CHEMISTRY ARCHIVE

SPRING 2016-2016


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Lab Notebook DUE Thursday!
  • List of labs...(coming today)

Tuesday, May 24

The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 8  
  • Lesson 8 - Roasting Your Master Roast
  • (Click "The Chemistry of Coffee" on the right hand side of this page)

  • Monday, May 23

    The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 7  
    • Lesson 7 - Cupping your first Roast
    • (Click "The Chemistry of Coffee" on the right hand side of this page)

    Friday, May 20

    The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 5  
    • Lesson 4 - Roasting Stages of Coffee
    • (Click "The Chemistry of Coffee" on the right hand side of this page)

    Thursday, May 19
    CHEMISTRY AND HONORS CHEMISTRY
    • Final Review:
      • A review sheet has been posted at the bottom of this page. At this point it only contains Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations but will continually be updated throughout this week.
      • Start at the top and work your way through making sure that you FULLY understand the concepts, topics and chemistry.
      • The Final will be a mix of questions and problems.

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    Wednesday, May 18
    1. **MUST BE COMPLETED TODAY** 
    The Murdock Trust - agency who has granted us funds (money) for our Chemistry class - has asked that each students take the following survey: 
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Partners_Student_Attitude_Post-Course_Survey_2015-16

    2. Student Council Elections - CLICK TO VOTE! -
    bit.ly/stuco16
    3. Independent Study Reports - Hand back, discuss
    Tests and paperwork - Hand back, discuss

    Teach me in 3.


    Tuesday, May 17

    The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 5  
    • Lesson 4 - Roasting Stages of Coffee
    • (Click "The Chemistry of Coffee" on the right hand side of this page for all lessons)

    Monday, May 16

    The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 4  
    • Lesson 5 - Chemicals in Coffee
    • (Click "The Chemistry of Coffee" on the right hand side of this page for all lessons)

    Friday, May 13

    The Murdock Trust - agency who has granted us funds (money) for our Chemistry class - has asked that each students take the following survey: 

    The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 3  
    • Lesson 3 - pH of Solutions Lab
    • (Click "The Chemistry of Coffee" on the right hand side of this page for all lessons)

    Thursday, May 12

    The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 2  
    • Lesson 2 - Introduction to pH
    • (Click "The Chemistry of Coffee" on the right hand side of this page for all lessons)

    Wednesday, May 11

    The Chemistry of Coffee - Day 1  

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    CHEMISTRY
    Introduction to the Mole

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    "I ain't afraid of no ghost" - Ghostbusters

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    Tuesday, March 29
               
                CHEMISTRY AND HONORS CHEMISTRY

    Thursday, March 24
               
                CHEMISTRY AND HONORS CHEMISTRY

    Tuesday, March 22
               
                HONORS
    • PreLab - Preparation of Esters
      • Lab Tomorrow - bring appropriate Lab Clothing
    CHEMISTRY
    • Work on TCOD3 (The Chemistry of Dot Dot Dot)
      • Final Report DUE TOMORROW: March 23, due at beginning of class. Do not print, share it with me via google docs - bealsc@billingsschools.org

    Monday, March 21
               
                HONORS
    • Lab Notebook - Post Labs and Conclusions
      • Lab Notebook Due tomorrow.
    CHEMISTRY
    • Work on TCOD3 (The Chemistry of Dot Dot Dot)
      • Final Report DUE: March 23, due at beginning of class. Do not print, share it with me via google docs - bealsc@billingsschools.org
      • Video DUE: March 30, in class. Must be in a video format (.MOV .MP4 .WMV . AVI are a few examples of extensions that will work)
    • Lab Notebook - Post Labs and Conclusions
      • Lab Notebook Due tomorrow.
    HONORS

    Friday, March 18
               
                HONORS
    • TEACH ME IN 3
    CHEMISTRY
    • Work on TCOD3 (The Chemistry of Dot Dot Dot)

    Thursday, March 17
               
                HONORS
    • TEACH ME IN 3
    CHEMISTRY
    • Work on TCOD3 (The Chemistry of Dot Dot Dot)

    Wednesday, March 16
               
                HONORS
    • Turn in Independent Study Report!
    • Work on TEACH ME IN 3 presentation
      • One slide - shared with me by tomorrow (if you want a slide - not required)
    CHEMISTRY
    • Work on TCOD3 (The Chemistry of Dot Dot Dot)
    • Checkup #3 DUE TONIGHT @ 11:59pm!
    ~New video to review the Types of Chemical Reactions~

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    Tuesday, March 15
        TEST over Chemical Reactions is today
               
                HONORS
    • When done, work on ISP
      • PRINTED Report DUE on WEDNESDAY!
    CHEMISTRY
    • Work on TCOD3 (The Chemistry of Dot Dot Dot)
    • Checkup #3 DUE WEDNESDAY @ 11:59pm!

    You think you know how much I like Hydrogen...but do you REALLY know?!

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    Monday, March 14
        TEST over Chemical Reactions is Tuesday, March 15
               
                HONORS
    • Grade Chapter Assessment (assigned Friday)
    • Fill out Notecard for Test tomorrow
    • Work on ISP
      • PRINTED Report DUE on WEDNESDAY!
    CHEMISTRY
      • Grade Chapter Assessment (assigned Friday)
      • Fill out Notecard for Test tomorrow
        Work on TCOD3 (The Chemistry of Dot Dot Dot)
      • Checkup #3 DUE WEDNESDAY @ 11:59pm!

      Friday, March 11
          TEST over Chemical Reactions is Tuesday, March 15
                 
                  HONORS
      • Chapter 8: Chemical Equations and Reactions
        • Chapter Review pg 290:
        • #1,7,10(f-g),11,15,16,24a,25c,27,35, P295 #1-9
      • Work on Independent Study Project - FINAL REPORT DUE Wednesday, March 16
      • TEACH ME IN 3: Three Minutes to Change the World!
      CHEMISTRY
      • Chapter 10: Chemical Reactions
        • Chapter Review
        • #60,61,63,75,78,79,84,88(a,b),89(a,b) p307 #1-8. 
      • Work on The Chemistry of ... - CHECKUP #2 (Steps 4 and 4a) DUE Monday at 7am!
      Thursday, March 10

      • Lab: Making Hot and Cold Packs
        • Absent? Lab must be made up by Monday at 4pm (because the test over this info is on Tuesday)

      Wednesday, March 9

      • Pre-Lab: Making Hot and Cold Packs
      • Honors
        • Independent Study Project
      • Regular Chemistry
        • The Chemistry of ...

