cathy.petty@cmcss.net931-358-3201
Degrees: B.S. in Chemistry and Biology with a minor in math from Austin Peay State University. M.S. in Education from Walden University. 30 years classroom teaching experience, grades 9-12.
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931-358-3201

Ms. Petty’s Chemistry Syllabus

2018-2019

Contact Me:

Cathy.petty@cmcss.net

  • 931-387-3201 ext.
  • 4th Period Planning

Class Materials:

  • Computer
  • Paper
  • Pens/Pencils
  • Composition Notebook

Rules:

  • Arrive on time
  • Bring all materials to class
  • Show respect

Expectations:

  • Students will maintain a respectful and positive attitude toward the teacher and their classmates.
  • Be on time! 3rd tardy=referral
  • Check folder for work if you were absent.
  • No test retakes
  • No sleeping in class
  • Cell phones are to be OFF and PUT AWAY.
  • Laptops out only when asked to do so.
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Academic standards, chosen by the Tennessee State Board of Education, provide a common set of expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of a specific grade or course.  Local school districts determine the order in which these state-mandated standards are addressed in their schools.  For a breakdown of standard pacing and course objectives for Chemistry students in the Clarksville Montgomery County School System, please visit the Curriculum Navigator on the CMCSS homepage found at: http://curriculum.cmcss.net/public/index.aspx

 

It is the policy of the Clarksville Montgomery County School System to follow the dictates of state statues in the selection and use of all instructional materials.  Parents or legal guardians may request to review any instructional materials used in the classroom of the parent or legal guardian’s child following the guideline set forth in Instructional Policy INS-A073 found at: https://portal.cmcss.net/iso.aspx?doc=INS-A073.pdf

 

The chart below outlines the units of study for Chemistry and possible major assignments or field trips that could be used to enhance student learning or solidify mastery of standards in each unit.  This chart is not inclusive of every assignment for Chemistry, as additional or different assignments may be created based on the needs of students.  Specific details for major assignments will be shared with students and parents or legal guardians as the standards related to the assignments are addressed in class.

 

 

Unit

 

Topic

Possible Major Assignments

Possible Field Trips

1

Chemical Foundations

Unit Test

 

2

Gas Laws

Unit Test

 

3

Atomic Structure

Unit Test

 

4

Periodic Relationships

Unit Test

 

5

Bonding

Unit Test

 

6

Molecular Geometry

Unit Test

 

7

Reactions

Unit Test

 

8

Stoichiometry

Unit Test

 

9

Solutions

Unit Test

 

10

Energy

Unit Test

 

11

Enrichment

Unit Test

 

 

 

Expectations:

  • Students will maintain a respectful and positive attitude toward the teacher and their classmates.
  • Be on time! 3rd tardy=referral
  • Check folder for work if you were absent.
  • No test retakes
  • No sleeping in class
  • Cell phones are to be OFF and PUT AWAY.
  • Laptops out only when asked to do so.