Objectives - Mr. Borchik

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Aug. 14th 2013
Wednesday – #1
Chemsitry
Objective:
Understand the safety expectations in a chemistry lab/classroom
environment
Aug. 16th 2013
Chemsitry
Objectives:
1. Understand the safety expectations in a CHS chemistry lab
environment
2. Determine what you already know about chemistry.
#2
Aug. 19th / 20th 2013
Chemsitry
#3
Objectives:
1. Define chemistry and describe several ways in which chemistry
affects your life.
2. Be able to differentiate between a chemical and physical
change
Aug. 21st / 22nd 2013
Chemsitry
#4
Objectives:
1. Distinguish between quantitative and qualitative observations.
2. Distinguish between accuracy and precision.
Aug. 23rd 2013
Chemistry
#5
Objectives:
1. Distinguish between accuracy and precision.
2. Write numbers in scientific measurements with the correct
significant figures
What does someone say when they’ve
been shot?
Aug. 26th / 27th 2013
Chemistry
#6
Objectives:
1. Write numbers in scientific measurements with the correct
significant figures
What do you say when a police man
shows up at your bank robbery?
Aug. 28th / 29th 2013
Chemistry
#7
Objectives:
1. Apply the technique of dimensional analysis to solving
conversion problems.
2. Convert measurements in regular notation to scientific notation
and vice versa.
What do you say if your bank robbery
gets interupted?
Aug. 30th 2013
Chemistry
#8
Objectives:
1. Apply the technique of dimensional analysis to solving
conversion problems.
2. Convert measurements in regular notation to scientific notation
and vice versa.
We all have ___ fingers and toes.
Sep. 3rd , 4th 2013
Chemistry
#9
Objectives:
1. Apply the technique of dimensional analysis to solving
conversion problems.
2. Convert measurements in regular notation to scientific notation
and vice versa.
I just got back from summer break. All of
my math skills _____.
Sep. 6th , 7th 2013
Chemistry
#10
Objectives:
1. Calculate the density of pennies minted before 1982 and after
1983
2. Identify the metals in the cores of pennies minted after 1983.
3. Understand uncertainty of measurements and the use of
significant figures
What do you do with a science teacher if
he dies?
Objectives:
1. “See candle lab procedure”
I just hit my _____ the table…ouch!
Pee Wee Herman kept the other inmates
laughing because he was a _____?
Objectives:
1. Determine what you know and don’t know in Unit 1
(UNIT ONE – sig figs, scientific notation w/ calculations, metric
conversions, density, slope, graphing)
What should I do with the dirty beakers?
O, just put them in the _____.
Warm Up
Sep. 16th , 17th 2013
Chemistry
#13
Objectives:
1. Be able to discuss the history of the atomic theory and
explain early models of the atom
Peyton Manning ____ the Broncos to the
2014 Super Bowl!
Sep. 18th , 19th 2013
Chemistry
Objectives:
1. Describe Rutherford’s concept of the atom.
2. Calculate atomic mass.
#14
I will email you the instructions but first I
need to _______ into the computer.
The actual mass of a proton is 1.673 x 10-27 kg
1.) What is the mass of 6300 protons?
1.054 x 10-23 kg
2.) Covert the mass of a proton from kg to decigrams
1.673 x 10-23 dg
3.) Convert the mass of a proton from kg to megagrams
1.673 x 10-30 Mg
Sep. 20th 2013
Chemistry
Objectives:
1. Describe the Bohr Model
#15
JOKES
Sep. 23rd , 24th 2013
Chemistry
#16
Objectives:
1. Be able to distinguish between atomic number and mass
number, explain what makes elements and isotopes
different from each other, and calculate average Atomic
Mass
JOKES
Calculate the molar mass of the following
molecules
1.) CuSO4
159.5 g/mol
2.) Cr4(P2O7)3
729.8 g/mol
Sep. 30th , Oct 1st 2013
Chemistry
Objectives:
1. Be able to convert grams to moles to particles.
#18
Oct 4th 2013 #19
Chemistry
Objectives:
1. Be able to convert grams to moles to particles.
Homework
1. Study for your EXAM (10-9, 10-10)
2. Coulumbic Attraction, Unit 2 Review, Gram to Mole Conversion
JOKES
Oct 7th and 8th 2013
Chemistry
#19
Objectives:
1. Determine what you know and don’t know in Unit 2. (History
of atomic theory, atomic structure, ions, isotopes, bohr
model, molar mass, % abundance, molar conversion)
Boron has two isotopes. The natural abundance
for these isotopes are: 19.9% 10B (10.013 amu)
and 80.1% 11B (11.009amu). Calculate the atomic
weight of boron.
ANSWER: Atomic Weight = 10.811
Score yourself on the following question. Give yourself a score from 1 – 5 on
based on your comfort level. (1 = low, 5 = high)
ANSWER: 0.180 mol
Score yourself on the following question. Give yourself a score from 1 – 5 on
based on your comfort level. (1 = low, 5 = high)
JOKES
Oct 21st and 22nd 2013
Chemistry
Objectives:
1. Explain what the electromagnetic spectrum is.
#20
Riddles
The more you take the more you leave
behind.
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Riddles--
The more you
take the more you
leave behind.
Oct 22nd and 23rd 2013
Chemistry
#21
Objectives:
1. Explain the concepts regarding the electromagnetic
spectrum.
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Riddles--
Light as a feather,
there is nothing in it,
the strongest man
can't hold it for much
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Riddles--
I went into the woods
and I got it,
I sat down to find it,
I went home with it
Oct 28th and 29th 2013
Chemistry
#22
Objectives:
1. Be able to describe the quantum processes that allow us to see
color/light.
2. Be able to identify professions, on a global scale, that might use
this information.
JOKES
Nov 4th & 5th 2013
Chemistry
#23
Today’s Objectives:
1. Apply the Aufbau principle, Pauli Exclusion principle, and Hund’s rule to
write the electronconfiguration of atoms.
2. Compare s, p, d, and f orbitals in terms of size, shape, and energy.
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Riddles--
Remove the outside,
cook the inside, eat the
outside, throw away the
inside.
Nov 6th & 7th 2013
Chemistry
#24
Today’s Objectives:
1. Write electron configurations for ions.
2. Relate the position of an element in the periodic table to its
electron configuration
Nov 11th & 12th 2013
Chemistry
Today’s Objectives:
1. Determine what you know and don’t know in Unit 3
#25
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Riddles--
If a rooster laid a brown
egg and a white egg,
what kind of chicks
would hatch? .
Nov 18th & 19th 2013
Chemistry
#26
Unit 4 – Periodic Trends Objectives:
1. Describe the organization of the elements by Mendeleev.
2. Describe the revision of the periodic table by Mosely.
3. Relate the position of an element in the periodic table to its atomic number and atomic
mass.
4. Describe the concept of ionization energy.
5. Use ionization energies to describe stabilities for atoms. Identify stability in terms of number
of electrons in a shell.
6. Recognize periods and groups of the periodic table.
7. Identify the characteristics metals, nonmetals and metalloids. Identify where each is found
on the periodic table.
8. Identify the representative elements, transition elements, and the inner transition elements
on the periodic table.
9. Identify alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, halogens, noble gases, lanthanide and actinide
elements on the periodic table.
10. Identify valence electrons. Use the group number to determine the number of valence
electrons and predict the charge for the stable ion.
11. Describe and explain the trends in atomic size, ionization energy, electronegativity,
chemical and physical properties within a group and period.
12. Explain how the periodic law can be used to predict the physical and chemical properties
of elements.
Nov 18th & 19th 2013
Chemistry
Today’s Objectives: See objective list
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