• AP Chem Final Review 2020  (powerpoint for use after all units are covered; you only need to review units 1-7, units 8-9 are not on the exam this year)

    AP Chemistry Textbook

     

    Distance learning plans for AP Chemistry (all documents needed are available below):

    Week #1: April 13th-17th (**Start of PACKET #2**)

    April 13th

    Review previous material from other chapters to prepare for the AP Chemistry Exam, which is on May 14th at 2 PM.

    April 14th

    Read and review pg. 1-13 in the “Atomic Structure and Periodicity” packet provided. Highlight important information if you think it would be helpful; Atomic Structure & Periodicity packet

    April 15th

    Read and review the “Unit 1 Overview” powerpoint. Use the links to watch videos on the topics as needed (do this throughout the week); Unit 1 Overview

    April 16th

    Answer the NMSI Super Problem on pg. 14-16 in the “Atomic Structure and Periodicity” packet.

    Hints: Questions (a), (b), (c), and (e) all use some version of the equation:  E = hѵ = (hc) /λ  or  c = λѵ  (*use the equation sheet for constant values) and question (d) uses stoich.

    April 17th

    Read and review “The Do’s and Don’ts of Teaching Periodic Trends” handout provided; Do's and Don'ts of Teaching Periodic Trends

    Answer the 3 remaining FRQ’s in the packet.

    Week #2: April 20th-24th

    April 20th

    Re-read the slides on Topic 1.2 from the “Unit 1 Overview” powerpoint. Complete the “Mass Spectra Worksheet”; Mass Spectra Worksheet

    April 21st

    Finish any outstanding tasks from this week and submit work electronically by Thursday (if possible).

    Use the answer keys on my website to check your answers to the “Multiple Choice Review Questions” from the first distance learning packet.

    Answer keys for Multiple choice worksheets: Ch. 3 KEY Front  Ch. 3 KEY Back  Ch. 5 KEY  Ch. 6 KEY Front  Ch. 6 KEY Back  Ch. 7 KEY Set 1  Ch. 7 KEY Set 2  Ch. 8 KEY Front  Ch. 8 KEY Back

    Random pictures of me and my husband with a baby beaver (to brighten your day): Me baby beaver  Husband baby beaver

    April 22nd

    Read and review pg. 1-10 in the “Bonding, Lewis and Molecular Geometries” packet provided. Highlight important information if you think it would be helpful. Bonding, Lewis and Molecular Geometries Packet

    April 23rd

    Read and review the “Unit 2 Overview” powerpoint. Use the links to watch videos on the topics as needed; do this throughout the entire unit if you have spare time. Unit 2 Overview

    April 24th

    Answer the NMSI Super Problem on pg. 11-13 in the “Bonding, Lewis and Molecular Geometries” packet.

    Week #3: April 27th-May 1st

    April 27th

    Answer the next 2 FRQ’s in the packet (the first FRQ has a chart of ethane derived compounds and the second FRQ involves the chemical C2H6O).

    April 28th

    Answer the 3 remaining FRQ’s in the packet.

    April 29th

    Finish any outstanding tasks from this week and submit work electronically by Friday (if possible). 

    Use the keys to check your answers to the “Atomic Structure” packet and “Mass Spectra Worksheet” from last week; Atomic Structure Packet KEY  Mass Spectra Worksheet KEY

    April 30th

    Read and review pg. 1-8 in the “IMFs and Condensed States of Matter” packet provided. Highlight important information if you think it would be helpful. IMFs and Condensed States of Matter packet

    Start to read and review the “Unit 3 Overview” powerpoint. Unit 3 Overview

    May 1st

    Continue to read and review the “Unit 3 Overview” powerpoint. Use the links to watch videos on the topics as needed; do this throughout the entire unit if you have spare time.

    (**End of PACKET #2**) 

     

    Week #4: May 4th-May 8th (**Start of PACKET #3**)

    May 4th

    Answer the NMSI Super Problem in the “IMFs and Condensed States of Matter” packet.

