schedule: 4th, lunch, 5th, 6th periods
Feel free to check out my other webpage (work in progress): http://jeremyhudson2000.wixsite.com/olyps
Significant Figures Tool: https://ostermiller.org/calc/significant_figures.html
Jack made some quizlets here: https://quizlet.com/join/
2/17: Quiz--atomic structure and periodic table I. Station A due (see Wed. 2/15)
2/16: Kahoot! (review for quiz). Discuss lab from Tues./Wed.
2/15: Lab continued. Be sure to finish station A (found here): periodicity_lab.pdf
2/14: Periodicity lab
2/13: Continued work from last Friday (electron configuration), adding ions: more_electron_configuration_notes.pdf
2/10: Electron configuration notes, worksheet and useful link:
2/9: First quiz and homework #1 due (see last Monday, 1/30 for details)
2/8: Finish video from last Friday, 2/3, then Kahoot! to review for quiz tomorrow.
2/7: SNOW DAY AGAIN!!
2/6: SNOW DAY! If you're bored, read Ch. 12.1 and copy vocabulary :)
2/3: Answers to ion and isotope practice sheet (yesterday).
Took notes: more_atom_notes.pdf
Began video, "Elements Organised: A Periodic Table": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-lnauoORdA
2/2: Continue PhET simulation from yesterday. Complete all 4 modules (20 stars total).
Ion and isotope practice sheet (check answers in class): ion_isotope_practice.pdf
Interactive periodic tables: http://www.rsc.org/periodic-table AND http://periodictable.com/
2/1: PhET simulation, "Build an Atom": https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/build-an-atom
- Read Chapter 12.1