- Students sorted through the lab stations.
- Students looked over their final exams and were given their Term 3/Final progress reports.
- If you still have an “I” standing, you need to clear it up by Tuesday! See me after school today, tomorrow and if needed, Wednesday.
- Today, students wrote the multiple choice portion of the Final Exam.
- Next class: you will get your term/final progress report, along with results from your final exam. We will also clean out the lab stations, organize and replace equipment. If time, we may also go outside and have some bubble fun.
- Today, students wrote the free response section of the Final Exam, focusing on mole calculations.
- Next class, students will answer 50 multiple choice questions focusing on Units 2-9 of their Hebden workbooks.
- If you borrowed a Hebden workbook from the school, I will collect it from you next class.
- Review for Final exam – highly recommended that you go through the 2 review packages!
- Tuesday June 13 – written section of the final exam will focus on Moles and Mole calculations
- Thursday June 15 – mc section of the final exam will cover all topics
- If you borrowed a workbook from the school, you will need to return it on Thurs. June 15. If you wrote in it, you will need to bring $25 to pay for it.
- The free response practice questions and answer key can be found here: http://www.sardissecondary.ca/sites/default/files/Chemistry%2011%20-%20Unit%206-2%20-%20Final1_0.pdf
- The multiple choice practice questions and answer key can be found here: Final Exam Practice Test Answer Key
- Warm Up!
- I will be able to identify (and maybe write and name) organic compounds that have functional groups attached. See block 5 notes here: Functional Groups block 5 notes
- Read section 6 and do #37
- Organic review: #38-44
- Optional quiz Wed on organic chem nomenclature of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and cyclic compounds
- Final exam test outline: Final Exam Outline
- Warm Up!
- I will be able to name and draw alkenes, alkynes, and cyclic compounds. See block 5 notes here: Alkenes, Alkynes, Cyclic, Benzene Block 5 notes
- Read section X.4 and X.5 and do #22-28, 30-31
- Reminder: Final exam on June 13 (written section) and June 15 (mc section)
- I will be able to name alkanes. See block 5 study guide notes here: Intro to Organic Chemistry block 5 notes
3. Read sections X.1-X.2 and do #3, 6, 8, 9, 15
If you have an “I” standing, please write your retests asap! Your final opportunity to pass the course will be the final exam, written the week of June 12.
- Do and discuss Unit 9 Pretest. See copy here: Unit 9 Pretest Solution Chemistry and some answers here: Unit 9 Pretest Answers
- Test outline: (test is on Friday, May 26)
- Major topics: solution chemistry vocabulary, conductivity of solutions, polarity and intermolecular forces (also see section 8.3!), “like dissolves like”, calculate the concentration of ions in solution.
- Format: about 25 multiple choice question; written section will have a question similar to the 8.3 Quest (like a retest of 8.3). You will need to identify the type of intermolecular force. There will be a question to calculate the concentration of ions in solution. There may be a question relating to intermolecular forces (or it will be included in the mc quetion section)