Mrs. Brown's Chemistry Classes
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October 2016

WEEK 10/3


Monday 10/3

Test on Matter )If you are absent, you may make it up in class when you return


Pull Chapter 3 from your Guided reading notebook-Due on Friday

 1. Highlight the vocabulary words and definitions

 2.  Complete Reading checks

 3.  Answer all Critical thinging questions

 4.  Answer all Looking closer questions



Elements:  Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Zr, Pt  (Quiz and index cards) due on 10/6

Look at your goals on page 20.  Look at your grades in portal.  What category do you need to work on and what grades will you celebrate?  Write your reflection on this goals page.  This will be an additional grade when you turn in notebooks next week.


Tuesday 10/4

Make an 8 page foldable as directed in class

Foldable notes - chapter 3

On the top page:

Make a table with the following headings:  Particles, Symbols, Charge, Mass number

Fill in table with information from the table on page 76 (blue book)

Label the second tab: Democritus(460-370 Bc)/Aristotle-(384-322 BC)

Below the fold write the following:

They were Greek Philosophers and considered the Great Thinkers" of their time

 Write Democritis's definition of the atom

 Add Aristotle's thoughts.

 Include that these philosophers were not supported by experimental evidence.

Label the third page:  Basic Laws (3)

Using the space above and below the fold, write the definitions for the following:

Law of conservation of mass

Law of definite proportions

Law of multiple proportions


Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Zr, Pt Quiz on all elements on Thursday

Chapter 3 from your Guided reading notebook-Due on Friday

Notebook due Thursday - keep foldable and reading assignment

Wednesday 10/5

Foldable notes - chapter 3

Label 4th page:  Dalton (1766-1844) English school teacher/chemist

Above the fold - at the top of page, write the title:  Dalton`s Atomic Theory (1808)

List the five parts of his atomic theory

Below the fold:

Draw and Label Figure 2. Use color

Draw and Label Figure 3. Use color

List the 2 modifications for the atomic theory


Label 5th page :  JJ Thompson   [1856-1940]  British physicist

 Above the fold:

Draw a horizontal line 1/2 way down the top page

Above the line:

Goldstein (1886)

Provided evidence for the positively charged particle, the proton

Define proton

Below the line, still above the fold:

Cathode Ray Tube experiment (1897)

Describe the experiment

 Below the fold: 

Combining figures 4 and 5, draw and label the cathode ray tube

Use color

Write the conclusion (discovery of electron and charge)

Define electron



Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Zr, Pt  - Quiz on all elements tomorrow

Chapter 3 from your Guided reading notebook-Due on Friday

Notebook due Thursday - keep foldable and reading assignment

Thursday 10/6

Notebook due  - keep foldable and reading assignment

Element Quiz #7

Foldable notes - chapter 3

Label 6th pageMillikan (1868-1953)/Chadwick (1891-1974)

Write their occupations just above their names:

Millikan was a US physicist and Chadwick was an English Physicist

Above the fold

Oil Drop Experiment (1909)

Description- google it

What was the discovery?

Below the fold

List the two inferences from the experiment found on page 73 of your textbook

Draw a horizontal line

Write: Chadwick (1932)

Discovery of neutron

Define neutron


Chapter 3 from your Guided reading notebook-Due Monday

Friday 10/7

School Closed



 Oil Drop Experiment (1909)

 Description- google it

 What was the discovery?


WEEK 10/10

Monday 10/10

 Chapter 3 guided reading assignment is due

 Rutherford Activity

Foldable notes - chapter 3

 Label 7th page:Rutherford (1871-1937) New Zealander chemist

 Above the fold

  Draw and label figures 6 and 7 - label and use color on both


Below the fold

 Describe the experiment

 What was discovered? (add in the atom is made up of mostly empty space)

 Define nucleus

 What question remains?  page 74

Define Nuclear Forces


Finish Rutherford's page of foldable

Tuesday 10/11

Foldable notes - chapter 3

Label last page:  Counting Atoms

Above the fold

The term atomic mass is a weighted average of all isotopes of an element.  The term Mass number is equal to the number of protons plus the number of neutrons


Copy the following:APE MAN


Atomic # = #Protons = #Electrons


 Mass # - Atomic # = #Neutrons


 Two ways to refer to atoms (Example:  For the element Gold)


1.)  Gold-197         2.)   197          




(197 is the mass# and  79 is the atomic#)


Define Isotopes

Below the fold:tomorrow

Practice worksheet on subatomic properties


 Beanium pre-Lab (due on Thursday)


Print out the following Scales and "I can" statements for Atomic Structure for your INB


Level 4

6.  I can explain how technology has influenced the discoveries behind the development

of the modern atomic theory.

