Monday
August 24
Tuesday
August 25
Wednesday
August 26
Thursday
August 27
Friday
August 28
Class Protocol
1. Syllabus
2. Basic Chemistry
3. Periodic Table and other handouts

Class Protocol
1. Properties of H2O


Class Protocol
1. Setup Notebook
2. Biochem Review

Class Protocol
1. Essay Writing
2. Essay #1

Class Protocol
1. Essay Writing
2. Use of Rubric

Homework
Review of Periodic Table
Homework
1. H-W Problems
2. Review Protein
Structures

Homework
Unit 1 Study Questions
Homework

Homework

What’s Due
Biology I Notebook
What’s Due
Basic Chem WS
What’s Due

What’s Due

What’s Due
Unit 1 Study Questions
Text Reading

Text Reading

Text Reading

Text Reading

Text Reading

Vocabulary List
atom, proton, neutron, electron, atomic number, mass number, element, molecule, molecular formula, structural formula, compound, nonpolar covalent bond, polar covalent bond, single bond, double bond, ionic bond, ion, anion, cation, ionization, isotope, valence electrons, octet rule, radioactive tracer
The Big Picture

Most common elements in living things are carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen. These four elements constitute about 95% of your body weight. All compounds can be classified in two broad categories --- organic and inorganic compounds. Organic compounds are made primarily of carbon. Carbon has four outer electrons and can form four bonds. Carbon can also bond to other carbon molecules forming double, triple, or quadruple bonds. Organic compounds also contain hydrogen. Since hydrogen has only one electron, it can form only single bonds.


This Week Grades

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