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– Clearly describe in a 400-word essay 3 jobs that definitely require a background in chemistry and support your answers using as many examples as possible. You will need a thesis statement and introduction and conclusion paragraphs. – Have the permission slip signed and returned tomorrow. – Cover your textbook. – Get a notebook or binder exclusively for science class. Please bring a scientific (and non-graphing) calculator to class everyday.

– Complete parent homework e-mail assignment (found on back of the class syllabus) — due by Sunday, September 2.

HW #2 (Tuesday, August 28):

– Handwrite Chapters 1 and 2 vocab definitions [5 + 24 = 29 terms]. – Read Chapter 1 (p. 3-16) and be prepared for Chapter 1 Reading Quiz on Thursday, August 30.

– Complete parent homework e-mail assignment (found on back of the class syllabus) by Sunday, September 2.

HW #3 (Wednesday, August 29):

– Read Chapter 1 (p. 3-16) and be prepared for Chapter 1 Reading Quiz on Thursday, August 31.
– Print out and bring to class a copy of worksheet for Physical and Chemical Changes Lab for Thursday, August 30.
– Complete parent homework e-mail assignment (found on back of the class syllabus) by Sunday, September 2.

HW #4 (Thursday, August 30):

– Complete parent homework e-mail assignment (found on back of the class syllabus) by Sunday, September 2. – Complete Measurement Practice Worksheet — due Wednesday, September 5.

– Study for SI Units/Prefixes and Unit Conversions Quiz on Thursday, September 6.

HW #5 (Friday, August 31):

– Complete Physical and Chemical Changes Lab Report — due Wednesday, September 5. [Click here for lab report guidelines] – Complete Measurement Practice Worksheet — due Thursday, September 6.

– Study for SI Units/Prefixes and Unit Conversions Quiz on Thursday, September 6.

Monday, September 3 [No School]
Labor Day Holiday

HW #6 (Tuesday, September 4):

– Complete Physical and Chemical Changes Lab Report — due Wednesday, September 5. [Click here for lab report guidelines] – Complete Measurement Practice Worksheet — due Thursday, September 6. – Complete Unit Conversions Worksheet — due Thursday, September 6.

– Study for SI Units/Prefixes and Unit Conversions Quiz on Thursday, September 6.

HW #7 (Wednesday, September 5):

– Complete Unit Conversions Worksheet — due Thursday, September 6.
– Study for SI Units/Prefixes and Unit Conversions Quiz on Thursday, September 6.

HW #9 (Thursday, September 6):

– Read Sections 2.1-2.3 (pp. 21-29).
– Answer questions on p. 29, #1-3.

HW #9 (Friday, September 7):

– Read Sections 2.4-2.6 (pp. 29-41).
– Answer questions on p. 41, #1-4.

HW #10 (Monday, September 10):

– Read Sections 3.1-3.3 (pp. 47-53). – Handwrite Chapter 3 vocab definitions [29 terms].

– Study for Elements Quiz (atomic #1-38/47/50/53/55/56/79/80/82/92) on Friday, September 14. Know the name, symbol, and location on periodic table.

HW #11 (Tuesday, September 11):

– Read Sections 3.4-3.11 (pp. 54-78). – Answer questions on p. 78, #1-5.

– Print from the website the Common Ion Handout and the Naming Ionic Compounds Worksheet.

– Study for Elements Quiz (atomic #1-38/47/50/53/55/56/79/80/82/92) on Friday, September 14. Know the name, symbol, and location on periodic table.

HW #12 (Wednesday, September 12):

– Read Sections 3.4-3.11 (pp. 54-78). – Study for Elements Quiz (atomic #1-38/47/50/53/55/56/79/80/82/92) on Friday, September 14. Know the name, symbol, and location on periodic table.

– Complete Naming Ionic Compounds Worksheet — due Monday, September 17.

HW #13 (Thursday, September 13):

– Re-read Sections 3.4-3.11 (pp. 54-78). – Study for Elements Quiz (atomic #1-38/47/50/53/55/56/79/80/82/92) on Friday, September 14. Know the name, symbol, and location on periodic table.

– Complete Naming Ionic Compounds Worksheet — due Monday, September 17.

