Sue Worthy

Sue Worthy

Room:  B-2410

Phone:  936-276-4000, Ext. 85572

Chemistry and IPC Teacher

Conference:  8th period 1:55pm - 2:40pm.

Tutoring Schedule:  Monday-Thursday after school until 3:30 pm.

Remind for Chemistry:  Text the message @worthychem to number 81010.

Remind for IPC:  Text the message @worthyipc to the number 81010

 

Remote Online Learning is Being Implemented at LCHS and the Online Curriculum is now available.


Click the Online Curriculum Tab for your course and please read the Overview for additional information.  You will  complete the units in order for each week.  All information including due dates will be listed under each unit's tab.


Hello Lion Students and Parents!

      I am excited to be joining Lake Creek High School in the Science Department teaching Chemistry and Integrated Physics & Chemistry (IPC).  I can't wait to meet all of my students for the 2019-2020 school year!

     After 26 years in San Antonio I was motivated to move east to be closer to family and grandchildren.  Previously I taught Physics and IPC for three years at Northside ISD.   I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Wright State University in Dayton, OH and branched into teaching after 28+ years in biomedical and other scientific research fields with private industry and the US Government.

     I have one wonderful grandson and granddaughter; Kayden is an adventurous 7 year old and Tinley just turned 7 months old. I can't wait to bring them to events at Lake Creek HS!

     A little information about me is that I love baseball and am a diehard Kansas City Royals fan! Both of my children are Aggies; one from College Station and one from Galveston. I love going to all levels of baseball games and enjoy other sporting events too.

Students, please drop by and say Hi! Let's make this a great year in science!

Sue Worthy

Lake Creek High School

Chemistry and IPC

Our Mission at LCHS:

       * Love our kids; all of them!

       * Create a safe, friendly & consistent learning environment

        * Challenging curriculum preparing all students for life after high school

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CONTACT INFO:

Email:    sue.worthy@misd.org

Website:  http://schools.misd.org/page/SueWorthy-Home

Tutoring is available Mon-Thurs. after school until 3:30

Period

Time

Class

1st

7:20 am-8:05 am

Chemistry

2nd

8:11 am-8:56 am

Chemistry

3rd

9:02 am-9:53 am

PLC

4th

9:59 am-10:44 am

Chemistry

5th

10:50 am-11:42 am

Integrated Physics & Chemistry

Lunch

11:42 am-12:07 pm

Lunch

6th

12:13 pm-12:58 pm

Integrated Physics & Chemistry

7th

1:04 pm-1:49 pm

Integrated Physics & Chemistry

8th

1:55 pm-2:40 pm

Conference

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Chemistry 2019-2020

Sue Worthy Contact Info:

  • Email:   sue.worthy@misd.org  
  • Phone:  936-276-4000 ext. 85572
  • Website:  http://schools.misd.org/page/SueWorthy-Home
  • Classroom: B-2410

Tutorial Hours: Monday-Thursday after school; please come in as soon as you need help!

Course Information and Procedures

Materials

  • 3 ring binder or 3 ring folder
  • College ruled notebook paper
  • Writing utensil
  • Calculator for home use

Classroom needs:

tissues, paper towels, expo makers

 

Resources

  • Website:
    • My teacher website will be the main stop for any upcoming dates, assignments and notes. You can access my website under the faculty tab on the LCHS website.

  • Remind101:
    • RECOMMENDED. I would like to communicate to all students about date changes/upcoming tests and quizzes when possible.
    • To sign up text “@worthychem” to 81010

       

Grading Policy

Major (Tests, projects) 60%

Quiz (Labs, quizzes) 25%

Daily (assignments, homework) 15%

 

Science testing days are Tuesday and Thursday.

Retest Guidelines (full guidelines given in student handbook)—original grade < 60

     Students may retake a test for up to four school days after they are given their test grade in class. The highest grade a student may earn on a retest is 75.  Students are encouraged but not required to attend tutorials before taking a retest. Students are not allowed to retake a test if it was given during the last week of a six weeks grading period.

Test Correction Guidelines (full guidelines given in student handbook)—original grade 60-74

     Students may write corrections for a test for up to four school days after they are given their test grade in class.  Students are allowed to correct a test for up to a 75, the grade earned for correcting every incorrect answer on a test.  Test corrections consist of writing (on a separate sheet of paper) the question and correct answer for every question missed on a test, as well as the reason that is the correct answer.  Students are not allowed to correct a test if it was given during the last week of a six weeks grading period.

Make-Up Guidelines

  • Daily Work: Students should check with their teacher for work they missed due to absence. 
  • Labs: Due to time, some labs can be made up before or after school, and some cannot.  If a lab can be made up, please schedule a time with your teacher before or after school.  If it cannot be made up, your teacher may give you an alternate assignment for your lab grade.

Late Work Guidelines

  • Long term assignments are not accepted late.  Missing school the day before a due date does not give you an extra day.
  • Homework is accepted until the day of the test, however it will be in your best interest to complete it on time for feedback. Deductions on late homework may be applied as I see fit. 
  • If work assigned in class is due by the end of class, it must be completed and turned in before the end of class. 

Chemistry Lab and Classroom Rules

  • Be prepared when you come to class. Do not be tardy and be prepared to start when the bell rings. Keep up with your materials, notes, and turn in your homework on time.
  • Be respectful especially to your peers. Our classroom will become our science family and often we will all work together. 
  • Be safe in lab! You must sign the Flinn Scientific Contract before you are able to do any lab.

 

You and your lab group will be responsible for your station. Clean up is worth 10% of every lab.

I MUST sign off for you to receive this credit BEFORE you leave my class. No exceptions.

