Monday, October 15, 2018

Lesson Plans 10/15-10/19


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

Monday, October 8, 2018

Week 9 Lesson Plans for October 9th-12th


Week 9 Lesson Plans for October 9th-12th

Chemistry I - This week we will continue our measurement unit,  focusing on heats of combustion with the glucose and fatty acid molecules designed and tested in the WebMO Computational Lab.  Students will test the marshmallow and chip for amount of energy produced when burned and evaluate the data collected by each class.  We will also delve deeper into our discussion of dimensional analysis, scientific notation, calculating with exponents, and using significant digits.

Tuesday: 
1.  qualitative analysis labs back
2.  grade practice sets I and II on scientific notation and exponents
3.  temperature worksheet past due
4.  WebMO due tomorrow
5.  notes on sig figs
6.  Sig Fig worksheet due Friday
7.  Energy of Foods - Heat of combustion pre-lab

Wednesday:
1.  Turn in Energy of Foods WebMO
2.  grade temperature worksheet
3.  sig fig worksheet due Friday
4.  burn trial one of the marshmallow

Thursday:   Energy of Foods lab

Friday:   Energy of foods lab - crunch data

 
Adv. Chemistry II - This week we will continue our discussion with various gas laws in the Gas Laws Unit.  A short quiz will act as an assessment for each law.  Students will perform the Cartesian Diver Lab and design a cartesian diver of their own to demonstrate and explain Boyle's Law.  Smarty Pants awards will be given to the class with the best Marshmallow Man to put in the vacuum chamber - another way to show Boyle's Law!

Tuesday:
1.  Molarity Quiz #2 back
2.  Grade Boyle's Law Probs
3.  Boyle's Law Quiz tomorrow
4.  Continue Gas Law Notes on Charles' law thru Gay-Lussac’s Law
5.  Charles' Law Probs due tomorrow or Thursday
6.  Charles' Law quiz tomorrow or Thursday
7.  Marshmallow Man challenge by Friday

Weds:
1.  Team A - Boyle's Law Quiz back and put things in the chamber
2.  Team A - Grade Charles' Law Probs
3.  Team A - Charles' Law quiz
4.  Team A - Gay-Lussac's problems due Friday with quiz
5.  Team A -Cartesian Diver Lab due
6.  Team B – Crush the Can lab
7.  Marshmallow Man challenge by Friday

Thursday:
1.  Team B - Boyle's Law Quiz back and put things in the chamber
2.  Team B - Grade Charles' Law Probs
3.  Team B - Charles' Law quiz
4.  Team B - Gay-Lussac's problems due tomorrow with quiz
5.  Team B -Cartesian Diver Lab due
6.  Team A – Crush the Can lab
7.  Marshmallow Man challenge by Friday

Friday:   
1.  Charles' Law quiz back
2.  Grade Gay-Lussac's problems
3.  Gay-Lussac's quiz
4.  Crush the can write-up
5.  Marshmallow Man challenge

AP Chemistry - We will finish our discussion of LeChatelier's Principle and the common ion effect and assess student knowledge through several labs to determine shifting.  ICE tables are revisited and applied to equilibrium and the first set of equilibrium homework is assigned with classroom time given. 
Tuesday:
1.   finish ICE tables lecture
2.    equilibrium quiz
  1. LeChatelier’s 2 due tomorrow with quiz
  2. ion solubility quiz Friday

Wednesday: 
1.      grade LeChatelier’s 2
2.      take LeChatelier’s quiz
3.   ion quiz Friday on solubility rules and ions
4.   common ion effect notes and worksheet

Thursday:
1.  CO2 and common ion effect lab
2.  common ion effect worksheet due tomorrow
3.  ion quiz back

Friday: 
1.      ion solubility quiz
2.       common ion effect worksheet due
3.    finish any labs if absent

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Week 8 - Lesson Plans October 1st - 4th


Lesson Plans October 1st - 4th

Chemistry - We are starting our measurement unit and focusing on good lab skills to show accuracy and precision and making good measuring decisions.  We will begin The Energy of Foods Lab by using the computational chemistry program WebMO to design and analyze a carbohydrate and a fat and their heats of formation.  Then we will compare the sugar and the fat in a wet lab where we burn these foods and look at trends in heats of combustion.
 
