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In- 1/05/11, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your favorite part? Through- Classwork Start Activity 3: How much gas is produced? Homework: Analytical writing: Why do I have to study chemistry?

In- 1/06/11, Warm-Up Based on the activity you started yesterday, in complete sentences write down what you are remembering about chemistry calculations. Through- Classwork Finish Activity 3: How much gas is produced? Check out lab drawers Explain molar map Start mole to mole conversions Homework: Finish mole to mole conversions worksheet

In- 1/07/11, Warm-Up Answer the following questions based on the equation below. 4Al + 3O 2 → 2Al 2 O 3 1.How many moles of aluminum are needed to produce 5.3 moles of aluminum oxide? 2. How many moles of aluminum oxide are produced if you start with.0345 moles of oxygen? Through- Classwork Moles to moles conversions Check out lab drawers Homework: None

In- 1/10/11, Warm-Up Given the following equation, answer the questions below. 2 C 4 H 10 + 13 O 2 ---> 8 CO 2 + 10 H 2 O 1.What is the mole ratio between oxygen and carbon dioxide? 2. How many moles of carbon dioxide can be produced from 2.1 moles of oxygen? 3. What is the mole ratio between oxygen and water? 4. How many moles of water can be produced from 6.5 moles of oxygen? Through- Classwork Moles to grams worksheet Pass out stoichiometry packet Due 1/24/11 Homework: Worksheet 8B

In- 1/11/11, Warm-Up 2 C 4 H 10 + 13 O 2 ---> 8 CO 2 + 10 H 2 O 1.How many grams of oxygen are needed to produce 4.56 moles of carbon dioxide? 2. How many moles of water are produced from 16.3 grams of C 4 H 10 ? 3. How many grams of water are produced starting with 11.1 grams of oxygen? Through- Classwork Stoichiometry #2 Homework: Finish Stoichiometry #2

In- 1/13/11, Warm-Up In complete sentences please tell me if you are understanding stoichiometry. What is the most difficult part for you? What do you need more work on? Through- Classwork Lab write up format Lab 8 Homework: Finish Stoichiometry #2

In- 1/18/11, Warm-Up You own a sandwich shop. Your specialty sandwich consists of 2 pieces of bread, 1 piece of ham, 2 pieces of turkey, 2 tomato slices, 4 pickles, and 3 pieces of lettuce. One day, you are running low on supplies. You have 5 loaves of bread (20 slices per loaf), 5 packages of ham (15 slices per package), 5 packages of turkey (15 slices per package), 10 tomatoes (8 slices per tomato), 10 jars of pickles (10 pickles per jar), and 3 heads of lettuce ( 50 pieces per head). How many sandwiches can you make? Which supply is limiting the number or sandwiches you can make? Through- Classwork Vocabulary introduction Limiting reactant lab Limiting reactant practice problems Homework: Lab 8 due Thursday Test Monday

In- 1/20/11, Warm-Up Define the following words using your own words. Limiting reactant Excess reactant Percent yield Theoretical yield Actual yield Through- Classwork Lead Iodide Lab Homework: Test Monday Limiting reactant worksheet 8C Stoichiometry packet due Mon.

In- 1/21/11, Warm-Up 2.00 moles of hydrogen react with 6.34 moles of oxygen. How much water can be produced? Through- Classwork Lead Iodide Lab Homework Stoichiometry packet due Monday Test Monday

In- 1/25/11, Warm-Up CSAP Review Through- Classwork Gases/Gas Laws Notes Homework: None

In- 1/27/11, Warm-Up CSAP Review Through- Classwork Ideal gas law practice Molar Volume of a Gas lab Homework: Ideal gas law worksheet

In- 1/28/11, Warm-Up CSAP Review Through- Classwork Boyles’ Law and Charles’ Law worksheet Boyles’ Law lab Homework: None

In- 2/3/11, Warm-Up CSAP Review Through- Classwork Gas laws review (important concepts) Boyle’s and Charles’ law wkst Boyle’s law lab Homework: Finish Boyle’s and Charles’ law worksheet Ideal gas law lab due Tuesday

In- 2/4/11, Warm-Up CSAP Review Through- Classwork Combined gas law notes and problems Homework: Ideal gas law lab due Tuesday

