Chemistry
Chemistry
Chemistry Module IV - Formula Writing / Balancing Equations / Rate of Reaction / Types of Reactions   
    
Module IV Formative POST Assessment - Log in to Quizstar             
This assessment will check how well you are learning.  It will not be graded and can be taken more than one time.
Complete all activites and labs before attempting this assessment.  You may need to review the activities and labs before attempting a retake. 
Module IV Summative Assessment - Log in to Quizstar
This assessment will check how well you have learned.  It will be graded. 
Check with your teacher before taking this assessment, you will have only one attempt.
   Chembalancer 
     
        
Chembalancer Classic

           Review Chembalancer

           Brain Boggle Chembalancer
   

 

      
Chembalancer Answer Sheet - Do the "classic" chembalancer problems. If you need more help, do the "review" chembalancer problems.  If you are a genious, try the "brain Boggle" chembalancer.
  P.h.E.T.   Reactants, Products, and Leftovers  
  Dr. Yue Ling Wong - balancing equations tutorial. 

           Tutorial on Balancing Equations -
try this first                                

           
Exercises: Balancing Equations - combustion reactions

           
Advanced Exercises - more challenging reactions
Click the Picture for a Chemical Equation Balancing Tool!!
- the labs in this section require teacher permission and those 
    marked "
Advanced" require direct teacher supervision. 
    All other labs and activities should be completed first!!
Advanced
Advanced
Advanced
Use Fume Hood!
Groups - Ionic Bonding
(Formula Writing)
Study Guide
   Complete the following activites and labs. Fill out the online study guides and save to your files.  An arrow          indicates a study guide to be filled out.  A              sign shows those activites that will give you a basic understanding of the concepts.  Do these first if you are having difficulty.   Document your work in your science website portfolio.                     Take all assessments.                                                             

Module IV Formative PRE-Assessment - Log in to Quizstar             
This assessment will check your prior knowlege.  It will not be graded but should give you an idea of which parts of Module IV you should spend the most time on.
Atomic Theory
Moles
Conservation of Mass
Presentation - Formula Writing with Spongebob!
Balancing Equations
Chemical Equations
Presentation - Formula Writing Review
Presentation - Balancing Equations with Spongebob!
Study Guide
Study Guide
I love balancing equations!
Chemical Formulas!
Now I can balance ANYTHING!!
These will help you "catch on" to balancing equations!!
Follow me for something wonderful!
Oh!  A chemical equation balancer!
Rate of Reactions
Intro to Rate of Reactions
Concentration
Concentration
Surface Area
Surface Area
Temperature
Temperature
Catalyst
Catalyst
Study Guide
(for all four labs)
Types of Reactions
Synthesis of Zinc and Sulfur
...
Watch the VIDEO                              
Double Replacement  with embedded video
Single Replacement (Aluminum can)
Single Replacement (Aluminum and Copper)
Decomposition of Sodium Bicarbonate
...
Watch the VIDEO
Decomposition of Wood
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Watch the VIDEO
Use Fume Hood!
Use Fume Hood!
Wearing my GOGGLES, Sir!
Wear your GOGGLES!
Labs - do the Yenka, then do the lab.
All assessments for this unit/module must be completed before beginning the next module.  Assessments should be taken in science class.
All assessments for this unit/module must be completed before beginning the next moduule.  Assessments should be taken in science class.
Assessments - complete these assessments on Quizstar after completing all labs and activities. 
I am READY!!
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Module IV Checklist
= check off activities as they are completed and publish to your website portfolio.
click for calculator
Formative
SUMMATIVE
start here
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