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Pre Ap Chemistry Homework 4dx

First day signatures!

Acid Base Equilibria Daily Homework

Wed Feb 14th:

Video from today

Atomic Structure NMSI Reading (read and heavily outline page 1-16 - write notes, comments, NOT just highlight)

Thursday Feb 15th:

Video from today

Go to Unit 10 Docs, Open Atomic Structure Notes PDF and take notes on the 1st 6 PDF pages (we will review quickly and do examples tomorrow in class)

Friday Feb 16th:

Complete the 'procedure questions' for Bohr Model lab from today (thru #7)

Complete the copied textbook questions #39, 40, 45, 52, 55

Video from today

 The link for ordering AP exams (Google Doc) is:  https://tinyurl.com/cmhsAP2018

WEEK OF FEB 19TH:

Monday Feb 19th:

Begin crafting Trends Foldable/Booklet (instructions in back of packet)

Read and annotate NSMI Page 17-23

Tuesday Feb 20th:

Classwork - AP Chem Periodic Trends Webquest

Work on Foldable/Booklet... You can use this as a resource for booklet https://goo.gl/hCp839

Wednes Feb 21st:

Begin FRQs 1982 and 1987 (due tmr) ... 90, 94, 77 due Monday

*Make sure Bohr Lab gets in the box soon, Share PToE Trends Webquest with Enlow so she can give you a lab grade

*Enlow will want to see Foldable finished by Friday (PROJECT Grade!!)

Video from today

Bring tech tomorrow for online simulation stuff

Thursday Feb 22nd:

Finish Classwork (PES Stuff drawing POGIL)

Finish Trends FRQs 90, 94, 77 due Monday

Turn in Bohr lab!!

Video from today

Friday Feb 23rd: 

Finish minimum Multiple Choice Practice - #1-50 MC (we will finish thru #90 in class Mon)

Finish Trends FRQs 90, 94, 77 due Monday

Video from today 

WEEK OF FEB 26TH:

 

Monday Feb 26th:

NSMI Bonding Reading & Outline (actually must write some of this out or use sticky notes to annotate - NOT ONlY HIGHLIGHT!) due completely on Wed.

Atomic Structure FRQs to grade

 

Tuesday Feb 27th:

In class

- Finish NMSI Reading and annotations

- Complete two tutorials and jot down notes about concepts

 

Wednesaday Feb 28th:

Classwork link - FORMAL CHARGE PRACTICE

Complete Lewis Dot drawings on your Reading Guide 2 (in packet)

TB page # 418 # 43, 45, 55, 65, 79, 80

Review Molecular Geometry, Molecular Polarity, and Bond Angles

Video from today 

 

Thursday March 1:

Classwork Link -Complete TB HW from yesterday

Complete on lab sheet  as much as you can from the following (# ve-, lewis dot st, molecular geometry, electron group geometry,bond angles, molecular polarity, 3D sketch)

Video from today

 

Friday March 2:

Finish Lab

Video from today

MOLECULE HELP:

https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/molecule-shapes

http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/lsps07.sci.phys.matter.molecularshp/molecular-shapes

 

OPTIONAL (FOR NOW) TB pg 475 # 35, 51

 

Week of March 5th:

Monday Mar 5th:

CLASSWORK - IMF JigSaw - create a short presentation, be ready to SHARE as an expert.

Student Presentations (use as reference for tomorrow)

Dipole - Dipole 

Ion - Dipole

Hydrogen Bonding Forces

Induced - Dipole Forces 

London Dispersion Forces

 

Tuesday March 6th (see sub plans and HW listed below):

STEP 1: NMSI Covalent Bonding Orbital Reading Guide (pages 1-11) needs to be turned into the box.

STEP 2: This should take no more than 15-20 mins

  • Students will complete a review activity about intermolecular forces using a powerpoint from my website and a review worksheet.
  • Student worksheet has been printed for students, please make sure you pass these out first thing!
  • Tell students to Fill out IMF Worksheet from PPT Notes
    • This is linked under Homework - IMF Review PPT
    • Tell students to play the PPT in presentation mode because it’s animated

STEP 3: Lecture: Hybrid Orbitals (AO) – 40-50 mins

  • Watch ALL Video on Edpuzzle- Atomic Orbital Theory Notes

STEP 4:Atomic Orbital and Molecular Modeling Simulations (part 3.1 only) - 20 mins

Homework: Study for quiz on molecular models/shapes/bond angles/polarity, Complete Part 3.1 from the Atomic Orbital and Molecular Modeling Simulations from above.

