Sunday, November 12, 2017

Weeks 14 and 15 Lesson Plans for Chemistry for November 13th - 17th, November 20th and 21st

Weeks 14 and 15 Lesson Plans for Chemistry I for November 13th - 17th, November 20th and 21st
Assessment for the Measurement Unit will be a two part test combining dimensional analysis with significant figures, metric system, specific heat, scientific notation, and rounding rules - with everything in between!  The atom will be explored in chapter 3.  Students were asked to draw a Manganese atom, labeling where the protons, electrons, neutrons, and nucleus are located as well as a way to key them out in the drawing.  This activity inspires the students to learn more about these subatomic particles and shows them that it has been a while since they last visited the atom.  The concept of the mol (an amount of substance) will be introduced in a lab.
Monday: 
1.       Measurement Test  part 2 (7th hour is a day behind due to lock down)
2.       GTK ch 3 worksheet due Tuesday
3.       notes on the atom continued
4.       proton electron neutron worksheet due Thursday

Tuesday:
1.  Measurement Test part 1 for 7th hour
2.  grade GTK chapter 3 worksheet
3.  continue notes on the atom thru smart guys
4.  set I worksheet in class
5.  set II due Friday

Weds:
1. Continue notes on smart guys thru the mol
2.  set II due Friday
3.  create mol data table

Thursday:
1.  smart guys notes -finish
2.  rotate through the Mol lab
3.  smart guys worksheet due Monday
4.  proton, electron, neutron worksheet due
5.  finish set II for tomorrow to be checked by Block

Friday:
1.       grade electron, proton, neutron worksheet  
2.       Continue notes thru relative atomic mass
3.    relative atomic mass worksheet due Tuesday
4.   finish mol lab - due Tuesday
5.   set II side checked

Monday:
1.  finish mol lab - due tomorrow
2.  grade smart guys worksheet
3.  continue lecture thru relative mass
4.  relative mass worksheet due tomorrow
Tuesday:
1.  mol labs due
2.  relative atomic mass worksheet due
3.  continue notes

Weeks 14 and 15 Lesson Plans for Chemistry II for November 13th - 17th, November 20th and 21st
We will continue our unit in Nuclear Chemistry, focusing on the different types of radioactive decay and its effects on human tissue.   Three Mile Island and Chernobyl will be discussed as well as the concept of half-life.  An assessment on nuclear stability where one compares the stability of different isotopes to pick the more stable one will be given.  Students will need to begin studying the different types of particles, their symbols, and their charges and masses.
Monday:
1.       grade nuclear stability homework
2.       quiz tomorrow
3.       continue notes over decay and Three Mile Island
4.       H-bomb article due Weds
5.       Tritium article due Thursday

Tuesday:
1.   Nuclear Stability Quiz
2.  Chernobyl discussion and videos, notes over hazards and safety
3.   HAZMAT article and worksheet – due Friday

Weds:
1.  H-bomb article due and grade
2.  tritium article due tomorrow
3.  Notes thru Chernobyl and half-life
4.  Decay 1 worksheet – due Monday
6.  Decay 2 due Tuesday with QUIZ following
7.  HAZMAT article due Friday

Thursday:
1.  tritium article due and grade
2.  finish notes on half-life
3.  finish decay worksheets 1 and 2 for Monday and Tuesday
4.  decay 3 will be due after break

Friday:
1.       Hazmat article due and grade
2.       Skittles half-life Lab

Monday:
1.       Grade decay 1
2.       Quiz over decay tomorrow
3.       Decay 3 due after break
4.       finish notes on half-life
5.       Half-life practice worksheet 1 together

Tuesday:
1.       Decay Quiz
2.       Decay 3 due Monday after break
3.       Half-life problem set due Tuesday after break

Weeks 14 and 15 Lesson Plans for AP Chem for November 13th - 17th, November 20th and 21st
Students will prepare for the 53 5th Graders from Crestwood visit on Wednesday in the Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes Presentation.  The kinetics unit will continue as we work example kinetics problems through lecture and problems to distinguish between zero thru third order reaction rates problems.  Labs will emphasize the value of a controlled experiment, especially when time is the variable in question.
Monday:
1.  Prepare each part of the presentation for the 5th graders visit.
2.  Continue kinetics examples in notes