    May 5th

    Answer the next 2 FRQ’s in the packet. Use the “IMF Summary” handout to complete the “IMF Worksheet #1.” AP IMF Summary and AP IMF wkst. #1

    May 6th

    Answer the 2 remaining FRQ’s in the packet. Use the “IMF Summary” handout to complete the “IMF Worksheet #2.” AP IMF wkst. #2

    May 7th

    Finish any outstanding tasks from this week and submit work electronically by Monday (if possible).

    Use the keys to check your answers to the “Bonding, Lewis, and Molecular Geometries” packet from last week; Bonding packet KEY

    May 8th

    Download the “AP Chem Review 2020” powerpoint and start reviewing for the AP Chemistry Exam next Thursday (NOTE: only units 1-7 in the powerpoint will be on the AP Chemistry EXAM this year, so you do not need to work with units 8 & 9). AP Chem Review 2020  

    Week #5: May 11th-May 15th

    May 11th

    Continue using the “AP Chem Review 2020” powerpoint to review for the AP Chemistry Exam in three days.

    Here are the 2020 Ap Chemistry Exam practice problems and answer KEY: AP Exam Practice Problems and AP Exam Practice Problems KEY

    May 12th

    Continue using the “AP Chem Review 2020” powerpoint to review for the AP Chemistry Exam in two days. Use the keys to check your answers to the “IMFs and Condensed States of Matter” packet and the “IMF Worksheet #1 & #2”; IMF Packet KEY  IMF wkst. #1 KEY  IMF wkst. #2 KEY

    May 13th

    Continue using the “AP Chem Review 2020” powerpoint to review for the AP Chemistry Exam tomorrow.

    May 14th

    *AP Chemistry EXAM 2 PM*

    (It is open-note and yes you can google stuff, but you need to be aware of the time constraints to answer the questions.)

     Please make sure you have been to the AP Central website and understand exactly how everything is going to work for taking and submitting your answers for the exam.

    May 15th

    Relax after taking the stressful AP Chemistry EXAM. My suggestions would be to take a walk, play with your pet(s), talk to your loved ones and friends, take a nap, etc.

    Week #6: To be determined as of right now.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2 Week distance learning plan for AP Chemistry (Packet #1):

    Day 1

    Answer the Ch. 3 Stoichiometry multiple choice review questions; Stoich MC Review

    Day 2

    Read and review the Ch. 5 Electrochemistry study list provided; Electrochem study list

    Day 3

    Answer the Ch. 5 Electrochemistry multiple choice review questions; Electrochem MC Review

    Day 4

    Read and review the Ch. 6 Thermodynamics study list provided; Thermochemistry study list  Thermodynamics study list

    Day 5

    Answer the Ch. 6 Thermodynamics multiple choice review questions; Thermo MC Review

    Day 6

    Read and review the Ch. 7 Kinetics study list provided; Kinetics study list (you will need to click the enable editing button on this document to see it properly)

    Day 7

    Answer the Ch. 7 Kinetics  multiple choice review questions (Set 1); Kinetics MC Set 1

    Day 8

    Answer the Ch. 7 Kinetics  multiple choice review questions (Set 2); Kinetics MC Set 2

    Day 9

    Read and review the Ch. 8 Equilibrium study list provided; Equilibrium study list

    Day 10

    Answer the Ch. 8 Equilibrium  multiple choice review questions; Equilibrium MC Review

     

     

    Week of 3/2

    Standards: 

    LO 6.7 The student is able, for a reversible reaction that has a large or small K, to determine which chemical species will have very large versus very small concentrations at equilibrium.

    LO 6.8 The student is able to use LeChatelier’s principle to predict the direction of the shift resulting from various possible stresses on a system at chemical equilibrium.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will continue to review for the Ch. 8 Test.

    Plan: Check and go over part 2 of the Ch. 8 Review sheet, return and go over the equilibrium FRQ

    Tuesday 

    Plan: Ch. 8 TEST (part 2)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the solubilty of various dissolved salts.

    Plan: Discuss notes on Ksp and solubility; HW = Solubility wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the solubilty of various dissolved salts.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, finish solubility notes; HW = Solubility wkst. #2

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the solubilty of various dissolved salts.

    Plan: Finish and go over the HW; HW = Finish 6 M.C. (practice quiz questions)

      

    Week of 2/24

    Standards: 

    LO 6.8 The student is able to use LeChatelier’s principle to predict the direction of the shift resulting from various possible stresses on a system at chemical equilibrium.

