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E-Learning (VIRTUAL SCHOOL) Wednesday May 13,2020

  • Wednesday May 13, 2020 The Last Day of Virtual School

    Chemistry I

    Read my last statement of the year and submit as a Blackboard written submission your final farewell as a complete sentence.

    Chemistry II

    The second part of the final exam will become available at 10:10 until 11:00.  It should be submitted by 11:05 as attached picture files on Blackboard.

    AP Physics

    Continue to prepare for the AP Exam.  Good Luck!

     

     

    Tuesday May 12,2020

    Chemistry I A little review as we end the year tomorrow. There is another week to catch up if you are behind.

    Answer the questions on the Blackboard Assignment as a written submission.

     

    Chemistry II 

    Take the multiple choice part of the Final Exam; it will become available from 10:10 until 11:00.  Please submit as attached files on the Blackboard Assignment.  The window will close at 11:05. The written part of the exam will be tomorrow, same time.

     

    AP Physics

    Continue to review for the AP Exam on your own.  Do whatever you think you need to do.

     

     

    Monday May 11, 2020

    Chemistry I     Review time

    Watch the Review Video and submit the answers to the two questions concerning the video via Blackboard written submission.

    Chemistry II  Study time

    Continue to study for the multiple choice exam tomorrow during class time and for the written exam Wednesday also during class time.  The data for the lab has been provided, but the lab is not due until May 20th at 2:15.  Good Luck.  Those of you who have been keeping up will be marked present automatically for today.  The others need to send me an email.

    Physics

    You are on your own this week.  Continue to watch videos, practice, and organize in preparation for the AP exam on Thursday at 3.  Arrive early!  Good Luck.  If you have questions feel free to email me.

     

    Wednesday May 6, 2020

    Chemistry I    I can: solve dilution problems.

    There will be a Google Meet either 7:30 or 11:45 (I have a teacher meeting 3rd hour) in order to answer any questions you may have over dilution problems.  If you miss the Meet, or do not need to Meet, you can do a dilution problem instead.  Submit as a written Blackboard Assignment submission.

    Chemistry II  Here is how the rest of the year is going:

    May 6th: Quiz on Blackboard from 10:10 and must be submitted by 11:00.  The Vinegar Titration Lab on Blackboard.  Prelab due Monday. Sample data given also on Monday.  Study for the two day final exam over Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Multiple Choice part of test on May 12th during class time. It must be taken on your Chromebook, log onto Respondus Lockdown Browser first, then go to Blackboard and take the Test.  Any questions call me.  Phone number will be on Blackboard.  Written Part of the final exam on May 13th during class time. Both parts of the exam are open note, however there will not be time to look up much.  If there is a conflict with an AP exam, let me know.  The lab is not due until May 20th.

    AP Physics

    Watch the long video from the College Board.  Answer the question on Blackboard Assignment page.

     

     

    Tuesday May 5,2020

    Chemistry I       I can: solve dilution problems.

    In the Blackboard class site, do the Dilution Handout by listing all the given, rearranging the formulas, solving, and submitting the answers with the correct labels as a written submission or an attached photo.  As always, you can resubmit after viewing my comments, and fixing your work, if needed.  There will be opportunities to ask questions Wednesday at a Google Meet Scheduled during your class time.  (Except I have a meeting at 9:00.)  I will invite everyone to any of my Google Meets if you cannot get up for the 1st hour one and I have another meeting during 3rd hour.  Attendance Wednesday will be either attending a Google Meet or answering the question of the day.

    Chemistry II     Review for the Quiz Wednesday.  The Quiz will be open note, no discussion, and only open during our scheduled class time.  It will be opened at 10:10 Wednesday and must be submitted as an attached picture in the Blackboard assessment by 11:00 when the window will close.  Work on it alone, no sharing information.  I will have a phone number available for you to call during the quiz, if you have any questions.

    There will be a Google Meet today at 10:30 to discuss the Review Handout for the Acid/Base Chapter and next week's lab.  Seniors should have time to get to school after the Meet.  I hope to see you there!

    AP Physics   We continue to review and watch videos on how to take the AP Exam on-line.

    Watch the Explainer Video.  Answer the question in the Blackboard assessment as a written submission.

     

     

    Monday May 4,2020

    Chemistry I      I can: perform dilution calculations.

    Watch the video on how to use the dilution formula and answer the Exit Ticket problem and submit it in the Blackboard Assignment submission area.  Show your work!

    Chemistry II    Review of Chapter 15.  Open note quiz Wednesday and you will receive your lab pages.

    Complete the review sheet and submit it as an attached file on the Blackboard Assignment.  Be available to ask questions at a Google Meet over the review Tuesday and Be available to take quiz Wednesday, I will have a phone number available to ask questions.  Both will be during class time.  Specific time will be announced later.

    AP Physics

    Watch the College Board video: AP Testing Guide and check out the AP Test Day Checklist. (Both links on Blackboard) This will be useful for your other AP classes as well.  Please continue to review, maybe watch some more videos and doing the practice problems at the end of the videos.  The test is only 10 days away!

    Work to be turned in for attendance: Post your answer to the Blackboard Assignment as a written submission.

     

     

     

    Wednesday April 29, 2020

    Chemistry I     I can: identify saturated, unsaturated, and supersaturated solutions.

    Watch the video of your instructor stirring a sugar in water solution in order to feed it to some of his honey bees.  If you want to watch the second video of your instructor opening up one of his beehives, removing the sugar water feeders, removing the solid sugar feeder (it was for the winter), and looking (unsuccessfully) for the Queen of the hive, enjoy the birds singing and the bees buzzing.  (I found the queen in the next hive on the 19th frame out of 20.  It took 35 minutes!)

    The attendance assignment is to answer the two questions posted on a Blackboard Assignment.  Submit the answers as a written submission.  This day is mainly for you to ask any questions you may have.  Please email me or request a Google Meet.  I look forward to your questions.

    Chemistry II      I can use the pH Roadmap to solve pH problems.

    Work to be turned in: Answer the 8 problems on the Blackboard Assignment for today.  You may attach it or submit it as a written submission.

    AP Physics     Review continues.

    Watch AP Physics Live Stream Video #18 on SHM and submit the answer to the question as a written submission on the Blackboard Assignment.