SIGNIFICANT FIGURES and DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS

01-07-20  Accuracy, Precision, Significant Figures Notes    DA and Sig Figs Notes 2020.pptx

                                 Scientific Notation Practice     Scientific Notation WS.pdf

01-08-20  Rules and Calculations with Significant Figures- DA and Sig Figs Notes 2020.pdf

01-15-20  Dimensional Analysis and Sig Figs Review   DA and Sig Figs Review WS.docx

                                                                                         Dimensional Analysis and Sig Figs Review.pdf

MOLES

01-21-20  Avogadro Video Questions and One Step Mole Calculations   Amedeo Avogadro Video Notes.pdf

                                                                                                                       FINISHED The mole - one step conversions.pptx

01-22-20  Guided One Step Mole Calculations    FINISHED Mole Conversions- Guided Practice.pptx

01-23-20  Two Step Mole Calculations     FINISHED Two Step Conversions.pptx

01-29-20  Mole Calculations Review  Moles Calculation Review.pdf

PERCENT COMPOSITION/Empirical and Molecular Formulas

02-03-20  Percent Calculations    FINISHED Percent Composition.pdf

02-04-20  Calculating Empirical Formulas   Empirical and Molecular Formula Notes-2.pptx

                                                                           FINISHED empirical formula .pdf

02-05-20   Calculating Molecular Formulas     FINISHED molecular formula .pdf

02-10-20  Percent Composition, Empirical and Molecular Review Key    Empirical and Molecular Formulas Review.pdf

CHEMICAL REACTIONS

02-18-20   Intro to Chemical Reactions    Chemical Reactions - Types of Reactions.pptx

                                                                 Reactions.pptx

02-19-20   Balancing Equations WS    (See Reactions pptx notes)

02-20-20  Predicting Products  (See Reactions pptx notes)

02-26-20  Exam Review - Chemical Reactions    Chemical Reactions Exam Review.pdf

STOICHIOMETRY

03-02-20  Intro to Stoichiometry - Review Mole Calculations

03-03-20  Mole to Mole Calculations Notes   FINISHED Stoichiometry Intro.pdf

                 Mole to Mole Calculations WS  Mole to Mole Stoich WS 1.doc

03-04-20  Multi-step Stoichiometry Notes and Examples  Stoichiometry particles and liters.pptx

               Stoichiometry WS       FINISHED Mixed Stoich problems.pptx

03-11-20  Stoichiometry Exam Review  

Unit #1: Kinetic Theory & Phase Diagrams

     Kinetic Theory
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     Density
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     Phase Diagrams
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 Classification of Matter

     Classification of Matter
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     Chemical & Physical Changes
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Unit #2: Atomic Theory

     Atomic Theory
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     Atomic Number & Mass Number
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     Isotopes & Average Atomic Mass (opens external link in new window)

Unit #3: Nuclear Chemistry

     Fission vs. Fusion
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     Nuclear Reactions (opens external link in new window)

 

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Unit #4: The Periodic Table

     Parts of the Periodic Table
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     Periodic Trends
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Unit #5: Electron Configurations & EMR

     Electron Configurations
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     EMR Calculations
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Unit #6: Dimensional Analysis & Sig Figs

     Dimensional Analysis (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Multi-Unit Dimensional Analysis (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Significant Figures (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #7: Ionic Compounds

     Types of Bonding
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     Ionic Names and Formulas (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Polyatomic Ions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Metallic Bonding and Transition Metals (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #8: Covalent Compounds

     Covalent Names and Formulas (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Covalent Bonding Diagrams (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     VSEPR Theory (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Polarity (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #9: Mole Calculations

     One Step Mole Calculations (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Two Step Mole Calculations (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #10: % Composition, Emp & Mol Form

     Percent Composition (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Empirical and Molecular Formulas (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #11: Chemical Equations

     Balancing Equations (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Types of Chemical Reactions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Predicting Products (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #12: Stoichiometry

     Mole To Mole Stoichiometry (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Multi-Step Stoichiometry (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Limiting Reagents (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #13: Solutions

     Water and Solutions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Molarity and Dilutions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Solubility Curves (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Solubility Rules (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #14: Acids and Bases

     Naming Acids and Bases (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Properties of Acids and Bases (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Neutralization Reactions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     pH Calculations (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #15: Gas Laws

     Combined Gas Law (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Ideal Gas Law (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #16: Thermochemistry

     Energy and Chemical Reactions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Calorimetry (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

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Unit #17: Oxidation Reduction Reactions

     Assigning Oxidation Numbers (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Redox Reactions

SAFETY

08-19-19  Laboratory Safety Notes   Lab Safety Rules

08-20-19  Laboratory Equipment Sorting Activity

08-21-19  Chemical Hazards Labels and MSDS;  Lab Safety Review   Lab Safety Review

08-22-19  Lab Safety Test

STATES OF MATTER

08-23-19  Kinetic Molecular Theory and Density PPT   KMT, Phase Diagrams, and Density Notes Presentation

08-23-19  Phase Diagram Notes and Definitions 

08-26-19  States of Matter (Venn Diagram) and Phase Diagram WS  

08-27-19  Density Notes and Calculations HW   Density Calculations

08-28-19  Density Column Mini Lab

08-29-19  Chemical and Physical Properties inquiry Lab - "Baggie Lab"

08-30-19  Chemical and Physical Properties Notes (cont. from 08-23-19); Post Lab Questions

09-03-19  Classification of Matter Note s   Classification of Matter.pptx

ATOMIC THEORY

09-06-19  Atomic Theory Notes  Atomic Theory .pptx

09-09-19  Scientist Time Line - The Atomic Theory WS  Scientist Atomic Theory Timeline 2.pdf

09-10-19  Parts of the Atom Notes / Parts of the Atom WS  Parts of the Atom .pdf

09-11-19  Lab Activity - Elements of the Periodic Table

09-12-19  Scientist Timeline Quiz / Average Atomic Mass Calculations

09-13-19  Video Notes: Ernest Rutherford  https://teachchemistry.org/classroom-resources/ernest-rutherford

NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY

09-18, 19-19  Nuclear Chemistry Notes  Nuclear Chemistry.pptx   Chernobyl Video https://youtu.be/j96dsu-ZTtI

                      Fission and Fusion HW

09-21 to 09-23-19  Radioisotope Project (Library research)

09-24-19  Half life Notes completed (see pptx on 09-18-19) Half life WS, Radioactivity WS (Due 09-26)

09-25-19  Nuclear Chemistry Review  Nuclear Chemistry.pdf

PERIODIC TABLE

09-27-19  Periodic Table Color Coded  Color Coded Periodic Table.pdf

09-30-19  Periodic Table Notes  Periodic  Periodic table and trends.pptx

10-02-19 Periodic Trends Notes and Table  Periodic Table and Trends Notes.pdf   Periodic Trends Table.pdf

                Metalloids Video - Discovery Education (YouTube)   https://youtu.be/LodNHIS4Wfs

10-07-19  Study Guide - Periodic Trends  Periodic Trends Study Guide.pdf

10-09-19  Periodic Table and Trend Exam Review  Periodic Table and Trend Test Review.pdf

                Periodic Trends WS 1  Periodic Trend WS 1.pdf

ELECTRON CONFIGURATION

10-15-19  Electron Configuration Notes Electron Orbitals.pdf

                 FINISHED electron configuration.pdf

10-19-19  Electron Configuration WS

10-21-19  EM Radiation Notes and WS   FINISHED EMR calculations.pdf

10-23-19  Electron Configuration and EMR Test Review  Finished Electron Config and EMR Review.pdf

IONIC BONDING and NOMENCLATURE

10-25-19  Intro to Chemical Bonding   Types of Bonds.pptx    Constructing formulas.pptx

11-01-19  Ionic Nomenclature  Ionic nomenclature.pptx

11-04-19  Ionic Bonding (More info)  Naming Ionic Compounds 2.pptx

                 Hard Copy Notes & Binary Ionic Compounds WS - Naming and Formulas

11-05-19  Ionic Nomenclature and Formulas with Transition Metals and Polyatomic Ions WS 

11-06-19  Types of Bonds and Ionic Formulas Review

COVALENT BONDING and VESPR

11-08-19  Intro to Covalent Bonding and Nomenclature   Covalent Bonding Naming.pptx

                 Additional Resource for understanding  http://kentchemistry.com/links/naming/NameCov.htm

11-11-19  Lewis Dot Structures  Lewis Dot Diagrams.ppt

                 Additional Resource for Understanding  http://https//www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZlnzyHahvo

11-13-19  Double and Triple Bonds  http://http//www.kentchemistry.com/links/bonding/covalentlewisdot.htm

11-14-19  VSEPR Theory Notes: Memorize the Table   VSEPR Theory Notes 1.ppt

11-19-19  Polarity Notes  Polarity in Molecules.ppt

11-20-19  Covalent Bonding and VSEPR Theory Test Review  Covalent Bonding and VSEPR Theory Review.pdf

DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS

12-02-19  Notes: Dimensional Analysis  DA and sig figs notes.pptx

                 Dimensional Analysis  (Time Units WS)

12-03-19  Multi-unit Dimensional Analysis  Dimensional Analysis White Board Review.pptx

12-04/05 -19  Dimensional Analysis WS - Part 1 & 2

12-09-19  Dimensional Analysis Review  DA Review Sheet.docx

                                                                DA Review Key.pdf

Chemistry Fall 2019 Semester Exam Review   Fall 2019 Semester Chem Review.pdf

Integrated Physics & Chemistry 2019-2020

Sue Worthy Contact Info:

  • Email:   sue.worthy@misd.org  
  • Phone:  936-276-4000 ext. 85572
  • Website:  http://schools.misd.org/page/SueWorthy-Home
  • Classroom: B-2410

Tutorial Hours: Monday-Thursday after school; please come in as soon as you need help!

Course Information and Procedures

Materials

  • 3 ring binder or 3 ring folder
  • College ruled notebook paper
  • Writing utensil
  • Calculator for home use

Classroom needs:

tissues, paper towels, expo makers

 

Resources

  • Website:
    • My teacher website will be the main stop for any upcoming dates, assignments and notes. You can access my website under the faculty tab on the LCHS website.

  • Remind101:
    • RECOMMENDED. This will be my way of communicating to all students about date changes/upcoming tests and quizzes.
    • To sign up text “@worthyipc” to 81010

       

Grading Policy

Major (Tests, projects) 60%

Quiz (Labs, quizzes) 25%

Daily (assignments, homework) 15%

 

Science testing days are Tuesday and Thursday.

Retest Guidelines (full guidelines given in student handbook)—original grade < 60

     Students may retake a test for up to four school days after they are given their test grade in class. The highest grade a student may earn on a retest is 75.  Students are encouraged but not required to attend tutorials before taking a retest. Students are not allowed to retake a test if it was given during the last week of a six weeks grading period.

Test Correction Guidelines (full guidelines given in student handbook)—original grade 60-74

     Students may write corrections for a test for up to four school days after they are given their test grade in class.  Students are allowed to correct a test for up to a 75, the grade earned for correcting every incorrect answer on a test.  Test corrections consist of writing (on a separate sheet of paper) the question and correct answer for every question missed on a test, as well as the reason that is the correct answer.  Students are not allowed to correct a test if it was given during the last week of a six weeks grading period.

Make-Up Guidelines

  • Daily Work: Students should check with their teacher for work they missed due to absence. 
  • Labs: Due to time, some labs can be made up before or after school, and some cannot.  If a lab can be made up, please schedule a time with your teacher before or after school.  If it cannot be made up, your teacher may give you an alternate assignment for your lab grade.