    LO 6.9 The student is able to use LeChatelier’s principle to design a set of conditions that will optimize a desired outcome, such as product yield.

    LO 6.10 The student is able to connect LeChatelier’s principle to the comparison of Q to K by explaining the effects of the stress on Q and K.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to apply LeChatelier's principle in order to determine the shift in the chemical reaction.

    Plan: Collect labs, return and go over LeChatelier's wkst. #1, do LeChatelier's wkst. #2 (classwork); HW = Start Ch. 8 Review sheet (part 1)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will start to review for the Ch. 8 Test.

    Plan: Finish Ch. 8 Review sheet (part 1); HW = Start Ch. 8 Review sheet (part 2)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will continue to review for the Ch. 8 Test.

    Plan: Return and go over LeChatelier's wkst. #2, return and go over Ch. 8 Review sheet (part 1)

    Thursday 

    Plan: Ch. 8 TEST (part 1); HW = Finish Ch. 8 Review sheet (part 2)

    Friday 

    No school

     

    Week of 2/17

    Standards: 

    LO 6.8 The student is able to use LeChatelier’s principle to predict the direction of the shift resulting from various possible stresses on a system at chemical equilibrium.

    LO 6.9 The student is able to use LeChatelier’s principle to design a set of conditions that will optimize a desired outcome, such as product yield.

    LO 6.10 The student is able to connect LeChatelier’s principle to the comparison of Q to K by explaining the effects of the stress on Q and K.

    Monday  

    Holiday (no school)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to apply LeChatelier's principle in order to determine the shift in the chemical reaction.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, video on LeChatelier's principle; HW = Finish equilibrium FRQ

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to apply LeChatelier's principle in order to determine the shift in the chemical reaction.

    Plan: Collect FRQ, notes on LeChatelier's principle; HW = LeChatelier's wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to apply LeChatelier's principle in order to determine the shift in the chemical reaction.

    Plan: Collect HW, LeChatelier's principle lab

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to apply LeChatelier's principle in order to determine the shift in the chemical reaction.

    Plan: Analyze the LeChatelier's principle lab; HW = Finish lab questions if needed

     

    Week of 2/10

    Standards: 

    LO 6.4 The student can, given a set of initial conditions (concentrations or partial pressures) and the equilibrium constant, K, use the tendency of Q to approach K to predict and justify the prediction as to whether the reaction will proceed toward products or reactants as equilibrium is approached.

    LO 6.5 The student can, given data (tabular, graphical, etc.) from which the state of a system at equilibrium can be obtained, calculate the equilibrium constant, K. 

    LO 6.6 The student can, given a set of initial conditions (concentrations or partial pressures) and the equilibrium constant, K, use stoichiometric relationships and the law of mass action (Q equals K at equilibrium) to determine qualitatively and/or quantitatively the conditions at equilibrium for a system involving a single reversible reaction.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to write equilibrium expressions, calculate K and Q values, and determine the shift needed to reach equilibrium.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on reaction quotient; HW = Reaction quotient wkst. 

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to solve for equilibrium conditions using ICE charts.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, video on reaction quotient, notes on ICE tables; HW = ICE wkst. #1

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to solve for equilibrium conditions using ICE charts.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, continue ICE notes; HW = Start on equilibrium FRQ

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to solve for equilibrium conditions using ICE charts.

    Plan: Notes on ICE using quadratic equation, practice problem; HW = ICE wkst. #2 

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to solve for equilibrium conditions using ICE charts.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on ICE using AXIS; HW = ICE wkst. #3

     

    Week of 2/3

    Standards: 

    LO 6.4 The student can, given a set of initial conditions (concentrations or partial pressures) and the equilibrium constant, K, use the tendency of Q to approach K to predict and justify the prediction as to whether the reaction will proceed toward products or reactants as equilibrium is approached.

    LO 6.5 The student can, given data (tabular, graphical, etc.) from which the state of a system at equilibrium can be obtained, calculate the equilibrium constant, K. 

    LO 6.6 The student can, given a set of initial conditions (concentrations or partial pressures) and the equilibrium constant, K, use stoichiometric relationships and the law of mass action (Q equals K at equilibrium) to determine qualitatively and/or quantitatively the conditions at equilibrium for a system involving a single reversible reaction.

