In this course, students will learn the structure of atoms and ions and gain an understanding of bonding that occurs in simple chemical compounds. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the physical and chemical properties of atoms based on their position in The Periodic Table of Elements. Safe, inquiry-based laboratory experiments will be conducted to develop an understanding of different types of chemical reactions, as well as how energy is conserved and transferred in reactions.
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Hello everyone! I am Mrs. Russell, your Chemistry Teacher. Check out the sections below to learn about the exciting things we will do this semester. I love physical sciences, such as chemistry and physics, because of all of the real-world hands-on activities we can do. Rocket Science is my favorite. We're going to work hard and have some fun doing it.
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Calendar and videos to get you started
Instructions: Click on the weekly topic and watch the video provided.
Week of March 1 - Atoms, isotopes, and ions
Week of March 8 - Chemical Bonding
Week of March 15 - The Periodic Table of Elements
Week of March 22 - Activities and labs for Chemical Bonding and The Periodic Table of Elements
Week of March 29 - Spring Break
Week of April 6 - (Starting Tuesday) - Pressure, Temperature, Volume, and Phase
Week of April 12 - Chemical Reactions and Equations
Week of April 19 - Lab week - Synthesis and Decomposition Reactions
Week of April 26 - Lab week - Single Displacement and Double Displacement Reactions
Week of May 3 - Combustion and Stoichiometry
Week of May 10 - Rate of Reaction and Chemical Equilibrium
Week of May 17 - Acids and Bases
Week of May 24 - Solutions
Week of June 1 - Chemistry all around us and how to continue your journey