2nd Semester C1A & C1B

Second semester for both C1A & C1B

To find out what we do in class, check out this page. It is especially useful to determine when points are earned that affect grades. The most recent week is posted on top.

Week 13, April 8 - 12, 2019

C1B Monday, Wed. Friday / C1A Tuesday & Thursday

Monday B Day (4/8)

See Friday A Day for Week 13...with a change. Because many students will be out Monday and Wednesday for state testing. C1B will take the quiz on Friday instead of today.

Tuesday A Day (4/9) / Wednesday B Day (4/10)

1. Group whiteboard guess...Rules for Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

2. NB121 Rules for Writing and Balancing Chemical Equation

3. "Magnesium Statue" reaction to go with the above entry.

4. (HW) NB 122 Practice Problems 1 - 4 (pp 324 & 327)

Thursday A Day (4/11) / Friday B Day (4/12)

1. Check & correct NB122 (B class takes Quiz Covalent Compounds instead... A Day took it already.)

2. NB 123 Practice Balancing Equations

3. Whiteboard: Meaning of Chemical Reaction Types

5. Analyze and clean up the previous lesson's reactions of magnesium + copper (II) chloride and zinc + copper (II) chloride.

6. (HW) Have a great vacation. Come back to school ready to work hard and learn, so you can tackle the remainder of the school year with academic style!!


Week 12, April 1 - 5, 2019

C1A Monday, Wed., Friday / C1B Tuesday & Thursday

Monday A Day (4/1) / Tuesday B Day (4/2)

1. NB113 State Testing Practice Problems Plus (via Mrs. Kelly's Slides)

#1 - 4

Also, Training Test Activity #1 (accessible via caaspp web site)

2. Quick Review ~ Google Slides

  • Identify if the bonds connecting atoms are ionic, covalent, or metallic. Give a reason

3. NB 114 Resonance Structures Activity

4. NB115 The Seven Diatomic Molecules

5. NB 116 Polar V NonPolar Molecules (Text pages 237 - 239)

6. (HW)NB 117 Naming Covalent Compounds

    • notes (provided via handout)
    • problems (provided via handout)

7. Quiz: Understanding and naming covalent compounds on Friday A Day / Monday B Day (Parts of chapter 8 & 9, NB 106 - 111, 114 - 116)

Wed. A Day (4/3) / Thursday B Day (4/4)

1. Correct HW NB117

2. Continue w NB113 State Testing Practice Problems, # 5 - 7

3. Upcoming Chapter 11 Chemical Reactions and Chapter 12 Stoichiometry

    • NB 119 Atoms in Chemical Reactions Activity

4. (HW) NB118 Review Questions

    • Page 247: Questions 41 - 46
    • Page 281: Questions 55, 57, 58
    • Review NB 106 -- 111 & 114 - 118

Study for Quiz on Covalent Compounds (Friday A Day / Monday B Day)

    • Covalent Compound topics:
        • recognizing covalent versus ionic, versus metallic bonds
        • write electron dot of covalent compounds
        • chemical, electron dot, and structural formulas of covalent compounds
        • difference between polar v non polar molecules
        • recognize resonance structures
        • know the seven diatomic molecules
    • NB 106 -- 111 & 114 - 118
    • Quick Review Google Slides topics below
    • Related parts of chapter 8 & 9

Friday A Day (4/5) / Monday B Day (4/8)

(B Day will be slightly different because many Juniors will be out for state testing.)

1. Check and correct HW

2. Quiz

3. Lab NB 119 The Burning of Sugar

Quick Review C versus I Bonding

Monday A Day (April 1) /

Tuesday B Day (April 2)

Week 11, March 25 - 29, 2019

C1b Monday, Wed., Friday / C1A Tuesday & Thursday

Monday B Day (3/25)

1. Check Homework: NB107 Your Six Figures for Paragraphs of Molecules & Molecular Compounds (Text pp. 213 - 214)

    • review the above and compare to what we learned about ionic substances (especially the least lesson with NB 105 & 106)

2. NB 108 Electron Dot & Covalent Bonds

      • notes & practice

3. Activity: NB 109 Make that Molecule!

4. Read & discuss text pages 215 - 220, Molecular Formulas, The Octet Rule in Covalent Bonding, Single Covalent bonds

5. (HW) Complete NB 110 Electron Dot Formula Worksheet

Due to a crazy week of activities and a Thursday minimum day, all work will be done in class. The only homework will be studying if you do not understand class concepts or you wish to review to keep ahead of the game. A & B days might vary slightly from each other, catching up to each other by the end of the week.

