• Honors Chemistry Closure Lessons

     

    Weeks 5-8 Closure Lessons (High Tech and Low Tech)

     

    April 30th - May 22nd (TH-TH)

     

    TEKS: (E) write and balance chemical equations using the law of conservation of mass;(F) differentiate among double replacement reactions, including acid-base reactions and precipitation reactions, and oxidation-reduction reactions such as synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, and combustion reactions;

     

    General Guidelines

     

    Students are expected to:

     

    Low Tech - Pick up, and return per JISD public notifications.

    High Tech - Complete and Submit Assignments to Weekly Google Classroom Post's.  

     

    Instructions:

     

    Week 5 Assignments: 4/23 - 4/30

     

    I.    Read Sections 8.3 in the Interactive Reader or text, and take notes. 

     

    II.  Complete and Submit "Interactive Reader 8.3 Section Review" and submit responses to Week 5 - Google Classroom (High Tech). 

             

     

    Week 6 Assignments: 4/30 - 5/7

     

     I.   Review Your Notes, and information in Ch. 8 Interactive Reader or Text.

     

     II.  Complete and Submit to Week 6 - G.C. (High Tech), the Answers and Questions to the "Chapter 8 Review" in the "Interactive Reader".

     

     

     

    Week 7 Assignments: 5/8 - 5/15

     

     I.    Read Sections 4.1 and 4.2 in the Interactive Reader or text, and take notes.

     

     II.  Complete 4.1 and 4.2 "Interactive Reader" Section Review's, and submit responses to Week 7 - G.C. 

     

     

    Week 8 Assignments: 5/15 - 5/22

     

     I.   Read Section 4.3 in the Interactive Reader or text, and take notes. 

     

     II.  Complete and Submit "Interactive Reader" 4.3 Section Review, and submit responses to Week 8 G.C. 

     

     

     

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    March 26th – April 23rd  2020   

     

    TEKS: 7(B) write the chemical formulas of ionic compounds containing representative elements, transition metals and common polyatomic ions, covalent compounds, and acids and bases;7(C) construct electron dot formulas to illustrate ionic and covalent bonds; 7(D) describe metallic bonding and explain metallic properties such as thermal and electrical conductivity, malleability, and ductility

     

    High Tech and Low Assignments are the same and are graded the same. 

    High Tech assignments are require Online Access, Google Classroom, and therefore require unique instructions for submitting to Google Classroom.

    Low Tech assignments are in printed packets, which have to be picked up at the High School, and returned per instructions sent out by JISD. 

     

    General Guidelines

    Students are expected to do their very best to complete the assignments. 

    Students are expected to READ, TAKE NOTES, and PROCESS the information in the text. 

    Assignments will be graded and returned as soon as possible.

     

     

    A.  High Tech Lessons via Online Access  (note same assignments as Low Tech)
     
     

    Week 4 - High Tech Lesson (Due TH. 4/23) In Google Classroom

     

    I.   Read Section 8.1 and 8.2  in the "Interactive Reader" - I.R. (see Google Classroom Links), or Read the Text (online, or your own copy), and Take Notes. 

    II.  Complete section reviews  8.1 and 8.2, in the "Interactive Reader" - I.R. (see Google Classroom Links)

    III. Submit Shortened Questions, and Answers (show work), to Google Classroom "Week 4 Closure Assignment".)

     

    Help Submitting to Google Classroom

     

    ( https://www.joshuaisd.org/cms/lib3/TX21000353/Centricity/Domain/167/Help%20Submitting%20to%20Google%20Classroom.docx )

     

     

    Week 3 - High Tech Lesson (Due TH. 4/16) In Google Classroom: (same assignments as Low Tech)

     

    Instructions: Applies to High Tech via Google Classroom

     

    I.   Review Chap. 7 Sections 7.13 through 7.4 in the text (online, or your own copy) , or the "Interactive Reader"- I.R. (see links), and take notes.

    II.  Review the "Calculating Percentage Composition" sample problem (Pg. 248 Interactive Reader IR).

    III. Complete Ch. 7 Section Review (Pg. 249 I.R.) - Question #'s 1-14 (a-c only), and #'s 15,17, and19

    IV. Submit Shortened Questions, and Responses to Google Classroom (Week 3 Closure Assign.)

     

    * Upload a doc., take a screenshot, or a picture using your computer camera and submit to GC Week 2.

    * Title all submissions Week 1, Week 2, etc....

    * Include - Name, Date, Period

     

    Help Submitting to Google Classroom

     

     

    Week 2 - High Tech Lesson (Due TH. 4/9) In Google Classroom:  (same assignments as Low Tech)

     

    Instructions:

     

    I.  Read Section 7.3 and 7.4 in the text and take notes.

    II. Complete section reviews.

     

    * Upload a doc., take a screenshot, or a picture using your computer camera and submit to GC Week 2.

    * Title all submissions Week 1, Week 2, etc....

    * Include - Name, Date, Period

     

    Help Submitting to Google Classroom

     

    CONDENSED High Tech Lesson Plans (Same as Low Tech)


    Week 1:  In Google Classroom: 

    Read Section 7.1 and 7.2 in the text and take notes.

    Complete section reviews. 

                

    Week 2:  In Google Classroom:

    Read Section 7.3 and 7.4 in the text and take notes. 

    Complete section reviews

     

    Week 3:  In Google Classroom:

    Review Ch 7 

    Complete the Calculating Percent Composition 

    Do the Chapter 7 Review

     

    Week 4:   In Google Classroom: 

    Read Section 8.1 and 8.2  in the text and take notes. 

    Complete section reviews 

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    B.  Low Tech Lesson Plans: via Printed Packets (Same Assignments as High Tech)

     

    *** Low Tech assignments are in printed packets, which have to be picked up on Thursdays at the High School, and returned per instructions sent out by JISD. 

     

    General Guidelines

    Students are expected to do their very best to complete the assignments. 

    Students are expected to READ, TAKE NOTES, and PROCESS the information in the text. 

    Assignments will be graded and returned as soon as possible. 

     

    Instructions:

     

    Week 1 (Due TH. 4/2): Read Section 7.1 and 7.2 in the text and take notes.

    Complete section reviews. 

                

    Week 2 (Due TH. 4/9):  Read Section 7.3 and 7.4 in the text and take notes. 

    Complete section reviews

     

    Week 3 (Due TH. 4/16):  Review Ch 7 

    Complete the Calculating Percent Composition 

    Do the Chapter 7 Review

     

    Week 4 (Due TH. 4/23): Read Section 8.1 and 8.2  in the text and take notes. 

    Complete section reviews 

     

     


     

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    Week 12 Chemistry Nov. 5th – Nov. 9th    * Candle Essay Due Monday    

     

    Content Objectives

    C.2(E)-(I): The student uses scientific practices to solve investigative questions

    C.8(E)  write and balance chemical equations using the law of conservation of  mass 

    C.8(B)  calculate the number of atoms or molecules in a sample of material using  Avogadro’s number    

     

     

    Language Objectives

    Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing

    Active participation in class discussion (Identify characteristics, follow lab directions, Respond to questions, Predict outcomes, Read aloud data, Summarize results, State findings) 

     

    Vocabulary

    Conservation of Mass, Reactants,Products, Mole Ratios, Single and Double Replacement Reactions, Combination, Decomposition, Combustion Reactions, Avogadro’s #, Fundamental Particles, Molar Mass, Gram Masses, STP, Mole Ratios, Proportions.

     

     Monday 11/5/18  * Candle Essay Due  

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to predict chemical reactions in accordance with the Law of Conservation of Matter.
    2. Activities:

     

    * Notes: Ch. 8.1-8.3 (Chemical Reactions); Ch. 7.3 (% Composition) 

    * Hm. Wk. Test Review - Mole Conversion Practice. (Due - Tuesday)

    * Finish/Review Simulation (Balancing Chemical Equations) 

    * Formative Acessment: Continue Lab (Due Tuesday)

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    Tuesday 11/6/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to predict chemical reactions in accordance with the Law of Conservation of Matter. 
    2. Activities:

     

    * Notes:Ch. 8.1-8.3 (Chemical Reactions)

    * Write: Equation for Thermite Reaction Demonstration

    * Guided Practice: % Composition

    * Hm Wk. - Mole Conversions Practice (Due Today) 

    * TEKS Check Assessment Review/Analysis

    * Formative Acessment: Lab (Due Today)

     

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    Wednesday 11/7/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to predict chemical reactions in accordance with the Law of Conservation of Matter.

           2. Activities:

     

    * Notes: Chap. Ch. 8.1-8.3, Chemical Reactions; Ch. 7.3 (Empirical Formula)

    * Guided Practice: Empirical Formula

    * Hm. Wk. - % Percent Composition (Due TH.)

    * Formative Acessment: Pre Candle Lab I

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    Thursday 11/8/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to predict chemical quantities in terms of the Balanced Equation.  
    2. Activities;

     

    * Notes: Chap. 9.1 Stoichiometry - (Mole Ratios)

    * Guided Practice: Empirical Formula

    * Hm. Wk. - Empirical Formula Practice, % Comp. Hm. Wk.Due

    * Formative Acessment: Candle Lab I

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    Friday 11/9/18   

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to predict chemical quantities in terms of the Balanced Equation.  
    2. Activities:

     

    * Notes: Chap. 9.1 Stoichiometry - (Mole Ratios) 

    * Guisded Practice: Stoichiometry Mole Ratios/Limiting Reagent

    * Summative Acessment: Test (6 Weeks Assessment)

    * Formative Acessment: Post Candle Lab I

     

     ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Week 6 Chemistry Sep. 24th – Sep. 28th

     

    Content Objectives

    C.2(E)-(I): The student uses scientific practices to solve investigative questions

    C.7(A)-(B): Write the chemical formulas of ionic compounds containing representative  elements, transition metals and common polyatomic ions, covalent  compounds, and acids and bases. 

    C.8(A)-(D): The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

     

    Language Objectives

    Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing

    Active participation in class discussion (Identify characteristics, follow lab directions, Respond to questions, Predict outcomes, Read aloud data, Summarize results, State findings) 

     

    Vocabulary

    Ions, Neutral, Atoms, Ionic Compounds, Molecular Compounds, Molecule, Oxidation State, Sub-Script, Super Script, Balance charge, Criss Cross, Cation, Anion, Metal, Non Metal, Semi Metal, Mole, Avogadro’s #, Fundamental Particles, Molar Mass, Gram Masses, STP, Mole Ratios, Proportions.

     

    ** Summative Assessment – - Wednesday 9/26/18 (Molecular Compounds) 

     

    Monday 9/24/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to write the formula and name for Type II Ionic, and Molecular Compounds.
    2. Activities:

    * Finish Test I 

    * Notes Ch. 7 - Binary Ionic Compounds (Various Ox. State), Molecular Cmpd’s

    * Homework (Molecular Compounds)

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    Tuesday 9/25/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to write the formula and name for Ternary Ionic Compounds.
    2. Activities:

    * Finish Al Lab

    * Six Weeks TEKS Check Assessment

    * Notes Ch. 7 (Polyatomic Ions)

    * Homework Due (Molecular Compounds)

    * Homework (Ternary Ionic Compounds)

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    Wednesday 9/26/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to write the formula and name for Acidic Substances.
    2. Activities:

    * Summative Assessment: Nomenclature I Exam (Molecular Compound Nomenclature)

    * Notes Ch. 7 (Acid Nomenclature)

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    Thursday 9/27/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to express chemical quantities in terms of moles.
    2. Activities:

    * Notes: Ch. 3.4 The Mole (Molar Mass)

    * Lab - Formula of a Hydrate

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    Friday 9/28/18

     

    1. Objective: The learner will be able to express chemical quantities in terms of moles.
    2. Activities:

    * Notes: Ch. 3.4 The Mole (Molar Mass); Chap. 7.3 (Molar Mass, % Composition)

    * Finish Lab - Formula of a Hydrate

     

     

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Week 5 Chemistry Sep 17th - Sep 21st

     

    Content Objectives

    C.2(E)-(I): The student uses scientific practices to solve investigative questions

    C.2(G): Express and manipulate chemical quantities using scientific conventions and mathematical procedures, including  dimensional analysis, scientific notation, and significant figures 

    C.4(A)-(D): The student knows the characteristics of matter and can analyze the relationships between chemical and physical changes and properties. 

