HP Chemistry DAQA Fall Semester 20172018  
DAQA

References/extra material and misc. info.

D: 8/30/18 Week 0.5 A: seating charts with elements; “Getting acquainted;” goggle information for tomorrow; pass out safety rules/contract; safety test next Friday (100% required), lab tour 
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D: 8/31/18 Week 0.5 A: dye your own goggles! pass out and discuss safety lab for next week; go over supplies (composition NB lined or quadrille for labs), binder to keep papers in; pass out syllabus 

D: 9/3/18 Week One A: Labor Day Holiday 

D: 9/4/18 Week One A: start DAQAs (5 min); breathing (1 min); bathroom/hall passes; go over syllabus and SDS information; review safety rules/contract; safety video; quick metric review HW: Math packet sections 1,2,3 due Thursday! HW watch Accident at Jefferson High on YouTube Accident at Jefferson High; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxyDImUYo14 (18:28) Safety lab tomorrow! Please wear closed toed shoes! Safety test Friday! 

D: 9/5/18 Week One A: safety lab How to use an electronic balance (2:02) 

D: 9/6/18 Week One Safety test tomorrow! (39 MC + map) A: go over math packet sections 1,2, and 3; metric review; start “Measurement Challenge” activity? Q: Write 0.0025, 1350 and 20 in scientific notation. A: 

D: 9/7/18 Week One A: safety test (retakes start Tuesday at lunchtime); pass out labs (Sugar prelab Wednesday); Sugar lab next Thursday; Observing a Chemical Rxn (prelab due Friday), performing it Monday 9/17/18 Q: Why is it so important to know and practice safety rules? A: HW: graphing practice HW due Wednesday 9/12/18 (PDF on website) –[may be done in excel if you wish] Pick up textbooks 1st period: 9 a.m. 2nd period: 10:05 a.m. 5th period: 2:05 p.m. 

D:9/10/18 Week Two A: Ms. Gluckmann gone; Roshashanah! Metric matrix in class only!!! 

D: 9/11/18 Week Two A: turn in week one DAQA; my.hrw.com (sig figs & % error); start “Measurement Challenge” activity; discuss prelabs and sugar lab for Wednesday Q: What determines the number of sig figs in a measurement? A: HW reminder: graphing HW due tomorrow, sugar prelab due tomorrow 

D: 9/12/18 Week Two A: check prelab; discuss graphing HW: Sections 47 of math packet (due Friday); watch video links on website at home! Challenge problem Q: What measurements must be taken and what formula must be used to solve the challenge problem? A: Sugar lab due next week: 1st period – Tuesday 9/18/18, 2nd period – Thursday 9/20/18, 5th period – Friday 9/21/18 
Brightstorm
videos Significant
Figures rules 6:03
minutes See
if you can figure out the mistake in her explanation of zeros
that are sig figs Unit
conversion &significant figures Crash
course chemistry #2 11:23
minutes Bozeman
science 11:18
minutes Significant
Digits Khan
academy Significant
figures 5:02 Multiplying
and Dividing with Significant Figures 9:30
minutes Addition
and subtraction with significant figures 8:58
minutes More
on significant figures 5:40
minutes 
D:9/13/18 Week Two A: Sugar Lab


D: 9/14/18 Week Two A: discuss challenge problem; discuss math packet 47; last page due Tuesday; my.hrw.com  accuracy and precision; discuss lab NB guidelines; continue Measurement challenge activity? Q: p. 42 #5a and b. Use sig figs and show your work! A: Sugar lab due next week: 1st period – Tuesday 9/18/18, 2nd period – Thursday 9/20/18, 5th period – Friday 9/21/18 Lab: Observing a chemical reaction: due Friday September 21, 2018 
Precision vs Accuracy: UPDATED  Chemistry Tutorial 2:28 min http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMv69Gne_Bw

D: 9/17/18 Week Three A: Lab: Observing a chemical reaction Due Friday September 21, 2018 Demo: testing for H2 gas Flinn Scientific Filtering and Decanting 

