PLEASE READ THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT!
It outlines all remaining assignments, regents review classes and expectations as well as provides links to on-line Chemistry Regents Review sources.


Mon. 6/6/11
?'s 19-33 p 200, and notes p 201-204 ?'s 34-48
Period 7 students: lunch tutoring assignment started (notes p 194-197 ?'s 1-18)

WORK IS LOVE CHEMISTRY IS LIFE
SATURDAY 9am-3pm MANDATORY CHEMISTRY REVIEW CLASS
see me for make-up work if you cannot attend

Thurs. 6/2/11
1002: FIND AND BRING ALL LABS!!!!!!!!
1001: QUEST ON SOLUTIONS (complete all even numbered questions, grade work and explain the correct answer for questions you did not complete correctly - ask for help during lunch if you cannot explain the answer!)
FIND AND BRING ALL LABS!!!!!!!

Wed. 6/1/11
1002: read p 155-159 of review book and answer questions 1-18 topic 11(orgo)
1001: odd questions 1-39 Topic 7 (review for test tomorrow)

Tues. 5/31/11
1002: take detailed notes on p 804-815 of text (your notes should be sufficient to answer both sets of section review questions)
1001: 1) questions 38-50 p 129-131 on colligative properties and vapor pressure 2) write paragraph explaining ice cream lab

PARENTS PLEASE NOTE: STUDENTS SHOULD ATTEND OUR REGENTS REVIEWS ON THURSDAY AFTERNOONS!
Thurs. 5/25/11
1002: study for test (suggested method - complete all odd questions, write a formal explanation for the correct answer for any incorrect responses - spend up to 15 min searching for each answer, redo odd questions to confirm understanding)
1001: complete handout questions

Wed. 5/24/11
1002: notes p 165-168 questions 37-46
1001: questions 24-37 p 128

Mon. 5/23/11
TRIP TOMORROW! BRING LUNCH OR MONEY FOR LUNCH
1002: Read p 163-164 questions 32-36
1001: Complete handout on calculating molarity

Thurs. 5/19/11
1002: questions 162-163 questions 11-31
1001: Revise/complete worksheet using Table G and ?'s 13-23, which will be collected

Wed. 5/18/11
1002: Complete classwork and p 160 questions 1-10 to determine oxidation numbers
PLEASE BRING INTERIM ASSESSMENTS FOR A 1 PERIOD CHEMISTRY REVIEW-BASED ON TEST
1001: Complete double sided worksheet and questions 13-23 p 123

Tues. 5/17/11
1002: Notes p 656-661 of TEXT BOOK (show work for practice problems)
1001: questions 1-13 topic 7 of review book

Mon. 5/16/11
1002: Do review questions, check work and make study guide (TEST TOMORROW)
1001: Notes p 500-505 and p 518-519 describing the factors that affect the rate of dissolving and see figures 15-10and 15-11 to visually particle dissolution

Fri. 5/13/11
1002: Complete class handout (start extra credit due next Friday) and prepare for test Tuesday on Topic 7
1001: Study for Quest Monday on Topic 8

Thurs. 5/12/11
1002: write a thorough paragraph as detailed in your lab (lab credit based on this paragraph) and answer questions 38-43 p 129-130
1001:notes p 148-151

Wed. 5/11/11
1002: complete all practice problems p 124-128 and answer odd numbered questions 25-37
1001: Notes p 142-146 and answer questions 18-35

Tues. 5/10/11
1002: Topic 7 questions 1-12
1001: Notes p 138-140 questions 11-17

Fri. 5/5/11
1002: notes p 121-122 questions 13-23
1001: Study for Quest

Thurs. 5/4/11
1002: Study for Quest
1001: Questions 1-10 TOPIC 8

Wed. 5/4/11
1002: questions 1-12 p 120-121 (QUEST FRIDAY TOPIC 8)
1001: revise homework due today for grading/submission
AND odd numbered questions 1-33 p 55-56 (SHOW ALL WORK FOR CREDIT!)
QUEST ON TOPIC 3 MONDAY

Tues. 5/3/11
1002: even questions 2-46 p 152-156 (COMPLETE ALL PROBLEMS TO YOUR HIGHEST ABILITY)
1001: p53 question 45-71

Mon. 5/2/11
1002: Notes p 142-146 questions 18-35
1001: Notes p 49-50 questions 27-36

Fri. 4/29/11
1002: p 140 questions 11-17

Wed. 4/27/11
STUDY FOR INTERIM ASSESSMENT TOMORROW!!!!!