Tuesday: 
1.  rates of reactions notes thru graphs
2.  kinetics I due Friday

Weds:  5th graders visit!
1.  rates examples thru graphs
2.  work on kinetics I

Thursday: 
1.  ion quiz top ten #3
2.  continue notes and examples
3.  kinetics II due Monday

Friday:  
1.  kinetics I due and grade
2.  kinetics II due Monday
3.  vitamin C lab - due Tuesday

Monday:
1.  grade kinetics II
2.  kinetics quiz tomorrow
3.  finish vitamin C lab - due tomorrow

Tuesday:
1.  Vitamin C labs due
2.  Kinetics quiz

3.  Kinetics III due after break

Monday, November 6, 2017

Week 13 - LESSON PLANS CHEMISTRY November 6th to 10th

Week 13 - LESSON PLANS CHEMISTRY I November 6th to 10th
This week we are preparing for our measurement unit test.  Chapter 3 introduces the concept of the atom and the mol, an amount of substance.

Monday:
1.  quiz over sig figs and metric
2.  pick up "THE ATOM" drawing and do it
3.  specific heat worksheet past due!
4.  go over specific heat lab data
5.  labs due tomorrow
6.  measurement review part 1 due Weds

Tuesday:
1.  labs due
2.  quiz back
3.  grade specific heat worksheet
4.  review part 1 due Weds
5.  review part 2 due Thurs
6.  Chapter 3 notes - begin

Wednesday:
1.  grade review part 1
2.  review part 2due Thursday
3.  Chapter 3 notes - continue
4.  atomic number and mass worksheet due Monday
 

Thursday:
1.  grade review part 2
2.  Test part 1 tomorrow
3.  Test part 2 Monday
4.  notes on smart guys thru the mol
5.  proton electron neutron worksheet due Tuesday

Friday:
1.  Test part 1
2.  Getting to know ch 3 worksheet due Wednesday
3.  continue notes

Week 13 - LESSON PLANS CHEMISTRY II November 6th to 10th
This week we will begin to look at nuclear chemistry and how it has impacted history.  Nuclear stability will be investigated as students predict which isotopes are more stable than others based on the proton-neutron ratio and other factors.  The Gas Law Test will assess student knowledge of that unit.

Monday:
1.  notes thru Hiroshima and Nagasaki
2.  test on Tuesday
3.  radioactivity historical figures worksheet due Weds

Tuesday:  GAS LAW TEST

Wednesday:
1.  nuclear notes thru stability
2.  radioactivity figures worksheet due
3.  stability worksheet due Friday
3.  quiz over it Friday

Thursday:
1.  continue notes thru 3 Mile Island
2.  video over 3 Mile Island

Friday:
1.  grade nuclear stability worksheet
2.  quiz over it
3.  continue notes thru Chernobyl

Week 13 - LESSON PLANS AP CHEMISTRY November 6th to 10th
This week will finish up equilibrium, a concept that will be revisited throughout the year while reviewing acid base chemistry and thermochemistry.  Rate laws are introduced.  Rates are affected by concentration and time.

Monday:
1.  Ksp worksheet III back
2.  equilibrium review chapter back and discuss
3.  work in groups to fix equilibrium test from Friday
4.  study book problems due
5.  start rate laws notes if time

Tuesday: 
1.  chapter 4 review  back
2.  notes and review slides for ch 4
3.  Bozeman #35
4.  rate laws notes continued

Wednesday: 
1.  ion quiz top ten #2
2.  equilibrium test back
3.  bozeman #36
4.  rates of reactions notes thru example #2

Thursday:
1.  rate laws examples thru graphs
2.  kinetics I due Monday

Friday:  
1.  discuss 5th grader visit
2.  Guest Speaker Michelle Verst


Monday, October 30, 2017

Lesson Plans 10/30-11/3

Week 12 - Chemistry I Lesson Plans 10/30-11/3
Students will focus on specific heat in the completion of our measurement unit.  Dimensional analysis problems and sig fig use are still in effect.  A Specific Heat Lab will use a different type of calorimeter than that of the Energy of Foods Lab.  Students will identity an unknown metal during the Specific Heat Lab and revisit accuracy and precision in the lab to try to minimize error.