     

    Language Objectives

    Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing

    Active participation in class discussion (Identify characteristics, follow lab directions, Respond to questions, Predict outcomes, Read aloud data, Summarize results, State findings) 

     

    Vocabulary

    Absolute Zero, Accuracy, Precision, Celsius Scale, Density, Kelvin Scale, Percent Error, Qualitative and Quantitative Measurements, SI Measurements, Metric System, Scientific Notation, Dimensional Analysis, Significant Figure, Temperature,lab Safety, melting point  mole  specific heat  toxicity  viscosity.

     

    ** Summative Assessment - Exam I Friday and Monday 9/17/18 (Intro to Matter, Measurments in Chemistry, Lab Problem)

     

     

    Monday 9/17/18

     

    I. Objective: The learner will understand atomic structure and history.

    II. Activities:

     * Finish Test I 

    * Chemical Foundations: The Atom

    * Notes Ch. 3

     

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    Tuesday 9/18/18

     

    I. Objective: The learner will understand atomic structure and history.

    II. Activities:

    * Finish Al Lab

    * Chemical Foundations: The Atom

    * Notes Ch. 3

     

    **Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Wednesday 9/19/18

     

    I.  Objective: The learner will understand atomic structure and history.

    II. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 3

    * Chemical Foundations: The Atom

     

     

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Thursday 9/20/18

    I. Objective: The learner will understand atomic structure and history.

    II. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 4

    * Chemical Foundations: The Electron 

     

     

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Friday 9/21/18

     

    I.  Objective: The learner will understand atomic structure and history.

    II. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 4

    * Chemical Foundations: The learner will understand atomic structure and history.

     

     

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Week 2 Chemistry Aug 27th - Aug 31st 

    Content Objectives

    C.2(E)-(I):   The student uses scientific practices to solve investigative questions

    C.4(A)-(D):  The student knows the characteristics of matter and can analyze the relationships between chemical and physical changes and properties. 

    Language Objectives

    Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing

    Active participation in class discussion (Identify characteristics, follow lab directions, Respond to questions, Predict outcomes, Read aloud data, Summarize results, State findings) 

    Vocabulary

    Absolute Zero, Accuracy, Precision, Celsius Scale, Density, Kelvin Scale, Percent Error, Qualitative and Quantitative Measurements, SI Measurements, Metric System, Scientific Notation, Dimensional Analysis, Significant Figure, Temperature,lab Safety.

    ** Summative Assessment - Exam I Friday 8/31/18 (Intro to Matter, Measurments in Chemistry, Lab Problem)

    Monday 8/27/18

    Objective: The learner will use empirical data to draw chemical conclusions.

    III. Activities:

    * Finish Lab I

    * Chemical Foundations: Properties of matter. 

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Tuesday 8/28/18

    Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 1-3

    * Chemical Foundations: Phases of matter.

    * Measurements in Chemistry: Scientific Notation for large/small scale.

    **Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Wednesday 8/29/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 1-3

    * Chemical Foundations: Pure Substances vs. Mixtures

    * Measurements in Chemistry: Reliability of Measurments

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Thursday 8/30/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 1-3

    * Chemical Foundations: Evidence of Chemical vs. Physical Reaction.

    * Measurements in Chemistry: Estimation and Precision,Significant Figures

     

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Friday 8/31/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    ** Exam I (Intro to Matter, Measurments in Chemistry, Lab Problem) 

    * Notes Ch. 1-3

    * Chemical Foundations: The Atom

    * Measurements in Chemistry: Proportional Reasoning and Converting Units 

     

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Week 1 Chemistry Aug 20 th - Aug 24 th

    Language of Instruction

    Absolute Zero, Accuracy, Precision, Celsius Scale, Density, Kelvin Scale, Percent Error, Qualitative and Quantitative Measurements, SI Measurements, Metric System, Scientific Notation, Dimensional Analysis, Significant Figure, Temperature,lab Safety.

    Monday 8/20/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be introduced to chemical education and class procedures.

    III. Activities:

    * Course syllabus, student information

    * Intro. to Ch. 3

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Tuesday 8/21/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 3

    * Measurements in Chemistry

    **Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Wednesday 8/22/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 3

    * Measurements in Chemistry

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Thursday 8/23/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 3

    * Measurements in Chemistry

    * Pre Lab

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Friday 8/24/18

    1. TEKS: Ob. 1-5
    2. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively and qualitatively describe matter.

    III. Activities:

    * Notes Ch. 3

    * Measurements in Chemistry

    * Lab

    ***Lab/Demo/Activity make-up (make-up after school or write a 2.50 page paper on the "chemical of the week" found at http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/airgases/airgases.html(Must Be In Your Own Words)

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    Week 34 (5/7/18 – 5/11/18)   

     

    Content Objective: C.10 Science concepts. The student understands and can apply the factors that influence the behavior of solutions. Differentiate among  acid-base reactions, precipitation reactions, and oxidation-reduction reactions.

     

    Language Objective: Solutions, Concentration, pH, Acid, Bases, pOH, Ka

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Ka and Weak Acids

    - Notes:  Ka and Weak Acids  

    Guided and Independent Practice – Acid Base Calculations Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

     Tuesday – EOC History

    - Notes:  

    - Guided/Independent Practice – 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment -

     

     Wednesday – EOC Biology

    - Notes: 

    - Guided/Independent Practice: 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

    Thursday – Common Ion

    - Notes: Common Ion 

    Guided/Independent Practice:  Common Ion Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Lab

     

    Friday – Salts

    - Notes: - Salts

    Guided/Independent Practice: Salts

    - Formative/Summative – Titration

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    Week 18 (1/8/18 – 1/12/17)   

     

    Content Objective: TEKS 9(B ): perform stoichiometric calculations, including determination of mass and volume relationships between reactants and products for reactions involving gases  11(A)  understand energy and its forms, including kinetic, potential, chemical, and thermal energies 10(H) understand and differentiate among acid-base reactions, precipitation reactions, and oxidation-reduction reactions

     

    Language Objective: Colision Theory, Reaction Rate, Mechanism, Activation Energy,Catalyst, Pressure, Force, Area, Barometer, Collisions, Vapor Pressure, Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday –  Student Holiday

    - Notes:

    Guided and Independent Practice –

    Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

     Tuesday – Collision Theory

    - Notes: Rate of Reaction, Collision Theory, Equations  

    Guided/Independent Practice – Equations

    Formative/Summative Assessment: PhET Equations

     

     Wednesday – Reaction Kinetics

    - Notes: Rate of Reaction, Collision Theory, Equations  

    Guided/Independent Practice: Equation Problems

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish PhET Equations

     

    Thursday – Reaction Kinetics

    - Notes: Rate of Reaction, Collision Theory, Equations  

    Guided/Independent Practice: Collision Theory Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Lab - Grahams Law Effusion

     

    Friday – Reaction Kinetics

    - Notes: - Rate of Reaction, Collision Theory, Equations  

    Guided/Independent Practice: Collision Theory Problems

    - Formative/Summative – Finish Lab: Grahams Law Effusion

     

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    PAP Chemistry

     

    Week 16 (12/11/17 – 12/15/17)   

     

    Content Objective: TEKS 9(B ): perform stoichiometric calculations, including determination of mass and volume relationships between reactants and products for reactions involving gases  11(A)  understand energy and its forms, including kinetic, potential, chemical, and thermal energies 10(H) understand and differentiate among acid-base reactions, precipitation reactions, and oxidation-reduction reactions

     

    Language Objective: Colision Theory, Reaction Rate, Mechanism, Activation Energy,Catalyst, Pressure, Force, Area, Barometer, Collisions, Vapor Pressure, Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Volumes and Ideal Gases  

    Guided and Independent Practice – Charles Law Problems

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish Boyles Law Lab

     

     Tuesday – Reaction Kinetics

    - Notes: Collision Theory, Gas Volumes and Ideal Gases  

    Guided/Independent Practice – Begin Ideal Gas Law   

    Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

     Wednesday – Reaction Kinetics

    - Notes: Collision Theory, Ideal vs. Real gas

    Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Lab – Grahams Law Effusion

     

    Thursday – Reaction Kinetics

    - Notes: Collision Theory, Reaction Rate

    Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Lab - Grahams Law Effusion

     

    Friday – Reaction Kinetics

    - Notes: - Reaction Rate

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Collision Theory Problems

    - Formative/Summative – Finish Lab: Grahams Law Effusion POGIL

     

     

     

     

    Week 14 (11/27/17 – 12/1/17)   

     

    Content Objective: TEKS 9A: describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law.

     

    Language Objective: Pressure, Force, Area, Barometer, Collisions, Vapor Pressure, Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Gases

    - Notes: Continue Gases

    Guided and Independent Practice – Charles Law Problems

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Start/Finish Test Boyles Law

     

     Tuesday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish Charles Law, Begin Gay Lussac  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Lab – Boyles Law

     

     Wednesday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice: Gay Lussac, Ideal Gas Law

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Lab - Boyles Law

     

    Thursday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws, Ideal vs. Real gas

    Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish Lab - Boyles Law

     

    Friday – IMF’s

    - Notes: - Ideal Gas Law, IMF’s

    - Guided/Independent Practice: IMF’s, Ideal Gas Law

    - Formative/Summative – POGIL

     

     

     

    Week 12 (11/13/17 – 11/17/17)   * Wed. Test I Gas Laws

     

    Content Objective: TEKS 9A: describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law.

     

    Language Objective: Pressure, Force, Area, Barometer, Collisions, Vapor Pressure, Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Gases

    - Notes: Continue Gases

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Charles Law Problems

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Review PHet Simulation

     

     Tuesday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish Charles Law, Begin Gay Lussac  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Gay Lussac Problems

     

     Wednesday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Test Gas Laws

     

    Thursday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws, Ideal vs. Real gas

    Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 (Conservation Matter II)

     

    Friday – Gases

    - Notes: - Ideal Gas Law

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal gas Law

    - Formative/Summative – Finish L4 Conservation Matter II

     

     

     

    Week 12 (11/6/17 – 11/10/17) 

     

    Content Objective: TEKS 9A: describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law.

     

    Language Objective: Pressure, Force, Area, Barometer, Collisions, Vapor Pressure, Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Gases

    - Notes: Continue Gases

    - Guided and Independent Practice – PHet Simulation

    Formative/Summative Assessment: PHet Simulation

     

     Tuesday – Gases

    - Notes: Pressure, KMT, Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish PHet Simulation

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish PHet Simulation, Begin Test  Essay Critiques

     

     Wednesday – Gases

    - Notes: KMT, Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice: Charles Law Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Finish Test Essay Critiques

     

    Thursday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws, Ideal vs. Real gas

    Guided/Independent Practice: Gay Lussac’s /Ideal Gas Law  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre L4 (Conservation Matter II)

     

    Friday – Gases

    - Notes: - Ideal Gas Law

    - Guided/Independent Practice:

    - Formative/Summative – L4 Conservation Matter II

     

     

    Week 9 (10/16/17 – 10/20/17) 

     

    Content Objective: TEKS 9A: describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law.

     

    Language Objective: Pressure, Force, Area, Barometer, Collisions, Vapor Pressure, Boyle's law, Charles' law, Avogadro's law, Dalton's law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Gases

    - Notes: Finish Test Review Notes on History, Begin Gases

    Guided and Independent Practice – Pressure Conversions

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Post Lab Con. Mass I

     

     Tuesday – Gases

    - Notes: Pressure, KMT, Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice – Dalton’s Law Problems

    - Formative/Summative AssessmentTest Atomic History

     

     Wednesday – Gases

    - Notes: KMT, Gas Laws

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Boyles/Charles Law Problems

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Pre L3 (Conservation Matter)

     

    Thursday – Gases

    - Notes: Gas Laws, Ideal vs. Real gas

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Gay Lussac’s /Ideal  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre L4 (Conservation Matter II)

     

    Friday – Gases

    - Notes: - Ideal Gas Law

    - Guided/Independent Practice:

    - Formative/Summative – L4 Conservation Matter II

     

    Week 7 (10/2/17 – 10/6/17) 

     

    Content Objective: TEKS C.6(A-C) Calculate the wavelength, frequency, and energy of light using Planck’s constant and the speed of light.    

