AP Chemistry Schedule & Assignments
Week 2 (9/4− 9/8) - Scroll down to the appropriate day

Mon Sept 4 - No School Today - Labor Day
In Class we did,
  • no class
  • Outside of class you should, (same as last Friday)
  • Get going on your CALM
    • Topics 1 due Wed 9/6
    • Topic 2 Sect 1 due Wed 9/6 (sect 2 is optional)
    • Topic 2 Sect 3 due Mon 9/10 (sect 4 is optional)
  • Look up your assigned Rule # on the back of the Lab Safety Contract and start planning your poster. The poster is due on Wed Sept 6
  • Didn't get a three ring binder yet? This weekend would be a great time to get one and organize it. Use this link for ideas on how you might organize your notebook. If you need a binder (or dividers), there are plenty available in class, just come by and ask.
  • Please ask you adult-in-charge at home to email a hello to me

Tues Sept 5Extra Help Available Today
How do we describe the particulate nature of matter, and what effect does the nano have on the macro?
In Class we did,
  • Questions on the Safety Poster?
  • Atoms, Molecules, and More, Oh my! (slides 43-44)
  • Matter Matters (slides 20-27)
Outside of class you should,
  • Your Lab Safety Poster is due tomorrow, Wed Sept 6
  • Get going on your CALM
    • Topics 1 due Wed 9/6
    • Topic 2 Sect 1 due Wed 9/6 (sect 2 is optional)
    • Topic 2 Sect 3 due Mon 9/10 (sect 4 is optional)
Wed Sept 6 - Extra Help Available Today
How do we describe the particulate nature of matter, and what effect does the nano have on the macro?
In Class we did,
  • Opener: Weighted Averages
  • Atoms, Molecules, and More, Oh my! (slides 44-53)
  • Demo: Electrolysis of water & Gas tests
  • Literal Equations
  • Open House 6:30 tomorrow (There's a prize on the line!)
Outside of class you should,
  • Reading NS Do Practice A2 - Particle Vocab (Don't forget your can check your answers on the back)
  • Practice A3 - Literal Equation Practice
  • Get going on your CALM
    • Topics 1 due Wed 9/6
    • Topic 2 Sect 1 due Wed 9/6 (sect 2 is optional)
    • Topic 2 Sect 3 due Mon 9/10 (sect 4 is optional)
  • if you haven't already....Do Practice A1 - Property Vocab

Thurs Sept 7 - Extra Help Available Today
How do we describe the particulate nature of matter, and what effect does the nano have on the macro?
In Class we did,
  • Opener: S, L, & G (slides 60-65)
  • Demo: Flaming ramp (& slide 58 CO2 gas test)
  • Properties review (slide 31)
  • Classification of Matter & Mixtures (slides 70-89)
  • Over some Posters
Outside of class you should,
  • Reading NS A2 - Classification of Matter
  • Quiz on Friday; You should have already ....
    • read/studied both note sheets
    • worked all three practices,
    • and studied the vocabulary in LAD A1
  • Keep going on your CALM
    • Topics 1 & Topic 2 Sect 1 are now overdue, but better late than never! (sect 2 is optional)
    • Topic 2 Sect 3 due Mon 9/10 (sect 4 is optional)

Fri Sept 8 - Extra Help Available Today
How do we use macroscopic properties to separate the nanoscopic?
In Class we did,
  • Opener: Review Atoms/Molecules
  • Quiz
  • Lab A2 - Separation of Mixtures
  • More Posters
Outside of class you should,
  • working on LAD A2 - Separation of Mixtures
    • Revise your data table as necessary
    • Reading page 2, can you make pie graphs? you could get the first one started
    • As directed on page 2, get started on your flow chart (at least with paper and pencil for Monday)
  • Keep going on your CALM
    • Topics 1 & Topic 2 Sect 1 are now overdue, but better late than never! (sect 2 is optional)
    • Topic 2 Sect 3 due Mon 9/10 (sect 4 is optional)
  • Quiz didn't go so well?? Brush up over the weekend.