IB Chemistry

 

Instructor: Michael Jansen

School phone # in order to leave a messsage: 596-8236

School email mjansen@osd.wednet.edu

Last updated: 06/06/2016 @12:25

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Week #18 (6/6 - 6/10) 

Monday

  •  Review for Final
  • Work on Group Project

Tuesday

  • Review for Final

Wednesday

  • Group 4 Presentations
  • Paper due
  • CLICK HERE for the pdf. for you need to fill out and email to Ms. Hall. 

Thursday

  • Review for final

Friday (classes over at 10:22)

  • Review for Final

Week #17 (5/30 - 6/3) 

Monday

  •  Memorial day.   No school

Tuesday

  • Review for test Friday
  • Work on Group 4 Project

Wednesday

  • Review for test Friday
  • Work on Group 4 Project

Thursday

  • Review for test Friday

Friday

  • Topic 10  Test
  •  For all the reviews given out this year, CLICK HERE for the Word document.
  • For all the reviews given out this year, CLICK HERE for the pdf. document.

Week #16 (5/23 - 5/27) 

Monday

  • Nomeclature quiz
  • Finish Synthesis of Aspirin lab- due Thursday

Tuesday

  • Finish PowerPoint.  Topic 10.1  Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
  • PowerPoint- 10.2  Functional Group Chemistry

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint- 10.2  Functional Group Chemistry

Thursday

  • Work on Group 4 Project

Friday

  • Finish Topic 10.2 PowerPoint 
  • Synthesis of Aspirin lab due (or Monday)

Week #15 (5/16 - 5/20) 

Monday

Tuesday

  • Synthesis of Aspirin lab

Wednesday

  • Synthesis of Aspirin lab

Thursday

  • Hand out and work on Group 4 Project

Friday

  • Organic Nomenclature quiz Monday
  • Work on Group 4 Project

 


 

Week #14 (5/9 - 5/13) 

Monday

  • Topic 9.1 Test

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint.  Topic 10.1  Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint.  Topic 10.1  Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

Thursday

  • PowerPoint.  Topic 10.1  Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

Friday


Week #13 (5/2 - 5/6) 

Monday

  • Continue with the Winkler Method...
  • Hand out review for test

Tuesday

  • Review for test Monday

Wednesday

  • Review for test Monday

Thursday

  • Review for test Monday

Friday

  • Introduce Topic 10 
  • Hand out functional groups to memorize
  • Book questions due

Week #12 (4/25 - 4/29) 

Monday

  • Work on redox and balancing...
  • Book questions
    • 20.1, 
    • 20.11 a,b,d
    • 20.12 a,b,d
    • 20.13
    • 20.15
    • 20.21
    • 20.22 

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint Topic 9.1 Actvity Series

Wednesday

  • Finish PowerPoint Topic 9.1 Actvity Series
  • Activty Series of Metals lab

Thursday

  • Finish PowerPoint Topic 9.1 Actvity Series
  • Conclude Activty Series of Metals lab.  Due tomorrow

Friday

  •  Activty Series of Metals lab due beginning of period.
  • Hand out Topic 9.1 Review for Test which will probably be Friday
  • PowerPoint Topic 9.1  Redox Titrations and the Winkler Method.  This PowerPoint is work in progress.

Week #11 (4/18 - 4/22) 

Monday

  • Video- Acids
  • Mr. Jansen absent

Tuesday (D schedule)

  • Acid Base Titration due
  • Topic 9.1 Oxidation Reduction PowerPoint

Wednesday (D schedule)

  • Topic 9.1 Oxidation Reduction PowerPoint

Thursday (D schedule)

  • Topic 9.1 Oxidation Reduction PowerPoint

Friday

  •  Topic 9.1 Oxidation Reduction PowerPoint
  • Work on balancing redox eqations

Week #10 (4/11 - 4/15) 

