Our Chemical Library
I have started building a Chemistry library for the Chemistry classes! Please take a second to look through the list to see if there are any books you would like to donate to the library. Any donation is greatly appreciated!
Class Library Rules:
1. Take care of the books as if they were newly born rabbits.
2. Keep track of your bookmark!
3. Report any abnormality as soon as it is observed.
4. Enjoy the story and think of the science!
Each book has its own, unique bonus opportunity. Some are available in the library for checkout. Ask me more on how to use this amazing resource!
Phone: 704-260-6570 ext. 40322
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors of Earth Sciences, HQ Earth Sciences, and HQ Comprehensive Sciences
Mr. David Madorin
Welcome to Mr. Madorin's class page!
Here you will find all important information regarding any of my current classes. I am a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a degree in Earth Sciences specializing in Chemistry and Geology. I am highly certified for comprehensive sciences which include Earth Science, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. I have a passion for learning and understanding science, which is a passion I share through my profession. I am currently have the privaledge of being the Science Department Chair for a fantastic science department.
I have been active in coaching football and track at Central Cabarrus during my tenure, both of which I was a participant of while I was a student Viking. I played two years of collegiate ball at Guilford College as an offensive and defensive lineman. I like to bring my experience from the field and into the classroom with a hard worker's mentallity. Through sports and academics, I have learned one true constant: there is a lesson in every mistake. I teach my classes with the same mentallity: mistakes are going to be made, so where is the lesson in the mistake? If you are in my class, then be prepared to think, question, and grow!
I graduated from CCHS in 2006, and I bleed Green and Gold! Go Vikings!
Test Correction Format
- Write the question
- Write your wrong answer, cross it out, and write the correct answer beside the crossed-out missed answer
- Explain your mistake OR if you didn't know, then explain why the correct answer is correct
- Make an analogy to help you remember the information
Every correction receives 50% credit back!
Notes from Class
Periodic Family Infographics
Click the following links to learn more about each family. Color your periodic tables to easily identify your families!