33rd Week (May 1st-May 5th)

Regular {TEKS Covered: C.2E-I, C.5A-C.5C, C.6A-6E,C.7A-E}

Monday:Topic: Lewis Dot Structures and Bonding/ Objective+Activities: Students will understand bonding by drawing the interactions between electrons with the use of Lewis Dot Structures /Assignment: Drawing Lewis Structures
Tuesday:Topic:Ionic and Covalent Bonding,Using Electronegativity Differences for Bonding Types,Lewis Dot Structures and Bonding/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to apply all concepts learned will reviewing for their test. /Assignment: Chapter 6 Review
Wednesday:Topic:Ionic and Covalent Bonding,Using Electronegativity Differences for Bonding Types,Lewis Dot Structures and Bonding/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to apply all concepts learned will reviewing for their test. /Assignment: Chapter 6 Review

Thursday:Topic:Ionic and Covalent Bonding,Using Electronegativity Differences for Bonding Types,Lewis Dot Structures and Bonding/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to apply all concepts learned during their test. /Assignment: Chapter 6 Test
Friday: Topic: Calculating Energy and Wavelengths/ Objective+Activities: Students will construct their pre-lab requirements for a lab that will be conducted next week /Assignment: Lab Notebooks

Pre AP Chemistry  {TEKS Covered C.2E-I, C.5A-C.5C, C.6A-6E,C.7A-E}

Monday: Topic: Wavelength, Frequency, energy of a photon/ Objective+Activities: Students will learn the appropriate equations and be able to identify variables to calculate Wavelength, frequency, and Energy/Assignment: Wavelength Frequency and Energy
Tuesday: Topic:  Bohr’s Model/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to set up lab notebooks making sure they have read are prepared for lab /Assignment: Pg 341: Problems 49-50, 53-55
Wednesday:Topic: Quantum Numbers/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to identify and calculate the number of electrons based on its quantum numbers /Assignment:
Thursday:Topic:   Quantum Numbers/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to identify and calculate the number of electrons based on its quantum numbers /Assignment: LPg 342: Problems 60-62, 68, 70, 72
Friday: Topic: Calculating Energy and Wavelengths/ Objective+Activities: Students will construct their pre-lab requirements for a lab that will be conducted next week /Assignment: Lab Notebooks

31st Week (April 17-21)

Regular {TEKS Covered: C.5A-C.5C, C.6A-6E,C.7A-E}

Monday:Topic: Holiday/ Objective+Activities:  /Assignment:
Tuesday:Topic: Ionic and Covalent Bonding/ Objective+Activities: Students will begin to identify concepts with ionic and covalent bonding from lewis dot structures/Assignment: Chapter 6 Notes
Wednesday:Topic: Using Electronegativity Differences for Bonding Types/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the electronegativity values of elements to determine the type of bonding being exhibited between elements/Assignment: Section Reviews

Thursday:Topic:  Lewis Dot Structures and Bonding/ Objective+Activities: Students will understand bonding by drawing the interactions between electrons with the use of Lewis Dot Structures /Assignment:
Friday: Topic:Lewis Dot Structures and Bonding/ Objective+Activities: Students will understand bonding by drawing the interactions between electrons with the use of Lewis Dot Structures /Assignment: Section Reviews

Pre AP Chemistry  {TEKS Covered  C.8A-8E, C.9A-C}

Monday: Topic:Holiday/ Objective+Activities:  /Assignment:
Tuesday: Topic:Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Law,Density, Gas Stoichiometry, Dalton’s Law of artial pressures, Kinetic Molecular Theory/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Gas Laws Review (From Brown Chemistry Book)
Wednesday:Topic:Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Law,Density, Gas Stoichiometry, Dalton’s Law of artial pressures, Kinetic Molecular Theory/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Gas Laws Review
Thursday:Topic:Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Law,Density, Gas Stoichiometry, Dalton’s Law of artial pressures, Kinetic Molecular Theory/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Gas Laws Test
Friday: Topic:Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Law,Density, Gas Stoichiometry, Dalton’s Law of artial pressures, Kinetic Molecular Theory/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Gas Laws Extra Problems

29th Week (April 3-7)

