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Chemistry Course Schedule

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2014-09-08
p.78 #1, 5, 6 3.2: Structure of Atoms
!define the terms "atomic number", "mass number", and "isotope".
!compare the Rutherford, Bohr, and quantum models of an atom.
TUE
2014-09-09
p.89 #2, 5, 6 3.3: Electron Confiuration
!explain how the wavelengths of light emitted by an atom provide information
about electron energy levels.
ODD
2014-09-10
p.99 #2, 9 3.3: Electron Configuration (Aspen Hotel activity)
!write the electron configuration of an atom using the Pauli exclusion principle and
the aufbau principle.
F-Interims
2014-09-12
Review, esp. atomic spectra, ground states, excited states
MON
2014-09-15
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 2: Chapter 3
TUE
2014-09-16
4.1: How Are Elements Organized?
!describe the organization of the modern periodic table according to the periodic
law.
CR 4.1-3
(9/29)
ODD
2014-09-17
Demos - put
on goggles
Lab 3: Mendeleev Lab of 1869 Finish lab
(9/22)
FRI
2014-09-19
Lab 3: Mendeleev Lab of 1869, continued
MON
2014-09-22
4.2: Tour of the Periodic Table
!locate and describe characteristic properties of element families.
TUE
2014-09-23
4.3: Trends in the Periodic Table
!describe periodic trends in ionization energy and atomic radius, and relate them
to the atomic structures of the elements.
ODD
2014-09-24
p.141 #4, 5 4.3: Trends in the Period Table
!describe periodic trends in electronegativity, ionic size, electron affinity, and
metling and boiling points, and relate them to the atomic structures of elements.
* Video: The Alkali Metals (35 min.) (or something else - element sorting activity on
the Shield)
FRI
2014-09-26
p.151 #2-4 Review
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Chemistry Course Schedule
2014/15
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2014-09-29
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 3: Chapter 4
TUE
2014-09-30
5.1: Simple Ions
...relate the electron configuration of an atom to its chemical reactivity.
...determine an atom’s number of valence electrons, and use the octet rule to
predict what stable ions the atom is likely to form.
CR 5.1-5.3
(10/8)
ODD
2014-10-01
Lab 4: Tests for Iron(II) and Iron(III)
5.2: Ionic Bonding and Salts
!explain how the properties of ionic compounds depend on the
nature of ionic bonds; !describe the structure of salt crystals.
Finish lab
(10/6)
FRI
2014-10-03
5.3: Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds
...name cations, anions, and ionic compounds.
...write chemical formulas for ionic compounds such that an overall neutral charge is
maintained.
MON
2014-10-06
5.3: Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds, cont.
...explain how polyatomic ions and their salts are named and how their formulas
relate to their names.
TUE
2014-10-07
Review (more practice with names and formulas)
ODD
2014-10-08
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 4: Chapter 5
FRI
2014-10-10
6.1: Covalent Bonds
...explain the role and location of electrons in a covalent bond.
...distinguish between nonpolar and polar covalent bonds based on electronegativity
differences.
CR 6.1-6.3
(11.38)
MON
2014-10-13
6.2: Drawing and Naming Molecules
...draw Lewis structures to show the arrangement of valence electrons among
atoms in molecules and polyatomic ions.
...explain the differences between single, double, and triple covalent bonds.
WED
2014-10-15
Aspire (6th-9th), PSAT (10th/11th) testing
Note: ODD day is T-10/14/14, EVEN day is Th-10/16/14
ODD
2014-10-16
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Lab 5: Chemical Bonds Finish lab
(10.34)
F-End Q1
2014-10-17
Ch.5 #7 Teacher In-Service
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2014-10-20
Classwork: practice
TUE
2014-10-21
6.3: Molecular Shapes
!predict the shape of a molecule using VSEPR theory.
!associate the polarity of molecules with the shapes of molecules, and relate the
polarity and shape of molecules to the properties of a substance.
ODD
2014-10-22
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 5: Chapter 6 (review for ~45 min. first)
FRI
2014-10-24
19.1: Compounds of Carbon
...explain the unique properties of carbon that make the formation of organic
molecules possible.
...describe the nature of the bonds formed by carbon in alkanes, alkenes, alkynes,
CR 19.1-19.3
(12.45)
MON
2014-10-27
19.1: Compounds of Carbon, cont.
...classify organic compounds such as alcohols, esters, and ketones by their
functional groups.
TUE
2014-10-28
19.2: Names and Structures of Organic Compounds
...name simple hydrocarbons from their structural formulas. Name branched
hydrocarbons from their structural formulas.
ODD
2014-10-29
Lab 6: TBD
FRI
2014-10-31
19.2: Names and Structures of Organic Compounds, cont.
...identify functional groups from a structural formula, and assign names to
compounds containing functional groups.