    Language Objective: properties of matter, elements, atomic theory, atomic structure, electron arrangement,

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Electro Magnetic Radiation

    - Notes: Finish Notes on History, Begin EMR

    Guided and Independent Practice – Presentations, Electronic Behavior

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Analysis 

     

     Tuesday – Electro Magnetic Radiation

    - Notes: EMR

    Guided/Independent Practice – e- Structure

    - Formative/Summative AssessmentTest Analysis 

     

     Wednesday – Electronic Structure

    - Notes: History, Quantum #’s

    - Guided/Independent Practice: EMR

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Pre L3 (Conservation Matter)

     

    Thursday – Ions

    - Notes: Ions, Quantum #’s

    - Guided/Independent Practice: EMR  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L3 (Conservation Matter)

     

    Friday – Atom Interactions Bonding

    - Notes: - Bonding

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Ions

    - Formative/Summative – L3 Conservation Matter 

     

     

     

    Week 6 (9/25/17 – 9/29/17) * Project Due TH.

     

    1. Content Objective: TEKS C.6(A-C) Calculate the wavelength, frequency, and energy of light using Planck’s constant and the speed of light.    
    2. Language Objective: properties of matter, elements, atomic theory, atomic structure, electron arrangement,

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – The Atom

    - Notes: History, Electrons

    Guided and Independent Practice – Electron structure

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Analysis 

     

     Tuesday – The Atom

    - Notes: History, Electrons

    - Guided/Independent Practice – e- Structure, Project

    - Formative/Summative Assessment

     

     Wednesday – The Atom

    - Notes: History, Quantum #’s

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Project

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

    Thursday – The Atom

    - Notes: Modern Atom, Quantum #’s

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Present Project

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre L3 (Conservation Matter)

     

    Friday – The Atom

    - Notes: - Electromagnetic Energy, Modern Atom Theory

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Present Project

    - Formative/Summative – L3 Conservation Matter 

     

     

     

    Week 4 (9/11/17 – 9/14/17) 

     

    1. Content Objective: TEKS C.4(A-D);C.5(A-C) Matter and the Periodic Table 
    2. Language Objective: Measurement, calculation, properties of matter, elements, atomic theory, atomic structure, electron arrangement,

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday - Avg. At. Mass 

    - Notes:

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Atomic Structure 

     

     Tuesday –  Avg. At. Mass 

    - Notes: The Atom

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Avg. At. Mass POGIL

    Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL

     

     Wednesday – Atomic Theory Development

    - Notes: The Atomist (Discontinuous Matter)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Finish Atom POGIL

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Avg. Atomic Mass Hm. Wk.

     

    Thursday – Atomic Theory Development

    - Notes: The Atomist (Discontinuous vs. Continuous Matter)

    - Guided/Independent Practice:

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L2 - Conservation Matter

     

    Friday – Atomic Theory Development

    - Notes: - Modern Atom Theory

    - Guided/Independent Practice:

    - Formative/Summative – L2 Conservation Matter 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Pre AP Chemistry

     

      

    Week 1 (8/21/17 – 8/25/17)  * Quiz Friday (Atom,Safety)

     

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS C.4(A-D);C.5(A-C) Matter and the Periodic Table 

    II. Language Objective: Measurement, calculation, properties of matter, elements, atomic theory, atomic structure, electron arrangement,

     

    III. Activities:

     

     Monday – Introduction

     

    - Notes: Introduction, Syllabus

    Guided and Independent Practice – Course Syllabus

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Syllabus Signature

     

     

     Tuesday – What is chemistry? What chemistry is not?

     

    - Notes: Lab Safety, The Atom

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Lab Safety

    Formative/Summative AssessmentChemistry Pre Assessment

     

     

     Wednesday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: The Atom

    Guided/Independent Practice: Atom Activity

    Formative/Summative Assessment – PhET Sim (Build an Atom)

     

     

    Thursday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: Isotopes

    Guided/Independent Practice: L1 - Physical v. Chemical Changes

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L1 - Physical v. Chemical Changes

     

    Friday – Matter

     

    - Notes: - Properties of Matter

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Finish L1

    - Formative/Summative –  Quiz (Atom, Safety)

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write and present a scientific article review of their choice.)

     

     

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry 

     

     

    Week 33 (5/8/17 – 5/12/17)  

     

    I. Content Objective:

     
    Science concepts. The student understands and the factors that effect chemical reaction rate. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Collision Theory, Rate Law, Con. of Energy

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces, Collisions and Energy

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Concept Question IMF's 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish Calorimetry Test

     

    Tuesday 

    - Notes: Intro to Collision Theory

    - Guided/Independent Practice –  q = mC∆T Calculatons

    Formative/Summative Assessment: V vs P , Reaction Rates

     

    Wednesday 

    - Notes: Collision Theory

    - Guided/Independent Practice - PhET Simulation

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – VvsP Reaction Rate

     

    Thursday 

    - Notes: Collision Theory 

    - Guided Practice: Reaction Rate and Rate Laws

    - Independent Practice: POGIL

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

    Friday 

    - Notes: Rate Laws 

    - Guided Practice: - Review POGIL

    - Independent Practice: 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish VvsP Reaction Rate 

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style.

     

     

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry 

     

     

    Week 30 (4/17/17 – 4/21/17)  

     

    I. Content Objective:

     

    C.11    Science concepts. The student understands the energy changes that occur in chemical reactions.

     

    II. Language Objective: Con. of Energy, Specific Heat, Exothermic, Endothermic, Enthalpy, Energy, Limiting reagent

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Energy

    - Notes: Phase Changes and Intermolecular Forces, KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided and Independent Practice – Concept Question IMF and H2O Molecule, Enthalpy

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Calorimetry

     

    Tuesday – Energy

    - Notes: Energy (Q) Calculations

    Guided/Independent Practice – Energy (Q) = mC∆T Calculatons

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Calorimetry

     

    Wednesday – Energy

    - Notes: Enthalpy Calculations Cont.

    Guided/Independent Practice - Q = mC∆T Calculatons

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Finish Calorimetry

     

    Thursday – Energy

    - Notes: Ht. Fusion, Vaporization  

    - Guided PracticeHt. Fusion, Vaporization  Calculations

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk. Activity

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Cr Bk. Activity

     

    Friday – Easter Holiday

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy   

    Guided Practice: - Cr Bk. Activity

    Independent Practice: Cr Bk. Activity

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Cr Bk. Activity

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style.

     

     

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry 

     

     

    Week 29 (4/10/17 – 4/14/17)   * Easter Break Friday

     

    I. Content Objective:

     

    C.11    Science concepts. The student understands the energy changes that occur in chemical reactions.

     

    C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

      

    II. Language Objective: Con. of Energy, Specific Heat, Exothermic, Endothermic, Enthalpy, Energy, Limiting reagent

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: Phase Changes and Intermolecular Forces, KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided and Independent Practice – Concept Question IMF and Phase Changes

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Chromebook Lab Activity

     

    Tuesday – Energy

    - Notes: Energy (Q)

    - Guided/Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish Chromebook Lab Activity

     

    Wednesday – Energy

    - Notes: Q = mCDeltaT Calculatons

    Guided/Independent Practice -

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

    Thursday – Energy

    - Notes: Ht. Fusion, Vaporization  

    - Guided Practice

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk. Activity

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Cr Bk. Activity

     

    Friday – Easter Holiday

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy   

    Guided Practice: - Energy

    Independent Practice:

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Cr Bk. Activity

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style.

     

     

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry 

     

     

    Week 28 (4/3/17 – 4/7/17)  

     

    I. Content Objective:

     

    C.11    Science concepts. The student understands the energy changes that occur in chemical reactions.

     

    C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

      

    II. Language Objective: Con. of Energy, Specific Heat, Exothermic, Endothermic, Enthalpy, Energy, Limiting reagent

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided and Independent Practice – Concept Question KMT

    Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Energy

     

    Tuesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    - Guided/Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Activity

     

    Wednesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided/Independent Practice -

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

    Thursday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy  

    - Guided Practice

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk. Activity

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Cr Bk. Activity

     

    Friday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy   

    Guided Practice: - Energy

    Independent Practice:

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Cr Bk. Activity

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style.

     

     

     

     

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry 

     

     

    Week 26 (3/20/17 – 3/24/17)  

     

    I. Content Objective:

     

    C.11    Science concepts. The student understands the energy changes that occur in chemical reactions.

     

    C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

      

    II. Language Objective: Con. of Energy, Specific Heat, Exothermic, Endothermic, EnthalpyEnerg, Limiting reagent

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided and Independent Practice – Concept Question KMT

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish Friday’s Test 

     

    Tuesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    - Guided/Independent Practice –

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Activity

     

    Wednesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided/Independent Practice -

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Finish Activity

     

    Thursday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy  

    - Guided Practice

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk. Activity L. React. II

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

    Friday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy   

    Guided PracticePOGIL - Energy

    Independent Practice:

    Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Energy

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     
    Pre AP Chemistry 

     

    Week 25 (3/6/17 – 3/10/17)   * Test Thursday

     

    I. Content Objective:

     

    C.11    Science concepts. The student understands the energy changes that occur in chemical reactions.

     

    C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

      

    II. Language Objective: Con. of Energy, Specific Heat, Exothermic, Endothermic, EnthalpyEnerg, Limiting reagent

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided and Independent Practice – "Pear Deck" Activity

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:  

     

    Tuesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy, Test Review

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Cr Book Limit Reactant Activity

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

    Wednesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy

    Guided/Independent Practice - Pre Lab

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Test

     

    Thursday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy  

    - Guided Practice

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk. Activity (Limiting Reagent)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Test

     

    Friday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy   

    - Guided Practice: PhET Energy

    - Independent Practice:

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Lab 

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry 
     

    Week 23 (2/20/17 – 2/24/17)   

     

    I. Content Objective:

     

    C.11    Science concepts. The student understands the energy changes that occur in chemical reactions.

     

    C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

      

    II. Language Objective: Con. of Energy, Specific Heat, Exothermic, Endothermic, EnthalpyEnerg, Limiting reagent

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Student Hoilday

    - Notes:

    Guided and Independent Practice –

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  

     

    Tuesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy, Molar Volume of a Gas

    Guided/Independent Practice – Fin. Chrome Bk Assignment, Molar Vol. Gas

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

    Wednesday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy, Reaction Interpretation - Limiting Reagent

    Guided/Independent Practice - Limiting Reagent Example Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Molar Volume Gas Demo

     

    Thursday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy  

    Guided PracticeLimiting Reagent Example Problems 

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk. Activity (Limiting Reagent)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

       

    Friday – Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT, Collisions and Energy   

    - Guided Practice:

    - Independent Practice: Finish Cr Book Activity

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre L 

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     

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    PreAP/Honors Chemistry     

     

    Week 21 (2/6/17 – 2/10/17)   

    I. C.9. The student understands the principles of ideal gas behavior, kinetic molecular theory, and the conditions that influence the behavior of gases.

