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1st Day: Warm Up (IN)

Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared and focused for class.

Write a 5 sentence paragraph that describes one of your favorite hobbies, sports, or activities. What is it? Why do you like it? How long have you been doing it? Who got you involved? What are your goals for this hobby, sport, or activity?1

In- 8/22/11, Warm-UpNo Warm-Up

Through- Classwork Set-Up Interactive Notebook

Introduction to significant figures

Significant figures and rounding WS

Homework- Finish significant figures and rounding WS2

In- 8/23/11, Warm-UpWrite these numbers in scientific notation and tell how many significant figures each number has..0000647 190000000000 3.401 169

Homework- Take lab safety quizGet safety contract signed

Bring composition notebook on Thursday

Finish scientific notation, significant figures and rounding wkst for Friday

Through- Classwork Go over sig figs and rounding wkst

Scientific notation, significant figures, and rounding worksheet

Lab Safety contract 3

In- 8/24/11, Warm-UpSummarize the rules to use when dealing with significant figures. Make sure to include the rules for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Homework-Lab equipment puzzle

Finish scientific notation, significant figures, and rounding wkst for Friday

Through- Classwork

Go over safety quiz

Go over lab report format

Go over qualitative vs. quantitative observations

Qualitative vs. quantitative observations demo

Qualitative vs. quantitative lab4

In- 8/26/11, Warm-UpExplain the difference between a qualitative observation, a quantitative observation, and an inference. Give an example of each one.

Homework-Problem set #1: p. 60 26-46

Observation lab write up due Tuesday

Through- Classwork Calculate grades

Check out books

Acid in the eye demo

Go over lab equipment sheet

Check out lab drawers

Explain how problem sets work


In- 8/29/11, Warm-UpAnswer the questions below in complete sentences.How do you think a lava lamp works?2. What makes the dippy bird drink from the cup of water?3. How does the Galileo thermometer work?

Homework- English to Metric conversions

Observations lab write up due Tuesday

Through- Classwork

Metric conversions with dimensional analysis (factor label) notes

Metric conversions practice problems

English to Metric conversions (if you finish in class)


In- 8/30/11, Warm-UpConvert 1560 mm into km.Convert 43.6 m to nm.


Density Review Problems

Through- Classwork English to Metric conversion problems

Density, mass, and volume review

Density review problems


In- 8/31/11, Warm-UpThe density of gold is 19.3 g/cm3. If you have a piece of gold with a volume of 32.3 cm3, what is the mass?2. A piece of iron has a mass of 5.67 grams and a density of 8.8 g/cm3. Find the volume.3. Aluminum has a mass of 42.5 grams and a volume of 21.0 cm3. Calculate the density.


Through- Classwork Density lab


In- 9/2/11 Warm-UpIn complete sentences explain two ways you can find the density of an object.

Homework-Density lab write up due Tuesday

Through- Classwork Binder checkCalculate grade

Problem solving with dimensional analysis or factor label


In- 9/7/10, Warm-UpWrite down anything you know about at least 5 of the following words: mass, matter, atom, molecule, element, compound, physical change, chemical change, reactant, product, mixture, pure substance

Out- ReflectionNone

Homework-Test on Friday, notebook check on Friday (your problem set should be completed by Friday)Lab write up due Thursday

Through- Classwork Notes on Chapter 1: Matter and Change


In- 9/9/10 Warm upAnswer the questions in complete sentences.What is the difference between a mixture and a pure substance?2. What is the difference between a physical change and a chemical change?

Out- ReflectionNone

Homework-Study for test, make sure notebook is ready to turn in

Through- Classwork Iron sulfide lab


In- 9/13/10, Warm-UpIn a five sentence paragraph, write down what anything you know about the atom or the periodic table.

Out- ReflectionNone

Homework- Start working on problem set

Through-DPS Chemistry pre test

Notes on atomic structure

Protons, neutrons, and electrons worksheet


In- 9/14/10, Warm-UpFill in the blanks.


