ELearning Day 2182019

February 18, 2019 President's Day Makeup Weather: Assignment is due February 19th, however in case you do not have internet at home the school will allow you to turn in the assignment by February 21st.
Chemistry I
I can: balance and type chemical reactions.
Lesson Description: There will be a quiz on Tuesday. This lesson is a review for the quiz. Watch the videos and type the reactions listed.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch the video on reaction types.
2. Watch the video on balancing equations.
3. Complete the handout by typing the reactions.
Work to be turned in: The types of the reactions on a peice of paper.
Chemistry II
I can: solve gas law problems with stoichiometry.
Lesson Description: There will be a quiz on Tuesday. The video and problems will help prepare you for the quiz.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Answer the following questions:
A. A balloon filled with hydrogen gas at 22 degrees Celcius, with a volume of 5.00 L at 808 mm Hg is exploded in air. How many grams of water forms?
B. What would be he volume of the balloon in problem A at STP?
Work to be turned in: the answers to the two above problems on a sheet of paper.
AP Physics
I can: solve impulse/momentum problems.
Lesson Description: Watch the video and solve the problem.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Solve: What force is necessary to launch a 1.5 kg model rocket to a speed of 656 m/s in 1.75 seconds?
Work to be turne in: the answer to the question on a sheet of paper.
February 12, 2019 Ice Ice Baby!! The Due Date is Friday.
Chemistry I
I can: type chemical reactions.
Lesson Description: Watch a video on reaction types and then type a few of them. We are reviewing for an upcoming quiz and lab.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Write down the reaction types to this handout.
Work to be turned in: #115 answers only.
Chemistry II
I can: understand what is meant by gas ideality.
Lesson Description: Watch the IU video 11.4 and answer a few questions from the book.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch Video 11.4.
2. Do Chapter 11 #72,85,92
Work to be turned in : Chapter 11 #72,85,92.
AP Physics
I can: understand Hooke's Law as it applies to springs.
Lesson Description: Watch a video on Hooke's Law and perform a few calculations demonstrating it.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Solve the following:
a. What is the spring constant if a force of 4.5 N streches a spring 3.5 cm? (answer in N/m)
b. How far will a string stretch if 7.00 N is applied and the spring constant is 80.0 N/m?
c. What force is necessary to stretch a spring 5.25 inches if the spring constant is 650 N/m?
3. Work to be turned in: the answers, with work and sig figs, to the three questions above on a sheet of paper.
January 31,2019 (One more time. See you tomorrow.) The due date is February 8th.
Chemistry I
I can: balance chemical equations.
Lesson Description: Watch a video on balancing chemical equations and then balance a few of them.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch the video on another method of balancing chemical equations.
2. Balance a few equations from the online WORKBOOK. WKBK 11.1 #26
Work to be turned in by the due date: Workbook 11.1 #26 on a sheet of paper.
Chemistry II
I can: use the activity series to predict single replacement reactions and describe an electrochemical cell.
Lesson Description: Watch a video on Activity Series and single replacement reaction prediction and then use the Activity Series. Also do some more problems on yesterday's lesson and few review problems.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch the short video on You Tube.
2. Do problems from Chapter 10 #76,77,78,79,89,90,92 use activity series,93,95,126.
Work to be turned in by the due date: On a sheet of paper BKWK 10 #7679,89,90,92,93,95,126
AP Physics
I can: explain the similarity between momentum and angular momentum and use equations to calculate angular momentum.
Lesson Description: Watch a few videos showing the similarities between momentum and angular momentum and how to calculate angular momentum using equations.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch the three videos. Video 1. Video 2. Video 3.
2. Do problems CHAPTER 9 #3234
Work to be turned in by the due date: On a sheet of paper BKWK 9 #3234
January 30, 2019 (This is the longet streak of snow days I have experienced since the blizzard of 78. We pushed the family station wagon to the nearest plowed street during the beginning of the storm so my mother could get to work. She was gone for three straight days workig as a nurse at the hospital. We got 32 inches of snow in two days. It was a week before frontend loaders would clear our street.)