 

Wednesday March 7th:

Finish MO theory from Edpuzzle-Molecular Orbtial Theory Video

For those still struggling with molecular polarity - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_wFi8dSm_U

If absent today (sorry, I didn't start video!) we reviewed Atomic Orbital Theory, took at quiz, and began Part 4 of the simulation (linked from Tuesday night) - we only did 3 molecules though

 

Thursday March 8th:

Finish about 75% of MC

 Video from today

 

Friday March 9th:

Week of March 12th:

Monday March 12th:

Collaborate with What’s in that Bottle Lab Teacher Directed Component

Share student directed procedure with Enlow

Video from today

Neat way to practice geometry! https://www.sporcle.com/games/tmonnot313/covalent-bonding-orbitals

All FRQs due on Thursday

 

Tuesday March 13th:

No School!

 

Wednesday March 14th:

Finish Flow chart of What’s in that bottle lab and share with me on google (pic)

Finish FRQs in packet 

 

Thursday March 15th:

Unit Reviews from Bonding and Atomic Structure (first packet)

 

Friday March 16th:

Watch and take notes on video for reading guide. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zY5TZrI3yP4

Beginning and Ending class period:

·Come in and copy the Agenda in your planner, and begin class if there is not a lecture that day.

·Make sure all pencils are sharpened before class begins

·Collect supplies needed for the day’s activities (textbook, Dissection Equipment etc.)

·Return all supplies to proper location and begin cleaning duties as directed.

·Dismissal is not by the bell but by the teacher.

Bathroom:

  • Only one student at a time may use bathroom. 
  • You must have permission to leave the classroom and must take the bathroom pass.   
  • No one will be permitted to leave the classroom the first 15 minutes of class.
  • Individual bathroom passes may or may not be issued.

Turning in completed work:

·Completed assignments must be turned into the appropriate tray.

·Do not give papers to the teacher.

·Homework is due at the beginning of class or considered late.

·All work will be date stamped when turned in.

Seating arrangement

  • Seats will always be assigned.
  • Sitting on lab tables, countertops or desks is prohibited.

Binder  - Bring to class daily. Some Binder checks will be unannounced and count as a daily grade. There will be a six weeks Binder check that counts as a Lab Grade.

Safety – Sign and return safety contract.  Failure to comply with the safety guidelines will result in the removal from the classroom for the remainder of the class.

Quizzes- May be given at least 1-2 times weekly throughout the year.  They may or may not be announced.  They will cover previous material, labs, and homework, vocabulary and reading assignments.  Quizzes will count as ½ of a test grade.

Cheating – Will not be tolerated in any type.   Consequences – First time: Zero on assignment. Repeated offenses will result in a call home and a referral to the office.

Tardies – No entrance to class without a pass. We will follow Warren Tardy Policy.

Dress Code – Will be strictly enforced per NISD student handbook.

Electronics – No electronic music players, cell phones, pagers, video games, etc.  If these items are seen then they will be taken up and sent down to the office for your parents to pick up. NISD policy will be strictly enforced.

Food and Drinks- Not allowed.

Make up Daily Work - You can pick up your missed assignments in the folder designated for your class.  Your make-up work will be due the following day.  Be sure to label the assignment with the word “absent” along with the date you were absent and the date you turned in the work so it is not counted late.

Missed Tests/Retests and Labs - You MUST schedule a time to make up a test. Retest times will be posted.

Tutoring – Tutoring will be available.  The Science department’s tutoring schedule will be posted in the classroom and online.

Textbook- Will be available during class.

  Chemistry Schedule 2014-15 (June 6, 2014)

Unit (Chapter/pages)

Time

(wks)

Topics

Assessment

1 Matter

Math skills

(Ch 3,pp 36-54,

pp. 946-967)

2

Properties of matter: physical/chemical 4A, extensive/intensive 4B

Density application of sig figs 2G, % error 2G, accuracy/precision 2F

Comparison of states of matter by their properties 4C

Classification of matter by composition-substances & mixtures 4D

Changes of matter: physical/chemical 4A

CDB 1

Nov 3-7,

2014

2 Structure of atom

(Ch 4-5, pp 4-21)

2

Models of the atom-Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr 6A

Applications of “theory” and “hypothesis” to development of atomic model 2B, 2C, 2D

Subatomic particles

Atomic number, atomic mass, isotope composition, calculation of atomic mass 6D

EM spectrum, energy, frequency, wavelength 6B, 6C; emission spectra

Electron configuration, Lewis dot formulas (nonbonded) 6E (not quantum numbers)

3 Periodicity

(Ch 6, pp. 901-945)

