science3 Mrs. Dogancay
Newbury Park High School  
 
Physical Science - CP
Chapter 6 - Solutions, Acids, and Bases

Friday, 05/28/04 (Rally Schedule)
SCIENCE STARTER:
none
AGENDA:
Collect packets
Go over Ch 5 Review assignment
Chapter 5 TEST
HOMEWORK:
Read 6.1 (pp. 186-191)
p. 191 #1-3, 5-7 (rephrase Q in A)

Monday, 05/31/04
Memorial Day – No School

Tuesday, 06/01/04
SCIENCE STARTER:
What is the difference between an acid and a base?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (p. 191 #1-3, 5-7 - 6 pts)
Video with questions: NOVA – Acid Rain (60 min)
Notes: 6.1 Solutions and Other Mixtures
Begin HW
HOMEWORK:
Read 6.2 (pp. 192-198)
p. 198 #2-5 (4 pts) - rephrase Q in A

Wednesday, 06/02/04
SCIENCE STARTER:
What is the difference between the solute and the solvent of a solution?
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (p. 198 #2-5 - 4 pts)
Pass back and go over test from Friday
Demo: Paper Chromatography
Notes: 6.2 Dissolving and Solubility
Activity: Reading Solubility Curves
HOMEWORK:
Pre-lab for IPS lab 4.4: The Effect of Temperature on Solubility

Thursday, 06/03/04
SCIENCE STARTER:
What would you expect to observe if you created a saturated solution of KNO3 at 100 degrees Celsius, and then cooled it to a temperature of 50 degrees Celsius?
AGENDA:
Lab: The Effect of Temperature on Solubility (NaCl and KNO3)
HOMEWORK:
Finish Lab (answer questions in book)

Friday, 06/04/04
SCIENCE STARTER:
How does the solubility of most solids in water change when the solution is heated?
AGENDA:
6.2 Notes: Molarity and Molality
Practice worksheet: Molarity, Molarity by Dilution and Molality
Notes: 6.3 - Acids, Bases and Salts
HOMEWORK:
Read 6.3 and 6.4 (pp. 199-211)
p. 206 # 1-3, 6-7 (Write Q & A)
HINT for HW question #6: when an acid reacts with a base, a salt (an ionic solid) and water are formed. 



Monday, 06/07/04
SCIENCE STARTER:
A.  What is the difference between a concentrated acid and a strong acid?
B.  Complete and balance the following equation:
Mg(OH)2 + H2SO4 yields __________ + ___________
AGENDA:
Finish 6.3 notes (if didn’t finish on Friday)
Demo: The Buffering Action of Tap Water
Lab: Use of Common Indicators
Ch 6 review Jeopardy (if time allows)
HOMEWORK:
Ch 6 review assignment (p. 213 #1-9, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 27)
Complete sentences for all.  Draw graph for #16 and answer questions.  Draw entire concept map for #27.  (8 points)
Organize Ch 6 packet
Bring lab notebook (subterm II lab test tomorrow)


Tuesday: 05/08/04
SCIENCE STARTER:
none:
AGENDA:
Check and go over HW (p. 213 #1-9, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 27)
Collect Ch 6 packets
Subterm II Lab Test
• The Safe and Proper Use of a Bunsen Burner
• Element Flame Tests
• Synthesis of Zinc Chloride (I.P.S. 4.6)
• Observing a Chemical Reaction (Al + CuCl2)
• Single and Double Replacement Reactions
• The Effect of Temperature on Solubility (I.P.S. 4.4)
• Use of Common Indicators
Review for final exam (work on study guide)
HOMEWORK:
Review Ch 2-6
Work on review guide

Wednesday: 05/09/04
SCIENCE STARTER:
none:
AGENDA:
Review for final exam (work on study guide)
HOMEWORK:
Review Ch 2-6
Finish review guide

Thursday: 05/10/04
FINAL EXAMS (per 3 and 4)

Friday: 05/11/04
FINAL EXAMS (per 2) - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

Ch 6 Quote:
“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but the life-long attempt to acquire it.” --- Albert Einstein

Select the Java link below to play chapter vocabulary review games!
My Quia activities and quizzes
PS_03_Atoms and the Periodic Table
https://www.quia.com/jg/236916.html
Ch 3 Review
PS_04_Structure of Matter
https://www.quia.com/jg/236898.html
Ch 4 Review
PS_05_Chemical Reactions
https://www.quia.com/jg/236891.html
Ch 5 Review
PS_06_Solutions, Acids, and Bases
https://www.quia.com/jg/208241.html
Ch 6 Review
Useful links
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