the topic.


Monday:
1.  cook shirts!
2.  finish notes on LeChateliers
3.  LeChatelier's worksheet I due Weds
4.  PT review quiz tomorrow and test on Thursday

Tuesday:   
1.  PT review quiz 
2.  LeChatelier's worksheet I due tomorrow
3.  Start Virtual Equilibrium Lab

Weds:  HOMECOMING GAMES!
1.  ion quiz
2.  grade LeChatelier's I
3.  LeChatelier's worksheet II due Friday

Thursday:
1.  PT Test
2.  Continue simulation
3.  LeChatelier's worksheet II due Friday

Friday: 
1.  grade LeChatelier's II
2.  Quiz I over it
3.  LeChatelier's quiz

4.  Finish Virtual simulation

Thursday, September 7, 2017

WEEK FIVE: Lesson Plans Sept 11th – Sept 15th

WEEK FIVE:
Chemistry I Lesson Plans Sept 11th – Sept 15th
This week we will focus on the difference between physical and chemical properties and changes and what indicates that a chemical reaction has occurred.  The Physical and Chemical Properties Lab will be used to refer to these concepts with the lab report due at the end of the week.
Monday: 
1.  Work on Lab reports due Friday Sept 15th, turnitin by the 18th
2.  GTK chapter 2 due

Tuesday:
1.       Grade GTK chapter 2
2.       Lab reports due, turnitin by the 18th
3.       Continue notes
4.       Find your weight worksheet

Weds:
1.       Grade elements
2.       Continue notes thru energy
3.       STP and changes worksheet due Friday - side 1-3 only
Thurs:
1.       Continue notes thru STP
2.       STP side together in class
3.       1-3 skill-sheet due Friday
4.       element review
5.        
Friday: 
1.       grade 1-3 skill-sheet
2.       Unit II homework sheet due Weds
3.       Labs due
4.       turnitin due Monday

Chemistry II Lesson Plans Sept 11th – Sept 15th

This week we will continue our discussion of limiting and excess reactants using stoichiometry problems and labs.  The concept of concentration and molarity will also be revisited.  These are big ideas in the study of chemistry and are used throughout the year.  Molarity will also be revisited.

Monday:  
1.  Potassium Chlorate Labs back
2.  grade stoichiometry I worksheet
3.  Stoichiometry notes over limiting and excess
4.  Quiz tomorrow over stoichiometry

Tuesday:
1.       Quiz I over stoichiometry
2.       Set 2 due Friday
3.       pre-lab reaction stoich

Weds:
1.   Reaction Stoichiometry Lab
2.   stoich quiz I if absent
3.   work on set 2 due Friday


Thursday: 
1.  Reaction Stiochiometry Lab
2.   put up data from yesterday
3.  go over quiz I while heating reaction
4.    work on stoich 2 due Friday
5.  Quiz 2 tomorrow

Friday: 
1.       go over lab results
2.       finish stoich notes
3.       stoich quiz II
4.       Stoich 2 due
5.    Limiting Stoich due Thursday

AP Chemistry Lesson Plans Sept 11th – Sept 15th

This week we will continue our application of equilibrium to determine reaction shifts using LeChatelier's Principle and the equilibrium constant.

Monday:
1.      equilibrium I worksheet due and grade
2.      equilibrium I quiz
3.      equilibrium II worksheet due tomorrow
4.      equilibrium II quiz tomorrow
5.      ion quiz on Weds
6.      equilibrium notes and examples
7.      bozeman 63 if haven't

Tuesday:
1.      equilibrium I quiz back
2.      grade equilibrium II
3.      equilibrium II quiz
4.      continue notes
5.      Bozeman 64 if time

Weds:
1.  Ion quiz #1 Revisited
2.  Go over equilibrium II quiz
3.  continue notes thru LeChatelier's
4.  Bozeman 64 if needed

Thursday:
1.  continue notes on LeChatelier's
2.  Hand back ch 2 Periodic Table - need crib notes and slide
3.  Equilibrium Review due Monday

Friday:
1.      go over ch 2 PT - quiz Tuesday over it, test Thursday over it
2.      Equilibrium Review due Monday
3.      continue notes on LeChatelier's if time

4.      ion quiz 2 revisited on Weds 

Friday, September 1, 2017

Week 4: Lesson Plans September 5th - 8th

Week 4:  Lesson Plans September  5th - 8th

Chemistry I:  This week will focus on using lab to learn about physical and chemical properties.  Our first unit test on lab equipment, types of chemistry, and the scientific method will assess our chapter one knowledge and we will begin chapter two by learning the elements.