Regular {TEKS Covered:C.1A-C, C.2A-I, C.5A-C.5C, C.6A-6E,C.9A-C}

Monday:Topic:Demonstration of Gases/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to observe the relationships of pressure, volume, temperature when dealing with gases, YouTube Demonstration over gases /Assignment: Lab Notebook
Tuesday:Topic: Valence Electrons, Bonding, Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table and periodic trends of the periodic table, Group Practice Problems/Assignment: Brown’s Chemistry Review Review
Wednesday:Topic:(If in class due to 8th grade/ OAP)Valence Electrons, Bonding, Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table and periodic trends of the periodic table, Group Practice Problems/Assignment: Brown’s Chemistry Review Review energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table and periodic trends of the periodic table, Group Practice Problems/Assignment: Go over Brown’s Chemistry Review Review
Friday: Topic:History of the Periodic Table Development,Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table and periodic trends of the periodic table, Independent Assessment/Assignment: Chapter 5 Test #2

Pre AP Chemistry  {TEKS Covered C.1A-C, C.2A-I, C.8A-8E, C.9A-C}

Monday: Topic: Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Law/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Gas Laws Quiz
Tuesday: Topic:  Density of a Gas, Gas Stoichiometry/ Objective+Activities: Students will derive the gas equations with molar mass and density to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, guided practice problems,  /Assignment:
Wednesday:Topic:Density of a Gas, Gas Stoichiometry/ Objective+Activities: Students will derive the gas equations with molar mass and density to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, guided practice problems,  /Assignment:
Thursday:Topic:  Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures, Kinetic Molecular Theory/ Objective+Activities: Students will derive and apply the equation for partial pressures to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Bookwork Set 4
Friday: Topic:Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Law,Density, Gas Stoichiometry, Dalton’s Law of artial pressures, Kinetic Molecular Theory/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Gases Review

28th Week (March 27-31)

Regular {TEKS Covered:C.1A-C, C.2A-I, C.5A-C.5C, C.6A-6E,C.9A-C}

Monday:Topic:Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to identify the Periodic Trends of the Period Table, Independent Practice Problems /Assignment: Chapter 5.3 Section Review
Tuesday:Topic: History of the Periodic Table Development,Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table and periodic trends of the periodic table, Group Practice Problems/Assignment: Chapter 5 Review
Wednesday:Topic:History of the Periodic Table Development,Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table and periodic trends of the periodic table, Independent Practice Problems/Assignment: Chapter 5 Review
Thursday:Topic:History of the Periodic Table Development,Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table and periodic trends of the periodic table, Independent Assessment/Assignment: Chapter 5 Test
Friday: Topic: Demonstration of Gases/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to observe the relationships of pressure, volume, temperature when dealing with gases, YouTube Demonstration over gases /Assignment: Lab Notebook

Pre AP Chemistry  {TEKS Covered C.1A-C, C.2A-I, C.8A-8E, C.9A-C}

Monday: Topic:Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law/ Objective+Activities: Students will identify the relationship between pressure-temperature, pressure-volume, Moles-Pressure. Independent Practice /Assignment: Chapter 5 Bookwork Set 2
Tuesday: Topic:  Ideal Gas Law/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, guided practice problems,  /Assignment:
Wednesday:Topic:  Ideal Gas Law/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Chapter 5 Bookwork set 3
Thursday:Topic:  Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law, Ideal Gas Law/ Objective+Activities: Students will apply the ideal gas law to be able to solve for unknown variables as conditions change, Independent Notes, Independent practice problems,  /Assignment: Gas Laws Problems
Friday: Topic:Demonstration of Gases/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to observe the relationships of pressure, volume, temperature when dealing with gases, YouTube Demonstration over gases /Assignment: Lab Notebook

27th Week (March 20-24)

Regular {TEKS Covered: C.5A-C.5C, C.6A-6E}

Monday:Topic:  History of the Periodic Table Development, Periodic Trends/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to read the text to  identify main concepts and add to their notes handout, Independent Notes/ Assignment: Chapter 5 Notes Handout
Tuesday:Topic: History of the Periodic Table Development/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to identify the contributions of Mendeleev and Moseley to development of Period Table, Independent Practice Problems/Assignment: Chapter 5.1 Section Review
Wednesday:Topic: Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization engery/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to identify the Periodic Trends of the Period Table, Independent Practice Problems /Assignment:
Thursday:Topic: UIL DAY
Friday: Topic: Periodic Trends-atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization engery/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to identify the Periodic Trends of the Period Table, Independent Practice Problems /Assignment: Chapter 5.2 Section Review

