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LiteracyTERM/WEEKS:

2/1-3
Numeracy

YEAR LEVEL:
ICT 9
Advanced

Cross-curriculum priorities:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures

WEE
K/
LES
SON

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM
LINKS
Science
Understan
ding

Chemical
reactions,
including
combustion
and the
reactions of
acids, are
important in
both nonliving and
living
systems
and involve
energy
transfer (A
CSSU179)

Science as
a Human
Endeavou
r

Science
Inquiry
Skills

LEARNING
AREA/TOPIC:
Chemical
Critical
and creative
Ethical Sciences
Behaviour
thinking

Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia

SPECIFIC
LESSON
OBJECTIVE

At the end of the
lesson students will
be able to:
1. List 5 common
acids that can be
found in a laboratory
or household
2. List 4 common
characteristics of acids
3. Recognize that
acids produce
hydrogen ions in
solution and have a
pH under 7

ASSESSMENT
(what &
how)

Monitor quiz results
using blendspace
teacher account.
Give further
assistance to
students who got
multiple questions
wrong

General Capabilities:
Personal and social
Competence

Intercultural
Understanding

Sustainability

TEACHING & LEARNING
EXPERIENCES
(include learner diversity)

KEY
QUESTIONS

RESOURCES

Intro: Instruct class to go to blendspace.com and signup as a student
using their school email. Navigate on a projector and show students
how to sign up to your ‘classes. The code is HNXE.

Intro: What colour
do we associate
with acids?

Body: Students will navigate themselves through the lesson on the
iPads or laptops. Stop and wait for teacher as instructed on their
screen. Teacher to address Padlet exercise and monitor quiz question
results on master account. Teacher is also teaching the topics of
hydrogen ion production and pH during the blendspace lesson.

Body: Why does
carbonated soda
water have a low
pH?

Blendspace Lesson
https://www.blendspa
e.com/lessons/GsUB
3qd-wj1QQ/edit
Code:HNXE
Projector

Conc: End lesson by segueing into the neutralisation reaction. Talk
about how if acids donate the hydrogen ion then bases donate
hydroxide ions. Then if an acid and a base are put together what is
formed?

What colour do we
now associate
with acids?
Conc: What do
you think can be
formed if an acid
and base are
reacted together?

Whiteboard marker
Laptops/iPads
EXT: What can yo
also say is a
hydrogen ion? Thin
atomic structure

Is there a differenc
between acid
strength and
concentration?

Chemical
reactions,
including
combustion
and the
reactions of
acids, are
important in
both nonliving and
living
systems
and involve
energy
transfer (A
CSSU179)

General Capabilities:
Literacy
Numeracy

At the end of the
lesson students will
able to:

Completed majority
of acid reactions
worksheet

1. List the 3 general
word equations for an
acid reacting with a
base, metal and a
carbonate.
2. Write balanced
chemical equations for
acids reacting with a
base, metal and a
carbonate.
3. Explain that a salt in
a chemistry is a
crystalline structure
made of alternating
positive and negative
ions.

Listing real life acid
reactions

ICT

Cross-curriculum priorities:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures

WEEK/
LESSON

Science
Understan
ding

AUSTRALIAN
CURRICULUM
LINKS

Science Inquiry Skills

HW: Complete acid
reactions worksheet.

Intro: Begin class by having a class discussion about salts. Think,
pair, share quickly about what table salt is. Don’t have to go around
the whole class as every should know what table salt is. Ask if they
know what the formula (NaCl) is and write it on the board. Ask them
what sodium metal is and what chlorine gas is and its properties.
Show 2 youtube videos of sodium metal. Relate Cl2 to holocaust if
allowed. Pose the thought to them that when we react these two
elements together, a white crystalline solid is formed that we sprinkle
in food.
Body: Class turns to page 77, Pearson Science 9 and read as a
class the 3 types of acid reactions. Teacher to write them on the
board and students to write them in their book. Refer back to the
question at the end of last lesson for the neutralisation reaction.
Students (collaboration allowed) will now complete a worksheet where
they have to begin to write the acid equations form information such
as HCl reacts with NaOH. Teacher to monitor students’ progress as
lesson goes on.

Can you predict
the salt that would
be created with
HCL and NaOH?

Where do we
‘observe’ these
type of reactions
in our lives?