Monday:  LABOR DAY

Tuesday: 

1.  Unit I test
2.  Physical and Chemical Properties Lab - read over pre-lab
3.  set up turnitin account

Weds:  Day One of Physical and Chemical Properties Lab - properties

Thursday:  Day Two of Physical and Chemical Properties Lab - changes

Friday: 
1.  Day Three of Physical and Chemical Properties Lab - reactions
2.  Work on Lab reports due next Wednesday 9/13
3.  Set up turnitin.com account

Week 4:  Lesson Plans September  5th - 8th

Advanced Chemistry:  This week we will use the Potassium Chlorate Lab to apply our knowledge of percent composition, formulae, and stoichiometry.

Monday:  LABOR DAY

Tuesday: 
1.  Stoichiometry notes
2.  Potassium Chlorate Lab – due Friday 9/8
3.  Turnitin.com information
4.  Stoichiometry Problems I worksheet due Friday

Weds:
1.  Smores Lab
2.  Stoichiometry notes continued

Thursday: 
1. Finish Stoichiometry Notes on percent yield
2.  Labs due tomorrow
3.  Stoichiometry Problems I worksheet due Friday

Friday:
1.  Stoichiometry Problems I due and grade
2.  Finish  notes
3.  Stoichiometry Probs II due Tuesday

Week 4:  Lesson Plans September 5th - 8th
AP Chemistry:  We will begin our study of equilibrium and learn how to determine if a reaction is spontaneous and will shift forward or not.  Chemistry Club t-shirts using ultraviolet developing will be made so we have something to wear on our visits to the elementary and junior high schools.   The underwater fireworks lab will be demonstrated to the Chemistry I classes by Chem Club students in the STEM lab.

Tuesday: 
1.  ion quiz tomorrow
2.  FR #3 back
3.  dye shirts for development
4.  equilibrium notes and examples
5.  equilibrium I worksheet due tomorrow
6.  equilibrium II worksheet due Weds
7.  ion quiz on Friday


Wednesday:
1.  intermolecular forces lab
2.  ion quiz #3
3.  go over equilibrium I
4.  quiz over it
5.  equilibrium II due tomorrow
6.  continue notes
7.  Bozeman 63


Thursday: 
1.  develop shirts at lunch
2.  grade equilibrium II
3.  quiz over it
4.  continue notes thru LeChatelier


Friday:
1.  t-shirts
2.  continue notes on LeChatelier

3.  Virtual Equilibrium Lab - do not do until done with notes!!!! 

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

turnitin logins

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Friday, August 25, 2017

Week Three Lesson Plans for August 28th -September 1st

Brett Block

Week Three Lesson Plans for August 28th -September 1st

Chemistry I – This week we will be getting into the lab to cut, fire polish, and bend glass tubing.  This allows me to identify the pyromaniacs and deviants so I am aware of their presence in the lab.  It is fine to be fascinated by fire – I just want to be aware.  I certainly love fire myself.  We will also be reviewing unit I to prepare for the test over types of Chemistry and the scientific method.  Students will learn and identify lab equipment for the test as well.

Monday:
1.       Post-tests back
2.       Finish notes
3.       glass bending lab pre-lab sheet
4.       Lab equipment review  and lab drawers
5.       Element review - past due
6.       Getting to know chapter 1 due Thursday
7.       Unit I Review for Test Tuesday next week

Tuesday:
1.       Unit I review due Friday
2.       Unit I test on Tuesday
3.       Glassworking Lab
4.       review lab equipment

Wednesday:  Volleyball Guys speaker
1.       Review due Friday to study
2.       GTK ch 1 due tomorrow
3.       review lab equipment
4.       Start Unit II Notes Matter, Change, and Energy

Thursday:
1.       GTK ch 1 due and grade
2.       Unit I test on Tuesday
3.       Lab equipment review for test
4.       Continue Unit II Notes

Friday:  HALF DAY- Dr. Elledge speaker
1.  test on Tuesday
2.  Glassworking Lab - finish if needed
3.  Lab equipment review


Objectives:

1. analyze proper lab safety procedures
2. identify lab equipment
3. identify locations of safety equipment in lab
4.  follow scientific thinking/processes
a. recognize the importance of solving problems by using a series of steps
b. explain the steps of the scientific method
c. describe the importance of controlled experiments
d.  perform experiment
5.  Application of the scientific method to real life

Common Core Standards:

RST.9-10.4.  Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 9–10 texts and topics.
RST.9-10.5.  Analyze the structure of the relationships among concepts in a text, including relationships among key terms (e.g., force, friction, reaction force, energy).

