This week, the grade 11 chemistry students learned about limiting reagents. They used a real life application of making banana split sundaes to further their understanding of how limiting reagents work.
This week, the grade 11 chemistry students got to show off their creative side as they completed their project on periodic trends. They were required to model a periodic trend such as atomic radius or electronegativity in a creative format like a video or 3D model.
This week, the grade 11 chemistry students began their unit on chemical bonding and started studying molecular and ionic compounds. They performed an experiment in which they grew crystals using copper (II) sulfate.
The grade 11 calculus classes began their first unit: a review on functions. They blazed through transformations, composite functions, piecewise functions, and function families, reviewing everything they had learned in math last year in just two weeks. Students will write one final test on these concepts before their next unit on limits and continuity.