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  • General

    Academy Chemistry Adventure

    diving in
    Hello Fellow Scientists!

    Welcome to the of Chemistry! !
    Learning is actively
    engaging yourselves
    in exploring
    the unknown.
    How much you will learn
    depends on You.
    How active
    will you be
    in searching for new discoveries?
    I invite you now to join me
    as we dive into the depth
    for hidden treasures.




    Here are some helpful resources:

    Online_StopWatch Generic Class Schedule Course Description
    Online_Clock Course Syllabus Daily Assignments
    News Forum Grading Policy Project Rubric

    Virtual Textbook

    Chem Videos
    Poster Rubric
    Thursdays: Weekly current event article
    Helpful websites
    www.si.edu.hrw
    www.cnnfyi.com

    www.scilinks.org
    go.hrw.com


    Tardies: 3 tardies = 1 absence.
    Absences: 3 absences for any reason = transfer from this class to A+
    Brainless presence = absence

    Please tell me about yourself by taking this Interest Inventory

  • Topic 3

    Unit 2: Matter and Energy
    First Semester Week 3:  What was the last meal?


    colloidsSPI 3221.2.1 Distinguish among elements, compounds, solutions, colloids, and suspensions.

    SPI 3221.2.2 Identify properties of a solution: solute and solvent in a solid, liquid or gaseous solution; procedure to make or determine the concentration of a solution in units of ppm, ppb, molarity, molality, percent composition, factors that affect the rate of solution, and colligative properties. Ch. 13 , 14-2

    SPI 3221.2.3 Classify a solution as saturated, unsaturated, or supersaturated based on its composition and temperature and a solubility graph.


    Daily Activities/ Notes
    Week's Assignments
    Videos

    S1W3D1: Tuesday Jan 19

    *elements, compounds, solutions, colloids, and suspensions

    *saturated, unsaturated, or supersaturated based on its composition and temperature

    Ch 1 SR p. 18, 24. p. 26, # 9 - 15, 20

    Ch. 13 SR 13-1, 13-2. p. 400, 110
    vocab on p.419 for 13-1, 13-2
    p. 420 # 1 - 9
    BillNyeSolidLiquidGas
    dissolve music video
    electrolytes
    immiscible liquids (english girls)



    instruction for making sodium acetate

    S1W3D2: Wednesday Jan 20

    *solid, liquid, gas in terms of energy and particle spacing

    Ch. 10-1 p. 306 SR
    Ch. 12 SR p. 366, 371, 382, 386
    Ch. 12 vocab p. 387 for 12-1, 12-2, 12-3, 12-4
    p. 388 # 1-17


    freeze water.. in 2 sec
    freezing water explained

    S1W3D3: Thursday Jan 21

    *colligative property --make ice cream

    Ch. 14 section reviews p. 433, 446
    vocabulary terms p. 447
    p. 447-448 # 3- 13

    (Ch. 14-2 # 1, p. 448 # 8, 10 -12)





    S1W3D4: Friday Jan 22


    --catch-up. Complete all the assigned book work above. Turn in at the end of class.
    metacafe..lab ideas

    S1W3D5:

    *physical, chemical, or nuclear

    *heat and temperature changes in chemical and physical processes

    --catch-up.



    • Topic 4

      How can gas kill? Arson or accident?
      Unit 2: Matter and Energy
      First Semester Week 4
      chem
      SPI 3221.2.4 Classify a property of change in matter as physical, chemical, or nuclear.
      SPI 3221.2.5 Compare and contrast heat and temperature changes in chemical and physical processes.
      SPI 3221.2.6 Investigate similarities and differences among solids, liquids and gases in terms of energy and particle spacing.
      SPI 3221.2.7 Predict how changes in volume, temperature, and pressure affect the behavior of a gas.

      Daily Activities/ notes
      Weekly Assignments
      Videos

      S1W4D1: Mon Jan 25

      *Compare and contrast heat and temperature changes in chemical and physical processes.

      p. 10 -18 p. 18 SR
      , ,
      , Atom: nuclear

      S1W4D2: Tues Jan 26

      *changes in volume, temperature, and pressure affect the behavior of a gas.

      ch. 12 p. 388 # 1-17
      :s, l, g,


      S1W4D3: Wed. Jan 27 Unit 2 Test gas behavior,
      kinetic energy of gas,
      temp/ pressure of gas

      S1W4D4: Thurs Jan 28

      Project time/ Review
      S1W4D5: Fri. Jan 29
      Project
      Review


      Final Exam science project Due

      *Final Exam

      poster rubric,
      game rubric
      test rubric







      • Topic 5

        Unit 2: Matter and Energy

        First Semester Week 5

        Daily Activities/ Notes
        Week's Assignments
        Videos

        S1W4D1: Mon. Feb. 1



        S1W4D2: Tues. Feb. 2



        S1W4D3: Wed. Feb. 3



        S1W4D4: Thurs. Feb.4


        S1W4D5: Fri. Feb. 5



        • Topic 8

          Unit 3: Interactions of Matter
          Second Semester Week 1

          SPI 3221.3.1 Analyze ionic and covalent compounds in terms of how they form, names, chemical formulas, percent composition, and molar masses.
          ionic

          covalent
          Daily agenda/ activity
          Assignments
          Videos/ resource
          S2W1D1: Mon Feb.8
          ~ionic formula, naming
          ~legos
          Ch. 7 p. 207, 209, 211 practice problems





          S2W1D2: Tues Feb. 9
          ~molecular compound
          p. 235 # 6, 7, 8, 10, 11
          Alkali Alkaline Earth poem
          (make-up) p. 235 # 1 - 11

          S2W1D3: Wed. Feb.10

          ~molar mass
          ~review
          Naming Chart
          Ch. 7-1 p. 203-233 SR p.215, 228 #1, 2
          p. 236 # 24, 25, 26, 31, 32, 43, 44, 48


          ch. 6 p. 161 -163 SR p. 163
          S2W1D4: Thurs. Feb. 11


          S2W1D5: Fri. Feb. 12
          Week's quiz




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            Topic 9

            Unit 3: Interactions of Matter
            Second Semester Week 2

            singleSPI 3221.3.2 Identify the reactants, products, and types of different chemical reactions: composition, decomposition, double replacement, single replacement, combustion.

