Updated through 3/6/15

Report
Chemistry 2014-2015
st
1 Semester
Ben Mangrum
Periods 0-1
Room 406
8/27/14
1. Science News article--Atlantic ocean
methane vents: read, answer
questions, discussion
2. Syllabus
8/28/14
*Afternoon Assembly Schedule
(50 min classes)
1. Collect signed forms
2. Finish Syllabus talk
3. Lab Safety—map of classroom in
back of notebook
4. Draw, Identify names of chemistry
lab items, review names
8/29/14
1. Collect Signed Forms
2. Lab Safety DVD
3. Draw, Identify names of chemistry
lab items, review names
9/2/14
1. Finish reviewing names of lab items
2. Hand out books, bathroom passes
3. Lab Safety Quiz: Part I (multiple
choice), Part II (labeling lab items
from pictures), correct in class
9/3/14
1. Make up Lab Safety Test
2. Chemistry Pre-test
3. Begin Chemical Observation Activity
 Read handout
 Discuss Pre-lab questions, copy
Data Tables
9/4/14
1. Make up Chemistry Pre-test?
2. Chemical Observation Activity
 Discuss procedures for lab
 Steps 1-8, design and conduct 4
new experiment
9/5/14
1. Finish Chemical Observation
Activity: Discuss results, analysis
questions
2. Begin Atomic Structure Notes
9/8/14
1. Review, Finish Atomic Structure
Notes
2. Practice determining # of neutrons,
protons, electrons
3. Atomic Structure WS #1
9/9/14
1. Correct Atomic Structure WS
2. Practice Average Atomic Mass
Calculations
3. Practice calculation of weighted
average using grade categories
(margin of TE p. 121)
4. Model Isotope miniLab (p. 120)
9/10/14
1. Review, Collect Model Isotope
miniLab
2. Outline p. 114 and section 4.3 in
book
3. Review Outlines: write headings in
margin, cover and recall
4. Atomic Structure WS #2
9/11/14
1. Collect Outlines, Correct Atomic
Structure WS #2
2. Atomic Structure Review (White
boards)
*Quiz on Atomic Structure tomorrow
(properties of subatomic particles, location in atom,
number of each in various atoms, ave atomic mass)
9/12/14
*End-of-school Assembly Schedule
1. Quiz on Atomic Structure
(properties of subatomic particles,
location in atom, number of each in
various atoms)
2. Outline 2.1-2.3 in book
3. Olive Oil Demo
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measure diameter of 0.500uL drop of olive oil
calculate height of cylinder, using volume (0.00050 cm3) and radius
divide by 19 for height of one carbon atom
calculate % error using accepted value of 2.2 x 10-8 cm diameter
9/15/14
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Collect Outlines
3. Review Olive Oil Demo
4. Discuss, practice Density Calculation
p. 38
5. Introduce Zinc Coating Lab: read
handout, create data tables in
notebook
9/16/14
1. Zinc Coating Lab:
• Discuss data tables
• Discuss procedures for Part 1
• Conduct procedures for Part 1
• Discuss procedures for Part 2, safety
concerns
9/17/14
*Early Dismissal Schedule (35 min)
1. Review Procedures for Part 2
2. Conduct procedures for Part 2
3. Copy Data table onto separate
paper
4. Continue explanation of calculations,
show example
9/18/14
1. Make up lab?
2. Finish example calculations
3. Begin analysis questions,
conclusion, sources of error on same
paper as data table
9/19/14
1. Mass Spectrometry explanation
(read p. 125)
