Conceptual Chemistry

ocean acidification
Welcome to Conceptual Chemistry! This year we will be looking at applications of chemistry concepts in real-world situations. If you have missed class, use the links below to find out what you missed. 
Google Classroom codes
Block 3: v5cdmzr
Block 4: fknepgh
The closure of all Colorado schools until April 17th (this site updated 3.18.20) means students will be learning remotely! I will assign work through Google Classroom (please join using codes above, or send me your email so you can get guardian updates), but you can see what is expected daily by looking at the document below. Please check the document frequently, along with your students' grades in Campus. I will be inputting grades MORE frequently than when I teach your students in person! Please note the agendas provide the same work for BOTH Conceptual Chemistry classes!
Remote Learning Agendas

Course Expectations
Notebook Table of Contents
Below are links to the daily agendas for each unit. If you are absent, click on the agenda for the unit, and there you will find out what we did along with links to relevant documents for that day of class. Also, don't forget to do the exit ticket when you are absent!

Date Unit Agenda
August & September Basic Chemistry
October & November Water and Ions agendas
 December  Water Filter Project due, final exam
January  Acids & Bases: ocean acidification
February  Balancing equations & Metals
March  Fossil Fuels
April  Gas Laws & climate change
May Nuclear Chemistry

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