Monday

  • Prepare for Topic 7 & 8 Test Thursday
  • Work on Acid/Base titration lab

Tuesday

  • Prepare for Topic 7 & 8 Test Thursday
  • Work on Acid/Base titration lab

Wednesday

  • Prepare for Topic 7 & 8 Test Thursday
  • Work on Acid/Base titration lab
  • Book questions due

Thursday

  • Topic 7 & 8 Test

Friday

  • Acid/Base titration lab due Monday

Week #9 (3/28 - 4/1) 

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 8.4 Strong and Weak Acids and Bases

Tuesday

  • PhET online simulation due
  • Hand out review

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 8.5 Acid Deposition 
  • pH lab due
    • share with me on Google or print

Thursday

  • Titration lab

Friday

  • Titration lab


Week #8 (3/21 - 3/25) 

 

Monday

  • Finding pH Using Different Indicators lab

Tuesday

  • Finding pH Using Different Indicators lab

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint Topic 8.3.  The pH Scale

Thursday

  • Work day.

Friday

  • PhET activity  on pH.  This is a online lab.  Due end of period today or Tuesday.

Week #7 (3/14 - 3/18). 

Monday

  • Work on a Equilibrium/Le Chatelier's Principle worksheet (not graded) to get ready for a  quiz that is on Thursday.
  • Work on Le Chatelier's Princple lab that is due tomorrow

Tuesday

  • Work on the review from yesterday.  One question from the front (short answer) and two from the back (MC) will actually be on the quiz Thursday
     
  • Le Chatelier's Princple lab due

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 8.1 Theories of Acids and Bases

Thursday

  • Continue with PowerPoint- Theories of Acids and Bases
  • Topic 7 (Equilibrium/Le Chatelier's Principle) quiz

Friday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 8.2- Properties of Acids and Bases

Week #6 (3/7 - 3/11). 

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 7 Equilibrium
  • Rate of Reaction lab due

Tuesday

  • Finish PowerPoint- Topic 7 Equilibrium
  • Book questions for Topic 7 and 8.
Chapter 15
15.2, 15.4 a & b, 15.5, 15.8, 15.13, 15.15, 15.16, 15.27, 15.35, 15.36, 15.51, 15.52, 15.53
Chapter 16
16.1, 16.3, 16.13, 16.14, 16.15, 16.17, 16.18, 16.19, 16.21, 16.29, 16.43, 16.99, 16.100

 

Wednesday

  • Show YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5wNg_dKsYY
  • PowerPoint- Topic 7 Le Chatelier's principle

Thursday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 7 Le Chatelier's principle

Friday

  •  Le Chatelier's principle lab

Week #5 (2/29 - 3/4). 

Monday

  • Rate of reaction lab due next Monday at the latest
  • Work day (lab, review, book questions, other stuff...)

Tuesday

  • Work day (lab, review, book questions, other stuff...)

Wednesday

  • Work day (lab, review, book questions, other stuff...)
  • Book questions due (sort of).  If not today, due by Friday.

Thursday

  • Topic 5 and 6 Test.

Friday

  • Equilibrium (Topic 7) Activity.  Points awarded today.
    • If absent, must make up by watching at YouTube by Richard Thornley Topic 7.1 (used to be 7.1.1) and answering these (CLICK HERE) questions
  • Rate of reaction due Monday.
  • Book questions really due now.

Week #4 (2/22 - 2/26). 

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 6 Kinetics

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 6 Kinetics

Wednesday

  • Finish PowerPoint
  • Hand out review for Topic 5 and 6 test

Thursday

  •  Rate of Reaction lab

Friday

  • Rate of Reaction lab 
  •  Enthalpy of Combustion of Ethanol due

 

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Week #3 (2/15 - 2/19). 

 

Monday

  • No school

Tuesday

  • No school

Wednesday

  • Review, work day, and prepare for Friday's quiz 
  • Enthalpy of the Combustion of 95% Ethanol due Wednesday

Thursday

  • Topic 5. 3  The Ozone

Friday

  • Energy Quiz

Week #2 (2/8 - 2/12). 

