- New seating plan!
- Activity: classify the chemicals A-F and the common household products based on their similarities.
- I will be able to identify Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases.
- Read section 16.1-16.3 and use the questions to help focus your reading. Intro to Acids and Bases
- Go over section 8.3 Worksheet and Review Questions for chapter 8.
- Discuss with your science fair partner – what is your question? what materials do you need? what steps will you take for your procedure?
- Discuss with your science fair partner – what is the best method to communicate with each other? when will you next meet?
- Ch8 test next class.
- Focused practice – hydrates and acids. Do: WS
- Block 3 and 4 – Bingo!
- Review! Do: Questions from your WB (there are lots and lots of practice questions) and/or Worksheets.
- See copies here and note some typos: Writing and Naming Compounds Worksheets and Chemical Nomenclature Worksheet #4 with edits the answer keys here: Writing and Naming Compounds Worksheets Answer Key 2 and Chemical Nomenclature Worksheet #4 Answer Key full
3. Unit IV test will be on Wed. Dec. 5. There will be 10-15 questions where you write the name of the compound and 10-15 questions where you write the formula of the compound. You will be allowed to use the Data Booklet.
Some good review videos from Tyler DeWitt:
Today, students from block 7 (and some from block 8) enjoyed a presentation by UBC Chemistry professor Dr. Mark MacLachlan. Here is an interview he made with Global News about other research he is involved with:
For those of you who like to learn by osmosis, here is one of my favorite children’s books that deals with a similar topic:
And this is another good book he wrote–quite funny!
- Group share of Hoopster results.
- Do: Chapter 8 review questions on p.299 # 3, 4, 6 and p.310 # 11, 12
- Go over section 8.3 WS
- Next class you will be given time to work on your science fair project planning. Bring your science fair journals to record your ideas!
- Chapter 8 test on Tues. Dec. 4
- Fill in the Work Habits Self-Reflection and Goal Setting for Term 2.
- Go over the Keq test and do test corrections.
- Intro to ch16 . See ch16 Learning Log (ch16 Acid-Base Equilibria Learning Outcomes ) and as you are reading and taking notes, be able to answer these questions: Intro to Acids and Bases
Reminder: Wed. Nov 28 – we will be attending a presentation/workshop with Dr. Mark MacLachlan, UBC Chemistry during Block 7. Block 8 students who have returned their field trip forms should also attend.
As a bonus, this counts as one of the presentations you can attend for your CLC!! Pick up a form from me at the end of the presentation and fill out the reflection questions.
- Reminder: Flex Day tomorrow. Sign up if you want to come work on your science fair projects
- Finish building your models of the Hoopster and test them.
- Next class: we will go over the worksheet for section 8.3
- Heads up! Chapter 8 test next week!
- Hand in ch15 notes and review worksheet.
- Today, students wrote the Keq test.
This concludes the assessments for Term 1 for AP Chem12.
- Hand in the “Drops of Water on a Penny” activity and questions.
- Using Smarter Science – How to Design an Experiment. See handouts here: Smarter Science
- Build your model hoopsters. We will be testing them next class.
- In the meantime, finish section 8.3 WS
- Do: start writing out what materials you need and what procedure you will follow for your science fair project.
- Sign up with me if you want to come on Flex Day to work on your science fair projects.
- Fizz Quiz – 2008 AP Chem exam Form B Question #1. (Q2 is good practice if you are doing the retest for ch14 tomorrow)
- Finish ch15 Notes and WS. Mark the WS (answer key is posted on last day’s blog) and do your corrections. Hand in both next class.
- Keq Test on Wednesday – about 6 Questions, all calculations. Show your work!
- Goal Day tomorrow – deadline for assessments for Term 1.