Honors Chemistry 21-22-2A Assignments

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S2 Extra Credit in Google Classroom

S2 Extra Credit

This is an individual assignment.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, May 24 4:45 PM

Past Assignments

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Equilibrium Quiz in Google Classroom

Equilibrium Quiz

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, May 25 4:30 PM

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Reaction Rate Form in Google Classroom

Reaction Rate Form

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, May 9 8:46 PM

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Now that you've done your simulation, what 2 things have to happen in order for reactions to occur? When you increase temperature, increase surface area, or add a catalyst, what happens to the reactants that speeds the reaction up? in Google Classroom

Now that you've done your simulation, what 2 things have to happen in order for reactions to occur? When you increase temperature, increase surface area, or add a catalyst, what happens to the reactants that speeds the reaction up?

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Thursday, May 5 1:01 PM

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If you had a sugar cube that you wanted to dissolve, what could you do to make the sugar cube dissolve faster? in Google Classroom

If you had a sugar cube that you wanted to dissolve, what could you do to make the sugar cube dissolve faster?

Describe as many ways as possible to increase the rate that a sugar cube dissolves. This should be from your current understanding, NOT research/Googling.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Thursday, May 5 1:01 PM

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Bell Ringer/Quiz Review in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer/Quiz Review

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, April 19 4:58 PM

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Practice Enthalpy Problems (After class 3/15) in Google Classroom

Practice Enthalpy Problems (After class 3/15)

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, March 15 12:49 PM

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Unit 4 Practice Test in Google Classroom

Unit 4 Practice Test

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, February 28 7:17 PM

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Limiting Reactant Pixel Art in Google Classroom

Limiting Reactant Pixel Art

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, February 28 7:17 PM

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Limiting Reactants and Percent Yield Lab in Google Classroom

Limiting Reactants and Percent Yield Lab

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, February 14 12:59 PM

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Stoich Practice Quiz in Google Classroom

Stoich Practice Quiz

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, January 31 3:37 PM

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Predictions Review WS in Google Classroom

Predictions Review WS

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, January 19 11:05 AM

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Stoichiometry WS1 in Google Classroom

Stoichiometry WS1

This is a digital copy for absent students or students who lose their copy
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, January 21 9:41 AM

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Weird Unit Conversions in Google Classroom

Weird Unit Conversions

This is a digital copy for those of you who are absent or lose your paper copy.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, January 19 11:05 AM

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Molar Mass Worksheet in Google Classroom

Molar Mass Worksheet

This is a digital copy for those of you who are absent or lose your paper copy.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, January 19 11:05 AM

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Unit Conversions Practice in Google Classroom

Unit Conversions Practice

Digital Copies for those of you who are absent or lose your paper copies. 
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, January 19 11:05 AM

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Predicting Products of Chemical Reactions in Google Classroom

Predicting Products of Chemical Reactions

This is on paper for in person students. Complete this on your own paper if you're working from home.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, January 14 1:44 PM

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Predicting Reactions Practice in Google Classroom

Predicting Reactions Practice

This will be done on paper for students in class. If you are absent/remote, you can work on this on your own paper.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, January 10 8:50 AM

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Sig Fig Practice in Google Classroom

Sig Fig Practice

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, January 12 12:54 PM

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Review of 1st semester topics in Google Classroom

Review of 1st semester topics

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Thursday, January 6 11:26 AM

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S1 Extra Credit Opportunity in Google Classroom

S1 Extra Credit Opportunity

Choose one of the following topics to create a "flip book" model in Google Slides. Scrolling through the slides should make the particles in the model "move" to demonstrate your understanding of the concept. Record your screen using Flipgrid as you present your slides on your screen so you can verbally explain your model too. Do NOT google clip art and call it a model that you created yourself. 

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How do sugar and salt dissolve differently in water?
Why are the surface tensions so different in isopropyl alcohol and water?
What happens to the molecules in water as it undergoes phase changes from solid to liquid to gas?
Why is potassium more reactive than sodium?
How does a covalent bond form compared to an ionic bond?
What are the differences between polar and nonpolar bonds?
Why does the radius of atoms decrease from left to right of the periodic table?
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, December 14 6:16 PM

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Chemical Equations Gizmo in Google Classroom

Chemical Equations Gizmo

Go to the link that is at the top of the page of the worksheet or use the link in the "useful items" section of Classroom to do the Chemical Equations Gizmo. 