     

    Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

      

    II. Language Objective: KMT, Gas Laws, V,P,T,n,R, Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - KMT, (Mole to Mole) (Mole to Mass)

    Guided and Independent Practice – Finish Fridays Test

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Post L (Avg. At. Mass)

     

     

    Tuesday – Kinetic Molecular Theory

    - Notes: KMT and Collisions/Temp/Pressure

    - Guided/Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Turn In L (Avg. At. Mass)

     

     

    Wednesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reactions Interpretation – (Mole to Mass)

    Guided/Independent Practice - Mole to Mass Example Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Fin L6

     

    Thursday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Particles) 

    Guided PracticeMole to Particles Example Problems 

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk Activity (Mole to Mass and Mol to Particles Stoichiometry)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: (Demonstration - Single Replacement Rxn)

     

      

    Friday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Liters) (Limiting Reagent)   

    Guided Practice: Mole to Liters Example Problems

    - Independent Practice: Mol to Liters Problems (Hm. Work - Due Monday)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Stoichiometry I (u, M, n, amu, Mole to Mole)  

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     

     

     

     

    PreAP/Honors Chemistry     

     

    Week 20 (1/30/17 – 2/3/17)   * Test Fri. - Stoic.I – (Compare/Contrast u, M, n, amu) (Mole Ratios)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Mole) (Mole to Mass)

    Guided and Independent Practice – Finish/Turn In Chrome Bk. (Avg. At. Mass Simulation) (Mole to Mole Stoic.) 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre L (Avg. At. Mass)

     

     

    Tuesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Mole) (Mole to Mass) 

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Mole to Mole Problems (Hm.            Wk. - Due Wed.) 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L (Avg. At. Mass)

     

     

    Wednesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reactions Interpretation – (Mole to Mass)

    Guided/Independent Practice - Mole to Mass Example Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Fin L6

     

    Thursday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Particles) 

    Guided PracticeMole to Particles Example Problems 

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk Activity (Mole to Mass and Mol to Particles Stoichiometry)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: (Demonstration - Single Replacement Rxn)

     

      

    Friday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Liters) (Limiting Reagent)   

    Guided Practice: Mole to Liters Example Problems

    - Independent Practice: Mol to Liters Problems (Hm. Work - Due Monday)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Stoichiometry I (u, M, n, amu, Mole to Mole)  

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     

     

     

    PreAP/Honors Chemistry     

     

    Week 19 (1/23/17 – 1/27/17)   * Test Fri. - Stoic.I – (Comp./Cont. u, M, n, amu) (Mole Ratios)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Atomic Mass

    - Notes: Compare and Contrast: u, M, n, amu  

    Guided and Independent Practice – Rev. At. Mass POGIL, Chrome Bk. (Molar Mass)  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Atomic Mass POGIL

     

     

    Tuesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Mole) (Mole to Mass) 

    Guided/Independent Practice – Mole Ratios Example Problems and Hm Wk. (Due Wed.)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre L6 (Single Replacement Rxn)

     

     

    Wednesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reactions Interpretation – (Mole to Mass)

    Guided/Independent Practice - Mole to Mass Example Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment – L6 (Single Replacement Rxn)

     

    Thursday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Mass), (Mole to Particles) 

    Guided PracticeMole to Particles Example Problems 

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk Activity (Mole to Mass and Particles Stoichiometry)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Post L6 (Single Replacement Rxn)

     

      

    Friday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Liters) (Limiting Reagent)   

    Guided Practice: Mole to Liters Example Problems

    - Independent Practice: Cr Bk Activity (Mole to Mass and Particles Stoichiometry)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Stoichiometry I (u, M, n, amu, Mole to Mole)  

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     

     

     

    PreAP/Honors Chemistry     

     

    Week 18 (1/16/17 – 1/20/17)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – MLK Holiday

    - Notes:

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

     

    Tuesday – Molar Ratios Calculations, Molar Mass

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation - (Mole to Mole) (Molar Mass) 

    - Guided/Independent Practice – All periods finish POGIL “Relative Mass”; Mole Ratios, Chrome Book (Molar Mass)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

    Wednesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reactions (Double Replacement), Rxn. Interpretation (Mole to Mole and Mole to Mass)

    Guided/Independent Practice - Chrome Book Activity Cont.); Mole to Mass Problems (Due TH.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Pre L6 - Single Replacement Rxn

     

     

    Thursday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Particles) 

    Guided PracticeMole to Particles Stoic. Problems 

    - Independent Practice: Chrome Book Activity Due Today

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  L6 - Single Replacement Rxn.

     

     

    Friday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Liters) (Limiting Reagent)   

    - Guided/Independent Practice: POGIL “Types of Chemical Reactions”

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: .

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     

     

     

    PreAP/Honors Chemistry     

     

    Week 17 (1/9/16 – 1/13/16)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Molar Ratios Calculations

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mole)

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Molar Ratio Activity (Due Today)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

     

    Tuesday – Reaction Stoichiometry   

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mass)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Relative Mass POGIL Activity (Due TH.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

    Wednesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reactions (Double Replacement), Rxn. Interpretation (Mole to Particles) 

    Guided/Independent Practice: Mole to Mass Stoic. Problems 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

     

    Thursday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reactions (Double Replacement), Rxn. Interpretation (Mole to Liters)

    Guided Practice: Mole to Liters Stoic. Problems 

    - Independent Practice: Mole to Mass Stoic. Problems (Due Friday)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre L6 - Single Replacement Rxn.

     

     

    Friday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Limiting Reagent)   

    Guided/Independent Practice: Limiting Reagent Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L6 - Single Replacement Rxn.

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of Limiting Reagent.

     

     

     

    PreAP/Honors Chemistry     

     

    Week 16 (12/12/16 – 12/16/16)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Finish Test (Reaction Types, Balancing, Chem. of a Candle)

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mole)

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

     

    Tuesday – Reaction Interpretation, Reaction Stoichiometry   

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mole)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Mole Ratios (POGIL), Mole Ratios Hm. Wk. (Due Wednesday)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

    Wednesday – Reaction Stoichiometry

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction (Dbl. Replacement), Interpretation (Mole to Mass) 

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Problems (Mole to Mass Stoic. Problems) 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

     

    Thursday – Reaction Prediction and Interpretation (Mole to Liters)

    - Notes: Equation Interpretation (Mole to Liters)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Problems (Mole to Liters Stoic. Problems) 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L6: Single Replacement Rxn.

     

     

     Friday – Reaction Interpretation (Limiting Reagent) 

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction (Synthesis), Limiting Reagent 

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Limiting Reagent POGIL

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of combustion on a summative exam this week.

     

     

     

    PreAP/Honors Chemistry    * Test Wed. 12/7 (Reaction Types, Balancing, Chemistry of a Candle)

     

     

    Week 15 (12/5/16 – 12/9/16)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Test Review, Reaction Interpretation (Reaction Stoichiometry)  

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mole)

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Review

     

    Tuesday – Reaction Interpretation (Reaction Stoichiometry)   

    - Notes: Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mass)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Mole Ratios (POGIL), Mole Ratios Hm. Wk. (Due Thursday)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Review

     

      Wednesday – Reaction Prediction and Interpretation

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction (Double Replacement), Interpretation (Mole to Mass) 

    - Guided/Independent Practice: * Mole Ratios Hm. Wk. (Due TH.) - Formative/Summative Assessment – Test (Reaction Types, Balancing, Chem. of a Candle)

     

       Thursday – Reaction Prediction and Interpretation (Mole to Liters)

    - Notes: Equation Interpretation (Mole to Liters)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Mole to Mass Stoichiometry Problems 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L6: Single Replacement Rxn.

     

        Friday – Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Liters) 

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction (Synthesis), Equation Interpretation (Mole to Liters)  

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Reaction Types POGIL

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. The learner will choose how best to illustrate the concept of combustion on a summative exam this week.

     

     

     

    Week 14 (11/28/16 – 12/2/16)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Review Chemical Equations, Reaction Types

    - Notes: Reaction Types/Balancing

    Guided and Independent Practice – Chemical Reactions, Balancing Equations

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L5 Combustion Cont.

     

    Tuesday – Reaction Prediction and Interpretation  

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction Practice, Reaction Interpretation 

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Mole Ratios (POGIL)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Conclusion L5

     

      Wednesday – Reaction Prediction and Interpretation * Hm. Work (Due TH.)

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction Practice 

    Guided/Independent Practice: * Mole Ratios Hm. Wk. (Due TH.), Reaction Prediction Practice (Synthesis, Decomposition)

    Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

      Thursday – Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mole)

    - Notes: Equation Interpretation (Mole to Mole Stoichiometry)

    Guided/Independent Practice: Mole to Mole Stoichiometry Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

     

      Friday – Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mass) 

    - Notes: Equation Prediction Practice (Single Replacement), Mole to Mass  

    Guided/Independent Practice: Single Replacement Reactions, Mole to Mass        Conversions

    Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. 

     
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    PreAP/Honors Chemistry 

     

     

    Week 13 (11/14/16 – 11/18/16)  

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8 The student can quantify the changes that occur during chemical reactions.

       C.8(D) Use the law of conservation of mass to write and balance chemical equations.

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Mole, Mole Ratios, Reactants, Products, % Composition, Conservation of Mass, Stoichiometric Calculations

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Chemical Equations, Reaction Types

    - Notes: Reaction Types

    Guided and Independent Practice – Chemical Reactions, Balancing Equations

    Formative/Summative Assessment: 

     

    Tuesday – Reaction Prediction and Interpretation   * Hm. Work

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction Practice 

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Chemical Equation Balancing * Hm.Wk. (Due Wednesday)

    Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

      Wednesday – Reaction Prediction and Interpretation

    - Notes: Reaction Prediction Practice 

    Guided/Independent Practice: Reaction Prediction Problems (Synthesis, Decomposition)

    Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

     

     Thursday – Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mole)

    - Notes: Equation Interpretation (Mole Ratios)

    Guided/Independent Practice: Mole Ratios  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L5 Combustion Reactions 

     

     

    Friday – Reaction Interpretation (Mole to Mass) 

    - Notes: Equation Prediction Practice (Single Replacement)  

    Guided/Independent Practice: Con. Of Mass and Chemical Equations

    Formative/Summative Assessment – L5 Combustion Reactions 

     

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style.

     

     

     

     
     

     

    Week 11 (10/31/16 – 11/4/16)   * Test Thursday Covalent Compounds

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C7A-B,C8A The student will understand chemical nomenclature for ionic, covalent, and acids.

    II. Language Objective: Classify, Identify, and Compare: Nomenclature, IUPAC, Ionic vs. Covalent Compounds, Ion, Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Acid vs. Base.

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Covalent Nomenclature, Acid Nomenclature,

    - Notes: Covalent Compound Nomenclature, Acid Nomenclature

    Guided and Independent Practice – Acid and Covalent Cmpd. Nomenclature

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Finish Formation of an Ionic Cmpd. Due

     

     

    Tuesday – Covalent Nomenclature  * Hm. Work

    - Notes: Covalent Cmpd. Nomenclature 

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Covalent Cmpd.Nomenclature * Hm.Wk. (Due Wednesday)

    Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

      Wednesday – Chemical Equations

    - Notes: Chemical Equations 

    Guided/Independent Practice: Test Review (Covalent Cmpd’s Nomenclature)

    Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

     

     Thursday – Chemical Equations

     

    - Notes: Chemical Equations and Reactions

    Guided/Independent Practice: Con. Of Mass and Equations

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test - Covalent Cmpd. Nomenclature. 

     

     

    Friday – Chemical Reactions and Conservation of Mass

     

    - Notes: Chemical Reactions Types/Equations

    Guided/Independent Practice: Con. Of Mass and Chemical Equations

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – L5 Con. Mass II

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Th. 11/3 - Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of the Law of Conservation of Mass.

     

     

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    Week 10 (10/24/16 – 10/28/16)  * Test Th. Binary/Ternary (Multi. Charge), Metric Conv.

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C7A-B,C8A The student will understand chemical nomenclature for ionic, covalent, and acids.

    II. Language Objective: Classify, Identify, and Compare: Nomenclature, IUPAC, Ionic vs. Covalent Compounds, Ion, Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Acid vs. Base.

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Acid Nomenclature, Ternary Ionic Compound (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Notes: Acid Nomenclature, Ternary Ionic Comp. (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Guided and Independent Practice –Ternary Cmpd's (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Formation of an Ionic Cmpd

     

     

    Tuesday – Acid Nomenclature * Hm. Work.

    - Notes: Acid Nomenclature, Test Review

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Acid Nomenclature * Hm.Wk. (Due Wednesday)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Formation of an Ionic Cmpd. Conclusion

     

      Wednesday – Chemical Reactions/Equations

    - Notes: Test Review, Chemical Reactions/Equations 

    Guided/Independent Practice: Test Review, Chemical Equations

    Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

     

     

    Thursday – Chemical Reactions/Equations

     

    - Notes: Acid/Base Compounds

    Guided/Independent Practice: Acid Nomenclature

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Bi.Ternary (Multi. Charge), Metric Conv. 

     

    Friday – Chemical Reactions/Equations

     

    - Notes: Covalent Compound Nomenclature, Chemical Reactions/Equations

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Covalent Cmpd's

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Test Bi.Ternary (Multi. Charge), Metric Conv

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Monday 10/24 - Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of the Law of Conservation of Mass.

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry

     

    Week 9 (10/17/16 – 10/21/16)

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C7A-B,C8A The student will understand chemical nomenclature for ionic, covalent, and acids.

    II. Language Objective: Classify, Identify, and Compare: Nomenclature, IUPAC, Ionic vs. Covalent Compounds, Ion, Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Acid vs. Base.

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Binary Ionic Compound (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Notes: Bi Ionic Comp. (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Binary Ionic Cmpd's (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

    Tuesday – Ternary and Binary Ionic Compounds (Multi. Ox. #)  * Hm. Work Due Wed.

    - Notes: Bi Ionic Comp. (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Ternary Ionic Cmpds (Multi Ox. #) Hm. Wk.

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Formation of an Ionic Cmpd.

