*Image: "Two point defects adorning the copper (111) surface. The point defects (possibly impurity atoms) scatter the surface state electrons resulting in circular standing wave patterns." (researcher.watson.ibm.com. Credit: IBM/Crommie, Lutz, Eigler)*

**CHEMISTRY**

*Mr. Ingram*

*Chemistry News, room 3106, Feb. 19, 2019*

**Stoichiometry draw to a close**as students will take the unit seven test on Thursday of this week. Following the test, students will re-visit the Scratch computer programming environment, creating Scratch programs that will automate mole calculations based on input from the user.
## Lesson Goals & Activities; homework assignmentsFriday | Feb. 22Learning target: Automate routine calculations using computer code.Success criterion: Write a Scratch program to calculate moles.Lesson agenda: Scratch development (in Canvas): mole calculator.Homework: Stoichiometry experiment report due Tuesday. Feb. 21Thursday | Learning target: Demonstrate mastery of unit seven concepts.Success criterion: Earn a good score on today's test.Lesson agenda: Unit seven test.Homework: Stoichiometry experiment report due Tuesday.Wednesday | Feb. 20Learning target: Calculate masses, gas volumes, and solution volumes for reactions.Success criterion: Accurately solve a variety of stoichiometry problems.Lesson agenda: Stoichiometry experiment analysis; stoichiometry practice.Homework: Unit seven test Thursday.Tuesday | Feb. 19Learning target: Compare the theoretical and actual yields in a chemical reaction.Success criterion: Calculate theoretical and actual yields in a specific reaction.Lesson agenda: Stoichiometry experiment analysis.Homework: Stoichiometry experiment report due Tuesday.Friday | Feb. 8Learning target: Compare the theoretical and actual yields in a chemical reaction.Success criterion: Calculate theoretical and actual yields in a specific reaction.Lesson agenda: Stoichiometry experiment.Homework: Unit seven test next Wednesday.Thursday | Feb. 7Learning target: Solve stoichiometry problems involving solids, solutions, and gases.Success criterion: Accurately solve problems involving various molar amounts of gases.Lesson agenda: Gas problems 2 worksheet.Homework: Molar gas volume experiment report due Thursday.Wednesday | Feb. 6Learning target: Use the molar volume of a gas to convert gas volumes to moles.Success criterion: Accurately solve problems involving various molar amounts of gases.Lesson agenda: Molar gas volume experiment analysis; Gas problems 2 worksheet.Homework: Molar gas volume experiment report due Wednesday.Monday | Feb. 4Learning target: Estimate the molar volume of a gas.Success criterion: Experimentally determine the volume of a mole of hydrogen at STP.Lesson agenda: Molar gas volume experiment.Homework: Molar gas volume experiment report due Wednesday.Friday | Feb. 1Learning target: Compare the key properties of gases to those of liquids and solids.Success criterion: Compare the potential and kinetic energies of solids, liquids, and gases.Lesson agenda: Kinetic molecular theory discussion; gas problems worksheet.Homework: None.Thursday | Jan. 31Learning target: Given the initial state of an enclosed gas system, predict the final state.Success criterion: Accurately solve combined gas law problems.Lesson agenda: Gas data analysis activity; gas problems worksheet.Homework: Gas problems worksheet due Friday.Wednesday | Jan. 30Learning target: Show the derivation of an equation that's a natural law.Success criterion: Derive the combined gas law.Lesson agenda: Gas data analysis activity (Canvas).Homework: Gas data analysis activity due Thursday.Tuesday | Jan. 29Learning target: Mathematically describe direct and inverse relationships.Success criterion: Write equations for relationships between gas phase variables.Lesson agenda: Gas data analysis activity (Canvas).Homework: Gas data analysis activity due Wednesday.Monday | Jan. 28Learning target: Identify relationships between pairs of variables as direct or inverse.Success criterion: Determine direct vs. inverse for pairs of gas phase variables.Lesson agenda: Gas data analysis activity (Canvas).Homework: Molarity worksheets due Tuesday.Friday | Jan. 25Learning target: Convert between molarities, masses of solutes, & volumes of solvent.Success criterion: Accurately solve a variety of molarity problems.Lesson agenda: Molarity experiment analysis; molarity practice problems.Homework: None.Thursday | Jan. 24Learning target: Convert between molarities, masses of solutes, & volumes of solvent.Success criterion: Accurately solve a variety of molarity problems.Lesson agenda: Molarity experiment analysis; molarity practice problems.Homework: Molarity experiment report due Friday.Wednesday | Jan. 23Learning target: Describe the importance of the concept of molarity.Success criterion: Measure/calculate the molarity of a solution.Lesson agenda: Molarity experiment.Homework: Molarity experiment report due Friday. |
## upcoming
Unit Seven Test | Thurs. 2/21/19## Handouts
Gas Problems 2 Key | 2/19/192/8/19Stoichiometry Experiment | Gas Problems #2 | 2/5/19Molar Gas Volume Expt. | 2/6/19Gas Worksheet Key | 1/31/19Gas Problems Worksheet | 1/30/19Molarity Worksheets Key | 1/25/19Molarity Worksheets | 1/25/19Molarity Experiment | 1/23/19Lab Report Scoring Guide | 10/17/18Ion List | 9/13/18Course Syllabus | 8/28/18 |