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Unit 1

Periodic Table - Uses of the Elements


 8/13:     [30 ,minute block] What is chemistry - Get to know Mrs. Luci and expectations/Name cards/some demos
                

 8/14:      Partners & seating chart /Join Google Classroom/Pass out element List, periodic Table -
                /Notes Handout - Work in groups of 4 to review notes and do review problems - Students will display solutions 
                on white boards/Check out books/HW: 1. Read and take notes pg. 68, 69, 70
               2. sign course orientation  - Just print last page and return with parent and student signatures. 
               3. safety contract signed and questions answered  4. Draw Bohr Model for: Mg, F. 

 8/15:     Stamp Bohr Model HW  - quick review of Bohr models on board/Collect Signed course orientation and safety 
               contract/ Na Demo - Make a list of observations/Discuss and  Intro to Redox Rxns /  
                Read and take notes Predicting Ions Notes: Debrief and ask questions, then complete the guided practice problems
                 in your group of 4/Questions on Course Orientation/HW: Predicting ion charge, Bohr Models and protons, neutrons 
                and electrons.   2. Read and take notes on pages pg 94-97    3.  Ionic Bonding & Ionic Nomenclature notes.

8/16:     Stamp & Rev. HW/ Watch the Alkali Metal Video [3 minute video on the redox reaction of Alkali metals  with water]/
                Redox reaction with copper wire and silver nitrate - Draw Pictures 
              HW:  1. Read and annotate the front page of "Precision, accuracy and significant figures" handout 
                        2. Review Measurement Terms Handout 
                        3. Video: Uncertainty in measurement, significant figures in measurement  
                          4.  Writing Binary Formulas worksheet - Write formula and name for 1-5
                                          

8/19:      HW Quiz/Writing Binary Formulas complete and review 1-8/Group B ions (Transition Metals) Handout - Do 9-12 on 
               worksheet & review/Finish Redox demo from Friday - What is being oxidized and what is being reduced...How do you know?
                Evidence?  /Precision vs. accuracy??, what is uncertainty??
                HW:  1. Ionic bonding HW pg.121: #41 then name a-d, f-h     2.  Precision, accuracy and Sig. figs back side
                          3.  Study element list 

                                   
8/20:    St &  Review Ionic bonding HW/Finish lecture on accuracy, precision & sig. figs -review back side/Measurement activity - 
            Graduated cylinders & ruler on counter to draw and write the value of the smallest increment and label the uncertainty  - 
             students do and then review with class on board/HW: 1. Ionic Nomenclature  pg. 118-119:#6,25   2. Study element symbols
            

8/21:      St & Rev. HW/Measurement tools on board- write measurement with uncertainty and underline the sig. figs. /
            Iron and Copper (II) sulfate rxn #1/Zinc and copper (II) chloride Rxn #2/ 1. What was oxidized?  2.  What was reduced? 
             3.  What are the products? 4. Are there any spectators? Use evidence to support your statements/
             HW: 1. Sig. Fig's in Measurement Practice   2. Study for element quiz

8/22:     Stamp &Rev. HW/Copper metal + nitric acid Rxn Demo (REDOX) Questions: 
             1. Write down your visual observations of the reaction. 
             2.  Why did the reaction stop?   3.  What was oxidized?  Evidence to support?/Complete & Rev. SN Handout/
            /HW: Read and take notes pg 126-140  & then try  sig. figs sheet [1-20] - Underline the sig. figs.
                         
8/23:      St & Rev. Sig. Fig HW on board/More Measurement practice with handout, then review/Redox problem: Balance using half 
                reaction method Fe(s)  +  SnCl2(aq)    -->   Sn(s)    +    FeCl3(aq) /Element symbols quiz #1 & HW Quiz #2
                HW: 1. Read and take notes on pg. 258-261    2. sig. figs sheet 21-60   3. Look up the water displacement method
      
                                      
8/26:       Review Sig. Fig. HW/Pass back element Quiz and Write elements you missed three times/Naming Ionic compounds sheet/
                Rev Sig. Figs in math on back of Precision, accuracy/More redox practice/HW:   1. Lab Format Handout - review   
                2. Redox Problem #1 (Complete like examples from class)
         

8/27:        Element symbol Quiz #2 /#11 & 12 from Sig. digits sheet/Rev Redox Problem #1/Measurement sheet - Complete and 
                 Review/ Binary Ionic nomenclature practice - Complete and check key/
                HW: 1. Complete Redox Problem #2 & #3 from last night's worksheet  2.  Finish 13-16 on Determine Sig. Digits sheet

8/28:        Rev. Redox HW/Redox practice problem/Meaning of division activity (Mass per unit volume of a wood block) 
                Pre-write lab/HW: 1.  More Binary Formulas

8/29:        HW key on board/Do wood block lab and turn in/redox practice problem/Review wood block lab by shredding on document camera-
                pass back and discuss with partner/Lab #2: Meaning of division activity with cylinders (mass per unit
               volume of a plastic cylinder and submit/HW: 1. Read and take notes on pgs. 144-148 
         

8/30:     [SUB] Redox practice problem then review key/Pass back wood block lab with feedback - review with partner 
                and review with lab format handout/ Prep: cylinder ratio lab from document camera/ HW QZ #3/
                HW: 1.  Nomenclature  Pgs. 118-119: 7, 8, 25   
                 2. Read pg 635 - 637 & 652 -654                  3. Measurement handout 


9/3:     St. & Rev. HW/Do cylinder ratio lab and turn in/Practice lab with how to label units on a mixture(Different than 
              cylinder lab, as the mass and volume were both for the wood block so they could be ignored] & review on white boards: 
            HW:  1Redox problem #4 on worksheet [HINT:  all diatomic molecules have a zero charge.]  
                      2. Finish Sample Calcs for Jelly Bean and Kidney bean activity 
           
