Mrs. Greig's Science Classes

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   Sep 07

Chemistry 11 Day 2

Please check out our Team in Office 365.
This is where the learning will be happening during this very different time.
All of you should be entered as part of our chemistry 11 team. If not, please email me
We should be up and running with some lessons next week? Hopeful!

Happy Spring Break!

Friday March 13th
Report cards home
Proportion and mole-mole calculations: practice worksheets

Wednesday March 11th
Introduction to stoichiometry: How much do chemists need, how much can they produce?

Monday March 9th
Period to complete lab reports: Titration and Molar Volume of a Gas
Predicting the molar volume lab day using PV=nRT

Thursday March 5th
Individual Summative
Lab reports due
Optional Term 2 Summative?

Tuesday March 3rd
Summative Part 1: Group Summative
Continue with lab report
Individual summative next class (Thursday)

Friday Feb 28th
Molar volume of a gas lab
Time to complete lab report
Preparation for summative next week

Wednesday Feb 26th
Molar volume of a gas at STP
Practice problems
Time to complete titration lab write up
Molar volume of a gas lab next day (Friday)

Monday Feb 24th
Titration Lab

Thursday Feb 20th
Quiz returned
Introduction to the Titration lab

Tuesday Feb 18th
Determining the concentration from mixing two solutions of the same type
Molarity quiz

Wednesday Feb 12th
Molarity: definition and problem solving
Practice problem solving together and complete worksheet

Monday Feb 10th
Tidy up any ideas of empirical and molecular formulas
Lesson reboot for mini school
Practice time for others

Thursday Feb 6th
Empirical and molecular formula- introduction and practice
Notes and Practice worksheet
Hebden pages 91 #44 and #45, pages 93 and #46
Mini school at Whistler

Tuesday Feb 4th
Summative on chemical reaction equations

Friday Jan 31st
Continue practice with classifying and balancing reaction equations
Include energy in the equation: endothermic and exothermic reactions
Summative next class Tuesday Feb 4th

Wednesday Jan 29th
Classifying chemical reaction equations
Complete the reaction equation from knowing the reactants
Summative Tuesday Feb 4th

Monday Jan 27th
Mole summative
Continue with balancing equations
Classifying chemical reaction equations if time

Thursday Jan 24th
Lab report due
Work on balancing chemical reaction equations
2 more worksheets (word equations)
Hebden page 110 #7-52 (formula equations)
(Biology students on field trip of Brain Research Centre @ UBC)
Mole summative: Monday Jan 27th

Tuesday Jan 22nd
Day 2 of lab
Introduction to next unit: How do chemists document and classify chemical reactions?
Mole summative: Monday Jan 27th
Work on balancing chemical reaction equations

No class Friday: Professional Day

Wednesday Jan 15th


Monday Jan 13th
Experiment 4B: Moles of Iron and Copper
Day 1
Summative on Mole: Tuesday Jan 22nd

Thursday Jan 9th
Whiteboard practice
Lab prep for next day

Tuesday Jan 7th
Happy New Year and Welcome Back
Molar mass revisited
Two practice worksheets (answers posted in the showcase) “The mole concept” and “Practice Problems”
Quiz next class
Lab on Monday

Happy Winter Break? See you in 2020.

Friday Dec 20th
Who consumed sucrose the fastest?
Some elemental facts of Santa
Colour-by-numbers chemistry-tree

Wednesday Dec 18th
Molar mass
Candy Cane lab: Determine the rate at which you consume sucrose molecules
Elemental word search with a hidden message

Monday Dec 16th
Mole calculations: particles to number of moles
Molar mass if time

Thursday Dec 12th
Introduction to the mole and Avogadro’s number
Practice vocabulary sheets
Macaroni Lab

Tuesday Dec 10th
Meaningful measurement summative
If time, introduction to the mole

Friday Dec 6th
Whiteboard practice with unit conversions
Talk about summative next class (review Learning Intentions sheet)
New concept: relative mass

Wednesday Dec 4th
Practice with whiteboards
Unit conversions
Preparation for summative Tuesday Dec 10th

Monday Dec 2nd
Scientific notation during addition and subtraction
Complex calculations and meaningful measurement
Practical lab with meaningful measurement
Additional practice sheets
Meaningful measurement summative Tuesday Dec 10th

Thursday Nov 28th
Optional Term 1 summative: early start at 7:45-8:00 am start
Meaningful measurement: multiplication and division, addition and subtraction
Scientific notation during multiplication and division
Practice worksheets
Hebden questions pages 39-40, #56-58