Fri. 4/15/11
Diagnostic Exams 1-6 and 12 to prepare for Mock Regents in Chemistry : )
SHOW ALL WORK WHEN NECESSARY!!!!!
Also remember to bring your permission slips and $10 for our Science Conference on May 24th!!!
Have a great break and study hard!!!!!

Thurs. 4/14/11
1002: test
1001: quiz

Wed. 4/13/11
1002: odd ?'s 45-71 p 53 of review book
1001:p 51 questions 37-44

Tues. 4/12/11
1002: Complete handout questions 1-7 (molar conversions)
1001:p 48 questions 14-26 of review book

Mon. 4/11/11
1002: TRIP - hw assigned Fri due tomorrow
1001: p 46 questions 1-13 of review book on formula mass and molar mass

Fri. 4/8/11
1002: Complete multiple choice questions p 50-51 of review book (gear up for Tuesday's analysis of fuels!)
1001: 1) 3 steps of conversions on handout and 2) Step 3 of conversions for ingredients
EXTRA CREDIT: Bake scones and crumpets

Thurs. 4/7/11
1002: Complete lab #19 and study for quiz on formula mass, molar mass, percent composition and hydrates
1001: STUDY FOR 30 MIN QUEST!

Wed. 4/6/11
1002: p 50 questions 37-44
1001: Create study guide or flashcards for practice test tomorrow!

Tues. 4/5/11
1002: p 48-49 questions 14-26 on percent composition
1001: Questions 48-57 p 228 of review book
(30 MIN TEST FRIDAY)

Mon. 4/4/11
1002: p 46 questions 1-13 of review book
1001: Notes on text p 786-799 and section review p 791 and 799

Fri. 3/24/11
1002: a) Complete handout on 3-step conversions - in preparation for our upcoming unit on molar conversions, YOU MUST SHOW ALL 3 STEPS TO OBTAIN CREDIT!!! b) Convert all baking measurements on both recipes using Step 3 from handout and c) extra credit: bake scones or crumpets for the class to enjoy on Monday!

1001: Read and take notes p 223-225 and answer questions 34-47 of review book on half life! Email or contact me to set up a time for tutoring during rensizzle if you need tutoring!

Thurs, 3/23/11
1002: 30 min TEST TOMORROW!
1001: Read p 220 and answer questions 16-23

Wed. 3/22/11
1002: Regents Review Questions (practice test) on Nuclear Chem
1001: Complete questions 1-15p 219 of review book

Tues. 3/22/11
1002: Notes on text p 786-799 and section review p 791-799
1001: Read and take detailed notes on nuclear chem basics p 215-219

Mon. 3/21/11
1002: read p 220 and answer questions 16-23, which include artificial transmutation questions
(test on nuclear chem on Friday)
1001: study for quiz tomorrow on writing and balancing equations

Thurs. 3/17/11
1002: read and take notes p 223-225 and answer questions 34-47 in the review book
1001: put a heading on a paper and redo the 10 hardest questions that you have completed in topic 2, questions 44-70 to prepare for our quiz Tuesday

Wed. 3/16/11
1002: complete questions 1-15 p 219-220 of review book
1001: complete questions 65-79 topic 2

Tues. 3/15/11
1002: Read and take detailed notes on nuclear chem basics p 215-219
1001: Complete all questions p 40-41 for submission tomorrow
an overview of nuclear reactors/issues with Japan's nuclear power plants

