Grade 10 and 11 Chemistry

Teacher: Wayne
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Introduction

0 Grade 10th or 11th Chemistry Class Introduction 02:02

Unit 1

1 Lesson 1- Introduction to Chemistry 15:00

Intro to Chemistry, Lab glassware, Scientific method

2 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 Glassware 03:21

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet in this lesson.

3 Lesson 2 - Theories, Controls/Variables, Significant Figures 13:28

Theory, Controls and Variables, X and Y axis, Metric Units, Significant Figures

4 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 Significant Figures 04:13

This video explains the answers of the practice worksheet from this lesson.

5 Lesson 3 - Absolute Error 03:55

Following this unit's lesson, your unit test will be cumulative over the first three lessons. You will need a calculator and periodic table for each test and quiz. The periodic table is attached on Lesson 1 Unit 1. This will be the case for the last lesson in each unit. Good luck, Mr. Anderson

6 Worksheet Review - Lesson 3 Absolute Error 03:10

This video explains the practice worksheet for this lesson.

7 Visual Lab Demonstration (Part 1) 04:30

Lab activity over the properties of electrons, circuits, and electron interactions to become stable.

8 Worksheet Review - Lab 1 Electrons 01:51

This video explains the practice worksheet for Lab 1 of this unit.

9 Visual Lab Demonstration (part 2) 14:28

Lab activity over the properties of electrons, circuits, and electron interactions to become stable.

10 Worksheet Review - Lab 2 Electrons 02:04

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lab 2 of this unit.

Unit 2

11 Lesson 1 - Elements, Compounds, Subatomic Particles, and More 11:00

Elements, Compounds, Subatomic particles, Metric Prefixes

12 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Atomic Numbers 03:22

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

13 Lesson 2 - 3-D Molecular Diagrams, Density, Meniscus 06:19

3-D Molecular Diagrams, Density, Meniscus

14 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 - density 03:09

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

15 Lesson 3 - Metric Conversions 02:21

Metric Conversions

16 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 3 - Metric Conversions 05:08

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 3 of this unit.

Unit 3

17 Lesson 1 - Matter/mass, mixtures/compounds, features of elements 12:30

Matter and mass, mixtures and compounds, phase changes, properties of metals, characteristics of elements

18 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Mixtures vs Compounds 01:52

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

Unit 4

19 Lesson 1 - Energy, work, types of chemical reactions 04:18

Energy, work, types of chemical reactions

20 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Kinetic v Potential Energy 02:15

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

21 Lesson 2 - Temp. scales, specific heat, heat transfer, calorimeter 13:31

Temperature scales, specific heat, heat transfer, calorimeter

22 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 - Calorimeter 01:22

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

Unit 5

23 Lesson 1 - The Periodic Table 09:09

Periodic table characteristics, charges, parts of a wave

24 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Metals, non-metals, and metaloids 01:08

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

25 Lesson 2 - Ions and Isotopes 07:05

Ions, isotopes, atomic mass number

26 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 - Isotopes 04:21

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

27 Lesson 3 - Isotopes of Hydrogen 09:36

Description of Isotopes of Hydrogen and how it is involved in the making of the Hydrogen bomb.

28 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 3 - Isotopes of hydrogen 01:33

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 3 of this unit.

Unit 6

29 Lesson 1 - Valence electrons, pH, types of formulas, prefixes 11:33

Valence electrons, pH, types of formulas, prefixes

30 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - pH and chemical prefixes 01:21

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

31 Lesson 2 - Nomenclature 1 14:38

The naming of elements and chemical compounds as well as writing chemical formulas.

32 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 - Nomenclature Part 1 02:41

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

33 Lesson 3 - Nomenclature 2 09:29

The naming of elements and chemical compounds as well as writing chemical formulas.

34 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 3 - Nomenclature Part 2 02:41

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 3 of this unit.

35 Visual Lab Demonstration - Molar Solutions 12:52

Molar Solutions

36 Worksheet Review - Lab 1 - Molar solutions 01:39

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for the lab of this unit.

Unit 7

37 Lesson 1 - LASERs 14:27

LASERs, Gram Molecular Mass, Standard temperature and pressure, Percent composition

38 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Gram Molecular Mass 02:59

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

39 Lesson 2 - Percent composition and Avogadro's number 06:39

Percent composition continued

40 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 - Avogadro's Number 01:43

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

41 Laser Demo 1 10:09

A closer look at the different types of LASERs and how they work.

42 Worksheet Review - Lab 1 - LASERs part 1 01:03

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lab 1 of this unit.

43 Laser Demo 2 12:40

A closer look at the different types of LASERs and how they work.

44 Worksheet Review - Lab 2 - LASERs part 2 01:11

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for lab 2 of this unit.

45 Laser Demo 3 11:05

A closer look at the different types of LASERs and how they work.

46 Worksheet Review Answers - Lab 3 - LASERs part 3 01:13

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 3 of this unit.

Unit 8

47 Lesson 1 - Nomenclature and balancing equations 08:37

Nomenclature review, Balancing chemical equations

48 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Balancing Chemical Equations 04:50

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

49 Lesson 2 - Application of balancing equations and calculating moles 07:31

Application problem to practice balancing equations, limiting reagents, and finding the number of moles in a sample.

50 Worksheet Review - Lesson 2 - Calculating Moles 03:04

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

51 Lesson 3 - Application of balancing equations & calculating moles 04:01

(continued) Application problem to practice balancing equations, limiting reagents, and finding the number of moles in a sample.

52 Worksheet Review - Lesson 3 - Calculating moles application 03:32

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 3 of this unit.

53 Visual Lab Demonstration (part 1) 14:02

Flame test: See what colors of the spectrum are admitted when the chemicals are burned in a flame.

