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									SY 2008-2009                                    Window Rock Unified School District #8                                         OFFICIAL
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Subject:    Chemistry                                                                   Grade Level:     TWELVE

                                           SCOPE AND SEQUENCE IN CHEMISTRY

FIRST QUARTER                                                        THIRD QUARTER
      I. Introduction to Chemistry                                         I. Atomic Structure
              Nature and Scope of Chemistry                                        Historical Development of the Atoms
              Branches of Chemistry                                                Atomic Models and Structure
              What Chemists Do                                                     Electron Configuration
              Careers in Chemistry                                         II. The Periodic Table
      II. Methods and Measurements in Science                                      Organization of Elements
              Scientific Method                                                    Classification of Elements
              Experimental Design                                                  Chemical Bonding
              Laboratory Apparatuses and Techniques                                        Intramolecular, Intermolecular
              Laboratory Safety                                                    Formula Writing and Naming
              Types of Data                                                                Ionic and Covalent Compounds
              Measurement ( Tools, Units)                                          Periodic Trends
              Conversion of Units
                                                                     FOURTH QUARTER
SECOND QUARTER                                                            I. Chemical Reactions
     I. Matter and Change                                                         Types of Reactions
             States of Matter                                                     Balancing Equations
             Properties of Matter                                                 Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
             Types of Matter                                                      Oxidation-Reduction Reaction
             Changes in Matter ( Physical, Chemical)                      II. Chemical Quantities
     II. Investigatory Project                                                    The Mole
                                                                                  Molar Quantities
                                                                                  Chemical Calculations
                                                                                  Limiting, Excess Reagent
                                                                          III. Behavior of Gases
                                                                                  Kinetic Molecular Theory
                                                                                  Gas Laws
                                                                          IV. Thermochemistry
                                                                                  Energy
                                                                                  Enthalphy Changes
                                                                                  Heats of Phase Changes, Reactions


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Subject:        Chemistry                                                                                 Grade Level:        TWELVE



 Quarter          Strand/Concept               Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                      Resources/Materials
                                                                                            Activities/Assessments
                                         PO1: Describe how human curiosity  Construct a Venn Diagram to compare                     Prentice Hall Chemistry by
                Strand 2 : History and   and needs have influenced science,         and contrast: Pure and Applied Science,             Wilbraham et al
                                         impacting the quality of life              Pure and Applied Chemistry
                Nature of Science
                                         worldwide                               Assessment: Venn Diagram
                Concept 1: History of    PO2. Describe how diverse people
                Science as a Human       and/or cultures, past and present, have
                Endeavor                 made important contributions to
                                         scientific innovations                   Research and make a Power Point                   Computers, laptops
                                                                                    Presentation about how specific
                                                                                    areas/needs have evolved through time
FIRST QUARTER




                                                                                    (materials, energy, medicine and
                                                                                    biotechnology, agriculture).
                                                                                  Assessment: Power Point Presentation
                                                                                  Film Viewing: “ Physics: A World of              *www.unitedstreaming.com
                                                                                    Motions: From Cathode Rays to X-rays”           “Physics: A World of Motions:
                                                                                 Assessment: Comic Strip to the theme               From Cathode Rays to X-rays”
                                                                                 “Then and Now”.                                     butcher paper
                                                                                                                                     marker pens

                                                                                           Collaborative Activity: “Timeline of           http://sciencespot.net/Media
                                                                                   Inventions”. During this project, you will       /Journey%20Through%20Time.pdf
                                                                                   research a specific timeframe to discover
                                                                                   major scientific developments and
                                                                                   historical events. Using the information
                                                                                   from your research, your group will create a
                                                                                   time line.
                                                                                   Assessment: Timeline, Group Presentation
                                         PO3. Analyze how specific changes          Research and make a Power Point                 computers, laptops
                                         in science have affected society.             Presentation about other cultures             projector or TV
                                         PO4. Analyze how specific cultural            worldwide, specifically the Navajo
                                         and/or societal issues promote or             culture and cite instances where there are
                                         hinder scientific advancements.               taboos regarding the use of Science and
                                                                                       Technology.
                                                                                   Assessment: Power Point Presentation
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 SY 2008-2009                                           Window Rock Unified School District #8                                                           OFFICIAL
                                                                 CURRICULUM MAP
Subject:        Chemistry                                                                                  Grade Level:        TWELVE