HW #14 (Friday, September 14):

– Complete Naming Ionic Compounds Worksheet — due Monday, September 17.
– Study for Cations Memorization Quiz #1 on Wednesday, September 19. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #15 (Monday, September 17):

– Read Sections 4.1-4.3 (pp. 85-99). – Answer questions on p. 100, #1-5.

– Print, read, and bring tomorrow’s Four White Powders Lab Protocol.

– Study for Cations Memorization Quiz #1 on Wednesday, September 19. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #16 (Tuesday, September 18):

– Study for Cations Memorization Quiz #1 on Wednesday, September 19. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]
– Four White Powders Lab Report due Friday, September 21.

HW #17 (Wednesday, September 19):

– Study for Cations Memorization Quiz #2 on Friday, September 21. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]
– Four White Powders Lab Report due Friday, September 21.

HW #18 (Thursday, September 20):

– Study for Cations Memorization Quiz #2 on Friday, September 21. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]
– Four White Powders Lab Report due Friday, September 21. – Study for Chemical Formulas Quiz on Tuesday, September 25.

– Study for Anions Memorization Quiz #1 on Thursday, September 27. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #19 (Friday, September 21):

– Complete Lewis Dot Puzzles Worksheet (if you don’t finish in class).
– Print and bring Lewis Dot Structures WS. – Study for Chemical Formulas Quiz on Tuesday, September 25.

– Study for Anions Memorization Quiz #1 on Thursday, September 27. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #20 (Monday, September 24):

– Study for Chemical Formulas Quiz on Tuesday, September 25.
– Complete Lewis Dot Structures WS — due Wednesday, September 26.
– Study for Anions Memorization Quiz #1 on Thursday, September 27. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #21 (Tuesday, September 25):

– Complete Lewis Dot Structures WS — due Wednesday, September 26.
– Study for Anions Memorization Quiz #1 on Thursday, September 27. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #22 (Wednesday, September 26):

– Study for Anions Memorization Quiz #1 on Thursday, September 27. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #23 (Thursday, September 27):

– Define Chapter 7 vocab [6 terms].
– Study for Anions Memorization Quiz #2 on Monday, October 1. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #24 (Friday, September 28):

– Study for Anions Memorization Quiz #2 on Monday, October 1. [Click here for Common Ion Handout]

HW #25 (Monday, October 1):

– Complete Periodic Table WS — due Tuesday, October 2.
– Print and bring Identifying Chemical Reactions Lab Protocol to class on Wednesday, October 3.
– Print and complete Balancing Chemical Equations WS — due Thursday, October 4.

HW #26 (Tuesday, October 2):

– Print and bring Identifying Chemical Reactions Lab Protocol to class on Wednesday, October 3.
– Print and complete Balancing Chemical Equations WS — due Thursday, October 4.

HW #27 (Wednesday, October 3):

– Print and complete Balancing Chemical Equations WS — due Thursday, October 4.
– Complete Identifying Chemical Reactions Lab Report —: due Tuesday, October 9.

HW #28 (Thursday, October 4):

– Complete Identifying Chemical Reactions Lab Report —: due Tuesday, October 9. [Click here for lab report guidelines] [Click here for lab report grading rubric]

HW #29 (Friday, October 5):

– Print Predicting Products WS and bring to class on Tuesday, October 9.
– Complete Identifying Chemical Reactions Lab Report —: due Tuesday, October 9. [Click here for lab report guidelines] [Click here for lab report grading rubric]

Monday, October 8 [No School]
Columbus Day Holiday

– Thursday, August 30: Chapter 1 Reading Quiz – Thursday, Sept. 6: SI Units/Prefixes and Unit Conversions Quiz. – Friday, Sept. 14: – Study for Elements Quiz (atomic #1-38/47/50/53/55/56/79/80/82/92). – Wednesday, Sept. 19: Cations Memorization Quiz #1. – Friday, Sept. 21: Cations Memorization Quiz #2. – Tuesday, Sept. 25: Chemical Formulas Quiz. – Thursday, Sept. 27: Anions Memorization Quiz #1. – Monday, Oct. 1: Anions Memorization Quiz #2.

[1] Come to class ready to listen and prepared to work hard and learn. [2] Complete all your homeworks on time and as Mr. Fong expects. [3] Participate and complete all in-class assignments. [4] Read and study the textbook.

[5] You can probably think of more.

Get it done!

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