In- 2/7/11, Warm-Up CSAP Review Through- Classwork Choice of studies Homework: Ideal gas law lab due Tuesday

In- 2/8/11, Warm-Up CSAP review Through- Classwork Gas laws review packet Homework: Test next Tuesday

In- 2/10/11, Warm-Up CSAP review Through- Classwork Molar volume of a gas lab Finish gas laws review packet Homework: Gas laws test Tuesday

In- 2/11/11, Warm-Up CSAP review Through- Classwork Introduce Graham’s law Graham’s law practice problems Graham’s law pre-lab Homework: Finish Graham’s law prelab for Monday. Failure to do so will mean you cannot participate in the lab on Monday

In- 2/14/11, Warm-Up 1.Write down Graham’s Law and define all of the variables in the law. 2. What pieces of information could you find out using Graham’s Law? Through- Classwork Graham’s law lab Homework: Test tomorrow Molar Volume of a gas lab due Thursday

In- 2/17/11, Warm-Up Tomorrow is the end of the six week grading period. Write about how your semester is going so far. Through- Classwork Introduce solutions with PowerPoint and notes Supersaturated Lab Homework: None

In- 2/18/11, Warm-Up Define the following terms: Saturated solution Supersaturated solution Unsaturated solution In the lab yesterday you made all three types of solutions. When did you have an unsaturated solution, saturated solution, and supersaturated solution? Which of the three is the most stable? Which of the three is least stable? Through- Classwork Calculating Molarity worksheet Homework: Finish molarity worksheet

In- 2/23/11, Warm-Up No warm up Through- Classwork Solutions, suspensions, and colloids introduction and lab Homework: Lab due Friday

Through- Classwork Chromatography lab Homework: Solutions, suspensions, colloids lab and chromatography lab due Friday In- 2/24/11, Warm-Up Define solution, suspension, and colloid. What are two ways you could test to see what kind of mixture you have?

In- 2/25/11, Warm-Up Explain what the phrase “like dissolves like” refers to. How does this phrase relate to chromatography? What could be a real world application of chromatography? Through- Classwork Molarity calculations explanation and worksheet Homework: None

In- 3/4/11, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph write about your CSAP experience. What was the hardest test for you? What was the easiest test for you? What could staff or administration done differently to ensure that you did your best on the tests? If you did not take CSAP, write about your week off. Through- Classwork Rocket Lab Homework: None

In- 3/7/11, Warm-Up It has been a little while since we talked about solutions. In a five sentence paragraph, summarize what you remember about solutions. Through- Classwork Molarity and dilution example problems Molarity and dilution worksheet Solutions review packet Homework: Solutions review packet due Thursday Solutions test Friday

In- 3/8/11, Warm-Up Solve the following problems. 1.You have 50 mL of 6M HCl and want to dilute your solution to.25M. How much will you be able to make? 2. You have 240 mL of 3M NaOH. For the lab you are doing, you need 1000 mL. What molarity will you be able to dilute your NaOH to? Through- Classwork Colligative properties discussion Molality calculations Molality worksheet Homework: Solutions review packet due Thursday Solutions test Friday

In- 3/10/11, Warm-Up Explain why salt or Mag Chloride is put on the streets when it snows. What is the purpose of antifreeze in your car? Calculate the molality of a solution if Through- Classwork Introduce semester project Multiple intelligences quiz Multiple intelligences project You and your group members must set up a planning meeting with me before spring break. Homework: Solutions test Friday

In- 3/14/11, Warm-Up We are going to be starting our unit on acids and bases. In complete sentences write down anything you know about acids and bases. Do you know of any everyday substances that are acidic or basic? Through- Classwork Introduction to Chapters 15- 16 PowerPoint notes on acids and bases Homework: None

In- 3/15/11,Warm-Up Using your notes from yesterday, write a five sentence paragraph summarizing your notes. Underline 5 key terms. Through- Classwork Conjugate acid/base pairs explanation Conjugate acids and bases worksheet Homework: None

In- 3/17/11,Warm-Up Identify the conjugate acid/base pairs in the equation below. HC 2 H 3 O 2 + H 2 O → C 2 H 3 O 2 - + H 3 O + Give the conjugate acid for the following bases: NH 3 HPO 4 2- Give the conjugate base for the following acids: HCl H 2 SO 4 Through- Classwork Indicator discussion pH rainbow demonstration pH of household substances lab You will be designing your own lab today. Homework: None

