Chemistry Syllabus: January 2019
Why is this learning important?
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7 Welcome back!
DUE TODAY: 
LEARNING TARGET:
Define stoichiometry and composition stoichiometry
Given a chemical formula, calculate its percent composition
ENTRY TICKET:

• Ion quiz 6
IN CLASS:
• Intro to composition stoichiometry and percent composition

TO DO
:
Create a Semester 1 folder in your class folder. Put all work from last semester in the folder EXCEPT your website
STANDARD:

• C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter
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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
• Use the masses of water and anhydrous compound to find the mole ratio of water : compound

Given a chemical formula, calculate its percent composition

ENTRY TICKET:

• Calculate the molar mass of cupper sulfate, water, and  magnesium sulfate.

IN CLASS:
• Water of Hydration Lab data collection
TO DO
:
Complete calculations and analysis
STANDARD:

C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter
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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
• Use the masses of water and anhydrous compound to find the mole ratio of water : compound
Given a chemical formula, calculate its percent composition

ENTRY TICKET:

In your notes, sketch the drawing on the screen in for discussion later.
• Distinguish between mass and molar mass. Write an explanation of the difference, including examples.  Do this while heating your crucible.
IN CLASS:
Water of hydration data for MgSO4·XH2O
• Keep your calculations up to date while you work. Choose 2 polyatomic ions at your table and quiz each other while you are waiting on your crucible to heat or cool.
TO DO
:

STANDARD:

C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter
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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
Calculate the percent of water in a hydrate
Given a chemical formula, calculate its percent composition
ENTRY TICKET:

• Check your lab calculations so far to make sure you are writing an equation and then showing the actual math, writing the correct unit with every number.

IN CLASS:
Ion Quiz 7.
  Percent composition calculations
Questions on formula writing? Remember you will be tested on this next week.
TO DO
:
• work on lab calculations.
. Have assignments 1-4 rady to submit on Monday.

STANDARD:

C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter
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DUE TODAY: Chemical Formula Worksheets 1, 2, 3, 4
LEARNING TARGET:
Calculate the empirical formula of a compound using lab analysis data

ENTRY TICKET:

• What is the first thing you must determine when writing a formula or naming a compound? Explain.

IN CLASS:
• Chemical Formula Answer Check
• Percent composition examples
TO DO
:
Composition Stoichiometry Assignment #1 Percent Composition
STANDARD:

•  C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter
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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
Calculate Percent Composition of a chemical formula
Review and summarize all composition stoichiometry calculations so far.
ENTRY TICKET:

• Ion Quiz 8

IN CLASS:
Percent Composition Solution Check
•Composition Stoichiometry Review
TO DO
:
Composition Stoichiometry Assignment i Percent Composition
STANDARD:

C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter
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DUE TODAY: Water of Hydration Lab Analysis;
LEARNING TARGET:
Calculate empirical formulas, given lab analysis data.

ENTRY TICKET:

• Answer check Percent composition problems - look for mole—>gram conversions with all units, molar mass calculated correctly, percents correct and all numbbers labeled with unit and substance.
IN CLASS:
Percent composition quiz
Empirical Formulacheck and analysis of process.
TO DO
:
• Prepare for compound test - write a description of how to find percent composition and empirical formulas

STANDARD:

C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter
18 Early dismissal
DUE TODAY: Composition Stoichiometry Assignment #1 Percent Composition
LEARNING TARGET:
Calculate molecular formulas given empirical formulas (or data to find them) and molecular mass.

ENTRY TICKET:

Percent Composition Quiz

IN CLASS:
•  Check practice formula quiz
• Molecular Formulas (If time)
TO DO
:
Prepare for ion quiz, formula test, and
STANDARD:

C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter

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Martin Luther King Day
No School

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DUE TODAY:

LEARNING TARGET:
Write formulas and names for compounds
ENTRY TICKET:

Answer check - formula practice quiz
IN CLASS:
Ion Quiz 9
• Summarize the process of writing formulas and naming compounds in your notes. What steps must be taken?
TO DO
:
Formula practice
STANDARD:

C.PM.5 Quantifying Matter


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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
Balance chemical equations
ENTRY TICKET:

What did you learn from a partnr's summary of writing formulas?
IN CLASS:
Chemical Formula Test
• Strategies for balancing chemical equations
TO DO
:
Chemical Equation Assignment 1
STANDARD:

•  C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reactions

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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
Write word equations and formula equations

ENTRY TICKET:

What do you most need to remember about finding empirical and molecular formulas?

IN CLASS:
Empirical and Molecular Formula quiz
Writing word and formula equations
TO DO
:

STANDARD:

•  C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reactions

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DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment 1
LEARNING TARGET:
Write balanced formula and word equations to describe chemical reactions.

ENTRY TICKET:



IN CLASS:
Review of particle models
• Writing word and formula equations
TO DO
:
Equation Assignment 2 and 3
STANDARD:

•  C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reactions

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DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment 2 and 3
LEARNING TARGET:
Identify 5 major types of chemical reactions

ENTRY TICKET:

Ion Quiz 10

IN CLASS:
• Types of Reactions Lab

TO DO
:
Update Equation Assignnments 2 and 3 with reaction types
STANDARD:

•  C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reactions

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DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
Identify 5 major types of chemical reactions

ENTRY TICKET:

• Make a nice cup of cocoa before starting your e-day work.

E-Day 1:
e-day assignment is at this link.

TO DO
:
Update Equation Assignnments 2 and 3 with reaction types
STANDARD:

•  C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reactions
February 1
DUE TODAY:
LEARNING TARGET:
Review formulas, moles, and balancing equtions.

Why does our weight fluctuate over 24 hours? It's not why you think.
ENTRY TICKET:

• Have a healthy breakfast and get BOTH e-days done TODAY :)

E-Day 2:
Watch one of these videos, depending on your level of comfort with chemical equations. Show me your notes (1 page) when you are finished. BONUS if you watch and have excellent notes on more than one.
Beginner's guide to balancing equations:
Mole Conversions
Naming Ionic and Covalent Compounds:
Writing Formulas:
Are you lightest in the morning? (I thinkn this is approved for viewing now.)

TO DO
:
Lab analysis questions
STANDARD:

•  C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reactions
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