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     AccPre                                                                                                  the mole

    Measurement & The Mole Chapter's 2 & 11
    Agenda for Octomber 2019
    Measurement & The Mole Packet Chapter's 2 & 11

    Measurement Vodcasts: Watch only if you were absent or need more help
    Vodcast "Why Measurement" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UR-fGQoed14) and "Vodcast Questions"
    (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/172z_FMUE_LdkDA-I-ETN7Rsq-6fvFuTVSXg0FaPwNUY/viewform#start=openform)
    Ch. 2 Vodcast #2  Scientific Notation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvmCEGMd14U
    Vodcast #3 Dimensional Analysis:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0_0YncMTLk

    Mole Vodcasts if you were absent or want to hear it again:

    Vodcast #1 & 2 (Mass and the Mole)
    Vodcast #3 Percent Composition

    Vodcast #4 Percent Composition & Empirical Formulas
    http://youtu.be/qZw4mBsa7rA 

    Vodcast #5 Molecular Formulas (if you were absent)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ku82MaxsFgU&feature=youtube_gdata

     Week 7  9/30-10/4th  - Packet at top of page

    Monday 9/30  
    Show me your homework: Claim & Research

    Test your original toothpaste, takes notes & observations
    Optimizing Toothpaste HMH Book

    Homework: 
    Optimizing Toothpaste Think about how you would "optimize" your toothpaste. List five safety procedures you will follow. 
    Do you have a scienctific calculator you can bring to class?

    Tuesday/Wednesday 10/1 & 10/2 
    Optimizing Toothpaste HMH Book - 
    Develop a plan to test the whitening ability of the Brillant Smile toothpaste mixture. 
    List your criteria with support of the class discussion
    Design your experiment, test your design & collect data. 


    Homework: 
    Complete everyother problem on "Working with Numbers" 
    Do you have a scienctific calculator you can bring to class?


    Thursday/Friday 10/3 & 10/4 
    Discuss Measurement & quantitative data for Toothpaste lab
    Chapter 2 Power Pt Notes on Measurement
    Optimizing Toothpaste HMH Book - Evaluate tiles and complete "Anayze" questions.

     
    Homework:  
    Put Toothpaste lab aside
    Complete WS: Sig Digits 
    Do you have a scienctific calculator you can bring to class?

     Week 8  10/7th-10/11th  packet at top of page

    Monday & Tuesday 10/7  &  10/8
    Show me your homework worksheet "Sig Digits", and "Working with Numbers" and Unit Outcome sheet for stampage points

    More discussion on Sig Figs - addition/subtraction & multiplication/division (page 3 of green notes)
    Measurement activity in class - stamp when done
    Kahoot
    Measurement & Sig Figure Practice #1 & #2

    Homework:  
    Measurement & Sig Figure Practice #1 & #2
    Bring your scientific calculator to class for credit 
     
    Thursday & Friday 10/10  &  10/11
    Show me your homework worksheet "Measurement & Sig Fig Practice #1 & #2", and Unit Outcome sheet for stampage points

    Warm up "Lesson #1" on Optimizing Toothpaste Lab (pg. 4 of lab)
    Calculators checked off for homework credit
    Discuss Dimensional Analysis 
    Check homework "Measurement & Sig Fig Practice #1 & #2"
    Measurement Walkaround - correct & stamp when complete

    Homework:  
    Finish "Optimizing Toothpaste" lab  Lab Data (use first place data for Lesson #1, and for your CER)
    Complete Lesson #1, #2, and Draw Conclusions- Claim, Evidence, Reasoning
    Bring your scientific calculator to class for credit 
     

     Week 9  10/14th-10/18th  packet at top of page

    Monday 10/14 
    Turn in Optimizing Toothpaste Lab

    What is "The Mole" video
    WS Counting Atoms & Chemical Shorthand
    WS Molar Mass
    Pick up new packet on the mole



    Homework:  
    WS: Significant Figures & Exponential Notation" 
    Bring your scientific calculator to class for credit 

    Tuesday & Wednesday 10/15  &  10/16
    Dress for Lab 
    Zinc Lab "Counting Atoms in a Chemical Reaction"
    Activity: How many molecules in your name?
    Discuss Mole problems Mole Notes   Mole PowerPt
    WS: Moles to particles & particles to moles (both sides)
    WS: Particles to moles/Moles to particles
    Answers to "Sample Problems" here:  Sample Problems Key
    Complete WS: Moles to Grams/Grams to Mole and Basic Mole Practice (both sides of worksheet) 
     
    Homework: 
     
    Both Labs: Molecules in your Name - Pay attention of sig figs & units
    Zinc Lab: Experimental Results & Analysis of Results only
    WS: Counting Atoms & Chemical Shorthand & Molar Mass if you didn't finish in class
    Review for Quiz on Sig Figs & Measurement 
     
    Thursday & Friday 10/17  &  10/18
    Review Sig Figs & Exp. Notation
    Quiz Sig Figs & Measurement
    Discuss Mole problems Mole Notes   Mole PowerPt
    Last chance for Walkaround
    Finish "Follow Up Questions" on Counting Atoms (Zinc Lab)
    Turn in both labs, Molecules in Your Name & Zinc Lab
    Correct & Stamp Chemical Shorthand: Counting Atoms & Molar Mass
    WS: WS: Moles to particles & particles to moles (both sides)
    WS: Particles to moles/Moles to particles  Sample Problems Key
    WS: Moles to Grams/Grams to Mole and Basic Mole Practice (both sides of worksheet) 
     
