2nd Semester Physical Science Students will find lots of support at this web site. Check it freequently beginning in January of 2010!
I know that blogging is new to you all, so this is just a reminder to go to the tab at the left called Jill's Jots. Take the link on that page and check out the blogging opportunities there. Set up a google email account and or give me your private sign in name so that you can blog annonymously. The rubric for blogging is on the same web tab.
This link will take you to a list of the polyatomics that we use in class. If you can't find yours - here is another one!
Here is another page of web sites that will help you practice your naming compound skills
The attached link has many web sites for practicing naming compounds.
Here is the flow chart for naming compounds. Hold it dear to your heart!
This is Ashur and Cody's ppt about alkali earth metals. Use is for study purposes
This is the powerpoint for the Carbon Group by Dillon and Kelsey. Watch it carefully.
This is Kaylee and Amy's Hologen ptt. Use is for preparation for your test.
This is Camie and Zac's ppt about inner transition metals. You need to look at the handout with their statements, when you look at the ppt.
This is the Nobel gas powerpoint by Taush and Kenzie. Refer to it often.
This is Jon and Andrew's ppt about the transition metals. It is VERY good. Refer to it to prepare for your test.
READ this rubric in order to be successful making your powerpoint!
Use this powerpoint to reinforce content you are getting in class. You will find a pH scale embedded in the powerpoint that will give you some pH's of common substances
Here is a copy of your acid-base outline. Use it wisely!
Use this powerpoint as a model of what to prepare for class.
Here are the three chapters that we are working on. Use them to create study cards. Your test will arrive before you know it!!
This is our first big project together. Let's make it great. Here is a rubric to help that happen. Be sure to READ it!
You will all be working this worksheet soon. I am making this available in case you loose yours or in case you were absent.
You will need to print this rubric off to prepare for our next lab. Don't forget to go to my home page to print off a Scientific Method rubric. You can also get a piece of free graph paper at
Here is a copy of the density lab that we will be working on.