Finish the two chemical formula/name worksheets.
Be sure you have supported your learning by reading carefully the textbook sections 4.1 and 4.2.
Please complete the practice problems on p. 187, 188, and 190 of the text book.
Be sure you have worked on 4.1 and 4.2 in the workbook and have attempted to complete them.
We will continue going over answers in class.
Period 2-3: please complete worksheets given in class.
Work on the periodic table handout as a review only. Not for handing in.
Be sure you have read up to 4.2 in the text.
Finish the diagram of the atom (see p. 170 or the workbook for some good examples). Label the diagram, and list as many facts/points about the atom and atomic bonding as you are able.
Complete section 4.2 in the workbook.
Go to periodictable.com. You were assigned a number in class. That number corresponds to the atomic number of the element you will research on the periodictable.com site. For example, if you were assigned #1 by me in class today, that means your element is atomic #1, Hydrogen. If you are #2, that is Helium, and so on.
You will make a mini poster for next class. On an 8.5 X 11 inch piece of blank paper (no lines), provide the following information:
On the mini poster, show:
the element name,
whether it is a metal or non-metal,
its period (horizontal row on the periodic table)
its group(family) (vertical column on the periodic table),
whether it is a solid, liquid, or gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP),
some of its characteristics,
and applications/uses (what do we use that element for?)
Include at least one image.
Please be sure to include references on the mini poster (list all sources that you used).
Please refer to periodictable.com and select one element for your slide.
Check the spreadsheet shared with us (thanks, Harman!) to make sure no one has chosen that element. No duplicates, please.
Include the element name, atomic number, atomic mass, whether it is a metal or non-metal, its period and group(family), whether it is a solid, liquid, or gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP), some of its characteristics, interesting facts, and applications/uses. Include at least one image.
Please be sure to include references on the slide.
Begin reading chapter 4. You should aim to finish section 4.1 and 4.2 reading by the end of the week.
Draw and label a diagram of an atom (see workbook or p. 170 in text for an example).
Read the relevant text/workbook sections (4.1, 4.2) and list as many points as possible about atoms and atomic bonding.
This is a repeat of the information given out in class and posted on the old blog prior to it going down.
Safety Project – Due Monday 21 Sep 2015:
Give the name, symbol, and explanation of the safety or WHMIS symbol.
Give an example of the hazard or risk involved. For example, you could put it in the form of “what not to do” or advice on the correct technique to avoid the danger.
Be prepared to do a one-half to one minute presentation on the slide(s). All group members much participate in the presentation.
Email or share the slide with me, and have it on your device/drive as well.
The slides should all be compatible (google slide is what we decided on) so that they can be combined into a single slideshow.
Finish slide for slideshow.
Email slide to me.
Study for safety test, see p. 552 and other resources, know safety symbols. Test will include scientific method.
Prepare 1/2 minute to 1 minute mini presentation of your slide.
Finish 4.1 in workbook and read 4.2 in text.
Study for safety quiz on Monday – p. 552
Know safety and WHMIS symbols.
There will also be 2 or 3 questions on the scientific method.