 Quarter           Strand/Concept             Performance Objective                           Suggested Student                      Resources/Materials
                                                                                             Activities/Assessments
                Strand 2: History and   PO3. Distinguish between pure and           Reading-Writing Activity “ Introduction                PH Chemistry , pages
                Nature of Science       applied science.                              to Chemistry” pages 7-17 of textbook   7-17
                                        PO4. Describe how scientists               Assessment: Complete worksheet pages 1-5        PH Chemistry Guided
                                        continue to investigate and critically     of PH Chemistry Guided Reading and Study Reading and Study Workbook,
                Concept 2: Nature of                                               Workbook.
                                        analyze aspects of theory.                                                          pages 1-5
                Scientific Knowledge
                                                                                     Film Viewing: Ask an Engineer                         www.teachersdomain.org/r
                                                                                    Assessment:                                      esources/eng06/sci/engin/design/as
                                                                                        1. Answer discussion questions at the        kengineer/index.html
                                                                                    end of the film.
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                                                                                       2. Web diagram of what scientists do.
                                                                                            Read “Technology & Society:                   Prentice Hall Chemistry by
                                                                                    Nature’s Pharmacy” pages 18-19 and               Wilbraham et al
                                                                                    research and prepare a display board on                Laptops, computers
                                                                                    indigenous plants in the reservation that
                                                                                    have medicinal values/uses.
                                                                                    Assessment: Oral Presentation
                                                                                     Given situations that depict areas of           magazines, poster boards
                                                                                        studies or investigations, students
                                                                                        identify the branches of Chemistry
                                                                                        involved in each research.
                                                                                     Assessment: Poster Making: Identifying
                                                                                        the branches of Chemistry involved in
                                                                                        the manufacture of goods.
                                        PO1. Specify the requirement of a            Power Point Presentation: The Scientific        http://t4.jordan.k12.ut.us/teache
                                        valid, scientific explanation (Theory)          Method: Who Uses it? Who Cares?                r_resources/Science/modelclass
                                                                                    Assessment: 1. Make a Flow Chart                   roomroot/Activities/7th%20gra
                                        including that it be: logical, subject to
                                                                                    depicting the steps in the Scientific Method       de/introductory/scientificmetho
                                        peer review, public and respectful of                       2. Complete the Scientific         d.PPT#1
                                        rules of evidence.                          Method worksheet.
                                        PO2. Explain the process by which                           3.    Research collaborative      http://sciencespot.net/Media/sci
                                        accepted ideas are challenged or            Science       projects      that      involved     methodwkst.pdf
                                                                                    multidisciplinary approach to solving
                                        extended by scientific innovation.
                                                                                    scientific problem.                               laptops/computers
                Strand 1: Inquiry       PO1. Demonstrate safe and ethical            Power        Point     Presentation:     Lab    http://www.sciencegeek.net/Ch
                Process                                                  Page 3 of 29                                                         Revised: August 14, 2008


                Concept 2: Scientific
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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                                Grade Level:       TWELVE

Quarter       Strand/Concept                Performance Objective                       Suggested Student                Resources/Materials
                                                                                       Activities/Assessments
                                      procedures and behavior in all science      Equipment                                 emistry/Powerpoint/Equipment/
                                      inquiry.                                 Assessment: 1) 3-Column T-Chart –            Equipment_files/frame.htm
                                      PO2. Identify the resources needed to    Classifying Apparatuses
                                      conduct an investigation.                        2) Identify/Label Apparatuses

                                                                                Power Point Presentation: Measuring      http://www.sciencegeek.net/Ch
                                                                               Assessment: Answer questions from the       emistry/Powerpoint/Measuring/
                                                                               Power Point Presentation                    Measuring_files/frame.htm

                                                                            Power Point Presentation: Laboratory        
                                                                              Safety                                     http://morrisonlabs.com/labsafegoo
                                                                           Assessment:                                   d.htm
                                                                              1).     Answer the questions from the
                                                                           Power Point Presentation..                     http://www.biologycorner.com/
                                                                              2). Comic Book Project “ Disaster in the     worksheets/safety.html
                                                                           Laboratory”
                                      PO3. Design an appropriate protocol   Power Point Presentation: The Scientific     www.cobb.k12.ga.us/~dickerso
                                      for testing hypothesis.                 Method                                       n/sci%20method.ppt
                                                                           Assessment:
                                                                              1. Answer questions from the film
                                                                              2. Classifying data as qualitative or
                                                                           quantitative
                                                                            Sponge Bob Scientific Method-Controls        http://www.ekcsk12.org/faculty
                                                                              and Variables Activity                       /jbuckley/spongebobscientificm
                                                                           Assessment:                                     ethodworksheet.htm
                                                                              1). Laboratory Report
                                                                              2). Experimental Design
           Strand 1: Inquiry          PO1. Evaluate scientific information  Perform “Egg in a Bottle” and “Egg Out       http://www.saskschools.ca/curr
           Process                    for relevance to a given problem.       a Bottle”.                                   _content/science9/chemistry/les
                                      PO2.        Develop questions from Assessment:                                       son2.html
           Concept 1: Observations,
                                      observations that transition into 1) Lab. Reports                                   Erlenmeyer flask, cooked eggs,
           Questions & Hypotheses     testable hypotheses                  2) Identify the variables and parameters in     newspaper, scissors ,match,
                                                                               the investigation.                          sauce pot, baking soda, vinegar,
                                                                                                                           bowl
                                                                                Read : The Crash of Flight 143           http://www.nisd.net/communica
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                                                            CURRICULUM MAP
Subject:   Chemistry                                                                               Grade Level:         TWELVE

