CHEMISTRY: Great job on the moles of chalk lab! You set a land speed record for finishing a lab, and no hints. Good job! How’d you do on that mole problem worksheet? Here is a review of some of the problems.. At the end, it also has instructions for the lab, just in case you were out today. By the way, the lab can be written up on a sheet of paper instead of in your lab books.
this goes on just a normal sheet of paper, right?
like, not the lab book?
Yes, notebook paper.
I liked that lab Ms. Skinner! Thanks for the review! 🙂
This year is quite challeneging
I need some help on how to right the lab.
MS,Skinner, do we still have to write all the parts as we usually do in other labs?
Lily – Just what I told you in class for this time: Title, Objective, Procedure (detailed), Observations (data table and calculations).
this videos are very helpful study tools! thank you!
Ms Skinner, I still can’t find the podcast from the day I missed on Nov. 4- the regulars is up but not the honors, as far as I can tell. Also, when I looked it up from last year, it says the video is unavailable. What would you like me to do?
Ps- The title of the lesson is ‘describing chemical reactions’
Ryan – Thanks for letting me know. I’ll look and see if I can find it for you.