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Week of October 31
We are working on the last part of Chapter 3. The focus for the week is mole calculations. Students will have a quiz on Friday over the material. The test over Chapter 3 is next Wednesday. Students should also begin preparing for their short answer question, which is shown below.
 
Describe how the model of the atom has changed over time. How does the model's change/evolution represent the scientific method/nature of science at work? 
 
Lab Happenings
Pressure and Volume Lab 
1) Complete Data Table with pressure and volume data.
2) Create a graph with pressure and volume data.
3) Write a conclusion paragraph that addresses the following points.
   a) Describe the relationship between pressure and volume. Use data to support your answer. 
   b) Describe the shape the data creates.
   c) Describe on the molecular level why the relationship (a)  and the shape (b) occur.
 
 
 
Mission Statement

We will strive to provide an excellent education in chemistry for a variety of learners. We will understand that chemistry is a way of thinking about how matter is constructed, organized, and functions.  We build this chemical foundation in a context that helps students become scientifically responsible citizens, with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that will allow them to be successful in scientific or non-scientific professions. We will accomplish our classroom goals if each student:

  • Actively participates
  • Completes assignments
  • Asks questions to gain understanding
  • Studies for tests and quizzes
  • Acts respectfully and responsibly
  • Is provided laboratory and “hands-on” experience
  • Utilizes technology
  • Enjoys learning!

We carry out this mission in an atmosphere of support and encouragement. 

Course Materials
 
 Students are required to bring the following materials with them everyday:
   1) Textbook
   2) Notebook/Binder
   3) Pen or Pencil
   4) Calculator
 
This page will be updated regularly with upcoming test, quiz, and lab report due dates. Check back often! I'm often asked the key differences between the General Chemistry and Honors Chemistry Course. I have compiled a list of items that you can expect your student to experience this year.
 
   1) Advanced Problem Solving Skills
   2) Advanced Chemistry Topics (molecular geometry, polarity, intermolecular forces, reaction    stoichiometry, limiting and excess reactants, gas stoichiometry) 
   3) Advanced Laboratory Skills and Analysis (Writing Lab Reports)  
Honors Chemistry Topics
This page will be updated regularly with upcoming test, quiz, and lab report due dates. Check back often! I'm often asked the key differences between the General Chemistry and Honors Chemistry Course. I have compiled a list of items that you can expect your student to experience this year.
 
   1) Advanced Problem Solving Skills
   2) Advanced Chemistry Topics (molecular geometry, polarity, intermolecular forces, reaction    stoichiometry, limiting and excess reactants, gas stoichiometry) 
   3) Advanced Laboratory Skills and Analysis (Writing Lab Reports)  
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