     

    Tuesday April 28th, 2020

    Chemistry I      I can: solve gas law and molarity problems.

    Review yesterday's review video.

    Work to be turned in: Solve the three problems, list the given, rearrange the correct equation, solve, write answer with correct label and submit on Blackboard Assignment as an attachment or a written submission.

    Chemistry II       I can: classify a solution as acidic or basic based on the hydonium or hydroxide ion concentrations.  I can also: calculate hydroxide or hydronium ion concentration using the ion product constant of water, Kw.

    Watch the video, then submit as a Blackboard Assignment as an attached file, 15.7 #118-120, 124,126,128-131,134

    AP Physics

    An easy day.  Watch the video from the AP TipIN people (we were affiliated with them the previous three years.)  Jacob Bowman is a MCHS grad who always wanted to be a Physics teacher.  (Yes I am proud of him!)

    Work to be turned in for attendance: send me an email about anything.

     

    April 27, 2020

    Chemistry I    It is a catch up day!  Many of you have fallen behind, so here is an opportunity to catch up!

    Watch the video if you have been having trouble with the equations we have been working with in Virtual School.  It covers the three main equations, how to tell which to use, how to rearrange equations, how to list your given, and how to solve.  Then for attendance, pick a missing assignment and complete it.  If you are caught up, send me a selfie or a short hello email!  I really do miss you guys!

    There will be a Google Meet if you have any questions (for all three of my Chem I classes) at 2:15.  Keep your mike muted when you enter, it could be a big group, and type in your questions as a Chat. 

    Chemistry II      I can: rank weak bases based on their degree of ionization using their Kb values.

    Work to be turned in: Watch the 15.6 Notes and submit homework #102,103,105,109,111,113,116 as a Blackboard Assignment.

    There will be a Google Meet at 10:30 on Monday.  I have sent out an invitation via Google Calendar.

    AP Physics      Review continues.

    Watch Video #11 from the AP Central Physics I livestream series.  This video introduces you to the question style on the test, then he goes on and talks about the physics of a two body system.

    Work to be turned in: Answer this question as a Blackboard Assignment written submission: Which of the two methods would you prefer to use when solving a two body system, and why? 

     

     

    April 22, 2020

    Chemistry I       I can: solve Molarity problems.

    Work to be turned in: the one problem to be submitted for attendance on the Blackboard Assignment written submission.  List the given, rerrange the equation and solve with the correct labels.

    Chemistry II    I can: recognize Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases.

    Watch the short video on 15.5 Notes, then submit Chapter 15 #82-85,87,89,92,101 as a written submission on the Blackboard Assignment page.

    AP Physics    Continue the review process.

    Watch the Ap Physics Livestream Video #17 and answer the question on the Blackboard Assignment page.

     

     

    April 21, 2020

    Chemistry I   I can: solve Molarity problems.

    Work to be turned in: The Molarity Handout submitted in Blackboard Assignment showing the given values, what is being solved for, the rearranged equation, and the answer with the correct units.  Submit as an attached file or as a written submission.

     

    Chemistry II     I can: identify an Arrhenius Base and explain what a neutralization reaction is.

    Watch the short video on 15.4.  Then in the Blackboard Assignment submit the work and answers to Chapter 15 #65,67,68,70,71,73,74,78, and 80.

     

    AP Physics     We continue our review.

    Watch AP Central Livestream Review video #14 and answer the question on Blackboard Assignment.

     

     

     

    April 20, 2020

    Chemistry I      I can: solve Molarity problems.

    Go to the class Blackboard site and watch the video on how to solve all three types of Molarity problems (solving for M, V, or mass.)

    Work to be turned in: Exit question about the video submitted in the written submission area in the Blackboard assignment.

    Chemistry II     I can: define and classify strong and weak electrolytes and strong and weak acids and bases.

    Watch the Video Notes over sections 15.1-15.3.

    Lesson to be turned in: Chapter 15 #47-49, 52, 55, 56, 61 submitted as an attached file in the Blackboard Assignment submission area.

    AP Physics  We continue our review for the AP Exam on May 14th at 3:00 PM Central Time (our time zone.)

    Watch AP Central Review streaming Video #9 on Projectile Motion.  Most of it is easy review, but there are a couple of key points made in the middle and end the has some good examples of how multiple topics can be spliced together in an exam question. (What is a QQT question? Analyzing a question with the same scenario, but in multiple ways, both qualitatively and quantitatively.  Not just plug and chug, remember there will be more physics and less calculating on this COVID19 test version.

    Work to be turned in: Answer the question about the video in the Blackboard Assignment in the written submission area. 

     

    April 15, 2020     

    Chemistry I       I can: classify concentration designations as qualitative or quantitative and can calculate molarity given moles and volume.

    Go to our class Blackboard site ad state whether you are clear on the assignment OR if you have any questions.  If you have questions, email with the question OR request a Google Meet and I will get back to you.

    Chemistry II      I can: set up the equilibrium constant equation.

    Watch the video for 14.3 AND for attendance on the class Blackboard site state that everything is clear OR email me your questions OR email me and request a Google Meet to discuss your questions.

    AP Physics     Continue to watch AP Physics I Review YouTube videos

    We will have a Google Meet at 12:55 to count for attendance and to discuss the 2018 FRQs.

    April 14,2020

    Chemistry I       I can: recognize that concentrations of solutions have different designations, some are qualitative and some are quantitative.

    Solve the questions posted on Blackboard as a written submission or attached picture.  Makeup work still accepted.  Tomorrow is a question day.  If you have any questions over any assignment, we can schedule a Google Meet to answer your questions.  (Today's assignment counts for attendance and for tomorrow if you do not have any questions, just tell me so on tomorrow's Google Assignment.  If you have a question we can schedule a Google Meet to answer your questions.

    Chemistry II      I can: explain that some chemical reactions do not go to completion, the forward and reverse rates reach equilibrium at some point.

    Answer questions 14.1 and 14.2 #28,32,33 and do the vocabulary definitions as a Blackboard written submission or picture attachment.

    AP Physics   We continue to review for the AP Exam.

    Solve the FRQ 2018 #3 and submit as a Blackboard Assignment attachment.  Continue to watch AP YouTube Review videos.  