Quarter      Strand/Concept               Performance Objective                       Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                                     Activities/Assessments
                                                                             Assessment: Complete the worksheet and             tionsarts/pages/chem/docs/meas
                                                                             answer the questions.                              _ec.pdf
                                                                                                                               worksheet
                                    PO3. Formulate testable hypothesis.       Perform: “ What Chemist’s Do?                   http://www.csun.edu/chemteach
                                    PO4. Predict the outcome of an              “Identification and Analysis Activity           /activities/BeginningAnalysis.p
                                    investigation based on prior evidence,   Assessment:                                        df
                                    probability, and/or modeling (not          1) Lab Report                                   baking soda, corn starch, Alka-
                                    guessing or inferring).                    2). Experimental Design and Analysis             Seltzer, table salt, white
                                                                                                                                vinegar, iodine tincture,
                                                                                                                                distilled water
                                                                                                                               test tubes, test tube rack, mortar
                                                                                                                                and pestle, graduated cylinder,
                                                                                                                                pipet
                                                                              Perform: “Quick Lab.: Bubbles!”, page           PH Chemistry, page 23
                                                                               23 of PH Chemistry.
                                                                              Assessment:                                   Plastic drinking cups, liquid
                                                                               1). Lab. Report                                dish detergent, measuring cups
                                                                               2). Plans for troubleshooting                  and spoons, water, table sugar,
                                                                                                                              table salt, drinking straw
           Strand 1: Inquiry        PO     4.    Conduct    a    scientific  Perform: Graphing Laboratory Data              http://www.evanschemistrycorn
           Process                  investigation that is based on a Assessment:                                              er.com/Labs/Matter/L1-
                                    research design.                          1). Lab. Report                                 2A_Graphing_Laboratory_Data
                                    PO5. Record observations, notes,          2). Data Tables, Graphs                         .pdf
           Concept 2: Scientific    sketches, questions, ideas using tools                                                   balance , pennies
           Testing (Investigating   such as journals, charts, graphs and
           and Modeling             computers
                                                                             Perform:     Measuring   Density          by  http://www.evanschemistrycorn
                                                                               Graphing                                      er.com/Labs/Matter/L1-
                                                                            Assessment:                                      3A_Measuring_Density_by_Gr
                                                                               1). Lab. Report                               aphing.pdf
                                                                               2). Tables, Graphs                           balance, graduated cylinder,
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           Strand 2: History and    PO1. Interpret data that show a           Do Data and Graphs Analysis: “Life of  http://argyll.epsb.ca/jreed/math
           Nature of Science                                      Page 5 of 29                                                Revised: August 14, 2008


           Concept 3: Analysis,
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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                                Grade Level:       TWELVE

Quarter      Strand/Concept              Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                                      Activities/Assessments
                                   variety of possible relationships             Battery” and “ Population Size                9/strand4/4101.htm
                                   between variables including:                  Generation”                                  worksheet
                                            positive relationship,           Assessment: Answer the questions on the
                                            negative relationship,           worksheet.
                                            no relationship                   Perform        “Relationships    between      http://www.censusatschool.ca/0
                                                                                 Variables” Activity                           2/pdf/02_032_e.pdf
                                                                              Assessment: Construct data table and graph      worksheet
                                                                              and answer the questions on the worksheet.
                                   PO2. Evaluate whether investigational       Do and complete worksheet “Scientific              “Critical Thinking
                                   data support or do not support the            Measurement: Critical Thinking” pages          Worksheets” Addison-Wesley
                                   proposed hypothesis.                          7-8                                            Chemistry 4th ed. by Douglas
                                                                              Assessment: Data Table, Graphs, Answers           Martin and Matthew Keller,
                                                                              to Critical Thinking Questions                    pages 7-8
                                   PO4. Evaluate a design of an                Power Point Presentation: The Scientific      http://www.cobb.k12.ga.us/~dic
                                   investigation to identify possible            Method                                        kerson/sci%20method.ppt
                                   sources of procedural error, including:    Assessment: Identifying the Controls and        http://www.biologycorner.com/
                                   sample size, trials, controls, analyses.   Variables                                        worksheets/controls.html

                                                                               Power Point Presentation: Experimental        http://www.evanschemistrycorn
                                                                                 Error                                         er.com/WS/MatterWS/WS1-4-
                                                                              Assessment:                                      3A_Calculating_Errors_of_Me
                                                                                 1) Problem Solving: Solve for %               asurement.pdf
                                                                                     Error.                                   http://www.sciencespot.net/Me
                                                                                 2) Identify the possible sources of error     dia/scimethodconvar.pdf
                                                                                     in the investigation.                    Calculator
           Strand 2: History and   PO3. Critique reports of scientific         Read “ Chemistry and Industry:                Merril Chemistry – Chemistry
           Nature of               studies (e.g. published papers, student       Hydrogen: More Than Just the H in             and Industry, pages 3-6
                                   reports)                                      H2O”, pages 3-6, Chemistry and Industry      Worksheet
           ScienceChange
                                                                              Assessment: Complete the worksheet and
           to:Strand 1                                                        answer the questions therein.
                                   PO6. Use descriptive statistics to          Do and complete worksheet “ Scientific           “Issues in Chemical
           Concept 3: Analysis,    analyze data, including: mean,                Measurement: Issues in Chemical               Technology” Addison-Wesley
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                                   frequency, range.
                                                                              Assessment: Answer questions on page 8           Martin and Matthew Keller
           Refinements
                                                                               Conduct a research on the history of the         laptops, computers
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                                                          CURRICULUM MAP
Subject:   Chemistry                                                                             Grade Level:        TWELVE