     

      

    Wednesday – Ternary and Binary Ionic Compounds (Multi. Ox. #)  

    - Notes: Ternary Ionic Cmpd's (Fixed and Multi.  Ox. #) * Porportions and Metric System

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Metric Conversions

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – L4 Formation of an Ionic Cmpd. Conclusion

     

     

     

    Thursday – Acid/Base Nomenclature

     

    - Notes: Acid/Base Compounds

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Acid Nomenclature

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Quiz Bi/Ternary Ionic (multi ox. #'s)

     

     

    Friday – Acid Base Nomenclature, Covalent Compounds,

     

    - Notes: Covalent Compounds

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Covalent Cmpd's

    - Formative/Summative Assessment –  

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Monday 10/10 - Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of the Law of Conservation of Mass.

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry

     

    Week 8 (10/10/16 – 10/14/16)

     

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C7A-B,C8A The student will understand chemical nomenclature for ionic, covalent, and acids.

    II. Language Objective: Classify, Identify, and Compare: Nomenclature, IUPAC, Ionic vs. Covalent Compounds, Ion, Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Acid vs. Base.

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Holiday

     

    - Notes:

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

    Tuesday – Binary Ionic Compound (Multi. Ox. #)

     

    - Notes: Bi Ionic Comp. (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Binary Ionic Cmpd's (Multi. Ox. #)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Con. Mass (Conclusion) , Finish Test Ionic Nomenclature

     

      

    Wednesday – Ternary and Binary Ionic Compounds (Multi. Ox. #)  * Hm. Work Due TH.

     

    - Notes: Ternary Ionic Cmpd's (Fixed and Multi.  Ox. #), Sci. Notation Review

    - Guided/Independent Practice: * Bi. Ionic Cmpd. (Multi Ox #) Hm. Wk. Due TH.

    - Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

     

    Thursday – Ternary Ionic Compounds (Fixed and Multiple Charge)

     

    - Notes: Ternary Ionic Cmpd's

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Ternary Ionic Cmpd's (Various Chg.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Intro. L5 Conservation Mass II

     

     

    Friday –  Covalent Compounds, Ternary Ionic Cmpd's  * Hm. Wk.  Due Mon.

     

    - Notes: Covalent Compounds

    - Guided/Independent Practice: * Ternary Ionic Cmpd. (Hm. Wk. Due Monday)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment –  L5 Con. Mass II

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Monday 10/10 - Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of the Law of Conservation of Mass.

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry

     

    Week 7 (10/3/16 – 10/7/16)  

                       

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C7A-B,C8A The student will understand chemical nomenclature for ionic, covalent, and acids. 

    II. Language Objective: Classify, Identify, and Compare: Nomenclature, IUPAC, Ionic vs. Covalent Compounds, Ion, Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Acid vs. Base.

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Atoms vs. Ions, Chemical Compounds * Hm. Work

     

    - Notes: Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Operating w/Sig Figs, Test Review

    - Guided and Independent Practice – * Op. w/Sig Figs (Hm. Wk. Due Wed.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Con. Mass Intro. 

     

    Tuesday – Ions, Binary Ionic Compounds

     

    - Notes: Ion Formation and Charge, Binary Ionic Cmpd's (Fix Charge), Test Rev.

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Ions and Charge vs. Binary Ionic Cmpd's

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Con. Mass (Open) 

     

    Wednesday – Binary Ionic Compounds Multiple Charge  * Hm. Work

     

    - Notes: Bi. Ionic Cmpd's (Fixed/Multi. Chg.), Sci. Notation   

    - Guided/Independent Practice: * Bi. Ionic Cmpd. Fix Charge (Hm. Wk. Due TH.) 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – L4 Con. Mass (Closed)

     

     

    Thursday – Ternary Ionic Cmpounds, Bi.Ionic Cmpd's (Multiple Charge) 

     

    - Notes: Bi. Ionic (Mul. Chg.), Ternary Ionic Cmpd's, Test Review

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Bi. Ionic Cmpd. (Various Chg.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L4 Con. Mass (Conclusion) * Due Friday

     

     

    Friday –  Covalent Compounds, Ternary Ionic Cmpd's  * Hm. Wk.  Due Mon.

    - Notes: Covalent Compounds

    - Guided/Independent Practice: * Ternary Ionic Cmpd. (Hm. Wk. Due Monday)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – (Test - SIg Figs, Ion Formation, Bi. Ionic Cmpd's Fixed Charge, Sci. Notation)

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Monday 10/10 - Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of an atom and atoms interacting.)

     

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    Pre AP/Honors Chem
     

    Week 6 (9/26/16 – 9/30/16)  

                       

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C7A-B,C8A The student will understand chemical nomenclature for ionic, covalent, and acids. 

    II. Language Objective: Classify, Identify, and Compare- Nomenclature, IUPAC, Ionic vs. Covalent Compounds, Ion, Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Acid vs. Base.

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Atoms, Ions, Chemical Compounds

     

    - Notes: Neutral vs. Charged Atom, Operating w/Sig Figs

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Op. w/Sig Figs (Hm. Wk.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L3 Vol. Drop H2O

     

     

    Tuesday – Atoms, Ions, Chemical Compounds * Hm. Work

     

    - Notes: Nu. vs. Cgd. Atom, Ion Formation/Charge, Ionic Cmpd's

    - Guided/Independent Practice – * Ions and Charge

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

    Wednesday – Ion Charge, Ionic Cmpd. Nomenclature * Hm. Wk.

     

    - Notes: Ionic Cmpd. Nomenclature (Bi. Fixed Chg.), Proportions

    - Guided/Independent Practice: * Bi. Ionic Cmpd. (Fixed Chg)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment –

     

     

    Thursday – Ionic Cmpd. Nomenclature

     

    - Notes: Ionic Cmpd. Nomen. (Bi. Various Chg.), Sci. Notation

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Bi. Ionic Cmpd. (Various Chg.) Sci. Notation

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL

     

     

    Friday – Ionic Cmpd. Nomenclature * Hm. Work

     

    - Notes: Ionic Cmpd. Nomen. (Ternary), Metric Conversions

    - Guided/Independent Practice: * Bi. Ionic Cmpd. (Various Chg.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – L#4 Gum and Mass

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (TH. 9/27 - Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of an atom and atoms interacting.)

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry

     

    Week 5 (9/19/16 – 9/23/16)   *Test Monday          

                       

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.4(A-D),C5A-C  The student knows the characteristics of matter and can analyze the relationships between chemical and physical changes and properties.

     

    II. Language Objective: Differentiate, Classify, Identify, and Compare Matter

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: The Atom, Math of Chemistry (Uncertainty and Data)

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: * Test Classification/Properties Matter, Sig Figs.

     

     

     Tuesday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Chem. Math Review (Sig Figs and Rounding)

    - Guided/Independent Practice –Round w/Sig Figs (Hm. Wk.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: L#3 Diameter

     

     

     Wednesday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Chem. Math Review (Ratios/Proportions)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Dimensional Analysis Techniques (Metrics)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – L#3 Diameter, POGIL

     

     

    Thursday –Particles and Matter

     

    - Notes: The Atom (particles, mass expressions), Math of Chemistry (Metrics, Graphing)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Sci. Notation, Ratios/Proportions (Hm. Wk.) 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL

     

     

    Friday – Particles and Matter

     

    - Notes: The Atom (Mass Expressions), Math of Chemistry (Metrics & Exponential Scale)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Graphing Hm. Wk.

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – L#4 Gum and Mass

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (TH. 9/22 - Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of an atom and atoms interacting.)

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 3 (9/5/16 – 9/9/16)   *Test Friday (* See 9/9)          

                        

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.4(A-D),C5A-C  The student knows the characteristics of matter and can analyze the relationships between chemical and physical changes and properties.

     

    II. Language Objective: Differentiate, Classify, Identify, and Compare Matter

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Holiday

     

    - Notes:

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

     Tuesday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Classification of Matter, Chem. Math Review (Sig Figs and Rounding, Uncertainty)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Sub. vs. Mix. (Hm.Wk. Review), Round w/Sig Figs (Hm. Wk.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Assessment Chemistry Concepts, Pre #2 Zn/HCl

     

     

     Wednesday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Properties of Matter, Chem. Math Review (Sci. Notation)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Dimensional Analysis Techniques (Metrics)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – POGIL, #2 Zn/HCl

     

     

    Thursday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: The Atom, Math of Chemistry (Ratios/Proportions)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Sci. Notation, Ratios/Proportions (Hm. Wk.)  

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish POGIL, Post #2 Zn/HCl

     

     

    Friday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: The Atom, Math of Chemistry (Metrics Conversions)

    - Guided/Independent Practice:

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – * Test Classification/Properties Matter, Sig Figs.

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of an atom and atoms interacting.)

     

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    Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 2 (9/5/16 – 9/9/16)   *Test Friday (* See 9/9)          

                        

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.4(A-D),C5A-C  The student knows the characteristics of matter and can analyze the relationships between chemical and physical changes and properties.

     

    II. Language Objective: Differentiate, Classify, Identify, and Compare Matter

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Holiday

     

    - Notes:

    - Guided and Independent Practice –

    Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

     Tuesday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Classification of Matter, Chem. Math Review (Sig Figs and Rounding, Uncertainty)

    Guided/Independent Practice – Sub. vs. Mix. (Hm.Wk. Review), Round w/Sig Figs (Hm. Wk.)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Assessment Chemistry Concepts, Pre #2 Zn/HCl

     

     

     Wednesday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Properties of Matter, Chem. Math Review (Sci. Notation)

    Guided/Independent Practice: Dimensional Analysis Techniques (Metrics)

    Formative/Summative Assessment – POGIL, #2 Zn/HCl

     

     

    Thursday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: The Atom, Math of Chemistry (Ratios/Proportions)

    Guided/Independent Practice: Sci. Notation, Ratios/Proportions (Hm. Wk.)  

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish POGIL, Post #2 Zn/HCl

     

     

    Friday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: The Atom, Math of Chemistry (Metrics Conversions)

    - Guided/Independent Practice:

    Formative/Summative Assessment – * Test Classification/Properties Matter, Sig Figs.

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of an atom and atoms interacting.)

     

     

     

    Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 2 (8/29/16 – 9/2/16)   *Atom project due Tuesday 9/6          

                        

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.4(A-D),C5A-C  The student knows the characteristics of matter and can analyze the relationships between chemical and physical changes and properties.

     

    II. Language Objective: Differentiate, Classify, Identify, and Compare Matter

     

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Classification and Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Classification of Matter, Lab Safety

    Guided and Independent Practice – Complete #1 Al, Matter Classification

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Assessment Chemistry Concepts

     

     

     Tuesday – Classification and Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Classification of Matter, Math of Chemistry Review

    Guided and Independent Practice – Substances vs. Mixtures (Hm.Work)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     

     Wednesday – Properties of Matter

     

    - Notes: Properties of Matter, Math of Chemistry Review

    Guided/Independent Practice: Dimensional Analysis Techniques  (Metrics)

    Formative/Summative Assessment – POGIL

     

     

    Thursday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: Properties of Matter, Math of Chemistry,

    Guided/Independent Practice: Sig Figs and Rounding, #2 Zn/HCl

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish POGIL

     

     

    Friday – The Atom

     

    - Notes: Properties of Matter (Interactions, Changes)

    Guided/Independent Practice: Physical vs. Chemical, Draw Your Favorite Atom (Hm. Work)  

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – #2 Zn/HCl 

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will illustrate and describe their representation of an atom and atoms interacting.)

     

     

     
     

    Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 35 (5/16/16 – 5/20/16)            * Test Gas Laws II Friday (Vol. vs. T, Pressure vs. T)

                        

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole; C.9.A describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, Avogadro’s law, Dalton’s law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept

     

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Temperature v. Volume - Charles Law

     

    - Notes: Gas Laws (Charles Law)

    Guided and Independent Practice – Charles Law

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Gas Variables

     

     

     Tuesday –Temperature v. Pressure – Gay Lussac’s Law

     

    - Notes: Gas Laws (P vs. V)

    Guided and Independent Practice – Gay Lusac’s Law 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Charles Law Activity

     

     

     Wednesday – Pressure v. Temperature Gay Lussac’s Law 

     

    - Notes: Pressure vs.Temperature

    Guided/Independent Practice: Guy Lussac’s Law

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Gay Lussac’s Activity

     

     

    Thursday – Amt. of Gas and Gas Behavior (Ideal Gas Law)

     

    - Notes: Ideal Gas Law

    Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Boyles Law Lab 

     

     

    Friday – Nuclear Chemistry

     

    - Notes: The Nuclear Atom, Ideal Gas Law

    Guided/Independent Practice: Cause of radioactive Decay and Types of Decay

    - Formative/Summative –  Gas Law Test II (V vs T, P vs. T) Finish Boyles Law Lab 

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write and present a scientific article review of their choice.)