D: 9/18/18 Week Three Test Unit 1 next week! A: my.hrw.com  accuracy and precision; go over HW; Notes: physical properties, classification of matter & temperature concepts; introduce DA; HW: Matter Math WS 118 due Thursday 9/20/18; Ch1: pp. 2223 (16, 1821, 27, 28). Page 25 (111),Ch. 2 page 63 (111) due Friday 9/22/17. continue Measurement challenge activity? Q: #45 & 46 on p. 60 in your textbook A: Sugar Lab due 1st period Observing a chemical reaction lab writeup due Friday 
Precision vs Accuracy: UPDATED  Chemistry Tutorial
2:28 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMv69Gne_Bw Dimensional Analysis/Factor Label Method  Chemistry Tutorial TheChemistrySolution 11:13 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsTg1CeWchc Dimensional Analysis Part II  Chemistry Tutorial8:09 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJPxGTUzmc Thorough and clear! Unit Conversion & Significant Figures: Crash Course Chemistry #211:23 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQpQ0hxVNTg Dimensional Analysis (Brightstorm Chemistry)6:11 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abI6LQrpe6g 
D: 9/19/18 Week Three A: Ms. Gluckmann gone; Yom Kippur Work on HW due tomorrow and Friday and lab writeup 

D: 9/20/18 Back to school night Week Three A: pass out M,SM,NM lab for next Monday – SDS HCl; go over WS 118; periodic table notes (general); continue Measurement challenge activity Q: List all possible indicators of a chemical reaction/chemical change. A: Sugar lab due 2nd period Observing a Chemical Reaction lab due Friday 

D: 9/21/18 Week Three A: go over bookwork; finish periodic table notes Q: Which of these equations represents a direct proportion and which an inverse proportion? Make a sketch of each type of graph that accompanies these equations. Identify the proportion for each sketched graph. Y α 1/X (α = proportional to) and y/x = k M, NM, SM lab Monday Sugar lab due 5th period All periods turn in “Observing a Chemical Reaction” 

D: 9/24/18 Week Four Metal, NM and SM lab 

D: 9/25/18 Week Four A: debrief labs; finish Measurement challenge activity; DA WS at tables Q: List 2 characteristics (each) for metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. Give one example of each as well, (i.e. the name of an element). A: Test Friday: 40 MC, 6 short answer/problems 

D: 9/26/18 Week Four A: debrief DAQAs; debrief Measurement Challenge activity; continue DA worksheet Test Friday! Q: What is the definition of a conversion factor,? what are they used for,? and give an example of one. A: Test: 40 MC, 6 short answer/problems 

D: 9/27/18 Week Four A: Mind Jogger video quiz; finish DA WS at tables Q: p. 23 #29; p. 61 #51 A: Test Tomorrow: 40 MC, 6 short answer/problems 

