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Food Chemistry Friday in Google Classroom

Food Chemistry Friday

Attached is the rubric and exemplar for the project

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Element Slide Show in Google Classroom

Element Slide Show

Choose an element and make an informational slide show that we can share during our daily warm up

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Monday, September 27 - Nuclear Chemistry, Electrons in Google Classroom

Monday, September 27 - Nuclear Chemistry, Electrons

1.  Use the following links to complete the information sheet on Nuclear Chemistry
2. Watch the Crash Course video on Electrons to complete the note guide
It is my expectation that both of these assignments will be completed and turned in by class tomorrow - on paper - there is nothing to submit online


3.  If you have time, you may work on your element slide show.  I have added it as a separate assignment.  It will be due by Friday.

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Monday, September 20 - Introduction to Moles in Google Classroom

Monday, September 20 - Introduction to Moles

1.  Open task sheet and complete all items - open task sheet and complete all items - open task sheet and complete all items :)
2.  Submit BOTH the task sheet and digital worksheet 
3.  Sign up for an Element on the Google Sheet - no two students may select the same element
4.  Begin working on the slide show for your element (this is NOT due tomorrow - but you can start on it)


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Wednesday, September 15 - Atom and Isotope Stations in Google Classroom

Wednesday, September 15 - Atom and Isotope Stations

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Tuesday, September 14 - Marble Boards and Isotopes in Google Classroom

Tuesday, September 14 - Marble Boards and Isotopes

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Monday, September 13 - Atomic Structure in Google Classroom

Monday, September 13 - Atomic Structure

Attached is the note packet and slideshow used in class today.

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Friday, September 10 - Vocabulary Review in Google Classroom

Friday, September 10 - Vocabulary Review

1.  No Google Meet today
2. Complete the attached vocabulary assignment and submit by Monday
3.  Have a great weekend :)

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Thursday, September 9 - Phase Change Energy Calculations in Google Classroom

Thursday, September 9 - Phase Change Energy Calculations

1.  Attend Google Meet or watch video lecture

2.  Complete phase change analysis problem and submit

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Wednesday, September 8 - Specific Heat in Google Classroom

Wednesday, September 8 - Specific Heat

1.  Attend Google Meet or watch recording of classroom lecture
2.  Complete all tasks in the Specific Heat Interactive Digital Assignment


Note:  If your links for Slides 2 and 4 don't work, use the links provided below

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Tuesday, September 7 - Measuring Heat in Google Classroom

Tuesday, September 7 - Measuring Heat

1.  Attend Google Meet or watch video recording of lesson
2.  Complete worksheet and submit it for a grade

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Wednesday, September 1 - Triple Point Diagrams in Google Classroom

Wednesday, September 1 - Triple Point Diagrams

1.  Attend class or watch lecture recording

2.  Complete drawing of triple point diagram and label all areas
3.  Complete worksheet - record answers in Google Forms
4.  Extra Credit:  Do some research to learn about supercritical fluids and submit a Google Doc that explains what they are

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Thursday, September 1 - Part 2 in Google Classroom

Thursday, September 1 - Part 2

Complete the Google Form Activity on Triple Point Diagrams - For a grade


Have a great weekend :)

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Thursday, September 2 - Part 1 in Google Classroom

Thursday, September 2 - Part 1

Four tasks today:

1.  Please make sure you have submitted a picture of your Triple Point Diagram drawing from yesterday (I forgot to mention it) - go to yesterdays assignment to do so 
2.  Make sure EVERYTHING for the week is turned in 
3.  Complete the Google Form Activity on Heating/Cooling Curves found below - for a grade
4.  Go to the Part 2 Assignment and complete the Google Form Activity on Triple Point Diagrams

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Tuesday, August 31 - Heating & Cooling Curves in Google Classroom

Tuesday, August 31 - Heating & Cooling Curves

1.  Attend Google Meet Session or watch class video

2.  Complete Phase Change Lab - submit
3.  Complete Heating Curves problems - submit


Learning Targets:
1.  To identify the energy changes taking place at each point on a heating/cooling curve
2.  To distinguish between endothermic and exothermic phase changes
3.  To be able to interpret a heating/cooling curve
4.  To be able to create a heating/cooling curve given appropriate data

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Density Lab - Alternative Assignment (if you weren't in class for lab) in Google Classroom

Density Lab - Alternative Assignment (if you weren't in class for lab)

As an alternative to the lab, you can 



1.  Watch the short video on liquid densities
2.  Complete the density notes sheet

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Monday, Aug 30 - Temperature and Phase Changes in Google Classroom

Monday, Aug 30 - Temperature and Phase Changes

1.  Tune in at 8:20 for our lesson or watch the recorded video.

2.  Open the Monday Task Sheet - This will clarify everything you need to do for today's grade
3.  Watch the supplementary videos so you can answer the questions on the task sheet
4.  Turn in your assignments


Todays Learning Targets:
1.  To explain the changes in kinetic energy taking place in a phase change
2.  To illustrate the changes in thermal energy in the process of changing phases
3.  I can distinguish between endothermic and exothermic changes

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8.26.21 - Kinetic Molecular Theory in Google Classroom

8.26.21 - Kinetic Molecular Theory

1.  Open the WebQuest Document Below
2.  Use the attached links to complete the WebQuest
3.  Submit when finished
4.  Complete the "Ticket Out the Door"  (this is not a quiz, just a check for understanding)


I attached a couple of very short videos that I recommend watching as well.  They explain the concepts you are reading about

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8.25.2021  Density Quiz in Google Classroom

8.25.2021 Density Quiz

Attached below is the quiz for density.  Please answer questions on your own sheet of paper.  Use your notes!    


Take a picture of your responses and submit those pictures to be graded.


Remember:  1.  Show the formula you are using     2.  Show all of your work      3.  Report your answer with the correct units.


Please, please circle your answer for each question and be sure I can read your writing.

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8.25.2021 - Percent Error and Density Lab  in Google Classroom

8.25.2021 - Percent Error and Density Lab

1.  Use the slide show below to finish taking notes on the note sheet from yesterday.  It shows how to calculate percent error.  
2.  Use the "Accepted Values" slide to see what the correct/accepted values are for the samples you measured in lab yesterday.  Using this, you will be able to complete the back side of your lab sheet.  Finish the lab write up, take pictures of both sides and turn it in for me to grade.

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8.23.21 - Measurements in Google Classroom

8.23.21 - Measurements

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States of Matter in Google Classroom

States of Matter

1.  Take notes as directed in the notes column
2.  Answer questions 
3.  Submit for a grade

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Classification of Matter in Google Classroom

Classification of Matter

1.  Take notes as directed (take as many as you want, but be sure to answer the prompts I have provided)
2.  Answer all questions
3.  Submit for a grade

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Physical & Chemical Properties in Google Classroom

Physical & Chemical Properties

1.  Take notes as prompted (you are free to take as many notes as you find useful)
2.  Answer all questions
3.  Submit for a grade