Chemistry 1 Unit 1: What It Means to Be a Scientist


On this page, you will find the notes for each lesson.

8/27 - Hypothesis, Theory, Law Reading (see attachment below)
Notebook: Chromatography Lab on pages 7-8, Hypothesis Theory Law Notes on page 9, Writing Hypotheses Practice on 10


8/28 - Scientific Method Review (Independent Variable, Dependent Variable, Control Variable, Qualitative, Quantitative)
Note: When you get to the Stations Activity, you can just do that in your notebook. All the information you need is right there.
Notebook: pages 11-14


8/29 - Measurements and Accuracy, Precision, and Percent Error
Note: When you get to the Stations Activity, you can only do the bottom part. See Ms. Siverling to get the top part set up.
Notebook: pages 15-18


8/30 - Significant Figures
Notebook: pages 19-21


8/31 - Unit 1 (Part 1) Quiz - See teacher for quiz
Notebook: finished quiz goes on page 22

- Density
Notebook: pages 23-24


9/4 - Density Laboratory - Make up lab before or after school
Notebook: 25-26

9/5 - Metric Prefixes, Writing Conversion Factors, and Solving Conversion Problems
Notebook: pages 27-30


9/6 - Scientific and Standard Notation
Use powerpoint to fill in the (Basic) - Scientific Notation to Standard Notation notes. Then do the (Basic) Problems.
Use the Word document to fill in the (Proficient) - Standard Notation to Scientific Notation notes. Then do the (Proficient) Problems.
(Optional) Use the Word document to fill in the (Advanced) Multiplying and Dividing Scientific Notation and do the (Advanced) Problems.
Notebook: pages 31-35


9/7 - Unit 1 (Part 2) Quiz - See teacher for quiz
Notebook: finished quiz goes on page 36

9/12 - Unit 1 Study Guide
Notebook: page 37