IB Chemistry

Instructor: Michael Jansen

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

School email mjansen@osd.wednet.edu

Last updated: 06.03.14 @ 09:45

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WEEK 17 (6/2 - 6/6)

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Nucleic Acids  B.8

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint- Respiration B.9

Wednesday

  • Work day

Thursday

  • Topic 10.1-10.3 (Organic Chemistry) and Option B (Biochemistry) Test
  • Take home part of test due
  • Book questions due

Friday (Assembly and BBQ)

  • Work day

WEEK 16 (5/26 - 5/30)

Monday

  • Memorial Day.

Tuesday

  • Detecting Compounds Made by Living Things

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint. Option B.5 Micro and Macronutrients

Thursday.  Only periods 1, 3, and 5 today.

  • Option B.6 Hormones

Friday.  Only periods 2, 4, and 6 today.

  • Option B.6 Hormones
  • Detecting Compounds Made by Living Things due

WEEK 15 (5/19- 5/23)

Monday

  • Finish Carbohydrate powerpoint from Friday.
  • Start Lipids powerpoint

Tuesday

  • Finish Lipids powerpoint

Wednesday

  • Hand out Take Home part of Biochemistry final

Thursday

  • The "Liver" lab is due today.  DCP and CE will be internally assessed for those moving on next year.
  • Detecting Compounds Made by Living Things

Friday

  •  Detecting Compounds Made by Living Things

WEEK 14 (5/12- 5/16)

Monday

  • Finish Enzyme powerpoint from Friday.
  • Start the "Liver" lab

Tuesday

  • The "Liver" lab

Wednesday

  •  The "Liver" lab
  • Here are the assessment statements for the final exam

    1.1.2-1.2.2-1.2.3-1.2.4-1.2.6-1.3.1-1.3.2-1.4.2-1.5.1

    2.1 all of it - 2.2.1-2.3.3-2.3.4

    3.1.2-3.1.3-3.1.4-3.2 all of it

    4.1.2-4.1.3-4.1.4-4.1.6-4.2.2-4.2.3-4.2.5-4.2.6-4.2.7-4.2.8-4.3.1-4.4.1

    5.1.1-5.1.4-5.2.1-5.3.1-5.4.1-5.4.2

    6.1.1-6.2.2-6.2.3-6.2.4-6.2.6

    7.1.1-7.2.2-7.2.3-7.2.4

    8.1.1-8.3.1-8.3.2-8.4.1-8.4.3

    10.1.2-10.1.3-10.1.4-10.1.5-10.1.6-10.2.2-10.3.4

    11.1.2-11.1.5-11.2.2

    12.1.1-12.1.2-12.1.6

    B.2.1-B.2.4-B.3.1-B.3.3-B.3.4-B.3.6-B.4.1-B.4.3-B.4.9-B.5.1-B.6.1-B.6.2-B.7.3-B.7.5-B.7.6-B.8.1-B.8.2-B.9.1

Thursday

  • Liver lab.  Due 5/22.

Friday

  •  PowerPoint on Carbohydrates, Topic B3

WEEK 13 (5/5 - 5/9)

Monday

  • Starting Human Biochemistry Option B.
  • Finish Synthesis of Aspirin lab- due tomorrow
  • Assign Organic (Topic 10) and Human Biochemistry (Option B) book questions
    • All in chapter 25.
      • 1,3,6,18,21a-d,22a-d,39ac*de,40adef,43ab,44,55bc,61a,62,63,75,76,82,94,95
        • * I changed 39 from b to c

Tuesday

  • Synthesis of Aspirin lab due if you didn't already turn it in yesterday.
  • PowerPoint- Option B1: Energy
  • PowerPoint- Option B2: Proteins

Wednesday

  •  PowerPoint- Option B2: Proteins

Thursday

  •  Book work day.  Many students absent due to IB Psych testing

Friday

  • PowerPoint- Option B7: Enzymes

WEEK 12 (4/28 - 5/2)

Monday

  • 10.1 review worksheet due 
  • Work on 10.1 review worksheet

Tuesday

  • Quiz Topic 10.1.1 - 10.1.12
  • Finish PowerPoint with 10.1.13 information

Wednesday

  •  Synthesis of Aspirin lab (due once the aspirin dries out and can be weighed)

Thursday

  • PowerPoint 10.2 and 10.3-  Alkanes and Alkenes

Friday

  •  PowerPoint 10.2 and 10.3-  Alkanes and Alkenes

WEEK 11 (4/21 - 4/25)