Quarter      Strand/Concept            Performance Objective                        Suggested Student                      Resources/Materials
                                                                                   Activities/Assessments
                                                                             earliest attempts at measurement and
                                                                             standards and what practices might have
                                                                             encouraged the establishment of
                                                                             standards.
                                                                          Assessment: Research Paper and Oral
                                                                          Presentation
                                                                           Do and complete worksheet “Everyday             “Everyday Chemistry”
                                                                             Chemistry: Adopting the Metric System”          Addison-Wesley Chemistry 4th
                                                                             pages 7-8                                       ed
                                                                          Assessment:                                       worksheet
                                                                             1). Answer questions 1-4 on page 8
                                                                             2). Group Project – Apply Activities on
                                                                          page 8 of worksheet.
                                                                           Power Point Presentation: Observation,          http://www.sciencegeek.net/Ch
                                                                             Measurement and Calculation                     emistry/Powerpoint/Unit0/Unit
                                                                          Assessment: Determining number of                  0_files/frame.htm
                                                                          significant digits in measurements
           Strand 2Strand 1:      PO7. Propose further investigations      Perform : “Invisible Ink Activity”, page        TE PH Chemistry, page 21
           Inquiry                based on the findings of a conducted       21 of TE PH Chemistry                          Phenolphthalein, 2-propanol
                                                                          Assessment: Plan an extension experiment            solution, paint brush, white
           ProcessHistory and     investigation.
                                                                          to modify the investigation- test other             copy paper, household glass
           Nature of Science                                              variables to measure another parameter.             cleaner containing ammonia

           Concept 3: Analysis,                                            Perform “Observing and Inferring”               PH Chemistry Laboratory
           Conclusions and                                                   Activity, pages 21-24 of Laboratory             Manual pp 21-24
                                                                             Manual PH Chemistry                            Gloves, safety goggles, beakers,
           Refinements                                                                                                        stirring rods, wash bottles,
                                                                          Assessment: Propose an experiment to test
                                                                          one of the hypothesis in the investigation. If      graduated cylinder, ice, cornstarch,
                                                                          resources are available, perform the                copper wire, silver nitrate, distilled
                                                                          experiment.                                         water, manganese (IV) oxide,
                                                                                                                              hydrogen peroxide, wood splints,
                                                                                                                              matches, calcium ethanoate,
                                                                                                                              ethanol, universal indicator,
                                                                                                                              sodium hydroxide.


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                                                              CURRICULUM MAP
Subject:         Chemistry                                                                           Grade Level:        TWELVE

 Quarter           Strand/Concept            Performance Objective                      Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                                       Activities/Assessments
                 Strand 5: Physical     PO1. Describe substances based on      Perform Inquiry Activity:” Classifying               PH Chemistry, page 38
                 Science                their physical properties.               Matter” on page 38 of PH Chemistry                  Beakers, cups, tape,
                                                                              Assessment:
                                                                                                                               measuring cup, water, spoon,
                                                                                   1) Answer the Think About It
                 Concept 1: Structure   PO2. Describe substances based on     questions                                        baking powder, stirring rod, stop
                 and Properties of      their chemical properties.                                                             watch
                 Matter                                                           2) Laboratory Practical/                           PH Chemistry Laboratory
                                                                              Rotational Learning Station: Chemical and        Practical Manual , pp 10-11
                                                                              Physical Properties, PH Lab. Practical
                                                                                                                                     Water, hot plate, beaker,
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                                                                              Manual pp 10-11
                                                                                                                               rusting iron nail, Alka-Seltzer
                                                                                 3) Complete the “ Compound Problem            tablets, scissors, paper, baking
                                                                              “worksheet                                       soda, vinegar, salt, scoop
                                                                                                                                     http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                                                                               rner.com/WS/MatterWS/WS1-7-
                                                                                                                               1a_A_Compound_Problem.pdf

                                                                               Class Activity: Comparing Solids and              PH Chemistry TE page 41
                                                                                Liquids, page 41 of PH Chemistry TE

                                                                              Assessment:
                                                                                      1. Make models of solids, liquids
                                                                              and gases using common household items.
                                                                                      2. Given 15 samples, classify and
                                                                              sort the samples into the different states of
                                                                              matter.
                                                                               Perform Activity: Measuring the Density              http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                                 of Regular Objects                            rner.com/Labs/Matter/L1-3-
                                                                              Assessment: 1). Lab Report                       1A_Measuring_the_Density_of_Reg
                                                                                           2). Design an experiment to         ular_Objects.pdf
                                                                              test the new hypothesis                                metric rules, wood block



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                                                      CURRICULUM MAP
Subject:         Chemistry                                                                 Grade Level:       TWELVE