     

     

    April 13, 2020  Welcome Back!  I hope you all had a restful week off from Virtual School.   For most of you, sinced we worked so hard before Spring Break, this will be less work.

    Chemistry I       I can: recognize that concentrations of solutions have different designations, some are qualitatative and some are quantitative.

    Watch the video posted on Blackboard and answer the exit slip question as a written submission on Blackboard.

    Chemistry II    I can: explain that some chemical reactions do not go to completion, the forward and reverse rates reach equililibrium at some point.

    Watch the video on Blackboard and answer the two exit slip questions in the written submission area of the Blackboard assignment.

    AP Physics   We continue to review for the AP Exam.  Continue to watch the AP Central Physics I Review videos at your leisure.

    Solve FRQ problem #1 in the 2018 AP Exam.  Take pictures of your work and attach it as a Blackboard Assignment submission.

     

    April 3,2020   Our last Virtual School Day before Spring Break - A break we all deserve!  Have a great Spring Break!

    Chemistry I      I can set up a solubility ratio to solve solubility problems.

    Watch the lesson on the video and solve the four problems showing the proportions when necessary.  Submit in the Blackboard written submission area or attach as a photo. 

    Chemistry II       We are reviewing.

    Answer the problems on the Blackboard page in the written submission box.

    AP Physics          We continue to review for the AP Exam.

    Watch part of an AP YouTube Channel review video from Wednesday or Thursday and comment as requested on the Blackboard Assignment for 4-3-2020.

     

    April 2, 2020

    Chemistry I        I can read a solubility graph to determine temperature or solubility.

    Watch the video and answer the four questions that can be answered by reading the solubility graph.  Submit your answers in the written submission box on the Blackboard page.

    Chemistry II     We are reviewing.

    Answer the problems listed in the Blackboard page in the written submission location section on Blackboard.

    AP Physics      We are reviewing for the AP exam.

    Watch an AP Physics YouTube Channel video and comment on Blackboard. No Google Meet today.

     

    April 1,2020

    Chemistry I         I can: differentiate between and solve combined gas law and ideal gas law problems.

    I finally got the Google Meet invites done correctly.  No homework we are just meeting for attendance and to answer any questions about the last two assignments since the answers will not be posted.  Period 1 meets at 7:55, Period 3 meets at 9:45, and Period 6 meets at 12:05.  See you there.  

    Chemistry II     I can: look at kinetics experiment data and derive a chemical rate law.

    Do #91-98 on the Blackboard site.  Either type it in or take a picture and submit properly.

     

    AP Physics   We continue to review for the AP exam.

    Solve problem #3 in the 2019 AP exam.  Use the copy from 3-31-2020 assignment.  Write the answer on a sheet of paper just like it was a real exam setting.  Google Meet at 1:00.  I will send out invite then.

     

    March 31,2020

    Chemistry I       I can differentiate between and solve combined gas law and ideal gas law problems.

    Solve the problems in the written submission area in Blackboard.  Show all the given, rearrange the equation, and solve with the correct labels.

     

    Chemistry II    I can: describe the process for deriving the rate law for a chemical reaction.

    Watch the notes for 13.6.  Watch the last chapter 13 IU video. Assignment for attendance: answer the question in the Blackboard assignment in the written submission area.

    Physics     We continue to review.

    We will Google Meet at 1:00 to discuss videos.  Assignment is #1 and #2 FRQ from the 2019 exam.  Check it out at the Blackboard site.

     

    Monday March 30, 2020

    Chemistry I        I can solve ideal gas law problems for either Pressure, Volume, number of moles, or Temperature in kelvins or Celsius.

    Google Meet today.  Invite was sent via email.  Today is Crazy Hat Day to discuss today's assignment and to see each other again.  The assignment is to be t.yped into the written submission area in Blackboard.  One person has figured out how to post a picture of her work on Blackboard.  That would be fine if done correctly.

    Chemistry II     I can: I can determine the rate law of a chemical reaction by looking at experimental results of initial reaction concentrations and the matching reaction rate.

    Watch the notes, start the homework.  We will have a Google Meet 10:40 to discuss any questions you might have.  I will send out a Google Meet invitation via email.  (It is crazy hat day!)

    AP Physics    We continue to review for the AP exam.

    Continue to watch the AP Physics I YouTube videos.  I found Thursday's video on torque and equilibrium of not much help.  He did do a good job on differentiating between static equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium.  I see a potential trick question there.  Friday's video should be helpful on answering the experimental FRQ on the exam, especially the different ways to measure force and how important it is to be able to linearize a graph.  He also mentioned NEVER put down human error as an error in an experiment.  I see that too many times!

    Another review source of vidoes to watch is the NMSI: AP Physics I Youtube channel.  NMSI scoured the web and found some excellent videos to review concepts and show demonstrations.  Some are very short. The first 28 cover what you need to know.  Watch a few for attendance and comment on a video you watched in the discussion board. (Never started one before , lets see how it goes.  The tab is under the content tab on our Blackboard  page.  This should be fun!)

     

     

     

     

    Friday March 27,2020

    We made it to Friday.  I hope you all can relax a little over the weekend.  Get outside or do something different.  I know my eyes need a rest from looking at screens all day and evening.  Here  we go.  An easy day for everyone at least from me.

    Chemistry I      I can: use the ideal gas law to solve problems involving pressure, volume, temperature, and number of moles.

    Watch the 5 minute video that shows how the ideal gas law works.  Then type into the written submission box in Blackboard what the Assignment requires.  It is just one problem.  You can do it!

    Chemistry II     I can recognize what is involved in a reaction rate law.

    Solve 13.4 #74-80 in the Blackboard written submission box.

    There will be a Google Meet today at 10:40.

    Physics       Review time.

    Continue to watch AP YouTube review videos.  There will be a Google Meet today at 1:00.

     

    Thursday  March 26, 2020

    The week is almost over.  I need a break, I need the weekend.  Too much work.  Am I right?

    Chemistry I       I can: explain what the ideal gas law is and does!

    Today all classes will be having a Google Meet.  Period 1 is at 8:00, Period 3 is at 9:45, and Period 6 is at 12:10.  I will be sending an email invite out just before the meets.  In the future we will try a Google Calendar invite; I just learned how to do those today.  If you miss the Google Meet there will be a makeup assignment posted on Blackboard.  Attendance of the meet equals attendance for the day.