Tuesday Nov 26th
All work returned and progress report issued
Decide if taking the option term summative: Thursday Nov 28th at 7:45-8:00 am start
Begin meaningful measurement
Accuracy vs Precision
Counting the number of meaningful digits
Perfect counting numbers
Addition and subtraction if time

Friday Nov 22nd
Nomenclature summative
Begin next unit: What is meaningful measurement?
Optional Term 1 summative: Thursday Nov 28th at 7:45-8:00 am start

Wednesday Nov 20th
Quiz on nomenclature
Complete lab report
Active study for summative next class
Nomenclature summative Friday Nov 22

Monday Nov 18th
Lab: Determining the melting and solidification point of a pure substance
Day 1: do the experiment
Continue with practice on nomenclature
Quiz next class (Wednesday)
Nomenclature summative Friday Nov 22

Thursday Nov 14th
Return all marked assignments and summative
Practice nomenclature together using the whiteboards
Lab prep for “melting point of a pure substance” lab to begin on Monday
Nomenclature summative Friday Nov 22

Tuesday Nov 12th
Last day to work on Milk to Glue lab
Continue with naming compounds and writing formulas
ionic compounds with polyatomic ions, hydrates, covalent compounds, and acids
Practice worksheets
Quiz to come

Wednesday Nov 6th
Test glue strength, complete lab report and start next unit “How do chemists classify and name chemical compounds?”
Focus on binary ionic compounds with single and multi-talent metals
Practice worksheets (answers posted)

Monday Nov 4th
Day 2 of lab summative

Thursday Oct 31st
Day 1 of lab summative

Tuesday Oct 29th
Written summative on “How do chemists classify matter?”
Discussion of lab summative which will begin on Thursday

Thursday Oct 24th
Tidy up all lab reports and submit for assessment
Written summative next class Tuesday Oct 29th

Tuesday Oct 22nd
Chromatography Lab
Written Summative Tuesday Oct 29th

Friday Oct 18th
Separating Mixtures: Stations Lab Day 2

Wednesday Oct 16th
Separating Mixtures: Stations Lab Day 1

Friday Oct 11th
Tidy up everything from the last 2 days

Wednesday Oct 9th
Continue with work from last day

Monday Oct 7th
Quiz on hypothesis writing and observations
complete lab reports from last week
work on vocabulary matching and classifying matter worksheets

Thursday Oct 3rd
Classification of matter
Physical and chemical changes
Lab: Observing Chemical and Physical Changes
collect data and complete report(s) next week

Tuesday Oct 1
Discussion of: properties of matter, physical, chemical, intensive, extensive
Lab: Chemists analyze experimental results
collect data and begin analysis

Friday Sept 27th
Practice writing a hypothesis worksheet
Complete lab report and submit for assessment

Wednesday Sept 25th
Lab: Chemists make observations
complete procedure and try to complete the analysis
You will be given some time on Friday to complete the lab report.

Monday Sept 23rd
Safety quiz returned (please set a date to re-write if necessary)
Equipment quiz returned? Anyone need to write?
Review of assignment on observation and inference from last day
Hypothesis writing, Law and Theory discuss together
Lab prep for Wednesday: Act 1b. Chemists make observations
(Lab reports are to be kept in A105)
Lab on Wednesday

Thursday Sept 19th
Short class due to Terry Fox Run and Parent Walkabout
Practice with observation and inference
Equipment Quiz for all during class
Safety Quiz for minis in the am
First experiment on Wednesday next week

Tuesday Sept 17th
New Learning Intentions Sheet: How Do Chemists Investigate Matter?
Review of name and use of common chemistry lab equipment
Difference between observation and inference
Safety Quiz: Thursday after 8am for minis
Equipment Quiz: Thursday for all during class
Most likely a lab on Wednesday (possibly Friday) next week

Friday Sept 13th
Results from safety quiz. If you need to re-write you can do so during tutorial time
Equipment used in chemistry: names and uses, complete for next day
We will go over the worksheet next class
Quiz will be next week.
“Who Am I?” Identify which of the first 20 elements is being described

Wednesday Sept. 11th
International safety symbols (household)
WHMIS safety symbols (GHS) Globally Harmonized System
Write safety quiz

Monday Sept. 9th
Review safety activity worksheet
Complete for Wednesday
Safety quiz on Wednesday, 30 multiple choice questions. You must get at least 26/30 or you will need to re-write

Thurs Sept. 5th
Discuss Chem 11 goal for the year
Hand out course outline, take home and get signed
Distribute Heath textbooks if wanted
Start Safety unit (Mini school students to complete and be ready to do Safety Quiz upon their return. We will set a date and time for everyone to write together.)