High School Chemistry Lab for Homeschoolers
Creation Discovery Museum | MAP
2701 W. Cypress Creek Rd. Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33309
CSI is offering a college preparatory chemistry lab for high school students. The students will be able to experience Chemistry presented from a Creation perspective. The course is designed to give students extensive laboratory experience covering the nature of chemistry, the classification, structure, and changes in matter, atomic theory, the periodic table, chemical bonding, formulas, reactions, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, kinetics, acids and bases, atomic structure, molecular geometry, the gas laws, and equilibrium.
All six classes must be completed for a certificate of completion. The program will provide 30 hours of college preparatory chemistry lab. There will be a $25.00 Lab book fee which will be provided in the first class. Each student must bring his/her lab book to each class for the remainder of the program. The course will be led by Johnny Maury, M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering.
- 8 Monthly 1 hour sessions
- 2 experiments per session
- Each session covers 2 Apología book modules
- Minimum 10 Students per class
- $400 per semester (includes materials for 10 students)
Topics & Dates:
Thursday 9:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
All day-Bring a lunch bag
Ages: 14-17Cost per Year
1 hr. Sessions
$400*No tuition refunds. Siblings pay full price.
Semester: Topics 2018-2019
Chemistry Basics. Units and Measurements: September 2018
Activities: What is Chemistry? Unit Systems and Conversions, Significant Figures in Mathematical Problems, Air Has Mass, Air Takes Up Space, Calibrating your Thermometer, Measuring Specific Heat
Atomic/Molecular Structure: October 2018
Chemical Reactions: Atoms and Molecules. Classifying Matter and Its Changes: November 2018
Activities: The Conservation of Mass, Electrical Conductivity of Compounds Dissolved in Water, Separating a Mixture of Sand and Salt, Distinguishing Between Chemical and Physical Change, Condensing Steam in an Enclosed Vessel, The Kinetic Theory of Matter
Stoichiometry. Atomic and Molecular Structure. Molecular Geometry: December 2018
Activities: Moles, Chemical Reactions, Limiting Reactants, Electrical Charge, How the Eye Detects Color Solubility of Ionic Compounds in Polar Covalent and Purely Covalent Compounds
Acid/Base Chemistry. The Chemistry of Solutions: January 2019
Activities: Common Household Examples of Acids and Bases, Acid/Base Titration, The Effect of Temperature on the Solubility of Solid Solutes, Gases, Applying Stoichiometry to solutions, Investigation of a Solute That Releases Heat When Dissolved, Freezing-Point Depression
Gas Phase and Energy and Heat: February 2019
Activities: Laws that determine gas behavior, Using the Ideal Gas Equation to Determine the Amount of Acid in Vinegar Determining the Enthalpy change of a Chemical Reaction
Thermodynamics and Kinetics: March 2019
Activities: Factors That Affect Chemical Reaction Rates, The Effect of a Catalyst on the Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide, Temperature and Le Chatelier's Principle, A Demonstration of Equilibrium, Reduction/Oxidation Reactions
Chemical Equilibrium: April 2019