There is a POGIL about titration and one about buffers this weekend. The lab is the titration lab.

Due to the short day and the high number of absences I expect tomorrow we will not have a Tuesday quiz.

The two POGIL assignments for this week are acid strength and polyprotic acids.

Honors students can now sign up for the chemistry olympiad at Bravo. It will take place on March 21 during school. Students in honros chemistry can earn extra credit based on their scores.

The cost is $7 per student.

Please see Mr. Morgan to sign up in room 503.

Here is a copy of last year's test. Here is a good practice question.

The procedure for the Keq dry lab is here. The handout explaining the least squares analysis is here. I think I might have inverted the formula during lecture today. I can't recall.

When you are done your value for absorptivity should be 8132 and your Keq should be 130.

The next few review quizzes will all deal with kinetics.

Here is the procedure for Friday's lab in class. It goes into your lab book. We will skip the part on temperature dependance.

Here is the crystal violet procedure. This is a reaction rate POGIL and one on initial rates.

The review quiz for tomorrow is all about chapter 10, liquids and solids.

If you wish to register for the biology olympiad here is the web page:

SCroll all the way to the bottom.

Here is the date for the lab as a pdf and as a word document. Here is the procedue page. Remember i tgoes into your lab book like any other lab.

Here is the winter break Extra Credit. The five POGILS for break are Mass Spec, Net Ionics, Solids, Alloys, and Polar Molecules.

All make up work, regardless of what it is, must be turned in by Friday to be considered.

Here is a set of multiple choice with answers to practice for the final. They are not AP style but they cover the same material. This document is a set of open ended questions to practice. They are former AP questions and will look like what you see ont he exam.

The first seven people on the waiting list are getting to adopt elements. Contact me Moneek, Sonia, Elizabeth. Sharon, Anahy, Allan, Ricardo to learn your element.

There is another set of practice questions that I will make available but will not collect and grade.

Here is the lab procedure for the in class lab for Friday. It must be in your lab notebook!

Here is a copy oflast year's test. This year you will have 10 multiple choice questions.

There will be three POGIL assignments for the break. They are one, two and three. Get your groups together!

Here is a copy oflast year's test. This year you will have 10 multiple choice questions.

The quiz tomorrow will focus on periodic properties.

I think I forgot to mention in the class that the extra credt for the 15 week progress report is a hot pad like the ones we use in the lab stations. This is for both periods.

On Tuesday in room 503 there will be sign ups for a big extra credit opportunity. It is called "Adopt an Element". Students who have a D or Fail on the 15 week progress reportcan sign up on Tuesday. On Wednesday we will open up the assignemnt to students with higher grades. The project is due on Monday November 26.

Here is the assignment and here is the rubric. You will need to print a copy of the rubric and attach it to the project when you turn it in.

This is a set of questions that a good friend of mine wrote for her AP kids dealing with chapters 7-9. We may be dine with 7 ut it is very good practice for the 8-9 test that is this coming week.

These will not be collected! This is an optional assignment.

Here is your copy of last year's test, the first practice problem and the second one.

Here is the POGIL for this weekend and the lab for in class on Thursday. The homework for PES is here. There is a POGIL here about PES that I will be assigning next week.

Here is a copy of last year's test and a good practice question.

Sorry problem with question 4. Use 100 g ofr the mass of water.

There is a POGIL for this weekend. Also there is a lab on Monday in class but you do not need to put it in your lab book.

Here is the homework for calorimetry and the one for bond energy.

Here is the hadnout wih all of the thermodynamic quantities listed. You do not need to print this but it is helful to have a copy handy.

This is the reading to do with your study group.

This is the handout for calorimetry and the one for bond energy.

Here is the reading assignment for Monday evening and the after school lab for this week.

The lab for this weekend is the Magnesium Oxide Lab.

The lab for the coming week is molar volume of a gas.

Yes you have a quiz tomorrow! The topic for this week is the same as last week. Mostly dealing with the first lecture outline.

Here is a copy of the test I gave last year for this chapter. I have also provided what I thik is one of the best questions AP has ever asked about stoichiometry for you to practice.

There are two POGIL's for this weekend. One on formulas and one on combustion. The after school lab for next week is on Hydrates.

Your lab for this week is an in class lab on Thursday. It will go in your lab book. Here is the procedure for it if you want to prepare your lab book over the weekend and avoid the last minute rush.

You have your first lab report due on Tuesday. Here is a sample of a perfect paper. For now we will be omitting the Theory section and begin writing them in the spring.

Here is a copy of last year's test. Here is some honors practice on balancing redox equations in acid and base. Also some precipitation reactions to practice.

You are supposed to read the web page every day. Here is a little reward for those people who do. Send an email to your honors chemistry teacher (mmorgan@lausd.netfor Mr. Morgan and cxm2779@lausd.netfor the Ms. Morgan). In the subject line put your name like this:

Lastname_Firstname_period#

You can repeat that as the body of the email also.

If we receive this by the time school starts on Friday 8/24/18 you will get 5 points of extra credit. Now for the bigger reward. The first ten emails received by each teacher will get ten points!

Everyone should attend the weekend program at UCLA if you are able. It meets once a month and has some very good instructors. You can register at this web page:

https://centerx.gseis.ucla.edu/ap-readiness/registration/

Every Friday after school we offer a special course called ChemX. This is a chance for us to have a class that covers material that is not normally covered in high school chemistry classes. It is a chance to take a deeper look at topics and to do experiments not normally included in our normal classes. If you are taking AP Biology this will be of special interest to you since we look at chemistry topics that are background information for AP Biology. If you are interested in participating in Chemistry Olympiad this course is designed to help you with it.

Many tutoring companies provide a course just like this and charge between $900-$4000.

We offer it for free. There is no need to sign up, just come to room 503 on Fridays at 3:15.

We usually finish around 5:15.

Want to start the year of right? Want to earn five points of extra credit on the first day of class? Set up your binder today! You should print a copy of the syllabus that you can find on the "Information Menu" above. Try to print two sided to save paper. Assemble the dividers listed below and bring it all to class tomorrow. Here are the sections that you will need:

- Syllabus
- Handouts
- Lecture Notes
- Tests
- Labs
- Homework

We are getting close to the start of school! It is time for you to join my Khan Academy class. Go to the following url:

http:// khanacademy.org/join

and use this code to join the class:

**J9ATHF6S**

**There will be assignments posted in a few days.**

This is where you will look every evening for downloads and announcements. Your syllabus and other related materials will be placed here. Make sure you check it every night.

Begin by downloading this course description from ETS. There is no need to print it out but you will want to read it.

You will be tested the second day of school on the summer homework.

Here are three items for the summer HW.

Here are the POGIL assignments that you need to printout and complete:

In case you lost it here is Nomenclature Simplified.

These are due on the first day of classes. You will have a test the second day.