Alright STOP, COLLABORATE AND LISTEN, Mogck is back with a brand new LESSON! And it is ICE TABLES! This week in chem 30 we will be diving into the more difficult section of chem 30 - ICE tables. This week will be an intense week of labs, and difficult lessons, and a quiz on top of it! Hopefully the 30s are on their best efforts and behavior this week! Hopefully the kids are on top of their work, as this unit has 3 major labs, and if they get behind they will definitely regret it.
This Week in Chem 30
Monday: Topic 5 ICE tables
Tuesday: Work Period (make sure they get it)
Wednesday: Quiz 1 (Acid Base Equilibrium)
Thursday: Topic 6 Buffers
Friday: Buffer lab
Upcoming Due Dates:
Wednesday April 29: Acid Base Quiz 1
Thursday April 30: Bronsted Lowry Lab due
Friday May 8: Buffer Lab due
This week in chem 30, we have a full week of learning! As mentioned before, Acid Base Equilibrium is one of the most important and difficult units in chem 30. This week, the students will be taught 3 parts of the unit, and be performing their first of 3 labs. It's a big week.
Last week's midterm marks were very impressive! I was very happy to see the kids had prepared appropriately for the midterm exam! This gives me hope for the diploma! Great work kids!
This week in chem 30
Monday: Le Chatelier's Principle
Tuesday: Bronsted Lowry Acid Base
Wednesday: Bronsted Lowry Acid Base Lab
Thursday: Electrochem Rewrite In Class
Friday: Work Period
Upcoming Due Dates
Thursday April 23: Electrochem Rewrite Exam
Wednesday April 29: Bronsted Lowry Lab due
Wednesday April 29: Acid Base Quiz
I hope everyone is relaxed, refreshed and ready to get back into the swing of school... because this is the last term of the semester. The last 40 days of high school classes for the grade 12s. This, essentially, is crunch time!
This week is midterm week for the chemistry 30s. They have known about this midterm since February, and I had sent a message to all staff to let them know that kids often stress about the chem 30 midterm, to try to alleviate some of the stress. At the same time, I have heard many students mention that this is going to be a rough week for them. Thank goodness in chemistry 30, the midterm is only worth 15% of their class mark (that is only 7.5% of their overall grade) and the midterm mark can be replaced by the final mark (if the final exam mark is an improvement). At the same time, students should have been studying and preparing for the midterm, as I'm sure you have all heard, chemistry is not the easiest subject!
After the midterm we will be diving straight into Acid Base Equilibrium, which historically is one of the harder units and worth more on the diploma than any other unit in chem 30. Needless to say, we are definitely getting in deep here.
This week in Chem 30:
Monday: Review of Unit A and Unit B
Tuesday: Study Time
Wednesday: MIDTERM EXAM
Thursday: Chemical Equilibrium (Topic 1)
Friday: Le Chatelier's Principle (Topic 2)
Upcoming Due Dates:
WEDNESDAY APRIL 15: MIDTERM EXAM
Ms. Kendra Mogck