2

Development of periodic table using chemical and physical properties 5A

Identification & explanation of properties of chemical families 5B

Identification & explanation of periodic trends 5C

Lewis dot formulas (nonbonded) 6E

4 Bonding

Molecular Geometry

Nomenclature

(Ch 7-8)

4

Types of chemical bonding-ionic, covalent, metallic 7C, 7D; (not types of crystal structures)

Lewis dot structures (bonded) 7C (not formal charge, no molecular orbitals)

Chemical names 7A and formulas 7B

VSEPR theory and molecular geometry 7E (no hybridizations with d orbitals)

5 Chemical reactions

(Ch 9, Ch 19)

5

Types of reactions (synthesis/decomposition/SR/DR/combustion)

Types of reactions (acid-base, precipitation, redox) 10H (not redox agents, no Nernst)

Writing chemical equations 8D

Predicting products of reactions

Balancing chemical equations/conservation of mass 8D

CDB 2

Feb 9-13,

2015

6 Mole

(Ch 10, pp. 32-53)

2

Mole as a unit 8A

Mole calculations-number of atoms/ions/molecules 8B, molar mass

Applications of scientific notation, sig figs, dimensional analysis 2G

Percent composition 8C, Empirical and molecular formulas 8C

Semester Exams    January 13-16

7 Stoichiometry

(Ch 11)

3

Stoichiometry calculations 8E

Limiting and excess reagents calculations, yield 8E

8 Solutions

(Ch 14)

4

Water as a solvent in chemical and biological systems 10A

Solubility rules 10B; Factors affecting rates of solution 10F

Types of reactions (precipitation) 10H

Calculate molarity 10C, using dilution 10D

Types of solutions-electrolytes, sat/unsat/supersaturated 10E

CDB 3

Apr 27-

May 1,

2015

9 Acids, bases and

neutralization

(Ch 18)

3

Name acids and bases7A/7B

Define acid/base and distinguish between Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry 10G (not Lewis)

Predict products of acid/base reactions that form water 10G, 10H (no buffer calcs)

Define and calculate pH from H+ or OH- concentrations 10I (no polyprotic species calcs)

Distinguish between dissociation for strong and weak acids and bases 10J

10 Gases

(Ch 13)

3

Postulates of the kinetic molecular theory 9C

Describe/calculate relations among V, P, n, and T of a gas-Boyle’s, Charles’, Avogadro’s, Dalton’s, and ideal gas laws 9A

Stoichiometry using mass and volume of gas reactions 9B

11 Thermochemistry

(Ch 15)

3

Forms of energy 11A

Conservation of energy, heat transfer processes 11B

Thermochemical calculations, exo- and endothermic 11C

Specific heat calculations 11D

Calorimetry calculations 11E

Campus

assessed

12 Nuclear

(Ch 4.4, 24)

2

Characteristics of alpha, beta, gamma radiation 12A

Describe and balance radioactive decay equations 12B

Comparison of fission and fusion 12C

Final Exams  June 1-4, 2015

DRAFT CDB SCHEDULE: Nov 3-7, Feb 9-13, Apr 27-May 1

PreAP Chemistry Schedule 2014-15

PreAP Chemistry Semester 1

Unit (Chapter/pages)

Time

(wks)

Topics

Assessment

1 Matter

Math skills

(Ch 3,pp 36-54,

pp. 946-967)

2

Properties of matter: physical/chemical 4A, extensive/intensive 4B

Density application of sig figs 2G, % error 2G, accuracy/precision 2F, solving equations, calculator skills

Comparison of states (colloids) by their properties 4C chromatography, distillation demo,

Classification of matter by composition-substances & mixtures 4D, allotropes

Definite composition, multiple proportions; experimental measurement of % mass (purity)

Changes of matter: physical/chemical 4A

CDB 1

Nov 3-7,

2014

2 Structure of atom

(Ch 4-5, pp 4-21)

2

Models of the atom-Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr 6A

Applications of “theory” and “hypothesis” to development of atomic model 2B, 2C, 2D

Subatomic particles, Coulomb’s law (conceptual), photoelectron spectroscopy (PES)

Atomic number, atomic mass, isotope composition, calculation of atomic mass 6D

EM spectrum, energy, frequency, wavelength 6B, 6C; emission spectra

Electron configuration, Lewis dot formulas (nonbonded) 6E (not quantum numbers)

Do not memorize exceptions to Aufbau principle.