Monday
1.  Qualitative Analysis Labs due
2.  Measurement Lab and data - due Thursday
3.  temp homework due Weds

Tuesday:
1.  grade practice sets I and II on scientific notation and exponents
2.  go over the data for the measurement lab
3.  Pre-Lab for WebMO Energy of Foods
4.  Continue notes

Wednesday: half day
1.  grade temp worksheet
2.  Energy of Foods WebMO assessment
3.  temperature worksheet will be graded tomorrow
4.  notes on sig figs

Thursday:
1.      Measurement lab due
2.      WebMO activity

Friday: NO SCHOOL

Adv. Chemistry - This week we will finish our discussion about molarity and begin the Gas Laws Unit with the Cartesian Diver Lab to illustrate Boyle’s Law.

Monday: 
1.  Molarity Lab due
2.  Quiz over Molarity tomorrow
3.  Cartesian Diver Lab
4.  Boyle’s Law set due Thursday
5.  Quiz on Boyle’s Law Thursday

Tuesday:
1.  Molarity Quiz #2
2.  Cartesian Diver Lab

Weds:
1.  Molarity Quiz back
2.  finish Lab – reports due Tuesday
3.  Work on lab reports

Thursday:
1.      Boyle’s Law Probs – go over
2.      Boyle’s Law Quiz
3.      Cartesian Diver lab – due Tuesday

Friday: NO SCHOOL

AP Chemistry - We will continue our discussion of equilibrium, focusing on LeChatelier’s Principle.  Several labs will be completed to see color change shifts that are clues to shifts in equilibrium.

Monday:
1. ch 4 review overdue
2.  finish and turn in labs
3.  ion quiz back
4.  ICE Table due Thursday
5.  Equilibrium quiz #2 Thursday
6.  begin Virtual Lab
7.  No ion quiz this week

Tuesday: CAREER DAY-Seniors Gone...
1.      continue Virtual Lab
2.      LeChatelier’s I homework due tomorrow

Weds: 
1.  continue notes
2.  LeChatelier’s I homework due
3.  Finish Virtual Lab
4.  LeChatelier’s homework II

Thursday:
1.      Grade ICE Table
2.      Equilibrium quiz #2
3.      Continue notes

Friday: NO SCHOOL


Friday, September 21, 2018

Week 7 Lesson Plans September 24th - 28th


Week 7 Lesson Plans September 24th - 28th

Chemistry I:
We are finishing up the physical and chemical properties and changes unit and starting our measurement unit.  Here we will focus on the best  lab skills to show accuracy and precision and making good measuring decisions.  We will consider various types of quantitative  measuring devices available in lab during the Measurement Lab to see if the beaker, graduated cylinder, or the buret is a more precise tool of measuring volume.  We will also look at qualitative descriptors in the precipitate lab.
 
Monday:
1.  grade Rev Concepts 10,16-22
2.  Probs 1,3,4 due tomorrow
3.  Qualitative Analysis Lab - due Monday 10/1 with turnitin due by midnight
4.  Test Weds over Physical and Chemical Properties

Tuesday:
1.  grade Probs 1,3,4
2.  Physical and Chemical Properties Test tomorrow
3.  Labs due Monday 10/2 with turnitin due by midnight
4.  Measurement Unit Notes

Wednesday:
1. Physical and Chemical Properties Test
2.  Measurement Lab Friday
3.  scientific notation worksheet #1  due Friday
4.  side #2 worksheet due Monday
5.  temperature worksheet due Tuesday

Thursday:
1.  scientific notation worksheet #1  due Friday
2.  scientific notation worksheet #2 due Monday
3.  notes thru temperature and heat
4.  temp worksheet due Tuesday
5.  Measurement Lab tomorrow

Friday:
1.  Measurement Lab - due Weds
2.  scientific notation worksheet #1  due Friday
3.  scientific notation worksheet #2 due Monday
4.  Qualitative Analysis Lab - due Monday Oct 2nd with turnitin.com by midnight. 
5.  temp worksheet due Monday

Adv. Chemistry
This week we will finish our discussion about limiting reactants and finishing the stoichiometry unit with a test.  The concept of molarity in concentration will be explored in the Molarity Lab.  Students will prepare specific concentrations of an unknown solution and its properties will be tested.

Monday: 
1.  Stoich Test back for A Team
2. A Team Molarity practice quiz
3.  Molarity Lab B Team first- due Friday
4. Molarity review due tomorrow for both 
5.  Molarity quizzes this week

Tuesday
1.  grade molarity review Team B
2.  Stoich Test back for Team B
3.  Team B molarity practice quiz in class
4.  Molarity Lab A Team- due Friday
5.  Molarity Labs due Friday

Weds:
1.  grade Molarity review Team A
2. Molarity Lab part II team B
3. Molarity Lab due Friday
4.  Molarity Lab part II team A
5.  Molarity Quiz tomorrow

Thursday:
1.  Molarity Labs due Friday
2.  Molarity Quiz
3.  Gas Law Notes
4.  Boyles Law work

Friday:
1.  Molarity Quiz back
2.  Molarity Quiz II
3.  Continue Gas Law Notes
4.  Boyles Law Probs due Tuesday


AP Chemistry September 25th - 29th
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.  The common ion effect will be introduced and its role in equilibirum shifting will be explored in several short labs.