Monday

  • PowerPoint Topic 10.1.1-10.1.8  Intro. to Organic Chemistry

Tuesday

  •    PowerPoint Topic 10.1.1-10.1.8  Intro. to Organic Chemistry

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint Topic 10.1.9-10.1.13  Intro. to Organic Chemistry
  • Hand out practice problems for Topic 10.1
  • Hand out "cheat sheet" for Topic 10.1
  • Quiz probably Tuesday on Topic 10.1

Thursday

  • No regular classes

Friday

  •   No regular classes


WEEK 10 (4/14 - 4/18)

 

Monday

  • Book questions for Topic 7 and 8 due.  
  • Review for tomorrow's test.

Tuesday

  • Topic 7 and 8 test

Wednesday

  • Mr. Jansen gone today.  Watch Richard Thornley Topic 10.1

Thursday

  •  Mr. Jansen gone today.  Watch Richard Thornley Topic 10.2 and a random chemistry video on youtube

Friday

  •  Introduction to Organic Chemistry activity/lab.  If you were absent, you do not have to make this up and a * will be put in the grade book instead.

WEEK 9 (3/24 - 3/28)

Monday

  • pH of Substances lab due
  • PowerPoint- Strong and Weak Bases.  Topic 8.3

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint-The pH scale.  Topic 8.4
  • Hand out Review for Topic 7 and 8 test that will be Tuesday after break.

Wednesday

  • Work on review or book questions

Thursday

  •  Phet computer simulation on Acids and Bases.  Turn this in today if you are done.  If not today, then feel free to work on it tonight and turn it in tomorrow.

Friday

  • Work on review or book questions
  • PhET due if you did not turn it in yesterday

WEEK 8 (3/24 - 3/28)

Monday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 8.1  Theories of Acids and Bases
  • LeChatelier's lab due

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 8.2  Properties of Acids and Base

Wednesday

  • pH of Substances lab

Thursday

  • pH of Substances lab

Friday

  • pH of Substances lab

 


 

WEEK 7 (3/17 - 3/21)

Monday

  • Watch Richard Thornley videos.  All of Topic 7.
  • 13 practice MC questions over Topic 7.  Not graded

Tuesday (periods 1,3,5 only)

  • PowerPoint.  Topic 7.2 LeChatelier's Principle

Wednesday (periods 2,4,6 only)

  • PowerPoint.  Topic 7.2 LeChatelier's Principle

Thursday

  •  Work on book questions

Friday

  • Le Chatelier's Principle lab.  Due Monday.


 

WEEK 6 (3/10 - 3/14)

Monday

  • Topic 5 and 6 Test

Tuesday

  • Equilbrium "Tub Activity".  Due at a later date.

Wednesday

  • 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, 15.51, 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, 16.29, 16.43, 16.99, 16.100

Thursday

  • Modern Marvels- Acids video.  Acids and Bases will be covered in Topic 8.

Friday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 7  Equilibrium

Monday

  • Continue with Rate of Reaction lab- due Friday
  • Hand our review for Topic 5 and 6 test that is Monday. CLICK HERE for the review.

Tuesday

  • Continue with Rate of Reaction lab- due Friday
  • Review for Monday's test.
  • Work on book questions- due Friday

Wednesday

  • Review for Monday's test.
  • Work on book questions- due Friday

Thursday

  • Review for Monday's test.
  • Work on book questions- due tomorow
  • Rate of Reaction lab due tomorrow

Friday (1/2 day)

  • Topic 5 and 6 book questions due
  • Rate of Reaction lab due
  • Review for Monday's test.

WEEK 4 (2/24 - 2/28)

Monday

  • PowerPoint. Topic 6.1 Rates of Reactions
  • Topic 5 Quiz on Wednesday
  • Ethalpy of Combustion of Ethanol lab finally due Thursday
    • CLICK HERE for the document that describes what IB is looking for in internally assessed labs.

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint.  Topic 6.2  Collision Theory

Wednesday

  • Phet activity on Collision Theory.  
  • Topic 5 Quiz

Thursday

  •  Rate of Reaction lab

Friday

  • Ethalpy of Combustion of Ethanol lab due
  • Hand out Review for Topic 5 and 6 test that is Friday.  CLICK HERE for the review.
  • Rate of Reaction lab


WEEK 3 (2/17 - 2/21)

 

Monday

  • No school

Tuesday

  • No school

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint.  Topic 5.2  Bond Enthalpies

Thursday

  • Hand out Topic 5 Problems worksheet.  This is not graded.