Late Work Guidelines

  • Long term assignments are not accepted late.  Missing school the day before a due date does not give you an extra day.
  • Homework is accepted until the day of the test, however it will be in your best interest to complete it on time for feedback. Deductions on late homework may be applied as I see fit. 
  • If work assigned in class is due by the end of class, it must be completed and turned in before the end of class. 

Chemistry Lab and Classroom Rules

  • Be prepared when you come to class. Do not be tardy and be prepared to start when the bell rings. Keep up with your materials, notes, and turn in your homework on time.
  • Be respectful especially to your peers. Our classroom will become our science family and often we will all work together. 
  • Be safe in lab! You must sign the Flinn Scientific Contract before you are able to do any lab.

 

You and your lab group will be responsible for your station. Clean up is worth 10% of every lab.

I MUST sign off for you to receive this credit BEFORE you leave my class. No exceptions.

WAVES

12-09/10-19  Waves, Sound, and EM Notes   IPC Notes Nature of Waves Notes.pptx  IPC Notes Wave Properties.pptx

                                                  IPC Notes The Behavior of Light Notes.pptx  IPC Notes Sound and uses of sound.pptx

12-16-19  Fall Semester Exam Review   IPC Fall Semester Final Review.pdf

METRICS and METRIC CONVERSIONS

01-07-20  Metric Conversions Review and WS    Metrics_MetricConversions.ppt

01-08-20  Metric Conversions WS #2              

01-09-20  Metric Conversions WS (Graded Assignment)

DENSITY and STATES OF MATTER

01-10-20  Density and Graphing Notes    IPC Notes Density video.pptx    ANCHOR CHART Density and Graphing.docx

01-13-20  Density Notes (cont.), Density Calculations WS     IPC Notes Density, Graphing.pptx

01-15-20 Density Lab WS 

01-21-20  Notes: States of Matter (Phase Changes)   Phase changes of matter phase change.ppt                                                                  

01-28-20  Review for Density, States of Matter, Phase Diagram Exam    States of Matter and Phase Change Test Review.pptx

                                                                                                                     Density and Graphing Review Sheet.pptx

CLASSIFICATION OF MATTER/Physical & Chemical Properties

02-03-20  Notes: Classification of Matter    Classification of Matter video.pptx

                                                                      Physical and Chemical Properties video.pptx

 02-10-20  Classification of Matter Review    IPC Classification of Matter Review.pdf

 ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND THE PERIODIC TABLE

02-18-20  Color Coding the Periodic Table of Elements    Color Coded Periodic Table of Elements.pdf

02-19-20  Anchor Notes: Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table of Elements  IPC Notes Parts of the Periodic Table 2020.pptx

                                                                                                                             Anchor Notes Atomic Sructure and Periodic Table.pdf  

02-20-20  Notes: Metals and Metalloids    Metals_Nonmetals_and Metalloids.pptx    Periodic Table Groups - Families.pptx

02-26-20 Test Review - Atomic Structure & the Periodic Table    Atomic Structure Test Review.pdf

CHEMICAL BONDS and NAMING

03-04-20  Anchor Notes - Chemical Names and Bonding (and Worksheet)   IPC Notes Stability in Bonding.pptx

               Anchor Notes Chemical Names and Bonding.pdf                                 

03-05-20  Notes - Types of Bonds (and Worksheet)   IPC Notes Types of Bonds.pptx

03-06-20  Notes - Ionic Names and Formulas Notes (and Worksheet)  IPC Notes Ionic Names and Formulas.pdf

03-09-20  Notes - Naming Ionic Compounds and Writing Formulas (continued)

03-11-20  Notes - Polyatomic Ions and Worksheet     IPC Notes Polyatomic Ions.pptx


 

 

ENERGY

10-07-19  Energy Vocabulary  Energy Vocabulary.pdf

10-08-19  Energy Notes  IPC Notes Energy.pptx 

                                        IPC Notes Conservation of Energy video.pptx

10-10-19  Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab (online)  Energy Skate Park Lab WS.pdf

                 Website:  https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/energy-skate-park

10-16-19  Energy Test Review  Energy Test Review.pdf

WORK and POWER

10-21-19  Work and Power Notes  Work Power video notes.pptx

                                                            POWER notes video.pptx

10-25-19  Work and Power Review  Work and Power Test review.pptx    Work and power review with ans.docx

THERMAL ENERGY

11-01-19  Thermal Energy Anchor Notes   IPC Notes Heat Transfer Thermal Energyvideo.pptx  ANCHOR CHART Thermal Energy.docx

                 Bill Nye Video  and Worksheet - Heat  

11-04-19 Temperature and Heat guided notes   Notes Temperature and Heat.ppt.pptx

11-05-19  Energy Resources   EnergySources.ppt.pptx   ENERGY SOURCE CHART answers.docx

11-07/11-19  Energy sources Poster Project

11-13-19  Thermal Energy and Energy Sources Review  Thermal Energy Test review video.pptx

                                                                                          Thermal Energy Mini Review.pdf

11-15-19 Thermal Energy Noes and Review Hard Copy  Thermal Energy - Notes and Review .pdf

ELECTRICITY and MAGNETISM

11-18-19  Electricity and Magnetism Notes:    Electricity Vocabulary.docx    Vocabulary Review.pptx

                                                                         Anchor Chart - Electricity and Magnetism.pdf   Notes Electric Charge.pdf

11-20-19  Electric Current Notes and WS     Electric Current.pptx

                 Electric Circuits Notes    Electrical Circuits.pptx

12-02-19  Magnetism and Electromagnets Notes   Electromagnetism video.pptx

                 Electric Circuits Review  IPC Notes Electric Current video.pptx

12-04-19  Electricity and Magnetism Test Review   Electricity and Magnetism Test Review.pptx