    Monday  

    Plan: Ch. 7 TEST (part 2); HW = work on FRQ

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to write equilibrium expressions and calculate K values.

    Plan: Collect FRQ, start notes on Ch. 8 (equilibrium), practice problems

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to write equilibrium expressions and calculate K values.

    Plan: Go over the equilibrium practice problems, return/go over kinetics FRQ; HW = Equilibrium wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to write equilibrium expressions and calculate K values.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Equilibrium wkst. #2 (due Monday)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to use differential and integrated rate laws to analyze kinetics MC questions.

    Plan: Work on kinetics MC questions (due Tuesday)

     

    Week of 1/27

    Standards: 

    LO 4.1 The student is able to design and/or interpret the results of an experiment regarding the factors (i.e., temperature, concentration, surface area) that may influence the rate of a reaction

    LO 4.2 The student is able to analyze concentration vs. time data to determine the rate law for a zeroth-, first-, or second-order reaction. 

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to use the integrated rate laws to determine half-lives and concentrations.

    Plan: Return and go over the thermodynamics FRQ (graded), continue notes on integrated rate law; HW = Integrated rate law wkst.

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to use the integrated rate laws to determine half-lives and concentrations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, finish chapter; HW = Review sheet (part 2)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to use the integrated rate laws to determine half-lives and concentrations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Review sheet (part 1)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to use the integrated rate laws to determine half-lives and concentrations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, start working on integrated rate law FRQ (due Tuesday)

    Friday 

    Plan: Ch. 7 TEST (part 1); HW = work on FRQ

     

    Week of 1/20

    Standards: 

    LO 4.1 The student is able to design and/or interpret the results of an experiment regarding the factors (i.e., temperature, concentration, surface area) that may influence the rate of a reaction

    LO 4.2 The student is able to analyze concentration vs. time data to determine the rate law for a zeroth-, first-, or second-order reaction. 

    Monday  

    No school

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the orders of chemical reactions and determine rate laws.

    Plan: Discuss HW, thermodynamics FRQ (classwork)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the orders of chemical reactions and determine rate laws.

    Plan: Collect rate law wkst. #2, finish thermo. FRQ (classwork)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the orders of chemical reactions and determine rate laws.

    Plan: Return and go over rate law wkst. #2, notes on integrated rate laws, practice problems; HW = Rate law wkst. #3

    Friday 

    Plan: Check and go over HW, take benchmark test

     

    Week of 1/13

    Standards: 

    LO 4.1 The student is able to design and/or interpret the results of an experiment regarding the factors (i.e., temperature, concentration, surface area) that may influence the rate of a reaction

    LO 4.2 The student is able to analyze concentration vs. time data to determine the rate law for a zeroth-, first-, or second-order reaction. 

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to calculate reaction rates for reactants and products in a chemical reaction.

    Plan: Collect M.C. questions, start notes on Ch. 7 (kinetics), practice problems; HW = Finish practice problems

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the orders of chemical reactions and determine rate laws.

    Plan: Go over HW, notes on rate laws, practice problems

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the orders of chemical reactions and determine rate laws.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Rate law wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the orders of chemical reactions and determine rate laws.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Rate law wkst. #2

    Friday 

    No school 

     

    Week of 1/6

    Standards: 

    LO 5.12 The student is able to use representations and models to predict the sign and relative magnitude of the entropy change associated with chemical or physical processes. 

    LO 5.13 The student is able to predict whether or not a physical or chemical process is thermodynamically favored by determination of (either quantitatively or qualitatively) the signs of both ΔH° and ΔS°, and calculation or estimation of ΔG° when needed.

    LO 5.14 The student is able to determine whether a chemical or physical process is thermodynamically favorable by calculating the change in standard Gibbs free energy.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to predict the sign of entropy for a chemical reaction and calculate entropy from reference values.

    Plan: Start notes on Ch. 6b (thermodynamics), practice problems; HW = Thermodynamics wkst. #1

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate Gibbs free energy using entropy, enthalpy, and K values.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, finish notes; HW = Thermodynamics wkst. #2

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate Gibbs free energy using entropy, enthalpy, and K values.

