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Exam Review Chem Key
Attached is the resource for the food safety quiz. This handout can used as your reference.
Safe Food Guidelines
We’ve been studying the baptism of Jesus story in class. We will complete the story analysis together, but then students must come up with their own ANALOGY for the story. What’s a story they’ve heard, or an experience in their own lives, that’s similar to this story? How is it similar and where does the analogy fall short?
Students will have some time in class to finish that, but will need to do some brainstorming on their own time. The activity is due Friday.
Chapter 8 key
Chapter 7 key
Chapter 5 key
Chapter 2 key
Group Presentations on Death Rituals will take place on Friday, January 27th.
Presentations on Death Rituals to be presented in class on Friday, January 20th.
Chapter 4 Review Key
Gr.12 Chemistry Exam Review Guide
Use old tests : these are the best and most efficient way to study. Do the corrections, and then go to your notes to fill in your gaps in knowledge. Ask for help if you still don’t understand. You may also wish to make yourself study notes from the guide below. I have included the learning outcomes that may be examined for each unit, along with question types for the first couple of units.
Website: Worksheets and detailed notes for most topics are on the website. Also, don’t forget to check out the videos when you’re getting a hand cramp writing down total ionic equations and the like.
A Periodic Table, relative acid/base strength chart, oxidation number rules, solubility rules, and standard reduction potential chart will be provided. ****BRING A CALCULATOR*****
Unit 1 – Aqueous Solutions
Explain observed examples of solubility and precipitation at the molecular […]
Gr.11 Chemistry Exam Review
The best way to study for your Chem exam is to review your tests. You should also go through your notes and make study notes. I have included the main learning goals of each unit below. You may also wish to reprint and practice worksheets from the website.
Unit 1: Review of Gr.10 and VSEPR Theory
You will not be asked specific questions from the gr.10 review, but should obviously be proficient at all of these skills
What it is
Predicting and drawing 3-D shapes
Predicting polarity based on shape and electronegativity differences
What is electronegativity?
Like dissolves like
Units 2&3: Moles and Stoichiometry
Determine average atomic mass using isotopes and their relative abundance. Include: atomic mass unit (amu)
Write formulas and names for polyatomic compounds using International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) nomenclature.
Calculate the mass of compounds in atomic mass units.
Students are preparing a presentation of a Psalm. They must read, memorize, explain and create something in preparation for this presentation. Some class time will be given for preparation. The Psalm Project 2016 Presentations will start on January 23.
Students are reminded that there is a home reading component for each term. This term’s home reading log and summaries are due the week of February 21-24.home reading
Students are reminded that there is a home reading component for each term. This term’s home reading log and summaries are due the week of January 23-27.home reading
Students are reminded that there is a home reading component for each term. This term’s home reading log and summaries are due the week of January 23-27. home reading
We have finished the fractions unit. Now it’s time for review and the test.
Students have received a test review last week. If they were absent more on my desk in Student Service/library. Please have your student check their answers regularly. (Answer key given to students or they can check online. (see below). Students who struggle should complete the review more than once.
TEST REVIEW DUE: 7B Tuesday, 7A Wednesday
I have also attached the review and answer key below:
2016-fractions-test-review pdf for Apple users
2016-fractions-test-review word document
Worksheets from the unit!