     

     

     

     
    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 34 (5/9/16 – 5/13/16)            * Test Gas Laws I Tuesday

                        

    I. Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole; C.9.A describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, Avogadro’s law, Dalton’s law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept

     

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Test Review - Volume v. Pressure of a Gas Boyles Law

     

    - Notes: Gas Laws

    Guided and Independent Practice – Boyles Law

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Gas Variables

     

     

     Tuesday – Test Volume v. Pressure ( Boyles Law)Temperature; Charles Law

     

    - Notes: Gas Laws (Charles Law)

    Guided and Independent - Practice - Charles Law 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test - Pressure v. Volume (Boyles Law) 

     

     

     Wednesday – Pressure v. Temperature Gay Lussac’s Law 

     

    - Notes: Pressure vs.Temperature

    Guided/Independent Practice: Guy Lussac’s Law

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Charles Law Activity, Odyssey Molecular Modeling Program

     

     

    Thursday – Amt. of Gas and Gas Behavior (Ideal Gas Law)

     

    - Notes: Ideal Gas Law

    Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Boyles Law Lab 

     

     

    Friday – Nuclear Chemistry

     

    - Notes: The Nuclear Atom

    Guided/Independent Practice: Cause of radioactive Decay and Types of Decay

    - Formative/Summative – Finish Boyles Law Lab 

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write and present a scientific article review of their choice.)

     

     

     

     

     
    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 33 (5/2/16 – 5/6/16)            * Test Gas Laws I  Wednesday

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole; C.9.A describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, Avogadro’s law, Dalton’s law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept

     

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Volume v. Pressure of a Gas Boyles Law

     

    - Notes: Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume of Gas

    Guided and Independent Practice – Boyles Law

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Gas Variables

     

     

     Tuesday –  Volume v. Temperature Charles Law

     

    - Notes: Gas Law

    Guided and Independent Practice - Charles Law 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pogil Activity Gas Variables 

     

     Wednesday – Pressure v. Temperature Gay Lussacs Law 

    - Notes: Kinetic Molecular Theory, Gaseous Behavior

    Guided/Independent Practice: "Odyssey" Gas Behavior

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Boyles Law

     

     

    Thursday – Gaseous Behavior

     

    - Notes: The Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice: Gay Lussacs Law

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Boyles Law Lab 

     

    Friday – Gas Behavior

     

    - Notes: The Gaseous Laws

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Ideal Gas Law

    Formative/Summative – Charles Law Lab 

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write and present a scientific article review of their choice.)

     

     

     

     

     
    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 31 (4/18/16 – 4/22/16)   

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole; C.9.A describe and calculate the relations between volume, pressure, number of moles, and temperature for an ideal gas as described by Boyle’s law, Charles’ law, Avogadro’s law, Dalton’s law of partial pressure, and the ideal gas law

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept

     

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume of a Gas

     

    - Notes: Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume of Gas

    Guided and Independent Practice – "Limiting Reagent Problems"

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Activity

     

     

     Tuesday – Molar Volume Gas, Limiting Reagent

     

    - Notes: Molar Volume of Gas, Limiting Reagent

    Guided/Independent Practice - Molar Vol. Gas Problems

    - Hm. Work - Limiting Reagent Practice Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Lab

     

     

     Wednesday – Gaseous Behavior 

    - Notes: Kinetic Molecular Theory, Gaseous Behavior

    Guided/Independent Practice: Odyssey Gas Behavior

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Lab (Periods 1,3,7) Stoichiometry

     

     

    Thursday – Gaseous Behavior

     

    - Notes: The Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice: Odyssey Gas Behavior

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  Lab (Periods 2,4) Stoichiometry

     

     

    Friday – Gas Behavior

     

    - Notes: The Gaseous Laws

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Hm. Work - Pressure vs. Volume, Volume vs. Temperature 

    Formative/Summative – Lab Review

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write and present a scientific article review of their choice.)

     

     

     

     

    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 30 (4/11/16 – 4/15/16)    * Test Stoichiometry I Tuesday

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept

     

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – Molar Conversions, Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume of a Gas

     

    - Notes: Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume of Gas

    - Guided and Independent Practice – "Limiting Reagent Problems"

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Activity Review

     

     

     Tuesday – Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume Gas

     

    - Notes: Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume of Gas

    Guided/Independent Practice - Molar Vol. Gas Problems

    - Hm. Work - Limiting Reagent Practice Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Pre Lab

     

     

     Wednesday – Gaseous Behavior, Limiting Reagent, Molar Volume Gas

     

    - Notes: Kinetic Molecular Theory, Gaseous Behavior

    Guided/Independent Practice: Test Review

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Lab (Periods 1-3,8) Stoichiometry

     

     

    Thursday – Gaseous Behavior

     

    - Notes: The Gas Laws

    Guided/Independent Practice: Gas Behavior

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Stoichiometry I 

     

     

    Friday – Gas Behavior

     

    - Notes: The Gaseous Laws

    - Guided/Independent Practice 

    Formative/Summative - Lab (Periods 4,7)

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write and present a scientific article review of their choice.)

     

      

    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 29 (4/4/16 – 4/8/16)    * Test Stoichiometry I Friday

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Mole Conversions and Equations Ratios

     

    - Notes: Molar Volume of Gas

    - Guided and Independent Practice – "Mole ratios" POGIL

    Formative/Summative Assessment: POGIL Activity

     

     

     Tuesday – Molar Volume Gas

     

    - Notes: Mixed Mole Conversions

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish POGIL "Mole Ratios", Molar Vol. Gas

    - Hm. Work - Mole to Mass Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  

     

     

     Wednesday – Limiting Reagent

     

    - Notes: Limiting Reagent Conversions

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Hm. Work Molar Vol. Gas Stoichiometry

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

    Thursday – Limiting Reagent

     

    - Notes: Limiting Reagent

    Guided/Independent Practice: Limiting Reagent

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Review

     

     

     

    Friday – The Chemical Mole

     

    - Notes: The Gaseous State

    - Guided/Independent Practice –

     

     

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Stoichiometry Test I

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write and present a scientific article review of their choice concerning rabies.)

     

    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 27 (3/21/16 – 3/25/16)    * Rabies Article Review Due Tuesday 3/22

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

     

    Monday – The Chemical Mole

     

    - Notes: The Mole

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Mole to Mass

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish Bonding Test

     

     

     Tuesday – The Chemical Mole

     

    - Notes: The Mole

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish POGIL “Bond Energy”, Mole to Mass Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  

     

     

     Wednesday – The Chemical Mole

     

    - Notes: The Chemical Mole

    Guided/Independent Practice: Mole to Particles

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

     

    Thursday – The Chemical Mole

     

    - Notes: The Chemical Mole and Equations

    Guided/Independent Practice: Mole to Particle Problems 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Mole Conversions

    - Pre Lab

     

     

    Friday – The Chemical Mole

     

    - Notes: Chemical Equations and Molar Relationships

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Molar Relationships

    Formative/Summative Assessment:

    - Lab

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, will use choice to adapt an assignment or project to meet their individual learning style. (Students, will write a scientific article review of their choice concerning rabies.) 

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 26 (3/7/16 – 3/11/16)    * Rabies Protocol Project Friday   * Test Friday Chemical Bonding

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS C.8(A-C) define and use the concept of a mole

     

    II. Language Objective: Mole Concept, Inter-Molecular Forces

    The learner: can use the mole concept to calculate the number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a sample of matter. 

    The learner will be able to compare and contrast the Intermolecular Forces (IMF’s).

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Inter-Molecular Forces

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Intermolecular Forces, Hydrogen Bonding, London Dispersion forces, Dipole-Dipole, Van der Waals Forces, The Mole) 

    - Notes: Hydrogen Bonding and Intermolecular Forces

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Polar vs.Non Polar

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Properties of Water

    - Lab: Finish Water lab

     

     Tuesday – Inter-Molecular Forces

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Intermolecular Forces, Hydrogen Bonding, London Dispersion forces, Dipole-Dipole, Van der Waals Forces, The Mole) 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish POGIL “Bond Energy”, Electronegativity and Bond Type

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  

     

     Wednesday – The Chemical Mole

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice: (Intermolecular Forces, Hydrogen Bonding, London Dispersion forces, Dipole-Dipole, Van der Waals Forces, The Mole) 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces, The Chemical Mole

    Guided/Independent Practice: Molar Mass

    Formative/Summative Assessment – IMF Activity

    - Pre Lab: 

     

    Thursday – The Chemical Mole

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice:  

    - Notes: The Chemical Mole and Equations

    Guided/Independent Practice: Mole to Mole Conversions 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test Review

    - Lab

     

    Friday – The Chemical Mole

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice: (Intermolecular Forces, Hydrogen Bonding, London Dispersion forces, Dipole-Dipole, Van der Waals Forces, The Mole) 

    - Notes: Chemical Equations and Molar Relationships

    - Guided and Independent Practice – 

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Test - Intramolecular Bonding and Intermolecular Forces  

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students, working in groups design a game, to learn IMF’s)   

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

     

      

    Week 25 (2/29/16 – 3/4/16)    * Rabies Protocol Due Friday   * Test Friday Chemical Bonding

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS (7C-7E) Chemical Bonding

    The learner: knows and understands how energy affects bonding, and the difference between bonds and forces. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Bonding

    The learner will be able to compare and contrast the Intermolecular Forces (IMF’s). The learner: will using orbital theory explain the nature of bonding and distinguish between ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding. 

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday –Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: “Strong/Weak Bonds”, “Forces”, Electronegativity and Bond Type

    - Guided and Independent Practice – What is the Charge Problems

    Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

     Tuesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: - Notes: “True Bonds” vs. Forces

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish POGIL “Bond Energy”, Electronegativity and Bond Type

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  

     

     Wednesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Electronegativity, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces

    Guided/Independent Practice: Acid Nomenclature

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Electronegativity and Bond Type

    - Pre Lab: 

     

    Thursday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces

    Guided/Independent Practice: Intermolecular Forces

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Hydrogen Bonding

     

    Friday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces, Molecular Compounds

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Intermolecular Forces

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Finish Hydrogen Bonding

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students, working in groups design a game, to learn IMF’s)   

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

     

      

    Week 24 (2/22/16 – 2/26/16)     

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS (7C-7E) Chemical Bonding

    The learner: knows and understands how energy affects bonding, and the difference between bonds and forces. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Bonding

    The learner: will using orbital theory explain the nature of bonding and distinguish between ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding.  The learner will be able to compare and contrast the Intermolecular Forces (IMF’s).

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday –Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: “Strong Bonds”, Electronegativity and Bond Type, Acid Nomenclature

    - Guided and Independent Practice – What is the Charge

    Formative/Summative Assessment:

    - Post Lab II: Formula of a Hydrate and IMF

     

     Tuesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: - Notes: “Strong Bonds”, Columbic Forces, Acid Nomenclature

    Guided/Independent Practice – Finish POGIL “Bond Energy”, Electronegativity and Bond Type

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  Acid Nomenclature (https://www.quia.com/mc/119963.html)

     

     Wednesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Columbic Forces, Metallic Bonding, Intermolecular Forces

    Guided/Independent Practice: Acid Nomenclature

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

    - Pre Lab: Copper Oxide Envelope

     

    Thursday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces

    Guided/Independent Practice: Intermolecular Forces

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Lab

    -  

    Friday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Intermolecular Forces, Molecular Compounds

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Intermolecular Forces

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Lab

    Post Lab: Copper Oxide Envelope

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students, working in groups design a game, to learn molecular cmpd’s)   

     

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     General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 23 (2/15/16 – 2/19/16)     

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS (7C-7E) Chemical Bonding

    The learner: knows and understands how energy affects bonding, and the difference between bonds and forces. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Bonding

    The learner: will using orbital theory explain the nature of bonding and distinguish between ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding.  The learner will be able to compare and contrast the Intermolecular Forces (IMF’s).

