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/
3/24: Continue covalent compounds, discussing double- and triple bonds.
3/23: Intro to covalent compounds:
Introduction using puzzle pieces: covalent_bonding_intro.pdf
Additional practice with the following molecules. Be sure to include a) Lewis dot structure, b) structural formula, and c) bonded and lone pairs: H2S, I2, TeCl2, NI3, SiCl2H2, CH3OH, N2H2, CH3NH2, O2, CH2O, C2H2, CO2
3/22: Quiz on ionic compounds
3/21: Finished ionic compounds and discussed answers
3/20: Continued ionic compounds and book problems
3/17: Continued ionic compounds, adding polyatomic ions. Late-work cut off: missing work due today!
3/16: Continued ionic compounds, adding transition metals. Discussed Freedom Farmers opportunities this summer and next school year. Application here (due April 10th): freedom_farmers.pdf
3/15: Tests handed back, questions discussed. The minimum to retake the test includes:
Complete the test reflection: test_retake_form.pdf
Complete your big periodic table: periodic_table_assignment_2017.pdf
3/14: π Day! Begin unit on bonding (ch. 13): naming_ionic_compounds.pdf
3/13: Test on atomic structure and the periodic table
3/10: Review (test on Monday, 3/13). Homework due (see 2/28). Answers below:
Pages 305 and 306: page_305__306_answers.pdf
Test review (see 3/6): test_review_answer_key.pdf
Pages 290 and 296: page_290__296_answers.pdf
3/9: Review. Book questions: pages 305 and 306 (concepts: #2, 4-8, 11-14; problems #1-7; applying your knowledge #2, 4, 5)
3/8: "Alchemy" lab: turning a copper penny silver then gold. Follow up questions: an_alchemists_dream.pdf
3/7: Videos (trends): video_trends.pdf
Nitrogen triiodide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFfRqoIdArM
Halide displacement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HW2jRyQ3dzo
3/6: Review for upcoming test: test_review.pdf
3/3: Discuss trends to finish up periodic table
3/2: Quiz: atomic structure and periodic table II. A look at the spectral lines for hydrogen
3/1: Kahoot! (review) for tomorrow's quiz
2/28: Book problems on pages 290 and 296. Also homework (description below, due Friday, 3/10)
Homework: Write a conclusion (paragraph) for this lab that describes what was done. Use the following words in a manner that shows your comprehension of them: Bohr model of the atom, electron, ground state, excited state, light, photon, wavelength, color, emit, energy (flame or electricity). Be sure to underline or highlight these words in your conclusion. In addition, draw the spectral line for one of the elements that you saw for the flame test from Monday: strontium, calcium, potassium, barium, copper, sodium, or manganese.
2/27: Flame test (lab) and notes of 12.2: electron_states.pdf
2/24: Elements and demos.
2/23: Reviewed yesterday and worked on big periodic tables.
2/22: Continued discussions about electron configuration, valence electrons and ions.
2/21: NO SCHOOL
2/20: NO SCHOOL
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