Monday

  • Conclude Topic 5.1 PowerPoint- Measuring Energy Changes
  • Practice Problem Enthalpy of Ethanol (not graded)

Tuesday

  • Depending on the period, do another practice problem from yesterday
  • Enthalpy of 95% Ethanol

Wednesday

  •  Enthalpy of 95% Ethanol

Thursday

  • PowerPoint- Hess's Law and Bond Enthalpies

Friday

Topic 5 & 6 book questions.
Chapter 5
5.31, 5.37, 5.39, 5.41a, 5.45a.d, 5.49, 5.51, 5.53, 5.55, 5.61, 5.63, 5.64
Chapter 14
14.1, 14.7, 14.10, 14.13, 14.47, 14.51, 14.65, 14.71a

Week #1 (2/1 - 2/5). 

Monday

  • Show YouTube in prepartion for today's lab
  • Determining the Molarity of Salt Water Through Titration

Tuesday

  •  Determining the Molarity of Salt Water Through Titration

Wednesday

  • Hand out worked example for yesterday's lab- lab is due Friday
  • Energetics Activity (not graded)
  • Start PowerPoint- Topic 5.1 Measuring Energy Changes

Thursday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 5.1 Measuring Energy Changes

Friday

  • Practice problem for the enthalpy of combustion of ethanol mole-1  (not graded)
  • Determining the Molarity of Salt Water Through Titration due


Week #19 (1/25 - 1/29). 

Monday

  • Review

Tuesday

  • Book Questions due
  • Review
  • Hand out a review for the final

Wednesday

  •  No chemistry

Thursday

  • Final and Topic 1 Test

Friday

  •  Prepare for Titration lab

Week #18 (1/18 - 1/22). 

Monday

  • MLK.  No School

Tuesday

  • Finish up PowerPoint- Stoichiometry
  • Work on Stoichiometry worksheet that was handed out Friday
  • Hand out Review for Topic 1 Test

Wednesday

  • Work day.

Thursday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 1.5 Solutions
  • CLICK HERE for more Limiting Reactant problems.  Answers are in class up front.

Friday


Week #17 (1/11 - 1/15). 

Monday

  • Mole quiz
  • Ionic or Covalent lab due WEDNESDAY
  • Mass, Moles, and Atoms lab due tomorrow
  • PowerPoint.  Topic 1.2 Molecular and Empirical Formula

Tuesday

  • Mass, Moles, and Atoms lab due
  • Determination of the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide lab

Wednesday

  • Ionic or Covalent lab due
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  • Finish up Determination of the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide lab- due today (unless you want to turn it in later instead). 
  • PowerPoint- Chemical Equations
  • Hand out Balancing Chemical Equations worksheet (not graded) 

Thursday

  • Finish PowerPoint from yesterday.
  • Work on hand out from yesterday.
  • Start Stochiometry PowerPoint

Friday

  • Stochiometry PowerPoint
  • Hand out, but not work on, Stociometry worksheet (not graded)

Week #16 (1/4 - 1/8). 

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 1.2.  Introduction to the Mole
     
  • Ionic or Covalent lab due 1/12. 
    • Go over what is expected on the lab write-up. 
    • CLICK HERE for the "rubric" how to write up the lab.
      • 80% of the grade will be the Exploration part of the lab with 10% for Analysis and 10% for Evaluation.

Tuesday

  • Continue with Introduction to the Mole PowerPoint and start Molar Mass PowerPoint

Wednesday

  • Finish Molar Mass PowerPoint
  • And yet another PowerPoint- Molar Volume
  • Hand out and work on Mole Worksheet #2 (BTW, there is no mole worksheet #1) .  CLICK HERE for the worksheet

Thursday

  • Mass, Moles, and Atoms lab
  • Work on Mole Worksheet from yesterday for homework

Friday

  • Mole Quiz Monday.
  • Ionic or Covalent lab due Tuesday
  • Mass, Moles, and Atoms lab
  • Assign book questions for Topic 1 (blue = mole questions)
    • 3.1, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11, 3.23, 3.27, 3.29,  3.33, 3.35, 3.39, 3.43, 3.49, 3.57, 3.59, 3.67, 3.69, 3.75, 3.77
    • 4.61, 4.63, 4.67 
    • 11.9, 11.33

Week #15 (12/14 - 12/18). 

