# Week of March 16-20th, 2015

Update:  Quiz from Tuesday

As we move closer and closer to spring break, we’ll wrap up this week with a Unit Test on Solutions.

Be sure to check Edline and talk with me if you have any questions.  There’s not long left in this marking period.

This Week …

M:   W-Up, Activity: Solvation (Dissolving)
HW: Study for Quiz Tuesday

T: W-Up, Notes & Practice, Quiz
HW: Study for Unit Text Next Week

W: W-Up, Lab: Boiling Point Elevation, Freezing Point Dep.
HW: Complete Practice Test

R:   W-Up, Notes & Practice: Equilibrium
HW: Study for Unit Test

F: Unit Test
HW:

Important Note: We’ll be learning how to use our understanding of moles to make solutions of a precise concentration.  The math is similar to what we used for the previous topic. The key to learning here is to relate the math to the concepts we are learning. Make sure you understand what the answers you obtain from the equation mean in the real world.

Key Content in Textbook for Solutions
Chapter 16, p 470-490

# Week of March 9-13th, 2015

After a nice long weekend we’ll finally have our unit test on Gases and States of matter this Monday.  See the previous post below for documents and videos to help you be successful.

This week we’ll start a new unit on Solutions (solubility, dissolving, solute, solvent, etc.)

Guided Notes for Solutions
Class Presentation
Key Content in Textbook for Solutions: Chapter 16, p 470-490

For the week:

M: Unit Test: Gases and States of Matter
HW:

T: W-Up, Notes & Practice: Solutions & Molarity
HW: Finish Molarity Worksheet

W:   W-Up, Activity: Solubility Curves
HW: page 499, #44, 51, 53 (show work!)

R: W-Up, Lab: Making Solutions
HW: Finish Lab

F:   W-Up, Notes & Practice: Dilutions, Quiz
HW:

Important Note: We’ll be learning how to use our understanding of moles to make solutions of a precise concentration.  The math is similar to what we used for the gas laws.

The key to learning here is to relate the math to the concepts we are learning. Make sure you understand what the answers you obtain from the equation mean in the real world.

Key Content in Textbook for Solutions
Chapter 16, p 470-490