Friday

  • Hand out Topic 5 Practice quiz.  This is not graded.

WEEK 2 (2/10 - 2/14)

Monday

  • Enthalpy of Combustion of Ethanol practice.

Tuesday

  • Enthalpy of Combustion of Ethanol lab
  • CLICK HERE for the document that describes what IB is looking for in internally assessed labs.

Wednesday

  • Enthalpy of Combustion of Ethanol lab

Thursday

  • PowerPoint: Topic 5.3. Hess's Law

Friday

  • Mr. Jansen absent.
  • Work on calcualtions for the lab
  • Start working on Topic 5 book questions.
    • Chapter 5
      • 5.31a, 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 (2/3 - 2/7)

Monday

  • Design/brain storm how to figure out how much heat goes into water and salt water when heating it up.

Tuesday

  • Introduction to Energetics lab

Wednesday

  • Introduction to Energetics lab.  This lab will not be turned in as it is practice for the lab next week. 

Thursday

  • Quickly go over math for Introduction to Energetics lab you did the last two days. 
  • PowerPoint: Energetics. Topic 5.1

Friday

  • PowerPoint: Energetics. Topic 5.2


WEEK 19 (1/20- 1/24)

 

Study and take the Final Exam


WEEK 19 (1/20- 1/24)

 

Monday

  • MLK.  No school.

Tuesday

Wednesday

  • Review for Topic 1 Test Friday and/or work on book questions.

Thursday

Friday

  • Topic 1 Test

WEEK 18 (1/13- 1/17)

Monday

  • PowerPoint-- Stoichiometry Topic 1.4.1 - 1.4.3.  This will continue Monday.

Tuesday

  • Finish PowerPoint-- Stoichiometry Topic 1.4.1 - 1.4.3.  This will continue Monday.
  • Finish lab.  Due tomorrow

Wednesday

  • Relating Moles to Grams in a Chemical Equation Lab due
  • Hand out a Stoichiometry/Limiting Reactant worksheet (not graded, answers provided)

Thursday

  • Hand out a ANOTHER Stoichiometry/Limiting Reactant worksheet (not graded, answers provided)
  • Hand out a review for Topic 1 test (not graded, answers provided)

Friday

  • PowerPoint- Topic 1.5 Solutions
  • Continue to work on worksheets and book questions

WEEK 17 (1/6- 1/10)

Monday

  • Ionic vs. Covalent lab due
  • Hand out a review of mole coversions, emperical, and molecular formulas.  This is not graded.  Answers are posted around the room. 

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint presentation- Topic 1.3 Chemical Equations
    • This is the same one I gave Friday but now I went slower and more in detail so you could take notes.
  • Hand out Chemical Equations worksheet.  Only worked on it for 10 min.  It is not graded.

Wednesday

  • Continue to work on Chemical Equations worksheet.  Answers are posted around the room.
  • This is the first set of questions for Topic 1.  Chapter 3 is a good chapter and aligns very well with Topic I of the IB.
    • 3.1, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11, 3.27, 3.33, 3.43, 3.49, 3.57, 3.59, 3.67, 3.69, 3.75, 3.77
    • 4.63, 4.67  (I added these on 1/17)

Thursday

  • Lab

Friday

  • PowerPoint-- Stoichiometry Topic 1.4.1 - 1.4.3.  This will continue Monday.

WEEK 16 (12/16- 12/20)

Monday

  •  PowerPoint Presentation- Molar Mass

Tuesday

  • Mass, Moles, and Molecules lab

Wednesday

  • Finish Mass, Moles, and Molecules lab
  • PowerPoint presentation- Molar Volume
  • Quiz Friday

Thursday

  • PowerPoint presentation- Empirical and Molecular Formula
  • Hand back papers.  Organize lab folders.
  • Ionic or Covalent lab due tomorrow for a little bit of extra credit.  Otherwise, it is due Monday when you return from break.
    • For the IA rubric/guide on how to write up the lab, CLICK HERE

Friday

  • For a little extra credit... turn in the Ionic vs. Covalent lab.  Otherwise, turn in Monday after break. 
  • Quiz: Moles, Molar Mass, and Molar Volume
  • PowerPoint presentation- Topic 1.3 Chemical Equations

WEEK 15 (12/9 - 12/13)