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/12/world/asia/the-explosion-at-the-japanese-reactor.html?ref=science

http://www.threemileisland.org/science/pdfs/how_nuclear_power_works.pdf

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=nuclear-energy-primer

Fri. 3/10/11
1001: 1) Complete all lab equations and 2) Complete all questions 44-64 p 40 of review book
1002: (QUEST TUESDAY) Group 1: Complete work on p 42 (answers will be distributed Monday - come to tutoring Monday if you still need help) Group 2: Complete work p 42 and/or create a study guide/study cards Group 3: You will be our team leaders for Monday's reaction race! Study and prepare to lead your groups


Thurs. 3/10/11
1001: Review notes
1002: 1) Complete Lab on Types of Reactions (Collected Tomorrow) 2) p 42 questions 65-79 in review book due by end of class Friday

Wed. 3/9/11
1002: Revise all work for formal submission tomorrow
1001: Study for Quiz Tomorrow - those who did not complete HW due today need to stay after school tomorrow

Tues. 3/8/11
1002: p 40 odd #'d question's 45-57 and questions 60-64
1001:Formal Lab Write Up Due Wed! All 4 pages of balancing equation practice due Wed.
(quiz Thursday)

Mon. 3/7/11
1002: Study for Balancing Reactions Quiz and p 40 - even ?'s 44-58 and 59
1001: Formal Lab Write-Up Due Wednesday and Balance At Least 5 Reactions On Each Page of Handout (except combustion) ALL 4 PAGES OF BALANCING PRACTICE DUE WED

Fri. 3/4/11
1002: Formal Typed Lab Write-Up Due Monday Typed In My Hand By 3:30 pm (class collection will happen at the beginning of class)
1001: Balance the reaction for the combustion of octane! Be prepared to conduct experiments immediately upon entering class Monday!

Thurs. 3/3/11
1002: Formal Typed Lab Write-Up With Thorough Intro, Procedure, Analysis and Conclusions Due Monday
1001: Prepare 25 balanced reactions and experiment!

Wed. 3/2/11
1002: Complete Pages 2-5 of handout (types of reactions and balancing reactions)
1001: Complete Pages 2-3 of handout in class and study for test tomorrow!

Tues. 3/1/11
1001: p 36, questions 35-43 and take notes p 37-40 of review book
1002: Balance 5 sample equations from each of the 5 types of reactions on your handout (25 total
balancing questions)
TEST ON BONDING/TYPES OF COMPOUNDS THURSDAY!

Mon. 2/28/11
Both Classes: prepare to conduct experiment!
1002: p 36, questions 35-43 and take notes p 37-40 of review book
1001: Complete questions 1-6 and take notes p 35-36 of review book

Fri. 2/18/11
1001 and 1002: Research handout and typed draft of procedure described below is due Mon when we return from break



Thurs. 2/17/11
1002: Research handout and typed draft of procedure described below is due Mon when we return from break

1001: Test tomorrow (YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SHOW NOTECARDS OR A STUDY GUIDE TO TAKE THE TEST, OR YOU MUST COMPLETE THEM IN CLASS AND STAY AFTER SCHOOL)
Study for at least 1 hr, if you have consistently completed homework, if not set aside up to 3+!)

TOPIC 6 TEST p 98-116 of review book: bond energy, lewis dot structures of elements and ions, lewis dot structures of ionic compounds, lewis dot structures of covalent compounds, metallic, ionic, covalent polar, covalent nonpolar bond formation, identification, and compound characteristics, naming and writing formulas for ionic compounds and binary covalent compounds, polarity, intermolecular forces of attraction and boiling point

1002: TEST THURSDAY
1001: TEST FRIDAY

Wed. 2/16/11
1002: TEST TOMORROW! STUDY 1-3 HOURS!
1001: 1) Revise note-cards for grading and 2) complete questions 2 and 3 of handout

Mon. 2/14/11 (HAPPY VALENTINES DAY)
GIVE YOUR CHEMISTRY VALENTINE TO YOUR VALENTINE!!!!
1001 and 1002:
Homework: Notes p 112 and questions 45-50 and
Edit/Improve Topic 6 Note-cards (they will be the only reference allowed for your graded group quiz, in which the group obtaining the highest score will get extra credit on their upcoming test)