Homework- Finish isotopes worksheet

Through- Classwork Notes on isotopes and atomic abundance

Isotopes worksheet

ElementProtonElectronNeutronMass #BariumXenonUranium13

In- 9/16/10, Warm-UpDefine the following words:Proton2. Neutron3. Electron4. Atom5. Element6. Isotope

Out- ReflectionWhat did you learn this week?What are you understanding?What do you need help on?Homework- None

Through- Classwork

Atomic structure worksheet

Candium lab


In- 9/21/10 Warm-UpThere are two known isotopes of carbon, C-12 and C-13. Their relative abundances are 98.9% and 1.10% respectively. Calculate the atomic mass of carbon.

Out- ReflectionNoneHomework-Moles to grams conversions

Through- Classwork

Notes on the mole

Converting moles to grams and grams to moles.

15In- 9/23/10, Warm-UpHow many moles of NaOH are there in 152 grams of NaOH?

2. Calculate how many grams of Pb(NO3)2 there are in 6.54 moles.

Out- ReflectionNone

Homework-Finish energy, frequency and wavelength practice problems.

Through- ClassworkElectromagnetic Spectrum notes

Energy, Frequency, and wavelength practice problems

Flame test lab

16In- 9/24/10, Warm-UpIn the flame test lab, explain why you think each compound had a different flame color? Be sure to use at least 2 vocabulary words from your notes.

Out- ReflectionWhat have you learned this week? What do you understand? What do you need more help with?

Homework: None

Through- Classwork Questions from HW

Go over how to do calculations from lab

Moles to atoms calculations (if time)

17In- 9/27/10, Warm-Up

Calculate the frequency and energy of a red flame with a wavelength of 435 nm.

Out- ReflectionNoneHomework:Finish grams mole conversions 3Notebook check Monday

Test Monday

Flame test lab due Thursday

Through- Classwork Moles to atoms and atoms to moles conversions

Moles conversions 2

Grams to atoms and atoms to grams conversions

Mole conversions 3

18In- 9/28/10, Warm-UpConvert 8.63 grams of Cu to atoms of copper.2. Convert 9.46 x 1022 molecules of H2O to grams.

Out- ReflectionNone Homework:Finish worksheet

Notebook check Monday

Test Monday

Flame test lab due Thursday

Through- Classwork Notes on electron configurations

Electron configuration practice worksheet

Bedrock Geology Study Guide19In- 9/30/10, Warm-UpWrite out the electron configuration for the elements listed below.

Na b) Mg c) Al d) Si e) P f) S g) Cl h) Ar

What do you notice about the electron configurations for these elements?

Out- ReflectionNoneHomework:Study for your test on Monday

Make sure your notebooks are up to date for Monday

Through- Classwork

Introduction of noble gas configurations and orbital diagrams

Worksheet on electron configurations, noble gas configuration, and orbital diagrams

Atomic spectra lab

20In- 10/1/10, Warm-UpWrite out the complete electron configuration, the noble gas configuration, and the orbital diagram for the two elements listed below.

a) Mnb) Rb

Out- ReflectionWhat did you learn this week? What are you understanding well? What do you need more help on?

HomeworkStudy for your test on Monday

Notebook check on Monday

Spectra lab due Thursday


Through- Classwork Introduce the semester project and pick elements PROJECTS WILL BE DUE DEC. 6,2010

Update scoresheet

Notes on the periodic table

Periodic table assignment (not homework)


DateAssignment NamePoints Possible Your Score9/10/10-10/1/10Warm-Ups

509/16/10 and 9/24/10Reflections109/10/10-10/1/10Problem Set4010/1/10Total10022In- 10/5/10, Warm-UpWrite a five sentence paragraph about how your semester is going so far.

Out- ReflectionNoneHomeworkSpectra lab due Thursday

Periodic table worksheet

Through- ClassworkProject introduction

Periodic table notes

Periodic trend posters with groups

Gallery walk with notes

23In- 10/7/10, Warm-Up1.What is a period on the periodic table?2. What is a group on the periodic table?3. Where are the halogens located?4. Where are the noble gases located?5. What group is rubidium located in?

Out- ReflectionNone


Bring books tomorrow

Through- Classwork Movie clip on similar properties for elements in the same group

Periodic trend posters and gallery walk

Overview of how to use Microsoft Excel

Periodic trends computer assignment

24In- 10/8/10, Warm-UpIn a five sentence paragraph, summarize what you have learned in Chapter 5. Use at least 5 new vocabulary words i