D: 9/28/18 Week Four A: Unit One Test (Chapters 1 & 2 

D: 10/1/18 Week Five A: One corker of a lab;! Periodic table assignment – due next Monday; ¼ sheet due tomorrow Q: What is an isotope? (thorough/complete definition!). Give an example of an element with at least 2 isotopes and list them. A: 
An isotope is an atom that has the same number of protons (same atomic number), but a different atomic mass because it has a different number of neutrons. Most elements have more than two isotopes. The most basic example is Hydrogen that has 3 isotopes: protium (hydrogen1), deuterium (hydrogen2) and tritium (hydrogen3).C12 and C14 is another common example. 
D: 10/2/18 Week Five A: : go over ¼ sheet; notes; Atomic mass/isotope problems WS due tomorrow; reminder: Periodic table assignment (preferably typed) due Monday Q: Which points of Dalton’s theory are no longer accepted? Explain. A: 
Atomic theory notes
Atom Lesson: (WKRP in Cincinnati)(2:136:02) DAQA Answer: Atoms can be subdivided: i.e. protons, neutrons and electrons and the atomic bomb, AND the existence of isotopes 
D: 10/3/18 Week Five A: go over HW; notes with my.hrw.com AND HW due Friday: Ch.3: p. 87 (27); pp. 8990 (7,9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17 (a,c,e), 18 (a&c), 20, 21 (a,b,c), 27, p. 93 (111, 13) Q: Calculate the atomic mass of element X. Then use the periodic table to identify the element. Show all your work. A: 
Information on mass spectrometry: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/atomicstructureandproperties/massspectrometry/a/isotopesandmassspectrometry DAQA answer: (0.923)(27.977) + (0.0467)(28.976) + (0.0310)(29.974) = 25.803187 + 1.3531792 + 0.929194 = 28.08556 Silicon 
D: 10/4/18 Week Five Test next week A: notes; Mole Island; work on HW for tomorrow Q: What is a “mole” (give the definition) and how many “particles” is it equal to? A: 
a mole is the SI base unit used to measure the amount of a substance whose number of particles is the same as the number of atoms of carbon in exactly 12 g of carbon 12. It is equal to 6.02 x 1023 particles. 
D: 10/5/18 Week Five Test next week A: go over Ch. 3 HW; additional practice problems (not HW!) Q: Calculate the number of H atoms in 0.350 mol of C6H12O6. Show your work!!!! A: 
0.350 mol x 6.02 x 1023 atoms/1 mol C6H12O6 x 12 atoms H/1 mol C6H12O6 = 25.284 x 1023 atoms of H; 2.53 x 1024 (sig figs & SCIENTIFIC NOTATION) 
D: 10/8/18 Week Six A: case study “Avogadro Goes to Court” Q: What is your opinion of the fact that a similar problem as presented to you today actually went to litigation? A: Test Thursday Chapter 3 28 MC, 2 short answer, 4 problems (Total 53 points) 

D: 10/9/18 Week Six A: debrief case study; continue practice problems at tables (will be a “HW” stamp) Q: Explain the relationship between Dalton’s Atomic Theory and the laws of conservation of matter, definite proportions and multiple proportions. A: Test Thursday Chapter 3 28 MC, 2 short answer, 4 problems (Total 53 points) 

D: 10/10/18 Week Six A: PSAT 

D: 10/11/18 Week Six A: Test Chapter 3 

D: 10/12/18 Week Six A: introduce particle model and begin particle model activities Q: State the postulates of Feynman’s particle model. A: 

D: 10/15/18 Week Seven A: new seating charts; finish particle model activities Q: How does the particle model complement Dalton’s atomic theory? Explain! A thoughtful and thorough response is requested! A: 

D: 10/16/18 Week Seven A: go over prior DAQAs and test questions; discuss fall semester project; hand out energy activities for tomorrow; start Einstein movie Q: What were Michael Faraday’s and Antoine & Marie Lavosier’s contributions to E=mc2? Explain thoroughly. A: 
Fall semester project
Due dates: Topic choice: Tuesday 10/30/18 Thesis statement and Sources and notes: Wednesday 11/14/18 First draft: Thursday 12/13/18 Final paper: Tuesday 1/5/19 Bonus 10% of YOUR final score if submitted by THursday 12/20/18 
D: 10/17/18 Week Seven A: energy activities 

D: 10/18/18 Week Seven A: Einstein movie Q: What were Gottfried von Leibniz and Emilie du Châtelet’s contributions to E = mc2? Explain thoroughly. A: 

D: 10/19/18 Week Seven A: finish movie; Start work on share sheets? Q: How did Otto Hahn, Fritz Strassman, Lise Meitner and Otto Robert Frisch confirm E=mc2? Explain thoroughly. A: 

D: 10/22/18 Week Eight A: prepare share sheets; start presentations Q: Describe/explain THOROUGHLY your understanding of the relationship(s) between particles and energy. (3 sentences minimum PLEASE!) A: 