    Chemistry II       I can: describe what a rate law is.

    Watch the videos posted on Blackboard covering the 13.3 answers to homework and 13.4 Notes on Rate Laws.  Study the notes, read the book, it is about to get a little rough finally.  This is the part that scares people away from Chem II.  Answer the attendance question about the notes.

    Physics

    We are reviewing for the AP exam.  I will give you two days to watch Thursday's video.  I will post a question about it Friday.  You can watch Friday's video FOR FUN.  There will be a Google Meet Friday to discuss Wednesday's video.  Check-in Attendance question on Blackboard.

     

    Wednesday March 25, 2020

     

    Chemistry          I can: recognize the ideal gas law and can explain what all the variables stand for.

    I will show the answers to the last 2 assignments Thursday for those of you who need to see how it is done or who have to make corrections.  Watch the short video on The Introduction of the Ideal Gas Law.  Look at the posted Guided Note Sheet "Ideal Gas Law Intro HO" and write out the answers and submit on the Blackboard Assignment written submission area.  Reminder: Thursday will be Google Meet for each class:  Period 1 is at 8:00, Period 3 is at 9:45,  and Period 6 is at 12:10.  Please reveiw the Google Meet protocols listed on the Thursday March 19th Chemistry I instructions.  If you miss the Google Meet there will eventually be a makeup assignment.

    Chemistry II       I can: solve activation energy problems using enrgy diagrams.

    Solve the following: in Chapter 13 #55-58,60-67,69,70  submit as a picture in an email to me.

    AP Physics

    Watch the video on the AP YouTube channel.  It is streamed live at 12-12:45, but you can also watch it later.  Then answer the 2 questions on Blackboard by 10:00 pm.  

     

    Tuesday March 24, 2020

     

    Chemistry      I can: solve Boyle's, Charles', Gay-Lusaac's, and the Combined Gas Law problems.

    No videos today.   Only three problems to do.  Write out all of your work when you solve the problems.  When you are done take a picture of your work and attach it to Blackboard.  If you are not sure how to attach a file, Google it!  If you do not have a phone, just type out all the work (list the given, state which law, rearrange the equation, and solve) and submit it as a written submission.

    There will be a Google Meet on Thursday: Period 1 at 8:00 am, Period 3 at 9:45, and Period 6 at 12:10.  Please review the Google Meet protocols listed below on the Thursday, March 19th, instructions for Chemistry I.

     

    AP Physics

    I am still waiting for the AP Central site to provide Practice FRQ questions. (The AP Chem old FRQ test questions have been released.)  So I will ask the following question to be answered in a blackboard assignment.  What concept was the most challenging so that we need to review it and practice it.   State what it is and why we should spend extra time reviewing it.  There will NOT be a Google Meet today.

     

    Chemistry II    I can: explain what factors affect reaction rate, including temperature, number of collisions with energy greater than the activation energy, and the fraction of collisions with the proper orientation.

    Watch the short video explaining the answers to the homework.  Watch the video on the notes 13.3 c,d, and e.  The actual assignment will be tomorrow.  For attendance purposes, answer the question dealing with the notes on Blackboard.  Submit your answer in the Blackboard Assignment submision written area.  No Google Meet today.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Monday March 23, 2020

    Chemistry I          I can: differentiate between the different gas laws by formula and by what variable is constant.

    Watch the video on how to solve the combined gas law problem assigned Monday.  Take a picture of the Gas Laws Handout and then "fill in" the answers as described in the Google Assignment written submission box. Looking at the gas law and filling in the blanks for that law is a logical way of filling in the handout.

    Chemistry II        I can: draw energy profile diagrams with activation energy and can calculate activation energy and energy of reaction.

    Watch the short video showing the answers to last Fridays homework, watch the video showing Notes 13.3a,b, some c, and on a sheet of paper do Ch 13.3 #46-50, 53,55. Show the answers on the Google Meet tomorrow for credit.  There will be a Google Meet at 10:55 today.

    AP Physics          I can: realize that the AP exam will only be 45 minutes long and it will be on-line.

    The on-line exam will only cover Units 1-7, which we have already covered!   It will most likely still have an FRQ component in which a picture can be submitted of the work.  There will be free instructional support starting Wednesday, March 25.  We will be taking advantage of it.  There will be two testing dates, an early one for people who do not want to forget stuff, and a later date for those who want to review more.  Wait until near the testing dates before you decide which way to go.

    There will be no Google Meet today.  Do the assignment on Blackboard for attendance.

     

     

     

     

     

    Friday March 20, 2020

    If you are having trouble using Blackboard, or have questions about how something works, google "Blackboard learn for students."   "Submit an assignment" and "how to change the language of the user interface" could be helpful.  Blackboard grades are not accurate, use RDS.  If you owe me an old pre-Virtual School assignment, you may submit it as a Google Doc.

    Chemistry I           I can recognize the combined gas law is just a combination of Boyle's, Charles', and Gay-Lusaac's laws and can be used for any of them by covering up the variable (P,V, or T) that does not change.

    There are two short videos to watch on blackboard: how to do 14.2 #3,4,5 (the homework answer video) and the new notes on the combined gas law 14.2 b.  We will have a Google Meet at 8:00 for Period 1, at 9:45 for Period 3, and at 12:10 for Period 6.  Please check the rules for participating on Thursday's posting.  I will answer questions that you have, specifically about the gas laws. 

    For homework answer the following question on a sheet of paper using the combined gas law: 

    A balloon has a volume of 45.0 Liters at 20.2 degrees Celsius and 755 mm Hg.  If a cold weather front moves in and the temperature drops to 17.5 degrees Celsius and the pressure increases to 765 mm Hg, what WILL BE the NEW volume of the balloon?  Post your answer on the blackboard assignment written submission box.

    Chemistry II     I can: draw an energy reaction coordinate for both endothermic and exothermic reactions.  I can also recognize which compound has the higher energy from a description of the reaction.

    Watch the video showing the answers to practice problems 13.1-13.6.  You already have seen the notes for 13.1 and 13.2, so do #27 in the blackboard assignment written submission box for attendance, then do # 28,30, 37,38,40, 42-45 on a sheet of paper.  There will be no Google Meet today.

