Key Knowledge Tasks: Chemical reactions

ENTRY, EXPECTED & ACCELERATED

Week In Class and Experiments Text Qs and additional learning
tasks

1 Intro. to chemical equations ENTRY
and types of chemical
equations  Download the types of
reactions worksheet and
Experiment: Conservation of complete the task.
Mass  Read pages 80-82 of the
Oxford Big Ideas 3 text
and complete questions 1
and 2 from page 88.

EXPECTED

 Download the types of
reactions worksheet and
complete the task.
 Read pages 80-82 of the
Oxford Big Ideas 3 text
and complete questions 1,
2, 5-6 from page 88.

ACCELERATED

 Download the types of
reactions worksheet and
complete the task.
 Read pages 80-82 of the
Oxford Big Ideas 3 text
and complete questions 1,
2, 5-6 from page 88.
 Complete the following
question using the explain
scaffold.
2/3 Writing and balancing ENTRY
chemical equations.
 Complete the PhET
Experiment: Precipitation balancing equations
reactions simulation activity and
worksheet on the
individual tasks page.
 Read and record the
‘SKILLS LAB’ rules for
writing equations on page
82 and complete the
ENTRY worksheet.

EXPECTED

 Complete the PhET
balancing equations
simulation activity and
worksheet on the
individual tasks page.
 Read and record the
‘SKILLS LAB’ rules for
writing equations on page
82 and complete Qs 1-4
from the pink box.
 Complete the EXPECTED
balancing and writing
equations worksheet.

ACCELERATED

 Complete the PhET
balancing equations
simulation activity and
worksheet on the
individual tasks page.
 Read and record the
‘SKILLS LAB’ rules for
writing equations on page
82 and complete Qs 15
from the pink box.
 Complete the
ACCELERATED
balancing and writing
equations worksheet.

4 Precipitation reactions & ENTRY
reaction rates
 Read through the slide
Experiment: Nuffield show for exothermic and
Endothermic or exothermic endothermic reactions.
reactions. Make sure you follow the
prompts for the interactive
slides. Draw Fig 4.9 from
page 85 into your
workbooks.
 Complete questions 1-3
from page 86 of Oxford big
ideas 3.

 Make a insoluble and
soluble table in your
books from the link.

 Next read through the
following slide show from
and explain how
precipitation reactions
take place in your work
book.

 Complete questions 1-4
on page 85 of Oxford big
ideas 3.

EXPECTED

 Read through the slide
show for exothermic and
endothermic reactions.
Make sure you follow the
prompts for the interactive
slides.
 Download the
endothermic and
exothermic worksheet and
complete the questions.

 Make a insoluble and
soluble table in your
books from the link.

 Next read through the
following slide show from
and explain how
precipitation reactions
take place in your work
book.

 Download and complete
the precipitate worksheet.

ACCELERATED
 Read through the slide
show for exothermic and
endothermic reactions.
Make sure you follow the
prompts for the interactive
slides.
 Download the
endothermic and
exothermic worksheet and
complete the questions.

 Make a insoluble and
soluble table in your
books from the link.

 Next read through the
following slide show from
and explain how
precipitation reactions
take place in your work
book.

 Download and complete
the precipitate worksheet
and complete questions
10, 11 and 15 from page
88 of Oxford big ideas
science 3.
5 pH, Acids & Bases ENTRY

Experiment 1: pH scale  Watch the following clip and
Experiment 2: Acid and Base define what is a strong
titration and weak acid/base.
Make a list of all the
house hold items you
believe are forms of bases
and acids.
 Follow the link to complete
the PhET simulation for
Ph. Make sure you follow
the instructions for
ENTRY from the weebly.
 Construct your own pH
scale in your work book
and give examples for
each stage.
 Follow the link download
the application and make
your own titrations.

EXPECTED

 Watch the following clip and
define what is a strong
and weak acid/base.
Make a list of all the
house hold items you
believe are forms of bases
and acids.
 Follow the link to complete
the PhET simulation for
Ph. Make sure you follow
the instructions for
EXPECTED from the
weebly.
 Construct your own pH
scale in your work book
and give examples for
each stage.
 Follow the link download
the application and make
your own titrations.
Explain, using
appropriate diagrams,
how the titration works to
find unknown
concentrations of acids
and bases.
ACCELERATED

 Watch the following clip and
define what is a strong
and weak acid/base.
Make a list of all the
house hold items you
believe are forms of bases
and acids.
 Follow the link to complete
the PhET simulation for
Ph. Make sure you follow
the instructions for
ACCELERATED from the
weebly.
 Construct your own pH
scale in your work book
and give examples for
each stage.
 Follow the link download
the application and make
your own titrations.
Explain, using
appropriate diagrams,
how the titration works to
find unknown
concentrations of acids
and bases.

6 Revision for CAT assessment CAT assessment task:
ACID/BASE TITRATION and
report write-up.