                                                                                 Electricity and Magnetism Review Key.pdf

WAVES

12-09/10-19  Waves, Sound, and EM Notes   IPC Notes Nature of Waves Notes.pptx  IPC Notes Wave Properties.pptx

                                                  IPC Notes The Behavior of Light Notes.pptx  IPC Notes Sound and uses of sound.pptx

12-16-19  Fall Semester Exam Review   IPC Fall Semester Final Review.pdf                                                                                  

             


Forms

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Unit #1: Kinetic Theory & Phase Diagrams

     Kinetic Theory
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     Density
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     Phase Diagrams
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 Classification of Matter

     Classification of Matter
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     Chemical & Physical Changes
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Unit #2: Atomic Theory

     Atomic Theory
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     Atomic Number & Mass Number
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     Isotopes & Average Atomic Mass (opens external link in new window)

Unit #3: Nuclear Chemistry

     Fission vs. Fusion
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Unit #4: The Periodic Table

     Parts of the Periodic Table
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     Periodic Trends
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Unit #5: Electron Configurations & EMR

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     EMR Calculations
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Unit #6: Ionic Compounds

     Types of Bonding
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     Ionic Names and Formulas (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Polyatomic Ions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Metallic Bonding and Transition Metals (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #7: Covalent Compounds

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Unit #8: Dimensional Analysis & Sig Figs

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Unit #9: Mole Calculations

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Unit #10: % Composition, Emp & Mol Form

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     Empirical and Molecular Formulas (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #11: Chemical Equations

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     Types of Chemical Reactions (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

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Unit #12: Stoichiometry

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     Multi-Step Stoichiometry (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Limiting Reagents (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #13: Solutions

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     Solubility Curves (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

     Solubility Rules (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window)

Unit #14: Acids and Bases

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Unit #15: Gas Laws

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Unit #16: Thermochemistry

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Unit #17: Oxidation Reduction Reactions

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OVERVIEW:

Chemistry Students,

I hope you had a good break and that you and your family are safe and healthy!  I have missed each and every one of you; your personalities, your smiles, our daily conversations, and hope we can get back to school soon!  Social distancing is emotional and stressful for everyone but can be especially difficult for students.  If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at sue.worthy@misd.org and I will try to answer them the best I can with the information available.  In addition, be sure that you are signed up for my "Remind" messages.  For Chemistry, text "@worthychem" to 81010

     Lake Creek High School is moving to an online curriculum format for the next few weeks while school is closed.  This will be a new experience for everyone but I will try to make this transition as easy as possible.  Information will be posted on my website and on my "instructional calendar".  Assignments for each unit will be posted for the week under the "Chemistry Online Curriculum" tab.  You will be expected to complete the assignments and all assignments will be due on Friday of that same week.  Under the "Resources" tab you will find a link to a Periodic Table, a Scientific Calculator, and a Polyatomic Ions Chart.  There are also many apps for scientific calculators.

The basic format for most weeks will be the following (these will need to be completed in order):  

  1. Watch the online Chemistry video notes on current week’s topic.
  2. Fill out Notes sheet while watching video.
  3. Complete the practice problems to determine if you understand the material or whether you need to contact me for questions or clarification.
  4. Complete the “Review” sheet.
  5. Take and submit the Quiz or other assessment.

If you don't have a printer, you can complete your work on notebook paper.  I am working on a way to have assignments completed and turned in online.  I would also like to have a live "Zoom" meeting on Thursdays to answer any questions that you might have after working through the assignments.  You can also email me with any questions.  At this time, I am awaiting further instructions from the LCHS administration team on how your work will be grades and how many grades you will receive each week.

Please be patient as we navigate this new “normal” together and be assured that I want each and every one of you to be successful with this new instruction method!

LIONS, Together We Can Do This!!!

 

UNIT 1:  STOICHIOMETRY REVIEW (Week 1: March 25-March 31)

 

 We had already completed this unit before school was canceled early for Spring Break.  You only had the review to complete and then take the exam for Stoichiometry.

 

Instructions:  Complete the following before you attempt the QUIZ for this unit.

 

 1.  Click Here: Complete Review and study your notes*.  You can also access the "Chemistry Video Notes" tab above and watch the "Mole-to-Mole Stoichiometry", "Multi-Step Stoich" and "Limiting Reagents" videos for review.  Stoichiometry Review.doc

* You can always go back to the regular "Chemistry" tab to review the powerpoint presentations with example problems.

 

 2.  QUIZ  Stoichiometry (due on Tuesday, March 31th)  End of Unit Kahoot.    To access this Kahoot,  go to https://kahoot.it/challenge/0703044?challenge-id=1d7e1bc1-786e-456c-ba8a-6ed41dfba1c4_1585943082257 .  THEN ENTER YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME!!  Do NOT put in a nickname or you will not receive credit!  I have set the timer for 60 seconds per question. 

3. Stoichiometry Review Answers   Stoichiometry Review Answers.pdf

*4. Stoichiometry Kahoot reset:  https://kahoot.it/challenge/0703044?challenge-id=1d7e1bc1-786e-456c-ba8a-6ed41dfba1c4_1585943082257 or go to kahoot.it and enter the code 0703044. Kahoot expires 04/07/20 at 11pm.

UNIT 2:  WATER and SOLUTIONS (Week 2: April 1-April 7)

In this unit, we will learn about properties of water, types of mixtures and solutions, reading and understanding a solubility chart/curve and how to calculate molarity and concentration of solutions in lab. 

WEEK 2:

1.  Click Here:    Watch the "Water and Mixtures" video tutorial.

2.  Click Here:   "Water and Mixtures" Notes (take notes while watching above video)

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3.  Click Here:   Watch the "Solutions and Molarity" video tutorial

4.  Click Here:    "Solutions and Molarity" Notes (take notes while watching above video)

*(OPTIONAL if you would like to practice molarity and dilutions calculations) Molarity and Dilutions Practice WS - Molarity and Dilutions Worksheet.doc

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5.   Click Here:  Since we are not able to do hands-on labs, here is a cool video about water!

