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Fall Semester Warm - ups and other information
 
Sept. 3 & 4, 2020         Week 1

Take attendance the “old school way”

Breathe!

Remind sign up

Online classroom etiquette

Online etiquette and Jamboard activity

HW: Getting acquainted google form ( due Monday by 3 p.m. please)

Always look to the stream for zoom links and updates

 
Tues & Wed 9/8/20 and 9/9/20              Week 2
Attendance from waiting room - when you get into class please answer the following question in the chat: “What are you looking forward to this week?”
Schedule  - what is it going to be like ? (at least for the time being)
Discuss class procedures
Breathe!
Comics!!
Remind sign up
Zoom poll
Stretch break
Online classroom etiquette
Online etiquette and  whole class Jamboard activity
Always look to the stream for zoom links and updates
Parting thoughts


 

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 Thurs & Friday 9/10/20 & 9/11/20 Week 2
Zoom poll for POSSIBLE “office hours for Mondays”
Group Norms
Getting acquainted with each other (Jamboard activity with breakout groups) 

HW: About Me Google slides activity due Sunday 9/13/2020
 
 Monday September 14, 2020             Week 3
Zoom protocols 
Go over syllabus
W: Google form “quiz” to be completed by 3 p.m. today!
 
Tues & Wed 9/15/20 & 9/16/20 Week 3
Quick zoom poll
Grading scale changed according to SCUSD Board of Education
Everyone got 2 EC points on yesterday’s “quiz”
Share Jamboard group activity from last week(5th period; - we’ll do it today!  10 minutes - it will be new groups)
Stretch break
Go over Getting acquainted responses (from forms)
Parting thoughts . . . In the chat:

What are you grateful for from today?

SCUSD Board Adopted Grading Scale

A             (90-100%)            

B             (80-89%)             

C             (70-79%)              

D             (60-69%)             

F              (50-59%) 

I               Incomplete                            

 Thurs & Fri 9/17/20 & 9/18/20 Week 3
Let’s start exploring some Chemistry! Jamboard in Break out rooms based on videos you’ve watched
Stretch break
Introduce Fall Semester project
In the chat: What is one thing you like about this class, so far? AND Did you watch the videos I assigned Wednesday?
Breathe!
Comics
Let’s start exploring some Chemistry! Jamboard in Break out rooms based on videos you’ve watched
Stretch break
Introduce Fall Semester project
Parting thoughts . . . In the chat:
What was your favorite thing about today/this week?
 
Monday 9/21/2020         Week 4
5-6 people MAXIMUM for each topic for semester project; too many already for decriminalization of marijuana
Any questions about “Fireworks” assignment?

Asynchronous HW: watch “One Corker of a Lab” video made by Ms. Gluckmann and fill out the data table provided; be ready to come together in your groups to discuss the questions Tuesday/Wednesday
  • Asynchronous HW: Read pages 100-109 and fill in (in your textbook) the answers to  questions 3 -6 and 8-13 [please try to have this completed by Thursday/Friday]

 
 

Tues & Wed 9/22/20 & 9/23/20 Week 4

Chemistry observations (Jamboards in breakout rooms)

Stretch break

One Corker of a Lab (Jamboards in breakout rooms; one slide per group will be graded)

Asynchronous HW: Read pages 100-109 and fill in (in your textbook) the answers to  questions 3 -6 and 8-13 [please try to have this completed by Thursday/Friday]

Parting thoughts . . . 

In the chat: What are you still wondering about today?

 
Thurs & Fri 9/24/20 & 9/25/20 Week 4
In the chat: What is one of your hopes or dreams for this school year?Breathe!
Comics!
Zoom poll
Go over HW in the classwork tab
P,N,E chart with jamboards in breakout rooms
Stretch break
Notes on Basic Atomic Theory (Google slides posted in classroom)
HW: Intensive and Extensive Properties due next Tuesday/Wednesday; math packet due Thursday/Friday (watch videos listed for help)
Assessment next week on Basic Atomic Theory and Math
 
 Monday 9/28/2020    Week 5
Debrief “One Corker of a Lab”
Go over HW from the textbook
Project choice for semester project due tonight by 6 p.m. tonight
HW: Intensive and Extensive Properties due Tuesday/Wednesday - we will be doing them together in breakout rooms on Jamboards
Math packet due Thursday/Friday (watch the videos for help!)
I will be “collecting” HW from textbook by Friday
 
Tues and Wed 9/29/20 & 9/30/20        Week 5
Go over “Intensive and Extensive Properties” in breakout rooms on Jamboards
Finish going over bookwork
Stretch break
Go over “Basic Atomic Theory” google slides
Math packet due Thursday/Friday
Assessment next Monday  (10/5/2020)- Investigation 4  Experience 1 (Basic Atomic Theory) Plus math (16 M, 5 free response - total 40 points) Download the “EquatIO” extension for google chrome
 