Monday:
1.      Grade density worksheet
2.      conversion factor quiz 2 tomorrow
3.      Notes thru specific heat
4.   percent error worksheet due Weds    

Tuesday:  
1.  finish specific heat notes if needed
2.  specific heat worksheet due Friday
3.  cf #2 quiz
4.  percent error worksheet due Weds    

Weds:   
1.      Quiz #2 back
2.   Grade percent error worksheet
3.      SPECIFIC HEAT LAB – trial one

Thursday:
1.  SPECIFIC HEAT LAB 
2.  specific heat worksheet due tomorrow

Friday:
1.  grade specific heat worksheet
2.  FINISH LAB AND DATA – due Monday

Adv. Chemistry Lesson Plans 10/30-11/3
Students will finish their journey through the gas laws and prepare for a test early next week.  We will find the molar mass of air in a lab and finish up assessments over the Ideal Gas Law.

Monday:
1.  mini-labs due Wednesday
2.  Grade Ideal Gas Problems
3.  Ideal Quiz
4.  gas law review due Weds
5.  Gas Law set II due tomorrow

Tuesday: 
1.  mini-labs due
2.  grade gas law set II
3.  gas law review due tomorrow
4.  Finish notes

Weds:
1.  grade gas law review
2.  molar mass of air lab
3.  finish notes on Dalton’s Law of Partial pressures
4.  Dalton’s Law worksheet due Friday

Thursday:
1.  finish molar mass of air lab – labs due tomorrow
2.  test Tuesday
3.  Dalton’s Law of partial pressures due tomorrow

Friday:  
1.  grade Dalton’s Law worksheet
2.  test on Tuesday
3.  labs due
4.  start nuclear notes
5.  radioactivity historical figures article due Weds

AP Chemistry Lesson Plans 10/30-11/3
Students will finish the week preparing for the end of the unit test on Friday.  We will work on more Ksp problems and assessments.  Review Chapter 4 – Covalent Bonding - will be discussed and the new Chapter 5 review will be handed out – Ionic Bonding.

Monday:
1.  Ksp review back
2.  grade Ksp II worksheet
3.  Ksp III due tomorrow
4.  Ksp quiz tomorrow
5.  Pick up new equilibrium homework

Tuesday:
1.  Ksp quiz Thursday
2.  Equilibrium homework due
3.  Test on Friday
4.  Chapter 5 review homework due Thursday Nov 30th

Wednesday 
1.  ion quiz
2.  Covalent ch 4 review back and go over crib notes
3.  Go over review slides
4.  Covalent Bonding Lab

Thursday 
1.  grade equilibrium homework
2.  Test tomorrow

Friday:  Equilibrium Test


Monday, October 23, 2017

Lesson Plans 10/23-10/27

Chemistry I Lesson Plans 10/23-10/27

Monday:
1.      Grade conversion factor 3 set
2.      conversion factor quiz 1 tomorrow
3.      Density and percent error notes
4.      Density worksheet due Wednesday
5.      percent error worksheet due Thursday
6.      Conversion factor 4 due tomorrow

Tuesday: 

       1.  cf #1 quiz
2.  turn in conversion factor 4
3.  notes thru specific heat
4.  percent error worksheet due Thursday
5.  density worksheet due tomorrow
6.  conversion factor #2 quiz tomorrow

Weds:   
1.      Cf quiz #1 back
2.      grade density worksheet
3.      conversion factor 2 quiz Monday
4.      percent error worksheet due tomorrow
5.      notes thru specific heat
6.      specific heat worksheet due Monday

Thursday:
1.  grade percent error worksheet
2.  specific heat worksheet due Monday


Adv. Chemistry Lesson Plans 10/23-10/27

Monday:
  1. Ideal Gas Law Notes
  2. Ideal homework due Weds
  3. Ideal Quiz Thursday
  4. Gay-Lussac’s quiz tomorrow
5.  New homework packet due Monday

Tuesday: 
1.  Gay-Lussac’s quiz
2.  Finish mini-labs due Thursday
3.  New Gas Law set due Monday
Weds:
1.  Ideal Problems due
2.  Ideal Gas Law Quiz due tomorrow
3.  Gas Law packet due Monday