6.  Click Here:   I hope you enjoy this short lesson!  This answers many of the questions from students about "When will I ever use Chemistry in real life???".   

7.   Go to https://kahoot.it/challenge/0680784?challenge-id=1d7e1bc1-786e-456c-ba8a-6ed41dfba1c4_1586029502922 and join the challenge or go to kahhot.it and enter the code 0680784. Enter your "First and Last Name"! Do not enter a number or nickname!  If I can't tell who it is by the name you enter, you will not get credit for the Kahoot!)End of week Kahoot assessment--due by 11 pm on Friday, April 10rd.

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Week 3: (Week 3: April 8 - April 14)

1.  Click Here:   Watch the "Solubility Curves" video tutorial

  Click Here:    "Solubility Curves" Notes (take notes while watching above video)These notes will be turned in by Tuesday, April 14th.  Please email to me.

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2.   Click Here:    Watch the "Solubility Rules" video tutorial

  Click Here:    "Solubility Rules" Notes. (take notes while watching above video)

These notes will be turned in by Tuesday, April 14th.  Please email to me.

*Optional Solubility WS:   Click Here:  ff you complete the Solubility Rules Worksheet turned it in with other notes byTuesday, April 14th.Take a selfie with your assignment and email to me or share with Sharepoint.  Don't forget to smile!

Weeks 4 and 5 Instruction:


UNIT #3: ACIDS & BASES  NOTE: This is one of our units with more material so I am giving you two weeks to complete everything!!  The first week will start on Wednesday, April 15th and the second week will start on Wednesday, April 22nd

  

In this unit, we will focus on Naming Acids & Bases, Properties of Acids & Bases, Conjugate Acid & Base Pairs & pH Calculations.  Please complete the following steps in order by clicking the links provided and keep all papers until we have further information.

Week 4: (April 15th - 21st)

  

1. Click Here(opens Word document) (opens Word document) to print the Naming Acids & Bases fill in the blank notes by watching the video below.These notes will be turned in!  They are due by Tuesday, April 21st.  Please email completed notes to me. 

  

 Click Here(opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window) to watch the video notes on Naming Acids & Bases.  You will need a periodic table with the polyatomic ions.  If you don't have a periodic table or list of Polyatomic Ions, you can print or access them by going to the Resources tab.  

  

Click Here(opens Word document) (opens Word document) to print the Properties of Acids & Bases fill in the blank notes by watching the video below.  These notes will be turned in!  They are due by Tuesday, April 21st.  Please email completed notes to me. 

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Week 5: (April 22th - 28th)  Acids and Bases continued.  

This week 2 will start on Wednesday, April 22nd and your 2 assignments are due by Tuesday, April 28th.

   

Assignment 1:  Watch the video here over "The Sci Guys: Science At Home Red Cabbage pH Indicator" then answer questions below on the video worksheet. 

                           Science Guys video worksheet located here.

  

This assignment should be emailed to me by Tuesday, April 28th.  YOUR NAME MUST BE ON PAPER TO RECEIVE CREDIT!

    

Assignment 2: Click here for Kahoot over Acids, Bases, and pH.  Review the above  assignment 1 lab notes AND your previous notes from Unit 3, week 1. 

    

Kahoot is due by Tuesday, April 28th.  Kahoot will expire that day at 11pm.

 
Weeks 6 Instruction:

 

UNIT #4: GAS LAWS  (Week 6: April 29 - May 5)  This unit will start on Wednesday, April 29th and you will have two assignments due by Tuesday, May 5th. 

  

In this unit, we will focus on the relationship between pressure, volume and temperature of gasses with two sets of notes.  Our first set of notes will focus on the Combined Gas Law and the second set of notes will focus on the Ideal Gas Law.  Please complete the following steps in order by clicking the links provided and keep all papers until we have more information.

   

  

Assignment 1Click Here(opens Word document) (opens Word document) to print/view the Combined Gas Law blank notes.  Use the video below to answer questions and fill in the notes.

  

  

 Click Here(opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window) to watch the Combined Gas Law video notes.  These notes are due by Tuesday, May 5th. 

  

  

Assignment 2.  Click Here(opens Word document) (opens Word document) to print/view the Ideal Gas Law blank notes.  Use the video below to answer questions and fill in the notes. 

  

  

 Click Here(opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window) to watch the Ideal Gas Law video notes.

These notes are due by Tuesday, May 5th.  

  

Congratulations, you are now finished with our fourth unit!

Week 7 (May 6-12)

 

Chemistry Online Unit 5:    This unit will start on Wednesday, May 6th and you will have 2 assignment due by Tuesday, May 12th.  This is a continuation of Gas Laws from last week.  You will want to review your notes and the videos from last week for the end of unit assessment in Assignment 2.  

 

Assignment 1.  Click Here(opens Word document) (opens Word document) to print the Gas Laws Review Sheet.  Complete the review sheet and use it on the Unit #2 Assessment.This review sheet is due by Tuesday, May 12th.

     

Assignment 2:   Click Here(opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window) to complete the Unit #5 Assessment.  You will need a calculator and scratch paper.  This assessment is due by Tuesday, May 12th. 

    

Week 8 (May 13 - 19)


Unit #6: Thermochemistry - This unit will start on Wednesday, May 13th and you will have 2 assignments due by Tuesday, May 19th.  

    

In this unit, we will focus on the relationship between heat, mass, specific heat and temperature with two sets of notes.  Our first set of notes will focus on Energy & Chemical Reactions and the second set of notes will focus on Calorimetry.  Please complete the following steps in order by clicking the links provided and keep all papers until we have more information.

