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10/23/17 Happy Mole Day!

posted by Kelly Allen

Journal: Free day! Write, write, write! Turn in your 4 journal entries for the week.Write a mole pun to celebrate Mole Day! Make it as abominamole as possible!

Class: Mole Day scavenger hunt

HW: Test #2 Fri. 10/27 (see Key Words and Concepts sheet in Notes and Handouts)
Types of Reactions and Single Replacement labs due Thurs. 10/26
More Practice Writing Equations due Mon .10/23

10/20/17

posted Oct 20, 2017, 8:24 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Free day!  Write, write, write!  Turn in your 4 journal entries for the week.

Class: Single Replacement lab
More Practice Writing Equations practice

HW: Test #2 Fri. 10/27 (see Key Words and Concepts sheet in Notes and Handouts)
Types of Reactions and Single Replacement labs due Thurs. 10/26
More Practice Writing Equations due Mon .10/23

10/18/17

posted Oct 18, 2017, 9:16 AM by Kelly Allen   [ updated Oct 20, 2017, 12:22 PM ]

Journal: Explain why the products predicted in these reactions are incorrect
1. 2KCl + F2 à 2KF + 2Cl
2. Sn(NO3)2 + NaCl à SnCl + Na(NO3)2
3. Al + O2 à O2Al
4. CH4 + O2 à 2H2O + C 

Class: Go over homework
Notes on Activity Series
Work on pre-lab (see 10/18 attachment)

HW: Test #2 Fri. 10/27 (see Key Words and Concepts sheet in Notes and Handouts)
Single Replacement pre-lab due TOMORROW (see 10/18 attachment)

10/17/17

posted Oct 17, 2017, 7:42 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Fred was absent from Chemistry class yesterday. Write an explanation that explains to him how to correctly predict the products of a chemical reaction.

Class: Build-Your-Own Products activity

HW: Test #2 Fri. 10/27 (see Key Words and Concepts sheet in Notes and Handouts)

10/16/17

posted Oct 16, 2017, 9:25 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: How did you prepare for today’s quiz? Give me details.

Class: Nomenclature, Equation Writing, & Balancing quiz
Types of Reactions and Predicting Products practice

HW: Types of Reactions and Predicting Products practice due TOMORROW
Test #2 Fri. 10/27 (see Key Words and Concepts sheet in Notes and Handouts)

10/13/17

posted Oct 13, 2017, 10:23 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Free day!  Write, write, write!  Turn in your 5 journal entries for the week.

Class: Finish Types of Reactions lab and discuss
Continue Types of Reactions notes (see slides 8-9 of 10/11 attachment)

HW: Nomenclature, Equation Writing, & Balancing quiz Mon. 10/16
Test #2 Fri. 10/27 (see Key Words and Concepts sheet in Notes and Handouts)

10/12/17

posted Oct 12, 2017, 6:05 AM by Kelly Allen   [ updated Oct 12, 2017, 6:39 AM ]

Journal: Create a simple analogy for at least 4 of the 5 types of chemical reactions. Get creative!

Class: Types of Reactions lab (if you were absent, make sure to get your pre-lab stamped and to see the calendar for when to make-up the lab)

HW: Nomenclature, Equation Writing, & Balancing quiz Mon. 10/16
Test #2 Fri. 10/27 (see Key Words and Concepts sheet in Notes and Handouts)

10/11/17

posted Oct 11, 2017, 7:01 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Tell me how you felt about yesterday's activity. Were you frustrated? Did you enjoy the challenge? Etc. Explain your answer.

Class: Finish Classify Reaction Types for Yourself activity 
Notes on Types of Reactions (see slides 1-8 of 10/11 attachment)

HW: Nomenclature, Equation Writing, & Balancing quiz Mon. 10/16
Types of Reactions pre-lab (put all of the sections with asterisks in your lab notebook AND answer pre-lab questions) due TOMORROW (see 10/11 attachment)

10/10/17

posted Oct 10, 2017, 7:49 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Make a list of all of the things you have to remember when writing a chemical equation from a word equation. List as many things as you can think of.

Class: Go over Equation Writing practice
Begin Classify Reaction Types for Yourself activity (in-class activity; see Ms. Allen about how to make-up)

HW: Nomenclature, Equation Writing, & Balancing quiz Mon. 10/16

10/9/17

posted Oct 9, 2017, 7:57 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Rate your equation balancing ability on a 1-5 scale AND explain your rating.

1 = I couldn’t balance an equation even if it’s already balanced.
5 = I could balance an equation with a Q-tip balanced on my nose.

Class: Go over Balancing practice 
Go over Test #1
Notes on Equation Writing (see 10/9 attachment)
Writing Equations practice (see 10/9 attachment)

HW: Writing Equations practice (1-17 odd) due TOMORROW
Nomenclature, Equation Writing, & Balancing quiz Mon. 10/16

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