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									                                              2011-2012 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                            Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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        Section I.                         Rating                                    Section I.                          Rating
Correlation with the 2010                                                    Correlation with the 2010
  Science Standards of                                                         Science Standards of
Learning and Curriculum                                                      Learning and Curriculum
       Framework            Adequate      Limited     No Evidence                   Framework             Adequate       Limited   No Evidence

  Chemistry Summary                                                             Chemistry Summary
CH.1                                                                         CH.2a

CH.1a                                                                        CH.2b

CH.1b                                                                        CH.2c

CH.1c                                                                        CH.2d

CH.1d                                                                        CH.2e

CH.1e                                                                        CH.2f

CH.1f                                                                        CH.2g

CH.1g                                                                        CH.2h

CH.1h                                                                        CH.2i

CH.1i                                                                        CH.3

CH.1j                                                                        CH.3a

CH.2                                                                         CH.3b
                                              2011-2012 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                            Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

Text Title: ________________________________________________        Publisher ___________________________________________________

Committee Member__________________________________________                  Date ________________________________________________

        Section I.                         Rating                                    Section I.                          Rating
Correlation with the 2010                                                    Correlation with the 2010
  Science Standards of                                                         Science Standards of
Learning and Curriculum                                                      Learning and Curriculum
       Framework            Adequate      Limited     No Evidence                   Framework             Adequate       Limited   No Evidence

  Chemistry Summary                                                             Chemistry Summary
CH.3c                                                                        CH.5c

CH.3d                                                                        CH.5d

CH.3e                                                                        CH.5e

CH.3f                                                                        CH.5 f

CH.4                                                                         CH.5 g

CH.4a                                                                        CH.6

CH.4b                                                                        CH.6a

CH.4c                                                                        CH.6b

CH.4d

CH.5

CH.5a

CH.5b
                                                   2011 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                              Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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Section II. Additional Criteria: Instructional           Degree of Correlation: Place an X to the right of your choice (Adequate, Limited , No
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                                                         Textbook is logically organized and      Textbook lacks consistency in          Textbook is not reasonably
                                                         grade/age appropriate for students.      organization and appropriateness for   organized and is inappropriate for
1. The textbook is presented in an organized, logical                                             the grade/age of students.             the grade/age of the students.
manner and is appropriate for the age, grade, and        Comments:
maturity of the students.


                                                                      Adequate                                  Limited                            No Evidence
                                                         Scope and sequence is easy to read and   Scope and sequence is confusing and    Scope and sequence is difficult to
2. The textbook is organized appropriately within        understand.                              not easy to understand.                read and understand.
and among units of study.
                                                         Comments:


                                                                      Adequate                                  Limited                            No Evidence
                                                         Organizational properties of the         Organizational properties of the       Organizational properties of the
                                                         textbook assist in understanding and     textbook offer limited assistance in   textbook do not assist in
                                                         processing content.                      understanding and processing           understanding and processing
                                                                                                  content.                               content.
3. The format design includes titles, subheadings,
and appropriate cross-referencing for ease of use.       Comments:




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                              Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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Section II. Additional Criteria: Instructional             Degree of Correlation: Place an X to the right of your choice (Adequate, Limited , No
Planning and Support                                       Evidence)
                                                           Must provide comments to support the ratings other than Adequate.

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                                                           Readability is appropriate for the grade     Readability may be appropriate but is     Readability is not appropriate for the
                                                           level. Writing style and syntax are varied   inconsistent throughout the text.         grade level. Writing style and syntax
                                                           and appropriate to enhance student           Writing style and syntax may be           are often inappropriate and lac2
                                                           understanding. Vocabulary consists of        inappropriate or lac2 variety, offering   variety to enhance student
                                                           both familiar and challenging words.         limited support for student               understanding. Vocabulary is too
4. The writing style, syntax, and vocabulary are                                                        understanding. Vocabulary may be          challenging or unfamiliar.
appropriate.                                                                                            too challenging or too familiar.
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                                                                         Adequate                                     Limited                                No Evidence
                                                           Visuals are accurate, support the text,      Visuals are somewhat unclear and          Visuals are inaccurate, do not
                                                           and enhance student understanding.           offer limited support for the text and    support the text, and do not
                                                                                                        student understanding.                    enhance student understanding.
5. Graphics and illustrations are appropriate.             Comments:



                                                                         Adequate                                     Limited                                No Evidence
                                                           Materials (investigations, laboratories,     Materials (investigations,                Materials (investigations,
                                                           and inquiry activities) provide students     laboratories, and inquiry activities)     laboratories, and inquiry activities)
6. Sufficient, high-quality instructional strategies are   with opportunities to integrate s2ills and   provide students with limited             provide students with no
                                                           concepts.                                    opportunities to integrate s2ills and     opportunities to integrate s2ills and
provided to promote depth of understanding.                                                             concepts.                                 concepts.
                                                           Comments:




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                              Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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                             Science Standard of Learning                                 Rating Scale
                                                                                          Please indicate the rating for each by placing an X in
                                                                                          the appropriate cell.
                                                                                              Adequate             Limited         No Evidence
CH.1   The student will investigate and understand that experiments in which variables
       are measured, analyzed, and evaluated produce observations and verifiable data.
       Key concepts include
       a) designated laboratory techniques;
       b) safe use of chemicals and equipment;
       c) proper response to emergency situations;
       d) manipulation of multiple variables, using repeated trials;

       e) accurate recording, organization, and analysis of data through repeated
          trials;
       f) mathematical and procedural error analysis;
     g) mathematical manipulations including SI units, scientific notation, linear
         equations, graphing, ratio and proportion, significant digits, and dimensional
         analysis;
Comments: Provide comments to support “limited” or “no evidence” ratings.




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                                                     2011 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                                Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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                                Science Standard of Learning                                  Rating Scale
                                                                                              Please indicate the rating for each by placing an X in
                                                                                              the appropriate cell.
                                                                                                  Adequate             Limited         No Evidence
CH.1   The student will investigate and understand that experiments in which variables are
       measures, analyzed, and evaluated produce observations and verifiable data. Key
       concepts include
       h) use of appropriate technology including computers, graphing calculators, and
          probeware, for gathering data, communicating results, and using simulations to
          model concepts;
       l)   construction and defense of a scientific viewpoint; and

       j)   the use of current applications to reinforce chemistry concepts.

Comments: Provide comments to support “limited” or “no evidence” ratings.




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                                                  2011 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                             Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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                                                                                             Rating Scale
                                                                                             Please indicate the rating for each by placing an X in
                              Science Standard of Learning
                                                                                             the appropriate cell.
                                                                                                 Adequate             Limited         No Evidence
CH.2   The student will investigate and understand that the placement of elements on
       the periodic table is a function of their atomic structure. The periodic table is a
       tool used for the investigations of
       a) average atomic mass, mass number, and atomic number;
       b) isotopes, half lives, and radioactive decay;
       c) mass and charge characteristics of subatomic particles;
       d) families or groups;
       e) periods;
       f)   trends including atomic radii, electronegativity, shielding effect, and
            ionization energy;
       g) electron configurations, valence electrons, and oxidation numbers;
          energy;
       h) chemical and physical properties; and
       i)   historical and quantum models.
Comments: Provide comments to support “limited” or “no evidence” ratings.




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                                                    2011 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                               Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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                                Science Standard of Learning                                 Rating Scale
                                                                                             Please indicate the rating for each by placing an X in
                                                                                             the appropriate cell.
                                                                                                 Adequate             Limited         No Evidence
CH.3      The student will investigate and understand how conservation of energy and
          matter is expressed in chemical formulas and balanced equations. Key concepts
          include
          a) nomenclature;
          b) balancing chemical equations;
          c) writing chemical formulas;
          d) bonding types;
          e) reaction types; and
          f)
       ; and reaction rates, kinetics, and equilibrium.
Comments: Provide comments to support “limited” or “no evidence” ratings.




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                                                2011 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                           Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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                                                                                         Rating Scale
                                                                                         Please indicate the rating for each by placing an X in
                            Science Standard of Learning
                                                                                         the appropriate cell.
                                                                                             Adequate             Limited         No Evidence
CH.4   The student will investigate and understand that chemical quantities are based
       on molar relationships. Key concepts include
       a) Avogadro’s principle and molar volume;
       b) stoichiometric relationships;
       b)
       c) solution concentrations; and
       d) acid/base theory; strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes, and
          nonelectrolytes;
          Provide comments to support “limited” or the titration process.
Comments:dissociation and ionization; pH and pOH; and“no evidence” ratings.




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                                                  2011 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                             Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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                              Science Standard of Learning                                 Rating Scale
                                                                                           Please indicate the rating for each by placing an X in
                                                                                           the appropriate cell.
                                                                                               Adequate             Limited         No Evidence
CH.5   The student will investigate and understand that the phases of matter are
       explained by kinetic theory and forces of attraction between particles. Key
       concepts include
       a) pressure, temperature, and volume;
       b) partial pressure and gas laws;
       c) vapor pressure;
       d) phase changes;
       e) molar heats of fusion and vaporization;
       f)   specific heat capacity; and
       g) colligative properties.
Comments: Provide comments to support “limited” or “no evidence” ratings.




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                                                2011 Science Textbook Approval Committee Member
                           Correlation to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework – Chemistry

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                            Science Standard of Learning                                 Rating Scale
                                                                                         Please indicate the rating for each by placing an X in
                                                                                         the appropriate cell.
                                                                                             Adequate             Limited         No Evidence
CH.6   The student will investigate and understand how basic chemical properties
       relate to organic chemistry and biochemistry. Key concepts include
       a) unique properties of carbon that allow multi-carbon compounds; and
       b) uses in pharmaceuticals and genetics, petrochemicals, plastics, and food.
Comments: Provide comments to support “limited” or “no evidence” ratings.




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