Monday

  •  Changed my mind.  You are going to carry out your Ionic vs. Covalent lab after all.  Feel feel to make any improvements at any time if you would like.  Either bring a new copy of your Design lab today or use the one you gave me.  I will hand it back today with some suggestions for the class.  Good luck.
  • If you need any help for the test that is now Thursday, come in before or after school this week.
  • Furthermore, if you would like any help on the Unit I Test or any quizzes, come in as well.
  • If you scored below in any of the quizzes or the test below, please come in before or after school and get help in order to raise it to the score below:
    • Topic 2 Quiz - 10/15
    • Element Quiz - 10/15
    • Electron Configuration Quiz - 11/16
    • Unit I Test - 28/39
    • Topic 11 Quiz - 13/18
    • Ionic Bonding Quiz - 13/18

Tuesday

  • Continue to work on your Ionic vs. Covalent Design lab.
  • If you need any help for the test that is now Thursday, come in before or after school this week.
  • Furthermore, if you would like any help on the Unit I Test or any quizzes, come in as well.

Wednesday.

  • Continue to work on your Ionic vs. Covalent Design lab.
  • If you need any help for the test that is now Thursday, come in before or after school this week.
  • Furthermore, if you would like any help on the Unit I Test or any quizzes, come in as well.

Thursday

  • Unit II Test on Bonding.  Topic 4.

Friday

  • PowerPoint.  Dimenional Analysis/Moles.  Topic 1.1

WEEK 14 (12/2 - 12/6)

Monday

  • Review for Unit II Test (Topic 4) on Monday, 12/9.
  • The IA Design lab on covalent or ionic substances will be due on tomorrow.
  • Topic 4 and Topic 11 Book questions due this Friday.
  • Electrolysis of water lab due.

Tuesday

  •  IA Design lab on covalent or ionic substances due

Wednesday.

  •    Review for Monday's test. Take a quick practice test. 
    • Answers provided afterwards by the substitute.
  • Mr. Jansen in Florida at IB Chemistry conference

Thursday

  • I am changing the test to Thursday.  However, we will NOT be using class time next week to review any more.  I changed my mide.  You will actually conduct your Design lab. If you need help on anything (go over Unit I test, getting help for Thursday's Unit II Test, quizzes, anything...) come in before or after school next week.
  • Open day in order to review for Thursday's test. 
  •  Mr. Jansen in Florida at IB Chemistry conference

Friday (1/2 day)

  • Topic 4 and Topic 11 book questions due.
  • Open day in order to review for Monday's test.
  •  Mr. Jansen in Florida at IB Chemistry conference

WEEK 13 (11/25 - 11/29)

Monday

  •  PowerPoint Presentation- Topic 4.5 Physical Properties and Bonding Types

Tuesday

  • Ask questions, get help on IA Design lab
  • Work on book questions
  • Work on the Topic 4 Review handed out today.  CLICK HERE for the review.

Wednesday.

  • Unit II Test (Topic 4) will be Monday, 12/9.
  • The IA Design lab on covalent or ionic substances will be due on Tuesday, 12/3.
  • Electrolysis of Water lab.  Due Monday 12/4 

Thursday

  • no school

Friday

  • no school

WEEK 12 (11/18 - 11/22)

Monday

  •  Molecular Models lab/activity.

Tuesday

  •  Molecular Models lab/activity.
  • Internal Assessment Design lab. 
    • Design a lab to determine if five  unknown substances are covalent or ionically bonded.

Wednesday.

  • Quiz: Ionic Bonding, polyatomic ions (names, formula, and charge), and formulas for 7 diatomic molecules (HOFBrINCl)
  • I also added more questions from the book for Topic 4.  I think I am finally done with that now.  See below to Week 10, Wednesday for all the Topic 4 questions
  • After the quiz today, work on one of the following:
    • Topic 4 book questions
    • IA Design lab on Ionic or Covalent
    • Finishing the Molecular Models lab

Thursday

  • PowerPoint Presentation- 4.2.9-10  Carbon and Silicon Bonding and Structure
  • PowerPoint Presentation- 4.4 Metallic Bonding

Friday

  • Finish PowerPoint Presentation- 4.4 Metallic Bonding
  • Start and hopefully finish PowerPoint on 4.3 Intermolecular Forces
  • Molecular Models lab/activity due

WEEK 11 (11/11 - 11/15)

Monday

  • Veteran's Day

Tuesday

  • Quick practice drawing Lewis dot structures of molecules (not a graded assignment)
  • Continue with PowerPoint- Covalent Bonding. Topic 4.2.1 - 4.2.8.