Complete this worksheet and click turn in when you're done.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, November 16 6:00 PM

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Material Engineering in Google Classroom

Material Engineering

Attach your presentation here and use the link to flipgrid to record your presentation.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, November 22 11:35 AM

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Unit 2 Practice Test in Google Classroom

Unit 2 Practice Test

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, November 2 5:15 PM

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DIY lab in Google Classroom

DIY lab

Lab procedures must be completed AND APPROVED BEFORE class on 11/2.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, October 27 3:07 PM

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Garbage Bag Lab/Demo in Google Classroom

Garbage Bag Lab/Demo

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, October 19 5:04 PM

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Property Predictions in Google Classroom

Property Predictions

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, October 19 5:04 PM

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Naming Review in Google Classroom

Naming Review

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, October 19 5:04 PM

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Modeling IMFs in Google Classroom

Modeling IMFs

Paper available in class
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, October 15 11:55 AM

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Sticky Molecules CER in Google Classroom

Sticky Molecules CER

Use the Sticky Molecules Gizmo to take data and complete this CER.


(On paper for in person students.)
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, October 13 3:07 PM

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Types of Matter in Google Classroom

Types of Matter

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, October 8 3:19 PM

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Extensive vs Intensive Lab in Google Classroom

Extensive vs Intensive Lab

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, October 6 11:03 AM

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Polymer Lab CER in Google Classroom

Polymer Lab CER

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, October 4 1:46 PM

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Unit 1 Test Review in Google Classroom

Unit 1 Test Review

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, September 8 4:39 PM

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Unit 1 Practice Test in Google Classroom

Unit 1 Practice Test

THIS IS NOT AN ALL-ENCOMPASSING PRACTICE TEST, but it does give a good sampling of question types and content. 


This will self-grade to let you know what you need some extra work on. 
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, September 14 4:59 PM

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Classifying Compounds and Counting Atoms in Google Classroom

Classifying Compounds and Counting Atoms

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, September 10 2:53 PM

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Ionic and Covalent Bonding Gizmos in Google Classroom

Ionic and Covalent Bonding Gizmos

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, September 3 12:49 PM

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Periodic Trends Quiz in Google Classroom

Periodic Trends Quiz

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, September 10 2:53 PM

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Periodic Trends Worksheet in Google Classroom

Periodic Trends Worksheet

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Friday, September 3 12:49 PM

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Periodic Trends

Periodic Trends "Worksheet" 2

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Monday, August 30 3:25 PM

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Electron Configuration HOMEWORK in Google Classroom

Electron Configuration HOMEWORK

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Thursday, August 26 12:03 PM

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Periodic Table and Atomic Structure Quiz in Google Classroom

Periodic Table and Atomic Structure Quiz

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, September 1 2:29 PM

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Electron Configuration PRACTICE in Google Classroom

Electron Configuration PRACTICE

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Thursday, August 26 12:03 PM

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Using Your Periodic Table in Google Classroom

Using Your Periodic Table

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Thursday, August 26 12:03 PM

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Graphing Trends in the Periodic Table in Google Classroom

Graphing Trends in the Periodic Table

Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Tuesday, August 24 11:43 AM

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Atomic Structure and Periodic Table Practice in Google Classroom

Atomic Structure and Periodic Table Practice

Mandatory:
Atomic Structure Maze (done on paper in class)
Periodic Table Maze (done on paper in class)
Atomic Structure "Worksheet" (Google Form)
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Periodic Table Mystery Picture
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Thursday, August 26 12:03 PM

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Sorting Number/Color Patterns in Google Classroom

Sorting Number/Color Patterns

Drag the shapes into the grid to sort them into patterns that you see. 
Make sure you have a pattern in the vertical direction AND the horizontal direction. 
Be able to explain WHY ___ shape is (left/right, above/below, etc.) a neighboring shape. 
When you are done, add a textbox or comment that describes what your patterns are.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, August 18 2:18 AM

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Sorting Shapes Activity in Google Classroom

Sorting Shapes Activity

Drag the shapes into the grid to sort them into patterns that you see. 
Make sure you have a pattern in the vertical direction AND the horizontal direction. 
Be able to explain WHY ___ shape is (left/right, above/below, etc.) a neighboring shape. 
When you are done, add a textbox or comment that describes what your patterns are. 
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, August 18 2:18 AM

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Previous Science Review in Google Classroom

Previous Science Review

We'll be doing this in class, but if you miss it or want the extra practice, here's a digital copy.
Created by Kaitlyn Czernicki: Wednesday, August 18 2:18 AM