PHYSICS – I missed you today!! Are you on your way to conquering the component method of vector addition? So which do you like better? Give yourself a chance to get used to separating everything into x and y and it will click, I promise!
HON CHEMISTRY: So how do you feel about being made from earth, air, water, and fire? Here’s the intro we did on how we ended up with the atomic theory. Had you ever heard of Lavosier, Proust, and Dalton?
Pretty impressive little theory that Dalton came up with, huh? Were you surprised as you made comparisons with the Modern Atomic Theory? Could you now take it a step further and show connections between the three laws we discussed today and Dalton’s atomic theory?
HON CHEMISTRY – God bless you as you prepare for your test! Here’s some of the practice for test that we did in class today.
Below the vodcast today’s class is the vodcast from the help session this morning.
Remember, don’t just read your notes and memorize! You must practice your notes, practice the problems, practice the memorization!!
Also, don’t forget the Interactive Review Games with your online text and also sciencegeek.net. God bless you as you study! I’ll be praying for you!!
Monday Morning Help Session
CHEMISTRY – Wow! That was different!! I like you better in person, but at least I got to see you 🙂
How did you do with scientific notation today? Have you conquered it yet? Remember you have to use the scientific notation button that is on your calculator or it will almost always give you the wrong answer!! If you can’t find the scientific notation button your calculator, text me a pic of it and I’ll help!
HOMEWORK UPDATE: Don’t do it tonight. I just realized there is too much conversion factor stuff on it, so we’ll do that tomorrow.
flickr photo by Robert S Donovan
PHYSICS: I love listening to you “talk through” the scientific method! Can’t wait to see what you design for your whirly gigs! Now what could you do to get the longest hang time? Hmmmmm…..
Whirly Gig template is under the Worksheet tab, if you need it. Happy flying!
I can’t wait! Summer has been great, but I am sooooooooo looking forward to seeing you and doing school with you!
Have you seen this? It is SO cool!! So, if you need a last minute summer project… Or maybe a project for my budding physics students?
Can’t wait to see you!!
Psalm 19: 1 -3, “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows His handiwork. Day unto day utters speech, and night unto night reveals knowledge. There is no speech nor language where their voice is not heard.”
PHYSICS: Wow! You have grown so much in understanding these problems! Here’s yesterday’s discussion of one of the relative motion problems (#44) and the torpedo problem – #7 from the 2D worksheet. Add #37 from the end of the chapter review to your homework for this weekend.
Below the vodcast from today’s class is the help session from this morning – #5 and #6 from the 2D worksheet – a stone is thrown and a bird in the wind.
Have a great homecoming tomorrow!!
Help Session from Thursday morning:
Photo by Brina Blum on Unsplash
HON CHEMISTRY: Oooohhhh! So that’s where the pretty light comes from! Great job on these reactions! Now go forth and practice what you learned! (The balancing equations part, not the playing with magnesium part!) 🙂
PHYSICS: Great job today – and applying stuff from the last chapter no less!
Just go slow and easy, talk yourself through what you are doing and ask if the formulas you are using are legit. You’ll master it in no time flat. Watch out for squirrels throwing nuts!
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HON CHEMISTRY: So if you have 11 roller wheels, how many roller blade skates can you make? You know, really, limiting reactant is almost that simple. Well, the concept is anyway! You deal with limiting reactants in your life all the time. Now we’re just applying that same concept with chemical reactions! 🙂