     

Assignment 1.  Click Here(opens Word document) (opens Word document) to print the Energy & Chemical Reactions fill in the blank notes.  Use the video below to fill in notes. 

    

Click Here(opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window) to watch the Energy & Chemical Reactions video notes and work the problems.

"Energy and Chemical Reaction" notes due by Tuesday, May 19th. 

  

  

Assignment 2:   Click Here(opens Word document) (opens Word document) to print the Calorimetry fill in the blank notes.  Use video below to fill in the notes and work the problems.

   

Click Here (opens external link in new window) (opens external link in new window) to watch the Calorimetry video notes.

"Calorimetry" notes due by Tuesday, May 19th.

OVERVIEW:

 

IPC Students,

I hope you had a good break and that you and your family are safe and healthy!  I have missed each and every one of you; your personalities, your smiles, our daily conversations, and hope we can get back to school soon!  Social distancing is emotional and stressful for everyone but can be especially difficult for students.  If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at sue.worthy@misd.org and I will try to answer them the best I can with the information available.  In addition, be sure that you are signed up for my "Remind" messages.  For IPC, text "@worthyipc" to 81010

     Lake Creek High School is moving to an online curriculum format for the next few weeks while school is closed.  This will be a new experience for everyone but I will try to make this transition as easy as possible.  Information will be posted on my website and on my "instructional calendar".  Assignments for each unit will be posted for the week under the "IPC Online Curriculum" tab.  You will be expected to complete the assignments and all assignments will be due on Friday of that same week.  Under the "Resources" tab you will find a link to a Periodic Table, a Scientific Calculator, and a Polyatomic Ions Chart.  There are also many apps for scientific calculators.


The basic format for most weeks will be the following (these will need to be completed in order):  
  1. Follow the slides or watch the video and fill out the notes sheet on current week’s topic.
  2. Complete the practice problems to determine if you understand the material or whether you need to contact me for questions or clarification.
  3. Complete the “Review” sheet.
  4. Take and submit the Quiz or other assessment.
  5. Do assigned online labs to assist with understanding.

If you don't have a printer, you can complete your work on notebook paper.  I am working on a way to have assignments completed and turned in online.  I am always available by email if you have any questions or concerns.  At this time, I am awaiting further instructions from the LCHS administration team on how your work will be grades and how many grades you will receive each week.

 

Please be patient as we navigate this new “normal” together and be assured that I want each and every one of you to be successful with this new instruction method!

LIONS, Together We Can Do This!!!

** 03/21/20 - UPDATED QUIZIZZ CODE (#5) - joinmyquiz.com  Code:  541970

Week 1: Online Instruction (March 25th - 31st)

UNIT 1 - BONDING and COMPOUNDS (Review) - Dates March 25th - March 31st)

This unit is a review of Types of Bonds and Naming and Writing Ionic Compounds that we were working on before the early Spring Break. This information should help you to recall Bonding, Naming, and Writing Ionic Compounds.  Please watch a few of the videos (#3) and try the assignments (#4) before studying the review and attempting the Quizziz.


1. Review the notes for Types of Bonds IPC Notes Types of Bonds .pdf   or   IPC Notes Types of Bonds.pptx

2. Review the notes for Ionic Names and Formulas IPC Notes Ionic Names and Formulas-1.pdf  or  IPC Notes Ionic Names and Formulas

3. Watch the following videos:  

https://youtu.be/Qf07-8Jhhpc           Ionic Bonding Introduction (part 1)

https://youtu.be/5EwmedLuRmw     Ionic Bonding part 2

https://youtu.be/URc75hoKGLY       Writing Ionic Formulas
 
https://youtu.be/p9iQ5Qn42DM      Writing Formulas with Polyatomic Ions

 

4.  Read the Assignments and Complete:   Counting atoms in a formula.docx

(Click on the worksheet link below.  Select "Open in adobe acrobat". Next, select "Download" icon in the upper right corner next to the printer icon. The worksheet should open with blue fields you can type into.) Don't forget to save your worksheet to the computer so you can share it with me.  Naming_Ionic_cpds_foldable-1.pdf

Study the Review before taking the Quizizz.   Bonding Review Sheet Answers.pdf

5.  Copy and paste the link into your search bar:  joinmyquiz.com  and enter the code: 004068  THEN ENTER YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME!!  Do NOT put in a nickname or you will not receive credit!  Complete the Quizizz as many times as you would like. 

Week 2 Instruction: (April 1st - 7th)

UNIT 2 - CHEMICAL REACTIONS (Types of Reactions and Balancing Reactions) - Dates April 1 - April 14th

This unit will explain the different types of chemical reactions and how to recognize them. You will also learn how to balance a chemical reaction because the Law of Conservation of Matter states that matter cannot be lost in a reaction. Therefore, you must have the same number of atoms on both sides of the reaction.

I have listed several resources here for you to view and try before you attempt the assignments and Kahoot.  As always, if you have any questions please contact me or Coach for additional help.

Week 1  (April 1st - April 7th)

1.  Bill Nye video "Chemical Reactions" - Copy the link into the search bar to watch this introductory video.   https://www.schooltube.com/media/5.8+Chemical+Reactions-+Bill+Nye/1_6ngt6whc

Chemical Reactions Video Worksheet -   Bill Nye Chemical Reactions.doc.docx

2.  Types of Reactions Notes Reactions Types Notes.pdf

     Parts of Equation and Types of Reactions Notes FILLED IN.pdf

      Types of Reactions Video -  https://www.schooltube.com/media/Types+of+Reactions/1_d6ogvhs1

      Practice Problems -  Types of Reactions Worksheet.docx

3Types of Reactions Kahoot(Must be completed by Tuesday, April 7th at 12 am)  To access this Kahoot,  go to kahoot.it and type in the following number:  0287048.  THEN ENTER YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME!!  Do NOT put in a nickname or you will not receive credit!  (There is no time limit for each question.)