Pre AP Chemistry  {TEKS Covered C.8A-8E, C.9A-C, C.10A-J}

Monday: Topic: Precipitation, Acid-Base, Oxidation-Reduction Reactions/ Objective+Activities: Students will go finish their test and work on extra problems /Assignment: Extra Problems
Tuesday: Topic:  Gas Laws/ Objective+Activities: Students will go through the textbook identifying main concepts of all the gas laws, Independent Notes /Assignment: Ch5.1-5.7 Notes
Wednesday:Topic:  Pressure Conversion/ Objective+Activities: Students will be able to convert between all the different units of Pressure. Guided Practice, Independent Practice /Assignment:Ch 5 Bookwork Set 1
Thursday:Topic:  UIL DAY
Friday: Topic:  Boyles’ Law, Charles’ Law, Avogadro’s Law/ Objective+Activities: Students will identify the relationship between pressure-temperature, pressure-volume, Moles-Pressure. Independent Practice /Assignment: Chapter 5 Bookwork Set 2

26th Week (March 6-10)

Regular
Monday:Development of the new atom, Quantum model, electron configurations/Group Discussion Review/ Assignment: Grade- Review Paper, Identify Element/ TEKS:C.6B-C
Tuesday:Development of the new atom, Quantum model, electron configurations/Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Ch 4 Test/ TEKS:C.6B-C
Wednesday:Development of the new atom, Quantum model, electron configurations/Independent Extra Pactice/ Assignment: Extra Problems/ TEKS:C.6B-C
Thursday:Visible emission spectrums of elements/ Lab Demonstrations/ Assignment: Visible Spectrum Video / TEKS: C.6B-C
Friday: Ionic Bonding  /Lab Demonstration/ Assignment: Golden Rain Demonstration/ TEKS: C.2E-I

Pre AP Chemistry
Monday:Acid-Base, Precipitation, Oxidation-Reduction Reactions /Group + Independent Problems/ Assignment: Brown Chemistry Review Problems/ TEKS: C.10A-J
Tuesday:Acid-Base, Precipitation, Oxidation-Reduction Reactions /Group Discussion +Review/ Assignment: Brown Chemistry Review Problems/ TEKS: C.10A-J
Wednesday:Acid-Base, Precipitation, Oxidation-Reduction Reactions /Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Ch 4.4-4.10 Test/ TEKS: C.10A-J
Thursday:Visible emission spectrums of elements/ Lab Demonstrations/ Assignment: Visible Spectrum Video / TEKS:C.2E-I
Friday: Ionic Bonding  /Lab Demonstration/ Assignment: Golden Rain Demonstration/ TEKS: C.2E-I

25th Week (February 27-March 3)

Regular
Monday:Quantum Model of an Atom/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, Independent Practice/ Assignment: Quantum Numbers and Electrons/ TEKS: C.6B-C
Tuesday:Quantum Model of an Atom/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, Independent Practice/ Assignment: Ch4 Section 2 Review/ TEKS: C.6B-C
Wednesday: Electron Configurations/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, / Assignment: Identify the Element / TEKS: C.6B-C
Thursday:Electron Configurations/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, / Assignment: Ch4 Section 3 Review / TEKS: C.6B-C
Friday:Development of the new atom, Quantum model, electron configurations/Independent Review/ Assignment: Analysis of the Chapter (Writing assignment)/ TEKS:C.6B-C

Pre AP Chemistry
Monday:Precipitation Reactions Stoichiometry/ Group Discussion over homework, Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Precipitation Reaction Quiz/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Tuesday:Acid Base Reactions/ Guided Discussion, Group Problems, Independent Problems/ Assignment: Zumdahl Bookwork/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Wednesday:Acid Base+ Identifying Oxidation States/ Group Discussion over notes, Independent Practice/ Assignment: / TEKS:C.10A-J
Thursday: Oxidation Reduction Reactions /Guided Discussion, Group Problems, Independent Problems/ Assignment: Lab Notebooks/ TEKS: C.10A-J
Friday:Oxidation-Reduction Reactions /Group + Independent Problems/ Assignment: Brown Chemistry Review Problems/ TEKS: C.10A-J

24th Week (February 20-24)