2. Introduce other Ave Atomic Mass
calculations (Mass Spec data,
unknown %), practice
3. Complete Zinc Coating Lab Report,
turn in when done
9/22/14
1. Collect rest of Lab reports
2. Av. Atomic Mass Practice Quiz WS
9/23/14
1. Hand back Zinc Coating Lab
Reports, discuss
2. Correct Av. Atomic Mass Practice
Quiz WS
3. Atomic Mass Calculation Practice WS
9/24/14
1. Correct Atomic Mass Calculation
Practice WS
2. Practice another mass spectrograph
calculation, write atomic symbols
3. p. 62 #66, 67, 68, 105; p. 128 #39,
42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 58, 59, 60, 61,
62, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72, 73,
76, 77, 78
*Average Atomic Mass, Mass
Spectrometer Quiz tomorrow
9/25/14
1. Average Atomic Mass, Mass
Spectrometer Quiz
2. Finish p. 62 #66, 67, 68, 105; p.
128 #39, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 58,
59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69,
70, 72, 73, 76, 77, 78
9/26/14
1. Make up quiz?
2. Correct p. 62 #66, 67, 68, 105; p.
128 #39, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 58,
59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69,
70, 72, 73, 76, 77, 78
3. Hand back quizzes, discuss
9/29/14
1. Practice calculation from zinc lab
2. Practice chart of # of Protons,
Neutrons, Electrons, Charge, etc
*Unit 1 Test tomorrow!
9/30/14
1. Atomic Structure Test
10/1/14
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Hand back tests, discuss
2. Begin Nuclear Stability Notes
10/2/14
1. Finish Nuclear Stability Notes
2. Practice predicting stability of
nuclei: calculate N/P ratio
10/3/14
*Substitute
1. Nuclear Chemistry WS
10/6/14
1. Make up Atomic Structure Test?
(Anna K)
2. Correct Nuclear Chemistry WS
3. Practice calculating binding energy
from E=mc2, predict stabilty of
atoms (use back side of Nuclear
Stability Practice WS for examples)
10/7/14
1. “Beyond Question” in-class review
of Nuclear Stability with white
boards
2. Mass Defect, Binding energy WS
10/8/14
1. Correct Mass Defect, Binding energy
WS
2. Begin Nuclear Radiation Notes (up
through graph of radiation
predictions with N/P ratio)
10/9/14
1. Review, Continue Nuclear Radiation
Notes (through nuclear equations),
practice writing nuclear equations
on p. 869
2. Practice predicting stability of nuclei
from Nuclear Chemistry WS: predict
type of radiation emitted, write
equations of reactions
3. Balancing Equations, Radioactive
Particle WS
10/10/14
1. Correct Balancing Equations,
Radioactive Particle WS
2. Spontaneous Fission Equations WS
10/13/14
1. Correct Spontaneous Fission
Equations WS
2. Begin in-class review of Nuclear
Stability, Radiation
*Quiz Thursday on Nuclear
Stability/Forces, Radiation, Nuclear
Equations
10/14/14
1. Finish in-class review of Nuclear
Stability, Radiation
2. Introduce Decay Series Example,
Half-Life
3. Outline 4.4, 24.1, 24.2, 24.3
*Quiz Thursday on Nuclear
Stability/Forces, Radiation, Nuclear
Equations
10/16/14
1. Collect outlines
2. Quiz on Nuclear Stability/Forces,
Radiation, Nuclear Equations
3. Continue Nuclear Radiation Notes
10/17/14
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Finish Nuclear Radiation Notes
3. Practice example of Half-Life
calculations (solve for amount
remaining, number of half-lives,
amount of time elapsed)
4. Half Life WS
10/20/14
1. Correct Half Life WS
2. Conduct Penny Half-Life Demo (p.
873)—record averages after each
half-life, plot on graph
3. Balancing Nuclear Equations WS
10/21/14
1. Correct Balancing Nuclear Equations
WS
2. Begin Beyond Question Review of
Half-Life, Natural and Artificial
Fission/Fusion
10/22/14
1. Finish Beyond Question Review of
Half-Life, Natural and Artificial
Fission/Fusion
2. Practice Binding Energy Calculation
(Lead-206 with a nuclear mass of
205.974465 amu)
3. Radium Girls WS
*Quiz on Half-Life, Binding Energy,
Natural and Artificial Fission/Fusion
tomorrow!
10/23/14
1. Quiz on Half-Life, Binding Energy,
Natural and Artificial Fission/Fusion
2. Correct Radium Girls WS
3. Short Read—Large Hadron Collider
10/24/14
1. Hand back quiz, discuss?
2. Start Nuclear Practice Test
*Nuclear Test on Tuesday!
