Day

Topic


Mar 1
Per 1 AM
Per 2 PM 
Completing
Reactions Assignment
Reactions Lab
Observations
Measurements in Chemistry 


Measurements

Watch the this
video
to complete the measurement note on
WB 7677

Measurement Extra Practice

This is optional  something to try when you have time!
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Complete the following
GIZMO

complete the first 4 questions on the quiz at the end of the GIZMO


Homework
 Complete
the
Measurement
Activity on
Google
Classroom

Assessment
 Complete
the
Completing
Reactions Assignment on
Google
Classroom

Complete
the
Reactions Lab
Observations on
Google
Classroom

Mar 2
Per 1 PM
Per 2 AM 
Reactions
Concepts Test
Reactions Lab
Analysis
Conversions in
Measurements and Scientific Notation 


Scientific Notation

Watch this
video
to review scientific notation and how to calculate with scientific
notation on your calculator (Yes you will now know how to use the EE or
EXP button on your calculator properly!)
 If
you forgot scientific notation, watch this
video where I go through scientific
notation in more detail

complete these practice
questions (answers)
to ensure you can complete scientific notation conversions and
calculations

Conversions


Homework
 Complete
the
Conversions
Worksheet
on
Google
Classroom

Assessment
 Complete
the
Reactions
Concepts Test on
Google
Classroom
 Complete
the
Reactions Lab
Analysis on
Google
Classroom

Mar 3
Per 1 PM
Per 2 AM 
Math in Chemistry 


Accuracy and Precision
 Watch
the following video to
complete the bottom of WB 72 "Accuracy and Precision" (note)

Significant Digits Note

significant digits note
WB 7375

Understanding Significant Digits
 Watch
the following
video to complete the Intro to Significant Digits
note on WB 73 (answers)

Rounding Rules
 Watch
the following video
that goes through rounding rules (note)
WB 74
(remember these are the
same rules you already use  the only difference if you are rounding a
number that is exactly halway between odd/even then even # rule)

Calculating with Significant Digits

Watch
the following
video and then complete
WB 75 Calculating with Significant Digits (note)


Homework

WB 74a
Significant Digits
worksheet (answers)

WB 74b Are you really ready?
worksheet (answers)
 Complete
the
Significant
Digit worksheet
on
Google
Classroom
 Complete
the
Are you
really ready? worksheet
on
Google
Classroom

Complete
the
Math in
Chemistry Quiz
on
Google
Classroom

Web Links:

Mar 4
Per 1 AM
Per 2 PM 
Intro to the Mole 
6.3
The Mole 

Introduction to the Mole
 Counting
with Moles


Homework

Complete the following worksheets: (these are NEW
worksheets  you do NOT need to print  you can answer on lined paper )

Mar 5
Per 1 PM
Per 2 AM 
Molar Mass 
6.4
Molar Mass 

Molar Mass

Watch this video
(Tyler Dewitt)
that
explains what molar mass is

Watch this video
(Mr. Kure) that reviews what molar mass is and explains how to calculate it (note)

Complete
WB 79 (answers)


Homework

Determine the molar mass on:
 Period 2
only  Complete
mass to entities to mass
worksheet
(answers)

Assessment
 Complete
the
Mole Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Mar 8
Per 1 AM
Per 2 PM 
Mass to Moles to Particles 
6.5
Mass and Number of Entities 

Mass,
Moles, and Particles

Practice
Assignment "What's
in the Beaker?"
Worksheet (answers)
(video)
This is a practice for
next week's assignment. Make sure that you are comfortable with determining
the number of entities from a mass measurement. Do at least the first four
examples. I will tell
you what page to submit towards the end of class today.

use the
following masses:

MgCl_{2 }
(Full Beaker 163.7g, Empty Beaker 143.1g)

C_{12}H_{22}O_{11 }
(Full Beaker 197.7g, Empty Beaker 116.5g)

NaHCO_{3} _{ }(Full
Beaker 207.6g, Empty Beaker 143.4g)

CuSO_{4}5H_{2}O _{ }(IGNORE
THIS  you will NOT be asked to do hydrates)

SiO_{2} _{ }(Full
Beaker 182.1g, Empty Beaker 143.4g)

Propane _{ }(Full
Container 1410.1g, Empty
1392.8g)


Homework

Assessment

Submit your What's
in the Beaker? Work to
Google Classroom
 Complete
the
Mass and
Entities Quiz
on
Google
Classroom

Mar 9
Per 1 PM
Per 2 AM 
What's in the vial? Assignment
Stoichiometry  Quantities in Chemical Reactions 
7.1
Mole Ratios in Chemical Equations
7.2
Mass
Relationships in Chemical Equations 


Homework

Assessment

complete the
What's in the Vial Assignment
on
Google
Classroom

Web
Links:

Mar 10
Per 1 AM
Per 2 PM 
Stoichiometry  Quantities in Chemical Reactions
 Percent Yield 
7.1
Mole Ratios in Chemical Equations
7.2
Mass
Relationships in Chemical Equations 

Percent Yield

Watch the
following
video
that explains what percentage yield is and how it is
affected by various factors

Look over Tutorial 1 on TB 337 and then
complete TB 337 #1 (answers) 
complete the
Percent Yield note
on WB 100

Use section 7.5
to write brief notes on the four factors that can affect the yield of a
chemical reaction


Homework

complete the
following to practice Percent Yield calculations
(you do not need to
print out these sheets  just do them on lined paper)

complete the
following problems to practice Stoichiometry calculations:

Start Working on the Unit 3 Review
WB 103 (omit #4,5,6) (answers)

Assessment

complete the
Stoichiometry Quiz
on
Google
Classroom

Mar
11
Per 1 AM
Per 2 PM 
Stoichiometry  Limiting Reactant




Homework

Web
Links:

Assessment

complete the
Limiting Reactant Quiz
on
Google Classroom

Mar
12
Per 1 PM
Per 2 AM 
Stoichiometry
Lab 


Amount of
Reactant in Excess Calculations:

Stoichiometry Lab

complete the Stoichiometry Lab Observations and Lab Procedure Flowchart


Homework

Assessment

complete the
Stoichiometry Lab Prelab
on
Google Classroom

Mar 15
Per 1 PM
Per 2 AM 
Stoichiometry Lab Analysis
Stoichiometry  Review
Intro to Solutions 
8.2
Solutions and their Characteristics



Homework
 Try some
of the following Test Review Questions

Assessment

complete the
Stoichiometry Lab Analysis
on
Google Classroom

Mar 16
Per 1 PM
Per 2 AM 
Stoichiometry
Test 



Assessment

complete the
Concepts Test
on
Google Classroom

complete the
Stoichiometry Test
on
Google Classroom

Homework

What happens when compounds dissolve?

Watch this
video that explains what happens when
ionic and molecular compounds dissolve in water

Watch this
video that explains the dissociation
process for ionic compounds

Complete
WB 108 using this
SlideShow
or using TB Section 8.3