Wednesday.

  •  Now my daughter has a fever.  I am gone today.  Work on Topic 4 book questions.  They are listed below in Week 10, Wednesday.

Thursday

  • Finish PowerPoint- Covalent Bonding. Topic 4.2.1 - 4.2.8.
  • Quiz next week, maybe Tuesday.  It would be on Ionic Bonding (Topic 4.1), polyatomic ions and their charges, and diatomic molecules.

Friday

  • Molecular Models lab/activity.  This lab will go two days or more.   I am gone again today with a febrile daughter.

WEEK 10 (11/4 - 11/8)

Monday

  •  Finish PowerPoint- Ionic Bonding.
  • Hand out LOTS of ionic bonding naming and formula worksheet.  This is not graded as answers are provided in classs

Tuesday

  • Continue to work on worksheet from yesterday.  Check your answers in while in class.
  • Guess student speakers on the health profession

Wednesday.  Short classes today with late start and assembly at the end of the day.

  •  Topic 4 Questions-- These will be turned in at a later day with Topic 11 questions from two weeks ago.
    • 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,

Thursday

  • Ionic Crystal Growing lab

Friday

  • PowerPoint- Covalent Bonding. Topic 4.2.1 - 4.2.8.  I got to slide #48.

WEEK 9 (10/28 - 11/1)

Monday

  •  Uncertainty and Error in Measurements lab. Due tomorrow
  • Work on Topic 11 questions from the textbook (Chapter 1)

Tuesday

  • Home with my son who has a 102 F fever. 
  • Watch Richard Thornley's videos on Topic 11 and maybe work on some of the book questions (Chapter 1) that go with Topic 11.

Wednesday

  • Topic 11 Quiz
  • Uncertainty and Error in Measurements lab due

Thursday

  • Happy Halloween Demonstration!!!

Friday

  • Start Topic 4
    • PowerPoint- Ionic Bonding

WEEK 8 (10/21 - 10/25)

Monday

  •  Topics 2, 3, 12 Test

Tuesday

  • PowerPoint- Measurement and Uncertainty. Topic 11
    • There will not be a test on Topic 11, just a big quiz instead.

Wednesday

  • Book Questions for Topic 11.  These will probably just be attached to the book questions for the next topic (topic 4).
    • 1.5, 1.8, 1.33, 1.35-1.40
  • Mole Day!  Decorate a mole or two with fun mole facts.  Then hang them up around school.

Thursday

  • Finish PowerPoint- Measurement and Uncertainty. Topic 11
  • Start Uncertainty and Error in Measurements lab
  • Topic 11 Quiz will probably be Tuesday

Friday

  • Uncertainty and Error in Measurements lab

WEEK 7 (10/14 - 10/18)

Monday

  • Work day
  • I will also check your Periodic Trends assignment to see if the 13 bullets are done that I said I was going to check last Friday.
  • Test Monday over Topics 2, 3, 12.

Tuesday

  • Work day
  • Test Monday over Topics 2, 3, 12.

Wednesday

  • Work day.  I will put some potential test questions and answers on the document camera.
  • Test Monday over Topics 2, 3, 12.
  • All book questions AND the final Periodic Trends assignment (with the exception of the parts I crossed out for now) are due today beginning of the period.

Thursday

  • Look at this website http://www.jkwchui.com/IBchem/3/ for a Self-test quiz on Topic 3.1 and 3.2.  No need to look at 3.3 because we are putting that off until later this year or even next year. 
  •  Work day.  I will hand out (class set, not to take home) more example test questions.  We will go over the answers in class.
  • Earthquake drill first period.  Yippee!!!!!   Test is moved to Monday. 

Friday

  • No school for students. Unfortunately, I will be here all day in meetings.

WEEK 6 (10/7 - 10/11)

Monday

  • Work day since I am sick and feel horrible.
  • Topic 3 Questions from the book:
    • 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
  • Test NEXT THURSDAY over Topics 2, 3, 12.

Tuesday

  • Finally finish PowerPoint- The Periodic Table.  Topic 3 and 12.1.1 - 12.1.2
  • Hand out Unit I Review (Topics 2,3,12)

Wednesday

  •  Work on the following today:
    • Book questions
    • Periodic Trends assignment
    • Unit I Review

Thursday

  •  Periodic Properties Lab

Friday

  • Periodic Properties Lab- due Monday
  • 13 bullets due on the Periodic Trends Activity

WEEK 5 (9/30 - 10/4)

Monday

  • Work on Periodic Trends assignment

Tuesday

  • Quickly grade Friday's quiz on Element Symbols that was taken Friday.
  • Practice quiz (not graded and answers will be given in class) on electron configuration, orbital diagrams, and electron arrangement
  • Hand back Topic 2 quiz, Emission Spectra lab, and Obscertainer lab.  Organize/decorate IB lab folders.

