Introduction to the Mole Video

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Exothermic/Endothermic Lab Report Standards

Content Standards:

  • CuffeeHS.PCHS.SC.08: Students use scientific writing to explain rationale, procedures, and results of an experiment.
  • CuffeeHS.PCHS.SC.09: Students use scientific writing to draw conclusions based on the analysis of data gathered from an experiment.
  • PS2(9-11)-6a: Students demonstrate an understanding of physical, chemical, and nuclear changes by writing balanced chemical equations to represent chemical reactions and illustrate the conservation of matter.

Applied Learning Standards:

A. Problem Solving: Formulating core questions and concerns about topics or areas of interest and organizing and conducting a process to (a) create an intellectual or physical product, (b) hold an event, or (c) conduct a process or otherwise move towards the solution of the identified issue or problem.

E. Reflection and Evaluation: Reviewing and thinking critically about past activities and plans for the future.

Introduction to the Mole – ONLINE EDITION Websites

Here are the 3 websites that you need to complete the Introduction to the Mole – ONLINE EDITION packet (due on Tues 4/29).

  1. http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/moles/faq/why-use-moles.shtml
  2. http://chemistry.about.com/od/workedchemistryproblems/a/molegramconvert.htm
  3. http://www.softschools.com/quizzes/chemistry/counting_particles_and_avogadros_number/quiz1119.html

Here is the electronic version of the packet: 4.28 Mole Website Activity

Monday Night Homework

ALL CLASSES:

  • Percy Julian SEE paragraph (electronic is fine)
  • SEE chart with unit conversions homework on the reverse
  • Percy Julian note taking packet
  • President Obama Japan Mission (if you didn’t finish it in class)

PERIOD F ONLY: Watch Unit Conversions Video #2 and fill out the accompanying notes sheet (included in previous posts)