Fri. 2/11/11
1001 and 1002: Complete lab equations, indicating what you believe is the (s), (l) (g) or (aq) and writing detailed observations for all reactants and products

Thurs. 2/10/11
1001: Thanks for your flexibility with the room change today! Complete binary covalent compound naming worksheet
1002: Complete naming/determining what type of compound worksheet for homework

Wed. 2/9/11
1001 and 1002: Read and take notes on p 246-249 of your text book on hydrates, naming molecular compounds and naming acids. Answer questions 1-18 on p 252 to review concepts learned in this unit

BE SURE TO REMEMBER TO HAVE PARENTS SIGN YOUR LAST TEST AND FULL SET OF TEST CORRECTIONS!!!!!!
Tues. 2/8/11
1001: Complete both sides of handout
1002: Read Science Times Article and Write Response

Mon. 2/7/11
1001 and 1002: Class and homework: At least 25 note cards to study "types of bonding"
TRCS RECYCLES! TRCS RECYCLES! TRCS RECYCLES!
Fri. 2/4/11
1002: Complete both sides of handout started in class

Thurs. 2/3/11
1001 and 1002: TEST CORRECTIONS FOR PERIODIC TABLE TEST (you must write an explanation of the correct answer) SIGNED BY A PARENT TO RECEIVE CREDIT

Edited submissions of ionic compound cartoons due Friday

Wed. 2/2/11
1001 and 1002: Questions 6-12 p 102 of review book, notes p 103-105 and questions 13-17 on polarity (READ SOLUTION TO SAMPLE PROBLEM CAREFULLY AND REDO IT ON YOUR OWN BEFORE DOING THE PRACTICE PROBLEMS!)

Tues. 2/1/11 (TUTORING 3:10-4:00)
1001 and 1002:
Read and take detailed notes on p 99-103 and complete your graphic organizer for metallic bonds and to get CP credit you must bring your graphic organizer, your reference table and your review book

Mon. 1/24/11 DUE UPON RETURN TO CLASS ON FEB 1 (counts as 2 tests in your Semester 2 average)
Take the June 2009 Chem Regents Examination, writing an explanation for all multiple choice questions
These questions can all be answered w/ skills and knowledge covered this semester and/or the reference tables

32 Questions: 1-6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15-17, 19, 22, 29, 31, 32, 35, 38, 39, 40, 51-53, 63-67
All additional questions correctly answered and explained will earn an extra point (feel free to use your review book to explore upcoming topics!)

Fri. 1/21/11
1001 and 1002: Study for quiz on naming formulas and complete questions 26-37 on p 110 of review book (see p 108-109 for help if you have been absent)
If you have been absent when discussing naming of formulas/formula derivation please plan to eat lunch with me in the cafeteria Monday
WE WILL HAVE TUTORING DURING LUNCH MONDAY FOR ALL STUDENTS WHO DID NOT PASS THE QUIZ EITHER FRIDAY OR MONDAY. YOU NEED TO LEARN THIS INFORMATION BEFORE MOVING ON!!!!!

Thurs. 1/20/11
1001 and 1002: Handout questions 1-21 on writing ionic compound names
QUIZ ON POLYATOMIC ION NAMES AND FORMULAS

Wed. 1/19/11
1001 and 1002: Handout questions 22-42 on writing ionic compound formulas

Tues. 1/18/11
Revise and peer-edit cartoons in class (I was ill and will collect work tomorrow!)

Fri. 1/14/11
IN CLASS
1001: Review Movie and Questions
1002: Test on the Periodic Table
HOMEWORK:
1001/1002: Complete Mini-Project (DUE MONDAY)

Thurs. 1/13/11
IN CLASS
1001: Test on the Periodic Table
1002: Review Movie and Questions
HOMEWORK:
1001: Read p 224-235 and begin cartoon mini-project (due Mon)
1002: STUDY FOR TEST


IN CASE YOU WERE SNOWED IN ON WEDNESDAY!!!! YOU ARE EXPECTED TO SUBMIT PROJECT ON MONDAY ALL LESSONS, TESTS, ETC. REMAIN THE SAME!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE STUDY AND PREPARE FOR ALL PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED DUE DATES
LINK TO NOTES AND PROJECT DUE MONDAY!!!!!
(Project and Rubric)
(Notes on ionic bonding/bonding from Wed.)

