Grade 11 University Chemistry Homework Calendar

Chemical Reactions

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 Day

Topic

 

 Feb 22

 

   Day 1

 

Per 1 AM

 

Per 2 PM

Nomenclature Mind Map Due

Nomenclature Test

Intro to Chemical Reactions
Balancing Chemical Equations

   4.1 Introduction to Chemical Reactions 
  • Intro to Chemical Reactions
    • Complete the Intro to Chemical Reactions note WB 48  using this video
    •  (completed note)
    • Watch the following video introducing the five major types of reactions
       
  •  Intro to Chemical Equations and Balancing
    • Complete the note on WB 48a  using this video (completed note)
    • Watch the following videos if you need  to review:
      • balancing basics (video)
      • balancing advanced (video)
         
  • Determining States of Elements and Compounds
  • Homework
    • Balancing Practice - WB 49-51
      • Section 1 - Try a Few
      • Section 2 - Do every second one at least
        •  (WB 49 2 (l) (this is an optional challenge question)
      • Section 3 - start on this - do every second one
        • (WB WB 51 (o) is an extra challenge questions -  don't worry if you can't get it! - here is a video with an explanation of how to do it)
      • check answers
         
  • Assessment
    •  Complete the Nomenclature Test on Google Classroom
       
  • Web Resources:

  Feb 23

 

   Day 2

 

Per 1 PM

 

Per 2 AM

 Synthesis Reactions

 Decomposition Reactions

   4.2 Synthesis and Decomposition reactions

 

  • Synthesis Reactions
  • Decomposition Reactions
    • Watch this video to complete the Decomposition Reactions note on WB 56
       

  • Homework
    • TB 204 #1,3-6 (answers)
    • TB 161 #1-2(omit c), 4, 7,8 (answers)
    • Balancing Practice - Complete WB 49-51 (complete the remaining questions in section 2-3)
       
  • Assessment
    •  Complete the Balancing Quiz on Google Classroom
       
  • Web Links (these are examples of synthesis & decomposition:

    • the reaction of magnesium oxide with water video

    • the reaction of sulfur with oxygen video

    • decomposition of metal carbonates video

    • decomposition of metal chlorates video

 Feb 24

 

   Day 3

 

Per 1 AM

 

Per 2 PM

 

Single Displacement Reactions  4.4 Single Displacment Reactions

 

  • Single Displacement Reactions
    • Watch this video that goes through the different types of Single Displacement reactions and how to predict if they occur
  • Homework
    • WB 60 (answers)
    • TB 169 #2-4, 7, 9 (Try #1 for extra practice) (answers)
    • Make your own study note for this unit (not marked)
       
  • Assessment
    •  Per 1 - Complete the Metal Reactivity Lab on Google Classroom


     

  Feb 25

 

   Day 4

 

Per 1 AM

 

Per 2 PM

  Double Displacement Reactions

 4.6 Double Displacment Reactions
  • Homework
    • Ions in DD reactions WB 62a (answers)
    • Completing DD Reactions - WB 63 (check your answers using this Google Slide
    • Try some of the following text questions:
      • TB 177 #5-7 (try 2-4 for extra practice) (answers)
      • TB. 211 #1, 3-5 (try 2,6 for extra practice) (answers)
         
    • Start on Review
  • Assessment
    •  Complete the SD/DD Quiz on Google Classroom

 Feb 26

 

   Day 5

 

Per 1 PM

 

Per 2 AM

 Combustion Reactions

 5.1 Combustion of Hydrocarbons
  • Combustion Reactions

 

  • Homework
    • complete TB 197 #2,4,6-7 (answers)
       
    • Continue Review
  • Assessment
    •  Per 2 - Complete the Metal Reactivity Lab on Google Classroom

 Mar 1

 

Per 1 AM

 

Per 2 PM

 

Completing Reactions Assignment
Reactions Lab
Observations

Measurements in Chemistry

 
  • Measurements

 

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