     

    AP Physics   I can: solve sound standing wave problems generated in open-open and open-closed tubes.

    There will be no Google Meet today.  There is no video to watch today. Homework to be completed on a sheet of papre is 16.4 #20-25, 27.  It will be looked at during the Google Meet on Monday for attendance and unchecked assignment.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Thursday March 19, 2020

    Chemistry I    I can solve Boyle's, Charles', and Gay-Lusaac's gas law problems.

    We will be scheduling a Google Meet on Friday for each class.  I miss you all and would like to see your faces. First a few ground rules.  Behave as you do in a typical class.  Once greeted by the teacher, mute your microphone.  This eliminates background noise and distractions during discussion.

    If you have questions or comments during the discussion, make a comment on the chat so your teacher knows and can ask you to speak when the time is appropriate.  At that time you will be asked to unmute your mic.

    If you have a difficult time hearing, try turning on the captions.

    DO NOT KICK PEOPLE OUT OF THE MEET.  This behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.  You will not be invited to future meets.

    When the discussion has ended the teacher will thank yu for attending and then you may type "bye" in your chat and leave.

    The Google Meet will be recorded and may be posted on Blackboard.  People who were unable to attendmay then view the Meet and can contribute to the discussion by commenting in the assignment box in Blackboard for that day.  Logging in for the Meet is all you need to do to get credit for attending Virtual school that day!

    The schedule for Friday is as follows : Period 1 will be at 8:00 am, period 3 will be at 9:45 am, and period 6 will be at 12:10 pm.  I am looking forward to seeing all of you then!

    Assignment: Watch the video on Blackboard on how to solve gas law problems, then do 14.2 #3,4,5 as instructed on the Blackboard assignment.

     

    Chemistry II      I can draw reaction energy profiles and explain them.

    Watch the video 13.2, then do the sample problems 13.1 -13.6 on pages 519 and 5:20.  We will Google Meet at 10:40 to answer any questions.

     

    AP Physics        I can: recognize similarities and differences between resonating strings and air resonating in open-open, closed-closed, and open-closed tubes.

    Watch the video about 16.2.3 homework #5,7-14, then watch the video on the 16.4 notes.  The homework will be to answer the question in the blackboard assignment concerning the video.  The response will count as attendance.  There will be no Google Meet today. 

     

     

    Wednesday March 18,2020

    After you submit an assignment to Blackboard and it is graded, do not forget to check the comments.  Valuable feedback may help prevent mistakes in future assessments.  When watching videos do not forget to take notes, you can pause if I go too fast.  The notes will help you with the homework the next day and beyond.  

    Chemistry I     I can: recognize the difference between the graphs of the gas laws.

    Check the video answers for the questions from 14.1 (check any comments in your submitted assignment).  Watch the video for Notes 14.2, taking notes, and then answer the question in the assignment in Blackboard for attendance purposes.

    Chemistry II    I can: define chemical kinetics and reaction mechanism.

    We will not have a Google Meet today.  I will post a video with the answers worked out for the homework and then do the notes for 13.1.  The assignment on Blackboard is an extensive vocabulary assignment.  Type the definitions into the Blackboard submission area in the posted Blackboard assignment.  The vocabulary should be submitted before 2:15 in order to be marked present for today.

    AP Physics     I can: solve standing wave equations involving frequencies, velocity in the string, string lengths and wave lengths, string tension, and string linear density.

    Assignment : Chapter 16 #5, 7-14.  On a separate sheet of paper.  We will Google Meet at 1:00 to answer any questions you might have.  The Google Meet will count as attendance.

     

     

     

    Tuesday March 17,2020

    I will be combining my Chemistry I classes AFTER TODAY because I was told that the original schedule of odd/even classes was just a suggestion.  It was supposed to make things easier on teachers and students, but it increased my workload 25%.  I will just try not to overload everyone with homework and vidoes and I think we will be OK.  I will consider video conferencing with Chemistry I at a later date. (The classes are kind of big for that.)

    Chemistry I   I can: recognize the relationship between pressure and volume, particles, and temperature.

    Period 6: Answer the following questions 14.1 #1-6 in the on-line book via Blackboard AND submit the vocabulary definitions for Chapter 14 via Blackboard as well.  Due by 2:15 for full credit, vocabulary will be used for attendance.

    Periods 1 and 3: Watch the video 14.1 and then submit the answers to 14.1 #1-6 in the on-line book via Blackboard.  Due by 2:15 for full credit.

     

    Chemistry II     I can: balance nuclear equations.

    We will meet on Google Meet at 10:10.  You will show me your homework (Ch 16 #102-107) for unchecked homework credit.  I will then post the video showing the answers to the questions.  Then assign #109,114,116-120.  Normally we would go over these in class and take the chapter 16 Quiz tomorrow.  This is an assignment day, so I will leave you to do the homework.  Email me with any questions you might have.  Tomorrow we will start chapter 13.

     

    AP Physics      I can: explain the properties of a standing wave.

    We will have a quick Google Meet where you will show me your homework and then I will open up the video showing the homework answers.  Your assignment is to Watch the video on Chapter 16.3 and 16.4.  (If you want to start the homework for tomorrow it will be #5,7-14.   

     

     

     

     

     

    March 16, 2020 Virtual School Commences 

    Stay safe throughout this time of avoiding social contact with others.  The corona viris will run it's course and we will return to finish this quarter.  In the meantime we cannot remain stagnant.   We must muddle through until we return.  I may find better ways to reach everyone, but this is what I have come up with. Welcome to Virtual School.  Stay connected and all will be fine.  Blackboard will be our learning platform.  That is what I was trained on a couple of years ago.  Assignments will be listed here and work due on or before Friday, March 13th, should be typed in a Google Doc and shared with me.  If you have the lab finished, take pictures and send to me via email.  If you have questions concerning the lab email me during our normally scheduled time. Most of our assignments will be sent in daily via Blackboard on the CONTENT tab. JUST SEND THE OLD STUFF VIA GOOGLE.