In- 3/18/11,Warm-Up In general yesterday during the lab, what kind of substances were acidic? What kind of substances were basic? Were there any results from yesterday’s lab that surprised you? Explain. Through- Classwork Introduce pH equations and practice problems Worksheet 18A due in class pH, pOH, [H], [OH] worksheet due Tuesday Homework: pH, pOH, [H], [OH] worksheet due Tuesday

In- 3/21/11, Warm-Up What is the pOH of a solution that has a [H]=1.45 x 10 -5 ? What is the [OH] if your pH = 12.4? Through- Classwork Acid base webquest Homework: Household items lab due Thursday

In- 3/22/11, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, explain what the purpose of titration is. Be sure to include the name of any important equipment, how to clean your equipment, and any other lab procedures in your paragraph. Through- Classwork Neutralization Reactions Lab (Think of this as a practice for the lab you will be doing later in the week.) Homework: Household items lab due Thursday

In- 3/24/11, Warm-Up Explain how to do a titration calculation based on the lab you did yesterday. Through- Classwork Acid/Base Neutralization lab Homework: None

In- 3/25/11, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about how your semester is going so far. Is this six weeks better or worse than the first six weeks? Are you meeting your goals for the semester? If not, what do you need to do to make sure you meet your goals? Through- Classwork Building a titration curve computer assignment Homework: Acid/Base test Friday after spring break Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday after spring break

In- 4/5/11, Warm-Up Write a five sentence paragraph about your spring break. Through- Classwork Introduction to buffers Buffer worksheet Homework: Acid/Base test Friday Acid/Base lab write up due Thursday

In- 4/7/11, Warm-Up 1. What is a buffer? 2. Where in real life could you find a buffered solution? 3. Explain what types of solutions can act as buffers. Through- Classwork Buffer lab Homework: Acid base test tomorrow

In- 4/11/11, Warm-Up We are going to be talking about thermochemistry in this next unit which deals with heat, temperature, spontaneous and non-spontaneous reactions, enthalpy, entropy, free energy and some other terms. In a five sentence paragraph, write down anything you know about any of these words or other words you think might be related to the unit. Through- Classwork Notes on Thermochemistry Homework: None

In- 4/12/11, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, summarize the notes you took yesterday in class. Write down the equation and identify what all of the variables mean. Through- Classwork Heat calculations example Heat calculations worksheet due in class Homework: Lab write ups due Thursday (2 labs due)

In- 4/14/11, Warm-Up 1. If a 259 g piece of iron absorbs 7234 J of energy, the temperature increases from 25 o C to 97 o C. Find the specific heat of iron. 2. How much heat energy is required to heat 134 grams of water by 45 o C. Specific heat for water is 4.184 J/g o C. Through- Classwork Fuel and specific heat lab Heat calculations 3 worksheet Homework: Finish heat calculations 3 worksheet

In- 4/15/11, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. 1.From the lab yesterday, which fuel was the most efficient? How do you know? 2. Which fuel was the least efficient? How do you know? 3. Looking at your data, did the three groups who tested each fuel get similar results? Why or why not? (Think about possible sources of error). Through- Classwork Phase change diagrams Phase change heat calculations worksheet Homework: Finish phase change heat calculations worksheet.

In- 4/18/11, Warm-Up How much heat is needed to convert 83.6 grams of ice at -10.2 o C into steam at 125 o C. Remember specific heat water is 1.0 cal/g o C, steam is.47 cal/g o C, ice is.50 cal/g o C. Heat of vaporization is 540 cal/g and heat of fusion is 80 cal/g. Through- Classwork Hess’s Law and calculating heat of reaction Heat of reaction worksheet Homework: More heat calculations wkst Heat of fuels lab due Thursday

In- 4/19/11, Warm-Up Calculate the heat of reaction for the combustion of nitrogen monoxide gas, NO, to form nitrogen dioxide gas, NO 2, as given in the equation below. Use heat of formation data to solve the problem. NO (g) + ½ O 2 (g) → NO 2 (g) Through- Classwork MRE heaters lab due in class today Homework: Heat of fuel lab due Thursday