...draw and interpret structural formulas and skeletal structures for common organic
MON
2014-11-03
* Classwork: guided practice
* Review
TUE
2014-11-04
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 6: Chapter 19
ODD
2014-11-05
7.1: Avogadro's Number and Molar Conversions
...identify the mole as the unit used to count particles, whether atoms, ions, or
molecules.
...use Avogadro’s number to convert between amount in moles and number of
particles.
CR 7.1-7.3
(16.57)
FRI
2014-11-07
7.1: Avogadro's Number and Molar Conversions, cont.
...solve problems converting between mass, amount in moles, and number of
particles using Avogadro’s number and molar mass.
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Chemistry Course Schedule
2014/15
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2014-11-10
Veteran's Day
TUE
2014-11-11
7.2: Relative Atomic Mass and Chemical Formulas
...use a periodic table or isotopic composition data to determine the average atomic
masses of elements.
ODD
2014-11-12
Lab 7: Percent Composition of Hydrates
F-Interims
2014-11-14
Classwork: guided practice
MON
2014-11-17
7.2: Relative Atomic Mass and Chemical Formulas, continued
...infer information about a compound from its chemical formula.
...determine the molar mass of a compound from its formula.
TUE
2014-11-18
7.3: Formulas and Percentage Composition
...determine a compound’s empirical formula from its percentage composition.
...determine the molecular formula or formula unit of a compound from its empirical
formula and its formula mass.
ODD
2014-11-19
7.3: Formulas and Percentage Composition, cont.
...calculate percentage composition of a compound from its molecular formula or
formula unit.
FRI
2014-11-21
Review
MON
2014-11-24
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 7: Chapter 7 Part 1
TUE
2014-11-25
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 7: Chapter 7 Part 2
WED
2014-11-26
Day before Thanksgiving Day
THU
2014-11-27
Thanksgiving Day
FRI
2014-11-28
Day After Thanksgiving Day
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Chemistry Course Schedule
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8.1: Describing Chemical Reactions
...list evidence that suggests that a chemical reaction has occurred and evidence
that proves that a chemical reaction has occurred.
...describe a chemical reaction by using a word equation and a formula equation.
CR 8.1-8.4
(17.60)
TUE
2014-12-02
Ch.9 #2 8.2: Balancing Chemical Equations
!relate the conservation of mass to the rearrangement of atoms in a chemical
reaction.
ODD
2014-12-03
Ch.9 #16
Ch.10 #12
Lab 8: Chemical Reactions
FRI
2014-12-05
Teacher In-Service
MON
2014-12-08
8.2: Balancing Chemical Equations, cont.
!write and interpret a balanced chemical equation for a reaction, and relate
conservation of mass to the balanced equation.
TUE
2014-12-09
Review Chapter 8
ODD
2014-12-10
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 8: Chapter 8
FRI
2014-12-12
Review for final
MON
2014-12-15
Review for final
TUE
2014-12-16
Period 2 (8:00 - 9:20)
Period 3 (9:40 - 11:00)
Period 4 (11:15 - 12:35)
WED
2014-12-17
Period 5 (8:00 - 9:20)
Period 6 (9:40 - 11:00)
THU
2014-12-18
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Period 1 (8:00 - 9:20)
Period 7 (9:40 - 11:00)
F-End Q2,
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Chemistry Course Schedule
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2015-01-05

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2015-01-06

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2015-01-07
9.1: Calculating Quantities in Reactions
...use proportional reasoning to determine mole ratios from a balanced chemical
equation. ...explain why mole ratios are central to solving stoichiometry problems.
CR 9.1-9.3
(20.69)
THU
2015-01-08
9.1: Calculating Quantities in Reactions, cont.
...solve stoichiometry problems involving mass by using molar mass.
...solve stoichiometry problems involving the number of particles of a substance by
using Avogadro’s number.
FRI
2015-01-09
9.2: Limiting Reactants and Percentage Yield
!identify the limiting reactant for a reaction and use it to calculate theoretical yield.
MON
2015-01-12
9.2: Limiting Reactants, cont. or Notes 9.3: Stoichiometry and Cars
!perform calculations involving percentage yield.
TUE
2015-01-13
Review
ODD
2015-01-14
Lab 9: TBD
FRI
2015-01-16
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 9: Chapter 9
MON
2015-01-19
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
TUE
2015-01-20
Demo: heat
exchange (p.
337)
10.1: Energy Transfer
!define enthalpy. !distinguish between heat and temperature.
!perform calculations using molar heat capacity.
CR 10-11
(23.79)
ODD
2015-01-21
Lab 10: Calorimetry Graph data
(22.73)
FRI
2015-01-23
10.2: Using Enthalpy
!calculate the enthalpy change for a given amount of substance for a given
change in temperature.