Thursday:
1.  Cartesian Diver Labs due
2.  Crush the Can write-up due
3.  Mini-Labs due
4.  Ideal Gas Law Quiz
5.  Gas Law Packet due Monday

AP Chemistry Lesson Plans 10/23-10/27

Monday:
1.  ion quiz
2.  equilibrium questions due
3.  Ksp review set off note slides in class

Tuesday:
1.  continue Ksp review set off note slides in class
2.  Ksp II due Thursday

Wednesday:
1.  ion quiz 1
2.  continue Ksp review set off note slides in class

Thursday:
1.  Ksp worksheet 2 due
2.  equilibrium book homework due


Friday, October 13, 2017

Week 10 - Lesson Plans

Chemistry I Lesson Plans 10/16-10/20
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.  Students will prepare for the density column activity to better understand the relationship between mass and volume and how they affect density.

Monday:
1.      Finish rounding rules for sig figs
2.      Grade sig fig worksheet I
3.      sig fig review due Wednesday
4.      dimensional analysis notes
5.      go over conversion factors #1 together
6.      cf #2 due Wednesday
7.      cf #3 due Thursday
8.      sig fig quiz Weds
9.      Energy of Foods Lab due

Tuesday:
1.      grade sig fig review
2.      sig fig quiz
3.      conversion factor worksheets 2 due tomorrow
4.      quiz Friday over cf
5.      cf#4 due Friday

Weds:   
1.      grade sig fig review
2.      sig fig quiz
3.      cf worksheet 2 due
4.      conversion factor quiz 1 on Friday
5.      worksheet 3 due tomorrow
6.      worksheet 4 due Friday

Thursday:
1.  grade worksheet 2
2.  notes on density
3.  cf 3 due
4.  cf 4 due tomorrow
5.  quiz tomorrow over conversion factors
6.  density activity - start

Friday: 
1.  grade conversion factor 3 worksheet
2.  quiz 1 over conversion factors
3.  worksheet 4 due
4.  density activity - finish for Monday
5.  density column pre-lab

Adv. Chemistry Lesson Plans 10/16-10/20
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.  Gay-Lussac's quiz Wednesday
2.  Combined Laws notes and problems in packet due Friday
3.  Cartesian Diver lab report due Friday – race tomorrow during homeroom!!!
4.  Ideal Gas Law notes and problem set examples
5.  Ideal problems due Monday

Tuesday:
1.  Cartesian Diver race during homeroom
2.  Cartesian Diver Labs due Friday
3.  Crush the Can Lab and Rising Water Mystery Lab - activities due Monday

Wednesday: 
1.  G/L Quiz
2.  Crush the Can Lab and Rising Water Mystery Lab - due Monday

Thursday: 
1.  Cartesian Diver Labs due tomorrow
2.  G/L quiz back
3.  Crush the Can Lab and Rising Water Mystery Lab - finish and type up

Friday: 
1.  grade Combined Law homework from packet
2.  Cartesian Diver Labs due
3.  Rising Water Lab  due Monday
4.  Crush the Can Lab due Monday
5.  Start mini-labs if time
6.  Work on finishing the 50 point packet on the laws
7.  Ideal problems due Monday


AP Chemistry Lesson Plans 10/16-10/20 
Students will continue to explore equilibrium shifts and finding equilibrium expressions for a variety of AP Free Response problems.  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.  Solubility Ksp notes
2.  Solubility Shifting I Quiz
3.  finish equilibrium worksheet I for Friday


Tuesday: 
1.  ion quiz tomorrow
2.  notes on Solubility
3.  finish solubility I worksheet for Thursday
4.  quiz over Ksp Friday
5.  worksheet II due Friday
6.  solubility shifting quiz back
7.  Equilibrium set I due

Weds:
1.  ion quiz
2.  grade solubility worksheet I
3.  worksheet I due Thursday
4.  worksheet II due Friday
5.  quiz Friday over Ksp
6.  Equilibrium set I due

Thursday: 
1.  grade worksheet I
2.  Quiz over it tomorrow
3.  worksheet II due tomorrow
4.  worksheet III due Monday
5.  Equilibrium set I due

Friday:  
1.  Grade Worksheet II
2.  Ksp quiz
3.  worksheet III due Monday

4.  Equilibrium set I due