10/27/14
1. Correct Nuclear Practice Test
2. Begin Electron Energy Level Notes
*Nuclear Test tomorrow!
10/28/14
1. Nuclear Test
10/29/14
1. Make up test?
2. Begin/Continue Electron Energy
Level Notes
10/30/14
1. Hand back, discuss test
2. Review Electron Energy Level Notes,
orbital filling order from periodic
table
3. Practice writing electron
configurations
10/31/14
1. Practice writing electron
configurations
2. Finish Electron Energy Level Notes,
practice orbital diagrams, noble gas
configurations, valence electrons
3. Orbital WS #16, 17
11/3/14
1. Correct Orbital WS #16, 17
2. Electron Configuration Practice WS
11/4/14
1. Correct Electron Configuration
Practice WS
2. Orbital Diagrams WS, Writing
Electron Configuration WS
*Electron Configurations/Orbital
Diagrams Quiz on Thursday!
11/5/14
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Correct Orbital Diagrams WS,
Writing Electron Configuration WS
2. Hand out practice quiz with
solutions
*Electron Configurations/Orbital
Diagrams Quiz tomorrow!
11/6/14
1. Electron Configurations/Orbital
Diagrams Quiz
2. Read and outline the following
sections from the book: pg . 136139, pg. 144-152. Pay special
attention to Figures 5.3, 5.5, 5.8,
5.10, 5.11, and 5.12
3. Explain pre-lab for Flame Test Lab
Atomic Emission/Flame Test Lab
1. Title: Atomic Emission/Flame Test Lab
2. Purpose: Copy purpose from the handout
3. Protocol:
Materials (list all materials from procedures)
Safety concerns (list all chemicals used and
summarize any chemical hazards found in Flinn
catalog. Also list any physical hazards
associated with any procedures)
Flow chart (draw a picture diagram of each
step from procedures)
4. Pre-lab Analysis:
Answer all questions
from handout in complete sentences IQIA.
5. Data Table:
Create a table with the columns
“Chemical Name” and “Observations”
11/7/14
*Substitute
1. Make up quiz?
2. Work on pre-lab for Flame Test Lab
(due on Monday at end of period):
1. Title, 2. Purpose, 3. Protocol
(Materials, Safety, Procedure Flow
Chart), 4. Pre-Lab Questions, 5.
Data Charts
11/10/14
*Assembly Schedule
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Collect outlines
3. Work on pre-lab for Flame Test Lab
(due at end of period): 1. Title, 2.
Purpose, 3. Protocol (Materials,
Safety, Procedure Flow Chart), 4.
Pre-Lab Questions, 5. Data Charts
11/12/14
1. Hand back pre-labs, review
procedures for Lab (on overhead)
2. Conduct Flame Test Lab
3. Start working on post-lab analysis
#1-5
11/13/14
1. Make up, finish lab, start working on
post-lab analysis #1-5
2. Discuss Electron Excitement Notes
3. Discuss Pre-labs, Post-Lab Analysis
Questions for Flame Test Lab
11/14/14
1. Make up Flame Test Lab?
2. Practice identifying quantum leap
arrows on overhead
3. Video Clip about Emission Spectrum
4. Measure unknown #3 with
spectrometer, compare to poster
5. Finish Post-Lab Analysis questions,
Conclusion, Sources of Error
Paragraphs (due Monday)
11/17/14
1. Explain how to determine the
components of an unknown mixture
using the emission spectrum
2. Complete Post-Lab, turn in
3. Electromagnetic Spectrum WS
4. Quantum Mechanics WS, Analysis of
Spectral Lines WS
5. Correct Electromagnetic Spectrum
WS
11/18/14
1. Hand back corrected labs, discuss
2. Correct Quantum Mechanics WS,
Analysis of Spectral Lines WS
3. Begin Electron Unit Review with
whiteboards
*Electron Emission Spectrum Quiz
tomorrow!