Level 3

5.  I can explain the relevance of Rutherford's, Millikan's, and Thompson's experiments.

4.  I can describe Rutherford's, Millican's and Thompson's experiments.

3.  I can explain the changes in the development (evolution) of the model of the atom.

Level 2

2.  I can identify the scientists accredited for the discovery of the subatomic particles.

1.  I can compare and contrast the proton, neutron and electron in terms of relative,

mass, electrical charge, and location.



Beanium pre-Lab

Wednesday 10/12

No School

Thursday 10/13

Beanium Lab

Friday 10/14


Are your papers organized?

Element quizzes in pocket at the back of INB.

Tests stapled to the correct HDIKT? page

Reading assignments in pockets

Begin New table of contents on page 3 - beginning with page 44 on left and 45 on right

Write your 2nd quarter goals on page 48 - Using goal template from page 4

New check dates:  Nov 3 and Dec 1

Write the Atomic Structure scales on page 45

Are your Ions up to date?

Use color and diagrams to begin your HDIKT page 44 on what you have learned so far.  Staple Atomic Structure quiz to this page and label #1




Beanium lab due Monday


WEEK 10/17

Monday 10/17

Beanium Lab is due

 Foldable notes - chapter 3

 Last page

  Below the fold

  Turn your foldable sideways and copy ALL of figure 11, page 84

  Define the folowing terms:

  Moles, Avogadro's number, molar mass, conversions

 Mole conversion practice

Guided reading pages 82,


Page 85 Guided reading throug 5a and 6a

Tuesday 10/18

Review HW

Mole conversion practice

Pages 83, 84 in Guided reading


Page 89 Guided reading due on Thursday

Show work on on 13a,b,c,d and 14a,b,c,d

Study Foldable scientists and experiments

Dalton through Rutherford quiz on Friday

Wednesday 10/19

PSAT testing through 4th period

Periods 5 and 6 - Video on Atoms 


 Study Foldable scientists and experiments (Is it complete???)

 Dalton through Rutherford quiz on Friday


Thursday 10/20

Review page 89 problems

Review Scientists

Quiz on Mole/Mass/Atoms on Tuesday


Use graphic organizers and color for the How do I know this page 44

Provide evidence for  I can statements #2, #4, #5


Quiz tomorrow on Dalton through Rutherford

Foldable collected tomorrow


Friday 10/21

Foldable is due

Dalton through Rutherford quiz

Make 5 part accordian foldable using 1/2 sheet of copy paper

Copy the Atomic Model History and Timeline found on Page 128 in Red Book

into the 5-part foldable


Quiz on Mole/Mass/Atoms on Tuesday

WEEK 10/24

Monday 10/24


Finish 5 part foldable use color and include notes

Staple to page 44 Label #3


Tuesday 10/25


Pick up a piece of white copy paper

Draw and Label the entire spectrum (see page 98, figure 1)

Include and color the visible spectrum with wavelengths and frequencies

Only write down beginning, ending, and specific wavelengths and frequencies


Finish drawing

Print out this table and place on page 53 of INB

level 4 6 I can expain the relationship between an electron's distance from the nucleus and its energy
level 3





I can compare and contrast the different parts of the EM spectrum in terms of energy

I can explain what happens to an electron when it absorbs or releases energy

I can perform calculations to determine the wavelength or frequency given the

 speed of light
level 2



I can explain the inverse relationship between wavelength and frequency

I can define wavelength, frequency, and electromagetic spectrum


Wednesday 10/26

Test Review Mole/Mass/Atoms

Discussion of small Foldable

Read pages 97-99 of your textbook

On page 55 of INB

1.  Define words from properties of light (in bold and in italics)

2.  Write the speed of light = wavelength x frequency

write the constant for the speed of light

3.  Draw and label a 2 waves -

one showing a high frequency and one showing a low frequency

Label the amplitude, wavelength, trough, crest

On page 54 - practice problems



Quiz on Mole/Mass/Atoms Tomorrow

Begin watching the following 8 videos Click Here for link

On page 56 on the INB

List each title(type of EM radiation) and write down important information from each one.

Due on Friday

Thursday 10/27

Quiz on Mole/Mass/Atoms

Write the Flame Lab pre-lab on page 58 of INB- use the template in your INB-due Monday

Flame Lab on Monday - dress appropriately!!


Finish watching videos-due tomorrow

Friday 10/28

Video Summaries Dues

Spectroscopes Lab - no write-up

Bunsen burner lesson

Finish Pre-Lab


Flame Lab on Monday - dress appropriately!!

WEEK 10/31

Monday 10/31

Flame Lab  - dress appropriately!!

Post Lab on page 59


Post Lab on page 59

Tuesday 11/1


Notes: Page 57 of INB


Photoelectric effect


Hydrogen's line spectrum


Bohr's Model




Wednesday 11/2


Thursday 11/3

Review your Goals


Friday  11/4



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