Lezlie Haynes

Welcome to Chemistry!  My name is Lezlie Haynes and I am the instructor.

Spring 2022

Stoich notes sheet

1/20  In Class-I worked #4 on the Limiting Reactant worksheet, posted a stoichiometry example on the projector for students to use on their quiz, Ms. Kim took up the Limiting reactant hwk and lab book then we went over percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.  Lastly, students completed a lab on % sugar in bubblegum.

Hwk–follow the agenda.


In Class–students turned in Wkst A for Stoichiometry.  We then went over limiting reactants and worked thru at least 2 full problems.  Then, students performed exp 8.1 to learn more about limiting reactants and how to analyze a chem experiment to determine the LR.  We went over the results of the experiment and students were to record the info on the wall–moles of baking soda, moles of vinegar and average circumference for each amount of baking soda.
Hwk–follow the agenda.  Write the fully-formed conclusion–I am looking for an explanation of the results.  Use the book to help you craft a good conclusion.  Complete the remaining problems on the LR worksheet. The answers are included with the problems so work each until you get it right.  Remember, you MUST write the correct balanced chemical equation.  If you want, write the equation and then text me a pic and I will tell you if you have it right.  Use your notes from nov/dec on types of chemical reactions, activity series (for single replacement) and how to write chem formulas.

1/6–Snow Day, check email for assignment and Zoom link

Print and place in binder:

Agenda Fall Revised

Conversion Factors Handout

Module 1 note sheet

time to learn elements

Lab Safety

Science Courses Policy

How to Write a Formal Lab Report

How to Write a Summary for Science Class

Print and turn in first day of class:


Return the SIGNATURE PAGE ONLY for Lab Safety and Sci Course Policy


secondary science – chemistry 21-22

Academic Calendar 21-22

Faith Tutorial Secondary Schedule 21-22

Welcome to Chemistry!

“This course is designed to be a first-year high school chemistry course and gives the student a rigorous foundation in chemistry, in order to prepare him or her for a college-level course.” Apologia website

Organization is very important and students are required to keep a binder with sections for notes, quizzes/tests, and worksheets. Students should bring their textbook, student notebook, binder, calculator and pencils to every class.

This course has been formatted a little differently from previous Tutorial science classes. I have organized the content into units. Each unit will begin with lecture and a handout that covers the important concepts. For units with math content, multiple examples will be provided. Students will complete the On Your Owns in the textbook as well as Review Questions and Practice Problems. Additional worksheets will be assigned to reinforce difficult concepts or provide additional in-depth practice. Students will be quizzed multiple times per unit and quiz dates will be listed on the agenda. Multiple experiments will be performed that will enhance student understanding of chemistry concepts.  Comprehensive final exams will be administered at the end of the fall and spring semesters.

This course has additional content added to enhance the content in the textbook.  Serious thought and planning has gone into deciding what content to add and why. All added content will better prepare the student for college level chemistry.

I look forward to seeing each student in the Fall!

Ms Lezlie

If you have any questions about chemistry, please email the instructor at sooners@click1.net.