Welcome Chemistry I – Day VII                 Portland Evening Scholars               Mr. Treothe Bullock - Instructor   ...
Test Recovery If you scored under 90% and would like to improve your gradefollow the steps below. 89% is the highest grade...
Homework for day VIII   Complete Isotopes Worksheet   Complete Chapter 8 Review – Sections 2 &    3   Complete Radiatio...
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Chem I Day VII Agenda, Homework, Test Recovery

  1. 1. Welcome Chemistry I – Day VII Portland Evening Scholars Mr. Treothe Bullock - Instructor Unit 1 & 2 Work Feedback  Unit 3 Math – Converting from Mass  Unit 2 exam Measurement and to Moles to # of Particles calculations - feedback  Practice Problems  Notebook Scoring  Guided Sign offs Problem  Unknown Metal Rewrites  Take Home Quiz Problems Unit 3  Lab Work Time  Review of Unit Pre Assessment -  Density Lab – Final Draft  Review Completed – Section 1  Alpha Decay Completed  Beta Decay  Radioactive Decay & Isotopes  Radiation  Decay Types  Isotope Definitions  MidTerm Grades – Next Week  Half Lifes
  2. 2. Test Recovery If you scored under 90% and would like to improve your gradefollow the steps below. 89% is the highest grade allowed onrecovered tests. ½ Credit is given for all questions corrected asinstructed. I. State what your  III. State the correct mistaken question and answer. answer were.  IV. Justify your answer II. Explain the thinking with a reference in the error that caused you to text. Show any work miss the question. necessary to solve the problem.
  3. 3. Homework for day VIII Complete Isotopes Worksheet Complete Chapter 8 Review – Sections 2 & 3 Complete Radiation Decay Lab Complete any recovery work on Exams, Notebook or Inquiry Lab
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