    Chemistry I - If you have any questions, email me during our normal time together.  I will try to respond quickly. Use CONTENT tab in Blackboard

    Period 6: There will be an instructional video for Chemistry I Period 6 today.  You will have to show that you watched the video by answering a question about it on Blackboard by 2:15.  If submitted after 2:15, you will be marked absent and the assignment will be worth fewer points.  Tomorrow you will have more questions to answer about the instruction from the previous day.  The assignment should be turned in by 2:15 or you will be marked absent and the assignment will be worth fewer points. The cycle will then repeat.

    Chemistry I - periods 1 and 3: Today is a practice day.  An assignment will be waiting for you on Blackboard.  It should be submitted by 2:15.  If submitted after 2:15, you will be marked absent and your assignment will be worth less points. Tomorrow you will watch an instructional video.  There will be a question for you to answer after you have watched the video.  It should be submitted by 2:15.  If submitted after 2:15 you will be marked absent and the assignment will be worth fewer points.  The cycle will then repeat.

    Chemistry II This is our video instruction day.  I will go over the homework and will demonstrate how to do problem #100.  I will then invite you to a Google Meet.  I will send you the invite code and you will be marked present when you join us.  The assignment will be Chapter 16 #102-107.  You will show it to me when we Google Meet the next day. I may have you do assignments in Blackboard under the content tab instead of showing them to me.

    Tomorrow will be a problem day.  We will meet at our regularly scheduled time, go over the above assignment, then I will assign the rest of the review problems for Chapter 16 and the vocabulary for Chapter 13.  We will do the chapter 16 quiz in a month when we return.  The pattern of video lesson and assignments will then repeat

    AP Physics

    Today is officially an assignment day, but test day is rapidly approaching and we must do whatever we can to pass the test.  Your time spent on Physics will be less than the 50 minutes in class plus 30 minutes out of class you should be spending on average studying.  I will post on Blackboard in the content tab the video showing the answers to the homework.  I will also include Notes 16.1 and 16.2.  Homework will be #1 and #2.  We will try and set up the Google Meet after the notes in order to answer any questions you might have about the video.  Attendance will be acceptance into the Google Meet.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    March 2,2020  Regularly scheduled e-Learning Day

    Chemistry I

    The last installment of our Nuclear Chemistry Unit 

    I can: balance nuclear equations.

    Lesson Description: watch a video on You Tube and balance some nuclear equations.

    Work to be turned in: the following 3 equations balanced and turned in on a sheet of paper.

     

    1.  135                                                  135             

           53  I          ----------->                    54  Xe        +         ?

     

    2.   40                                                   0 

          19  K          ----------->                  -1  e             +         ?

     

     

    3.   59                     1        ------------>         56               

          27  Co     +        0  n                                25  Mn       +        ?

     

     

    Chemistry II

     

    The Chapter 9 -12 Test is on Wednesday.  It is time to review.  The Chapter 12 Review is sufficient for chapter 12.  I will type out some quetions and problems from chapters 9-11 for you to review.  There may be other topics from these chapters, but this is a good start for studying for the Quarterly test.

    I can: solve stoichiometry problems, assign oxidation states to atoms in compounds and ions, understand voltaic cells, solve gas law problems, understand the solution process, and solve solution problems.

    Lesson Description:  Solve the problems listed below.

    Work to be turned in: as many problems as you are able to do on paper.

    Chapter 9:

    1.  Given 47.2 grams of water, how many liters of oxygen gas at STP can be produced in the decomposition reaction? Hydrogen gas is also produced.

    2. If 27.2 Liters of oxygen gas are collected in problem #1, what is the percent yeild?

    3. Given the reverse reaction in #1 (combination), if 25.0 grams of hydrogen gas and 50.0 grams of oxygen gas react, how many molecules of water will be produced?

    4. A combustion analysis has led to the following results for the %composition for a compound:

         54.5% C   9.1 % H   36.4% O

        What is the compund's empirical formula?

       If the molar mass of the compound is 88 g/mol, what is the molecular formula?

    5. What are the particles refered to in 1 mole = Avogadro's number of particles? ___________, ________________, and 

        _________________    __________

    Chapter 10:

    1. What are all the oxidation numbers for all the atoms in:  perchlorate, chlorate, barium hydride, barium peroxide, zinc nitrate, and ammonium nitrate?

    2. Define oxidation and reduction in terms of: electrons lost and gained, oxidation state increased or decreased.

    3. Identify the element oxidized, the element reduced, the oxidizing agent and the reducing agent in:

       iron (II)chloride + magnesium forms magnesium chloride + iron

    4. In a voltaic cell with Zn and Sn as electrodes and Zinc sulfate and tin(II)sulfate as electrolytes:

     a) draw the cell

    b) show the direction of electron flow

    c) what is the anode?

    d) which electrode is disappearing?

    e) what could be used as the electrolyte in the salt bridge? (many possible answers)

     

    Chapter 11:

    1. Is the relationship between the following: direct or inverse?

    a) P and V   b) P and T   c) P and n   d) V and T

    2. What causes pressure?

    3. Use the combined gas law to solve the following:

    A balloon has a volume of 25.0 liters at 725 mm Hg at 298 K, what is the volume at STP?

    4. Use the ideal gas law to solve the following:

    What is the volume of a balloon at 25 degrees Celsius and 825 mm Hg if it contains 10.0 grams of hydrogen gas?

    5.  m sample    =   PV

            MM                 RT         rearrange to find the equation for the density of the gas

     

    6. Under what conditions (high or low) does a gas "behave" most like an ideal gas?  T _________V__________

     

     

    AP Physics

    Time to review for the Unit 7 Test:

    I can: solve torque and conservation of angular momentum problems.

    Lesson Description: Go to the AP Central web-site and do the Unit 7 MC section reviews and the FRQ review.

    Work to be turned in: answers selected on the AP Central website for the MC and written work for the FRQ on a sheet of paper.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    February 26, 2020  A little snow.  More on the way.  Again, we used to goto school on days like these.

     

    Chemistry I

    A little more review before the Chapter 12 test which is rescheduled for Friday now.

    I can: use balanced equations to use a molar ratio to solve stoichiometry problems with mass, volume, and particles.

    Lesson Description: watch a video on you tube, then solve the two problems after balancing the equation.

    Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper, balance the equation below and the solve the two problems showing the factor label method.