Monday

  • Review for test or finish collecting data for the lab

Tuesday

  • Review for test or finish collecting data for the lab
  • PowerPoint- Compound and Their Properties.  Will go through this fast since it is review material and will also be handed out in class.

Wednesday

  • Review for test or finish collecting data for the lab
  • Book questions due

Thursday

  • Topic 4 Test M.C.

Friday

  • Topic 4 Test Written
  • Ionic or Covalent lab due 1/12


Week #14 (12/07 - 12/11).  Spirit Week!

 

Monday

  • Mr. Jansen home with a sick son today.
  • Work on book questions (scroll down to Week #10 for the questions).
  • You could also talk with others about the lab you planned in order to help each other out.
  • The design/planning is still due tomorrow.  It needs to be word processed.  Do not submit it to turnitin.com yet

Tuesday

  • Ionic or Covalent design lab due
  • PowerPoint- Metallic Bonding 

Wednesday

  • Work on review, book questions, or ask questions about Ionic or Covalent lab 

Thursday

  • Start Ionic or Covalent lab

Friday

  • Ionic or Covalent lab
  • Molecular Models lab returned


Week #13 (11/30 - 12/4)

 

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Network/Giant Covalent Molecules

Tuesday

  • Electrolysis of Water lab.  Due Thursday

Wednesday

  •  Discuss/finish up Electrolysis of Water lab.
  • Design Ionic or Covalent lab

Thursday

  • Electrolysis of Water lab due
  • PowerPoint- Intermolecular Forces

Friday

  • PowerPoint- Intermolecular Forces
  • Molecular Models lab due


Week #12 (11/23 - 11/27)

 

Monday

  • Work on book questions (Mr. Jansen absent)

Tuesday

  • Continue with Molecular Models lab

Wednesday

  • Check Ionic Crystal Growing lab
  • Practice Covalent quiz (not graded)
  • Continue with Molecular Models lab

Thursday

  • No School

Friday

  • No school


Week #11 (11/16 - 11/20)

 

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Covalent Bonding

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint- Covalent Bonding

Wednesday

  •  PowerPoint- Covalent Bonding
     

Thursday

  • PowerPoint- Covalent Bonding no note-taking, just summarizing
  • Updated book questions (look back to Week #10)
  • Start Molecular Models lab/activity
  • Book Questions due (old ones on sig figs and the blue ones for the current unit)

Friday

  • Molecular Models lab/activty

Week #10 (11/9 - 11/13)

Monday

  • Finish Ions and Ionic Bonding PowerPoint
  • Work on practice problems for ionic bonding (not graded)

Tuesday

  • Finish Ions and Ionic Bonding PowerPoint if necessary
  • Hand out periodic table with more "stuff" on it and polyatomic ions to memorize by Friday.
  • Work on practice problems for ionic bonding (not graded)
  • Book questions for Topic 4

    • Blue are ionic questions and brown covalent

      • 2.1, 2.3, 2.5, 2.7, 2.37, 2.51-56, 2.59, 2.60, 2.63, 2.67a-g, 2.88  
      • 8.1, 8.7, 8.8, 8.11, 8.13, 8.15, 8.29, 8.33, 8.34, 8.35, 8.39, 8.40
      • 9.13, 9.14, 9.20, 9.28, 9.34a, 9.51a, 9.52a, 9.75 
      • 11.2, 11.13, 11.15, 11.21, 11.23 
      • 23.23, 23.25,

