E-Learning Day 11-12-2019
Novembe 12, 2019 Snow Day!
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
9. silver selenide
10. sodium sulfide
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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