      Tuesday, March 8
      • Lecture: Chemical Reactions 4: Types of Reactions

          • Honors read/notes Ch. 8 Sect. 2
          • Regular Chemistry read/notes Ch. 10.2
      • Assignment
        • See the two slides below for assignment questions:
      • Pre-Lab
        • See "Lab Hot and Cold Pack" at the bottom of this page
        • DUE Thursday at the beginning of class
      • HONORS
        • Work on Independent Study Project
        • FINAL REPORT DUE WEDNESDAY MARCH 16TH in class, PRINTED!
      • REGULAR CHEMISTRY
        • The Chemistry of ... project




      Monday, March 7
      • Lecture: Chemical Reactions 4: Types of Reactions
        • Sections completed: Synthesis Reactions, Combustion Reactions, Decomposition Reactions
        • Missed class? 
          • Honors read/notes Ch. 8 Sect. 2
          • Regular Chemistry read/notes Ch. 10.2
      • Assignment
        • Part 1: Combustion Reaction Assignment
          • Write the balance chemical equations and classify each reaction into as many categories as possible

            1.The solids aluminum and sulfur react to produce aluminum sulfide.
            2.The gases nitrogen dioxide and oxygen react to produce dinitrogen pentoxide gas.
        • Part 2: Decomposition Reaction Assignment
          • —If the compound has more than two elements you must be given one of the products
            The other product will be from the missing pieces
            1. NiCO3    -->  NiO + 2. H2CO3(aq) --> CO2 +

      Friday, March 4
      • Quiz: Post review
      • Paper hand back - check all grades with PowerSchool
      • Post-Lab: Calorimetry Calculations and Conclusion
        • See food labels below:



      Thursday, March 3
      • Lab: Calorimetry - Calories in Snack Foods

      Wednesday, March 2
      • Quiz: Balancing Chemical Equations
      • Work day:
        • HONORS - Independent Study Project
        • CHEMISTRY - The Chemistry of ...

      Tuesday, March 1
          
          Honors
      • Lecture: Balancing Chemical Equations (see video below)
        • Take notes
      • Assignment:
        • Part 1 Pg. 274 #1
        • Part 2 (see questions below)
          Chemistry
      • Lecture: Balancing Chemical Equations (see video below)
        • Take notes
      • Assignment:
        • Part 1 Pg. 282 #4
        • Part 2 (see questions below)
          Part 2 for Honors and Regular Chemistry:
      1. Liquid Bromine reacts with solid phosphorus (P4) to produce solid diphosphorus pentabromide
      2. Aqueous lead(II) nitrate reacts with aqueous potassium iodide to produce solid lead(II) iodide and aqueous potassium nitrate
      3. Solid carbon reacts with gaseous fluorine to produce gaseous carbon tetrafluoride
      4. Aqueous carbonic acid reacts to produce liquid water and gaseous carbon dioxide
      5. Gaseous hydrogen chloride reacts with gaseous ammonia to produce solid ammonium chloride
      6. Solid copper(II) sulfide reacts with aqueous nitric acid to produce aqueous copper(II) sulfate, liquid water, and nitrogen dioxide gas
      7. Gummy Bear Sacrifice Demo: Solid sucrose (C12H22O11) reacts with oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide and water
      8. Propane Fireball Cannon: Propane gas (C3H8) reacts with oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide and water
      9. Elephant Toothpaste: Liquid hydrogen peroxide decomposes with the help of a potassium iodide catalyst to form oxygen gas and water

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        Monday, February 29
            
            Pre-Lab: Soda Can Calorimeter (attached at bottom of this page)
        • Background section in your pre-lab should have all of the key terms (italicized in text) and important information - this is in place of pre-lab questions.
        • Pre-Lab DUE on Thursday when class starts.

        Friday , February 26
        • Incentive Day - all makeup work must be in by 3pm today
        • Have a great weekend!

        Thursday , February 25

        Gummy Bear Sacrifice Demo
        • On the last empty page of your lab notebook write "Demonstrations" at the top. This is here you will keep track of the demos we do. Write down all needed information at reaction information for each demo.
        • Copy the information below into the "Demonstration" page of your lab notebook
        Gummy Bear Sacrifice
        Solid Sodium Chlorate decomposes into solid Sodium chloride and Oxygen gas

        --write the skeleton equation for this reaction--

        Then, Sugar (solid sucrose) reacts with the Oxygen gas to form Carbon dioxide and Water in a combustion reaction releasing heat and light.

        --write the skeleton equation for this reaction--


        Lecture: Chemical Reactions 1 - Introduction & Chemical Reactions 2 - Writing Skeleton Equations
        Assignment:
        HONORS
        • Pg. 268 #1,2,3
        • Pg. 294 #1,2
        CHEMISTRY
        • Pg. 282 #4,5,6
        • Pg. 304 #71,72

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        Wednesday , February 24

        HONORS
        ISP Guinea Pig Day / ISP Work Day
        • Participant requests
          • Peder Rickbeil - Please take the following Food Survey
          • Kali Ann Taylor - Please take the following Survey ONLY if you currently attend or have attended Faith Chapel or SixSixt (Youth Group)
        CHEMISTRY
        • The Chemistry of ... (TCOD3) work day (click the link in the right margin of this page for instructions)
        • Steps 1,2,3 due TONIGHT at 11:59pm

        Tuesday , February 23

        Lecture: Chemical Reactions 1 - Introduction & Chemical Reactions 2 - Writing Skeleton Equations
        Assignment:
        HONORS
        • Pg. 268 #1,2,3
        • Pg. 294 #1,2
        CHEMISTRY
        • Pg. 282 #4,5,6
        • Pg. 304 #71,72

          Monday , February 22

          Intro to Chemical Reactions
          • Video: Secret Earth - Yellowstone Supervolcano
          Test Make-up