Wednesday

  •  No school.  Veterans' Day

Thursday

  • Ionic Crystal Growing lab

Friday  (Half day for students)

  • Ionic Bonding and Polyatomic Ions Quiz


Week #9 (11/2 - 11/6)

 

Monday

  • Continue with Measurement and Uncertainty lab- due tomorrow
  • Work on book questions- due Wednesday

Tuesday

  • Measurement and Uncertainty lab due 
  • Hand out IA rubric.
  • Hand back the following:
    • Periodic Table and Trends
    • Periodic Properties lab
    • Book questions
    • Building a Periodic Table
    • Volume of a Drop design

Wednesday

  • Measurement and Uncertainty Test
  • Book questions NOT due (hang on to until next time book questions are turned in)
  • Time permitting, show YouTube videos to "introduce" ionic and covalent bonding

Thursday

  •   Ions and Ionic Bonding PowerPoint

Friday 

  •   Ions and Ionic Bonding PowerPoint

 


 

Week #8 (10/26 - 10/30)

Monday

  • PowerPoint presentation- Topic 11. 1 and 11.2 (sort of).  No 11.3.  Only Measurement and Uncertainty

Tuesday

  •  PowerPoint presentation- Topic 11. 1 and 11.2 (sort of).  No 11.3.  Only Measurement and Uncertainty

Wednesday

  • Questions for Topic 11.  There are not very many so just hang on to and attached to the next Topic's questions.
    • 1.5, 1.8, 1.33, 1.35-1.40
  • Lab- Measurement and Uncertainty

Thursday

  • Lab- Measurement and Uncertainty

Friday 

  • Halloween Demonstration!!!


Week #7 (10/19 - 10/23)

 

Monday

Work on the following:

  • Lab- Periodic Properties (due Wednesday)
  • Massive review handed out on Tuesday (not graded)
  • Book questions (due tomorrow)
  • Periodic Trends assignment (due tomorrow)

Tuesday

  • Book questions due
  • Periodic Trends assignment due
  • Work on massive review handed out last Tuesday (not graded)
  • Lab- Periodic Properties (due tomorrow)

Wednesday

  • Work on massive review handed out last Tuesday (not graded) 
  • Lab- Periodic Properties due

Thursday

  • Unit I Test

Friday

  • Mole Day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • 6.02 x 10^23


Week #6 (10/12 - 10/16)

 

Monday

  • PowerPoint- The Periodic Table is still going...................................................................................
  • 10/12 of the first bullets will be checked today on Trends in the Periodic Table "lab"

Tuesday

  • Hand out review for Unit I (IB Topic 2 and 3) Test that will be next Thursday
  • Hand back the following:
    • Element quiz
    • Obscertainer lab
    • Atomic Structure quiz
    • Emission Line Spectrum lab
  • Periodic Trends and Book questions due next Tuesday

Wednesday (PSAT is today)

  •  Lab- Periodic Properties

Thursday

  • Work on the following:
    • Lab- Periodic Properties (due Wednesday)
    • Electron Configuration and Orbital Diagram worksheet (not graded)
    • Massive review handed out on Tuesday (not graded)
    • Book questions (due Tuesday)
    • Periodic Trends assignment (due Tuesday)

Friday 

  •  No school for students. 

Week #5 (10/5 - 10/9)

Monday

  • PowerPoint- The Periodic Table

Tuesday

  •  PowerPoint- The Periodic Table

Wednesday

  • Begin Trends in the Periodic Table Activity (this will not be due for at least a week)
  • Unit I Test possibly 10/20 or 10/22.

Thursday

  • Building a Periodic Table due
  • Continue with Periodic Table PowerPoint

Friday 

  •  Hopefully finish Periodic Table PowerPoint
  • 10 bullets on Trends in the Periodic Table due Monday.

