Grade 11 University Chemistry Homework Calendar

Matter / Trends / Bonding

Matter: Learning Goals       

 

 Date

Topic

Homework

Sep 3

Gr 10 Chemistry Review   

 Bohr-Rutherford Diagrams

 Lewis Diagrams

   1.2 Atomic Structure

   1.5 Periodic Law

Web Links:

Why Take Chemistry?

 

Celebrating 150 years of the Periodic Table!

 

Sep 4

Gr 10 Chemistry Review 
     Octet Rule and Common Ions

   1.3 Ions and the Octet Rule

   1.5 Periodic Law\

Web Links:

Octet Rule & Common Ion Video

Isotope Video

 

Sep 5

 

Nomenclature:  Gr 9 and 10 Review

   2.4 Chemical Formulas and Nomenclature

Extra Videos for naming:

Ionic Compounds

Multivalent Ionic Compounds

Molecular Compounds

  • Nomenclature (Grade 10 Review)
    • review the Ionic and Molecular naming note WB. 10-11
    • If you need to watch the Ionic Compounds (video) and the Molecular Compounds (video)
    • Memorize the multivalent element charges (Ag, Zn, Cu, Fe, Pb, Sn)
    • Complete WB. 16-17 for practice (at least 1 column from each page)
       
  • Study for your Quiz Tomorrow:
    • Periodic Table / Atomic Structure / Bohr Diagrams / Lewis Diagrams / Common Ions / Isotope Atomic Mass Calculation
    • Remember you need at least a 70% to pass
Sep 6 Diagnostic Quiz

Nomenclature:
   Polyatomic Ions & Derivatives

2.4 Chemical Formulas and Nomenclature (74-81)

 

Web Links:

Polyatomic Quizlet!

Polyatomic ion Flashcards

 

  • Polyatomic Ions
    • Watch the videos below to complete the front of the new handout and the notes on WB 12 (top)
    • Polyatomic Ions Note / Video WB 12 (top) & WB 14 (top)
    • complete the polyatomic worksheet  1st column (answers)
    • Review the polyatomic Ions Wall Chart
    • Try TB. 78 #2
       
  • Polyatomic Ion Derivatives
Sep 9

Nomenclature:
   Polyatomic Ions & Derivatives
   Acids

2.4 Chemical Formulas and Nomenclature (74-81)
10.1 Properties of Acids and Bases (466-468)

 

Extra Video for naming:

Polyatomic Compounds
Polyatomic Quizlet!
Acid Formulas and Naming
Acids Quizlet!

  • Polyatomic Ions and Derivatives
  • Acids Nomenclature:
  • Start working on nomenclature review:
    • WB 20-21 (#1, 6, 12, 19, 26, 35, 39, 75) omit the following for now 13,20,24,57)
    • WB 22-23 ( #1,9,37,55,59,68,70,78,92,94,95) 
       
  • copy of todays quiz and answers
 
Sep 10 Nomenclature:
   Acids Salts
2.4 Chemical Formulas and Nomenclature
10.1 Properties of Acids and Bases (466-468)

Web Links:

Nomenclature Summary Note (WB 24)

Compounds Quizlet!

  • Acid Salt Nomenclature:
    • Watch this video to complete the Acid Salt note on WB. 17
       
  • Nomenclature Practice:
    • complete the following to prepare for the Nomenclature Test
    • WB 20-21 answers
    • WB 22-23 answers
       
  • Review Today's Nomenclature Quiz  (answers)

     
Sep 11 Nomenclature Review
   Hydrates
2.4 Chemical Formulas and Nomenclature
10.1 Properties of Acids and Bases (466-468)

Web Links:

Nomenclature Summary Note (WB 24)

Compounds Quizlet!

Sep 12

 

Practice Nomenclature Test

Trends in the Periodic Table

   1.7 Periodic Trends in Atomic Properties

 

Web Links:

        Effective Nuclear Charge
       
Atomic and Ionic Radius
       
Ionization Energy
       
Electron Affinity

Reacting Cesium with Fluorine

Sep 13

 

Nomenclature Test

Trends in the Periodic Table

   1.7 Periodic Trends in Atomic Properties

Web Links:

Dr Dave on Periodic Trends

  • Periodic Trends:
    • use your handout notes to complete:
      • TB. 41 #1-7,9-11
      • Watch Dr. Dave Video on periodic Trends then complete WB 26
         

 

Sep 16

 

Trends in the Periodic Table

   1.7 Periodic Trends in Atomic Properties

Web Links:

Dr Dave on Periodic Trends

  • Complete the Graph for the Practice Trends Assignment WB 29
    • here are some tips to help you with the graph (video)
       
  • Watch the first part of the Electronegativity video (up to 1:15)
    • Complete the Questions for the Practice Trends Assignment WB 29
Sep 17 Trends Quiz 2.3 Chemical Bonding and Electronegativity
2.1 Ionic Compounds