D: 10/23/18 Happy Mole Day! Week Eight A: presentations; start notes;? WS Electrons in atoms 17 due Thursday; pass out lab (prelab due Friday, including SDS); my.hrw.com Q: Define/describe all terms (with appropriate units) in the equation c = lambda x nu A: 
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D: 10/24/18 Week Eight A: notes; 17 due tomorrow; 811 due next Wednesday; 1217 due next Thursday; my.hrw.com Q: What is the electromagnetic spectrum? Explain/describe thoroughly. Describe/explain how YOU use at least two sections of it frequently. A: 

D: 10/25/18 Week Eight A: go over 17; notes; 811 due next Wednesday; 1217 due Thursday; 1824 due next Thursday; my.hrw.com Q: How would you describe the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom? Explain/describe thoroughly. A: (you don't have to do this one as my computer was not working; but you can do it for EC if you want! :) 

D: 10/26/18 Week Eight A: check prelab; notes; finish spectroscopes; emission spectra on Monday; Flame test Tuesday Q: What conflict exists between the Bohr model and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle? In other words, how does this impact the discussion of where electrons are located in atoms? A: 
Bozeman
Science – Matter as a Wave (5:02 min) https://youtu.be/caVIh3RZOA4
Wave
model of an electron (4:01 min) Photons
(5:16 min) Wave
particle duality of light (3:33 min) Bozeman
Science – Matter as a Wave (5:02 min) https://youtu.be/caVIh3RZOA4 Wave
model of an electron (4:01 min) Photons
(5:16 min) Wave
particle duality of light (3:33 min) Quantum mechanical model (4:35 min) 
D: 10/29/18 Week Nine A: Emission tubes; Flame test portion tomorrow Q: What is the function of a spectroscope? What concept is supported by the existence of spectral lines? A: Update data table for part II of flame test lab Topic selection for fall project due tomorrow 

D: 10/30/18 Week Nine A: flame test lab; EC moles or cookies due Thursday Lab due Monday 2nd period; Tuesday – 5th period; Wednesday – 1st period Q: A: Topic selection for fall paper due today 

D: 10/31/18 Week Eight Happy Halloween! A: debrief lab; go over 811 (12); notes; 1317 due tomorrow Q: p. 121 PP 1 A: Lab due Monday 2nd period; Tuesday – 5th period; Wednesday – 1st period 

D: 11/1/18 Week Nine A: go over WS 1317; continue notes; WS 1824 due Monday ; my.hrw.com Q: page 121 PP 2 A: Lab due Monday 2nd period; Tuesday – 5th period; Wednesday – 1st period Test Next week 

D: 11/2/18 Week Nine End of 1st quarter; minimum day A: continue notes (quantum numbers and configurations?); WS 1824 due Tuesday my.hrw.com Q: DAQA questions from the last two days: p. 121 PP 1 and PP 2 will be on Monday of next week instead of being required for this week. So just one DAQA to turn in this coming Monday! Test next Friday Lab due: Monday 2nd period Tuesday – 5th period Wednesday – 1st period 

D: 11/5/18 Week Ten Test Friday! A: finish notes; work on practice problems; WS 1824 due tomorrow my.hrw.com Lab due today2nd period; Tuesday – 5th period; Wednesday – 1st period Q: p. 121 PP1 and PP2 A: Thesis statement and Sources and notes for fall semester project due next Wednesday 
Check out these websites for configuration help:
http://www.sciencegeek.net/tables/NISTperiodictable.pdf periodic table that has shorthand electron configurations http://intro.chem.okstate.edu/WorkshopFolder/Electronconfnew.html (applet for orbital filling) Grand Table of Orbitals: 
D: 11/6/18 Week Ten Lab due today  5th period; and 1st period tomorrow Test Friday! A: go over HW 1824; finish notes; work on practice/review problems (additional from text: p. 122: PP 1&2, SR 4&5; p. 124: 10,11,14, 50, 55) Q: Write the longhand, shorthand, and orbital notation for Einsteinium (Z=99) A: Thesis statement and Sources and notes for fall semester project due next Wednesday 