Tuesday A Day (3/26)

1. Check & correct NB 110 Electron Dot Formula Worksheet

2. NB111 Text 217 - 229 Key, Vocab, & Summary Two Figs, Table 8-1

3. Chat Groups for Review

4. Videos for review...see embedded below Friday

Wednesday B Day (3/27)

Every Fifteen Minutes

Thursday A Day (3/28) ...Minimum Day

NB112 Ingredients...What Are They?

Fri. B Day (3/29)

1. Go over NB111 content and strategies

2. NB112 Ingredients...What Are They?

3. A Quick Review...What Do You Remember?

Watched Tuesday, 3/26 for A day and Friday for B Day

A good video for review of covalent bond, with the addition of polar versus nonpolar covalent bonds!

Watched Tuesday, 3/26 for A day and Friday for B Day

This is a kind of slow video, but it is a great review for understanding concepts.

Week 10, March 18 - 22, 2019

C1A Monday, Wed., Friday / C1B Tuesday & Thursday

Monday A Day (This lesson will be Monday next week for 1B)

1. Check Homework: NB107 Your Six Figures for Paragraphs of Molecules & Molecular Compounds (Text pp. 213 - 214)

    • review the above and compare to what we learned about ionic substances (especially the least lesson with NB 105 & 106)

2. NB 108 Electron Dot & Covalent Bonds

      • notes & practice

3. Activity: NB 109 Make that Molecule!

4. Read & discuss text pages 215 - 220, Molecular Formulas, The Octet Rule in Covalent Bonding, Single Covalent bonds

4. (HW) Complete NB 110 Electron Dot Formula Worksheet

Tuesday B Day (same as Thursday last week for A Day)

1. Correct HW NB104 More Practice Determining Ionic Formulas

  • Have to correct in different color and show corrections for missed problems

2. Mini-lab NB105 Two Ionic Compound Reactions

3. NB106 Stealing Vs Sharing Using Electron Dot Structures

4. Homework: NB107 Your Six Figures for Paragraphs of Molecules & Molecular Compounds (Text pp. 213 - 214)

Wednesday & Friday (A Day)

Watch and discuss the based-on-a-true-story film Hidden Figures with Ms. Martin. For homework, review recent notebook entries and textbook pages 212 through 220

Thursday (B Day)

Finish the film Hidden Video (started on Friday). When done talk about the movie and watch the extra scenes. For homework, review recent notebook entries and textbook pages 212 through 220.

Week 9, March 11 - 15, 2019

C1A Tuesday & Thursday / C1B Monday, Wed., Friday

Monday (3/11) B Day

1. Quiz on ionic compounds (described above)

2. Check & share HW NB#99

3. Add ion charts to back of notebook as a reference

4. Finish NB100 Model of Dissolving Salt

      • NaCl crystalline solid structure
      • NaCl dissolved in water
      • Dissolving salt is an example of a dissociation reaction

4. Build the circuitry for NB101 Metallic Bonds and Electrical Circuits

        • Build a parallel circuit with four bulbs and two switches
            • One switch controls all bulbs
            • One switch controls one or two bulbs

6. (HW) Read textbook pages of chapter 7 that relate to metallic bonding (7.3)

Tuesday (3/12) A Day / Wednesday (3/13) B Day

1. Finish NB101 Metallic Bonds and Electrical Circuits

3. Review ways to study...as pertains to recent quiz

3. NB102 After Ionic Compounds Quiz...More Practice

4. NB103 Dissociation Equations of Three Salts

5. NB104 More Practice Determining Ionic Formulas

    • finish as homework!

Thursday (3/14) A Day (B Day will do this lesson Tuesday instead of Friday)

1. Correct HW

  • Have to correct in different color and show corrections for missed problems

2. Mini-lab NB105 Two Ionic Compound Reactions

3. NB106 Stealing Vs Sharing Using Electron Dot Structures

4. Homework: NB107 Your Six Figures for Paragraphs of Molecules & Molecular Compounds (Text pp. 213 - 214)

Friday (3/14) B Day (and Wednesday of next week for A Day)

Watch the first hour twenty minutes of the movie Hidden Figures, with the sub Ms. Martin!