11/19/14
1. Electron Emission Spectrum Quiz
2. Continue Electron Unit Review with
whiteboards
11/20/14
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Finish Electron Unit Review with
whiteboards
3. Electron Practice Test
*Electron Test tomorrow!
11/21/14
1. Electron Test
11/24/14
1. Make up test?
2. Begin Significant Figures Notes
3. Sig Fig Practice (on overhead)
4. Significant Figures WS
11/25/14
1. Hand back tests
2. Review Sig Fig Notes, Rules for 0’s,
calculations
3. Correct Significant Figures WS
4. Begin Avogadro’s Number Notes
11/26/14
*Half-Day Schedule
1. Avogadro’s Number Notes
2. Practice Converting Particles
Moles, MolesParticles p. 323, 324
3. Practice MolesGrams, Grams
Moles p. 328, 329
4. Mass, Mole, Particle Conversion
Table WS
12/1/14
1. Correct Mass, Mole, Particle
Conversion Table WS
2. Continue Avogadro’s Number Notes
3. Molar Mass for Molecules p. 335
4. GramsMoles, MolesGrams for
molecules p. 336, 337
5. Practice Mass-Mole Conversions for
compounds (on overhead)
6. p.981-982 #1,4,5,8,10,13,18,19,21
12/2/14
1. Correct p.981-982 #1,4,5,8,10,13,
18,19,21
2. Continue Avogadro’s Number Notes
3. % composition p. 343, 344
4. Empirical formula p. 345, 346
*Quiz Tomorrow on Molar Mass,
Conversions
12/3/14
1. Molar Mass, Conversions Quiz
2. P. 344 #55, 56; p. 346 #60, 61
12/4/14
1. Make up quiz?
2. Correct P. 344 #55, 56; p. 346
#60, 61
3. Introduce Molecular Formula p.
348, practice p. 350 #62, 65
4. p. 982 #25-30
12/5/14
*Assembly Schedule (50 min classes)
1. Hand back quiz, discuss?
2. Correct p. 982 #25-30
3. Begin Empirical Formula Pre-Lab:
 Title
 Purpose
 Protocol (Materials, Safety, Flow
Chart)
 Data Table
12/8/14
1. Finish Empirical Formula Pre-Lab:




Title
Purpose
Protocol (Materials, Safety, Flow Chart)
Data Table
*Turn in when done, at latest the end
of the period
2. Follow-up practice with determining
the empirical formula of an ionic
compound WS
3. Hand back pre-labs, discuss
procedures
12/9/14
1. Review procedures, conduct lab
12/10/14
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Make up lab procedures?
2. Correct Follow-up practice with
determining the empirical formula
of an ionic compound WS
3. Work on Analysis Questions,
Conclusion
12/11/14
1. Finish Post-Lab Report, turn in when
done (by end of period)
