We’re continuing our last unit of first semester: Stoichiometry. It’s often considered but don’t fall behind and you’ll be fine.
Class Notes: Guided Notes
Class Presentation: Stoichiometry
Note: You can still do the homework from last week (until Tuesday): Complete the Google Form. Please do not consult outside resources – you will not be penalized for incorrect answers.
For the week:
M: W-Up, Notes & Practice: GFM and Moles
HW: Review p 291-304 in your book.
T: Lab: How Many Molecules in a Piece of Chalk
HW: Finish Lab
W: W-Up, Note & Practice: The Mole and Chem. Rxns
HW: p 315 # 53d,e, 58a,b,c, d, 59a — Show work!
R: Lab: Determining the Hydration of CuSO4
HW: Finish Lab, Study for Quiz
F: W-Up, Practice, Quiz
Key Content in Textbook: Chapter 10: pages 286-319
Important Note: This is some of the more difficult chemistry to learn. Use this as an opportunity to develop strategies to deal with challenging content.
A few thoughts:
- Make sure you get the basics (GFM, moles to grams, what the coefficients mean in a chem. Equation).
- Use a problem solving strategy (identify what is given, what you need to find, what conversion you need to make, does your answer make sense?).
- Use worked problems in class as a learning tool.