Week 8, March 4 - 8, 2019

C1A Monday, Wednesday, & Friday / C1B Tuesday & Thursday

Monday (3/4) A Day / Tuesday (3/5) B Day

1. Check & correct NB96 Names & Formulas for Ionic Compounds

2. NB97 Rotation Activity: Formula for that Ionic Substance

3. NB98 Notes: Writing Formulas & Naming Ionic Compounds

4. Start in class & finish as (HW due by Friday/Monday)

NB99 Three (or Four) Vids on Ionic Compounds

  • Watch the first three videos embedded below
      • Write down five or more talking points covered in each video
      • and then a summary take home message
  • Watching and taking notes on the forth video is optional

Vid #1 Transition Metals in Ionic Formulas

Vid #2 Ionic Compounds and their Properties

Vid#3 Properties of Ionic Compounds

Optional Viewing & Notes: Vid#4 Naming Ionic Compounds

5. NOTE: In two lessons (Friday for A or Monday for B)....Quiz on Writing & Naming Ionic Compound Formulas & Properties of Ionic Compounds

Wednesday (3/6) A Day / Thursday (3/7) B Day

1. NB98 Notes: Naming & Writing Ionic Compounds

    • See the Google Slides presentation embedded below the four videos

2. NB100 Model & Half Equation of Dissolving Salt

3. HW: Finish the video watching assignment...

NB99 Three (or Four) Vids on Ionic Compounds

Be ready for the quiz to be given during the next lesson:

  • Topic: Ionic Compounds (NB 90 -99, Textbook Ch 7 section 1 & 2 & Ch 9 sections 1 & 2)
    • Properties
    • Naming
    • Determining formulas

Friday (3/8) A Day / Monday (3/11) B Day

1. Quiz on ionic compounds (described above)

2. Check & share HW NB#99

3. Add ion charts to back of notebook as a reference

4. Finish NB100 Model of Dissolving Salt

      • NaCl crystalline solid structure
      • NaCl dissolved in water
      • Dissolving salt is an example of a dissociation reaction

5. Build the circuitry for NB101 Metallic Bonds and Electrical Circuits

        • Build a parallel circuit with four bulbs and two switches
            • One switch controls all bulbs
            • One switch controls one or two bulbs

6. (HW) Read textbook pages of chapter 7 that relate to metallic bonding (7.3)

Video #1

Video #2

Video #3

Optional because slow, but good practice for naming, video #4

Name & Write Formulas For Ionic Compounds

The Google Slides presentation for Wed A 3/6 and Thur B 3/7

Week 7, February 25 - March 1, 2019

C1B Monday, Wednesday, & Friday / C1A Tuesday & Thursday

Monday (2/25) B Day

1. Review of where we were...starting ionic & metallic bonding (chapter

        • Activities and video clips

2. Review for homework (and make sure you completed NB92)

Tuesday (2/26) A Day / Wed. (2/27) B Day

  1. Correct NB 92 Questions P 193
  2. Build the Ion Activity
  3. Check crystals from before President's Week break
  4. Quick Lab: Solutions Containing Ions
  5. NB 93 Solutions Containing Ions
  6. NB 94 Build the Ion

Thursday (2/28) A Day / Friday (3/1) B Day

1. Correct NB93

2.Fly By Formation of Ionic Bonding page 194 &194 (Ch 7 Section 2) and pages 253 - 266 (Ch 9 Sections 1 & 2)

    • Discussion...notes next week

2. Goals Ionic Compounds

    • Properties of ionic compounds
    • Understanding how ionic formulas are determined
    • Being able to determine ionic formulas quickly

3. NB95 Page of Ions

4. NB96 Names & Formulas for Ionic Compounds

Week 6, February 11 - 15, 2019

C1A Monday, Wednesday, & Friday / C1B Tuesday & Thursday

Monday (2/11) A Day / Tuesday (2/12) B Day

Today we begin Chapter 7 Ionic & Metallic bonding and it is your job to teach yourself the content of 7.1 Ions, pages 186 - 193