 Quarter           Strand/Concept       Performance Objective                   Suggested Student                Resources/Materials
                                                                               Activities/Assessments
                 Strand 5: Physical                                   Perform Activity: Comparing                       http://www.evanschemistryco
                 Science                                                  Compounds and Mixtures                  rner.com/Labs/Matter/L1-
                 Concept 1: Structure                                Assessment:                                  5A_Comparing_Compounds_and_M
                 and Properties of                                      1). Lab. Report                           ixtures.pdf
                 Matter                                                 2) Do Chlorine In Our Lives assignment           aluminum foil, beakers,
                                                                        3) Sort the samples given into            Bunsen burner, evaporating dish,
                                                                     compounds or mixtures.                       iron, iron sulfide, magnet, paper
                                                                        4). Sort samples into homogeneous or
                                                                                                                  towel, safety goggles, scoop,
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                                                                     heterogeneous mixtures.
                                                                                                                  match, sulfur, test tube, test tube
                                                                                                                  holder
                                                                                                                       http://www.americanchemistr
                                                                                                                  y.com/s_chlorine/science_sec.asp?C
                                                                                                                  ID=1214&DID=4690&CTYPEID=1
                                                                                                                  13&css=print
                                                                      Perform Activity: Exploring Chlorine            http://www.americanchemistr
                                                                          Compounds                               y.com/s_chlorine/science_sec.asp?C
                                                                     Assessment:                                  ID=1214&DID=4691&CTYPEID=1
                                                                        1). Answer questions on the worksheet.    13&css=print
                                                                        2) Collage Project: Elements,                   magnifying lens,
                                                                     Compounds, Mixtures                          aluminum foil, pH papers,
                                                                        3) Challenge Projects and Problems ,      chemplates, tap water, ammonia,
                                                                     pages 2 Challenges and Problems for the
                                                                     Words of Chemistry                           dropper, small spoon, paper
                                                                                                                  towel, iron chloride, calcium
                                                                                                                  chloride, sodium chloride, cupric
                                                                                                                  chloride
                                                                                                                        Challenges Projects and
                                                                                                                  Problems for World of Chemistry
                                                                                                                  by S. Zumdahl et al, page 2


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Subject:           Chemistry                                                                          Grade Level:        TWELVE

Quarter             Strand/Concept          Performance Objective                        Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                                        Activities/Assessments
                                       PO3. Predict properties of elements           Film Viewing: Structure of Metal                 http://www.teachersdomain.o
                                       and compounds using trends of the       Assessment: Metals Project                      rg/resources/phy03/sci/phys/matter/me
                                       periodic tables(e.g. metals, non-                                                       tal/index.html
                                       metals)
                                                                                      Perform the Activity: Visit to a Tiny            http://media.nasaexplores.co
                                                                               Planet: Metals of Nonmetals                     m/lessons/01-010/9-12_3.pdf
                                                                                                                                        test tubes, test tube rack,
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                                                                               Assessment:
                                                                                   1). Lab. Report; answer questions to        graduated cylinder, forceps, marking
                                                                               worksheet                                       pencils, small hammer, HCl, CuCl2, C,
                                                                                                                               Si, Sn, S, Fe, Mg, Zn
                                                                                    2). Research Paper on the elements                laptops/computers
                                                                               tested. Include Element Name, Year
                                                                               Discovered, Source, Uses, Unique
                                                                               Characteristics


                                                                                      Power Point Presentation: Types of            Challenge Projects and
                                                                               Elements                                        Problems for World of Chemistry
                                                                               Assessment: Collage Project: Samples of
                                                                                                                               by Zumdahl et al, page 3
                                                                               things made up of metals, nonmetals,
                                                                               metalloids



                                       PO4: Separate mixtures of substances     Perform: Separating a Mixture Activity               http://www.evanschemistryco
                                       based on their physical properties.     Assessment: Collaborative Activity: Given        rner.com/Labs/Matter/L1-
                                                                               a mixture, design a plan on how to isolate
                                                                                                                                6A_Separating_a_Mixture.pdf
                                                                               and retrieve the components of the mixture.
                                                                               When plan is approved, perform the                    various samples of
                                                                               experiment and prepare a class presentation.     mixtures




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                                                                  CURRICULUM MAP
Subject:         Chemistry                                                                                Grade Level:       TWELVE

 Quarter           Strand/Concept              Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                    Resources/Materials
                                                                                            Activities/Assessments
                                                                                           Perform: Quick Lab Activity:                 PH Chemistry TB p 45
                                                                                   “Separating Mixture”, page 45 of TB                   Marking pens, filter paper
                                                                                   Assessment: Collage of homogeneous and
                                                                                                                                   strip, metric ruler, clear plastic
                                                                                   heterogeneous mixtures; further classify the
                                                                                   mixtures into solutions, suspensions,           tape, pencil, rubbing alcohol,
                                                                                   colloids                                        beaker, clear plastic wrap
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                 Strand 2: History and   PO5: Design models (conceptual or          Perform: “Physical and Chemical                     PH Laboratory Manual,
                 Nature of               physical) of the following to represent       Change” Activity, pages 25-32 of PH         pages 25-32
                                                                                       Laboratory Manual
                 ScienceStrand           “real world” scenarios”: phase change                                                           Spatula, magnifying lens,
                 1:Inquiry Process                                                 Assessment:                                     magnet, test tubes, test tube rack,
                                                                                      1) Complete Lab report and answer            beakers, stirring rod, funnel, ring
                                                                                   questions on the worksheet.                     stand & support, evaporating
                 Concept 3: Analysis,                                                 2) Do Going Further Activity: Develop        dish, gas burner, watch glass,
                                                                                   Hypothesis and Design an Experiment
                 Conclusions and                                                                                                   wash bottle, tongs, wire gauze,
                 Refinements                                                                                                       test tube holder, paper, Mg, S,
                                                                                                                                   Fe, NaHCO3, NaCl, sucrose,
                                                                                                                                   sand, distilled water, filter paper,
                                                                                                                                   exposed film, HCl