2. Empirical, Molecular Formula
Practice WS
12/12/14
1. Correct Empirical, Molecular
Formula Practice WS
2. Hand back lab reports, discuss
3. Introduce Hydrates, p. 351
4. Practice % Composition, Empirical
Formula of Hydrates p. 353 #74
5. Hydrate Empirical Formula Practice
WS
*Quiz Tuesday on % Composition,
Empirical, Molecular Formula, Hydrates
12/15/14
1. Correct Hydrate Empirical Formula
Practice WS
2. Begin Hydrate Lab prelab: Title,
Purpose, Protocol (Materials,
Safety, Flow Chart), Data Table
*Quiz tomorrow on % Composition,
Empirical, Molecular Formula, Hydrates
12/16/14
1. % Composition, Empirical, Molecular
Formula, Hydrate Quiz
2. Finish Hydrate Lab prelab: Title,
Purpose, Protocol (Materials, Safety,
Flow Chart), Data Table
12/17/14
1. Make up quiz?
2. Turn in Hydrate Lab prelab
3. Practice Hydrate Lab Calculation WS
4. Hand back Hydrate Lab prelabs
5. Review Lab procedures, hints,
discuss pre-Lab questions
6. Correct Hydrate Lab Calculation WS
12/18/14
1. Review procedures, measurements
taken during lab
2. Conduct lab
3. Discuss Post-Lab questions
4. Start Post-Lab analysis, conclusion
paragraph
5. Hand back quizzes
12/19/14
*Early Dismissal/Assembly Schedule
(10 minute classes)
1. Discuss quiz
2. Discuss, work on Hydrate Post-Lab
(due on Monday, 1/5)
3. Make up lab (after 6th period)
1/5/15
1. Collect Hydrate Post-Labs (Post-Lab
analysis, conclusion paragraph)
2. Review for Chapter 10 Test on
separate paper (p. 358 #84, 91, 93,
102, 103, 104, 109, 112, 113, 123,
125, 131, 133, 134, 150, 155, 156,
161, 163, 164, 165, 167, 176, 179,
181, 182)
1/6/15
1. Hand back, discuss Hydrate PostLabs
2. Discuss quiz? (1st period)
3. Correct p. 358 #84, 91, 93, 102,
103, 104, 109, 112, 113, 123, 125,
131, 133, 134, 150
4. Finish #155, 156, 161, 163, 164,
165, 167, 176, 179, 181, 182
*Chapter 10 Test Friday!
1/7/15
1. Correct p. 359 #155, 156, 161,
163, 164, 165, 167, 176, 179, 181,
182
2. Begin In-class practice calculations
with whiteboards (Chem Handbook
Review --Conversions, Molar Mass)
*Chapter 10 Test Friday!
1/8/15
1. Finish in-class practice calculations
with whiteboards (Chem Handbook
Review--Conversions, Molar Mass,
% Composition, Empirical Formula,
Molecular Formula, Hydrate Formula
and % Composition)
2. Hand out Ch 10 practice test with
answer key
*Chapter 10 Test tomorrow!
1/9/15
1. Chapter 10 Test
2. Hand out First Semester Review
Sheet
1/12/15
1. Make up test?
2. First Semester Topic Review
Practice
3. Begin Practice Final Exam
1/13/15
1. Hand back tests, discuss
2. Hand out solutions to Practice Final
Exam, discuss
1/14/15, 1/15/15
Final Exam Schedule:
Zero Hour: Wednesday 1/14 and
Thursday 1/15, 6:30-7:25
First Period: Thursday, 1/15, 7:409:20
Chemistry 2014-2015
nd
2 Semester
Ben Mangrum
Periods 0-1
Room 406
1/20/15
1. Goal Setting Activity
2. Periodic Trends Notes (for
background)
3. Hand out list of required symbols of
elements to memorize
4. Begin Ionic Compounds Notes
5. Hand out syllabi to new students
1/21/15
1. Hand out bathroom passes
2. Review, finish Ionic Compounds
Notes
3. Predict Ratios of Compounds,
Practice writing Formulas of Ionic
Compounds: Simple Binary
compounds, compounds with
Polyatomic Ions (see p. 221-223)
4. Formation of Ions/Ionic Bonds WS
(#22, 23)
1/22/15
1. Correct Formation of Ions/Ionic
Bonds WS (#22, 23)
2. More examples of Ionic Compound
Names, Formulas (on overhead)
3. Outline 7.1-7.3
1/23/15
1. Collect Outlines 7.1-7.3
2. Formulas for Ionic
Compounds/Calculating Numbers of
Electrons WS (#24, 7), correct
3. Determining Numbers of Ions WS
(#8)/Naming Ionic Compounds WS
1/26/15
1. Correct Determining Numbers of
Ions WS (#8)/Naming Ionic
Compounds WS
2. Review Physical Properties of Ionic
Compounds (answer, discuss #1216 on p. 217)
3. Practice writing names, formulas of
ionic compounds on whiteboards
*Ionic Compound Quiz tomorrow
1/27/15
1. Ionic Compound Quiz
2. Outline 8.1, 8.2
3. Begin Covalent Compounds Notes
1/28/15
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Make up quiz?
