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Unit 1

Periodic Table - Uses of the Elements

Unit 1a

 8/12:   What is chemistry - Get to know Mrs. Luci and expectations/Mrs. Luci's Webpage & Join Google Classroom- 
            Block 1: Class Code: pbduut2 ,  Block 3: Class Code:  cadz267,     Block 4: Class Code:  lgfr4yo/Complete First Day Information                         Google Form and submit/Reference sheets:  Element list, Periodic table & Conversion Sheet
            HW: 1. Read:  course orientation  and safety contract: Complete the Google Form posted 
                    on the Google Classroom by 8 pm on 8/13/20.

 8/13:   Questions on Course Orientation/Review of Periodic Table Information , protons, neutrons & electrons/Basic structure of an 
            atom - Bohr Models- Mrs. Luci will demonstrate a few problems on Jamboard/guided practice time & review with questions/ 
           HW: 1. Read and take notes pg. 68, 69, 70,       2. Draw Bohr Model for: Mg, F make your own Jam for this.
            OPTIONAL: How to Draw Bohr Model HELP!

 8/14:   Bohr Model HW  - quick review of Bohr models, students will be called on to share their Jamboard/Trial Run on notes on 
            white board using the document camera

            On Your Own Asynchronous Day:  
               1.   Watch the Na Demo video -Make a list of observations & questions /  Copper & Silver Nitrate Video  
               2.   Watch the Balance Equations Video
               3.  Complete problems 1-4 on worksheet
               4.   HW:  1. Read and take notes: Predicting Ions Notes: Complete the guided practice problems
                     2. Predicting ion charge, Bohr Models and protons, neutrons and electrons - 
                            Link on Google Classroom - Submit on classroom as well.
8/17:    Review answers to balance equations 1-4 & take questions/Students Balance 
            equations 5-10 then review with Mrs. Luci/ Go over 8/14 HW Submission: Pay attention to deadlines, email questions please, 
                don't put in classroom comments as my notifications are turned off, no redo's on individual assignments/
            HW:  1.  What happens during a Redox Reaction Video  - Only watch video till you reach 3:45.
                      2. Finish Balance equations 5-10 

8/18:    Show Balance Equation Answers/Recap and Review Na Demo Video
            HW:  1. Read & take notes on pgs. 94-97    2.  Read through Ionic Bonding & Ionic Nomenclature notes. & 
                         complete 4 practice problems on a Jamboard.
                     3. Watch the Alkali Metal Video [3 minute video on the redox reaction of Alkali metals  with water]

8/19:  Review Jamboard HW- students share their Jamboard when called on!!

           On Your Own Asynchronous Day:  
            1.    Redox reaction with  silver nitrate  and Copper Video  Watch & write observations
           2.   Sketch the vials, what do you think is being oxidized? What is being reduced? How do you know?
            3.  Writing Binary Formulas( complete 1-8)
           4.  Review & memorize Element Symbols & all Content.....Quiz on Friday!!!
            5. Week 2 Advice.

8/20:  Review HW/Write half reactions for silver nitrate and Copper redox & balance them.
            HW: 1.  Redox reaction with Zinc and Copper (II) chloride Video
                                  Draw Pictures of each test tube.  What was oxidized? What evidence supports that? Write the oxidation half reaction.
                                   What was reduced? What evidence supports that? Write the reduction half reaction.
                     2. Read and take notes for the front page of "Precision, accuracy  and significant figures     
                    3.  OPTIONAL: If the Writing Binary Formulas was hard, watch this video                         

8/21:  Review redox assignment of Zinc with Copper (II) chloride & then balance the redox rxn/
         Group B ions (Transition Metals)Handout /Google Classroom Quiz: Content 8/13-8/19
             HW:   1. Ionic bonding HW pg.121: #41    
                      2. Review Measurement Terms Handout
                        3.  Group B ions (Transition Metals)Handout - Do 9-12 on Writing Binary Formulas linked on 8/19
8/24:   Review HW by writing answers on shared Jamboard( Assign a sheet for student doing a specific problem/
            Finish 13-20 on Writing BInary Formulas - show key/What are sig. figs? Why do we use them? Precision vs. accuracy, 
            uncertainty? Discussion/
                HW:  1Precision, accuracy and Sig. figs back side
                          2.  Study element list 

