|Date||Chapter||Notes||Assignments||Quizzes and Extra Help|
|1.7||Chapter 1||Intro to Chem|
Complete these notes and post in your spiral notebook
|Safety and Procedures Quiz|
|1.18||Chapter 1||Properties of Matter||Mixtures Quiz|
|2.8||Chapter 2||Data Collection|
Conversions Worksheets (problems 1-a, b, c, e; 2 a, b, c, d, e; 3 a, b, c, d, e; 4 a, b; 5, 9, 10, 11, 12 a, b,c, d; 18 a, b, c, d)
If your study guide is complete, you will be able to use your notes on the test!
Scientific Notation, Significant Figures, and Conversions Quiz
|2.16||Chapter 3||History of the Atom|
Section 1 and 2 Worksheet (see me)
|3.17||Chapter 4||Modern Atomic Theory|
Electron Configuration Packet (see me)
|Test will be on March 18, 2011|
|3.29||Chapter 5||The Periodic Table|
Test Study Guide (p. 166-167; questions 1-38)
Journal Entry: Prepare a report tracing the evolution of the current periodic table since 1900. Cite the chemists involved and their major contributions. Include at least one website - be sure to reference it under your journal entry. NO WIKIPEDIA! Should be (at least!) 100 words.
Chem ICU - This link provides all the assignments that I am missing from you. You will need your student ID number to figure out which assignments I am missing from you.
Labs (To be in the Lab Composition Notebook):
|Separation of Mixtures Lab|
|Analysis of an Area of Chemistry|
|Scientific Notations Lab|
|Research on Early Atomic Theorist|