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					INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Citta                                                                                     CLASS: AP Chemistry Sections 01/02
WEEK OF: 4-12-10 through 4-16-10                                                                          PERIODS: 3/7-8
            NJCCCS:             ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S) / OBJECTIVES:               INSTRUCTION:                                         DIFFERENTIATION /
            5.2.12.A.6          What are periodic properties?                     Lab #23 – Lewis structures and VSEPR Theory          MODIFICATIONS:
MONDAY


                                                                                  – Students will construct models of various          1-12, 13-24 all that apply.
            INTERDISCIPLINARY                                                     molecules and predict their geometry and dipole      ASSESSMENT:
            NJCCCS:                                                               moment. PowerPoint notes on Born-Haber cycle.        Notes and participation. Homework
            4.1-4.4                                                                                                                    Chapter 10 Review Packet.

            NJCCCS:             ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S) / OBJECTIVES:               INSTRUCTION:                                         DIFFERENTIATION /
TUESDAY




            5.2.12.A.6          How are gas laws applied in chemistry?            Gas Laws - Notes and lecture on the nature of        MODIFICATIONS:
                                                                                  gases and molecular effusion and diffusion.          1-12, 13-24 all that apply.
            INTERDISCIPLINARY                                                     Dalton’s Law, Graham’s Law and deviations from       ASSESSMENT:
            NJCCCS:                                                               ideal gas law.                                       Notes and participation. Homework
            4.1-4.4                                                                                                                    compete chapter 10 review packet.
            NJCCCS:             ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S) / OBJECTIVES:               INSTRUCTION:                                         DIFFERENTIATION /
WEDNESDAY




            5.2.12.A.6          What types of intermolecular attractions exist?   3rd MP QBA administration. Introduction to           MODIFICATIONS:
                                                                                  chapter 11 intermolecular attractions.               1-12, 13-24 all that apply.
            INTERDISCIPLINARY                                                                                                          ASSESSMENT:
            NJCCCS:                                                                                                                    Notes and participation. HW –
            4.1-4.4                                                                                                                    Chapter 11 review packet.

            NJCCCS:             ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S) / OBJECTIVES:               INSTRUCTION:                                         DIFFERENTIATION /
            5.2.12.A.6          What types of intermolecular attractions exist?   Intermolecular Attractions - Notes and lecture       MODIFICATIONS:
                                How are organic molecules named?                  on intermolecular attractions and properties.        1-12, 13-24 all that apply.
THURSDAY




            INTERDISCIPLINARY                                                     Students will be able to differentiate between van   ASSESSMENT:
            NJCCCS:                                                               der Waals forces including dipole/dipole             Notes and participation. QBA.
            4.1-4.4                                                               interactions, London Dispersion forces and
                                                                                  hydrogen bonding forces, phase diagrams and
                                                                                  bonding in solids.

                                                                                  3rd MP QBA – Return and review 3rd MP QBA.

            NJCCCS:             ESSENTIAL QUESTION(S) / OBJECTIVES:               INSTRUCTION:                                         DIFFERENTIATION /
            5.2.12.A.6          What types of intermolecular attractions exist?    Intermolecular attractions – Notes on               MODIFICATIONS:
                                What is thermochemistry?                          polarizability in non-polar molecules due to         1-12, 13-24 all that apply.
FRIDAY




            INTERDISCIPLINARY                                                     electrons and due to surface area of molecule.       ASSESSMENT:
            NJCCCS:                                                               AP Review – Thermochemistry via open ended           Notes and participation.
            4.1-4.4                                                               questions.


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