Welcome to Chemistry with Mrs. Estlinbaum!


A little about the teacher:

My name is Mrs. Estlinbaum.  This is my tenth year teaching Chemistry but my first year here at Liverpool High School. I taught at Jordan-Elbridge High School for the past nine years.  I received my Masters degree from SUNY Cortland and my undergraduate degree from the Colorado College.  Before pursuing a career in teaching I worked for a nonprofit organization on water quality and environmental issues in Massachusetts.

Course Objective:

General chemistry is a one year non-lab science course that will introduce you to the basics of chemistry.  Students will gain a better understanding of our physical setting and environment.  This course will focus on understanding the concepts, relationships, processes, mechanisms, and applications of modern chemistry.  Students will be assessed by their ability to explain, analyze, and interpret chemical processes and phenomena, use models and apply the scientific method.  Chemistry is the study of Matter and Matter is anything that has mass and occupies space.  So basically, we will be studying everything around you.  My goal for this course is to explore the topics that interest you most as well as focus on the process of science.

Assignments
  • Assignments will be posted in Google classroom For an updated list of assignments and announcements log onto Google Classroom.To sign into Google Classroom visit classroom.google.comBookmark this site (you will use it all the ...
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Homework
NameDue DateDescription
Analysis of White Powders Lab October 9, 2015 10/13 for B/D days 
Mystery Powder/Crystal Lab October 1, 2015 Due Friday 10/2 for B/D days 
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Materials
  • Analysis_of_White_Powders.pdf   0k - Oct 7, 2015, 4:13 AM by Maggie Estlinbaum (v1)
  • Mystery_Powders_Lab.pdf   218k - Sep 29, 2015, 5:30 PM by Maggie Estlinbaum (v1)
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