Thursday and Friday 9/30/20 & 10/1/20  Week 5
Quick poll: Weekend study session?
Debrief “Intensive and Extensive Properties” WS
Go over math packet (using iPad to show work)
After school - open zoom session (2-3:30 p.m) on Thursday
Assessment next Monday  (10/5/2020)- Investigation 4  Experience 1 (Basic Atomic Theory) Plus math (16 MC, 5 free response - total 40 points) Download the “EquatIO” extension for google chrome
 
Monday October 5, 2020 Week 6

Questions?

Assessment released this afternoon (3 p.m. - 5 p.m.)

 
Tuesday/Wednesday 10/6 & 10/7/2020 Week 6
Review assignments in Google Classroom
Start “Bohr Model and Modern Atomic Theory” google slides presentation and notes (Stretch break in the middle)
HW: read pages 110-115 and answer Questions 15 - 18 IN YOUR BOOK! Due Thursday/Friday AND  Electrons in Atoms WS problems 1-6 ( be prepared to write out responses on jamboards in breakout rooms Thursday/Friday) 
Excellent movie to watch: Albert Einstein’s Big Idea - Nova Documentary          (1 hour 50 min) LINK ON VIDEO LINK MATERIAL’S PAGE
TEST MAKE-UP TIME TUESDAY 3-5 p.m.
 
Thursday/Friday 10/8 & 10/9/2020      Week 6
Go over HW (book work as a whole class and Q 1-6 on WS in breakout rooms on Jamboards) 
Stretch break
Continue notes (including Nearpod lesson)
HW: Lab: watch video over the weekend and start filling in data tables
HW: Read pages 116-129 and answer Q 19-29 in your textbook
 

Monday October 12, 2020 Week 7

Go over Free response portion of assessment - basic atomic theory and math

Discuss what needs to be included in the lab write up due later this week

Notes?

HW: Lab write-up due Thursday/Friday

HW: Read pages 116-129 and answer Q 19-29 in your textbook due Thursday/Friday

Reminder Part B and Part C of the fall semester project is due Monday November 2, 2020

 

Tues & Wed 10/13 & 10/14/20       Week 7

Zoom poll (supplies for an upcoming activity)

Notes

HW: Lab: finish lab write-up (due Thursday/Friday)

HW: Read pages 116-129 and answer Q 19-29 in your textbook (due Thursday/Friday)

 
Thurs & Fri 10/15 and 10/16/2020 Week 7
Continue notes
Stretch break!
Go over bookwork (on real whiteboard)
HW: finish worksheet for Tuesday/Wednesday; Collisions due next
Thursday/Friday
Please submit lab write-up by end of the day AND submit bookwork by the end of the day as well.
 
Monday October 19, 2020 Week 8

CAMERAS ON FOR EVERYONE PLEASE!

Breathe!

Comics

Finish notes on exceptions for electron configurations

HW due Tuesday/Wednesday: rest of worksheet

HW: Collisions HW due Thursday/FridayTest Next Monday October 26, 2020

Reminder Part B and Part C of the fall semester project is due Monday November 2, 2020

 
Tuesday/Wednesday 10/20 & 10/21/20  Week 8

Go over HW

Questions?

HW: Collisions due Thursday/Friday

 
Thursday/Friday 10/22 & 10/23/20      Week 8

Go over collisions and submit tonight

Assessment Monday October 26, 2020 (2-4 p.m.; I’ll open it up at 1:30 in case you want to start earlier and have to leave earlier)

MC (18 pts), 3 problems (20 pts): Bohr energy levels ( ΔE   = (RH )(1/n2i - 1/n2f); E = hc/λ AND 3 configurations (longhand shorthand and orbital diagrams)

Reminder Part B and Part C of the fall semester project is due Monday November 2, 2020

 
Monday October 26, 2020 Week 9

Test today 2-4 p.m. 

I’ll open it at 1:30 for those who may not be 

able to be there later.