The due date for all assignments is February 8th.
Chemistry I
I can: balance chemical equations.
Lesson Description: Watch a video on balancing chemical equations and then balance a few of them.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the You Tube video.
2. Count a few atoms and balance a few equations On Line BOOK 11.1 #4,6
Work to be turned in by the due date: BKWK 11.1 #4,6
Chemistry II
I can: use the activity series of metals to describe an electrochemical cell, where oxidation takes place, where reduction takes place, which direction the electrons flow, which electrode is increasing in mass, which electrode is decreasing in mass, and where each ion of the salt bridge flows.
Lesson Description: Watch IU video 10.5 and answer some questions concerning electrochemical cells.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the IU video 10.5.
2. Answer the following question in Chapter 10 #73
Work to be turned in by the due date: BKWK 10 #73
AP Physics
I can: understand the concepts of stability and balance with repect to torque and center of mass.
Lesson Description: Watch the video and answer a few questions from Chapter 8.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Solve the following problems: BKWK Chapter 8 #1,2,7,11,17,18.
3. A helpful video.
Work to be turned in by the due date: Paper with BKWK 8 #1,2,7,11,17,18. Sorry we can't stall anymore, we have to get this done!
January 29,2019 (I am getting tired of this. I am not looking forward to grading all these assignments.)
The DUE DATE for all these assignments is February 8th.
Chemistry I
I can: recognize the vocabulary associated with balancing chemical equations and identifying the types of chemical reactions.
Lesson Description: Use the internet and the online book to give examples for all of the words from yesterday's assignment.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Write down an example for each vocabulary word.
Work to be turned in by due date: Paper with vocabulary word and an example for each word
Chemistry II
I can: understand how electrochemical cells have both oxidation and reduction in order to produce a current through a wire. (The positive electrode: An Ox {The Anode is where Oxidation takes place.} The negative electrode: Red Cat {The Cathode is where Reduction takes place.})
Lesson Description: Watch IU video 10.4 to gain an understanding of electrochemical cells and then answer some questions.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch IU video 10.4.
2. Answer questions in Chapter 10 #60,6466
Work to be turned in by the due date: Paper with BKWK 10 #60,6466
AP Physics
I can: solve torque probems in static equilibrium using trigonometry.
Lesson Description: Watch a video showing how to solve a torque problem in static equilibrium and then solve a couple of problems.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Solve problems: Chapter 8 #8,15
Work to be turned in by the due date: Written neatly on a sheet of paper BKWK problems 10 #8,15
January 28, 2019 (Here we go again again. Older assignments can be found below the current assignment.)
The DUE DATE is three school days after we return. If you have internet at home, do not get behind. If you miss the due date you will be marked absent for the eLearning day.
Chemistry I
You are probably tired of reviewing so we will move on. When we return to school we will go over the review sheet for Chapter 10 and take the test the next school day.
I can: recognize the vocabulary associated with balancing chemical equations and identifying the types of chemical reactions.
Lesson Description: Use the online Glossary (located on the class Blackboard page between the online Book and online Workbook) and internet to write definitions for the following words: reactants, products, chemical equation, skeleton equation, balanced equation, coefficient, combination reaction, decomposition reaction, single replacement reation, double replacement reaction, activity series, precipitate, and combustion reaction.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Write the definitions for the words listed above.
Work to be turned in by the Due Date: Vocabulary Chapter 11
Chemistry II
I can: recognize electron transfer reactions.
Lesson Description: After viewing the Crash Course video online answer some book problems.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Answer Chapter 10 #4957.
Work to be turned in by the Due Date: BKWK 10 #4957
AP Physics
I can: solve static equilibrium torque problems.
Lesson Description: After viewing the video answer a few questions.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch the video.
2. Answer problems in Chapter 8 # 3,4, 13
Work to be turned in by the Due Date: BKWK 8 #3,4,13
January 25, 2019 (Here we go again. The older assignments can be found below today's assignment.)
The DUE DATE is Wednesday January 30, 2019 unless we have another eLearning day before then. Do not get behind if you can help it. This is a priveledge that we do not want to lose. Do you want to be in school in the middle of June? Not me, I can find a lot of thigs to do in the summer.