                                                                                    Perform : “A Study of Chemical                      PH Chemistry Small Scale
                                                                                       Changes”, pages 23-30 of PH Chemistry       Chemistry Lab. Manual, pages
                                                                                       Small Scale Chemistry Lab. Manual
                                                                                                                                   23-30
                                                                                   Assessment:                                           Pipets, solutions of
                                                                                      1). Answer questions on Lab. Report          NaHCO3, HCl, blue dye, NaClO,
                                                                                   worksheet.                                      KI, starch, Pb(NO3)2, CaCl2,
                                                                                     2) Do “Now It’s Your Turn” Activity.          NaHSO4, Na2CO3,
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 Quarter           Strand/Concept             Performance Objective                          Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                                            Activities/Assessments
                                                                                      3) Poster Making: Draw or cut pictures        phenolphthalein, NaOH, AgNO3,
                                                                                         that depict changes in matter. Label       NH3, CuSO4
                                                                                         the illustrations as being physical ,
                                                                                         phase or chemical changes.



                 Strand 2: History and   PO1: For a scientific investigation,           Perform: Design and Engineering”                  http://education.jlab.org/bea
                 Nature of               choose an appropriate method for        Activity                                          msactivity/6thgrade/designandenginee
                                                                                 Assessment:
                 ScienceStrand           communicating results.                                                                    ring/designandengineering.pdf
                                                                                     1. Answers to questions on the
                 1:Inquiry Process       PO2: Produce graphs that                        worksheet.
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                                         communicate data.                                                                                 aluminum foil, dice, pans,
                 Concept 4:              PO3: Communicate results clearly             2.   Create data tables and graphs that      water , ruler
                 Communication           and logically.                                    will depict the data collected from
                                                                                           the investigation.
                                         PO4: Support conclusions with logical                                                            laptops/computers
                                         scientific arguments.                        3.   Write a research paper about
                                                                                           Inventions of Boats



                 Strand 3: Science in    PO1: Evaluate how the processes of            Film Viewing: Elements of                  United Streaming : Elements of
                 Personal and Social     natural ecosystem affect and are        Biology: Ecosystems: Organisms and their          Biology: Ecosystems: Organisms
                                                                                 Environment
                 Perspectives            affected by humans                                                                        and their Environment
                 Concept 1: Changes in
                 the Environment                                                 Assessment:
                                                                                   1). KWL paper
                                                                                   2). Film Viewing quiz




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Subject:        Chemistry                                                                          Grade Level:        TWELVE

Quarter          Strand/Concept         Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                                     Activities/Assessments
                                  PO2: Describe the environmental                   Perform Investigation 24: Are                 Laboratory Inquiry in
                                  effects of the following natural and/or   Pollutant Gases harmful to Plant Life? Chemistry by Bauer et al,
                                                                            Pages 109-111 of Laboratory Inquiry in pages 109-111
                                  human caused hazards: flooding,
                                                                            Chemistry
                                  pollutions, extreme weather.                                                                     Well plates, syringes,
                                                                            Assessment:                                    plastic caps, resalable plastic bags,
                                                                            1). Design an experiment for producing the microscopes and slides, universal
                                                                            gases , testing their effect and observing the indicator, sodium bisulfite, KNO3,
SECONDQUARTER




                                                                            behavior of algae. Write a report about the Na2CO3, FeCl3, HCl, NaOH, H2O2,
                                                                            investigation.                                 algae
                                                                            2.) Using the Problem/Solution graphical
                                                                            organizer, identify possible solutions to
                                                                            specific causes of air pollution. Indicate the
                                                                            people or agencies responsible for each
                                                                            action.
                                                                            3. ) Using the Cause-Effect graphical
                                                                            organizer, identify possible causes of air
                                                                            pollution and cite their ripple effects to
                                                                            humans, agriculture, economy, environment,
                                                                            etc.
                                  PO3: Assess how human activities                  Perform Investigation 7: Is the               Laboratory Inquiry in
                                  can affect the potential for hazard.      Water hard or Soft? Laboratory Inquiry in      Chemistry by Bauer et al,
                                                                            Chemistry by Bauer et al, pages 41-43          pages 41-43
                                                                                                                                   CaCl2 solution, water
                                                                            Assessment:                                    sample, distilled water sample,
                                                                            1) Develop a method for determining the borax, NaCl, Na2CO3, Na3PO4,
                                                                            hardness of water samples and prepare a Na2SO4, plastic droppers, balances,
                                                                            report about the investigation.                graduated cylinders, burets, pipets
                                                                            2). Identify and analyze situations that
                                                                            contribute to water pollution. Prepare a
                                                                            poster or a collage for presentation.
                                                                            3). Classify substances as being water
                                                                            soluble or not.