     

    Write the equation and balance:  Water decomposes when electricity is added to form hydrogen gas (diatomic) and oxygen gas (diatomic).

    1. How many grams of hydrogen gas is released when 1.00 grams of water decomposes?

    2. How many molecules of oxygen gas is formed when 50.0 grams of hydrogen gas is also produced?

     

    Chemistry II

    I can: solve a multitude of solution problems after watching the IU videos.

    Lesson Description: Review Chapter 12 by watching on-line IU videos (there are 8 videos on the Blackboard content tab for Chapter 12) as needed, then solving the problems on the Chapter 12 Solutions Review Problems.

    Work to be turned in: The completed Chapter 12 Solutions Review Problem handout.

     

    AP Physics

    I can: solve solve torque with static equilibrium and conservation of angular momentum problems.

    Lesson Description: Review Chapters 8.1,8.2, and 9.7 and solve the problems on the Review Handout.

    Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper turn in the solutions to the problems on the Review Handout.  SHow your work.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    February 13, 2020 It's a Little bit of snow.  We used to go to school on days like these.

     

    Chemistry I

     

    The Chapter 11 Test is scheduled for when we return.  The assignment is designed to prepare the student for chapter 12 by introducing two new vocabulary terms, reviewing a few terms, and reviewing the factor label method of conversion factors learned in chapter 10.

    I can: use the factor label method to convert between moles, mass, volume, and particles.

    Lesson Description: Use the on-line text to define five vocabulary terms and solve four conversion problems using the factor label method.

    Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper,  turn in the work showing use of the factor label method and answers to the following:

    1. Define mole ratio-

    2. Define Stoichiometry-

    3. What is molar mass-

    4. What is a mole-

    5. What is Avogadro's number-

    6. What is the molar volume at STP?

    7. Convert 440 grams of carbon into moles.

    8. Convert 440 grams of carbon into molecules.

    9. Convert 4.2 moles of carbon dioxide into liters at STP.

    10. Convert 85 grams of helium into liters at STP.

    11. Convert 8.25 liters of helium at STP into atoms.

     

    Chemistry II

     

    The chapter 11 test is now scheduled when we return to school. Chapter 12 is a long chapter that covers many topics.

    I can: understand the definitions of terms related to solutions.

    Lesson Description: write the definition for the vocabulary terms from chapter 12.

    Work to be Turned In: On a sheet of paper the following definitions:

     solution, solvent, solute, aqueous solution, solvent cage, ion-dipole forces, solvation, hydration, hydration energy, entropy, solubility, saturated solution, concentration, molarity, dilution equation, percent composition, titration, normal boiling point, normal freezing point, dynamic equilibrium, vapor pressure, colligative property, hydrophilic, hydrophobic

     

    AP Physics

     

    I can: use Newton's Second Law of Rotational Motion to solve torque problems.

    Lesson Description: Read the supplied notes and solve the book problems.

    Work to be turned in: Chapter 7 #43-47 on a sheet of paper.

     

    Conner it still went sideways:)

     

    January 30th and January 31st   eLearning in an effort to control the flu outbreak

    Chemistry I

    January 30th:

    I can: count atoms in chemical formulas with coefficients in front of them.

    Lesson description: Watch the video on how to count atoms in a chemica formula and a chemical equation, then do the assigned problem from the on-line book.

    Work to be turned in:  On a sheet of paper, do BOOK 11.1 #4 a-f

    January 31st:

    I can: balance simple chemical equations.

    Lesson Description: Watch the video on how to balance chemical equations, then do assigned problems from the on-line book.

    Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper,do BOOK 11.1 #6 a-d (it can be the same sheet of paper as Thursday's assignment.

     

    Chemistry II

    January 30th: Reviewing for our test on Monday

    I can: draw and explain what is occurring inside a voltaic cell.

    Lesson Description: Watch the IU Lecture video, then do the assigned problems from the textbook.

    Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper, the same assignment proposed on Wednesday: Chapter 10.7 #89, 90, 92-97, 99, 102, 104, 105.

     

    January 31st: Still reviewing for our test on Monday

    I can: explain why a single replacement chemical reaction may proceed in only one direction.

    Lesson Description: Watch the IU Lecture Video, then do the assigned problems from the textbook.

    Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper, the same assignment proposed on Wednesday: Chapter 10 #107, 111, 113,114,116, 117, 118, 123, 125, 126.

     

    AP Physics : Look over 9.6 and review for FRQ Quiz and MC Test next week after reviewing a day

    January 30th

    I can: solve various momentum problems and recognize that when momentum is conserved, kinetic energy is only conserved in perfectly elastic collisions.

    Lesson Description: Go to the AP Central site and begin Unit 5 review.

    Work to be turned in electronically (just the AP site attempt): Unit 5 MC part I.

     

    January 31st

    I can: solve various momentum and kinetic energy problems where momentum is conserved and kinetic energy is not.

    Lesson Description: Go to AP Central site and continue Unit 5 review.

    Work to be turned in: Unit 5 MC part II electronically. (The  Unit 5 FRQ will be due the next school as we will need some time to process all of this.)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    December 9,2019

     

    Chemistry I

    I can: describe nuclear fission and fusion and give an exampe of each.

    Lesson Description: Watch the video on fission and fusion, describe each, AND give an example of each.

    Work to be turned in:  On a sheet of paper define fission and fusion AND give an example of each.

     

    Chemistry II

    I can: describe a precipitation reaction, predict the precipitate formed given solution reactants, and write the net ionic equation for the reaction.

    Lesson Description: Watch the video and write the net ionic equation for a reaction given the reactant solutions. Be sure to include the physical states in order to show which substance is the precipitate.

    Work to be turned in: On a sheet of paper, write the complete ionic equation and the net ionic equation given the following reactant solutions:

    1. aqueous copper (II) nitrate and aqueous sodium phosphate

    2. aqueous strontium bromide and aqueous sodium carbonate

     

    AP Physics

    I can: solve simple harmonic motion problems.

    Lesson Description: Read 14.4 (sorry videos have too much info and we want to keep it simple) AND solve some problems. 

    Work to be turned in: on a sheet of paper 14.4 #17-21.  Notes to follow: (Sorry sideways took over an hour to get this far!)

    ap physics notes 14.4a

    Notes 14.4b

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    November 12, 2019

     

    Chemistry I

    I can: write binary ionic compound formulas from the names.