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Student Holiday

     

    Tuesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: - Notes: Columbic Forces, Ionic Compounds (Ternary)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – POGIL “Bond Energy”

    Formative/Summative Assessment:  

     

    Wednesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Columbic Forces, Acid Nomenclature

    Guided/Independent Practice: POGIL – “Bond Energy”, What is the Charge

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

    - Pre Lab: Formula of a Hydrate and IMF

     

    Thursday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Electronegativity and Bond Type, Acid Nomenclature

    Guided/Independent Practice: Acid Nomenclature

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

    - Lab: Formula of a Hydrate and IMF

     

    Friday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: “Strong Bonds”, Electronegativity and Bond Type

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Electronegativity and Bond Type

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Acid Nomenclature (https://www.quia.com/mc/119963.html)

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students, working in groups design a game, to learn molecular cmpd’s)   

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 22 (2/8/16 – 2/12/16)     

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS (7C-7E) Chemical Bonding

    The learner: knows and understands how energy affects bonding, and the difference between bonds and forces. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Bonding

    The learner: will using orbital theory explain the nature of bonding and distinguish between ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding.  The learner will be able to compare and contrast the Intermolecular Forces (IMF’s).

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Energy and Chemical Bonding, Ionic Compounds (Ternary and Multiple Valences)

    Guided/Independent Practice – Energy and Bonding, Ionic Compound Nomenclature (Binary Multiple Ox. #)

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Ternary Ionic Nomenclature ( https://www.quia.com/mc/825304.html )

     

     Tuesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: - Notes: Columbic Forces, Ionic Compounds (Ternary)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Hm. Wk. Ionic Compound Nomenclature (Ternary)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:  Ternary Ionic Nomenclature ( https://www.quia.com/mc/825304.html )

     

    Wednesday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Columbic Forces, Acid Nomenclature

    Guided/Independent Practice: POGIL - “Columbic Forces”

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – 

    - Pre Lab: Formula of a Hydrate

     

    Thursday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Electronegativity and Bond Type, Acid Nomenclature

    Guided/Independent Practice: POGIL - “Columbic Forces”

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

    - Lab: Formula of a Hydrate

     

    Friday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: “Strong Bonds”, Electronegativity and Bond Type

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Electronegativity and Bond Type

    Formative/Summative Assessment: Acid Nomenclature (https://www.quia.com/mc/119963.html)

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students, working in groups design a game, to learn molecular cmpd’s)   

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 21 (1/1/16 – 1/5/16)   * Test Friday

      

                         

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS (7C-7E) Chemical Bonding

    The learner: knows and understands how energy affects bonding, and the difference between bonds and forces. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Bonding

    The learner: will using orbital theory explain the nature of bonding and distinguish between ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding.  The learner will be able to compare and contrast the Intermolecular Forces (IMF’s).

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Ternary and Multiple Valences)

    Guided/Independent Practice – Ionic Compound Nomenclature (Binary Multiple Ox. #)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: https://www.quia.com/mc/65800.html

     

     Tuesday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Notes: - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Ternary)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Hm. Wk. Ionic Compound Nomenclature (Binary Multiple Ox. #)

    - Lab (Next Week)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

    Wednesday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature) 

    - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Ternary and Acid Nomenclature)

    Guided/Independent Practice – Ternary Multi-Valence

    Formative/Summative Assessment – Polyatomic Ions ( http://www.sporcle.com/games/sproutcm/so_few_cations ) 

     

    Thursday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Energy and Chemical Bonding

    Guided/Independent Practice: Energy and Bonding;

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

    - Pre Lab: Formula of a Hydrate

     

    Friday – Chemical Bonding

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Metallic Bond, Intermolecular Forces) 

    - Notes: Strong Bonds vs. Weak Bonds vs. Forces

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Electronegativity and Bond Type

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Chemical Nomenclature

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students, working in groups design a game, to learn molecular cmpd’s)   

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

     

      

    Week 20 (1/25/16 – 1/29/16)   

      

    ** “The Radioactive Boy Scout” - Capstone Project - Period 8 Due 2/21/16

                            

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS(7A-7B) Chemical Nomenclature

    The learner: knows and understands the method of naming and writing chemical compounds. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Nomenclature

    The learner: will name ionic compounds containing main group or transition metals, covalent compounds, acids, and bases, using International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) nomenclature rules. Write the chemical formulas of common polyatomic ions, ionic compounds containing main group or transition metals, covalent compounds, acids.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Binary and Ternary)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Ionic Compound Nomenclature (Binary Fixed)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

    - Pre Lab: (Combustion of a Candle II)

     

     Tuesday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Notes: - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Binary and Ternary)

    - Guided/Independent PracticeHm. Wk. Compound Nomenclature (Binary Fixed)

    - Lab (Combustion of a Candle Part II) 

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

    Wednesday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature) 

    - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Binary and Ternary Multi-Valence)

    - Guided/Independent Practice – Binary and Ternary Multi-Valence

    - Formative/Summative AssessmentBinary Ionic Nomenclature

     

    Thursday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature) 

    - Notes: Molecular Compounds, Polyatomic Ions

    - Guided/Independent Practice:  Molecular Compound Nomenclature

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

    - Pre Lab: Formula of a Hydrate

     

    Friday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Notes: Molecular Compound Nomenclature

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Molecular Compounds

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Molecular Compounds

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students, working in groups design a game, to learn molecular cmpd’s)   

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 19 (1/18/16 – 1/22/16)   

      

    ** “The Radioactive Boy Scout” - Capstone Project - Period 8 Due 2/21/16

                            

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS(7A-7B) Chemical Nomenclature

    The learner: knows and understands the method of naming and writing chemical compounds. 

     

    II. Language Objective: Chemical Nomenclature

    The learner: will name ionic compounds containing main group or transition metals, covalent compounds, acids, and bases, using International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) nomenclature rules. Write the chemical formulas of common polyatomic ions, ionic compounds containing main group or transition metals, covalent compounds, acids.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Student Holiday (MLK)

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Summative Assessment:

    - Notes:

    - Independent Practice:  

    - Lab:

     

    Tuesday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Notes: Test Review (Electron Configuration)

    - Independent Practice/Guided Practice –

    - Pre Lab: (Combustion of a Candle II)

    - Formative/Summative  Assessment: Test Part II Electron Configuration

     

    Wednesday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature) 

    - Notes: Ions, Chemical Bonding, Ionic Cmpds.  

    - Formative/Summative Assessment – Finish Test Part II Electron Configuration

    - Finish Lab (Combustion of a Candle Part II) 

     

    Thursday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature) 

    - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Binary and Ternary)

    - Guided/Independent Practice: Ions and Charge (Hm. Wk.)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment:

     

    Friday – Chemical Nomenclature

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Ions, Ionic Bond, Ionic Compound, Molecule, Molecular Bond, Molecular Compound, Hydronium Ion, Acids, Binary, Ternary, Chemical Nomenclature)

    - Notes: Ionic Compounds (Binary and Ternary), Molecular Compound Nomenclature

    - Guided and Independent Practice – Ionic Compound Nomenclature (Binary)

    - Formative/Summative Assessment: Determining Charge and Ionic Compounds

     

    IV. Learner Choice: The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style. (Students in groups chose how to illustrate the ground state electron cloud of scandium) 

     

     

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 18  (1/11/16 – 1/15/16)   

      

    ** “The Radioactive Boy Scout” Period 8 

         - Capstone Project Due end 3rd six weeks

                            

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS(6A-6E) ATOMIC THEORY

    The learner:  Knows and understands the historical development of atomic theory.

     

    II. Language Objective: Atomic Theory

    The learner will: calculate the wavelength, frequency, and energy of light; understand the mathematical relationships between energy, frequency, and wavelength of light; understand the experimental design and conclusions of the modern atomic theory; express the arrangement of electrons in atoms.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals,Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Summative Assessment:

    - Notes: Quantum #’s, Electron Configuration

    - Independent Practice:  Electron Configuration POGIL

    - Pre Lab

     

    Tuesday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: Electron Configuration

    - Independent Practice – Electron configuration

    - Lab:

     

    Wednesday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: -

    - Summative Assessment –

    - Post Lab 

     

    Thursday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes:

    - Guided and Independent Practice:  

    - Sumative Assessment:

     

    Friday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes:  

    - Guided and Independent Practice – 

    - Summative  Assessment -

     

    IV. Choice

     

    * The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style.

     

    Honors/Pre-AP Chemistry:

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 16  (12/14/15 – 12/18/15)   

     

    *** Isotope Project (Periods 3, 4, 8): Introduction, Ideas, Due Date 11/18

     

    ** “The Radioactive Boy Scout” Period 2 (9/14 – 11/2015)   

         - Capstone Project Due 11/18

                            

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS(6A-6E) ATOMIC THEORY

    The learner:  Knows and understands the historical development of atomic theory.

     

    II. Language Objective: Atomic Theory

    The learner will: calculate the wavelength, frequency, and energy of light; understand the mathematical relationships between energy, frequency, and wavelength of light; understand the experimental design and conclusions of the modern atomic theory; express the arrangement of electrons in atoms.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals,Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Summative Assessment: Final Exam Review

    - Notes: Quantum #’s, Electron Configuration

    - Independent Practice:  Electron Configuration POGIL

    - Pre Lab

     

    Tuesday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: Electron Configuration

    - Independent Practice – Electron configuration

    - Lab: A Flame Observation 

     

    Wednesday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: - The Flame

    - Summative Assessment – Final Exam 

    - Post Lab 

     

    Thursday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: The Flame

    - Guided and Independent Practice:  

    - Sumative Assessment: Final Exam

     

    Friday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes:  The Flame

    - Guided and Independent Practice – 

    - Summative  Assessment - Final Exam 
     

    IV. Choice

     

    * The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style.

     

    Honors/Pre-AP Chemistry: Student Presentations of Isotope Research Project, and “Radioactive Boy Scout”

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    General Chemistry/Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week 13 - 11/16 – 11/20   

     

    *** Isotope Project (Periods 3, 4, 8): Introduction, Ideas, Due Date 11/18

     

    ** “The Radioactive Boy Scout” Period 2 (9/14 – 11/2015)   

         - Capstone Project Due 11/18

                            

    I.  Content Objective: TEKS(6A-6E) ATOMIC THEORY

    The learner:  Knows and understands the historical development of atomic theory.

     

    II. Language Objective: Atomic Theory

    The learner will: calculate the wavelength, frequency, and energy of light; understand the mathematical relationships between energy, frequency, and wavelength of light; understand the experimental design and conclusions of the modern atomic theory; express the arrangement of electrons in atoms.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals,              Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: Quantum #’s  - Principal Energy Level (n), Sublevel (l)

    - Guided Practice: Quantum #‘s -  (Principal Energy Level and Sublevel)

    - Formative Assessment: Finish and Review POGIL - “Electrons v. Light”

     

     

    Tuesday – Bohr Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: Quantum #’s  - Angular Momentum ( Ml ), Spin ( Ms )

    - Guided Practice: – Quantum #’s - (Angular Momentum and Spin)

    - Wave Calculations Quiz Review  

     

    Wednesday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: - Orbital Shapes, Electron Configurations (Idea)

    - Independent Practice – Quantum #’s (n, l  ,Ml , Ms

    - Summative Assessment: Wave Calculations Test  

     

    Thursday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes: Electron Configurations (Guiding Theories)

    - Independent Practice – Quantum #’s (Review and Correct)

    - Guided Practice: Electron Configurations  

    - Pre Lab: Flame Test

     

    Friday – The Current Model

     

     * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes:  Electron Configurations

    - Lab: Flame Test

     

    IV. Choice

     

    * The learner will, when directed by the teacher, use choice to adapt an assignment or project to the meet their individual learning style.