    Plan: Let finish HW if needed (due by end of class), work on Ch. 6b M.C. questions (due Monday)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate Gibbs free energy using entropy, enthalpy, and K values.

    Plan: Return and go over thermodynamics wkst. #2, discuss quiz tomorrow, continue working on M.C. questions

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate Gibbs free energy using entropy, enthalpy, and K values.

    Plan: Thermodynamics QUIZ; HW = Finish M.C. questions

     

    Week of 12/16

    Monday  

    LO: Students will review for the semester exam.

    Plan: Check and go over both parts of the semester exam review sheet

    Tuesday 

    Plan: Semester exam (1st, 5th)

    Wednesday 

    Plan: Semester exam (6th)

    Thursday 

    Plan: Finish making redox ornaments

    Friday 

     No school

     

    Week of 12/9

    Standard: LO 5.6 The student is able to use calculations or estimations to relate energy changes associated with heating/cooling a substance to the heat capacity, relate energy changes associated with a phase transition to the enthalpy of fusion/ vaporization, relate energy changes associated with a chemical reaction to the enthalpy of the reaction, and relate energy changes to P∆V work.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to draw Lewis dot structures and use them to calculate enthalpy using bond energies.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, go over structures with methyl groups; HW = Bond energy wkst. #2 (Q. 1-3)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to draw Lewis dot structures and use them to calculate enthalpy using bond energies.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss formal charge; HW = Bond energy wkst. #2 (Q. 4-6)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to draw Lewis dot structures and use them to calculate enthalpy using bond energies.

    Plan: Go over HW, bond energy QUIZ

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will review for the semester exam.

    Plan: Work on semester exam review sheet (part 1)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will review for the semester exam.

    Plan: Work on semester exam review sheet (part 2)

     

    Week of 12/2

    Standard: LO 5.6 The student is able to use calculations or estimations to relate energy changes associated with heating/cooling a substance to the heat capacity, relate energy changes associated with a phase transition to the enthalpy of fusion/ vaporization, relate energy changes associated with a chemical reaction to the enthalpy of the reaction, and relate energy changes to P∆V work.

    LO 5.7 The student is able to design and/or interpret the results of an experiment in which calorimetry is used to determine the change in enthalpy of a chemical process (heating/cooling, phase transition, or chemical reaction) at constant pressure.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 6 Test.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, test prep, notes on enthalpy from bond energies, practice problems

    Tuesday 

    Plan: Ch. 6 Test (part 1)

    Wednesday 

    Plan: Ch. 6 Test (part 2)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to draw Lewis dot structures for covalent compounds and identify the molecular shape and bond angle.

    Plan: Continue dot structures, discuss molecular geometry and bond angles, practice problems; HW = Finish practice problems

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to draw Lewis dot structures and use them to calculate enthalpy using bond energies.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, go over exceptions for dot structures; HW = Bond energy wkst. #1

     

    Week of 11/25

    Standard: LO 5.6 The student is able to use calculations or estimations to relate energy changes associated with heating/cooling a substance to the heat capacity, relate energy changes associated with a phase transition to the enthalpy of fusion/ vaporization, relate energy changes associated with a chemical reaction to the enthalpy of the reaction, and relate energy changes to P∆V work.

    LO 5.7 The student is able to design and/or interpret the results of an experiment in which calorimetry is used to determine the change in enthalpy of a chemical process (heating/cooling, phase transition, or chemical reaction) at constant pressure.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 6 Test.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Finish review sheet (part 1)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 6 Test.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Finish review sheet (part 2)

    Wednesday - Friday

    Holiday

     

    Week of 11/18

    Standard: LO 5.6 The student is able to use calculations or estimations to relate energy changes associated with heating/cooling a substance to the heat capacity, relate energy changes associated with a phase transition to the enthalpy of fusion/ vaporization, relate energy changes associated with a chemical reaction to the enthalpy of the reaction, and relate energy changes to P∆V work.

    LO 5.7 The student is able to design and/or interpret the results of an experiment in which calorimetry is used to determine the change in enthalpy of a chemical process (heating/cooling, phase transition, or chemical reaction) at constant pressure.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to calculate enthalpy using stoichiometry.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on enthalpy; HW = Enthalpy wkst.

