Go to the molecular shape simulation and answer the worksheet questions. You can work in groups of 3 but must have your own worksheet.
In quarter four, we will end our chemistry relationship by building a "exploratorium" exhibit where you are tasked to teach a fellow student, a parent, or a teacher something about chemistry or science in a hands on way.
Today I want you to research hands on activities that engage our curiosity and inquiry into learning more about science and the unknowns.
Submit your document through the homework submission form fill found on my home page.
What you will hand in: A link describing the proposed exhibit, how does this pertain to chemistry or the inquiry of science, what supplies or tools do you need in order to build it, how can you personalize it as a KCS exhibit?
Reflection of your exploratorium exhibit search.
Look up and write down the key term definitions in the acid & base houndout that you were given in class.
During class you will work on making your "reference sheet" for the information festival on Friday. Make sure you place all definitions and how to do pertinent problems on your reference sheet. I will give you a periodic table and a electronegativity table. You need to be able to add the orbitals to these tables on your own in order to figure out the electron configuration and to draw an orbital diagram.
Your ea will check to see how much of your cheat sheet you have done. If you didn't do anything you will get no participation points. If you have 1/4 of a page you will get 1.5 points, if you have greater than half a page you will get full credit.
I encourage you to use your time wisely.