Regular
Monday:School Holiday
Tuesday: Orbital Notations/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, / Assignment: Ch4 Section 2 Review(Periods 6-7)/ TEKS: C.6B-C
Wednesday: Orbital Notations/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, / Assignment: Ch4 Section 2 Review(Periods 2-3) / TEKS: C.6B-C
Thursday: Acid-Base Titration Reactions / Lab Demonstrations Online/ Assignment: Lab Notebooks/ TEKS: C.2E-I, C.10A-J
Friday:Oxidation-Reduction Reactions /Lab Demonstrations Online/ Assignment: Lab Notebooks/ TEKS: C.2E-I, C.10A-J

Pre AP Chemistry
Monday:School Holiday
Tuesday:Precipitation Reactions Stoichiometry/ Guided Discussion, Group Problems, Independent Problems/ Assignment: Zumdahl Bookwork/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Wednesday:Precipitation Reactions Stoichiometry/ Group Discussion over homework, Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Precipitation Reaction Quiz/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Thursday: Acid-Base Titration Reactions / Lab Demonstrations Online/ Assignment: Lab Notebooks/ TEKS: C.2E-I, C.10A-J
Friday:Oxidation-Reduction Reactions /Lab Demonstrations Online/ Assignment: Lab Notebooks/ TEKS: C.2E-I, C.10A-J

23rd Week (February 13-17)

Regular
Monday:Electrolytes vs Nonelectrolytes/ Group discussion over partner’s lab report for correctness+Mistakes/ Assignment: Lab Report Critiques / TEKS: C.1A-C, C.2E-I,  C.10A-D
Tuesday:Frequency, wavelength and energy/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems / Assignment: Chapter 4 Practice Problems/ TEKS: C.6B-C
Wednesday:Frequency, wavelength and energy/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems/ Assignment: Frequency, wavelength, energy problems/ TEKS: C.6B-C
Thursday:Frequency, wavelength and energy/ Independent Practice problems/ Assignment: Chapter 4 Section 1 Review(Quiz)/ TEKS: C.6B-C
Friday: Orbital Notations/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, / Assignment: / TEKS: C.6B-C

Pre AP Chemistry
Monday:Electrolytes vs Nonelectrolytes/ Group discussion over partner’s lab report for correctness+Mistakes/ Assignment: Lab Report Critiques / TEKS: C.1A-C, C.2E-I,  C.10A-D
Tuesday:Solubility Rules, Precipitation Reactions / Guided Discussion, Group Problems, Independent Problems/ Assignment: Zumdahl Bookwork/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Wednesday:Solubility Rules, Precipitation Reactions / Group Discussion over homework, Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Precipitation Reaction Quiz/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Thursday: Acid-Base Reactions / Guided Discussion, Group Problems, Independent Problems/ Assignment: Zumdahl Bookwork/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Friday:Oxidation-Reduction Reactions / Guided Discussion, Group Problems, Independent Problems/ Assignment: Zumdahl Bookwork/ TEKS:C.10A-J

22nd Week (February 6-10)

Regular
Monday:Electrolytes vs Nonelectrolytes/ Group Lab/ Assignment: Lab Handout/ TEKS: C.1A-C, C.2E-I,  C.10A-D
Tuesday: Chemistry Benchmark / Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Chemistry Benchmark / TEKS:
Wednesday: Arrangement of the Electrons in the Atom/ Independent Notes/ Assignment: Chapter 4 Notes Handout/ TEKS: C.6A-C
Thursday: Frequency, wavelength and energy/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, / Assignment:/ TEKS: C.6B-C
Friday: Frequency, wavelength and energy/ Guided Discussion, Group Practice problems, / Assignment: Chapter 4 Section 1 Review/ TEKS: C.6B-C

Pre AP Chemistry
Monday:Electrolytes vs Nonelectrolytes/ Group Lab/ Assignment: Lab Table +Conclusion Questions/ TEKS: C.1A-C, C.2E-I,  C.10A-D
Tuesday: Chemistry Benchmark / Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Chemistry Benchmark / TEKS:
Wednesday:Types of Chemical Reactions, Solubility Rules / Independent Notes, Guided Discussion, Group Problems/ Assignment: Chapter 4.4-4.10 Notes Handout / TEKS:C.10A-J
Thursday:Solubility Rules, Precipitation Reactions / Guided Discussion, Group Problems, Independent Problems/ Assignment: Zumdahl Bookwork/ TEKS:C.10A-J
Friday:Solubility Rules, Precipitation Reactions / Group Discussion over homework, Independent Assessment/ Assignment: Precipitation Reaction Quiz/ TEKS:C.10A-J