D: 11/7/18 Week Ten A: review problems Lab due 1st period Q: Write the shorthand configuration and orbital notation for gold. What makes it different? Explain! Test Friday: 30 MC, 1 short answer, 4 problems Thesis statement and Sources and notes for fall semester project due next Wednesday 

D: 11/8/18 Week Ten Read Ch. 21! A: PBS PPT & notes; HW: Nuclear T/F quiz, Personal radiation dose and Risk perception WS [rank only]; “Exposure simulations” (due next Tuesday) Q: Briefly explain Rutherford’s experiment with respect to nuclear transmutation (information in article on website). A: Nuclear PPT will be on the website; please go through it by end of next week! Read article “ The New Alchemy,” (PDF will be on website) Thesis statement and Sources and notes for fall semester project due next Wednesday 
Nuclear PPT
Article: The New Alchemy Links for PBS Videos: http://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/ee36f02c1ec9459291108e47b8677dc4/physics1501nuclearscienceparti/ http://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/3cc328d1bf0745a695cb46978ffdf844/physics1502nuclearsciencepartii/ 
D: 11/9/18 Week Ten A: Test Chapter 4 (unit 3) 

D: 11/12/18 Week Eleven A: Veteran’s day holiday  observed 




Nuclear reaction: fission http://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/phy03.sci.phys.energy.fission/nuclearreactionfission/ A Fission chain reaction http://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/nvhe.sci.chemistry.fission/afissionchainreaction/ Nuclear reaction: meltdown http://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/phy03.sci.phys.matter.meltdown/nuclearreactionmeltdown/ Fusion: The Hydrogen bomb http://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/phy03.sci.phys.matter.fusionbomb/fusionthehydrogenbomb/
What is nuclear medicine? An illustrated introduction 3:01 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfPzaR2sAY The Value of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 3:25 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvXHvDCesqg Iodine131 Therapy (I131) Graves Medical Associates 4:38 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZICdVQlQg0 Iodine 131 3:05 min https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clI0EFjyyn0 

Element song (Tom Lehrer): http://www.privatehand.com/flash/elements.html Element song (Tom Lehrer), with Daniel Radcliffe: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSAaiYKF0cs and Pirates of Penzance song too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSGWoXDFM64 “You might be giants” element song http://www.nclark.net/Meet_the_Elements.html ASAP Science Periodic Table song (2:53) New periodic table song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUDDiWtFtEM Periodic table cars: http://www.oxfordinspires.org/newsfromImageWorks.htm 



Periodic table live website: http://www.chemeddl.org/resources/ptl/ Cool periodic table website: http://www.ptable.com/ TED talks (TEDEd) on the periodic table: http://ed.ted.com/periodicvideos 



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Brightstrom science
Valence Electrons 2:19 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcmjOfeOi6E Chemistry  Lewis Electron Dot Diagram 7:28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WteEYIup2lM Bozeman science Drawing Lewis Dot Diagrams 9:41 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulyopnxjAZ8 Chemical Bonds: Covalent vs. Ionic 8:56 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DjsD7Hcd9U Metallic Bonding 5:54 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVv3TpaQ2A Khan Academy Ionic, Covalent, and Metallic Bonds 13:21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGA8sRwqIFg Valence Electrons 15:22 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TZA171yxY4 Crash course chemistry Bonding Models and Lewis Structures: Crash Course Chemistry #24 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8LF7JEb0IA 11:37 The Properties of Water 4:12 min https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVmU3CLxvgU Metallic Bonding Animation 1:20 min 



Khan Academy Video on Molecular Bonds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGA8sRwqIFg NEED at least 8 gallons of DISTILLED WATER & 810 2Liter EMPTY CLEAN SODA BOTTLES FOR TYE DYE 





