2. Collect Outlines
3. Review Covalent Compound Notes,
Practice Determination of Bond Type
using Electronegativity (p. 265-266)
4. Introduce, Practice Naming Covalent
Compounds (slideshow, p. 248-252)
1/29/15
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Review Determination of Bond Type
using Electronegativity, whiteboard
practice (bottom margin of p. 267)
3. Whiteboard Practice Naming
Covalent Compounds (slideshow, p.
248-252)
4. Determining Names (#9),
Determining Electronegativity (#10)
WS, Covalent Bonding WS (8.1, 8.2)
1/30/15
1. Correct Determining Names (#9),
Determining Electronegativity (#10)
WS, Covalent Bonding WS (8.1, 8.2)
2. Continue Covalent Compound
Notes, practice drawing Lewis
Structures
2/2/15
1. Correct back page of Covalent
Bonding WS (8.1, 8.2)
2. Review Covalent Compounds Notes
3. Practice drawing Lewis structures:
p. 244 (#1-5), p. 255-256 (#3840), p. 257 (#42)
4. Lewis Structure, Naming
Compounds WS
2/3/15
1. Correct Lewis Structure, Naming
Compounds WS
2. Introduce resonance, exceptions to
octet rule, practice drawing Lewis
structures: p. 258 (#45), p. 260
(#47, 48)
3. Lewis Structure Practice WS #1
2/4/15
*Early Dismissal/Assembly Schedule
1. Correct Lewis Structure Practice WS
#1
2. Covalent Description WS (first three
columns)
*Lewis Structure Quiz Friday, 2/6
2/5/15
1. Correct Covalent Description WS
2. Review Bond Type Determination,
Naming
3. Continue Covalent Compound Notes
(VSEPR)
4. Practice drawing Lewis structures
(p. 264 #56), assigning geometry,
bond angles
*Lewis Structure, Naming, Bond Type
Determination Quiz tomorrow (not
VSEPR, etc)
2/6/15
1. Lewis Structure, Naming, Bond Type
Determination Quiz
2. Review Notes, introduce
hybridization
3. Begin Molecular Modeling Activity
(handout)
2/9/15
1. Make up quiz?
2. Review Hybridization from notes
3. More Practice drawing Lewis
structures (p. 264 #67), assigning
geometry, bond angles, hybrid
orbital types
4. Continue Molecular Modeling Activity
(through #12)
2/10/15
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Continue Covalent Compound Notes
(Polarity, Intermolecular forces,
Properties of Covalent Compounds)
3. Finish Molecular Modeling Activity
(show models of molecules,
complete #13-15)
2/11/15
1. Review Covalent Compound Notes
(Polarity, Intermolecular forces,
Properties of Covalent Compounds)
2. Correct Molecular Modeling Activity
3. Finish last two columns of Covalent
Description WS
4. Molecular Shape (8.4, 8.5) WS
2/12/15
1. Correct Molecular Shape WS
2. Correct last two columns of
Covalent Description WS
3. In-class practice with whiteboards
determining geometry, hybrid
orbitals, bond angle, polarity,
intermolecular forces for molecules,
solubility
*Quiz tomorrow on everything listed
above
2/13/15
1. Molecular Shape, Properties Quiz
(geometry, bond angle, hybrid
orbitals, polarity, intermolecular
forces, solubility, physical properties
of covalent compounds)
2/23/15
1. Make up quiz?
2. Begin Beyond Question Review of
Chapter 7, 8
*Chapter 7, 8 Test (Ionic and Covalent
Molecules) on Thursday
2/24/15
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Continue Beyond Question Review
of Chapter 7, 8
*Chapter 7, 8 Test (Ionic and Covalent
Molecules) Thursday
2/25/15
1. Finish Beyond Question Review of
Chapter 8
2. Practice Test, hand out solutions
near end of period
*Chapter 7, 8 Test (Ionic and Covalent
Molecules) tomorrow
2/26/15
1. Chapter 7, 8 Test (Ionic and
Covalent Molecules)