            Friday , February 19

            Test: Covalent Bonding

              Thursday , February 18

              HONORS
              • TEST TOMORROW: Covalent Bonding (Chapter 6)
                • You may use the provided 3X5 notecard
                • Everything must be hand-written
                • Put you name on the card
                • Both sides? Yes.
              • Today's Assignment:
                • Chapter 6: Ch. Assessment
                • pg 209 #11,16,23,24c,33,48a-d,49a-c,54
                • Due Tomorrow.
              • Study Help:
              CHEMISTRY
              • TEST TOMORROW: Covalent Bonding (Chapter 9)
                • You may use the provided 3X5 notecard
                • Everything must be hand-written
                • Put you name on the card
                • Both sides? Yes.
              • Assignment:
                • Chapter 9: Ch. Assessment
                • #72,78,81,85,92,94,96,98,99,100,102,105ad,112,113.
                • Due Tomorrow.
              • Study Help:
              Wednesday , February 17

              HONORS
              • ISP Checking #1 Due at 11:59pm
              • Covalent Bonding - Molecular Geometry horse race
              CHEMISTRY
              • The Chemistry of ... Step 1 and 2 due today
              • Covalent Bonding - Molecular Geometry horse race

              Tuesday , February 16

              HONORS
              • Independent Study Projects
                • Background research (continued)
                • Methods (finalized)
                • Data collection (started)
              • Do not waste even one moment of this day or there will not be in-class time granted to work on this project. We will be scrambling to get back on track when I return and would like for you to have more class time to work on this - but not if we aren't using our time wisely...
              CHEMISTRY
              • Project: The Chemistry of ...
                • Click the link to the right under "Chemistry Links" 
                • Click on "The Project" and follow the instructions for Step 1 - Step 3
                • Spend your time finishing Step 1, Step 2 and Step 3 (the due date for Step 3 is listed on the site)
                • Do not waste even one moment of this day or there will not be in-class time granted to work on this project. We will be scrambling to get back on track when I return and would like for you to have more class time to work on this - but not if we aren't using our time wisely...

              Friday, February 12- Monday February 15
              • NO SCHOOL

              Thursday , February 11

              HONORS
              • Assignment: Chapter 6 - Covalent Molecules
                • pg 177 #3
                • pg 199 Practice Problems #1-3
                • pg 201 Practice Problems #1,2
                  • DUE Tuesday
              • Horse Race Game: Models and VSEPR
              CHEMISTRY
              • Assignment: Chapter 9 - Covalent Molecules
                • Ch 9 #49-57, 69, 70 
                  • DUE Tuesday
              • Horse Race Game: Models and VSEPR

              Wednesday , February 10

              HONORS
              • Quiz: Naming Molecules, Acids, Oxyacids
              • Read/Notes: Ch 6.1, 6.4, 6.5 (write chart on pg 200 in notes)
              CHEMISTRY
              • Quiz: Naming Molecules, Acids, Oxyacids
              • Read/Notes: Ch 9.4,9.5 (write chart on pg 260 in notes)

              Tuesday, February 9
              • Lab: Valentine's Day Lab


              Monday, February 8
              • Pre-lab: Valentine's Day Lab (attached below)
                • Due tomorrow

              Friday , February 5

              HONORS
              • ISP - work
              • Expo - Paperwork Finalized
                • The Expo has extended their deadline until the end of next week. Let me know if you are interested and I will get the paperwork.
              CHEMISTRY
              Thursday , February 4

              HONORS
              • DUE: Book assignment from yesterday
              • Worksheet: Naming Binary Molecules
                • Check answers on front table
              • Worksheet: Naming Acids
                • Check answers on front table
              • Both worksheets DUE on Monday
              • ISP:
                • DUE Tonight: Hypothesis and Adult Mentor
                • DUE Tomorrow in class: Methods
              CHEMISTRY
              • DUE: Book assignment from yesterday
              • Worksheet: Naming Binary Molecules
                • Check answers on front table
              • Worksheet: Naming Acids
                • Check answers on front table
              • Both worksheets DUE on Tomorrow

              Wednesday, February 3

              HONORS
              • ISP:
                • ISP: FINAL Testable Question / Engineering Solution DUE TODAY
                • ISP: Background Research (Due Wednesday)
                • ISP: Hypothesis and Adult Mentor (Due Thursday)
                • ISP: Methods (Due Friday)
              • Lecture: Covalent Bonding 3 - Naming Molecules, Acids, and Oxyacids
              • Assignment (DUE Thursday):
                • Pg 229 #1,2; Pg 231 #2,3,4
              CHEMISTRY

              Tuesday, February 2

              HONORS
              • DUE: Lewis Dot Structures Worksheet #1 (all)
              • ISP:
                • ISP: FINAL Testable Question / Engineering Solution DUE TODAY
                • ISP: Background Research (Due Wednesday)
                • ISP: Hypothesis and Adult Mentor (Due Thursday)
                • ISP: Methods (Due Friday)
              • Lecture: Covalent Bonding 3 - Naming Molecules, Acids, and Oxyacids
              • Assignment (DUE Thursday):
                • Pg 229 #1,2; Pg 231 #2,3,4
              CHEMISTRY
               

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              Monday, February 1

              HONORS
              • Assignment: Lewis Dot Structures Worksheet #1 (17-the end) DUE TOMORROW
              • Lab: Post Lab Questions and Conclusion
              • ISP: Background Research
              CHEMISTRY
              • Assignment: Lewis Dot Structures Worksheet #1 (17-the end) DUE TOMORROW
              • Lab: Post Lab Questions and Conclusion
              Friday, January 29

              HONORS and CHEMISTRY
              • Lab: Chemical Bonds

              Thursday, January 28

              HONORS
              • Lab is Tomorrow
                • Lab notebook, appropriate shoes
              • Assignment: Lewis Structure Worksheet #1
                • Attached at the bottom of the page
                • Due Tomorrow
              • ISP: Background Research - continue...
              CHEMISTRY
              • Lab is Tomorrow
                • Lab notebook, appropriate shoes
              • Assignment: Lewis Structure Worksheet #1
                • Attached at the bottom of the page
                • Due Tomorrow

              Wednesday, January 27

              HONORS
              • Pre-Lab: Chemical Bonding Lab 
                • Two attachments at the bottom of this page (Pre-Lab and Lab)
              • ISP: Testable Question DUE
                • Visit with me if you have questions
              • ISP: Background Research DUE Wednesday 2/1
              CHEMISTRY
              • Pre-Lab: Chemical Bonding Lab
                • Two attachments at the bottom of this page (Pre-Lab and Lab)
                • All pre-lab portions of lab must be completed by tomorrow.
                • Lab Notebook requirements? Click the link in the right margin of this page.

