Welcome to grade 11 University Chemistry

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Method of Scientific citation -How to properly cite a reference in the body of your written report.

June 2017





Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
29
Class:
1) 25 min to complete
qualitative analysis
2) Acid/Base properties review
Pg 35-36
video 10: Arrhenius
bronstead theories of acids and bases
Homwk:
1) Pg 28-29
2) note issues with
arrhenius theory
30
Class:
1) Took up issues
with Arrhenius theory
2) Strong vs weak
acids
What makes an acid
dangerous? Pg 37
3) calculating pH
Pg 38
video 11: acid strength and pH
Homwk:
1) Text Pg 379 !-10
Booklet Pg 39
31
Class:
1) Took up Question Pg 379 1-10
Pg 39 in booklet
3) Note on titrations
(handout)
4) Worked on problems

video 12: titrations

Homwk:
1) Pg 40-41 bookelt
text Pg 404 1-6
1
Class:
1) Complete titration on pg 402
using acetic acid

Homwk:
1)
2
Class:
1) Took up pg 40-41
Work period
Complete Pg 42-45
and practice test
Homwk:
1) Finish above
5
Class:
1) Took up practice
test
2) Introduction to gases. Comparison of attractions
between particles in solids, liquids, and gases
3) Comparison of kinetic energy between states
4) Copied Kinetic Molecular Theory from text Pg 421


omwk:
1) Pg 423 Q#1-7
6
Class:
1) Solutions Test

Homwk:
1)
7
Class:
1) Finished last page
of test
2) Worked on graphing
the 3 laws on Pg 3-4 of gas booklet.

Homwk:
1) Finish graphs
8
Class:
1) Performed
experiments to
validate
Boyle and Charles Law

Homwk:
1) Hand graph the data and answer the discussion questions for
each.
9
Class:
1)

Homwk:
1)
10
Class:
1) Took up graphing of boyles law, Charles Law, Guy
Lussac's law
Notes on Pg 5-11
Tried sample calculations for each law
Homwk:
1) Pg 7, 10 booklet
2) Text Pg 435# 5-12
Pg 446 #2-6
11
Class:
1) Dalton's Law Pg 12
2) Combined gas Law
Pg 14
Worked on booklet sheets 13 and 15

Homwk:
1) Text PG 457 Q#12-21
Pg 460-61 Q# 22-25, + Sec
Rev 1+5
12
Class:
1) Took up issues with homework
2) Stoichiometry
and gas calculations
Pg.19
3) Worked on
booklet pg20-21

Homwk:
1) Text Pg 450 PP#13-16
451 Sec Rev#2-5
13
Class:
1) Took up issues with homework
2) Avagadro's hypothesis and
Avagadro's Law note Pg 23
Tried some
3) Ideal gas Law note pg 25
Tried some
4) Worked on Pg 27

Homwk:
1) Finish pg 27
2) Text 487PP#12-15
14
Class:
1) Gas test/quiz
2) Took up ideal gas law
questions
3) Work on problems
booklet Pg 23 Q# 25-27, 21
and last page of booklet
3)


Homwk:
1) Inquiy:
Design and experiment to prove
Avagadro's assumption that the molar volume of a gas is 22.4 L @STP
19
Class:
1) Inquiry procedure due.
performed gas lab
Homwk:
1)
20
Class:
1)

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1)
21
Class:
1)

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1)
22
Class:
1)

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1)
23
Class:
1) P1 Exam

Homwk:
1)
26
Class:
1) Pd 2 exam

Homwk:
1)
27
Class:
1) Pd 3 exam

Homwk:
1)
28
Class:
1) Pd 4 exam

Homwk:
1)
29
Class:
1)
Graduation


Homwk:
1)
30
Class:
1)

Homwk:
1)



Safety skills practice

grade 12 periodic table
teacher resources
3U Textbook
Resource package

Practice exam



Unit Page Topics:

1) Matter, Chemical Trends, and Chemical Bonding

2) Chemical Reactions

3) Quantities in Chemical Reactions

4) Solutions and Solubility

5) Gases and Atmospheric Chemistry




1) Essay checklist.doc
2) Essay format
3) Essay example
How to reference in scientific papers

Calculators
statistics

These are researching tools that our school has purchased: 1) EBSCO (username:ursuline, password:Pines)
2) sirs

This is the program used at school
Smart Ideas (IDEASONTSBDA8B599G788F)
These are other options
Online Mind Map and
Graphic organizers

Studying chemistry


Catholic Graduate Expectations



Course Introduction and Safety


Inquiry Learning Information


OSP (ontario workplace essential skills)
Choose an occupation you are interested in pursuing. Record the job tasks in a chart. Using the skills and work habits in the OSP, identify those which you think are necessary for each job task.


Workplace habits and skills
or overview of essential workplace skills


Science Simulation Site(the class code is VWCXADG3MA ) You will need to sign yourself in as a new student so follow the procedure given)






online periodictables

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