3 Periodicity

(Ch 6, pp. 901-945)

2

Development of periodic table using chemical and physical properties 5A

Identification & explanation of properties of chemical families 5B

Identification & explanation of periodic trends 5C) (1st ionization energy, atomic and ionic radii, e-negativity, typical ionic charges, predicting properties

Lewis dot formulas (nonbonded) 6E

4 Bonding

Molecular Geometry

Nomenclature

(Ch 7-8)

4

Types of chemical bonding-ionic, covalent, metallic 7C, 7D % ionic character; (not types of crystal lattices), alloys

Lewis dot structures (bonded) 7C (not exceptions to octet rule, no molecular orbitals)

Chemical names 7A and formulas 7B; properties of ionic vs molecular solids

VSEPR theory and molecular geometry 7E (no hybridizations with d orbitals), bond length

Polar/nonpolar molecule add trigonal bipyramidal and octahedral; intermolecular forces (H-bonding, dipole, dispersion)

5 Chemical reactions

(Ch 9, Ch 19)

5

Types of reactions (synthesis/decomposition/SR/DR/combustion)

Types of reactions (synthesis,decomposition acid-base, precipitation, redox) 10H (not redox agents, no Nernst)

Writing chemical equations 8D

Predicting products of reactions (DR, if SR occurs… not special cases)

Balancing chemical equations/conservation of mass 8D, balancing redox

CDB 2

Feb 9-13,

2015

(cont’d)

6 Mole

(Ch 10, pp. 32-53)

2

Mole as a unit 8A

Mole calculations-number of atoms/ions/molecules 8B, molar mass, molar volume @ STP,molarity

Applications of scientific notation, sig figs, dimensional analysis 2G

Percent composition 8C

Empirical and molecular formulas 8C

Semester Exams    January 13-16

PreAP Chemistry Semester 2

Unit (Chapter/pages)

Time

(wks)

Topics

Assessment

7 Stoichiometry

(Ch 11)

2

Stoichiometry calculations 8E (mole-mole, mass-mass, mass-volume (soln), mass-volume gas (stp)

Limiting and excess reagents calculations, yield 8E

(cont’d)

CDB 2

Feb 9-13,

2015

8 Solutions

(Ch 14)

3

Water as a solvent  in chemical and biological systems 10A

Solubility rules 10B; Factors affecting rates of solution 10F, miscible, immiscible (not memorizing many solubility rules)

Types of reactions (precipitation) 10H, lab-determine molar mass of gas product

Calculate molarity 10C, using dilution 10D;, Beer-Lambert law (green food coloring, (not molality %mass, % vol)

Types of solutions-electrolytes, sat/unsat/supersaturated 10E; conductivity lab

Gravimetric and titration analyses;  conceptual colligative (BP, surface tension, capillary, vapor pressure, phase diagrams,

CDB 3

Apr 27-

May 1,

2015

9 Equilibrium

(Ch 17)

2

Reversible reactions, dynamic equilibrium, equilibrium constants (not calculation of polyprotic acids)

Equilibrium expressions, equilibrium constants, LeChatelier’s principle

10 Acids, bases and

neutralization

(Ch 18)

2

Name acids and bases7A/7B

Define acid/base and distinguish between Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry 10G (not Lewis)

Predict products of acid/base reactions that form water 10G, 10H (no buffer calcs)

Define and calculate pH from H+ or OH- concentrations 10I (no polyprotic species calcs)

Distinguish between dissociation for strong and weak acids and bases 10J, RICE tables

Buffers (not computing ΔpH due to adding acid or base to buffer, not Henderson/Hasselbalch)

11 Gases

(Ch 13)

3

Postulates of the kinetic molecular theory 9C

Describe/calculate relations among V, P, n, and T of a gas-Boyle’s, Charles’, Avogadro’s, Dalton’s, and ideal gas laws 9A, deviations from ideal gas behavior, lab to estimate 0 K

Stoichiometry using mass and volume of gas reactions 9B

13Thermochemistry

(Ch 15)

2

Forms of energy 11A

Conservation of energy, heat transfer processes 11B;

Thermochemical calculations, exo- and endothermic 11C using bond energies for ΔH,enthalpy-vaporization, fusion, reactions

Specific heat calculations 11D heating/cooling curves, energy of phase changes

Calorimetry calculations 11E, energy of making and breaking bonds

ΔGo = ΔHo – TΔSo, entropy, Gibbs free energy

Campus

assessed

12 Nuclear

(Ch 4.4, 24)

1

Characteristics of alpha, beta, gamma radiation 12A

Describe and balance radioactive decay equations 12B

Comparison of fission and fusion 12C

14  Rates of reaction

(Ch 16)

1.5

Factors affecting reaction rates, catalyst, simple rate laws, free energy, collision theory

activation energy (not Arrhenius equation calculations)

15 Electrochemistry

(Ch 20)

1.5

Redox, electrical current,  (not Nernst equation)

Final Exams  June 1-4, 2015

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