Hon Chemistry 9-6-13 Chapter 2 Overview

HON CHEMISTRY – God bless you as you prepare for your test! Here’s the overview of the test and chapter 2 that we did in class today. Help session Monday morning, 7:15ish A.M.

Remember, don’t just read your notes – practice your notes, practice the problems, practice the memorization!! If you haven’t had a chance to print them out, here are links to the study suggestion sheet and the chapter 2 formula sheet. Click on the names below to open.

Chapter 2 Formulas & Stuff to Know
Chapter 2 Study Suggestions

Also, don’t forget the Interactive Review Games with your online text and also sciencegeek.net. Good luck studying! I’ll be praying for you!!

HON CHEMISTRY 9-6-13 Chapter 2 Overview from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

Chemistry 9-6-13 Relationships Among Data

CHEMISTRY – Can you believe it? We finished the chapter today! Here’s the brief lecture from Friday on direct and inverse proportions and then the beginning of our overview of the chapter 2 test.

Speaking of tests, we’ll have another help session for some of the harder problems on Monday morning at 7:15. BTW – go to Edline and look under “Tests” and you might find something that will help a lot as you begin to study. Yes, it’s time to begin studying; no, it’s not too early. And if you need extra practice on anything, don’t forget the help session Monday. (Sorry! Not Wednesday, Monday!) Begin making a list of the problems you need help with or questions you have.

Also, don’t forget to check out the Interactive Review Games with your online text and also sciencegeek.net. Great practice with both memorization, concepts and problem solving! God bless you as you begin studying! I’ll be praying for you!!

CHEMISTRY 9-6-13 Relationships Between Data from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

Physics 9-6-13 Pelicans & Rockets (Chapter 2 Overview, Pt. 1)

PHYSICS – Happy Friday! Here’s the beginning of the overview of chapter 2. Towards the end – the pelican problem and a start on the rocket that stopped. Or did it?

Are you becoming more comfortable with working problems? When selecting formulas, it’s always a good idea to ask yourself “Why?”. Why can you use this formula? Why is it legit? Why is it the best one? Is there a better route to the solution? And then, continue to practice them over and over til it starts to become second nature! Btw – did we come to a final decision about a help session Tuesday morning?

I really appreciate your work this week! Have a great weekend!! 🙂

PHYSICS 9-6-13 Chapter 2 Overview, Pt. 1 from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

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