    Homework: 
     
    WS: Moles to particles & particles to moles (both sides, You do These ONLY, and SKIP two step)
    WS: Particles to moles/Moles to particles
    Answers to "Sample Problems" here:  Sample Problems Key
     

     Week 10  10/21st-10/25th  packet at top of page

    Monday 10/21 
    Complete first page of green notes. Use pages 10-15 of HMH
    Correct & Stamp in class:
    Chemical Shorthand: Counting Atoms & Molar Mass
    WS: Moles to particles & particles to moles (both sides)
    Complete WS: Moles to Grams/Grams to Mole and Basic Mole Practice (both sides of worksheet) 
    WS: Intermediate & Advanced Mole Problems
     
    Homework:   
    WS: Moles to particles & particles to moles (both sides)
    Complete WS: Moles to Grams/Grams to Mole and Basic Mole Practice (both sides of worksheet) 
    Dress for Lab
     
    Tuesday & Wednesday 10/22 & 10/23 (MOLE DAY!!!)
    Lab: Determining Empirical Formulas
    WS: Intermediate Mole  Problems and Advanced Mole Problems durning lab
    Discuss Empirical Formulas
    Mole Notes   Mole PowerPt 

    Homework:
    WS: Intermediate & Advanced Mole problems - This will be graded. 
     
    Thursday & Friday 10/24 & 10/25 
    Relay Race to review for quiz
    Quiz Mass to Particles

    Finish Lab: Determining an Empirical Formulas (turn in when finished, if you don't finish it's homework)
    Worksheet: Calculating the Simplest Empirical Formulas  (if time we wills start this worksheet)


    Homework:
    Finish Lab: Determining an Empirical Formulas
    We're celebrating Mole Day next Tuesday/Wednesday for Extra Credit
    Extra Credit, bring something to celebrate, sing a song, read a poem, bake goodies, "Make a Mole Real" (http://www.moleday.org/)
     

     Week 11  10/28th-11/1st  packet at top of page

    Monday 10/28 
     
    No Power No School
     
    Homework:   
    Finish Lab: Determining an Empirical Formulas
    We're celebrating Mole Day next Tuesday/Wednesday for Extra Credit
    Extra Credit, bring something to celebrate, sing a song, read a poem, bake goodies, "Make a Mole Real" (http://www.moleday.org/)
     
    Tuesday & Wednesday 10/29 & 10/30 
     
    No Power No School
     
    Homework:   
    Finish Lab: Determining an Empirical Formulas
    We're celebrating Mole Day next Tuesday/Wednesday for Extra Credit
    Extra Credit, bring something to celebrate, sing a song, read a poem, bake goodies, "Make a Mole Real" (http://www.moleday.org/)
     
    Thursday & Friday 10/31st & 11/1  
    Finally - Electrcity! 
    We will celebrate Halloween & Mole Day!
    Come to class see a pumpkin explosion and complete extra credit puzzles
    We will also work on our homework in class- WS: Empirical Formulas (front "Calculating the Simplest Empirical Formula" backside "Emp. Formulas From Mass or % Comp Data)

    Homework:   
    WS: Empirical Formulas (front "Calculating the Simplest Empirical Formula" backside "Emp. Formulas From Mass or % Comp Data)
     

     Week 12  11/4th-11/8th  packet at top of page

    Monday 11/4 
    Get Empirical Formula Worksheet Stamped & Correct
    Discuss Molecular Formulas and complete four questions off back side of Empirical Formula & Molecular
    Formula worksheet  Empirical & Molecular Formulas 
    If absent feel free to watch  Vodcast Percent Composition for help on % Yield or copy notes from power point
    Mole PowerPt
     
    Homework:   
    WS: Percent Composition (only do everyother questions on both sides)
     
    Tuesday 11/5 & Wedesday 11/6 
    Stampage points on "Calculating Emp. Formulas, Molecular Formulas, & % Composition." 
    Discuss Hydrates Hydrate power pt

    Hydrate Lab 
     Mole PowerPt
     
    Homework:   
    Review your Green Notes for the Unit Exam on Measurement (chapter 2) and The Mole (Chapter 11)
     
     
    Thursday 11/7 & Friday 11/8  
    Exam Measurement & The Mole
    Finish the Hydrate Lab (if needed)
    Complete 11.5 Worksheet and turn in with Lab
    Complete WS: "Worksheet Molarity (Acids and Bases)" WS: Molarity

    Homework:   
    WS: 11.5
    WS: "Worksheet Molarity (Acids and Bases)" (complete ODD problems ONLY)WS: Molarity
     
     Week 13  11/11th-11/15th  packet at top of page 
    Monday - No School Veteran's Day

    Tuesday 11/12 & Wedesday 11/13 
    Finish Pre-Lab for Kool-Aid Lab
    Complete Kool - Aid Lab

    Homework: 
    Finish Kool Aid Lab if not completed in class
    Lab Check on Hydrate & Molarity next Thursday/Friday  
     
    Thursday 11/14 & Friday 11/15 
    Lab Check on Hydrate & Molarity
    Start Atomic Structure

    Homework: 
    HMH Unit 3 (login
    Complete: 
    Unit Opener
    Lesson 1 Modeling Atomic Structure
    Lesson 1 - Engage
    Lesson 1 - Explore/Explain 1
    Lesson 1 - Explore/Explain 2 
    (skip the labs)
    If you're productive and want to continue working we will eventually finish all of lesson 1, but only thru Explore/Explain #2 for homework.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

     

     

     
     
     
     
Last Modified on November 15, 2019