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Week 3 Instruction: (April 8th -14th)

1.  Balancing Reactions - HC Notes   HC Notes Balancing Chemical Equation.pdf

** Additional Video to help with step-by-step Balancing Reactions -  (Turn on your sound as Ms. Reno walks you through the steps.)   Balancing Equations 

   Assignment #1 - *Due April 14th. Complete the Balancing Equations Challenge worksheet   

                                Balancing Equations Challenge ws.docx

Optional Video - Balancing Reactions Videos - Watch the video on how to balance equations. Remember you must have the same number of atoms on each side of the reaction due to the Law of Conservation of Matter.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7ckfeRjjvI 

 

2.  Balancing Reactions and Types of Reactions Review - (hard copy)  Balancing and Types of Reactions Review Sheet Answers.pdf

    Practice Quizizz for Balancing Equations - (Quizizz must be completed by April 13th at 11pm)

      Go to joinmyquiz.com  and enter the code  662810Enter your First and Last Name

   Assignment #2 - *Due April 14th. Complete Balancing Equations and Types of Reaction Assessment

                                https://forms.gle/AehSDqgeotnNQQFe6  (edited to include email)


Hooray! You have completed Unit 2!


Week 4 Instruction: (April 15th - 21st)


UNIT 3 - Water and Solutions:  *Both Assignments DUE by April 21st

In this unit, we will learn about properties of water, types of mixtures and solutions, reading and understanding a solubility chart/curve.

           

Assignment #1:  Complete the anchor notes for "Solutions and Water" using the slide presentation. These notes will be turned in. Put your name and period on the top of each page and share or send to my email.

                             Notes:  IPC Anchor Notes - Solutions and Water.docx

                             Slides:  1. IPC Solutions Presentation.pdf

                                         2. IPC Water Presentation.pdf

 

Assignment #2:  Complete the "IPC Solutions Worksheet" using your notes and the slide presentations. This worksheet will be turned in. Put your name and period on the top of each page and share or send to my email.

                              Worksheet:  IPC Solutions Worksheet.docx

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Week 5 Instruction: (April 22nd-28th)


UNIT 3 (continued) - Water and Solutions:  *Both Assignments DUE by April 28th

           

Assignment #1:  Watch the Youtube Video: https://youtu.be/mPpKhxtFf1Q   Weird Water (3:30 minutes)

                             Notes:  Complete the Solutions Review using your notes from week 1 (above) on Solutions

                             and Water. (I have included both the pdf file and word file for whatever works best for you.)

                             Solutions Review.pdf    or     Solutions Review.docx      

                             ! Put your name on the Reveiw Worksheet and Turn in your assignment by sharing or

                               sending to my email by Tues., April 28th !

                                   

Assignment #2:  Complete the IPC Quiz over Water and Solutions using your notes, review, and the slide

                             presentations. Go to  https://quizizz.com/join?gc=081103  to take the quiz on Quizizz. 

                  **IMPORTANT:  The Quizizz must be completed by Tues., April 28th at 11 pm.**

                            

*This Unit will be for Week 6 and Week 7.*

Unit 4 - Acids and Bases - In this Unit we will learn about the Properties of Acids and Bases, the pH Scale, and How to determine if a substance is an Acid or a Base.

 

Week 6 (April 29 - May 5)

  

Assignment 1.  Complete the Anchor Notes using the slide presentations below. (I have included both pdf format and word doc whichever works best for you.) 

                          IPC Anchor Notes-Acids Bases and pH.docx

                          IPC Anchor Notes-Acids Bases and pH.pdf

 

           Slide Presentations for Notes:  1. Acids Bases and pH Notes Presentation.pdf

                                                            2. The pH Scale Notes Presentation.pdf

 

Assignment 2. (to be turned in):  Complete the Acids and Bases Card Sort Template using the information from your notes.  Cut out the cards and glue/tape them to the template under the correct column headings: ACIDS, NEUTRAL, BASES. Put your name and period at the top of the template page. (word doc or pdf format)

   

    Cards:  Acids and Bases Card Sort Headings and Cards.docx

    Template:  Acids and Bases Card Sort Template.docx

 

    Cards:  Acids and Bases Card Sort Headings and Cards.pdf

    Template:  Acids and Bases Card Sort Template.pdf

 

Week 7 (May 6 - 12)

Week 7 is a continuation of Acids, Bases, and pH.  You will use your notes from Week 6 (above) to complete the first assignment, a Worksheet on the properties of acids and bases. Then you will use your notes and the hard copy review (see below) to complete Assignment 2, the Unit assessment for Acids, Bases, and pH.

    

Assignment 1.  Complete Acid and Bases Worksheet using your notes from Week 6. Check off each property for acids and bases. *Remember that some can be both.  (I have included both pdf format and word doc whichever works best for you.)

                                                        Acids and Bases Worksheet.docx

                                                        Acids and Bases Worksheet.pdf

 

Click Here for a hard copy of the Acids and Based Review.  Use the review along with your notes to complete the end of Unit assessment. 

    

Assignment 2.   Click Here to take the Acids and Bases Assessment.

 

Week 8 (May 13-19)  pH Color Scale Project

              

You will only be completing one assignment this week so make it GREAT!  You will be making a pH Color Scale using the Rubric below. So that you do not have to go to the store to buy a poster, this project will be completed on an 8"x 10" paper.  You must include all requirements on the Rubric to get credit for this assignment. I have included two example pages with the Rubric to help get you started.* 

        

*(I have included both the word doc and pdf files. Choose whichever one works best for you.)

            

Assignment: pH Color Scale - Rubric Instructions (Read Carefully!)

                      pH Project Rubric and Example Pgs.docx

                      pH Project Rubric and Example Pgs.pdf