4 Chemistry 2021https://meet.google.com/apizxpehwy Assignments
 Instructor
 Mrs. Jill Stansbury
 Term
 20202021 School Year
 Department
 11th Grade
 Description

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Past Assignments
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Lab done inclass, on paper as a group but each with your own paper.
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Read the article, answer the adaptive practice questions, then click "Turn In."
Per Principal Gould, this counts as your attendance today (so no Starter today), as well as your work. It is due NO LATER THAN 3:30 PM TODAY!
Per Principal Gould, this counts as your attendance today (so no Starter today), as well as your work. It is due NO LATER THAN 3:30 PM TODAY!
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Done in class. Those who were absent will need to see me to get the "3 problems" mentioned.
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Done on paper in class
Complete 16 before class on Tuesday!!
Complete 16 before class on Tuesday!!
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How would you determine which type of reaction you might see in a chemical equation?
Use the notes we took in class to help you answer this question. Please use correct grammar and sentence structures to answer this question.
Use the notes we took in class to help you answer this question. Please use correct grammar and sentence structures to answer this question.
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AFTER submitting your completed final project, list yourself and your partner(s) names and give me a percentage rating for everyone's contribution to the complete final project. The total should equal 100%! (If you feel your group of 3 worked equally, then list each person at 33.3%.) If you have other comments to share with me, add it to your response. Make sure you're using the space for "Your Answer" and not the space for "Private Comments" or "Class Comments."
For example...
Sue 20%
Ned 50%
Tim 30%
For example...
Sue 20%
Ned 50%
Tim 30%
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Read the article, answer the Adaptive Practice questions, then click "Turn In."
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You may work with a partner (only one) to complete this simulation. You may both turn in just one copy of the document, or you can complete them independently.
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Read the article, answer the Adaptive Practice questions (green button in lower right corner), then click Turn In (yellow button in top, middle of article).
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Read the article, answer the adaptive practice questions. then click "Turn In."
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Draw (freehand) Bohr diagrams of the following elements. Turn in a picture of your work. (Video notes on how to do this are linked in the agenda!)
beryllium9
beryllium11
sodium23
sulfur32
argon40
beryllium9
beryllium11
sodium23
sulfur32
argon40
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You may use a calculator for BASIC operations, but you may NOT use it for entering scientific notation problems.
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Use the data you collected in class to complete the Analysis & Conclusion sections of the lab report.
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Watch the video to help you complete this worksheet.
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Take a picture of your work to turn in this assignment.
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Be sure to do only the problems indicated on the Agenda! Otherwise you will be doing too much!
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Complete the worksheet and turn in. The lesson Slideshow is available for you to view if you need to.
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Watch the PBS movie “Hunting the Elements”
1) make a list of the elements discussed
2) next to each element give me 1 or more property(s) of that element
3) tell me if it is a physical or chemical property
You can attach a Google Doc or a picture of handwritten notes.
1) make a list of the elements discussed
2) next to each element give me 1 or more property(s) of that element
3) tell me if it is a physical or chemical property
You can attach a Google Doc or a picture of handwritten notes.
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1) Read the article.
2) Answer the Review Questions at the bottom.
3) Upload an image of a nutrition label.
2) Answer the Review Questions at the bottom.
3) Upload an image of a nutrition label.
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Most of these questions can be found within the course syllabus, which can be found in the Resources section of this Google Classroom.