Mrs. Stewart

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Attached are two worksheets to practise calculating distance, time and speed (vitesse), as well as working with these in graphs.  Today we discussed how to express very large or very small values in scientific notation and how to determine significant figures, and express them when rounded off to an x number of places.     We will be working with these concepts for the next few days in different types of problems, and should be ready to be tested early next week - Tuesday, Dec. 13th.

Posted: December 1, 2011

This week we began our Physics unit, which includes Ch. 9-12. We've been discussing how to calculate distance, time and speed, along with Newton's 3 laws of motion. Attached is a worksheet on calculating speed, time and distances. 
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Posted: November 21, 2011


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Posted: November 16, 2011

Today we determined which element students will research for their unit-end project - assembling a chemical element mobile - see attached instructions.  This will be due next Wednesday, Nov. 23rd.  They will be provided with some time in class to research and work on this project - pd. 6, tomorrow and pd. 3 on Friday.  We will be starting Ch. 8 - "Les reactions chimiques et l'environnement" tomorrow and Monday - it is a very brief chapter and we will then be preparing for the Unit 2 exam, to be written by the end of next week.   
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Posted: November 14, 2011

We began Ch. 7 on Thursday, discussing the difference between an acid and a base, properties and examples of each, the pH scale and neutralization reactions.    Today, we reviewed this information and students are to complete the following for homework: pg. 218 # 2, pg. 225 # 1, 2, 3 and pg. 236 # 1, 2, 3   Chapter 6 tests were returned on Thursday and are to be signed and returned.     

Posted: November 3, 2011

We have been finishing up Chapter 6 this week - Types of Chemical Reactions. Questions from text - pg. 202, #1-4; pg. 208, # 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, as well as attached worksheet (key is also attached, seperately) I've also attached a study guide, outlining key topics covered in this chapter. Monday will serve as a review day, and the Ch. 6 test will be written on Tuesday, Nov. 8th. Have a great long weekend :)  

Posted: October 27, 2011

Tests from Ch. 5 have been returned and are to be signed at home and returned by Friday.  Discussed the difference between endothermic and exothermic reactions - pg. 180 Discussed 4 types of chemical reactions: synthesis; decomposition; single displacement; and double displacement - pg. 184-202 Attached are practise worksheets on predicting products for these types of chemical reactions, along with balancing the equations. 


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