Assessments:
·        Lab report pre-lab
·        Glass-working Lab
·        Getting to know Chapter 1 assignment - types of chemistry and scientific method
·        identification and use of lab equipment

Week Three Lesson Plans for August 28th -September 1st

Chemistry II - This week will focus on applying our review of balancing and calculating formula mass, percent composition, and empirical and molecular formulae using a lab on finding the percent of oxygen in potassium chlorate.  Use of lab techniques and individual design of methods to improve accuracy and precision will be discussed after the lab is completed

Monday:
  1. Chapter 7 quiz moved to Weds
  2. sterilize equipment for lab tomorrow
  3. begin Stoichiometry Notes
  4. Lab report format and turnitin codes

Tuesday:
  1. Potassium Chlorate Lab
  2. Lab report format and turnitin codes

Wednesday: Volleyball Guys speaker
  1. Chapter 7 Quiz
  2. Lab reports due next Thursday Sept 7th with turnitin by midnight Saturday
  3. Weigh crucible if needed
  4. Continue Lab if needed

Thursday:
  1. Ch 7 quiz back
  2. Finish Lab - use other glassware as a new trial if possible!
Friday: HALF DAY- Dr. Elledge speaker
  1. Finish Potassium Chlorate Lab if needed
  2. discuss lab data
  3. lab reports due next Thursday with turnitin by Saturday


Objectives:

1. analyze proper lab safety procedures
2. identify lab equipment
3. identify locations of safety equipment in lab
4.  follow scientific thinking/processes
a. recognize the importance of solving problems by using a series of steps
b. explain the steps of the scientific method
c. describe the importance of controlled experiments
d.  perform experiment
5.  Application of the scientific method to real life - find the percent of oxygen in potassium chlorate and report findings using accuracy and precision

Common Core Standards:  4a)  Design and carry out an experiment- Chemistry is a lab oriented course.  Students collect and analyze data and then report their conclusions.
Assessments:
·        Lab report pre-lab
·        Potassium Chlorate Percent Composition Lab
·        identification and use of lab equipment
·        Lab report

Week Three Lesson Plans for August 28th -September 1st

AP Chemistry:   This week will finish our review of Chapter 1 - The Atom.    We will begin notes on equilibrium.  Also, we will design a glass tube apparatus for the Underwater Fireworks Lab in preparation for that lab.

Monday:
  1. Quantum number quiz back
  2. FR #1 back
  3. FR #2 due tomorrow
  4. t-shirt ideas!
  5. design glass tube for lab
  6. FR #3 due Thursday
  7. ion quiz #2 Weds

Tuesday:
  1. FR #2 due
  2. t-shirts due
  3. underwater fireworks lab
  4. ion quiz #2 tomorrow

Wednesday: Volleyball Guys speaker
  1. ion quiz #2
  2. FR #2 back
  3. ch 4 homework!  GO OVER  ch 4 Power Point!!!
  4. FR #3 due tomorrow
  5. labs due Friday

Thursday:

  1.  FR #3 back
  2. finish lab if needed - due tomorrow
  3. begin equilibrium notes if time

Friday:   HALF DAY- Dr. Elledge speaker

  1. t-shirt designs?
2.    ion quiz #2 back
3.    labs due

Objectives:

1. analyze proper lab safety procedures
2. identify lab equipment
3. identify locations of safety equipment in lab
4.  follow scientific thinking/processes
a. recognize the importance of solving problems by using a series of steps
b. explain the steps of the scientific method
c. describe the importance of controlled experiments
d.  perform experiment
5.  Application of the scientific method to real life - create an apparatus to capture acetylene in the Underwater Fireworks Lab

Common Core Standards:  4a)  Design and carry out an experiment- Chemistry is a lab oriented course.  Students collect and analyze data and then report their conclusions.
Assessments:
·        Design of apparatus to collect the gas
·        Lab report pre-lab
·        Underwater Fireworks Lab
·        identification and use of lab equipment

·        Lab report and content