Wednesday

  •  PowerPoint- The Periodic Table.  Topic 3 and 12.1.1 - 12.1.2

Thursday

  • PowerPoint- The Periodic Table.  Topic 3 and 12.1.1 - 12.1.2

Friday

  • PowerPoint- The Periodic Table.  Topic 3 and 12.1.1 - 12.1.2
  • Quiz- electron configuration, orbital diagrams, and electron arrangement

WEEK 4 (9/23 - 9/27)

Monday

  • Finally finish PowerPoint presentation- Topic 12.1.3-6, Electron Configuration
  • Hand out Electron Congfiguration, Orbital Diagrams, and Electron Arrangement worksheet.   This is not a graded assignment.  All answers will be given in class.
  • CLICK HERE for a Word doc. that gives the overall idea how to write electron arrangements and orbital diagrams.

Tuesday

  • Work day.  You should be working on the assignment from yesterday and/or Topic 12 questions book questions (see Week 3, Wednesday).

Wednesday

  •  Building a Periodic Table Lab/Activity

Thursday

  • Continue with Building a Periodic Table Lab/Activity- due tomorrow
  • Begin the Periodic Trends assignment.  Some of you have already started this.  It will not be due for about two weeks.

Friday

  • Building a Periodic Table Lab/Activity due
  • Elements Organised  (this is not misspelled).  This is the greatest periodic table film of all time!
     
  • Quiz over 60 element symbols.  See Week #2, Thursday, for the element symbols to memorize.


WEEK 3 (9/16 - 9/20)

 

Monday

  • Emission Line Spectrum Lab

Tuesday

  •  Emission Line Spectrum Lab
  • Work on Topic 2 book questions assigned last week or get help for the Topic 2 quiz tomorrow.

Wednesday

  •  Topic 2 Quiz
  • If you would like to, you can begin Trends in the Periodic Table assignment.  This will be a gradual assignment that will be worked on over the next couple weeks.  Not due for a while.  It will be officailly assigned next week.
  • Topic 12 Questions.  Topic 2 questions should be done by now.  Topic 3 will be added later.
    • 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

Thursday

  • Emission Line Spectrum Lab due
  • PowerPoint presentation- Topic 12.1.3-6, Electron Configuration

Friday

  • PowerPoint presentation- Topic 12.1.3-6, Electron Configuration

WEEK 2 (9/9 - 9/13)

Monday

  • Safety discussion. 
  •  Assign and work on Unit I Questions (IB Topic 2, 3, and 12.  Topic 11 with be thrown in if/when necessary) from the text book.  Not due for quite some time.
    • Topic 2 Questions from the class text book.  Topic 3 and 12 questions will follow at a later date.
      • 2.4, 2.19, 2.20, 2.21, 2.22, 2.23, 2.24, 2.25, 2.29, 2.31, 2.34
      • 6.5, 6.31, 6.32, 6.33, 6.48a

Tuesday

  • An Alchemist's Dream Lab.  No lab write-up but you must perform the lab.
    • Bring some pennies!

Wednesday

  • PowerPoint presentation- Topic 2.2 (Mass Spectrometer)
  • Quiz over Topic 2 on Wednesday.

Thursday

  • Obscertainer Activity- due Friday
  • Please memorize the following elements/symbols.  Quiz in a week or so.
    • Atomic numbers 1-38, 47-56, 74, 78-83, 86-88, 92, 94

Friday

  • PowerPoint presentation- Topic 2.3 (Electron Arrangement)
  • Obscertainer Activity due

WEEK 1

Monday

  • No school, still summer.  I had considered giving a quiz based on some websites the first day.  However, I have decided NOT to do that.

Tuesday

  • No school, still summer.

Wednesday

Thursday

  • PowerPoint- The Atom. Topic 2.1  (for class PowerPoints, see the link to the left)
  • Science contract due?

Friday

  • Hand out text books
  • Finish PowerPoint- The Atom. Topic 2.1
  • Hand out Assessement Statemets for the entire year.  You can also get these and much more using the link to the left "IB Chemistry Assessment Statements and More!".
  • Science contract due?