### AP Chemistry – Ms. Michaels (Summer Assignments)

Writing Ionic Compound Formulas

Naming Binary Molecular Coumpounds

**Empirical & Molecular Formula **

Part 1 – Empirical Formula Determination

Part 2 – Finding Molecular Formula

### Math 7 Common Core – Mr. Wychock & Mrs. Sierdzinski

Lesson 1 – Computing Unit Rate

Lesson 1B – Rates as Fractions

Lesson 1C – Rates and Complex Fractions

Lesson 1D – Rates and Complex Fractions (Word Problem)

Lesson 2 – Identifying Proportional Relationships

Lesson 2B – Identifying Proportional Relationships (Part Two)

Lesson 9 – Changing Rational numbers to Decimals

Lesson 10 – Solving Complex Fractions

Lesson 11 – Solving Rational Numbers

Lesson 12 – Writing Equivalent Equations

Lesson 12C – Combining Like Terms

Lesson 12D – Writing an Expression from a Word Problem

Lesson 13A – Factoring and Expanding Linear Equations & Expressions

Lesson 13B – Using the Distributrive Property for Expanding

Lesson 13C – Factoring an Expression

Lesson 13C – Factoring an Expression (Example 2)

Lesson 31 – Probabilities of Simple Events

### Math 8 Common Core – Mrs. Domanski

Lesson 1A-Rational and Irrational Numbers

Lesson 1B-Rational and Irrational Numbers

Lesson 3-Applying Properties of Exponents

Lesson 3B-Applying Properties of Exponents

Lesson 7A-Representing and Interpreting Proportional Relationships

Lesson 7B-Representing and Interpreting Proportional Relationships

Lesson 8-Relating Slope and Y-intercept to Linear Equations

Lesson 9A-Solving Linear Equations in One Variable

Lesson 9B-Solving Linear Equations in One Variable

Lesson 10A-Solving Systems of Two Linear Equations Graphically (Convert an equation into slope intercept form and graph)

Lesson 10B-Solving Systems of Two Linear Equations Graphically (Find the solution to a system of linear equations by graphing them)

Lesson 11- Solving Systems of Two Linear Equations Algebraically (Substitution Method)

Lesson 11B- Solving Systems of Two Linear Equations Algebraically (Elimination Method)

Lesson 11C- Solving Systems of Two Linear Equations Algebraically (Identify a system of equations that has no, one, or infinite solutions)

Lesson 28A-Constructing and Interpreting Scatterplots

Lesson 28B-Constructing and Interpreting Scatterplots

Lesson 29-Modeling Relationships in Scatterplots with Straight Lines

Lesson 31-Investigating Patterns of Association in Categorical Data

### Algebra I PA Core – Mr. Yaracz

##### Mr. Yaracz’s You Tube Channel

Units and Dimensional Analysis – Overview

Units and Dimensional Analysis – Example-Part One

Units and Dimensional Analysis – Example-Part Two

Interpreting Expressions – Dependant vs. Independant Variables

Writing Equations in One Variable – Example One

Writing Equations in One Variable – Example Two

Factoring Algebraic Expressions

Writing Inequalities in One Variable (Coming Soon)

Writing Linear Equations in Two Variables

Simplifying Exponents (coming soon)

Simplifying Expressions – Monomials

### Algebra I Review – Mr. Yaracz

**Linear Equations**

Linear Equations – Three Forms

Linear Equations – Problem 1 – Scatter Plot Ex. 1

Linear Equations – Problem 2 – System of Equations Ex. 2

Linear Equations – Problem 3 – Slope and Y-Intercept Ex. 3

Linear Equations – Problem 4 – Representing a line Ex. 4

**Algebra II** – Mr. Yaracz

Plotting a Line (Summation of equation)

**AP Chemistry- Ms. Michaels**

Section 4.0 Types of Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry

Section 4.3 The Composition of Solutions

Section 4.4 Types of Chemical Reactions

Section 4.8 Acid Base Reactions

Section 4.9

Chapter 5 Gases

Gas – Kinetic Molecular Theory (KMT)

Chapter 6 section 6-1

Combined – Avogadros & Gay-Lussacs Law

Gases and Stoichiometry Coming soon

### Chemistry – Ms. Michaels

Predicting Combination Reactions

**Formula Writing**

Formula Writing for Binary Ionic Compounds

Formula Writing for Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic Ions

Ionic Compounds Using Transitional Metals

**Chemistry II**

**Geometry – Mrs. Baksi**

Pythagorean Theorem (Example 1)

Pythagorean Theorem (Example 2)

### Physics – Mr. Leslie

Operations with Sig Figs: Add/Subtract

Operations with Sig Figs: Multiply/Divide

Projectile Motion: Football #1

Projectile Motion: Football #2

Projectile Motion: Football #3

Projectile Motion: Football #4