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Demo:
diffusion of
food coloring
10.4: Order and Spontaneity
...define entropy, and discuss the factors that influence the sign and magnitude of
"S for a chemical reaction.
...describe Gibbs energy, and discuss the factors that influence the sign and
TUE
2015-01-27
11.1: States and State Changes
!relate the properties of a state to the energy content and particle arrangement of
that state of matter.
ODD
2015-01-28
Demo:
melting ice
Classwork: work on calorimetry lab calculations
FRI
2015-01-30
11.2: Intermolecular Forces
...contrast ionic and molecular substances in terms of their physical characteristics
and the types of forces that govern their behavior.
...describe dipole-dipole forces.
MON
2015-02-02
TUE
2015-02-03
Review for test
ODD
2015-02-04
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 10: Chapters 10 and 11 (review for ~45 min. first)
F-Interims
2015-02-06
MON
2015-02-09
12.1: Characteristics of Gases
!describe the general properties of gases.
!define pressure, give the SI unit for pressure, and convert between
standard units of pressure.
Read 12.2
thru p.430
(24.82)
TUE
2015-02-10
Quiz 12.2a 12.2: The Gas Laws
...state Boyle’s law, Charles's law, and Gay-Lussac's law, and use them to solve
problems involving pressure, volume, and temperature
CR 12.1-3
(26.87)
ODD
2015-02-11
Lab 11: TBD Read 12.2 to
end (25.84)
FRI
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Chemistry Course Schedule
2014/15
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2015-02-16
President's Day
TUE
2015-02-17
Quiz 12.2b *12.2: The Gas Laws, cont. !state Avogadro’s law, and explain its importance in
determining the formulas of chemical compounds.
* Classwork: p.425#3, 428#3, 431#3, 432#10, 11
Read 12.3
thru p.437
(25.85)
ODD
2015-02-18
Quiz 12.3 *12.3: Molecular Composition of Gases
...solve problems using the ideal gas law.
...describe the relationships between gas behavior and chemical formulas, such as
those expressed by Graham’s law of diffusion, Gay-Lussac’s law of combining
volumes, and Dalton’s law of partial pressures.
*Classwork: guided practice
FRI
2015-02-20
Practice and review for test
MON
2015-02-23
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 10: Chapter 12 Read 13.1
(26.88)
TUE
2015-02-24
Quiz 13.1 13.1: What is a Solution?
!distinguish between solutions, suspensions, and colloids.
!describe some techniques chemists use to separate mixtures.
Read 13.2
thru p.465
(26.89)
WED
2015-02-25
VCServes (10th-12th)
THU
2015-02-26
Quiz 13.2 13.2: Concentration and Molarity
...describe the procedure for preparing a solution of a certain molarity.
...use molarity in stoichiometric calculations.
CR 13.1-13.4
FRI
2015-02-27
13.2: Concentration and Molarity, cont.
...describe the procedure for preparing a solution of a certain molarity.
...use molarity in stoichiometric calculations.
Read 13.3
thru p.472
(27.91)
MON
2015-03-02
Quiz 13.3 13.3: Solubility and the Dissolving Process
...identify applications of solubility principles, and relate them to polarity and
intermolecular forces.
...explain what happens at the particle level when a solid compound dissolves in a
Read 13.3 to
end (27.92)
TUE
2015-03-03
13.3: Solubility and the Dissolving Process, cont.
...predict the solubility of an ionic compound by using a solubility table.
...describe solutions in terms of their degree of saturation.
...describe factors involved in the solubility of gases in liquids.
ODD
2015-03-04
Lab 12: Chromatography Read 13.4 (be
brief) (27.94)
FRI
2015-03-06
Quiz 13.4 13.4: Physical Properties of Solutions
...distinguish between nonelectrolytes, weak electrolytes, and strong electrolytes.
...describe how a solute affects the freezing point and boiling point of a solution.
...explain how a surfactant stabilizes oil-in-water emulsions.
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2015-03-09
Review
TUE
2015-03-10
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 11: Chapter 13
ODD
2015-03-11
14.1: Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium
!contrast reactions that go to completion with reversible ones.
!describe chemical equilibrium.
!give examples of chemical equilibria that involve complex ions.
CR 14.1-3
F-End Q3
2015-03-13
Teacher In-Service
MON
2015-03-16
14.2: Systems at Equilibrium
!write Keq expressions for reactions in equilibrium, and perform calculations with
them.
TUE
2015-03-17
14.2: Systems at Equilibrium, cont.
!write Ksp expressions for the solubility of slightly soluble salts, and perform
calculations with them.
ODD
2015-03-18
Lab 13: TBD
FRI
2015-03-20

MON
2015-03-23
14.3: Equilibrium Systems and Stress
...state Le Châtelier’s principle and apply it to determine whether the forward or
reverse reaction is favored when a stress such as concentration, temperature, or
pressure is applied to an equilibrium system.