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Quarter                   Strand/Concept             Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                      Resources/Materials
                                                                                                  Activities/Assessments
                                               PO4: Evaluate the following factors               Perform Investigation 26:” How                 Laboratory Inquiry in
                                               that affect the quality of life: urban    Much Gas is Produced? “on pages 117-119          Chemistry by Bauer et al, pages
                                                                                         of Laboratory Inquiry in Chemistry by            117-119
                                               development, smoke, volcanic dust,
                                                                                         Bauer et al.                                            HCl, Mg ribbon, CaCO3,
                                               etc.                                      Assessment:                                      Na2CO3, balances, thread, tissues,
                                                                                          Design a method for measuring the amount        thermometer, gas collecting tubes,
                                                                                         of gaseous product obtained from various         syringe, Tygon tubing, flasks,
                                                                                         reactions. Prepare a lab report for the          rubber stoppers, graduated cylinder
                                                                                         investigation
                                                                                                 Collaborative Activity: Conduct a             Laptops/computers,
                                                                                         research about factors that affect the quality   newspapers, journals, magazines
                                                                                         of life worldwide. Rank these factors
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                                                                                         according to degree of impact and prepare a
                                                                                         Power Point Presentation to report about
                                                                                         the top 3 factors and their implications to
                                                                                         life. Make recommendations on how to halt
                                                                                         or curb these effects.
                                                                                         Assessment: Power Point Presentation
                                               PO5: Evaluate the effectiveness of                Film Viewing: Earth Science:            http://streaming.discoveryeducation.co
                                                                                         Conservation of Natural Resources                m/search/assetDetail.cfm?guidAssetID
                                               conservation practices and                                                                 =1F6DDFD1-0C36-4436-8D3D-
                                               preservation techniques on                                                                 96B18E555AF0
                                                                                         Assessment: 1) 3 Column T-Chart
                                               environmental quality and                  Practice/      Use/s        Advantages/         *Earth Science: Conservation of
                                               biodiversity.                              Technique                   Disadvantages       Natural Resources

                                                                                         2) Investigatory Project Proposal
                        Strand 3: Science in   PO1: Analyze the factors that limit              Film Viewing :Biologix: Patters of http://streaming.discoveryeducatio
                        Personal and Social    the growth of human population            Population Growth and Management           n.com/search/assetDetail.cfm?guid
                                                                                                                                   AssetID=0EF1FF16-2A30-4A48-
                        Perspectives           including:
                                                                                         Assessment: 1) 3-Column T-Chart            86BA-5D281C9E3B18
                        Concept 3: Human       *affluence                                 Factors     Effects           Remedies    * Biologix: Patterns of Population
                        Population             *education                                                                           Growth and Management
                        Characteristics        *access to health care                    2) Investigatory Project Proposal
                                               *cultural influences

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Subject:         Chemistry                                                                             Grade Level:       TWELVE

 Quarter           Strand/Concept              Performance Objective                       Suggested Student                   Resources/Materials
                                                                                          Activities/Assessments
                 Strand 3: Science in   PO1: Analyze the cost, benefits and           Collaborative Activity: Research              Laptops, newspapers,
                 Personal and social    risks of various ways of dealing with and conduct interviews about abandoned           magazines
                                                                              mines in the Reservation and stored                     http://science.howstuffworks.
                 Perspectives           the following problems: storage of                                                     com/storing-hazardous-waste.htm
                                                                              hazardous wastes.. Research should include
                                        nuclear waste, abandoned mines,       the following: what was mined in the area,
                 Concept 2: Science and hazardous wastes                      how long the mine was active and closed or
                 Technology in Society  PO3: Support a position on a science  abandoned,       reasons     for      closure,
                                        or technology issue                   environmental      issues    affecting     the
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                                        PO2: Recognize the importance of      community and its residents, and other
                                        basic arguments on a thorough         pertinent facts about the advantages and
                                        understanding of the core concepts anddisadvantages of having the mine
                                        principles of science and technology. abandoned.       Prepare a Power Point
                                                                              Presentation of research/findings.
                                                                              Assessment:
                                                                              1). Pros and Cons evaluation paper.
                                                                              2) Position Paper: Should Uranium Mines
                                                                              be Closed or Remain Closed?
                                          PO4: Analyze the use of renewable           Film Viewing: Southwest Region,         1)http://streaming.discoveryeducation.
                                          and non-renewable resources in The Environment                                       com/search/assetDetail.cfm?guidAsset
                                          Arizona: water, land, air, minerals         Film Viewing: Basics of Geography       ID=EBF80574-CF1A-4D78-A131-
                                          PO5:     Evaluate methods used to II: Natural Resource                               AB225A9A2C92
                                          manage natural resources.                   Film Viewing: Learning about            *Southwest Region, The
                                                                              Natural Resources                                Environment
                                                                                                                               2)http://streaming.discoveryeducation.
                                                                                 Assessment:                                   com/search/assetDetail.cfm?guidAsset
                                                                                 1). KWL                                       ID=8575F2FB-5C73-4E8A-B71F-
                                                                                 2). Video Quizzes                             3998AF9D161A
                                                                                 3). Survey on use/consumption of resources.   *Basics of Geography II: Natural
                                                                                 4). Investigatory Project Proposal            Resource segment
                                                                                                                               3)http://streaming.discoveryeducation.
                                                                                                                               com/search/assetDetail.cfm?guidAsset
                                                                                                                               ID=2C0D0AA6-C2A6-40DE-8143-
                                                                                                                               7E62BE406ECB
                                                                                                                               *Learning about Natural
                                                                                                                               Resources