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate heat based on calorimetry.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, classwork problems, notes on calorimetry, video clip

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate heat based on calorimetry.

    Plan: Discuss specific heat capacity, demo, practice problems; HW = Calorimetry wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate enthalpy based on heat of formation values.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on enthalpy from heat of formation values, video clips; HW = Calorimetry/enthalpy wkst. #2

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate enthalpy using Hess' law.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on Hess' law; HW = Hess wkst. 

     

    Week of 11/11

    Standard: TRA-2.C Students will be able to represent a balanced redox reaction using half-reactions.

    TRA-2.C.1 Balanced chemical equations for redox reactions can be constructed from half-reactions.

    Monday  

    Plan: Ch. 5 TEST (part 1), collect HW

    Tuesday 

    Plan: Return and go over part 2 of the Ch. 5 Review sheet, test prep, work on Ch. 5 M.C. (due Friday)

    Wednesday 

    Plan: Ch. 5 TEST (part 2)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to distinguish between the system and the surroundings and determine the appropriate sign for the energy transfer.

    Plan: Start Ch. 6 notes on thermodynamics, combustion video clips; HW = Ch. 5 M.C. (due Friday)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate heat, work, and energy.

    Plan: Collect HW, continue Ch. 6 notes, demonstrations; HW = Thermodynamics wkst.

      

    Week of 11/4

    Standard: TRA-2.C Students will be able to represent a balanced redox reaction using half-reactions.

    TRA-2.C.1 Balanced chemical equations for redox reactions can be constructed from half-reactions.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to understand how a battery is designed and calculate voltage and Gibbs free energy.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on Gibbs free energy, practice problems; HW = Electrochem. wkst. #4 (due Wednesday)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how an electrolytic cell works and how it can be used for electroplating metals.

    Plan: Notes on electrolytic cells with examples, video on electroplating; HW = Finish Electrochem. wkst. #4

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to use electrolysis to break down water into hydrogen and oxygen gas.

    Plan: Electrolysis lab; HW = Lab analysis

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 5 Test next week.

    Plan: Collect labs (answer questions first), return and go over Electrochem. wkst. #4; HW = Ch. 5 Review sheet (part 1)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will review for the Ch. 5 Test next week.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Ch. 5 Review sheet (part 2)

     

    Week of 10/28

    Standard: TRA-2.C Students will be able to represent a balanced redox reaction using half-reactions.

    TRA-2.C.1 Balanced chemical equations for redox reactions can be constructed from half-reactions.

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to understand how a battery is designed and calculate voltages using half-reactions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, start Ch. 5 notes on electrochemistry, practice problems

    Tuesday 

    Plan: Redox quiz

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how a battery is designed and calculate voltages using half-reactions.

    Plan: Benchmark test; HW = Electrochem. wkst. #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how a battery is designed and calculate voltages using half-reactions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on cell potentials; HW = Electrochem. wkst. #2

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to understand how a battery is designed and calculate voltages using half-reactions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on line notation; HW = Electrochem. wkst. #3

     

    Week of 10/21

    Standard: TRA-2.C Students will be able to represent a balanced redox reaction using half-reactions.

    TRA-2.C.1 Balanced chemical equations for redox reactions can be constructed from half-reactions.

    Monday  

    Teacher work-day

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance redox reactions in acidic conditions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on balancing redox reactions in acidic conditions: HW = Acidic redox wkst. #1

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance redox reactions in acidic conditions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Acidic redox wkst. #2

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance redox reactions in acidic conditions.

    Plan: Discuss and collect the Ch. 4 MC questions, check and go over HW; HW = Acidic redox wkst. #3

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance redox reactions in acidic conditions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss redox quiz; HW = Acidic redox wkst. #4

     

    Week of 10/14

    Standard: LO 3.3 The student is able to use stoichiometric calculations to predict the results of performing a reaction in the laboratory and/or to analyze deviations from the expected results. [See SP 2.2, 5.1]

    LO 2.9 The student is able to create or interpret representations that link the concept of molarity with particle views of solutions. [See SP 1.1, 1.4]

    Monday  

    Plan: Ch. 4 TEST (part 1), check and go over HW

    Tuesday 

    Plan: Ch. 4 TEST (part 2)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to answer multiple choice questions about solution chemistry and practice doing math without a calculator.