TUE
2015-03-24
14.3: Equilibrium Systems and Stress, cont.
...discuss the common-ion effect in the context of Le Châtelier’s principle.
...discuss the practical uses of Le Châtelier’s principle.
ODD
2015-03-25
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 12: Chapter 14
FRI
2015-03-27
* Review chemical equilibrium concepts and calculations
* 15.1: What are Acids and Bases?
...describe the distinctive properties of strong and weak acids, and relate their
properties to the Arrhenius definition of an acid and a base.
CR 15.1-4
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2015-03-30
15.1: What are Acids and Bases? cont.
...identify conjugate acid-base pairs.
...write chemical equations that show how an amphoteric species
can behave as either an acid or a base.
TUE
2015-03-31
15.2: Acidity, basicity, and pH
!use Kw in calculations.
!explain the relationship between pH and H3O+ concentration.
!perform calculations using pH, [H3O+ ], [OH# ], and Kw.
ODD
2015-04-01
Lab 14: TBD
FRI
2015-04-03
15.3: Neutralization and titrations (intro)
...predict the product of an acid-base reaction.
...describe the conditions at the equivalence point in a titration.
...describe the procedure for carrying out a titration to determine the concentration
MON
2015-04-13
15.4: Equilibria of Weak Acids and Bases
...write an equilibrium equation that shows how a weak acid is in equilibrium with its
conjugate base.
...calculate Ka from the hydronium ion concentration of a weak acid solution.
TUE
2015-04-14
15.4: Equilibria of Weak Acids and Bases, cont.
...describe the components of a buffer solution, and explain how a buffer solution
resists changes in pH.
ODD
2015-04-15
Practice and review for test
F-Interims
2015-04-17
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 13: Chapter 15
MON
2015-04-20

TUE
2015-04-21
16.1: What Affects the Rate of a Reaction? ( - rate law equations)
...define the rate of a chemical reaction in terms of concentration and time.
...calculate the rate of a reaction from concentration-versus-time data.
...explain how concentration, pressure, and temperature may affect the
CR 16.1-16.2
(due 34.117)
ODD
2015-04-22
Lab 15: TBD
FRI
2015-04-24
16.2: How Can Reaction Rates Be Explained?
...write a rate law using experimental rate-versus-concentration data from a
chemical reaction and explain the role of activation energy and collision orientation
in a chemical reaction.
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Chemistry Course Schedule
2014/15
Prepared 9/27/14 Page 12 of 13
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2015-04-27
16.2: How Can Reaction Rates Be Explained? cont.
...describe the effect that catalysts can have on reaction rate and how this effect
occurs and describe the role of enzymes as catalysts in living systems, and give
examples.
TUE
2015-04-28
ODD
2015-04-29
Lab 16: TBD
FRI
2015-05-01
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 14: Chapter 16
MON
2015-05-04
17.1: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
...identify atoms that are oxidized or reduced through electron transfer.
...assign oxidation numbers to atoms in compounds and ions.
...identify redox reactions by analyzing changes in oxidation numbers for different
TUE
2015-05-05
17.2: Introduction to Electrochemistry
!describe the relationship between voltage and the movement of electrons.
!identify the parts of an electrochemical cell and their functions.
!write electrode reactions for cathodes and anodes.
ODD
2015-05-06
Lab 17:TBD
FRI
2015-05-08
MON
2015-05-11
TUE
2015-05-12
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 15: Chapter 17
ODD
2015-05-13
18.1: Atomic Nuclei and Nuclear Stability
...describe how the strong force attracts nucleons.
...relate binding energy and mass defect.
FRI
2015-05-15
Demo: cloud
chamber
18.2: Nuclear Change
...predict the particles and electromagnetic waves produced by different types of
radioactive decay, and write equations for nuclear decays.
...identify examples of nuclear fission, and describe potential benefits and hazards
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Chemistry Course Schedule
2014/15
Prepared 9/27/14 Page 13 of 13
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Catalyst
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2015-05-18
18.3: Uses of Nuclear Chemistry
!define the half-life of a radioactive nuclide, and explain how it can be used to
determine an object’s age.
!describe some of the uses of nuclear chemistry.
TUE
2015-05-19
Review for test
ODD
2015-05-20
Clear desks,
prep. for test
Test 16: Chapter 18
FRI
2015-05-22
Review for final
MON
2015-05-25
Memorial Day
TUE
2015-05-26
Period 2 (8:00 - 9:20)
Period 3 (9:40 - 11:00)
Period 4 (11:15 - 12:35)
WED
2015-05-27
Period 5 (8:00 - 9:20)
Period 6 (9:40 - 11:00)
THU
2015-05-28
Period 1 (8:00 - 9:20)
Period 7 (9:40 - 11:00)
F-End Q4,
S2
2015-05-29

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