                                        Intervention: Lab Redo's

9/4:     St & Rev. Redox HW #4& JB & KB activity/Pass back and review Cylinder Ratio lab - discuss redo's/Prep & Do Lab #3: Find the 
            mass part per mass whole of an iron and sand mixture/Pass out and discuss Metal replacement Lab and discuss SDS paperwork 
            /HW: 1.  Finish Fe and Sand Lab   2. Complete all Pre-Lab questions in ink on a piece of binder paper.  
                    3.  Read attached SDS information for metals and give me one highlight from each metal in ink under your
                         pre-lab questions. SDS Link: 
                          Copper  Magnesium   Tin    Zinc
                                                

9/5:     Element Symbol Quiz #3/Collect Iron & Sand Labs/Metal Single Rep. Lab- Do two metals then Begin writing half reactions 
            for the lab /HW: 1. Write redox reactions from lab

9/6:      HW Quiz #4 /Finish Metal Replacement lab/Pass back Fe and Sand lab/
            HW: 1.  Write redox reactions for the Metal replacement Lab
            2. Review: DA Steps Handout 

                                        
9/9:      DA lecture: Isn't DA Fun? 3-6 & review/Work on Oxidation and reduction half reactions for Metal Replacement lab/
             HW: 1. Finish Metal Replacement Lab   2.  Isn't DA Fun?  # 7, 8, 9 


9/10:      Collect Metal Replacement Lab/DA Ratio Units: how to do the mi/sec to mm/day and the gal/min to L/hour & cubed & squared units/
              Discuss pre-write for Voltaic Cell lab [Answer 3 questions in Background information -  Define Oxidation & Reduction, then read
               Flinn information at bottom of front page, and tell me something you learned from it. Then title all tables in lab.]/ 
               HW: 1.  Rulers worksheet  2. Read Voltaic cell lab  

9/11:  Rotate through lab stations and Complete all Data Voltaic Cell lab  Table 1 & begin Table 2/
        Sample Calculations for Predicted Potentials in Table 2 / Check answers to measurement HW/Finish Isn't DA Fun? sheet/
        Make Quiz corrections
         HW: 1.  practice Ionic Nomenclature    


9/12: Finish Data collection for Voltaic Cell Lab - Table 2 /Rev. HW key on board/ Write redox reactions for the lab/HW: finish lab


9/13:  Collect Voltaic Cell lab/ Homogeneous mixture of sugar and sand - How many grams of sugar are in the mixture? 
        - talk through with partner...what would you do, what would you measure and what would your sample calcs look like/ 
          Prep  Salt Solution Lab -Introduction, procedure and data table//HW Quiz #4 - Retake/
          HW: 1. Finish Salt solution lab pre-write  2. Enroll in Turnitin.com   3.  Research Electroplating  
                              [Be sure to record your sources.]   
           
                            Turnitin.com Log In Information:  
                                                                Block 1: Enrollment KEY: ChemB1F19     Class ID: 22380623
                                                                Block 3: Enrollment KEY: ChemB3F19     Class ID: 22380641
                                                                Block 5: Enrollment KEY: ChemB5F19     Class ID: 22380671

                                       Intervention:  Lab Redo's

 9/16: Start Salt solution lab/Review HW/Wood Block Activity: If a wood block has a mass of 45.67 g and the dimensions of 4.56 cm x 2.34 cm x 
        14.56 cm, find the mass per unit volume of the block/HW: 1. Use your ratio for the wood block problem in class to calculate the mass of a 
        giant block with dimensions of 3,459.00 cm x 854.90 cm x 291.61 cm    2. Chem HW #1 worksheet 
                           
                                    Intervention:  Lab Redo's
                                                              
9/17: Stamp HW & Rev. /Finish Salt solution lab, now solve for how many grams of salt are in the big bottle of solution if Mrs. Luci made 1000.0 ml./
        /Cylinder Ratio & DA Pre-write: Purpose - Find the mass per unit volume of one cylinder.  Then use your ratio to solve for the volume of a giant 
        cylinder of the same material that has a mass of 4.56 lbs.  [MLA heading, title, Introduction with purpose and Background Information with 3  
          bullets,also make a data table./HW: 1. DA Practice sheet   2.  Read Electroplating Notes & watch Electroplating Video 
    
                                        Intervention:  Lab Redo's

9/18:  Put HW answers on board/Collect rest of Salt solution lab/Do Cylinder Ratio lab and turn in/
          Beandle Activity with Calcs. as groups of 4/Mole Reading...What is a mole?  What is Avogadro's Number? /
             HW: 1.  Finish Introduction Electroplating Lab 2.  Unit 1 Practice Test    
                                                                                                  

9/19: Recap beandle Lab and why it was important, Avogadro's # and molar mass/Review Practice Test /
         HW:  1. Review practice test  2.  Put all your HW stamps together
                                         

9/20:  Collect HW stamps/Unit 1 Test/HW: 1. Write your procedure and make final data table for electroplating lab  
        

9/23:   [SUB]   nomenclature worksheet practice  /Review procedure and data table with partner & inspect the lab set-up on 
            front lab counter/  Pass out polyatomic ions list  & make flash cards/Ratio Review HW /
            Practice molar mass and Avogadro's Number in simple DA Problems -      HW: Review Electroplating lab

9/24:  new seats/Electroplating Lab data collection, run two trials if your result for molar mass of Copper is +/- 5 g/mol off of 
           accepted value/HW: 1.  Work on electroplating lab  2. Study Polyatomic ions