This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of chemistry, such as atomic structure, bonding, chemical reactions and problem solving and how they affect the world around us. The student should have good math skills and should be prepared to use them in class work, homework and in doing lab reports. The student should be proficient at solving word problems using basic math skills. Homework will involve mathematical problems and brief explanations of basic terms and concepts. The student should be prepared to spend time outside of the classroom reviewing class notes, reading test assignments, and completing written assignments. (From Riverside Campus Course Catalog)
3-2 to 3-6
Week of 3-2 through 3-6
Monday: introduction to chapter 9, i can statements, day 1 notes mole ratios, mole ratio worksheet for homework.
Tuesday: Notes day 2, collect homework, mole conversions, practice worksheet 2.
Lab: test corrections
Wednesday: Notes day 3, mole to mass, practice ws 3.
Thursday: more practice, included equations turn in four question conversion worksheet.
Lab: Mole to Mass Lab, turn in Friday
Friday: finish lab disscussion, introduction of limiting excess. Notes
Chapter 8 test Friday Feb. 27th NO MATTER WHAT
Review guides given on Wed. Feb 18th OPTIONAL BUT STRONGLY SUGGESTED! ALSO ANSWERS WITH EXPLANATION INCLUDED!
Take home quiz over predicting products due Thur. Feb 19th!
WED the 25th: finish redox collison theory
HOMEWORK: REDOX REACTION WORKSHEET
Thursday the 26th: Review for test Friday