              Tuesday, January 26

              HONORS
              CHEMISTRY

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              Monday, January 25

              HONORS
              CHEMISTRY

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              • ASSIGNMENT:
                • Chapter 9 #1-12 - DUE TOMORROW


              Friday January 22
              1. Ionic vs Covalent Bonds Chart
                • Complete this in your notes (copy the sheet attached at the bottom of this page)
              2. Lecture: Ionic Bonds - Diatomic Molecules
              3. Lecture: Covalent Bonding 2.1 - Drawing Lewis Structures - The Rules (watch video below and take notes)
              4. HONORS ASSIGNMENT
                • Independent Study Projects will be introduced next week but I want you to starting thinking about them now. Think of "I Wonder..." statements over the weekend and see if you can start to think of a testable question that you could build an experiment to answer. (ex. Can I build a device to remotely open and close window shades? Which type of moss would be best on the international space station because it is better at CO2 consumption and O2 production compared to another? Does the nutrition of a tomato change as it ripens? etc). 

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              Thursday January 21
              • Quiz: Ionic Bonding (see me if you missed the quiz)
                • Quiz Re-Take: Monday before/after school or during lunch
              • Lecture: Introduction to Covalent Bonding
                • Miss class? See video below:

              Wednesday January 20
              • Welcome and Introductions
              • Bring Book, Lab Notebook, Periodic Table and Calculator - everyday
              • Assignment (review from last semester)
                • Compound Naming Race Worksheet (attached at the bottom of this page)
                • Check answers at front table
                  • Due Tomorrow

              Tuesday January 19th
              • Welome to Second Semester Chemistry 
              • Welcome Back If Your Returning 
              • We will be completing a fun activity see (Milk Inquiry Lab attached at bottom)


              Monday January 18th
              • NO SCHOOL ENJOY THE DAY OFF 

              FALL 2016-2017

              ~Final Reviews are now available~
              ~Finals: January 12,13 2017~
              January 9 - Monday
              1. HONORS Only: TCOD3
                • Reports
                  • Picture?
                  • Final Report?
                  • Double Check.
                • Videos
                  • Videos due today - no exceptions.
              2. Final Review

              Update from Las Vegas!
              Watch Invisible Labs with Craig Beals, live from CES in Las Vegas! 
              -THURSDAY, JANUARY 5 at 2:15pm MST.
              -FRIDAY, JANUARY 6 at 4:30pm MST.
              -SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 at 1:15pm MST.
              Watch at the link below. (Times subject to change)

              January 6 - Friday
              Incentive Day

              January 5 - Thursday
              Lab Final

              January 4 - Wednesday
              Post test review
              Assignment (see yesterday's assignment)

              January 3 - Tuesday
              WELCOME BACK! HAPPY 2017!
              1. (HONORS ONLY) The Chemistry of ... (Report due at 7:59am this morning)
                • Videos due Monday, January 9
                  • Must be in video format (.mov .mp4 .mv4 .wmv etc)
                  • In video editing software click "share" or "export" to turn it into a video
                  • Getting it to Beals?
                    • Put it on a USB drive
                    • Drop it in Drive and Share it with bealsc@billingsschools.org
                    • On your iPhone? Can share via AirDrop
              2. Lab Notebooks Due Thursday, January 5
              3. Lab Final is Thursday, January 5
              4. Lecture: Covalent Bonding - Naming Acids
              5. Practice Problems
                • HONORS: Chapter 7 - Chemical Formulas: p231 #1-4; p235 #1,2
                • CHEMISTRY: Chapter 9.2 - Covalent Bonding: p249 #13-17; p250 #18-22

              December 23 - January 2: Winter Break

              December 22 - Thursday
              1. Ornament Lab Pre-Lab and Day 2of lab (complete lab)
              December 21 - Wednesday
              1. Ornament Lab Pre-Lab and Day 1 of lab (Tape and cut)

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              December 20 - Tuesday
              1. Lecture: Covalent Bonding 3: Naming Molecules, Acids and Oxyacids
                • Gone Today? Watch and take notes

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              December 19 - Monday

              HONORS
              1. The Chemistry of ... - Video requirements / Step 4,5,6,7

              CHEMISTRY
              1. Lecture: Covalent Bonding 2.3 - Lewis Structures with Multiple Bonds
              2. Lecture: Covalent Bonding 2.4 - Lewis Structures with Resonance Hybrids
                • Miss class today? Watch the lecture videos and take notes.

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              December 16 - Friday
              1. No School - SNOW DAY!

              December 15 - Thursday
              1. Lecture: Covalent Bonding #2.1 - Drawing Lewis Structures - The Rules
              2. Lecture: Covalent Bonding #2.2 - Lewis Structures of Polyatomic Ions
                • Miss class today? Watch the video lectures below and take notes.

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              December 14 - Wednesday

              1. Lecture: Covalent Bonding #1 - Introduction

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              December 13 - Tuesday

              HONORS CHEMISTRY
              1. The Chemistry of ... (continue with STEP 3, 4 and 5)
              CHEMISTRY
              1. Video: Hunting the Elements
                • Video questions worksheet is posted at the VERY BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE (click the name to download)

              December 12 - Monday

              HONORS CHEMISTRY
              1. The Chemistry of ... (continue with STEP 3, 4 and 5)
              CHEMISTRY
              1. Video: Hunting the Elements
                • Video questions worksheet is posted at the VERY BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE (click the name to download)

              December 9 - Friday

              HONORS CHEMISTRY
              1. The Chemistry of ... (continue with STEP 3, 4 and 5)
              CHEMISTRY
              1. Pre-Lab: Ionic Formulas Lab - DUE MONDAY

              December 8 - Thursday

              TEST: Periodic Lab and Ionic Bonding

              December 7 - Wednesday

              Continue work from yesterday
              TEST Tomorrow!

