**Lesson Plans 10/15-10/19**

__Chemistry I__**- We will finish the Energy of Foods Lab by burning the chip and analyzing our accuracy and precision as a class. Students will apply significant figures rules in rounding to dimensional analysis problems throughout the week. Several small quizzes will be used to assess student knowledge of conversion factors and sig fig use.**

__Monday:__Energy of Foods Lab – chip trials – due Weds

__Tuesday:__

1.
Finish rounding
rules for sig figs

2.
sig fig worksheet
I due Thursday

3.
sig fig review
due Friday

4.
Energy of Foods
Lab due Weds

__Weds:__

1.
grade sig fig worksheet

2.
sig fig quiz
Friday

3.
dimensional
analysis notes

4.
go over
conversion factors #1 together

5.
cf #2 due Monday

6.
cf #3 due Tuesday

7.
sig fig quiz Weds

__Thursday:__

1.
grade sig fig
worksheet 1

2.
sig fig quiz
tomorrow

3.
dimensional
analysis notes

4.
go over
conversion factors #1 together

5.
cf #2 due Monday

6.
cf #3 due Tuesday

7.
sig fig quiz Weds

__Friday:__

1.
sig fig quiz

2.
work on
conversion factors worksheets

3.
density homework and activity

__Adv. Chemistry__**- Students will continue exploring different gas law through labs and practice problems. Cartesian divers are made to demonstrate Boyle's Law. The Crush the Can and Rising Water Mystery labs explain Charles' Law and Gay-Lussac's Law. Several mini-labs reinforce these laws as well. Homework and short quizzes are given to assess student knowledge as well as lab write-ups and formal reports.**

__Monday:__

1.
Charles’ Law quiz

2.
Gay-Lussac's problems due Thursday with quiz

3. Combined Laws notes and
problems in packet due Friday

4. Cartesian Diver lab reports
back

5. Crush the Can Write-ups due
Weds

__Tuesday:__

1.
Charles’ Law quiz back

2.
Crush the Can Lab due Weds

3.
Team B - Rising Water Mystery Lab - due Monday

4.
Team A – Ideal Gas Law Notes

__Wednesday:__

1.
Team A – Rising Water Mystery Lab

2.
Team B – Ideal Gas Law Notes

3.
Combined Gas Law problems due Friday

4.
Crush the Can Write-ups due

__Thursday:__

1. G/L quiz

2. Finish Combined Gas Law
Problems due tomorrow

3. Ideal problems due Monday

4. Mini-Labs 1, 2, and 3

__Friday:__

1.
G/L quiz back

2.
grade Combined Law homework from packet

3.
Ideal Problems and quiz Monday

__AP Chemistry__- Students will continue to explore equilibrium shifts and finding equilibrium expressions for a variety of AP Free Response problems. The common ion effect is added to their arsenal of knowledge. The solubility product equilibrium constant will be introduced and several short assessments will be given to test understanding of solubility and which product will precipitate first.__Monday:__

1.
Common Ion Effect Notes

2.
CO2 and
Common Ion effect lab Labs due Weds

3.
AP Common Ion Effect worksheet - due Weds

__Tuesday:__

1. grade LeChatelier's 2

2. quiz over it

3. AP Common Ion Effect
worksheet - due Wednesday with quiz

4. Altering Solubility worksheet
– due Friday

5. ion quiz Friday

__Wednesday:__

1.
Grade CO2 lab and common ion effect lab

2.
grade AP Common Ion Effect worksheet

3.
AP Common
Ion Effect quiz

4.
work on common ion effect and solubility
homework

__Thursday: Speaker in Fine Arts - careers in medicine__

__Friday:__

1.
Ion quiz

2.
grade altering solubility worksheet

3.
finish ICE table notes