     

    Honors/Pre-AP Chemistry: Isotope Research Project, Capstone Project “Radioactive Boy Scout”

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    Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week Twelve 12 - 11/9 – 11/13   

     

    *** Isotope Project (Periods 3, 4, 8): Introduction, Ideas, Due Date 11/18

     

    ** “The Radioactive Boy Scout” Period 2 (9/14 – 11/2015)   

         - Capstone Project Due 11/13

                           

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. Standards – TEKS: (6A-6E) - The Modern Atomic Theory

    II. Objective: Using past knowledge the learner will refine and construct a model for the modern atom.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Wave/Energy Calculations

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Summative Assessment: Finish EMR Test

    - Notes Continue: EMR (Calculations of Wavelength, Frequency, and Energy)

    - Guided Practice (Wavelength/Energy Calculations)

    - Applied Demonstrations: Waves - Transverse vs. Longitudinal, Light vs. Sound in a Vacuum    

     

    Tuesday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice/Formative Assessment: (Quantum Model – Wave Nature, Uncertainty, Orbitals)

    - Formative Assessment – Wave/Energy Calculations

    - Independent Practice (Hm. Work): (Wavelength/Energy Calculations)  

    - Applied Demonstrations: Waves - Transverse vs. Longitudinal, Light vs. Sound in a Vacuum    

     

    Wednesday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice/Formative Assessment: (Quantum Model - Orbitals, Quantized Electron)

    - Guided Practice: - Orbital Notation

     

    Thursday – The Current Model

     

    * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice/Formative Assessment: (Quantum Model – Orbital Notation)

    - Guided Practice: - Orbital Notation

    - Applied Demonstrations: “Wave Function” Molecular Modeling Program – Atomic Orbitals

     

    Friday – The Current Model

     

     * Guided/Independent Practice (EMR, Wave Calculations, Bohr Model, Orbitals, Quantum #’s, Electron Config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice/Formative Assessment: (Quantum Model – Orbital Notation, Electron Config.)

    - Formative Assessment: Orbital Notations

    - Independent Practice (Hm. Work): Orbital Notation (Quantum #’s)

     

     

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    Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry

      

    Week Eleven 11 - 11/2 – 11/6   **Test Friday (EMR, Wave Calculations I)    

     

    *** Isotope Project (Periods 3,4,8): Introduction, Ideas, Due Date 11/18

     

    ** “The Radioactive Boy Scout”  Period 2 (9/14 – 11/2015)   

         - Capstone Project Due 11/13

                           

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. Standards – TEKS: (6A-6E) - The Atom

    The student will understand the modern atomic theory.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe the current model of the atom.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday  – Finish: Conservation of Mass Lab

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes Continue: EMR (Calculations of Wavelength, Frequency, and Energy)

    - Independent Practice (Hm. Wk. – Wavelength Calculations)

    - Finish Lab: Steel Wool + O2, Mass B/A?

     

    Tuesday – The Current Model

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice: (Current Model, Electron. Configurations, EMR)

    - Review Hm. Wk. (Wavelength Calculations)  

     

    Wednesday – The Current Model

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice: (Current Model, Electron. Configurations, EMR)

    - Independent Practice: (Hm. Wk. - Electron Configurations)

    - Demo: Waves

     

    Thursday – The Current Model

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice: (Quantum #’s, Electron. Configurations, Current Model)

    - Review Hm. Wk. – (Electron Configurations)

    - Test Review: EMR, Wave Calculations

    - Demo: Waves

     

    Friday – Test EMR, The Current Model

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice: (Quantum #’s, Electron. Configurations, Current Model)

    - Test: EMR, Wave Calculations

     

     

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    Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Ten 10/26 – 10/30     

     

    **   Period 2:  “The Radioactive Boy Scout”   (9/14 – 11/2015)

                            Quiz III  Ch. 6-8  10/28

                            Quiz II   Ch. 4-5  10/13

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. TEKS: 6A-6C The Atom

    The student will understand the modern atomic theory.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday  – Finish Fridays Exam

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes: EMR

    - Independent Practice (Hm. Wk. –)

    - Finish Lab: Steel Wool + O2, Mass B/A?

     

    Tuesday – Finish Lab Steel Wool

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes/Guided Practice: EMR

    - Finish Lab: Steel Wool + O2, Mass B/A?

    - Isotope Project (Periods 3,4,8): Introduction, Ideas, Due Date

     

     

    Wednesday – Electromagnetic Radiation

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes: EMR

    - Guided Practice: EMR

    - Independent Practice: (Hm. Wk. EMR)

     

    Thursday – Electromagnetic Radiation , Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Guided Practice: POGIL EMR

     

    Friday – EM Radiation, Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes EM Radiation

    -  Finish POGIL EMR

     

     

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    Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Nine 10/19 – 10/23     

     

    *** Test Friday 10/23 (Isotopes)

    **   Period 2:  “The Radioactive Boy Scout”   (9/14 – 11/2015)

                            Quiz III  Ch. 6-8  10/28

                            Quiz II   Ch. 4-5  10/13

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. TEKS: 6A-6C The Atom

    The student will understand the modern atomic theory.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday  – Demo (KClO3) due, Avg. Atomic Mass

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes: Avg. Atomic Mass

    - Guided Practice: Avg. Atomic Mass

    - Independent Practice (Hm. Wk. – Avg. At. Mass)

    - Pre Lab: Steel Wool + O2, Mass B/A?

     

    Tuesday – Lab, Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Guided Practice: Avg. Atomic Mass

    - Lab: Steel Wool + O2, Mass B/A?

     

    Wednesday – Electromagnetic Radiation, Atomic Structure, Avg. Atomic Mass

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Analysis: Benchmark

    - Notes: EMR

    - Guided Practice: EMR

    - Independent Practice: EMR

     

    Thursday – Electromagnetic Radiation , Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Guided Practice: EMR

    - Test Review: Isotopes

    - Isotope Project (Periods 3,4,8): Introduction, Ideas, Due Date

     

    Friday – EM Radiation, Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes EM Radiation

    - Test: Isotopes, Avg. Atomic Mass

     

     

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    Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Eight 10/12 – 10/16     

     

    ** Period 2:  “The Radioactive Boy Scout”   (9/14 – 10/23)  ***** Quiz II Ch. 4-5  10/13

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. TEKS: 6A-6C The Atom

    The student will understand the modern atomic theory.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday  – Holiday

    Tuesday – Finish Sig Figs Test, Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Finish Sig Fig Test

    - Water Test – Volume Cube Project

    Wednesday – Atomic Structure, Avg. Atomic Mass

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Analysis Benchmark

    - Isotopes Hm. Wk. I - Grade

    - Notes: Avg. Atomic Mass

    Thursday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Guided Practice: Avg. Atomic Mass

    - Pre Lab: Steel Wool + O2 à Mass B/A?

    Friday – EM Radiation, Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Notes EM Radiation

    - Lab: Steel Wool + O2 à Mass B/A?

    - Hm. Wk. Iso. II: Avg. Atomic Mass

     

     

     

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    Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Seven 10/5 – 10/9     

     

    *** Test Friday: Sig. Figs

    ** Period 2:  “The Radioactive Boy Scout”   (9/14 – 10/23)  ***** Quiz II Ch. 4-5  10/13

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. TEKS: 6A-6C The Atom

    The student will understand the modern atomic theory.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – POGIL “Experimental Design”

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - POGIL “Experimental Design”

    Tuesday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Review POGIL “Experimental Design”

    - Finishing Touches on Cube Project

    - Finish Benchmark

    Wednesday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Isotopes

    - Guided Practice: Z # vs. A # vs. p+ # vs. e- # vs. n#

    - Hm. Work: Isotopes (Due TH.)

    - Volume Cubes

    Thursday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Avg. Atomic Mass

    - Guided Practice Avg. At. Mass

    - Test Review : Significant Figures (Test Friday)

    - Volume Cubes  

    Friday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (atomic particles, isotopes, avg. atomic mass, mole, molar mass, EMR, Bohr Model, quantum #’s, electron config.)

    - Test: Sig Figures

    - Pre Lab: Steel Wool and O2 Mass B/A?

     

     

     

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    Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Six 9/28 – 10/2     

     

    ** Period 2:  “The Radioactive Boy Scout”   (9/14 – 10/23)  ***** Quiz I Tuesday 29th Ch. 1-3 Discussion, Demo

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. TEKS: C.2 (A-I) Scientific Communication

    The student will express and manipulate chemical quantities using scientific conventions and mathematical procedures, including dimensional analysis, scientific notation, and significant figures.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Lab 3 Post: Graphing Analysis, Conclusion, Metric Conversions

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Finish Lab 3 Graphs

    - Project: SI Volume (Introduction) – Due Friday 

    - Hm. Work: Sig Figures Operations/Rounding (Due Tuesday)

    Tuesday – Conversions and Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Atomic Structure Ch. 3/4, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty)

    - Hm. Work: Sig Figures Operations/Rounding II

    - Test Review (Sig Figs) *Test Friday

    Wednesday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Atomic Structure Ch. 3/4, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty)

    - Guided Practice: Z # vs. A # vs. p+ # vs. e- # vs. n0 #

    - Pre Lab: Steel Wool and O2 Mass B/A?

    Thursday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Atomic Structure Ch. 3/4, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty)

    - Hm. Work: Z # vs. A# vs. p+ # vs. e- # vs. n0 # (Due Friday)

    - Lab: Steel Wool and O2 Mass B/A?  

    Friday – Atomic Structure

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Atomic Structure Ch. 3/4, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty)

    - Test: Sig Figures

    -  T.I. Volume Projects 

     

     

     
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    Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Five 9/21 – 9/25     *** Test I Ch. 2: Sci. Notation, S.I., Metric Conversions (Wednesday 9/23)

     

    ** Period 2:  “The Radioactive Boy Scout”   (9/14 – 10/23)  ***** Quiz I Monday 28th Ch. 1-3

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. TEKS: C.2 (A-I) Scientific Communication

    The student will express and manipulate chemical quantities using scientific conventions and mathematical procedures, including dimensional analysis, scientific notation, and significant figures.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Lab 2 Finish and Conclusion, Metric Conversions

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - T. In Hm. Work: Metric Scale/Prefixes T.I.

    - Hm. Work: Metric Conversions (Due Tuesday)

    Tuesday – Metric Conversions

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Hm. Work: Metric Conversions (Due Wed.)

    - Test Review (Scientific Measurements I)

    Wednesday – Test I Scientific Measurements

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Test I Sci. Measurements

    Thursday – Scientific Measurements (Sig Figures, Uncertainty)

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty,

     Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Hm. Work: Sig Figs (Due Friday)

    - Graphing Activity

    Friday - Scientific Measurements (Proportional Reasoning and Conversions)

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Lab 3

    - Intro to Atomic Structure 

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     Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Four 9/14 – 9/18     *** Test I Ch. 2: Sci. Notation, S.I., Metric Conversions (Monday 9/21)

     

    ** Period 2:  “The Radioactive Boy Scout”   (9/14 – 10/23)

      * Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8 Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  

     

    I. TEKS: C.2 (A-I) Scientific Communication

    The student will express and manipulate chemical quantities using scientific conventions and mathematical procedures, including dimensional analysis, scientific notation, and significant figures.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    Monday – Lab 2 Finish and Conclusion, Finish and T.I. “Math Skills Assessment”

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    Tuesday – Scientific Measurements (The S.I.)

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Hm. Work: Scientific Notation (Due Wed.)

    Wednesday – Scientific Measurements (Metrics)

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Hm. Work: The S.I. (Due Th.)

    Thursday – Scientific Measurements (Proportional Reasoning and Conversions)

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty,

     Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Hm. Work: Metric Conversions (Due Friday)

    - Pre Lab 3

    Friday - Scientific Measurements (Proportional Reasoning and Conversions)

    * Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics, Conversions, Proportional Reasoning, Uncertainty, Significant Figures, Math Skills)

    - Lab 3

    - Test Review (Test Monday)

     

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    Objectives: Chemistry and Pre AP Chemistry  

     

     

    Week Three 9/7 – 9/11      

     
    ** Pre-AP/Honors - Summer Project Due: Tu. 9/8  Ms. Moore’s class, Fri. 9/11 Ms. Walker’s class  
    ** Period Two Pre-AP/Honors - Begin Reading  "TheRadioactive Boy Scout" (more info. in class)

     

     I. TEKS: C.2(A-I) Scientific Communication

    The student will express and manipulate chemical quantities using scientific conventions and mathematical procedures, including dimensional analysis, scientific notation, and significant figures.

     

    II. Objective: The learner will be able to quantitatively describe matter.

     

    III. Activities:

     

    * Conclude Topics from: Classification of Matter

    * Intro. Discussion of Chapter 2 Scientific Measurements

     

    Monday - Holiday

    Tuesday -  * Finish Test I: Properties of Matter  * Preview Ch.2 Units of Measurement (SI, Metric)

    Wednesday - * Chemical Math Skills Pre-Assessment

    - Guided/Independent Practice: (Exponential #’s, S.I., and Metrics Conversions, Proportional Reasoning)

    Thursday – * S.I. and Metric Conversions

     - Guided/Independent Practice (Exponential #’s, S.I., Metrics Conversions, Proportional Reasoning)

    Friday - * Mass to Volume - Extensive or Intensive ?

     - Lab 2

     

     

     

     
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