      ** Book & supply pick up: Check Out Books, Graph Paper & calculators :  Date 8/26/20      
 8/25:   Get out a cm ruler for today's lesson/Students get an object shorter than your ruler.  Line the object up with the zero line, 
              then take a picture including the ruler and object. Upload picture to a Jamboard and Share Jam with Mrs. Luci /
              Review HW/Measurement activity - I will demonstrate how to measure on doc camera/Show Graduated cylinders & ruler, 
                sketch the increments and label the uncertainty/Discuss shared Jams now!
              HW: 1. Ionic Nomenclature  pg. 118-119:#6,25   2. Study element symbols 3. Measurement like we did 
                        in class today, go to Google classroom to find out the details and....then upload and submit to the 
                        Google Classroom.

8/26:    Rev. HW& Unit 1 Quiz/Explain today's assignments

              On Your Own Asynchronous Day:  
             1. Iron and Copper (II) sulfate rxn Video [ a. What was oxidized?  b.  What was reduced? 
             c.  What are the products? d. Are there any spectators? Use evidence to support your statements]
             2.  Complete  SN Handout/
           HW: Read and take notes pg 126-140 in your World of Chemistry book& then try  sig. figs sheet [1-20] - 
                    Underline the sig. figs.

** Book & supply pick up: Check Out Books, Graph Paper & calculators :  Date 8/26/20      
8/27:   Rev. HW/Measurement tools on Jamboard- Students sketch in notebook: write measurement with uncertainty and
            underline the sig. figs./
             HW: 1. Sig. Fig's in Measurement Practice   2. Study for element quiz

8/28    Rev. Sig. Fig HW on doc camera/Sig. figs in math practice//Redox problem: Draw Pictures, what is oxidized? what is reduced?
            Any spectator? Write the oxidation half-rxn and the reduction half-rxn & Balance using half-reaction method:
                Al(s)  +  ZnCl2(aq)    -->   Zn(s)    +    AlCl3(aq) /Element symbols quiz #1 (10 minutes) - You may use Periodic Table
                HW: 1.  More Measurement practice    2. sig. figs sheet 21-60   3. Optional Redox Reading:  pg. 258-261
8/31:       Finish Redox problem: Draw Pictures, what is oxidized? what is reduced? Any spectator? Write the oxidation half-rxn and
                 the reduction half-rxn & Balance using half-reaction method:
                Al(s)  +  ZnCl2(aq)    -->   Zn(s)    +    AlCl3(aq) /Review Sig. Fig. HW/Naming Ionic compounds sheet/
                HW:   1. Lab Format Handout - review   
                2. Redox Problem #1 (Complete like examples from class)  3.  Didn't like your Measurement Jam Grade, 
                Optional new Jam measurement assignment posted today on the Classroom.  Submit by 9 pm tonight.

9/1:        Rev Redox Problem #1 & Yesterday's Jam Ionic Naming sheet /Discuss Metal replacement Lab , Pre-write questions with Google             Meet open for ?  { Lab should Include: MLA Heading, Title, Introduction, Data Table]/ 
              HW: 1.  Redox #3 from last night's worksheet  2. Binary Ionic nomenclature practice - Submit on Google Classroom by 9 pm

9/2:        Quick Questions and explanation of Metal Replacement Lab

              On Your Own Asynchronous Day:  
                1. Watch Metal Replacement Lab Video 1  & Video 2   Then fill in your data table
                2. Answer these Questions in your sample calcs section: [Disregard the questions on the lab handout]  
                        a.  Which metal was the most reactive?  
                        b.  Which metal was the least reactive? 
                        c.  Rank the metals from most reactive to least reactive.  
             HW:   1.  Measurement handout   2.   Read pg 635 - 637 [Redox]

9/3:       Rev. HW & Submitted Nomenclature assignment/Write Lab redox equations together
                HW: 1.  Nomenclature  Pgs. 118-119: 7, 8, 25  and Review KEY
                        2. Measurement sheet - Complete and Review KEY

9/4:     Rev. HW/Talk about what learn at school will look like the week of Sept. 14th/
            HW Quiz [Redox, Sig. Figs & measurement, Ionic Nomenclature]
            HW:  1Redox problem #4 on worksheet [HINT:  all diatomic molecules have a zero charge.]  
                      2Chemistry HW #1 (measurement)

9/8:    Rev. Redox HW #4- Do on Board (oxidized species, reduced species & spectator species)/Complete Redox #5 and rev/
            Work on lab redox equations
            HW: 1. Work on lab redox equations [Include: Beakers, charges on all species, identify the Spectator, the species oxidized, 
                    the species reduced, then write the oxidation half-rxn, the reduction half-rxn, then balance the electron exchange
                    and sum.]