              December 6 - Tuesday

              HONORS CHEMISTRY
              1. Radon? Checkout / Checkin - enter data into database at the link to the right -->
              2. Laptops? SHUT THEM DOWN! PLUG THEM IN! IT ISN'T HARD! 
              3. Phones away - the distraction is out of control!
              4. Music? No, unless you have a 75% or higher in class, then you may listen to your own music!
              5. Read/Notes 
                • Chapter 6.4: Metallic Bonding
                • Read/Notes: p195-196 and p208 (Only: Intro to Chemical Bonding, Ionic Bonding and Ionic Compounds, Metallic Bonding)
              6.  The Chemistry of ... click link at the right -->
                • Complete Step 1 and Step 2 - DUE WEDNESDAY at 7:59am!
              7. Test Review
                • Chapter 5 - Periodic Law
                  • p166 #4,6,8,9,11,13,14,17,19,22,24,27,28,30,32,37 & p171 Standardized Test Prep
                • Chapter 6 - Chemical Bonding
                  • p209 #3,6(acdeg),25,26,28(ac),29,30,31,32,56
              8. Study for test
                • Read notes - understand them - know them - love them
                • Examine book - look for key terms
                • Read Chapter Summaries for Chapter 5 and 6 (FYI: we did not cover all of chapter 6, just ionic bonding)
                • Check your answers on everything!
                • Ask questions, lots of questions!
              CHEMISTRY
              1. Laptops? SHUT THEM DOWN! PLUG THEM IN! IT ISN'T HARD! 
              2. Phones away - the distraction is out of control!
              3. Music? No, unless you have a 75% or higher in class, then you may listen to your own music!
              4. Read/Notes 
                • Chapter 8.4: Metallic Bonds and Properties of Metals
                  • Read/Notes: p228-231 and p234 and p235
              5. Test Review
                • Chapter 6: The Periodic Table and Periodic Law
                  • p174 #31,45,50,57,59,62,63,64,72 & p177 Standardized Test Prep
                • Chapter 7 
                  • p206 #27,28,32,36,39,41
                • Chapter 8
                  • p236 #56,57,60,61,74,75,76,92 & p239 Standardized Test Prep
              6. Study for test
                • Read notes - understand them - know them - love them
                • Examine book - look for key terms
                • Read Chapter Summaries for Chapter 7 and 8
                • Check your answers on everything!
                • Ask questions, lots of questions!

              December 5 - Monday
              1. Lab: Gold Penny Lab
                • VOTING DAY!
              2. DUE: Formula Writing Worksheet 
                • If not completed you will not join us for the next lab. It will be a zero.
              3. Read/Notes: 
                • HONORS CHEMISTRY:
                  • Chapter 6.4: Metallic Bonding
                    • Read/Notes: p195-196 and p208 (Only: Intro to Chemical Bonding, Ionic Bonding and Ionic Compounds, Metallic Bonding)
                • CHEMISTRY:
                  • Chapter 8.4: Metallic Bonds and Properties of Metals
                    • Read/Notes: p228-231 and p234 and p235
              4. Chapter Review: Periodic Table and Ionic Bonding
                • HONORS CHEMISTRY:
                  • Start tomorrow, test Thursday?
                • CHEMISTRY:
                  • Start tomorrow, test Thursday?
              5. HONORS CHEMISTRY - THE CHEMISTRY OF... INTRODUCTION
                • All information for The Chemistry of ... is posted under "Chemistry Links" on the right-hand margin -->

              December 2 - Friday
              1. Lab: Gold Penny Lab
                • Finish Post Lab and Conclusion
              2. Finish Formula Writing Worksheet 
                • Due MONDAY - No exceptions - If not completed you will not join us for the next lab

              December 1 - Thursday

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              and search our weather station code: KMTBILLI90


              November 30 - Wednesday
              1. Lecture: Ionic Bonding
              2. Pre-Lab: Gold Penny Lab
                • Must have all parts of pre-lab completed (through the end of Data and Observations) before class starts on Tomorrow!
              3. Assignment DUE TOMORROW

              November 29 - Tuesday
              1. Pre-Lab: Gold Penny Lab
                • Must have all parts of pre-lab completed (through the end of Data and Observations) before class starts on Thursday!
              2. Assignment:

              November 28 - Monday
              1. Lecture: Ionic Bonding #2 
                • Miss class today? Watch the video below and take notes - Lecture ended after "Oxyanions"

              YouTube Video


              --THANKSGIVING BREAK!!!--

              November 22 - Tuesday
              (Only Honors #1-2) (All students #3-4)
              1. Radon Monitoring Project 
                • COMPLETE FROM YESTERDAY - DUE MONDAY - Complete after #2-4
                • Explain the Radon at Home portion of the project
                • Students complete the "Radon Information" portion. 
                • Sign up to take it home...
              2. Sign up on the following sheet (by Class Period) for the Radon Detector checkout.
              3. Spectral Lab Compar-A-Ton
                • Visit 3 other groups and compare their answers with yours. Defend your answers or collaborate and change your answers.
                • Put final answers on the form projected at the front.
              4. Lab Notebook Peer Evaluation
                • Complete the provided form
                • Write in the other student's lab notebook using a BLUE colored pencil
                • Below is a list of all labs we've completed this 6 week grading period
                • You may make corrections to your lab after the peer evaluation
                • Lab Notebooks will be due 
                  1. CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test
                  2. Atomic Spectra Lab
                    • For actual spectrum see the pdf at the bottom of this webpage
                  3. It's Element-Al
                  4. Surrounded by Science
              CHEMISTRY


              November 21 - Monday
              1. Radon Monitoring Project 
                • Explain the Radon at Home portion of the project
                • Students complete the "Radon Information" portion. 
                • Sign up to take it home...

              November 18 - Friday
              1. Incentive Day!

              November 17 - Thursday
              1. Lab: Surrounded by Science
                • PRESENTATIONS TODAY
              2. Lecture: Ionic Bonding - Introduction
                • Gone today? Watch the lecture video and the readings below (click for lecture video)
                  • Honors read 175-177 and 190-194 (take notes)
                  • Chemistry read: p. 210-220 (take notes)
              3. Assignment - DUE MONDAY - No Exceptions
                • Honors
                  • Read / notes p.190-194
                  • Assignment: p.177 #1-5; p.194 #1-3
                • Chemistry
                  • p. 214 #1-5; p. 220 #12-16

              November 16 - Wednesday
              1. Lab: Surrounded by Science
                • PRESENTATIONS TODAY
              2. Lecture: Ionic Bonding - Introduction
                • Gone today? Honors read 

              November 15 - Tuesday
              1. Lecture: Ionic Bonding - Introduction
              2. Lab: Surrounded by Science
                • Prep for presentation tomorrow

              YouTube Video



              November 14 - Monday
              1. Message from Midway (video)
              2. Lab Day 3: Surrounded by Science
                • Data Analysis - Conclusion - Presentation
                • Gone Friday?
                  • HONORS CHEMISTRY: Make a group. Develop a study you can do in 30 minutes (see lab sheet).
                  • CHEMISTRY: Join an existing group. Write Absent for DAY 2 in your lab. Help the group analyze data and prep for presentation.