Wed. 1/12/11
1001 and 1002: Read and take notes on p 98 and p 103 and answer questions 1-5 on p 99 to contextualize our "Bonding Unit"
1001: TEST TOMORROW
1002: TEST THURSDAY

TUES 1/11/11
TRIP FOR ALL 10th GRADE TO BRAIN EXHIBIT AT THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Mon. 1/10/11
1001 and 1002:TEST WED. ON TOPIC 5 (STUDY GUIDE REQUIRED)
BOOK UPDATES/CORRECTIONS TO EARN UP TO 15 POINTS EXTRA CREDIT (DUE TO JANNA IN GYM TUESDAY AM)
PERMISSION SLIPS REQUIRED (ALTERNATIVE WORK WILL BE ASSIGNED TO OBTAIN TRIP CREDIT)

Fri. 1/7/11 PERMISSION SLIPS TO ATTEND TRIP DUE MONDAY (COUNTED AS HOMEWORK)
1001: Write an answer and explanation for all odd questions 1-29 on p 94 of review book
1002: Write an answer and explanation for all even questions 2-28 on p 94 of review book

Thurs. 1/6/11
1001: Project Due Tomorrow!
1002: Study for Group Quiz

Wed. 1/5/11
1001: Project Due Friday (Group assigns tonight's HW!)
1002: Project Due Tomorrow (must be ready to use/submit at beginning of class)

Tues. 1/4/11
1001: Group assigned research/work so class-time is productive (Project Due Thurs, w/ full report on contributions of each member)
Notes/review p 85-90 of review bk and class notes, answer questions 30-90 evens
1002: Project Work!

Mon. 1/3/11
1001: Notes/review p 85-90 of review bk and class notes, answer questions 30-90 evens (due Wed.)
1002: Project Work! (project due Thursday, for use in class)

HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

Wed. 12/22 (DUE UPON MON RETURN FROM BREAK)
ALL CLASSES: CONTINUE TO TAKE NOTES FOR PROJECT
1001: Notes p 78-83 and 85-90 of review bk and answer questions 1-29 p 83
1002: Notes p 78-83 of review bk and answer questions 1-29 p 83

Tues. 12/21 (DUE WED)
1001: STUDY FOR QUIZ ON GAS LAWS (please do HW for vacation in advance if you are going away!
1002: Notes/review p 85-90 of review bk and class notes, answer questions 30-90 evens

Mon. 12/20 (DUE TUES)
1001: Complete problem set on applying gas laws (QUIZ WED)
1002: Complete Lab #15 Making a Periodic Table

Fri. 12/17 (DUE MON)
1001: Complete Lab #15 (making the periodic table and graphic organizer or groups)
1002: Quiz Monday (we will complete questions 11-13 together before Quiz) on understanding/applying the combined gas law

Thurs, 12/16 (DUE FRI)
1002: Complete practice problems on combined gas laws for class!
1001: BRING TEXT AND REVIEW BOOK TO CLASS AND......
ALL Notes on periodic table and
Leader: Oxygen Grp, Halogen Grp and Nobel Gases (p208-212 of text bk)
Facilitator: Boron Grp, Carbon Grp and Nitrogen Grp (p 204-207 of text bk)
Reader: Transition Metals, Lanthanide and Actinides (p196-203 of text bk)
Time-Keeper: Alkali and Alkali Earth Metals (p191-196 of text bk)