Reminder Part B and Part C of the fall semester project is due Monday November 2, 2020

 
Tuesday/Wednesday 10/27 & 10/28/20   Week 9
Mendeleev jamboard in breakout rooms
Notes on the history of the periodic table
HW: Read pages 132-136 and answer questions 3-7 in your textbook for Thursday/Friday (I’ll be “collecting” all the bookwork at one time for this unit)
HW: watch lab video that will be posted later today before Thursday/Friday and read the lab handout to be ready to work in groups on the write-up
Reminder Part B and Part C of the fall semester project is due 
 
Thursday/Friday 10/29 & 10/30/20    Week 9
Go over bookwork questions 3-7
Go over Jamboards from Tuesday/Wednesday
Work on lab on Jamboards in breakout rooms (due by end of period)
HW: Read pages 138-143 and answer questions 8-11 for Monday 
Computer simulation due next Thursday/Friday (called “Interactivity” on the Savaas website)
Reminder Part B and Part C of the fall semester project is due Monday November 2, 2020
 
Monday 11/2/20     Week 10Monday 11/2/20     Week 10

Debrief Metals, nonmetals, metalloids lab 

Go over questions 8-11

Make-up test for those who need to redo certain sections will be at lunchtime tomorrow!

HW:  Simulation (called “Interactivity”) for Thursday/Friday

Part B and Part C of the fall semester project is due today!

 
Tuesday/Wednesday 11/3 & 11/4/20    Week 10

Notes on Periodic Trends

HW for Thursday/Friday: read pages 144-151 and answer questions 13-18 in your textbook

HW: Dry lab: Periodicity and Prediction of Properties; due next Monday/Tuesday

 
Thursday/Friday 11/5 & 11/6/20     Week 10
Go over  questions 13-18 in the textbook (submit ALL bookwork today in one document please)
Discuss “Interactivity”  [many people did not do this and of those who did left various pages in it blank!]
Explain graphs for “Dry lab” due next week!!
Test next Friday after school 2-4 p.m. 
NO SCHOOL NEXT WEDNESDAY, VETERAN’s DAY; MONDAY WILL BE A REGULAR WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE! Periods 2, 4, & 6
 
Monday/Tuesday November 9 & 10,  2020       Week 11
Discuss parts D and E of fall semester project (due 11/30/2020 AND 12/14/2020) Order of submission doesn’t matter; you can turn in part E before part D
Start Bonding unit
Periodicity (dry lab) due today (you have asynchronous time to work on it today)!
HW: Read pages 155-164 and answer Q 3-8 for Thursday/Friday
Test Friday after school 2-4 p.m.
 
Thursday/Friday 11/12/20 and 11/13/20  Week 11

Go over HW Q 3-8

Collisions assignment on IONS and IONIC BONDING (start in asynchronous time) due next Thursday/Friday

Test Friday after school 2-4 p.m.

 
Monday November 16, 2020            Week 12

Go over “Electrons in Atoms” assessment Free response questions; Lunchtime Wednesday for people to see their individual test forms

Make up Periodic Table test Wednesday at lunchtime as well

Collisions assignment due Thursday/Friday

Parts D and/or E of the fall semester project due 11/30/20, other part due 12/14/2020

 
 Tuesday/Wednesday 11/17 & 11/18/20    Week 12
In the chat: Why do ionic substances have such high melting points?=
Debrief Periodicity lab
Discuss Metallic bonding
HW: read pages 165-168 and answer Q 10-13 for Thursday/Friday
Remember Collisions Ions and Ionic bonding assignment due Thursday/Friday
11/6/20 was the end of the quarter; any make-up work (which will be counted late) will not be accepted past this Friday
Wednesday lunchtime for people who want to see their “Electrons in atoms test” on an individual basis
HW: read pages 165-168 and answer Q 10-13 for Thursday/Friday
HW: Collisions assignment Ions & Ionic Bonding due Thursday/Friday
Parts D and/or E of the fall semester project due 11/30/20, other part due 12/14/2020
 
Thursday/Friday 11/19 & 11/20/20     Week 12

Go over Q 10-13 

Go over Collisions assignment (using my iPad for drawings) 

Parts D and/or E of the fall semester project due 11/30/20, other part due 12/14/2020

 
Monday November 30, 2020     Week 13

Kudos to all musicians for the McClatchy HS “Music of our Time” virtual concert

Introduce covalent bonding and Chemical Bonding Lab 2020

HW: watch lab video and fill in as much of the data table as you can before Thursday/Friday

Parts D and/or E of the fall semester project due today, other part due 12/14/2020

 

McClatchy HS “Music of our Time” virtual concert

https://youtu.be/w1AXLmHHfqA

 Tuesday/Wednesday 12/1 & 12/2/20   Week 13
 
 Thursday/Friday  12/3 & 12/4/20       Week 13
 
 

Monday 12/7/2020 Week 14


 
 Tuesday/Wednesday 12/8 & 12/9/20  Week 14
 
 Thursday/Friday 12/10 & 12/11/20    Week 14
 
 Monday 12/14/2020 Week 15
 
 Tuesday/Wednesday 12/15 & 12/16/20  Week 15
 
 

Thursday/Friday  12/17 & 12/18/2020   Week 15