Web Links:

Predicting Bond Types

WHMIS 2015 Info
 

Lab Format Rules

 

Sep 18

Safety Quiz

Ionic Compounds and Ionic Bonding

2.3 Chemical Bonding and Electronegativity
2.1 Ionic Compounds

Web Links:

Predicting Bond Types

Sep 19 Trends Assignment

Chemical Bonding Revisited

2.3 Chemical Bonding and Electronegativity

Web Links:

Predicting Bond Types

  • Review Ionic Compounds note and video
    • complete the ionic bonding worksheet WB 30
       
Sep 20 Intro Lab  

Web Links:

Lab Format Rules

Using Goggles Properly

 

 

Sep 23 Molecular Compound Lewis Structures 3.3 Polar Bonds and Polar Molecules

Web Links:

Lewis Structures Video
Lewis Structure Tutorial

 

  • Review the Bonding in Molecular Compounds note & video :

    • read TB. 61-67
    • Complete the note on WB 28 (non-polar covalent & covalent bonding) (from NOTE)
    • WB 31a Molecular Lewis Diagram note (answers)
    • complete WB. 32 (answers)
    • Try WB 33 & WB36 (Lewis structure column only)
Sep 24 Mass

Ionic Compounds and Ionic Bonding

2.3 Chemical Bonding and Electronegativity
2.1 Ionic Compounds

Web Links:

Lab Format Rules

 

  • Complete the Molecular Compounds Note from yesterday using the note & video
    • Resonance Structures (CO3)2-
    • Exceptions to the Octet Rule (B and P)
       
  • Prep for lab (Properties of Ionic and Molecular Compounds):
    • Use these instructions to create a materials list, procedure  flowchart and an observation table for the lab (review lab format requirements)
       
Sep 25

VSPER Theory

 

3.3 Polar Bonds and Polar Molecules

Web Links:

VSEPR Theory Video

VSEPR 3D Molecular Shape Simulator

Drawing Lewis Diagrams and VSEPR
 

Molecular Polarity

  • VSEPR diagrams for Molecular Compounds:
    • Review the VSEPR note WB. 34 video
    •  use this VSEPR simulation  to complete WB 33
    • complete WB. 33, 36 - molecular shape (omit polarity for now)
       
  • Prep for lab (Properties of Ionic and Molecular Compounds):
    • Use these instructions to create a materials list, procedure  flowchart and an observation table for the lab (review lab format requirements)
    • You must have the lab prep done for tomorrow!
Sep 26 Ionic/Molecular Properties Lab 3.3 Polar Bonds and Polar Molecules

Web L

Colour of Fireworks
Using Goggles Properly

 

 
Sep 27 Review of Molecular and Ionic Compounds and their Properties 3.3 Polar Bonds and Polar Molecules

 

 

  • Molecular Polarity:
    • Copy the Polarity Note and WB.35 (note)
    • determine the polarity of each molecule on WB 33 and WB 36 (answers)
    • Complete TB 108 #1, 2, 5 (try TB. 107 #1)
    • extra practice (answers)
       

 

Sep 30 Review of Molecular and Ionic Compounds and their Properties 2.1 Ionic Compounds

 

Web Links:

Ionic and Molecular Compounds

 
  • Review Polarity of Molecules  
  • Review Ionic Compounds note and video
    • read TB. 57-59
    • complete WB. 37 using 2.1 of the text
    • complete TB. 60 #1, 2, 4!, 5!, 6, 8
Oct 1 Bonding and Polarity Quiz
Review of Molecular and Ionic Compounds and their Properties
2.2 Molecular Compounds
3.4 Intermolecular Forces

 

Web Links:

Intermolecuar Forces

 
  •  Molecular Compounds:
    • Complete WB 38 using section 2.2 of the text and you r notes
    • Review properties of molecular and ionic compounds: TB. 69 #1,5,6
       
  •  Intermolecular Forces:
    • complete the table on the left wide of WB 39  using thisNote
       
  • Bonding and Polarity Quiz (answers)
Oct 2

 

Ionic/Molecular Properties Lab Writeup  

Web Links:

Intermolecuar Forces

Dipole Forces

London Dispersion Forces

How Polarity Makes Water Special

 
 
Oct 3

 

Review  
 
  • Complete Practice Test WB 43-46
     

 

Oct 8

 

Intro to Chemical Reactions  

Video Links for reactions:

Burning Magnesium

Magnesium and HCl

Hydrogen Peroxide and MnO2

  • Complete the Intro to Chemical Reactions 51  using this Powerpoint
    (download the powerpoint to see animations or watch this video)

 

Oct 9

 

CHEMISTRY TEST UNIT 1  

Video Links for reactions:

Burning Magnesium

Magnesium and HCl

Hydrogen Peroxide and MnO2

  • Review how to balance equations WB 51a/b (note)
    • balancing basics (video)
    • balancing advanced (video)