              November 11 - Friday
              1. Lab Day 2: Surrounded by Science
                • We will be outside today - dress accordingly!

              November 10 - Thursday
              1. Lab Day 1: Surrounded by Science
                • We will be outside tomorrow - dress accordingly!


              Seriously! Isn't nature amazing!!! 
              (watch the video below)

              YouTube Video



              November 9 - Wednesday - ELECTION Results
              1. Quiz: Periodic Table and Periodic Trends

              The Chemistry of Halloween! (in case you missed it the first time)

              YouTube Video

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              1. Lecture: Periodic Trends - Ionization Energy and Electronegativity
                • Gone today? Read Periodic Table chapter and take notes
              2. Assignment DUE TOMORROW:
                • Honors Chemistry
                  • p143 #1; p146 #1,2; p149 Prac Prob #1; Sect Rev #2,5; p152 #1,2,3; p164 #1(draw per table trends)
                  • Visual Vocab [Word, Definition, Drawing to describe definition] (on same paper): 
                    • Ionization Energy, Anion, Cation, Valence Electrons, Electronegativity
                • Chemistry
                  • p158 #3,4,5; p162 #7,8,9,10,13; p165 #16,17;
                  • Visual Vocab [Word, Definition, Drawing to describe definition] (on same paper): 
                    • Ionization Energy, Anion, Cation, Valence Electrons, Electronegativity
              November 7 - Monday
              1. Lecture: Introduction to the Periodic Table Trends
                • Gone today? Read Periodic Table chapter and take notes.
              2. Scientific Naming Ceremony
                • Pick up your very own Periodic Table!
              November 4 - Friday
              November 3 - Thursday
              1. Lecture: Introduction to the Periodic Table
                • Gone today? Reach periodic table in book - take notes
              November 2 - Wednesday
              1. Lecture: Introduction to the Periodic Table
                • Gone today? Reach periodic table in book - take notes
              November 1 - Tuesday
              1. TEST Atomic Theory
              October 31 - Monday
              1. The Chemistry of Halloween!!!
              October 28 - Friday
              1. Continue test review: Atomic Theory (see yesterday for assignment)
              October 27 - Thursday
              1. TEST TOMORROW (Moved to Tuesday) - Atomic Theory: Nuclear Radiation, Light and Energy, Electrons, Electron Configuration, Lewis Dot Structures
              2. Assignment - Chapter Review - 
                  • DUE BEFORE THE TEST- Stop in anytime before the test to check your answers and get help.
                • Honors Chemistry
                  • Ch3 (pg 89) 1,6,7,8,11,19
                  • Standardized Test Pre (pg 93) #1,2,3,4,5,6,7,10,13
                  • Ch4 (pg 124) 1,4,6,8,10,11,12,13,18,34,35,37,48
                  • Standardized Test Prep (pg 129) All problems
                • Chemistry
                  • Ch4 #34,51,57,58,64ab,65ab,66,72
                  • Ch5 #30,33,34,38,39,61,65,66,67,68,71,76,78ab,79a-d,80all,81all

              October 26 - Wednesday
              1. Question and Answer (Q and A) session about Electron Configuration and Lewis Dot structures.
              2. Grade Assignment
              3. Turn in all assignments
              4. Prep for chapter review tomorrow.

              October 25 - Tuesday
              Now my son, my wife and I are all sick...
              1. I'd hoped to do these lectures in person so you could ask questions as we went but videos will have to do for now. Watch the three videos below and take notes. (Electron Configuration 1, Electron Configuration 2, and Lewis Dot Structures).
              2. Assignment: 
              Honors Chemistry: 
              • Chapter 4 p125 #26-32, 38,40
              Chemistry:
              • Chapter 5 p139-141 #18-23

              Latest Science Experiment - CO2 Cryo Gun!!

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              October 24 - Monday
              Sick today...
              1. Electron Configuration
                • Assignment: Due Tomorrow
                  • Honors Chemistry
                    • Visual Vocab (words below)
                    • Finish Wednesday's reading assignments
                  • Chemistry
                    • Visual Vocab (words below)
                    • Finish Wednesday's reading assignments
                • Visual Vocabulary words (fold paper length wise then letter style. This will give you 6 boxes on the front and 6 boxes on the back. Write the word in a box, the definition in your own words and a picture or diagram to describe the definition of the word. (Hence the name Visual Vocab).
                  • Electromagnetic Radiation
                  • Wavelength
                  • Frequency
                  • Amplitude
                  • Electromagnetic Spectrum
                  • Quantum
                  • Planck's Constant
                  • Photoelectric Effect
                  • Photon
                  • Atomic Emission Spectrum
              October 20,21 - Thursday-Friday
              • No School - Teacher conferences in Helena; Music Festival for students

              October 19 - Wednesday
              1. Post lab: Atomic Spectra Lab
                • Complete Post-Lab and Conclusion.
              2. Read/Notes (DUE TUESDAY of next week!)
                • Honors Chemistry
                  • Chapter 3 (pg 67-79)
                  • Chapter 21 Section 2-Section 3 (pg 685-696)
                  • "The Photoelectric Effect" pg 99-100 and pg 100-101
                • Chemistry
                  • Chapter 4.2-4.4 (pg 92-107)
                  • "The Quantum Concept" pg 122 and pg 126
              3. Post lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test

              October 18 - Tuesday
              1. Lecture: Quantum Mechanics (miss class? See readings on Wednesday October 19)

              October 17 - Monday
              1. Lab: Atomic Spectra Lab
                • Complete Post-Lab when done with lab.