Pearson Science 9
page 77.
Acid Reactions
Worksheet
Sodium Metal Vide
1
https://www.youtub
com/watch?
v=kssQlomJB58
Sodium metal vide
2
https://www.youtub
com/watch?
v=uqkL3_dasg4

Conc: Class discussion on where these acid-base, metal and
carbonate reactions are found in real life. Heart burn tablet, Car
Critical and creative
thinking

Ethical Behaviour

Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia

SPECIFIC
LESSON
OBJECTIVE

What is ‘salt’?
What is sodium
chloride?

ASSESSMENT
(what & how)

Personal and social
Competence

Intercultural Understanding

Sustainability

TEACHING &
LEARNING
EXPERIENCES
(include
learner
diversity)

KEY
QUESTIONS

RESOURCES

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Chemical
reactions,
including
combustion
and the
reactions of
acids, are
important in
both nonliving and
living
systems
and involve
energy
transfer (A
CSSU179)

Plan, select and use
appropriate investigation
methods, including field
work and laboratory
experimentation, to
collect reliable data; assess
risk and address ethical
issues associated with
these methods (ACSIS165)

Chemical
reactions,
including
combustion
and the
reactions of
acids, are
important in
both nonliving and
living
systems
and involve
energy
transfer (A
CSSU179)

Plan, select and use
appropriate investigation
methods, including field
work and laboratory
experimentation, to
collect reliable data; assess
risk and address ethical
issues associated with
these methods (ACSIS165)

Plan, select and use
appropriate investigation
methods, including field
work and laboratory
experimentation, to
collect reliable data; assess
risk and address ethical
issues associated with
these methods (ACSIS165)

Plan, select and use
appropriate investigation
methods, including field
work and laboratory
experimentation, to
collect reliable data; assess
risk and address ethical
issues associated with
these methods (ACSIS165)

At the end of the
lesson students will
able to:
1.Prepare an
experimental report for
the acid reactions
experiment
2. Predict the salts
that will be formed for
each reaction
3. Write the balanced
equations for each
reaction to be
completed in the
experiment2

Completion of
preliminary lab report

At the end of the
lesson students will
able to:
1.Handle acids in
laboratory
environment in a safe
manner
2. Observe that acid
reactions have
occurred with metals,
bases and carbonates
3. Deduce that the
observations made
during the experiment
are consistent with the
chemical equations
that were written
before hand

Completion of
experiment and
results written into
lab book.

Check chemical
equations are correct
and balanced.

Intro: Students will recite the three acid reactions. 6 volunteers to
come and write on the board the 3 reactions on the board(reactants
and products, ie 6)
Body: Hand out the experimental sheet and have read through it as a
class. Important to stress safety but also make the experiment sound
appealing. Have students set out a report in their lab book. Aim,
hypothesis, apparatus, method and conclusion should all be included.
In the conclusion section have students write the experiment
reactions, predict salts and balance the equations. Students cannot
start experiment until they show me their lab book.
Reactions will be HCl and NaOH, Mg and HCl and HCl and CaCO3.
Students will prepare their technology (most likely iPads) to record
their experiments.
Conc: Students can start experiment when they have finished writing
their lab report.

Intro: Students are to complete this experiment in groups of 3. All
students are to wear safety glasses and lab coats at all times. If they
do not comply they will not take part in the experiment.
Body: One student from each group will collect the chemicals to
avoid congestion. The other two students can set up the apparatus. It
might be an idea to do a demonstration of the pop test so that
students know what to expect and not drop test tubes.
Focus for the teacher should be to manage groups as they’re doing
the experiment. Results can be discussed afterwards; importance
should be placed on correct safety procedures. Students to upload
their videos using YouTube capture.
Conc: Students to return chemicals and wash glassware. Their
workspace should be as they found it. They cannot leave until I check
their workspace. Discuss results if time permits
HW: Students to write their conclusions into their lab book

What is the
difference
between the aim
and hypothesis for
this experiment?

Whiteboard marker
32 experiment
sheets
iPads
Student’s lab book

What salts do you
expect to produce
in these
reactions?
How can we test
to see that
neutralisation has
occurred?

What did we
observe?
Are these results
consistent with
your neighbouring
group?
Why were some
different?

Safety
Glasses(Students
bring their own)
Lab Coats(provided
Spare Experiment
Worksheets
HCl, Ca(OH)2, Mg
metal, CaCO3