Glogster - http://pearsongreatpath.edu.glogster.com/
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external image x-zip.png Glogster Instructions and Rubric.docx

Questions for the Chemistry Midterm will be taken from the three previous tests. The practice tests and answer keys to each of the three previous tests are below. The actual tests will be returned to the students. Please note that the vast majority of the questions on the midterm will be exactly or similiar to the tests and practice tests, but there may be other questions that relate to the same information, but in a different format (type of question). Please note, any errors on the practice test have NOT been updated in the documents below. You will need to visit units 0, 1, and 2 to view any noted corrections.


external image msword.png TEST - Measurements-PRACTICE.docexternal image pdf.png Measurements - Practice Test - Answer Key.pdf
(The numbers listed below come from the TEST not the practice test above)
#27 - How many sig figs?
#30-34 - Measurements with sigfigs and UNITS
#35 - Converting between scientific notation and standard form
#38 - <, >, = (metric unit conversions)
#39 - Rounding with sig figs (mult & division) + (addition & subtraction)
#40-44 - Accuracy & Precision with sig figs
-- 4 Multiple Choice and 1 short answer (hint: this question will have something to do with the title of the test)
-- Make sure you know the equation for density


external image msword.png Test- Atomic Structure-PRACTICE TEST.doc external image msword.png Test- Atomic Structure-PRACTICE TEST- ANSWER KEY.doc
(The numbers listed below come from the TEST not the practice test above)
#1 - P, N, e
#4 - Lewis Structures
#6 - Reading the Periodic table
#12-14 - Periodic trends
#15-25 - Terms
#26-30 - Boxes (short numerical type answers) -
- 9 Multiple choice and two short answers (hint: this question will have something to do with the title of the test)
-- Make sure you know how mass number is determined, isotopes, history, electrons in their shells



external image msword.png Test - Chemical Bonding- Practice Test.docexternal image msword.png Test - Chemical Bonding- Practice Test-ANSWER KEY.doc
(The numbers listed below come from the TEST not the practice test above)
#1-6 Monatomic + Polyatomic Ions
#7-14 Names + Formulas
#27-39 Terms
#21-26 Boxes (short numerical type answers)
#70 Lewis Structures
-- Ten multiple Choice questions and two short answers (hint: this question will have something to do with the title of the test)




Please click on the links to the LEFT to find past course documents and PowerPoint presentations.
We are currently working on Chemistry - Unit 2
external image x-zip.png Chemistry syllabus.docx
external image x-zip.png syllabus - Engineering.docx
Sequence of sections from the text book and related homework for UNIT -2external image msword.png 2-Unit+Outline.doc



*Remember - Students are responsible for ALL classwork, homework, labs, notes, quizes, and tests. Regardless if a student is absent, late, at the nurse, on a fieldtrip, or for any other reason... students are still responsible for all work during the time/days that they missed class. Homework is due at the BEGINNING of class and will be graded on effort and completeness. I will accept any late assignments for 1/2 credit if it is turned in within two weeks of being late - after two weeks, I will not accept it. I am usually available before school, during lunch, and after school (except Mondays and occasional Tuesdays) if a student needs to take a quiz, take a text, do a lab, or ask questions.** If another time is needed, it is the student's responsibility to arrange a time.

YOUR education is YOUR responsibility, I am here to assist you, but you have to put forth the effort :-)

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