# Exam Curve Comparison. QoTD: – Look at your skill packet; what section do you most need review? Journal (3 sentences) – How did the activities help? Summary.

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Exam Curve Comparison

QoTD: – Look at your skill packet; what section do you most need review? Journal (3 sentences) – How did the activities help? Summary (3 sentences) – Which station do you need more practice on? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to begin to recognize what they need to do to prepare for the test. Quick Word(s): February 3– MP3-WEEK 1 BIG IDEA: Balancing Equations Agenda: – Review for the test – Four stations Explanation Balancing Polyatomic ions Counting atoms Ionic Naming – Skills Finish up – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – Describe the conservation of mass. Journal (3 sentences) – What is the major source of error in this lab? Summary (3 sentences) – How do you know a gas was produced? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and begin to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): February 9– MP3-WEEK 2 BIG IDEA: Balancing Equations Agenda: – Finish tests – Start Lab – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – Describe the conservation of mass applied to the lab. Journal (3 sentences) – Why add the baking soda slowly? Summary (3 sentences) – How did you prove a gas was produced? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and begin to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): February 10– MP3-WEEK 2 BIG IDEA: Balancing Equations Agenda: – Start notes 6b – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What is the weight of a mole MgSO 4  7H 2 O? Journal (3 sentences) – What is the weight of 2 moles of MgSO 4  7H 2 O? Summary (3 sentences) – Think of a use of the mole calculation. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): February 12– MP3-WEEK 2 BIG IDEA: Balancing Equations Agenda: – Skill 2 notes – Skill 2 – Go over skill 2 – Block Skill 3 notes Skill 3 – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What is a ratio? Journal (3 sentences) – What is the ratio of cream to cookie in an oreo? Summary (3 sentences) – Think of a use for ratios. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): February 13– MP3-WEEK 2 BIG IDEA: Balancing Equations Agenda: – Quiz – Relative mass and the mole – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What is the ratio of oxygen to hydrogen in H 2 O? Journal (3 sentences) – What is the weight of one mole of H 2 O? Summary (3 sentences) – What does a balanced chemical equation tell us?. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): Ratio February 23– MP3-WEEK 3 BIG IDEA: Molar Ratio Agenda: – Mole Ratios Pogil – Go over Pogils – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What is the ratio of oxygen to hydrogen in 2H 2 + O 2 -> 2H 2 O? Journal (3 sentences) – How many grams of water is produced if 18 grams of hydrogen are consumed? Summary (3 sentences) – What does a balanced chemical equation allow us to do?. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): Ratio February 24– MP3-WEEK 3 BIG IDEA: Molar Ratio Agenda: – Notes on Mole to Mole – Independent Worktime DUE TODAY: Relative mass and Mole Mole Ratios Pogil – Start skill – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What is the ratio of oxygen to hydrogen in 2H 2 + O 2 -> 2H 2 O tell us? Journal (3 sentences) – How many grams of hydrogen is needed to produced if 18 grams of water? Summary (3 sentences) – Why do you have to use the molar ratio when answering the journal question? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): Ratio February 25– MP3-WEEK 3 BIG IDEA: Molar Ratio Agenda: – Test on the math of moles discussion – Independent Work Time Relative mass and Mole Mole Ratios Pogil Skill Sheets – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What can we not directly use the molar ration to do a gram to gram conversion? Journal (3 sentences) – What part of the unit (by skill) do you need more work on? Summary (3 sentences) – What are the 4 types of problems to know for the test? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): Ratio February 26– MP3-WEEK 3 BIG IDEA: Molar Ratio Agenda: – Test on the math of moles discussion - Take 2 – REVIEW Relative mass and Mole Mole Ratios Pogil Skill Sheets – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What do you need to study over the weekend? Journal (3 sentences) – Are you having trouble with more of the math or the concepts? Summary (3 sentences) – What are the vocab words you need to know for the test? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): Ratio February 27– MP3-WEEK 3 BIG IDEA: Molar Ratio Agenda: – Test on MONDAY – TEST ON MONDAY – MONDAY IS THE TEST – REVIEW Skill Sheets – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – Test? Journal (3 sentences) – test? Summary (3 sentences) – test? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the conservation of mass and to relate mass to moles. Quick Word(s): Ratio March 2– MP3-WEEK 4 BIG IDEA: Molar Ratio Agenda: – Test on MONDAY – TEST ON MONDAY – After the test use the time to catch up on missing assignments or finish skill 6b – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What is a phase change? Journal (3 sentences) – What is your prediction on the change in temperature during a phase change? Summary (3 sentences) – What did you learn from the lab? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the heating and cooling curves. Quick Word(s): Heating Curve Cooling Curve March 3– MP3-WEEK 4 BIG IDEA: Phase changes Agenda: – Lab – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – Read the handout: What is happening at the flat portion of the graph? Journal (3 sentences) – Why is there no change in temperature during a phase change? Summary (3 sentences) – What are the 3 P’s? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the heating and cooling curves. Quick Word(s): Heating Curve Cooling Curve March 4– MP3-WEEK 4 BIG IDEA: Phase changes Agenda: – Lab – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – Read the handout: What is happening at the flat portion of the graph? Journal (3 sentences) – If temperature is constant at a phase change explain how during freezing, energy is removed and during melting, energy is absorbed. Summary (3 sentences) – In general how does energy flow? (hot to cold, cold to hot) Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the heating and cooling curves. Quick Word(s): Heating Curve Cooling Curve March 5– MP3-WEEK 4 BIG IDEA: Phase changes Agenda: – Finish the Labs up and HAD THEM IN – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – Name one thing you know about gases. Journal (3 sentences) – What increases entropy Summary (3 sentences) – Contrast ideal and real gases. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the history of the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Heating Curve Cooling Curve March 10– MP3-WEEK 5 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – Notes – Regents Lab folder cleanup – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – When does a gas act most ideal? Journal (3 sentences) – Explain in your own words Avogadro’s Law. Summary (3 sentences) – Summarize in your own words kinetic molecular theory. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the history of the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Heating Curve Cooling Curve March 11– MP3-WEEK 5 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – Finish skill one and two – Block Lab folders Finish notes – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – When does a gas not act most ideal? Journal (3 sentences) – What are the two reasons why real gases do not behave exactly like ideal gases? Summary (3 sentences) – Describe the relationship between the temperature and pressure of a gas. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the history of the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Ideal Gas Real Gas March 12– MP3-WEEK 5 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – Finish notes up for unit 7 – Finish up skill Packets – Work on back work owed as well – QUIZ TOMORROW – PHONE CALLS BEFORE BREAK IF STILL FAILING – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – At the same temperature and pressure, what can you say about the particles? Journal (3 sentences) – Describe the relationship between the temperature and volume of a gas. Summary (3 sentences) – When you change the pressure, temperature or volume of a gas what happens to mass? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the history of the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Ideal Gas Real Gas March 13– MP3-WEEK 5 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – Quiz – Go over a bit of skill 3 – Questions on skills – Worktime – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – If you hold the pressure constant and raise the temperature, what happens to volume? Journal (3 sentences) – Describe the relationship between the temperature and pressure of a gas. Summary (3 sentences) – 15 ml of a gas at 45K has a pressure of 2.6atm, what is its’ volume at STP? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Ideal Gas Real Gas March 16– MP3-WEEK 6 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – Back work discussion – Reports AGAIN – Lab – Worktime – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – When a substance goes from solid to liquid what happens to entropy? Journal (3 sentences) – Describe the relationship between the temperature entropy. Summary (3 sentences) – Describe how pressure affects temperature at a constant volume. Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Ideal Gas Real Gas March 18– MP3-WEEK 6 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – General Back work discussion – Test Discussion – Skill 3 explained – Worktime – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – What is the difference between a real and ideal gas? Journal (3 sentences) – Two basic properties of the gas phase are? Summary (3 sentences) – Helium is most likely to behave as an ideal gas when it is under? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Ideal Gas Real Gas March 19– MP3-WEEK 6 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – Test review continues – Skill 3 explained – Worktime – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

QoTD: – Name 2 parts of kinetic molecular theory. Journal (3 sentences) – Why does entropy increase as temperature increase? Summary (3 sentences) – Why do you only need the combined gas law to solve gas equations? Learning Objectives: – Student will be able to describe the gas laws. Quick Word(s): Ideal Gas Real Gas March 20– MP3-WEEK 6 BIG IDEA: Gas Laws Agenda: – Test review continues – Worktime – Summary WARNINGS ARE OVER - CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY

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