Week #4 (9/28 - 10/2))

Monday

  • Work on Electron Configuration and Oribital Diagram worksheet (not graded)
  • Or work on book questions

Tuesday

  • Emission Spectra lab

Wednesday

  • Electron Electron Configuration and Oribital Diagram formative assessment (means this is a fake quiz to see if your are understanding it)
  • Building a Periodic Activity (lab)

Thursday

  • Continue with Building a Periodic Activity (lab)- due Thursday
  • I changed my mind.  Please turn in your Volume of a Drop lab to Turnitin.com.
    • 4th period is class # 10835330 and password is Jansen
    • 5th period is class # 10835344 and password is Jansen

Friday 

  • Emission Spectra lab due
  • Video- The Elements Organised.  One of the best chemistry films (yes, I said films) of all time!

Week #3 (9/21 - 9/25)

Monday

  • PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 2.2 Electrons in "Orbit"

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 2.2 Electron Configuration

Wednesday

  • Obscertainer Activity- due tomorrow

Thursday

  • Finish PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 2.2 Electron Configuration
  • Obscertainer Activity due

Friday 

  • Hand out Electron Configuration worksheet
  • Atomic Structure Quiz.  This will be over the first two PowerPoints.
  • Chapter 2 Book question will be checked.

Week #2 (9/14 - 9/18)

Monday

  • Element quiz
  • Continue with PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 2. The Nuclear Atom

Tuesday

  • Continue with PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 2. The Nuclear Atom
  • Check out book.

Wednesday

  • These are the book questions assigned for Unit I (IB Topic 2 and 3).
    • 2.4, 2.19, 2.20, 2.21, 2.22, 2.23, 2.24, 2.25, 2.29, 2.31, 2.34 (due 9/26)
    • 6.5, 6.31, 6.32, 6.33, 6.48a , 6.55, 6.57, 6.59, 6.60, 6.62, 6.63, 6.65, 6.67, 6.69, 6.71, 6.72, 6.76a,b (later)
    • 7.1, 7.8, 7.9, 7.11, 7.15, 7.23, 7.24, 7.25, 7.26, 7.28, 7.30, 7.41, 7.44, 7.45, 7.47, 7.69, 7.94 (later)
  • Finish PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 2. The Nuclear Atom
  • Hand out safety info and contract...  go over syllabus...
  • Investigating the Volume of a Drop "due"
      Peer "grading".  You will give to another student(s) and they will comment on your Exploration as IB calls it.  You will then be allowed to edit it and turn in on Friday
  • Bring some pennies tomorrow for the lab!

Thursday

  • Safety Contract due
  • An Alchemist's Dream lab (no written work for this, you do the lab, you get 5 points)

Friday 

  • Work on book questions assigned Wednesday.
  • Investigating the Volume of a Drop due for "real" this time.
  • Safety Contract due

 


 

Week #1 (9/7 - 9/11)

Monday

  • summer

Tuesday

  • summer

Wednesday (Cultivating Success)

  • CLICK HERE for the syllabus.  It will not be handed out to you in class unless you cannot access it online.
  • Hand out IB Chemistry Overview
  • Hand out a periodic table
  • Memorize the symbols for the first 38 elements.  In addition to these, learn elements 47-56, 74, 78-83, 86-88, 92, 94 as well. For instance, if I put Ca on a quiz, you write calcium.  If I put calcium, you write Ca.  There will be a quiz Monday.
  • Investigating the Volume of a Drop.
    • Exploration

Thursday (Honoring Diversity)

  • Investigating the Volume of a Drop.
    • Exploration
      • Here is what you need to have done by Wednesday.  Must be word processed.
        • Title
        • Background Information (enhances the understanding of the experiment, parenthetical cite, and bibliography)
        • Research Question
        • Hypothesis
        • Independent Variable
        • Dependent Variable
        • Controls
        • Materials
        • Procedure
        • Data Table (no data obvioulsy)
          • Five different data points
            • Three trials for each

Friday  (Serve Others)

  • PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 2. The Nuclear Atom
  • Element Quiz Monday