AP® Chemistry with Labs
AP® Chemistry with Labs
Instructor: Ms. Seray
Please review course details below.
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN - Classes start August 26, 2019 and end May 1, 2020.
Thanksgiving Break: November 25 - December 1, 2019
Winter Break: December 23, 2019 - January 5, 2020
Spring Break: March 9 - 15, 2020
Equivalent to a first-year college course in chemistry, AP® Chemistry demonstrates how knowledge of chemicals and chemical reactions can help students better understand the world around them. Students cultivate their understanding of chemistry through hands on inquiry-based labs, as they explore topics such as: atomic structure, intermolecular forces and bonding, chemical reactions, kinetics, thermodynamics, and equilibrium. A total of 16 laboratories will be completed, allowing students to master steps to perform a successful investigation.
This course requires a study commitment, outside of instruction time, of approximately 7 hours per week.
A lab kit will need to be purchased separately to satisfy the lab requirements of this course.
The lab kit can be purchased directly from our vendor by clicking here.
Gain an understanding of major chemistry concepts corresponding to the six Big Ideas laid out by the AP® College Board
Apply mathematical and scientific knowledge and skills to solve quantitative, qualitative, spatial, and analytical problem
Apply the seven science practices to each of the 16 laboratories
Complete and submit lab reports
Complete weekly pre-recorded lectures
Participate in interactive online student forums
Deliver assessments, assignments, and/or practice AP® exams in a timely manner
PREREQUISITES AND RECOMMENDATIONS:
This course is recommended for students 15 years of age or above
Students must have completed Algebra II and a high school course in Chemistry
Zumdahl, Steven and Zumdahl, Susan. Chemistry, Ninth Edition. Belmont, CA: Cengage Learning, 2014.
Binder with loose leaf paper, pen/pencil, eraser, and a scientific calculator
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Seray pursued her interest in science by becoming a pharmacist and practicing in various clinical settings. During her studies, her strong academic standing and innovative community health projects, conferred her the coveted “Pharmacy Student of the Year” award. After graduating, she continued to serve her community and became finalist for “Pharmacist of the Year.” For the past few years, Ms. Seray has taught science to students in the homeschooling community worldwide. Read more.