In- 4/21/11, Warm-Up In a five sentence paragraph, explain how an MRE heater works. What are the contents of the heater? Who uses MRE heaters? Did it work well in your opinion? Why or why not? Through- Classwork Specific heat of metals lab Homework: None

In- 4/22/11, Warm-Up Answer the following questions in complete sentences. 1.What is specific heat capacity? 2.Which would be better to cook with: a metal with a high specific heat or a metal with a low specific heat? Explain your answer. 3.Based on your lab yesterday, which type of metal would be best to make a frying pan out of? Explain your answer. Through- Classwork Reaction diagrams notes Reaction diagrams worksheet Homework: None

2/25/10 Scientific Notation Notes

2/25/10 Investigate Part B- Luminosity and Temperature of Stars (Pg E 71) 1) a. b. c.

StarType of Star Sirius A Arcturus Vega Capella Rigel Procyon Betelgeuse Altair Aldebaran Spica Pollux Deneb Procyon B Sirius B

In- 2/25/10, Warm-Up Out- Reflection 10pts Write a five-sentence paragraph. Summarize what you have learned about the evolution of stars and the Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram (HR Diagram). Through- Classwork The Evolution of Stars PPT -Cornell Notes Homework: None Notes:Headings:

In- 2/26/10, Warm-Up Write a five-sentence paragraph. Summarize what you have learned about astronomy, so far. Below is a list of subjects we have studied: -The history and scale of the universe and our solar system -The Sun-Earth-Moon System -Orbits and ellipses -Asteroids and comets -The Sun -Electromagnetic spectrum -Ground based telescopes -Space based telescopes -Stars-Constellations -The evolution of stars -The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram Out- Reflection- None Through- Classwork Astronomy Final Quiz XC Word Search Homework: None

Warm-Up(IN) 3/5/10 On the handout… Write a 5 sentence paragraph that reflects upon this weeks CSAP Testing. -Which test was the most difficult for you? -Which test was the least difficult for you? -How do you think you did? -Do you think that TJ Teacher’s and Administrators did a good job this week? -What do you think TJ Teacher’s and Administrators could do better in regards to CSAP? Classwork: DVD Earth: The Biography- Rare Earth- 20 Facts (On the handout)

In- 3/8/10, Warm-Up No Warm-Up- Set up Notebook Out- Reflection 10pts TBD Through- Classwork DVD:Wild South America 20 Facts (Must be in complete sentences) -Skip Spaces 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Etc… Homework: Oceans Vocabulary

In- 3/9/10, Warm-Up Write a five-sentence paragraph. Write a five-sentence paragraph. Summarize what you learned from the DVD: Wild South America (Yesterday). -Refer to your notes (20 facts) Underline 5 key terms Out- Reflection 10pts TBD Through- Classwork Ocean Currents Video Clip The Nature of Oceans PPT w/Skeleton Notes Start Homework Homework: DDRG The Causes of Ocean Circulation

In- 3/11/10, Warm-Up No warm-up, set-up notebook, & scoresheet Out- Reflection 10pts TBD Through- Classwork Thermohaline Circulation -Terminology Notes Thermohaline Circulation -Demonstration w/WS Coriolis Effect Movement of Air 14-4 Pg 410 (Glencoe)w/section wrap-up -Video clip -Lab Investigation Homework: none

DateAssignment NamePoints Possible Your Score 2/5/10- 3/11/10 Warm-Ups 110 2/22/10 DVD: The Universe Life and Death of a Star 20 Facts 20 2/23/10 Evolution of Stars 24-3 Section Wrap-up 20 2/25/10 The Evolution of Stars PPT -Cornell Notes 20 3/11/10Total170

In- 3/11/10, Warm-Up No warm-up, set-up notebook, & scoresheet Out- Reflection 10pts Write a five-sentence paragraph. Summarize what you have learned about oceans this week. Underline 5 key terms Refer to the word wall, Cornell notes, and skeleton notes for key vocabulary terms and concepts. Through- Classwork Thermohaline Circulation -Terminology Notes Thermohaline Circulation -Demonstration w/WS Coriolis Effect Movement of Air 14-4 Pg 410 (Glencoe)w/section wrap-up -Video clip -Lab Investigation Homework: none

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