Monday:
1.  PT Test tomorrow
2.  finish notes on LeChateliers
3.  LeChatelier's worksheet I due Weds
Tuesday:   
1.  PT review test
2.  LeChatelier's worksheet I due tomorrow

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

Thursday:
1.  LeChatelier's Principle Lab with cobalt chloride complex - due Tuesday
2.  LeChatelier's worksheet II due

Friday:
1.  ion quiz
2.  grade LeChatelier's 2
3.  Quiz over LeChatelier's Monday
4.  instructions for virtual lab

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Week 6 - Lesson Plans Sept 17th-21st


Week 6 - Lesson Plans Sept 17th-21st 

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 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.  We were introduced to precipitates in the last lab. 

Monday: 
1.       Lab reports back and discuss
2.       STP/1-3 worksheet due
3.       grade GTK ch 2
4.       Continue notes thru physical and chemical changes
5.       Unit II homework sheet due Thursday
6.       Book assignment Reviewing Concepts page 28 #10, 17, 22 and Problems 1,3, and 4 due Friday
7.       Test on Tuesday next week
Tuesday: 
1.       Grade 1-3 skillset 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: 
1.       Unit II worksheet  due tomorrow
2.       finish notes
3.       Element review
4.       Test on Tuesday
5.       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 unit II homework
3.        Book assignment Reviewing Concepts page 28 #10, 17, 22 and Problems 1,3, and 4 Friday
4.       finish notes if needed

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.  qualitative analysis pre- lab
5.  element review
6.  Qualitative Analysis Lab Monday


Adv. Chemistry – This week will finish our exploration into stoichiometry.  Students will evaluate their three day lab on making a bottle rocket using sodium bicarbonate (the limiting reactant) and vinegar (the excess reactant).  Students will be assessed on limiting reactant stoichiometry.  We will also revisit the concept of molarity or concentration and have a molarity lab where students prepare certain concentrations of various chemical solutions.   Stoichiometry and molarity are the two most important topics to understand in Chemistry and encompass every unit of study.

Monday:
1.  Stoichiometry Review due tomorrow
2.  Rocket Labs due tomorrow
3.  Stoich quiz on limiting Tuesday
4.  test Thursday and Friday over Stoichiometry

Tuesday:  
1.  grade stoich review
2.  Limiting Stoich Quiz
3.  Rocket Labs due
4.  begin molarity notes
5.  Molarity pre-lab due Thursday
6.  Molarity handout due Friday
Weds: 
1.  limiting quiz back
2.  Finish Molarity notes
3.  Molarity Handout due Friday
4.  Day One Stoich Test tomorrow

Thursday:
1.  Stoich Test - Day One
2.  Day Two Test tomorrow
3.  Molarity Pre-Lab due

Friday: 
1.  Stoichiometry Test Day Two
2.  Molarity Handout due
3.  Molarity Review due Tuesday

AP Chemistry – This week we will continue our application of equilibrium to determine reaction shifts using LeChatelier's Principle and the equilibrium constant.  LeChatelier's Principle will be explored with a lab in preparation of a quiz next week.  Periodic Table review from the summer will include a quiz and test over the topic.


Monday:
1.  cook shirts!
2.  ion quiz back
3.  Ion quiz Thursday
4.  bozeman 64
5.  equilibrium quiz tomorrow
6.  ch 2 review
7.  Periodic Table review quiz Wednesday and test on Thursday

Tuesday:   
1.  equilibrium quiz I
2.  PT review quiz  tomorrow
3.  Finish PT review
4.  PT test Friday
5.  Ion quiz Thursday

Weds: 
1.  PT quiz
2.  ion quiz tomorrow
3.   PT test Friday
4.  notes on LeChatelier's
5.  LeChatelier's worksheet I due Monday

Thursday:
1.  go over PT quiz
2.  ion quiz
3.  PT Test tomorrow
4.  LeChatelier's worksheet I due Monday

Friday: 
1.  ion quiz back
2.  PT test
3.  LeChatelier's Principle Lab with cobalt chloride complex MONDAY
4.  LeChatelier's worksheet I due Monday
5.  Work on review ch 4 homework