9/9:      Review HW & Friday's HW quiz

            On Your Own Asynchronous Day:  
              HW: 1.  Finish Metal Replacement Lab 
                     2.  practice Ionic Nomenclature 

9/10:  Review HW & any more lab redox rxn questions/Radioactivity - What makes an element radioactive?What is an isotope? 
            Alpha, Beta and positron Particles in Decay equations
            HW: 1.   Radioactive Decay Equations   2. Finish Metal Rep. Lab and Submit to Google Classroom                  
9/11:    Review HW/HW Quiz with all elements
            HW: 1.  Complete problems pg 694-695:4, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14
                      2.  How to Balance Redox Problems?  

9/14:  Review HW/ Making Ionic Compounds HW  / More redox practice -sheet/ Review as a class
            HW: 1. Complete half of Practice Test 1a       
            Office Hours: 2 pm

9/15:  Review 1st half of practice Test 1a - on Jamboard/More Radioactive decay equations - pg 694: 13 & 15, pg 697: 1, 2, 6, 7, 8 - then review
          HW: FInish practice test   & Unit 1a Supplement page
          Office Hours: 1:30 pm

9/16:    Show answer keys for rest of practice test and supplemental page

             On Your Own Asynchronous Day:  
             1.  Review Practice Test
              2.  Review Supplemental page & Radioactive Decay equations.
             3. Come to Office Hours: 11:30 am       for last minute questions
             4.  Review element symbols 
             5.  Skim all notes and assignments from the unit & review all linked handouts
             6. Plan a Google Meet study group with others
             7.  What you need out for the test tomorrow: Periodic Table, 4 pieces of binder paper and your calculator.  You will be submitting a pdf.
9/17: Timed Test - Unit 1a with Camera ON Submit picture
         HW: 1.  Review: DA Steps Handout 
                   2. Polyatomic Ion List 

Unit 1b
9/18:  Meaning of division activity (Mass per unit volume of a wood block)/Pre-write lab: MLA, Title, BI, Data Table/Begin DA
          HW:   1.  Wood block lab data collection Video
                    2. Complete Sample calculations , upload page to a Jamboard, share so I can edit- Submit on Google Classroom
                        by 10 pm
 9/21: Shred Wood Block Lab/Prep: cylinder ratio lab- those in class measure in person, those at home watch the video/ More DA
            HW:  1. Watch cylinder ratio lab Data Collection Video
                    2.  Complete Sample Calculations, upload page to a Jamboard, share so I can edit - submit to Google Classroom 
                         for a Grade by 10 pm

9/22:  More DA & include cubed and squared units
            HW:    1Read and take notes on pgs. 144-148  [DA]  
                       2.  Isn't DA Fun?  # 7, 8, 9   

9/23:  Review HW /Return and Discuss cylinder ratio lab and Lab redo policy
                Data Collection to be done during Intervention Google Meets-Virtually

             On Your Own Asynchronous Day:  
              1.  Isn't DA Fun? 3-6 
              2Homogeneous vs heterogeneous mixtures Reading - pg 39-42
             3. Prep & Do Lab #3: Find the mass Fe per unit mass mixture- Data Video
            4. Complete sample calculations and Submit to Google Classroom for a grade by 10 pm

9/24:  Show HW Key while taking roll/Homogeneous mixture:  Prep Salt Solution Lab -Introduction, group talked through procedure 
            on the board and data table/Mrs. Luci will Collect Day 1 measurements: Lab Includes: MLA, Title, Introduction (purpose & BI), 
            Data and Sample Calcs
          HW: 1. Finish Isn't DA Fun? problems 1 & 2
                    2. Work on Redo Labs

9/25:  Show HW key while taking roll/Data collection day 2/Now complete your sample calcs 
            HW Quiz which will include some polyatomic ions
            HW:  1. Nomenclature with polyatomic ions
                      2. Submit Salt Soln lab to Google Classroom for grade by 10 pm

