Dec. 8-12, 2013

Monday
Answer the bellwork questions: Read page 718 1. What is acid rain? 2. How can acid levels in lakes and streams be lowered?
1. read chapter 24 section 1 in groups of 2 ( based on ability) and make their own notes. TSW be given 20minutes to complete the task
2.  answer the Self Check questions on page 730 (1-5).
3. Construct foldables study organizer page 725
4. answer the chapter 24  section 1 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to Acids and Bases
5. Perform the Mini LAb on page 729 Modeling structures of octane
6. Make a chart of Common hydrocarbons, their chemical formula, and structural formula
7. answer the exit questions on m.socrative.com
Tuesday
Answer Bellwork questions: 1. Explain the differnce between saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.
1. read chapter 24 section 2 in groups of 2 ( based on ability)
2.answer the Self Check questions on page 734 (1-5)
3. answer the chapter 24  section 2 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to Strength of Acids and Bases
4. Write-Draw-Discuss as they read about aromatic compounds and substituted hydrocarbons
5. Answer odysseyware questions
Wednesday
The student will answer bellwork question: 1. Who was the father of moderen chemistry?
1. Research  a famous scientist in the computer lab.
2. Obtain all information noted on the direction page
3. Upload all information found into a class google document (TECHNOLOGY in the CLASSROOM)
Thursday
Answer the bellwork question: 1. Who was the father of physics?
1. Research  a famous scientist in the computer lab.
2. Obtain all information noted on the direction page
3. Upload all information found into a class google document (TECHNOLOGY in the CLASSROOM)
Friday
Answer the bellwork questions: 1. What are substituted hydrocarbons? 2. How are alcohols formed?
1. read chapter 24 section 3 in groups of 2 ( based on ability)
2.answer the Self Check questions on page 741 (1-5)
3. Using shoulder partners, answer the chapter 24 section 3 Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions pertaining to Petroleum
4. Make a table of the typical fractions made from petroleum.
5. Mini LAb on page 739

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