Unit 1 Matter and Measurement

    • Handouts of Mr. Sandquist's Expectations, Element List, and Significant Figures
    • Read sections 1.3, 1.5, and 1.6
    • Get Safety Rules signed by your parent or guardian
    • Complete worksheets on Scientific Notation, Significant Figures, Metric System, and Dimensional Analysis
    • View four Chemtours videos on Sig Figs, Scientific Notation, Dimensional Analysis, and Temperature Conversions: http://www.wwnorton.com/college/chemistry/chemistry3/ch/01/chemtours.aspx
    • Exchange textbooks in library
    • Baggie Lab 
    • Handout: Bluffer's Guide and Measurement Pre-Lab
    • Review Baggie Lab
    • Homework: Study Questions
    • Measurement Lab
    • Homework: Rewrite Baggie Labette

    Unit 1 Test - 20 questions in 15 minutes MAX. 

    Unit 3 Molecules and Compounds
    • Read about Calculating Molar Mass page 95
    • Study and Memorize the naming rules in Sections 2.6, 2.7, and 2.8. You should devote some time to this. Memorize Table 2.4 and 2.5.
    • This guy is a little weird, but does a good job explaining "Naming Inorganic Compounds."  Watch him at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDY5lLTSPns
    • Handouts: Study List, 40 Ions to Memorize, Organize Your Ions, and Molar Mass and % Composition
    • Instruction: Molar Mass and % Composition
    • Homework: Organize Your Ions
    • Homework: Chapter 2 odd numbered problems 2.67 to 2.77.  Answers to odd numbered (red) problems are in your textbook in Appendix A.
    • Quick Check #1
    • Hydrate Demonstration Experiment
    • Review Hydrate Demonstration Experiment
    • Homework: Mole Calculations: Difficulty Level 1 and Mole Calculations: Difficulty Level 2
    • Due: Organize your Ions and Chapter 2 Problems 2.67 to 2.77
    • The Ion Bee - stand up and demonstrate your knowledge of common ions
    • In class: Review mole calculations 
    • Homework: Hydrates and Composition Problems
    • Homework: Mole Calculations: Difficulty Level 3

     Early Dismissal Day - 40 minute periods

    • In class: Quick Check #2 
    • In class: Review Hydrates and Composition Problems
    • Homework: Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds - due Monday.

    Weekend Homework due Monday:  Unit 3 Practice FRQ (Free Response Question).  This is your first sample of the AP test questions. You MUST follow directions. You MUST show your work, and your work cannot be scattered all over the page. Start in the upper left corner and work across OR down, but another person should be able to follow your logic.  ALWAYS put a square around your final answers. We will review the answers on Monday.

    • Unit 3 Nine Station Review for test Tuesday


    • Unit 3 Test



    Unit 4 Chemical Equations and Stoichiometry

    • Instruction on how to balance Combustion Reactions
    • Handout: Unit 4 Study List
    • Homework: Combustion Equations worksheet - you must show work
    • Homework: Watch 2 Videos for Balancing Equations and Limiting Reactants on Norton site at http://wwnorton.com/college/chemistry/chem4/chemtours.aspx
    • Homework: Chemical Analysis


    • Instruction on balancing equations
    • Homework: Balancing Equations worksheet
    • Instruction on Limiting Reactants
    • Homework: Six Stoichiometry Problems worksheet




    • Quick Check #1
    • Review of Six Stoichiometry Problems 


    • Discussion of FRQs
    • Quick Check #2
    • Labette "Finding the Ratio of Moles"
    • Handout/Homework: Chemical Analysis
    • Homework: Unit 4 Study Questions and Problems
    •  Unit 4 Nine Station Review
    •  Unit 4 Test


    • Complete Unit 4 test and grade
    • Review AP Question from "Chemical Analysis"
    • Turn in worksheets:
    1. Combustion Problems
    2. Balancing Equations
    3. Six Stoichiometry Problems
    4. Study Questions
    5. Chemical Analysis
    • Homework: AP Questions (sample test questions from past years)

     Unit 5 Reactions in Aqueous Solutions

    • Attention:  This is the unit where the real work starts.
    • Read Chapter 4.1 and 4.2
    • Handout: Study List - read this carefully.  There is a lot of information on here.
    • Handout: Types of Reactions
    • Handout: Precipitate Reactions Pre-lab
    • Handout: Study Questions and Problems 
    • Review "Molarity"
    • Precipitate Prelab
    • Collect Homework 4.13 to 4.57
       Precipitate Lab
    • Quick Check #2 and answers
    • Homework: Test yourself on Ions
    • Homework: Precipitate Practice #1
    • Homework: Predicting Reactions

    Solubility Rules Quiz

    Review "Predicting Reactions"

    • Learn 8 Strong Acids and 5 Strong Bases - memorize
    • Learn how to name acids
    • Homework: Naming Acids 
    • Review Unit 5 Study List and Strong acids and bases
    • Cabbage Juice Lab

     Quick Check #3

    Review: Four driving forces for double replacement reactions:
    1. Precipitates
    2. Acid-Base reactions forming water
    3. Gas forming reactions
    4. Oxidation/reduction reactions 
     Homework: Naming Practice (Ions, acids, and molecular) (gotta know 'em all!)
     Homework: Acid-Base and Gas Forming Reactions 

     Oxidation/reduction Lab

    Homework: Read Section 4.4 on Oxidation/reduction. Carefully review Sample Problems 4.8, 4.9, and 4.10.

    Homework: Problems 4.45 to 4.57 odd - due Thursday

    Redox Rules for individual atoms in compounds.

    Homework:  Watch video on Oxidation/Reduction at https://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/ap-ch-5-oxidation-reduction-introduction/1072714/?ref=link 

    Homework: Oxidation Numbers and Redox
    Homework: Practice Problems
    Homework: Study Questions and Problems 
       ANOTHER Quiz on Ions and Solubility Rules.  Yea! (Because the first one was so fun)

     Quick Check #4

    HomeworkTake Home Test from National Chemistry Olympics 1999 Due MONDAY!

       Unit 5 Nine Station Review

     Unit 5 Test

    Homework packet due:

    • Naming acids
    • Naming Practice
    • Acid-Base and Gas Forming Equations
    • Introduction to Oxidation/Reduction
    • Oxidation Numbers and Redox
    • Practice Problems
    Homework: Read chapter 5.1 and 5.2 for Wednesday
       Begin Unit 6 = Energy and Chemical Reactions