            SPI 3221.3.3 Predict the products of a chemical reaction.

            SPI 3221.3.4 Balance a chemical equation to determine molar ratios.
            SPI 3221.3.5 Convert among the following quantities of a substance: mass, number of moles, number of particles, molar volume at STP.




            Daily Activity/ Notes
            Assignment
            Videos
            S2W2D1
            ~types of reactions
            ~balancing equation, parts of an equation
            Ch. 8 SR 1, 2 p. 254, 264

            S2W2D2 Tuesday Feb.16
            ~practice
            Ch. 8 p. 269 #1 - 13, 18, 19, 20, 22, 4, 28

            S2W2D3 Wednesday Feb. 17
            ~mole to mole, molar mass, particles, volume
            Ch. 9 1, 2 SR p. 277, 287

            S2W2D4 Thursday Feb. 18 Week's Quiz

            S2W2D5 Friday Feb. 19 Aquarium fieldtrip 8:30 -11:30
            p. 241 ~267 p. 269 # 1 ~ 36

            • Topic 11

              Unit 3: Interactions of Matter
              Second Semester Week 4

              SPI 3221.3.7 Classify substances as acids or bases based on their formulas and how they react with various indicators.
              SPI 3221.3.8 Describe radioactive decay through a balanced nuclear equation and through an analysis of the half-life concept.


              Daily Activity/ Notes
              Assignment
              Videos

              S2W4D1 Monday March 1

              ~ID acid/Base

              Acids/ Bases ch. 15 p.453 -462 sr p.462
              p. 477 # 1- 7, 17 ~ 20
              Water/ Acid videos

              online kitchen chemistry
              S2W4D2 Tuesday March 2

              S2W4D3 Wednesday March 3
              Radioactive Decay

              S2W4D4 Thursday March 4

              S2W4D5 Friday March 5 Nuclear energy ch. 22 p. 723 # 1- 24




              • Topic 13

                Academy lessons 2009
                • Topic 14

                  Life Science
                  ScienceJournal
                  Resources
                  animal kingdom
                  Animal Kingdom Powerpoint.
                  Kingdom Website

                  Cell Organelles
                  Explore cells Cartoon
                  * Animal Cells
                  * Plant Cells
                  * More youtubes:
                  ~~


                  Classifications:assignments
                  1LS * What are you? Classify yourself under KPCOFGS.
                  2LS *Class and Phylum of the Animal Kingdom
                  3LS *
                  AnimalTaxonomiClass Worksheet
                  4LS * ProConPosers Worksheet
                  5LS * Food Chain

                  rabbit
                  Organs (4.21)
                  * dissecting rabbit... identify the organs

                  * Organs worksheet. (4.21 standard)





                  ~~~~~~~~~~
                  Salmon:
                  Daily Fish Journal
                  salmon

                  Reproduction (4.20)
                  1. Sexual vs. Asexual Reproduction

                  Read about sexual and asexual reproduction. Does salmon undergo sexual or asexual?

                  Plant

                  or Sexual Reproduction Video

                  • Topic 15

                    Science Projectfireball
                    The most fun part of science is in conducting experiments. As part of the curriculum, all of you will be conducting a science fair project.
                    This is where you will learn how to conduct a #1 science project.


                    When you finish the science project lesson, I want you to write your science paper here in the following sections: title page, background, variables & hypothesis, method & planning, Data Collection & Data Processing, Conclusion, Evaluation, References.

                    Upload your drawing or any other relevant files if you have one.


                    I MUST approve of the above entries before you can begin your project.

                    Follow the lessons below then take the quiz to pass these standards.

                    Level 3 Lesson and Quiz
                    Level 4 Lesson and Quiz

                    • Topic 16

                      Physical Science wrestling
                      How do things move?
                      This past semester, we've learned about motion of matter. Specifically, we learned about Newton's Laws of Motion through
                      watching videos from youtube that are on my Wiki page.
                      Your assignment for this section was to create your multimedia presentation explaining Newton's Law via Wrestling and/ or Cheerleading.


                      I used this rubric to grade your presentation. A wiki page for Physics of Sports is created to share this lesson with others.

                      Part of this standard is to learn about the parts of a wave. After reading about waves, I wanted you to summarize what you read. Before taking the motions quiz, you also learned about electric forces and magnetic forces.
                      • Topic 18

                        EARTH SCIENCE
                        solar systemSolar System
                        * Solar Systtectonic movementem video
                        * Stars and Consellations
                        * stars
                        *planets
                        *
                        *Using star energy?
                        * Space walk (astronauts)





                        PLATE TECTONIC
                        1. Text: Plate Tectonic Section Review
                        2. Video: PlaTec

                        3.
                        4.
                        TecTonic Study Guide

                        GeoChemical Cycle
                        Resources and Worksheets
                        1.
                        GeoChemical Portfolio
                        2. Geo_Vocab
                        3. ID_Rocks
                        4. Weathering and Erosion Focus Questions
                        5. Rock Cycle Focus Questions

                        rock cycle
                        • Topic 19

                          Waves and ElectroMagnetic Fields Standard 3 and 4. 18, 19
                        • Topic 21

                          • Topic 22

                            • Topic 23

                              • Topic 24

                                • Topic 25