Wed. 12/14 (DUE THURS)
1001: Practice problems from handout questions 1-6 and 10-13 (show all work and 1) isolate variables that you are solving for algebraically 2) substitute values and units from word problem 3) solve and write correct answers and units!)
1002: BRING TEXT AND REVIEW BOOK TO CLASS AND......
ALL Notes on periodic table and
Leader: Oxygen Grp, Halogen Grp and Nobel Gases (p208-212 of text bk)
Facilitator: Boron Grp, Carbon Grp and Nitrogen Grp (p 204-207 of text bk)
Reader: Transition Metals, Lanthanide and Actinides (p196-203 of text bk)
Time-Keeper: Alkali and Alkali Earth Metals (p191-196 of text bk)

Mon. 12/13
1001: TEST TOMORROW - binder collection, study guides required
1002: Notes p 66-69 of review book - write out all sample problems, and calculate yourself. Answer questions 50, 51, 53, 57, and 59

Fri. 12/10
1001: Complete Lab#14, using p 66 of review book
1002: Lab due Monday

Thurs. 12/9
1001: record all calories consumed today from 12midnight to 12 midnight and calculate your BMR for tomorrow
links to website:
fresh food and home cooking:
http://www.acaloriecounter.com/
school food:
http://www.opt-osfns.org/osfns/forms/NutritionInformation.pdf
fast food/restaurant:
http://www.fastfood.com/nutrition/

1002: Complete Lab #14, using p 66 of review book (due monday) and STUDY FOR TEST!!!!

Wed. 12/8
1001: p 74 questions 1-20, 25-28 of review book (TEST TUESDAY)
1002: Diagnostic Test from Handout (and revisit old practice problems/study - TEST FRIDAY)

Tues. 12/7
1001: p 65 questions 30-46 of review book
1002: record all calories consumed today from 12midnight to 12 midnight and calculate your BMR for tomorrow
links to website:
fresh food and home cooking:
http://www.acaloriecounter.com/
school food:
http://www.opt-osfns.org/osfns/forms/NutritionInformation.pdf
fast food/restaurant:
http://www.fastfood.com/nutrition/

Mon. 12/6
1001: Complete calculations and questions 1-4 of Lab #12 on lab demo from class
1002: review work from class

Fri. 12/3
1001: Complete Lab#12 on Calorimetry
1002: questions 30-46 p 65-66 of review book on applying equations for heat energy changes (BRING REVIEW BKS MONDAY!!!)

Thurs 12/2
1001: 10 practice problems on exothermic and endothermic phase changes and reactions
1002: Complete Lab#12 on Calorimetry

Wed. 12/1
1001: 10 practice problems on exothermic and endothermic phase changes and reactions
1002: questions 1-4 of minilab # 11

Tues 11/30
1002: 10 practice problems on specific heat capacity
1001: Complete Lab#10 Lauric Acid Heating and Cooling Curves (including graph and all conclusion questions)

Mon. 11/29
1001: Research and describe why coastal regions have more moderate temperatures than inland (relates to heat exchange lesson Wed.)
1002: 10 practice problems on exothermic and endothermic phase changes and reactions

Tues. 11/23
1001: questions 1-16 p 60 on heating curves (see if you can answer 15 and 16 based on reference bk txt - we haven't covered material yet
to see video again: http://science.discovery.com/videos/head-rush-clips-cold-balloon.html
AND TEST CORRECTIONS (DUE MONDAY)
and
1002: Complete Lab #11 All graphs and conclusion questions (number 5 and your explanation will be most heavily weighed in grading)
TEST CORRECTIONS (DUE TUESDAY)
HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!

Mon. 11/22
1001: quiz on phase change terms

Fri. 11/19: 1002 questions 1-16 p 60 on heating curves (see if you can answer 15 and 16 based on reference bk txt - we haven't covered material yet
to see video again: http://science.discovery.com/videos/head-rush-clips-cold-balloon.html

Thurs. 11/18 (due Friday for 1001, Monday 1002)
Notes on review bk p 58-62 and questions 17-29 on p 63

