## Reflection: Routines and Procedures The Ideal Gas Law and Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures - Section 3: Mid-Unit Quiz

Students are responsible for performing quiz corrections on every quiz that they do for me.

The reason I have students do quiz corrections is to help students master the content.

When students do corrections they are forced to first see what they got wrong, and then figure out how to get the correct answer.

• I give students time to do their corrections each time they get a quiz back.
• I have students do quiz corrections by writing the correct answer for any question that they got wrong directly on their quiz.
• I encourage them to do this in a different color or to circle the answer so that I can see where they did their correction.
• I also have students write their percentage on their quiz.  I do this so students can get a picture of what grade they earned on the quiz and to give them practice figuring out percentage.
• Then, when I check their binders at the end of the unit I give them credit for having their corrections done.
• Here is a copy of a student's corrected quiz.  Notice how she has her percentage and corrects each wrong answer.

Routines and Procedures: Quiz Corrections

# The Ideal Gas Law and Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures

Unit 6: Unit 7: Earth's Atmosphere
Lesson 5 of 9

## Big Idea: The Ideal Gas Law describes the relationship between temperature, pressure, volume, and number of moles of a gas while Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures can be used to find the total pressure of a mixture of gases.

Print Lesson
3 teachers like this lesson
Standards:
Subject(s):
Science, Chemistry, Ideal Gas Law, climate, atmosphere (Science), Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures, boyle's law, Charles' Law, combined gas law, Gay Lussac's Law, Gases, radiation, Gas Laws
90 minutes