__Lesson Plans Chemistry I March 31__^{st}-April 4^{th}**Students will continue to practice drawing Lewis structures. By the end of the week, they will understand how to relate these structures to molecular properties by analyzing the geometry of the Lewis structure as well as the bond lengths, bond angles, electron pair domains, and hybridizations. The computational program WebMO will help them visualize these concepts in 3D.**

Monday:

1. Continue
notes on Lewis Structures – sigma and pi bonds and polyatomic ions

2. Lewis
I due tomorrow

3. Lewis
II due Weds

Tuesday:

**1.**

**Grade Lewis I worksheet**

2. Notes
on VSEPR and electron pair domains

3. Lewis
II due tomorrow

4. Lewis
III due Thursday

Wednesday:

**1.**

**Grade Lewis II worksheet**

2. Lewis
quiz tomorrow

3. Notes
on hybridization and metallic bonding

4. Lewis
III due tomorrow

Thursday:

**1.**

**Grade Lewis III**

**2.**

**Lewis quiz**

3. Finish
notes if needed

4. Chapter
6 review due Tuesday

Friday: WebMO
I activity on bond angles and lengths and hybridization

**this drawing of nitrogen dioxide in WebMO helps students analyze the molecule's bond lengths, angles, and hybridizations as well as how these aspects affect the molecule's properties**

__Lesson Plans Adv. Chemistry March 31__^{st}-April 4^{th}**By the end of the week, students will be able to interpret pH titration graphs and understand that there is a difference between a strong acid/strong base titration and those with weak acids or weak bases. Using an ICE table helps in the mathematical process in solving such weak acid problems. Finding the Ka value of an acid using an ICE table is very important in understanding the concept of equilibrium , which is one of the big topics in Chemistry.**

Monday:

1.

**grade titration problems II**
2.

**titration quiz**
3. titration curve worksheet due Weds

4. ICE table examples from notes

Tuesday:

1. ICE table examples from notes

2. Ka worksheet due Friday

Wednesday:

1.

**grade titration curves worksheet**
2.

**titration curves quiz**
3. acid base review due Monday

Thursday

1. ICE table examples from notes

2. Ka worksheet due tomorrow

3. Ka quiz tomorrow

Friday:

1.

**grade the Ka worksheet**
2.

**Ka quiz**
3. acid base review due Monday

__Lesson Plans AP Chemistry March 31__^{st}-April 4^{th}**Students will finish our study of equilibrium which will be revisited in their review of the acid/base unit and thermodynamics unit. By the end of the week, students will begin to understand the concept of reaction rates as we cover this topic and begin our first lab of the unit. A further exploration of this concept will be continued next week.**

**the iodine clock reaction is a standard lab for observing order or reaction rates**

Monday:

1.

**Probs #11-17 due**
2. ch 11 rates of reaction overdue!

3. finish march madness periodic table game

4. Cliff’s homework set due Weds

Tuesday:

1. Vitamin C Clock Reaction Lab

2. Cliff’s homework due tomorrow

Weds:

1.

**AP quiz**over equilibrium – multiple choice and free response
2.

**Cliff’s homework due**
3. March Madness
due

Thursday:

1. rates of reaction ch 11 lecture

2. iodine clock reaction lab part I

Friday:

1. rates of reaction ch 11 lecture over

2. iodine clock reaction lab part II