**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