2/27/15
1. Make up test?
2. Begin Chemical Reaction Notes
3. Practice p. 287 (right margin
examples)
4. Teaching Transparency WS #29, 30
3/2/15
1. Hand back test, discuss
2. Review Chemical Reaction Notes
3. Correct Teaching Transparency WS
#29, 30
4. More practice (p. 287 right margin
example)
5. Chemical Reactions WS
3/3/15
1. Correct Chemical Reactions WS
2. More practice writing and balancing
equations (p. 287 right margin
examples)
3. Balancing Equations WS
3/4/15
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Correct Balancing Equations WS
2. Writing Chemical Equations WS
*Quiz on Writing and Balancing
Equations on Friday, 3/6
3/5/15
1. Correct Writing Chemical Equations
WS
2. More practice writing and balancing
equations (on overhead)
*Quiz on Writing and Balancing
Equations tomorrow!
3/6/15
1. Writing and Balancing Equations
Quiz
2. Outline 9.2 from book
3. Begin Types of Reactions Notes
3/9/15
1. Make up quiz?
2. Collect outlines
3. Continue Types of Reactions Notes
4. Hand out decomposition sheets
3/10/15
1. Hand back quiz, discuss
2. Finish Types of Reactions Notes
3. Practice examples—predicting
products
3/11/15
1. More Practice examples—predicting
products and balancing equations (on
overhead, using whiteboards)
2. Activity Series/Summary of Reaction
Types WS
3/12/15
1. Types of Reactions demonstrations
(synthesis, combustion, decomposition
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTEX38bQ-2w&feature=related , single
replacement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODf_sPexS2Q ,
, double
replacement)
2. Correct Activity Series/Summary of
Reaction Types WS
3. Chapter 9 Study Guide WS (back side of
WS)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmcfsEEogxs
3/13/15
1. Correct Chapter 9 Study Guide WS
2. Begin Pre-lab: see following slide
1. Title: Use “Reaction Types Lab”
2. Purpose: In one or two complete sentences,
explain the purpose of the lab
3. Protocol:
• Materials—read the procedures and write a list of
the physical tools used in the lab (11 materials)
• Safety/Flow Chart—draw a picture flow chart of
each reaction. Underneath each flow chart, list of
all the compounds/elements used, look up safety
concerns in Flinn Catalog, and summarize for
each (if no concern listed, state “no safety
hazard”) (21 different substances—if a substance
is used more than once, don’t re-write the safety
concerns); in addition, list any other physical
safety hazards that will be present during that
step
4. Data/Pre-Lab Analysis: On the attached data
sheet, complete all columns except for
“observations”.
3/16/15
1. Continue Pre-lab
3/17/15
1.Finish Reaction Type Pre-Lab, turn in
if done (due tomorrow if not turned
in today)
2.Reaction Type Prediction WS #1?
3/18/15
*Early Dismissal Schedule
1. Collect rest of pre-labs
2. Reaction Type Prediction WS #1
3/19/15
1. Explain stations, conduct Reaction
Type Lab
*Write down detailed observations
(colors, temperature change,
phase change, etc) for each
reaction step before and after the
reaction
3/20/15
1. Finish Reaction Type Lab Procedures
2. Begin Post-Lab Analysis if done with
all reactions
3. Correct Reaction Type Prediction WS
#1
5. Post-Lab Analysis:
In your notebook, write 1-2 sentences for
each reaction (#1-15) explaining how the
observations support or reject the
predictions made before the lab. Be sure to
identify evidence (colors, phase changes,
etc) to support your claim.
3/23/15
1. Work on Post-Lab Analysis, turn in
today if done (Post-Lab Report due
tomorrow)
3/24/15
1. Collect rest of Reaction Type PostLab Reports
2. Reaction Type Prediction WS #2
*Reaction Type Quiz Thursday, 3/26
3/25/15
1. Correct Reaction Type Prediction WS
#2
2. Hand back, discuss Reaction Type
Post-Lab Reports
3. Beyond Question Review
*Reaction Type Quiz tomorrow!
3/26/15
1. Reaction Types Quiz
2. Begin Reactions in Aqueous
Solutions Notes

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