9/28:   Review HW/Ratio DA problem (1 example Problem)/Wood Block Act: At school measure your own wood block and find the mass per unit volume.
           Those of you remote today: Wood block: mass = 45.67 g, Length =  4.56 cm, width = 2.34 cm, height = 14.56 cm, find the mass per unit volume 
           of the block 
           HW:  Use your ratio for the wood block from class to calculate the mass of a giant wood block, of the same type of wood, with 
                     dimensions of 3,459.00 cm x  854.90 cm x 291.61 cm.  Use your ratio as a conversion factor.  Put on a Jamboard.

9/29: Review a few wood block labs- choose random students/Cylinder Ratio & DA Pre-write: Purpose - Find the mass per unit volume of 
          one cylinder. Then use your ratio as a conversion factor to solve for the volume of your giant cylinder.  

            Those in class will measure their own cylinder.  Remote Learners - Data.
          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. & Sample Calcs./
      HW: 1. Finish and submit Cylinder DA Lab to Classroom by 10 pm 
             2.  DA Practice sheet   
9/30:  Beans & Beandles, particles & moles

         On Your Own Asynchronous Day:
        1. Read ONLY the  Beandle Activity , but don't do! 
        2.  Mole Reading...What is a mole? What is Avogadro's Number? -
       3.  Now complete Form on the Google Classroom & submit by 10 pm
        4.  If you have not yet submitted the Form to Redo your Fe and Sand lab do that tonight on the Classroom by 10 pm
 10/1:   SUB:  Rev DA HW from 9/29/More Ratio DA/How to write formulas for ratio solving

10/2:  SUB:   Review HW/Recap Beandle Lab and why it was important, Avogadro's # and molar mass - Video 
                      Practice molar mass and Avogadro's Number 
         HW:    1.  Ratio Review HW 

10/5:   Review HW/Begin Unit 1b Practice test
           HW: 1. FInish Practice test 2.  Nomenclature practice with Polyatomic Ions #2

10/6: Sign up for a testing time - Google Form/Review Practice test & nomenclature with polyatomic ions
         HW: Review Practice Test & all Unit 1b material

10/7:  Check-In information about the test

              On Your Own Asynchronous Day: 
                1. Unit 1b Test- Test will be emailed at your assigned time and you will have 75 minutes to complete and 
                  upload to Classroom.  Failure to complete and upload in that time will result in a zero score.
                2. Review all content for Midterm
10/8 & 10/9: Midterm Exam 
   **(1 part will be a district wide common assessment(10% of Midterm Grade)/1 part written by Mrs. Luci (90% of Midterm Grade)

Thursday 10/8/20

1st: 7:50 - 9:45

4th: 9:50 - 11:45

Friday 10/9/2020

3rd: 7:50 - 9:45

5th: 9:50 - 11:45

HW: Remember all redo labs due either tonight or Sunday!!

Did not Cover due to Distance Learning:
 Collect Unit 1 HW packet
 New Seats/St & Rev HW/Write your procedure and make final data table for electroplating lab  /Inspect the lab set-up on 
            front lab counter/ 
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 - Finish Sample Calcs and Start Discussion
2. Enroll in   3.  Research Electroplating  
                              [Be sure to record your sources.]   
                   Log In Information:  
                                                                Block 1: Enrollment KEY:            Class ID: 
                                                                Block 3: Enrollment KEY:            Class ID:
                                                                Block 4: Enrollment KEY:             Class ID: 
     Electroplating notes/Begin Electroplating Introduction - Typed on a Google Doc, do not share doc with anyone!!!
             HW: 1.  Finish Introduction Electroplating Lab 
HW: 1.   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
 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.]

 Copper metal with nitric acid Rxn Video (REDOX) Questions: 
                     A. Write down your visual observations of the reaction. 
                     B.  Why did the reaction stop?  
                     C.  What was oxidized?  Evidence to support?

 Finish 13-16 on Determine Sig. Digits sheet

      2. 2. Finish Sample Calcs for Jelly Bean and Kidney bean activity 
    JB & KB activity/

How many grams of sugar are in the mixture? 
        - Brainstorm: what would you do, what would you measure and what would your sample calcs look like/