Monday, September 29, 2014
Objective:
- Assess understanding of elements found in living things, characteristics of carbon, organic molecules, valence electrons, carbohydrates, simple sugars, complex carbohydrates
- Get Practical Experience with a Lab Activity

Agenda:
1) Quiz
2) Finish Laboratory Activity: Tiny Bubbles

HW:
Read How to Write a Laboratory Report directions and to be used to draft a laboratory report for Tiny Bubbles
Finish "How much are you worth?" Unit Conversions activity



Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Objective:
Understand how to write a laboratory report
Review Safety Concerns and Equipment for Introduction to Carbohydrates.

Agenda:
1) HW Check
2) Lab (Tiny Bubbles) Debrief
3) Lab Report (How to Write a Lab)
4) Introduction to Carbohydrates Lab Overview

HW:
Read the Lab Protocol and prepare for lab experience. Note safety concerns!


Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Objective:
Review Safety Concerns and Equipment for Introduction to Carbohydrates.
Successfully complete two tests for the lab and clean up without safety violations.

Agenda:
Review of Safety Concerns
Introduction to Carbohydrates Laboratory Part I - complete the Iodine/Starch Test and the Benedict's Test
Clean Up

HW:


Thursday, October 2, 2014
Objective:
Review Safety Concerns and Equipment for Introduction to Carbohydrates.
Successfully complete two tests for the lab and clean up without safety violations.

Agenda:
Review of Safety Concerns
Introduction to Carbohydrates Laboratory Part II - complete the Barfoed's Test and the Seliwanoff's Reagent Test
Clean Up

HW: Answer discussion question #2 only


Friday, October 3, 2014
Objective:
Understand the chemical structure of carbohydrates used in the Introduction to Carbohydrates and how the reagents identify them
Review how to write the Lab Report

Agenda:
Lab De-Brief
Review the Chemical Structure of Carbohydrates and how the reagents identify them. (Presentation)
Review how to Write the Lab Report

HW:
Lab Report for Introduction to Carbohydrates (DUE MONDAY)
Bibliographic Resources for more info - see packet, presentation above, textbook, and the