              October 15 - Friday
              1. Pre-Lab: Atomic Spectra Lab
                • Due Monday
              2. Reading Notes (continued from earlier this week - see below)
                • Honors Chemistry:
                  • Chapter 3 (pg 67-79)
                  • Chapter 21 Section 2-Section 3 (pg 685-696)
                  • "The Photoelectric Effect" pg 99-100 and pg 100-101
                • Chemistry:
                  • Chapter 4.2-4.4 (pg 92-107)
                  • "The Quantum Concept" pg 122 and pg 126
              3. Post-Lab and Conclusion: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test

              October 14 - Thursday
              1. Lecture: Electrons and Light / Quantum Energy
                • Read/Notes:
                  • Honors Chemistry: "The Photoelectric Effect" pg 99-100 and pg 100-101
                  • Chemistry: "The Quantum Concept" pg 122 and pg 126

              October 13 - Wednesday
              1. Lecture: Electrons and Light
                • Gone today? Do the readings from yesterday and take notes...

              October 12 - Tuesday
              1. Read and take notes on Atomic Structure, Radiation, and Electrons
                • Honors Chemistry:
                  • Chapter 3 (pg 67-79)
                  • Chapter 21 Section 2-Section 3 (pg 685-696)
                • Chemistry
                  • Chapter 4.2-4.4 (pg 92-107)

              October 11 - Monday
              1. Pre-Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test (click for lab)
                • Wear appropriate shoes on Monday

              October 6 - Thursday
              1. Nuclear Reaction Worksheet
                • Check answers and turn in today
              2. Pre-Lab: CheMystery - Fireworks Flame Test (click for lab)
                1. DUE MONDAY - ALL portions of pre-lab must be done
                2. Wear appropriate shoes on Monday
                3. Periods 4,5 - YOU MUST LEAVE YOUR LAB NOTEBOOKS HERE SO I CAN GRADE THEM ON FRIDAY. FINISH THE PRE-LAB IN CLASS AND LEAVE YOUR LAB NOTEBOOK IN THE APPROPRIATE GREEN BIN AT THE FRONT OF CLASS. No lab notebook = no grade!

              October 5 - Wednesday
              1. Quiz Remediation - Get 'er done! (see Monday's assignments for info)
                • Must be done by Friday 3:00pm
              2. Lecture: Radiation and Radioactive Decay (see videos posted on Tuesday)
              3. Assignment: Nuclear Reaction Worksheet (click to view)

              October 4 - Tuesday
              1. All papers returned - Keep all papers until you confirm grade in grade book.
              2. Quiz grades
                • Did you score below an 80%? You are required to do the remediation below. Including videos or help, worksheet and quiz retake.
                • SEE INSTRUCTIONS FROM OCTOBER 3 - MONDAY
              3. Lecture: "Atomic Structure" and "Radiation and Radioactivity" - Videos posted below for review

              YouTube Video


              YouTube Video



              October 3 - Monday
              1. Quiz grades
                • Did you score below an 80%? You are required to do the remediation below. Including videos or help, worksheet and quiz retake.

              SIG FIG, METRICS, DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS QUIZ REMEDIATION
              **All remediation must be completed by 3:00pm this Friday (October 7)
              1. Evaluate your quiz and determine which areas you need help. Watch the video(s) below corresponding to where you need more help. Put the important information in your notes.
              2. Complete the Remediation Worksheet entirely.
              3. Check your answers. Get help if needed.
              4. Once completed, turn in the worksheet and show Mr. Beals your notes. This is proof that you have made an effort to remediate.
              5. Take the: Significant Figures, Metrics and Dimensional Analysis Remediation Quiz

              September 29/30 - October 3 Thursday / Friday / Monday

              1. Video: Einstein's Big Idea
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4vDGTYTCLo

              September 28 - Wednesday

              1. QUIZ: Significant Figures, Metrics and Dimensional Analysis


              September 27 - Tuesday

              1. Grade Dimensional Analysis Practice Problems (16-20)
              2. Quiz Prep: Questions, Clarification, etc - QUIZ TOMORROW
              3. Lab Notebook - FINISH IT - DUE TOMORROW

              September 26 - Monday

              1. How did it go last week here?  -  Boston - Awesome! (TV, Harvard, MIT, Duck Boats, Oysters....oh my)
              2. Review Significant Figures
              3. Review Metrics
              4. Review Dimensional Analysis
              5. Dimensional Analysis Practice Problems Worksheet (click below)
              6. Quiz: Sig Figs, Metrics, Dimensional Analysis - Wednesday!


              September 23 - Friday

              1. Watch and Take Notes - Dimensional Analysis 2: Introduction to Metric Conversions
              2. Watch and Take Notes - Dimensional Analysis 3: Examples and Practice for Converting
              Dimensional Analysis 3: Examples and Practice for Converting Units
              3. Any remaining time should be used to FINISH post-lab and Conclusions

              • REMEMBER - ALL LABS, INCLUDING POST LABS AND CONCLUSIONS ARE DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK!

                  September 22 - Thursday

                  UPDATE- We didn't win the "Science Ambassador Award" last night at the Science and Media Awards. But I have had several conversations with PBS, National Geographic, and other stations about the possibility of making another Special on a different science topic. 
                  Have a great rest of the week! I look forward to getting back to the classroom with you on Monday!

                  1. Video: Secret Earth - Yellowstone Supervolcano

                  September 21 - Wednesday

                  1. Grade Worksheet - Metric Conversions
                    • Pass two people clockwise. Listen and look at answers. Give paper a percentage grade at the top.
                    • Hand back to owner to see grade.
                  2. Take Survey: Clean Air and Healthy Homes Project
                  • Click HERE to take the survey - click on 3pZUn under the "Unique Class Identifier" menu.
                  • We will be starting our Radon research project very soon - this is a pre-survey to see how much you learn during that unit.
                  3. All remaining time today is for students to work on their Post Lab and Conclusions for the Mixture Lab and Chromatography Lab

                  September 20 - Tuesday

                  1. Grade Worksheet - Significant Figures
                  • Pass two people clockwise. Listen and look at answers. Give paper a percentage grade at the top.
                  • Hand back to owner to see grade.
                  • Turn in at the front so grade can be entered in grade book

                  2. Watch and Take Notes - Dimensional Analysis 1: Introduction to Metric Conversions
                  3. Assignment
                    September 19 - Monday