  1. Skim the textbook section quietly
  2. NB#90 Ions
      • Write key notes, diagrams, and explanations for each of the subsections. Provide detail!! This will entry will require multiple notebook pages.
          • Valence Electrons
          • Octet Rule
          • Formation of Cations
          • Formation of Anions

3. With a partner or small group, explain each topic above. Notice how your explanations are similar and different.

4. If done early, you may play Yahtzee or cards.

Wednesday (2/13) A Day / Thursday (2/14) B

1. Review the past two lessons, with discussion and Quick Review

2. Inquiry Shapes of Crystalline Materials

3. NB 91 Formulas of Crystal Structures

4. (HW) NB 92 Questions P 193

  • Practice Probs 1 & 2
  • Section Assessment Questions 5 - 8 & 11

Week 5, February 4 - 8, 2019

C1B Monday, Wednesday, & Friday / C1A Tuesday & Thursday

Monday (2/4) B Day

1. Quiz families of the PT and their properties

2. Test the answer for question #20 on the quiz. NB87 Trends in Atomic Size

3. Finish the Atomic Size out of clay and add required notebook content.

4. Turn in notebook today or Tuesday.

Tuesday (2/5) A Day / Wednesday (2/6) B Day

1. About quizzes.

2. What trends of PT did we learn of size?

3. NB 88 Trends in IE & E

    • define ionization energy & electronegativity
    • predict trend with PT based on the definition and what you know about atomic size and the properties of protons and electrons
    • analysis of your prediction
    • Straw activity and ie and e
    • relate straw set-up to electronegativity & ionization energy

4. NB 89 Summary of PT Trends Rewrite

      • All in the direction of increase
      • Why? table

5. Turn in NB for grading...if not done with NB 89, it will become homework when you get your notebook back

Thursday (2/7) A Day / Friday (2/8) B Day

1. Notebooks back

2. Was going to do...Begin Chapter 7 Ionic and Metallic Bonding...but 1A is behind and Friday, a B day, has a sub, so Thursday 1A will catch up and on Friday 1B will watch a movie and let me know if it is worth watching. The topic relates to engineering our world. Participation points earned on whether you watch the movie or not.

NEXT WEEK:

  • NB90 Properties of Ionic Compounds
          • Pages 194 - 198
              • definitions and figures
          • The beauty of crystalline solids activity
  • Video about compounds...watch, preview of different types of bonds. Sit back, relax, watch, learn, but no notes. Movie embedded below.

Video for Thursday and Friday

Week 4, January 28 - February 1, 2019

C1A Monday, Wednesday, & Friday / C1B Tuesday & Thursday

Monday (1/28) A Day / Tuesday (1/29) B Day

1. Did you do homework...notebook will be collected in about a week

2. About the strong force & two vids

3. Finish the lab, NB82 Reactivity of Metals

4. Finish Fly By of the Periodic Table...

  • other metals, halogens, and noble gasses
  • NB 84 - 86
    • NB84 Notes Halogens
    • NB85 Notes Noble Gases

5. HOMEWORK: NB85 above

Wed. (1/30) A Day / Thursday (1/31) B Day Minimum Days!

1. NB 86 Quick Review

2. Lab today and Friday...stayed tuned.

3. Quiz on families of PT and their properties on Friday. (NB 75 - 86, Fly By of the Periodic Table Google Slides. and first two sections of chapter 6)

Friday (2/1) A Day / Monday (2/4) B Day

1. Quiz families of the PT and their properties

2. Test the answer for question #20 on the quiz. NB87 Trends in Atomic Size

3. Finish the Atomic Size out of clay and add required notebook content.

4. Turn in notebook today or Tuesday.

Week 3, January 22 -25, 2019 (21st a holiday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day)

C1A Tuesday & Thursday / C1B Wednesday & Friday

Tuesday (1/22) A Day / Wed. (1/23) B day

1. Check & discuss homework, NB 75 - 77

2. Intro to the Periodic Table Google Slides

    • watch to learn, but no notes (will be provided later)
    • slides 1 - 10

3. Alkaline metal calcium demo!

4. NB78 Calcium, an Alkaline Earth Metal

    • group white board questions
    • select some to answer; phone search
    • share/discuss
    • pick select to put into notebook