BRING YOUR REVIEW BOOK TO CLASS EVERY DAY!!!!
BE SURE YOU HAVE SIGNED OUT A REVIEW BOOK WITH LAURIE

TEST THURSDAY 11/18:
electrons (abbreviated electron configurations, valence electrons, electron excitation and emission and Lewis dot structures)
classification of matter (definitions and applications of the terms homogeneous, heterogeneous, mixtures, elements, compounds)
law of conservation of mass
mixture separation techniques
physical and chemical changes and characteristics
compound formula subscripts and what they mean (law of definite proportions)

Mon. 11/15
ALL CLASSES: PRACTICE TEST

Fri. 11/12
1002: Define fractional distillation and describe some common uses of this separation technique
1001: Questions 58-77 of handout (regents questions to review content covered)

Wed. 11/10
Notes p 74-79, section review p 76 and 79

Tues. 11/9
p 3 and 4 of handout (use graphic organizer, notes and poem to answer questions on p 4)

Mon. 11/8
Notes p 65-73 of text and section review questions (SPECIFICALLY THE "CRITICAL THINKING" QUESTION")

Fri. 11/4 (Due Mon) YOU NEED TO USE THIS PROCESS TO STUDY FROM PRACTICE PROBLEMS BEFORE AN EXAMINATION!!!!!
PARENTS - PLEASE LOOK AT YOUR CHILD'S WORK!!!!!!! STUDENTS SHOULD BE DOING AT LEAST 30 min - 1 hr wk /night
All students - all test corrections due by class time Mon!!!!
If you did not do your HW, you were expected to stay after school 3:10-4:00 Fri
If your test corrections are not submitted Monday, you need to stay after school for help!!! 3:10-4:00 Mon

Thurs. 11/3 (Due Fri.)
1002: At least 7 test corrections that you believe will receive credit
1001: At least 10 test corrections that you believe will receive credit
extra help will be offered from 3:10-4:00pm -

Mon. 11/1 (Due Wed)
Notes and section review p 61-64 of text book on temperature (reinforce Fri's glow-stick lab)

Fri. 10/29 (DUE MONDAY!)
1) Completed Spectra Lab
use the following images for support:
HYDROGEN AND HELIUM:
http://physics.uoregon.edu/~jimbrau/BrauImNew/Chap04/FG04_03.jpg
SUNLIGHT:
http://kotisivu.dnainternet.net/adslfor/ospect_1.jpg

2) Multiple Choice Questions 52-77 of handout!
quiz Tuesday!!!!

Weds/Thurs
Theater students will be missing class and are expected to get notes and complete lab (plan to stay after school Thursday for extra help!

Tues. 10/26
Notes p 124-129, 135-140

TUESDAY 10/26 TEST on CHAPTER 3/part of 4 of TEXT: atomic models/theories, subatomic particles, ions, weighted averages, isotopes, electrons, principal energy levels, valence electrons, Lewis Dot structures (retake multiple choice handout as a practice test of comprehension)

Mon 10/25
1001/1002: Complete spectroscopy lab and study for examination
STUDY GUIDE, BINDER CHECK AND TEST DUE TUESDAY!!!!! - NOTE, BASED ON OUR CLASS POLICY YOU MUST STAY AFTER SCHOOL TUESDAY FROM 3:10-4:00 IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A STUDY GUIDE AND WANT TO OBTAIN TEST CREDIT!!!!

Fri. 10/22
1001: Complete flame test lab and answer questions 80-84 of packet of regents questions
1002: 1) multiple choice questions 28-51 2) share current weighted average grade with parents


Thurs. 10/21
1001: Complete flame test lab and answer questions 80-84 of packet of regents questions
1002: 1) multiple choice questions 28-51 2) share current weighted average grade with parents

Tues/Wed. 10/20: 1) study for quiz on the evolution of modern atomic theory based on grp presentations and handouts and 2) Add up all scores out of 110 and be prepared to submit project rubric

Mon. 10/18
1001/1002: Projects due tomorrow (check that you have returned labs to hold for lab credits at end of year!)

PARENTS PLEASE NOTE: STUDENTS HAVE BEEN GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO TEST CORRECTIONS TO EARN BACK HALF OF THE CREDIT LOST ON THEIR EXAMINATIONS. 1002 WAS INVITED TO STAY AFTER SCHOOL FROM 3-4:30 ON FRIDAY AND FROM 3-4:00PM ON TUESDAY. 1001 IS BEING INVITED TO STAY FROM 3:400PM ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.