                    1. Video Lecture - Significant Figures: Watch and Take Notes

                    2. Assignment - DUE TOMORROW

                    3. Chromatography Lab

                    • Post Lab and Conclusion (due at end of week)

                    4. Mixture lab

                    • Post Lab and Conclusion (due at end of week)

                    YouTube Video


                    September 16 - Friday
                    1. Mixture Lab - Continued
                    2. Post Lab: Chromatography Lab
                    3. Post Lab: Mixture Lab

                    September 15 - Thursday
                    1. Mixture Lab - Continued

                    September 14 - Wednesday

                    September 13 - Tuesday
                    1. Chromatography Lab
                    2. Pre-Lab: Mixture Lab

                    September 12 - Monday
                    1. Turn in Book Assignment
                    2. Lab Peer Evaluation: 
                    3. Sign up for Lab Sation
                      • Put both names on the piece of paper at the lab station. This is your PERMANENT lab station.
                    4. Pre-Lab: Chromatography Lab

                    September 9 - Friday
                    1. Post-Lab and Conclusion: Measurements and Instruments DUE MONDAY
                    2. When finished with Post-lab and Conclusion, complete book assignment DUE MONDAY
                      • Book Assignment 
                        • Honors
                          • Read/Notes P2-14
                          • Assignment p5 #1,2,4 p14 #1,2,3
                            • Complete sentences where needed
                        • Chemistry
                          • Read/Notes P1-9
                          • Assignment #1,2,3,5,6,7 and "What is Chemistry?" (complete sentence answer)

                    September 8 - Thursday
                    1. Lab: Measurements and Instruments
                    2. When finished with lab complete book assignment (DUE MONDAY)
                      • Book Assignment 
                        • Honors
                          • Read/Notes P2-14
                          • Assignment p5 #1,2,4 p14 #1,2,3
                            • Complete sentences where needed
                        • Chemistry
                          • Read/Notes P1-9
                          • Assignment #1,2,3,5,6,7 and "What is Chemistry?" (complete sentence answer)
                    3. When finished with book assignment complete "Post Lab Questions" from lab

                    September 7 - Wednesday
                    1. Lab: Measurements and Instruments (attached at bottom of this page)

                    September 6 - Tuesday
                    1. Lab Notebook Setup
                      • Follow the instructions on the "Lab Notebook Requirements" link on the right hand portion of this site.
                    2. Pre-Lab: "Measurements and Instruments Lab"
                      • Lab is attached at the bottom of this page as a .pdf
                      • Follow instructions in "Lab Notebook Requirements" for this lab format in your notebook
                        • Lab Title / Date
                        • Partner Name
                        • Purpose: Only one purpose for entire lab
                        • Background/Safety Concerns: 
                          • Background for entire lab (only need one)
                          • Safety concerns for each station (include this with each station procedure)
                      • Put a new heading for each station in this lab
                        • Procedure
                          • Need a summary for each station. This shows me that you have read it and are able to summarize the steps
                      • END PRE-LAB

                    September 2 - Friday
                    1. Quiz: Lab Equipment and Lab Safety
                    2. Book Checkout / Book Damage Report 
                      • Turn in Book Damage Report
                    3. Book Assignment (see instructions below)
                    4. General Math Review (grade / go over selected problems)
                    Book Assignment 
                        • Honors
                          • Read/Notes P2-14
                          • Assignment p5 #1,2,4 p14 #1,2,3
                            • Complete sentences where needed
                        • Chemistry
                          • Read/Notes P1-9
                          • Assignment #1,2,3,5,6,7 and "What is Chemistry?" (complete sentence answer)

                    September 1 - Thursday

                    **Quiz Tomorrow - Lab Equipment and Lab Safety**
                    **Due Tomorrow: Lab Safety Agreement, Open Disclosure, Photo Release**
                    **Due Tomorrow: Lab Notebooks - bring to class tomorrow**
                    1. Lab Equipment and Safety Walkthrough
                      • Take notes on sheet in preparation for tomorrow's Quiz
                    2. General Math Review (Grade and Questions)
                    3. Book Checkout
                    4. Books
                    Full piece of paper, with a heading: 
                      • Name, 
                      • Class, 
                      • Period, 
                      • BOOK NUMBER in top margin
                      • "Text book damage report"
                        • List and explain all damages so you don't get charged for them at the end of the year!
                        • Anything not included will be subject to fines.
                    1. Book Assignment 
                        • Honors
                          • Read/Notes P2-14
                          • Assignment p5 #1,2,4 p14 #1,2,3
                            • Complete sentences where needed
                        • Chemistry
                          • Read/Notes P1-9
                          • Assignment #1,2,3,5,6,7 and "What is Chemistry?" (complete sentence answer)

                    August 31 - Wednesday
                    1. General Math Review (continued)
                    2. Book Checkout
                    3. Full piece of paper, with a heading: 
                        • Name, 
                        • Class, 
                        • Period, 
                        • BOOK NUMBER in top margin
                        • "Text book damage report"
                          • List and explain all damages so you don't get charged for them at the end of the year!
                          • Anything not included will be subject to fines.
                      • Book Assignment 
                        • Honors
                          • Read/Notes P2-14
                          • Assignment p5 #1,2,4 p14 #1,2,3
                            • Complete sentences where needed
                        • Chemistry
                          • Read/Notes P1-9
                          • Assignment #1,2,3,5,6,7 and "What is Chemistry?" (complete sentence answer)
                    August 30 - Tuesday
                    1. www.BealsScience.com
                    2. www.School.BealsScience.com
                      • Chemistry Home
                    3. Meet "Batman" - TEDxBozeman - "Can Technology (re)Humanize Us?"
                      • Sign in on the iPad
                    4. Log off and Shut Down computer
                    5. Return computer to correct spot
                    6. Plug in computer with correctly numbered cord
                    7. Wrap up headphone cord and return headphones
                      • SEE VIDEO BELOW for help
                    8. General Math Review
                      • On your own - this is a pre-test of your knowledge to show you and I where you will need to focus your efforts in Chemistry

                    YouTube Video



                    August 29 - Monday
                    • About Me. About You....continued
                    • Logistics
                      • Open Disclosure - Round Robin
                        • Mug Shot
                        • Lab Safety
                        • Photo Release Form

                    August 26 - Friday
                    • Welcome to Chemistry 
                    • About Me. About You.


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