Honors Chemistry FALL 2020 WEEK OF October 5th

  • Honors Chemistry

Week of October 5th

Monday

Block 1

Objective: Calculate the specific heat for a substance.  Use specific heat to calculate heat loss or gain. 

Activities:

1. Question of the Day (CANVAS)

2.  Go over HW

3.  PowerPoint Notes: Note packet pp. 1-2 Energy 

4.  Specific Heat Calculations p. 85-88.  Complete p. 88 #3.29 - 3.37 odds. Show ALL work and utilized significant figures and correct units. (15min)

HW- Read p. 89-91 including the Chemistry Link to Health.  Copy Table 3.8 p. 89 into your notebook.

 

Block 4

Objective: Classify mixtures and develop methods to separate mixtures based on physical properties.  Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales.   Identify energy as potential or kinetic.  Convert between units of energy.  

Activity

1.  Question of the Day (Canvas submission)

2.  Discuss last week's assignment

3.  Complete Heat and Temperature Video Tutorial and Questions (Canvas)

4.  Complete Temperature Conversions Video Tutorial and Questions (Canvas)

5.  Complete Energy and Temperature Assignment (Worksheet on Canvas- Temperature conversions only)

 

Tuesday

Block 1

Objective: Classify mixtures and develop methods to separate mixtures based on physical properties.  Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales.   Identify energy as potential or kinetic.  Convert between units of energy. Calculate the specific heat for a substance.  Use specific heat to calculate heat loss or gain. 

Activities:

1. Question of the Day: Textbook p.97 3.80 and 3.84 a,b.  (Canvas)

2. Go over QOD

3. Kahoot

4.  p. 91 3.39 b, p.92 3.41a,d

5. Review Questions p. 95-97 # 3.49- 3.59 show all work.  Ask questions.  The Core Chemistry Skills section on p. 94-95 is an excellent study resource to review information for this unit. Remember you are responsible for element names/symbols for #1-40. 

 

Block 4

Objective: Calculate the specific heat for a substance.  Use specific heat to calculate heat loss or gain. 

Activities:

1.  Question of the Day (CANVAS)

2.  Go over yesterday's work and answer questions. 

3.  Kahoot

4.  Specific Heat Calculations p. 85-88.  Worksheet. Show ALL work and utilized significant figures and correct units. 

HW- Finish worksheet.

 

Wednesday 

Block 1

Objectives: Assess knowledge of classifications of matter, separations of mixtures, temperature and energy conversions, and specific heat and energy calculations. 

Activities:

1.  Assessment of Chapter 3

2.  Review Questions p. 95-97 # 3.49- 3.59 show all work.  Ask questions.  The Core Chemistry Skills section on p. 94-95 is an excellent study resource to review information for this unit. Remember you are responsible for element names/symbols for #1-40. 

3.  p. 91 3.39 b, p.92 3.41a,d

OR

Start posted videos and notes scheduled for tomorrow on Canvas for the Atom.

 

Block 4

1.  Question of the Day: Textbook p.97 3.80 and 3.84 a,b.  (Canvas)

2. Go over QOD

3.   EXTRA CREDIT p. 91 3.39 b, p.92 3.41a,d, and p. 96 3.57-3.59. (This will give you 3% points added on to an 80% assessment/project score.)

5. Review Questions p. 95-97 # 3.49- 3.59 show all work.  Ask questions.  The Core Chemistry Skills section on p. 94-95 is an excellent study resource to review information for this unit. Remember you are responsible for element names/symbols for #1-40. 

 

Thursday 

Objectives:  Assess knowledge of classifications of matter, separations of mixtures, temperature and energy conversions, and specific heat and energy calculations. Describe the development of the atomic theory.

Activities:

1.  Question of the Day: p. 98 #3.90 

A young patient drinks whole milk as part of her diet.  Calculate the total Calories (kilocalories) if the glass of milk contains 12g of carbohydrates, 9g of fat, and 9g of protein.  (Round off answers for each macromolecule to the tenths place.)

2.  Discussion about the assessment.  (Retake the assessment if desired.)

Significant Figure Rules Revisited

  • All non-zero numbers are significant
  • All sandwiched zeros are significant
  • If a decimal is present, all ending zeros are significant
  • Multiplication and division, use the least amount of significant figures presented in the measured values given
  • Addition and subtraction, the answer may have one UNCERTAIN digit only

(Block 4-  8 & 9 from the worksheet)

3.  Atoms and Elements Part I Video- take notes in the note packet Chapter 4 Atoms and Elements.

4.  View Elements and Symbols Video Tutorial.

5.  Complete the Elements and Symbols Knowledge Check.

HW- Complete anything not completed in class.

EXTRA CREDIT p. 91 3.39 b, p.92 3.41a,d, and p. 96 3.57-3.59. (This will give you 3% points added on to an 80% assessment/project score.)

 

Friday 

Objectives:  Discuss the development of atomic theory.  Research element properties.

Activities:

1.  Question of the Day

2.  Discuss Adopt an Element

3. Notes: Atoms and Elements Part II Video

4.  Spend 30 minutes on Adopt an Element Assignment

HW- Finish anything not completed in Class

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