Chemistry I
A little review dealing with gas, gas density, and the mole (10.2).
I can solve mole gas density problems and understand what is meant by gas density.
Lesson Description: After viewing a short video on gas density a few questions will be asked to help review for the test in two school days.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch the video on You Tube.
2. Do online WORKBOOK 10.1 #24 10.2 #6,7,1317,18.3,19
Work to be turned in by the due date: WORKBOOK 10.1 #24 10.2 #6,7,1317,18.3,19
Chemistry II
We are going to get behind in our IU schedule real fast with these eLearning days, but part of "being in college" is to manage your time and get done what needs to be done. Continue to watch another video from IU and try to figure out the rules used to determine oxidation numbers. Good Luck!
I can determine oxidation numbers of elements in compounds and polyatomic ions using the shortcut rules.
Lesson Description: After viewing video 10.3 online from IU solve a few oxidation number problems using the shortcut rules.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch the IU video 10.3.
2. Do problems Chapter 10 #4345
Work to be turned in by due date: Chapter 10 #4345
AP Physics
The timing for this eLearning day does not help us at all. We are about to jump into Torque and Static Equilibrium after a short respite with a review lab scheduled for Monday.
I can show through equation manipulation which object will win in a race down a ramp using variables only.
Lesson Description: Watch a video and use the equation given to predict which object will reach the bottom of a ramp first.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch Crash Course Physics Video #12.
2. Use the formula at 6:37 and ω = v/r to solve for velocity for each object then rank the winners.
What to be turned in by the due date: the derivation of each formula for v and a ranking.
January 23, 2019 (Note: Old assignments are supposed to be saved, so only do the assignments at the top of this page.)
The DUE DATE for the assignments is January 28, 2019
Chemistry I
I can do 2 step conversion problems using the mole.
Lesson description: This is a review for the chapter 10 test where the factor label method will be used to solve two step mole problems.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch the video found on the class Blackboard page, eLearning tab, Chapter 10.2.
2. Solve the following problems:
1. How many grams of helium gas occupies a 55 liter barrel at STP?
2. What volume will 3.01 EE 26 atoms of neon occupy at STP?
3. How many atoms of Xenon are found in 900. grams?
Chemistry II
I can explain how oxidation numbers are determined in the general sense.
Lesson Description: Oxidation numbers are improtant for determining electron transfer in redox reactions. The student will see how electrons are assigned to atoms in order to determine oxidation numbers.
Steps of the lesson:
1. Watch Blackboard, Chemistry II, Content tab, Video 10.1 and 10.2
2.Work to be turned in: Bkwk problems Chapter 10 # 27,28,29,31,32
AP Physics
I can solve simple torque problems and assign a direction to the applied torque using the Right Hand Rule.
Lesson Description : Go to You Tube and watch the video on Torque.
Steps of the Lesson:
 Watch the video.
 Work to be turned in: Answer the following question question in a complete sentence: How is the Right Hand Rule used to determine the DIRECTION of the torque vector?
 Continue to study for the Chapter 7 Quiz.
November 20, 2018
Chemistry I
I can name and write formulas for ternary ionic compounds.
Lesson Description: OnLine Workbook 7.1
Steps of the Lesson: Look over Polyatomic Ion Handout and use back of Periodic Table to do assignment. Most of it is review.
1. The handout is posted in Blackboard. On our Blackboard site go to OnLine Workbook and look under 7.1.
Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper tomorrow.
Chemistry II
I can describe how a chemical reaction takes place and recognize that energy changes are involved in every chemical reaction.
Lesson Description
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Watch video 8.1 (notes would have covered 8.1 and 8.2)
Work to be turned in: Bkwk problems # 17,18,2023.
AP Physics
I can solve Gravitation problems.
Lesson Description: Go to Blackboard Unit 3 Gravitayion Problems.
Steps of the Lesson:
1. Solve Gravitation Problems page 1 and 2
Work to be turned in: Answers to problems on a separate sheet of paper showing all work.
Email me with any questions you may have.