54 Worksheet Review - Lab 1 - Flame Test 00:51

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lab 1 of this unit.

55 Visual Lab Demonstration (part 2) 13:00

Flame test part 2: See what colors of the spectrum are admitted when the chemicals are burned In a flame

56 Worksheet Review - Lab 2 - Flame Test 01:07

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lab 2 of this unit.

Unit 9/10

57 Lesson 1 - Newton's Laws 08:55

Newton's Laws, Inertia, Skeleton reactions

58 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Chemical Reactions 01:59

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

Unit 11

59 Lesson 1 - Terms: catalyst, limiting reagent, pressure 11:02

Catalyst, limiting reagent, pressure, saturated, and supersaturated

60 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Empirical Formulas 02:52

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

61 Lesson 2 - Practice calculating moles 09:36

Practice finding the number of moles in a substance.

62 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 - Application with moles 04:55

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

Unit 12

63 Lesson 1 - States of matter 06:07

States of matter, pressure, phase changes, kinetic energy

64 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Phase changes and phases of matter 01:25

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

65 Lesson 2 - Equilibrium 14:07

Equilibrium, crystals, hygroscopic substances

66 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 2 - Phase changes 01:32

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 2 of this unit.

67 Visual Lab Demonstration - Circuits 04:30

Chemical study of electrons in motion

68 Worksheet Review Answers - Lab 1 - Circuits 01:20

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for lab 1 of this unit.

Unit 13

69 Lesson 1 - Gas Laws and Formulas 06:33

Gas laws and formulas (Boyle's, Charles', Dalton's, Combined, Ideal)

70 Worksheet Review Answers - Lesson 1 - Gas Laws 02:09

This video explains the answers to the practice worksheet for Lesson 1 of this unit.

Course Overview

This course covers the first semester of High School Chemistry for 10th or 11th grade.

 

Components of this course include:

  • 13 Units
  • Over 35 Lessons which include real-life application lectures and 9 demonstration labs
  • 35 Practice Worksheets (approximately 285 application questions)
  • 35 Excercise Review videos (A step-by-step explanation of each practice worksheet solution)
  • Over 100 Practice Problems
  • 22 Quizzes 
  • 13 Unit Tests 
  • 35 Quiz/Unit Test Answer Keys

 

COURSE GOALS

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Begin thinking like a Chemist
  • Understand fundamental Chemistry principles 
  • Understand and be able to calculate the Chemistry math of conversions, moles, percent compositions, and gas laws
  • Balance Chemical equations 
  • Understand and predict periodic trends
  • Maintain mastery of the following topics 

 

 The topcis for this course include:

  • Scientific Glassware and Laboratory Procedures
  • Metric and Mathmatical Conversions
  • Electron Configurations 
  • Phases of Matter and Chemical Effects
  • Chemical Equations 
  • Chemical Equillibriums 
  • Periodic Table, Periodic Trends, Elemental Periods and Groups, and Reactivity 
  • Energy, Light, and LASERS
  • Ions, Isotopes, Cations, and Anions 
  • pH Determination, Calculations, Buffers, and Titrations
  • Chemical Nomenclature and Empirical Formulas 
  • Chemical Formulas and Equations 
  • Gram Molecular Formulas
  • Percent Compositions
  • Single Replacement, Double Replacement, Reduction, and Combination Chemical Reactions
  • Kinetic Energy of Molecules in Solids, Liquids, and Gases and Understanding Catalysts
  • Scientific Graphing and Direct and Indirect Proportions 
  • Chemical Equations for Gases: Boyles Law, Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure, Combined Gas Law, Ideal Gas Law
  • Distillation and Apparatus 

 

Lab Applications:

  • Laseroptics
  • Flame Test
  • Color Spectrum
  • Molecular Conductivity and Electron Response 
  • Circuits 
  • Molar Solutions 

 

The beauty of this class is that Chemistry concepts that appear to be complex and involved are simplified down by Mr. Anderson to modern-day applications that are made relevant and easy to understand through both lab and lecture.  

  • Teacher: Wayne
  • Areas of expertise: Chemistry, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, and Psychology
  • Education: Masters +45 Graduate hours; Eastern New Mexico University/Texas Tech University
  • Interests: Science, outdoors, fishing, and family
  • Skills: Teaching and science research Awarded State of New Mexico Science Teacher of the Year.
  • Associations: Texas Education Association, ACSI
  • Issues I care about:

I have been teaching science for over 30 years and can truly say that watching and experiencing others learn science is truly my passion. Science is as fun as it is challenging. I would have to say my pet peeve is someone teaching science by someone reading a chapter and answering some questions at the end. Science has to be experienced, seen, and enjoyed to be learned and applied to our daily lives. I currently live in Fort Worth, Texas and teach for an area college. I have three kids, two of them who are married, and an awesome grandson with another grandchild on the way. I wake up every morning excited about the challenge of a new day. I look forward to the opportunity of having you in class!

Periodic Table

Here is a periodic table that can be used throughout the course. Your student can print it out to follow along in multiple videos and use on tests and quizzes for a variety of questions.

Unit 1 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 1 Tests and Worksheets.

Unit 2 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 2 tests and worksheets.

Unit 3 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for unit 3 tests and worksheets.

Unit 4 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for unit 4 tests and worksheets.

Unit 5 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 5 tests and worksheets.

Unit 6 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 6 tests and worksheets.

Unit 7 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 7 tests and worksheets.

Unit 8 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 8 tests and worksheets.

Unit 9/10 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 9/10 tests and worksheets.

Unit 11 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 11 tests and worksheets.

Unit 12 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 12 tests and worksheets.

Unit 13 Answer Keys

Questions and answers for Unit 13 tests and worksheets.

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