    Plan: Ch. 4 Multiple choice questions (due Wednesday)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine oxidation numbers and if a chemical reaction is a redox reaction.

    Plan: Start Ch. 4b notes on redox chemistry, practice problems; HW = Redox WS 

    Friday 

    No school

     

    Week of 10/7

    Standard: LO 3.3 The student is able to use stoichiometric calculations to predict the results of performing a reaction in the laboratory and/or to analyze deviations from the expected results. [See SP 2.2, 5.1]

    LO 2.9 The student is able to create or interpret representations that link the concept of molarity with particle views of solutions. [See SP 1.1, 1.4]

    Monday  

    LO: Students will be able to perform a dilution series in lab.

    Plan: Finish dilution lab; HW = Lab calculations

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to analyze dilution lab data to determine the % error.

    Plan: Discuss lab calculations, collect labs; HW = Finish solution chemistry WS #2 

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine solubility and write net ionic equations for precipitation reactions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on precipitation; HW = Precipitation WS #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate the amount of precipitate produced in a reaction using stoichiometry.

    PLan: Check and go over HW, notes on precipitation stoichiometry, practice problems; HW = Precipitation WS #2 

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to calculate the amount of precipitate produced in a reaction using stoichiometry.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, do and go over Ch. 4 Review sheet (part 1) ; HW = Ch. 4 Review sheet (part 2)

     

    Week of 9/30

    Standard: LO 3.3 The student is able to use stoichiometric calculations to predict the results of performing a reaction in the laboratory and/or to analyze deviations from the expected results. [See SP 2.2, 5.1]

    LO 2.9 The student is able to create or interpret representations that link the concept of molarity with particle views of solutions. [See SP 1.1, 1.4]

    Monday  

    Plan: Ch. 3b TEST; HW = M.C. questions

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to distinguish an electrolyte from a nonelectrolyte and understand the dissolving process.

    Plan: Start notes on Ch. 4 (aqueous chemistry); HW = Start Ch. 3b FRQ (due Friday)

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to distinguish an electrolyte from a nonelectrolyte and understand the dissolving process.

    Plan: Continue Ch. 4 notes; HW = Solution chemistry WS #1

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform dilution calculations.

    PLan: Check and go over HW, notes on dilution; HW = finish pre-lab calculations

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform a dilution series in lab.

    Plan: Collect FRQ, start dilution lab

      

    Week of 9/23

    Standard: LO 3.3 The student is able to use stoichiometric calculations to predict the results of performing a reaction in the laboratory and/or to analyze deviations from the expected results. [See SP 2.2, 5.1]

    LO 3.4 The student is able to relate quantities (measured mass of substances, volumes of solutions, or volumes and pressures of gases) to identify stoichiometric relationships for a reaction, including situations involving limiting reactants and situations in which the reaction has not gone to completion. [See SP 2.2, 5.1, 6.4]

    Monday

    LO: Students will be able to determine the limiting and excess reactant and perform stoichiometry calculations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, stoichiometry practice problems, notes on limiting reactant with practice

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the limiting and excess reactant and perform stoichiometry calculations.

    Plan: Continue limiting reactant with practice, notes on % yield; HW = Limiting reactant wkst.

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance equations, determine the limiting and excess reactant, and perform stoichiometry calculations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Ch. 3b Review sheet (front only)

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance equations, determine the limiting and excess reactant, and perform stoichiometry calculations.

    PLan: Finish Ch. 3b Review sheet (due Friday), work on stoichiometry M.C. questions (due Tuesday)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance equations, determine the limiting and excess reactant, and perform stoichiometry calculations.

    Plan: Check and go over Ch. 3b Review sheet; HW = Work on stoichiometry M.C. questions (due Tuesday)

     

    Week of 9/16

    Standard: To calculate quantities of a substance or its relative number of particles using dimensional analysis and the mole concept. (SPQ - 1.A)                                        Explain the quantitative relationship between the elemental composition by mass and the empirical formula of a pure substance. (SPQ-2.A)

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas for compounds.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, return and go over the Ch. 3 long assignment; HW = Ch. 3 Review sheet (part 1)

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical and molecular formulas for compounds.

