Degrees and Certifications:
BS - Biology, Roosevelt University, Chicago National Board Certified
1st period: Physical Science
2nd period: Chem II Honors/AP Chemistry
3rd period: Planning
4th period: Honors Chemistry
Office Hours: 11:30 - 1:00; After school 3:00-3:45
Clubs: Girls Who Code; ACS Chem Club
CHEM 2 HONORS/AP CHEM STUDENTS!
I just came across this today and thought you might find this helpful. It is from a college professor who uses our text book and has his students watch videos for each topic and chapter. He has his students watch the videos 5 times and record what they do. You don't have to do that, but I thought the video links might be helpful! Be sure to click the appropriate tab at the bottom. If you are struggling with the empirical/molecular formulas or hydrates, look at Chapter 3. Here is the file: excel spreadsheet with videos
I couldn't get the links to work on my phone, but they opened on my laptop.
If you try this, let me know what you think!
ATTENTION CHEM 2 HONORS/AP CHEM STUDENTS!!!
Sign up for the College Board AP Classroom using the info below. We will be using this site for personal progress checks and other assignments. Please let me know asap if you will have difficulty accessing this resource at home.
To enroll in this section online, sign into https://myap.collegeboard.org and enter the section join code
JOIN CODE: ZXWAMR
Sign up for Remind to receive announcements and reminders for class. You can also send me messages any time. Text the code for your class listed below to 81010
Chem 2 Honors/AP Chem: @3h634b
Honors Chem: @2384bk
Physical Science: @gda648
Supplies needed for Physical Science, Honors Chemistry and Chem II Honors/AP Chemistry:
- notebook paper
- pencil/pen: no bright colors for homework, I'm old! ;-)
- 3-ring binder (dividers optional)
- -scientific calculator (phones are NOT acceptable for tests/quizzes and you must have your own!)
- graphing calculators are ok, but NOT required
- a good scientific calculator is about $10-$15. I use a TI-30X
- colored pens or pencils (highlighters would be helpful too)
Please consider a donation of any of the following:
facial tissues, hand soap, paper towels, glue sticks, markers, colored pencils, C or D batteries
If you have missed a day or are having trouble understanding anything in class you can try the videos listed below. Go to youtube, and search for the topic and one of these names: Bozeman Science, Crash Course Chemistry, Tyler DeWitt or Khan Academy. For example, searching "Crash Course Chemistry electron configurations" will result in a really interesting look at electron configurations and music presented by Hank Green!