5. Skim Chapter 6, pages 154 - 179 (maybe next lesson)

6. HOMEWORK: NB79 Notes Properties of Periodic Table Group 1

    • Add a visual for each property described
    • learn all properties associated with the family

Thursday (1/24) A Day / Friday (1/25) B day

1. Talk about homework but don't check

2. Quick Check Group 1 & Group 2 (writing optional)

3. NB81 Notes Alkaline Earth Metals

    • check
    • word shape for notes

4. Continue with the Fly By of the Periodic Table...Google Slides #s 11 - 22 (watch, no notes)

      • transition metals
      • lab related to reactivity of metals
      • Begin NB82 Reactivity of Metals

5. (HW): NB83 Notes Transition Metals (Google Slides 11 - 16 plus 19...presentation embedded below)

Intro Periodic Table

Week 2, January 14 - 18, 2019

C1B Monday, 1/14...see Week 1

Tuesday (1/15) C1A / Wednesday (1/16) C1B

1. Pretty cool online class... Chris Hadfield Teaches Space Exploration Trailer.

2 .Check & discuss NB74

3. Quick Check Colored Flames

4. Group Models of Reason for Flame Test

  • first model
  • more info...make second model
  • compare and contrast models

5. Practice Electron Configuration just using the periodic table (and not a list of the aufbau order.

5. NB74 Chapter 5 Review

6. HW: Study for the chapter 5 quiz (notebook entries 70 - 74

Thursday (1/17) C1A / Friday (1/18) C1B

1. Quiz on Chapter 5 (notebook entries 70 - 74)

2. Begin Chapter 6...The Periodic Table

Color code:

    • NB75 Metals, NonMetals, Metalloids of the Periodic Table (from page 158 of your textbook)
    • NB76 Families of the Periodic Table (from pages 162/163)

Add trends (words and arrows)

    • NB77 Summary of Trends of the Periodic Table (from page 179)

3. (HW) Finish color coding your periodic tables

Week 1, January 7 - 14

Monday (1/7) C1A/Tuesday (1/8) C1B

1. Welcome back! Grades. Review of the Electron Cloud or Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom. (+2 activity)

    • Revisit Figure Out...Spinning Fan (absent students see below Friday)
    • Atomic orbitals (balloons we made and Figure 5.5 & 5.6 on pages 131/132
    • Together interpret Figure 5-7 and Table 5.3 on pages 134 & 136
    • Act out electrons for H, He, Li, Be, B, C, N, O, F, Ne etc.

2. Three Rules of Electron Configuration (text pages 133 - 135), Conceptual Problem 5.1 on page 135, & NB 71 Practice Problems Page 135 & Notes Three Rules Electron Configuration (+2 participation)

3. Homework: Finish NB#70 Color Coded PT by Electron Orbital Sublevel Filling

Wednesday (1/9) C1A/Thursday (1/10) C1B

1. Quick Check EC

2. Review Three Rules for Electron Configuration (from text pages 133 - 135)

    • Share Pare

3. Demo, Discussion, & Activity: Elements, Gas Tubes, Spectroscope & Atomic Spectra (+3 demo, 3 & 4 for today)

4. Flip through pages text 138 - 146. Quick White Board activity on one topic and share with the class.

5. HOMEWORK: NB72 Electron Configuration Practice from Text P 149

    • Questions 32 (a & b), 33, 34, & 35

Friday (1/11) C1A/Monday (1/14) C1B

1. Check & correct NB 72 ( +2 homework)

2. Discussion of spectroscopy (yesterday's new topic)

    • Quick Check: Spectroscope Absorption v Emission
    • Listen to New Horizon's mission spectroscope equipment

3. NB73 Flame Test (+2 data collection)

    • Do lab (and compare..orally.. our methods to that described in the book on page 142)
    • Read article http://www.webexhibits.org/causesofcolor/3BA.html

4. (Homework) NB74 Analyze and Conclude of FT (see page 142 of text, but change number 1 to identify the ion in each solution that was responsible for the color produced in the flame.)

Quiz on topics for this week will be on Thursday (1A) and Friday(1B) of next week.

Figure out..spin_fan