    Lesson Description:  Watch the video, then write several formulas given the name of a compound.

    Work to be turned in: The formulas written on a sheet of paper of the following compounds:

    1. lithum sulfide

    2. barium nitride

    3. aluminum chloride

    4. zinc bromide

    5. copper(II)fluoride

    6. lead(IV)iodide

    7. chromium(III)sulfide

    8. manganese(II)phosphide

    9. silver selenide

    10. sodium sulfide

     

    Chemisry II

    I can: describe how intermolecular forces hold molecules together in a liquid.

    Lesson descrption: Watch the Crash Course video and write a paragraph on what you learned from the video.

    Work to be turned in: Send a paragraph describing what you learned from the video to me via email (mmarz@mcas.k12.in.us).

     

    AP Physics

    I can: describe and solve problems about angular velocity and angular acceleration.

    Lesson descrption: watch the video and solve the two problems below.

    Work to be turned in: on a sheet of paper: show the solutions to the problems below with all the work shown:

    1. What is the angular velocity of a record, in rad/s, spinning at 45 pm?

    2. What is the angular acceleration of a record spinning at 45 rpm if it takes 2.5 seconds to reach 33 1/3 rpm?

     

     

     

    November 5, 2019 This is a planned eLearning Day

    Chemistry I

    I can: define radioactivity, explain nuclear transmutation, understand what half-life is, and define spontaneous fission?

     

    Lesson description: Watch the Crash Course video on radioactivity, then answer the following questions on a sheet of paper:

    1. What is radioactivity?

    2. What is nuclear transmutation?

    3. How is half-life calculated?

    4. What are three forms of radioactive decay?

    5. What is spontaneous fission?

     

    Work to be turned in: answers to the three questions listed above on paper or sent to me as a google doc.

     

    Chemistry II

    I can: define what the three phases of matter are and explain the role of intermolecular forces in determining the phase matter exists as at specific temperatures and pressures.

    Lesson description: Watch IU video 7.1 on Blackboard and answer the following questions in Chapter 7 of our textbook.

    Work to be turned in: Chapter 7 Concept questions p275 #1-4, Problems p276 #15-25

     

    AP Physics

    I can: explain how forces interact using Newton's three laws of motion including using normal and frictional forces.

     Lesson description:  Review for the FRQ test Wednesday by viewing the Kahn Academy video, then answer the question that follows.

    Work to be turned in:  Answer the following question on a sheet of paper or share it in a Google Doc: What did watching the Kahn Academy video help clarify for you? 

     

     

     

     

    OCTOBER 11, 2019 This eLearning Day is due to a power outage at the high school.  Power is back, but there still is no internet.  All planned tests and quizzes will occur on Monday and will count toward the first nine weeks.  Today's assignments will count toward the second nine weeks grade.

    Chemistry I

    Let's review some more:

    I can: use isotopic symbols to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in the isotope.

    Lesson Description: Watch the video (good review for the whole chapter with practice at the end to do on your own) and write a paragraph describing how to use the isotopic symbol to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons. 

    Work to be turned in: a handwritten paragraph describing how to use the isotopic symbol to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons.

     

    Chemistry II

    I can: draw electron dot structures for covalent compounds, including those with double and triple bonds.

    Lesson Description: Watch IU video on our Blackboard site: Chapter 5 number 3.  Do bookwork Chapter 5 #84, 86-94.

    Work to be turned in: Handwritten Chapter 5 answers to #84, 86-94.

     

    AP Physics

    I can: understand the concept of apparent weight acting on a person in an elevator in any situation.

    Lesson Description: Watch the video and answer Chapter 5 problems #19,20,21

    Work to be turned in: Chapter 5 #19,20,21.  (Don't forget you should also be doing the Chapter 4 multiple choice questions.)

     

     

    September 30, 2019 This is a planned ELearning Day so that your teachers can have some professional development, we get to learn stuff!  The due date is October 1st, but if you do not have internet at home you may turn in the assignment as late as Thursday, October 5th.

    Chemistry I 

    I can:  describe what the equation E = mc² is used for, list the three forms of nuclear decay, and fill in the missing numbers in a nuclear equation.

    Lesson Description: Watch the video and answer the questions below that follow the video.

    1. Watch the video on the introduction of nuclear chemistry (nuclear physics also)

    2. Answer the following questions on a sheet of paper:

    a. What are the three particles that make up the atom?

    b. Which of those particles are found in the nucleus?

    c. What equation allows the binding energy to be calculated?

    d. How many kilograms is one unified atomic mass unit equal to?

    e. What does the strong nuclear force do?

    f. What "extra" particles are found in the nucleus in order to increase the stability of the nucleus?

    g. Who discovered radioactivity?

    h. What are the three forms of nuclear decay?

    i. What is the other product particle when radium-226 decays into radon-222?

    j. What are the other two product particles when carbon-14 decays into nitrogen-14?

    k. During a beta decay, what three particles does a neutron turn into?

    l. What is a gamma ray?

    Work to be turned in:  the answers to the above questions on a sheet of paper.

     

    Chemistry II

    I can: use the Periodic Table of the Elements to order elements by their size and to correctly determine the ground state electron configuration of elements and ions.

    Lesson Description:  Watch IU video 4.4 and part of IU video 4.5 then answer the questions in your book Chapter 4 #95-105 and #157-160.  This is your regular assignment.  If all goes well we will only be 2 days behind schedule.  Quiz chapter 4 will be on Friday and the Test over Chapters 1-4 will be on Tuesday October 8th.

    Work to be turned in: Bookwork #95-105 and #157-160.

     

    AP Physics

     

    I can: use the websites at Khan Academy, Flipping Physics, and Bozemanscience to help my understanding of AP Physics 1 Kinematics.

    Lesson Description: Visit the above websites and rate their usefulness in helping you understand AP Physics 1 level Kinematics.  

    Work to be turned in: a ranking in the the usefulness of the three listed websites with an explanation of why you ranked them the way you did on a sheet of paper.

     

     

     

     

     

         

     

     

    email me with any questions you may have: mmarz@mcas.k12.in.us