PLEASE ENCOURAGE YOUR CHILDREN TO ATTEND TUTORING SESSIONS SO THAT THEY CAN RECEIVE HELP AND LEARN ANYTHING THEY STRUGGLED WITH ON THE EXAMINATION!!!!!

Thurs. 14/Friday 15
Project Work and Test Corrections

Tues./Wed Oct 12/13
1001:1) Test Corrections Due Monday 2) Rough-draft of handout due at the end of class and 3) Project Due Tuesday
1002: 1) Test Corrections Due Friday 4:00pm!
2) Rough Draft of "Handout" from each group (worth 10pts of classwk and 10 pts of homework) will be due at the end of the period (see rubric to self-assess)

Fri. Oct 8
1001:
Research and detail the 1) experiment conducted 2) when it was conducted (context in relation to atomic theory) 3) the contribution of that experiment to atomic theory and 4) what of the findings is still true and what has been disproved (notes will be checked for quality and thoroughness and used to teach group-mates)
Leaders: Dalton
Facilitators: Thomspon
Readers: Rutherford
Time-Keepers: Bohr
(use index and search in pgs 95-102 and 124-140)

1002: 1) Test Corrections Due next Friday 2) Each group must solidify selection of atomic researcher

Thurs, Oct 7:
1001: DUE TOMORROW (FRI): Read the Lab,

1002: Complete Lab #4 for group submission at the beginning of the period

Wed. Oct 6:
1001: Review notes from class to apply
1002: Complete subatomic particle worksheet on the cover of the project (don't forget questions 3 and 4!)

Tues, Oct 5:
1001: Lab #3 - full lab, complete with all measurements, work, and calculations to determine the density of the 3 solids and water, as well as the % error caclulation for water

1002: Research and detail the 1) experiment conducted 2) when it was conducted (context in relation to atomic theory) 3) the contribution of that experiment to atomic theory and 4) what of the findings is still true and what has been disproved (notes will be checked for quality and thoroughness and used to teach group-mates)
Leaders: Dalton
Facilitators: Thomspon
Readers: Rutherford
Time-Keepers: Bohr
(use index and search in pgs 95-102 and 124-140)

Mon. Oct 4: Notes p 90-93 and 103-11 of text

TEST MONDAY: 2 PAGE STUDY GUIDE REQUIRED AND BINDERS WILL BE CHECKED FOR CREDIT!!!!

Fri. Oct. 1: STUDY, STUDY, and STUDY: redo all practice problems and homework - condense into 2 page study guide to be submitted Monday!!!!

Thurs. Sept 30: 1002 make study guide (due Monday), 1001 complete all scientific notation and scientific notation in calculations handout

Wed. Sept 29: 1002 complete scientific notation handout

Tues. Sept 28: complete all percent error questions and (1001 - redo significant digit in operations assignment)

Mon. Sept 27: read p 30-32 to review scientific notation

Fri. Sept 24: complete handout on measurement, significant digits and significant digits in operations

Thurs. Sept 23:notes p 22-30, practice problems 5, 6, 7 and 8. UNDERLINE "SIGNIFICANT DIGITS" in 5, 6 and EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWER to Questions 7 and 8

Wed. Sept 22: Create a typed formal lab write-up for the experiment you conducted in class with your group - PLEASE CHECK EACH COMPONENT's EXPECTATIONS!!!

Tues. Sept. 21: Write the title, heading, purpose and procedure for a 1 period experiment with M&M's

Mon. Sept. 20:
Notes p 7-13 and section review questions 4 and 5

Fri. Sept 17:
Study for quiz on first 20 element symbols and names

Thurs Sept 16:
1002: Complete Reference Table Scavenger Hunt

1001: None

Wed. Sept 15: Terminology Quest and Notes on p 2-6 and 14-16 of text




Tues. Sept 14: Signature on Course Expectations and Lab #1