Periods 1, 2 & 4
Intro to Class
Chemistry I Reference Sheet
Instructions for Drawing Lewis Structures
Molecular Shape Reference Sheet
Lab Safety Contract 2017-2018
Flinn Scientific Safety Rules
Current Major Assignments
Week of Feb. 26th
- Ch. 7-11 Test make up
- Read and take notes Ch. 21.2
- Mole Conversions Practice CW/HW
- More practice on Balancing Equations, Mole Conversions or Percent Composition (choose one or more)
- HONORS - Read and take notes on Ch. 20.1-20.3
Study for Ch. 7-11 TEST on Friday, Feb. 23
- Write two multiple choice, mole conversion problems (with 4 answer choices and the correct answer worked out)
- p. 338 #51, 53, 54, 60, 61, 62 practice problems
- Practice Test
Ch. 10.1, 10.2 and 10.3 Notes - due Tuesday, Feb. 20
Types of Reactions Lab Report - due Tuesday, Feb. 13 (last day accepted Wed., Feb. 21, 10% penalty per day late)
Types of Reactions Brochure - due Friday, Feb. 9 (last day accepted Tues., Feb. 20)
Crash Course - Chemistry
Georgia Public Broadcasting - Chemistry
Bozeman Science - Chemistry
Bozeman Science - AP Chemistry
Khan Academy - Chemistry
Khan Academy - Chemistry (in Spanish)
Good note taking
Use/develop a style of notes that works for you (Cornell notes, outline, concept maps/mind maps, etc.).
Review your previous notes before taking the next set of notes.
THINK – Your notes need to be your thought process about the information. Be actively engaged!
Note all key concepts!
They’re notes… keep it short and to the point.
Use your own words. You can only come up with your own words if you process the information.
Develop standard abbreviations and ways of noting things (e.g. putting boxes around scientific laws and formulas).
Keep your notes in order.
Review, highlight, add to and quiz yourself on your notes. The more you use them, the more you know!