    Plan: Check and go over HW; HW = Ch. 3 Review sheet (part 2)

    Wednesday 

    Plan: Ch. 3 Test

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to balance equations and write word equations.

    PLan: Start notes on Ch. 3b on balancing; HW = Balancing wkst.

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform stoichiometry calculations.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, notes on stoichiometry; HW = Balancing/stoich wkst.

     

    Week of 9/9

    Standard: To calculate quantities of a substance or its relative number of particles using dimensional analysis and the mole concept. (SPQ - 1.A)                                        Explain the quantitative relationship between the elemental composition by mass and the empirical formula of a pure substance. (SPQ-2.A)

    Monday 

    LO: To demonstrate mastery of naming compounds.

    Plan: Ch. 2 TEST, continue working on the Ch. 3 long assignment

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the empirical formula of a hydrated compound in lab.

    Plan: Hydrate lab, continue working on the Ch. 3 long assignment

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine the empirical formula of a hydrated compound in lab.

    Plan: Finish hydrate lab, discuss lab calculations; HW = Finish the Ch. 3 long assignment

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform calculations in order to determine the formulas of hydrated compounds.

    PLan: Collect Ch. 3 long assignment, finish lab calculations; HW = Hydrate wkst.

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine empirical formulas for compounds based on combustion data.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss empirical formulas from combustion data; HW = Combustion wkst.

     

    Week of 9/2

    Standard: To calculate quantities of a substance or its relative number of particles using dimensional analysis and the mole concept. (SPQ - 1.A)                                        Explain the quantitative relationship between the elemental composition by mass and the empirical formula of a pure substance. (SPQ-2.A)

    Monday - Holiday

     

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to name acids.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, discuss naming acids, practice problems; HW = Naming wkst. #2

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to distinguish between ionic and covalent compounds and acids and name them properly using different systems of nomenclature.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, acid naming wkst. (classwork); HW = Ch. 2 Review sheet

    Thursday 

    LO: Students will be able to perform basic unit conversions and determine molar masses and percent composition of compounds.

    PLan: Check and go over HW, start notes on Ch. 3 (moles/atoms/grams conversions, molar mass, % composition)

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to determine how to calculate empirical and molecular formulas.

    Plan: Continue Ch. 3 notes (empirical/molecular formulas), start working on the Ch. 3 long assignment (classwork); HW = Study for the Ch. 2 Test on Monday

     

    Week of 8/26

    Standard: To calculate quantities of a substance or its relative number of particles using dimensional analysis and the mole concept. (SPQ - 1.A)                                        Explain the quantitative relationship between the elemental composition by mass and the empirical formula of a pure substance. (SPQ-2.A)

    Monday 

    LO: Students will be able to demonstrate their mastery of the polyatomic ions.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, Ion QUIZ

    Tuesday 

    LO: Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of the concepts in Chapter 1 in order to prepare for the Ch. 1 test.

    Plan: Finish chapter, test preparation; HW = Ch. 1 Review sheet

    Wednesday 

    LO: Students will be able to use the density equation to determine the quantity of sand needed in the density challenge activity.

    Plan: Check and go over HW, density challenge lab

    Thursday 

    PLan: Ch. 1 TEST

    Friday 

    LO: Students will be able to distinguish between ionic and covalent compounds and name them properly using roman numerals and Greek prefixes.

    Plan: Finish Ch. 1 TEST (last page), start Ch. 2 notes, practice problems; HW = Naming wkst.

     

    Week of 8/19

    Learning objective/standard: To calculate quantities of a substance or its relative number of particles using dimensional analysis and the mole concept. (SPQ - 1.A)

    Monday - Syllabus, information sheet, list of things to memorize

    Tuesday - Start notes on Ch. 1 with practice problems; HW = Metric wkst.

    Wednesday - Collect HW, go over Code of Conduct, notes on density and temperature; HW = Density/temperature wkst.

    Thursday - Collect HW, Element QUIZ, return and go over the metric worksheet, notes on significant figures

    Friday - Return and go over density worksheet, continue notes on sig. fig.; HW = Sig. fig. wkst.

     

     

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