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Subject:        Chemistry                                                                         Grade Level:      TWELVE

Quarter           Strand/Concept             Performance Objective                    Suggested Student                  Resources/Materials
                                                                                     Activities/Assessments
                Strand    5:  Physical PO7.     Describe the historical        Perform “Electrical Nature of                    http://www.evanschemistryco
                Science                development of models of atom    Matter”                                          rner.com/Labs/Atomic_Structure/L2-
                                                                        Assessment:                                      1A_Exploring_the_Electrical_Nature_
                Concept 1: Structure                                        1. Lab. Report,                              of_Matter.pdf
                                                                                                                                 Paper towel; paper (sheet);
                and    Properties   of                                      2. Teacher-made test
                                                                                                                         ring stand and iron ring; scissors or
                Matter                                                                                                   hole punch; stirring rods(2); tap water;
                                                                                                                         thread
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                                                                                Do Understanding the Rutherford’s               http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                         Model Activity.                                 rner.com/WS/Atomic_StructureWS/W
                                                                         Assessment:                                     S2-2-
                                                                            1. Answer questions from the                 1a_Understanding_the_Rutherford_M
                                                                                                                         odel.pdf
                                                                                 worksheet
                                                                                                                                 Worksheet
                                                                            2. Teacher-made test
                                                                                Understanding the Bohr’s Model                  http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                         Assessment:                                     rner.com/WS/Atomic_StructureWS/W
                                                                            1. Answer questions from the worksheet       S2-2-
                                                                            2. Teacher-made test                         3a_Understanding_the_Bohr_Model.p
                                                                                                                         df
                                                                                Power Point Presentation
                                                                                                                                 http://www.chalkbored.com/l
                                                                         “Historical Overview of the Atom from           essons/chemistry-11/atomic-
                                                                         Democritus to Bohr                              models.ppt#12
                                                                         Assessment:                                             worksheets
                                                                               1. Atomic Model Timeline
                                                                               2. Teacher-made test
                                       PO5. Design models (conceptual or        Atomic Debate                           http://www.evanschemistrycorner.com
                                       physical) of the atoms.           Assessment: Skit , Performance                  /WS/Atomic_StructureWS/WS2-1-
                                                                                                                         3a_The_Great_Atomic_Debate.pdf

                Add:Strand5:                                                       Class Activity: Make models of the            http://science-
                Physical Science                                             atoms according to the timeline of the      class.net/Lessons/Chemistry/Atoms/Di
                Concept 1: Structure                                         development of the atom                     agrams_models.pdf
                and Properties of                                            Assessment: Models graded by a rubric             worksheets , Project
                Matter                                                                                                   Rubric
                                       PO6. Describe the following features     Power Point: Atoms and Elements         http://www.unit5.org/chemistry/UPD
                                                                                                                         ATE%20WEB4-
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                                       and components of atom: protons, Assessment:
                                       neutrons, electrons, mass, number and  1) Close Activity                          08/Atom/Atom%20PP/Dalton%20Mo
                                                                                                                         del%20of%20the%20Atom.ppt#5
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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                         Grade Level:       TWELVE

Quarter     Strand/Concept         Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                    Resources/Materials
                                                                                Activities/Assessments
                             types     of    particles,   structure,       2) Word Search                                     http://chemistry.slss.ie/downl
                             organization.                                 3) Worksheet on number of subatomic        oads/ch_re_dartsatom.pdf
                                                                              particle                                        worksheets
                                                                           4) Teacher-made test                               http://sciencespot.net/Media/
                                                                                                                      Starters/Atomic_1.ppt#2
                                                                               Collaborative Activity: Electron            Small Scale Chemistry
                                                                       Configurations of Atoms and Ions               Laboratory Manual, pp 73-76
                                                                       Assessment:                                          Pipets,
                                                                          1). Complete the worksheet.                       Solutions of NaCl,
                                                                           2) Design and carry out an experiment to   MgSO4, AlCl3, FeCl3, CaCl2,
                                                                       find out which metal ions form precipitates    NiSO4, CuSO4, AgNO3, NaOH,
                                                                       with sodium phosphate.                         Na2CO3, Na3PO4

                                                                                                                              http://www2.ucdsb.on.ca/tiss/
                                                                                                                      stretton/CHEM1/avogad4.html
                                                                                                                              worksheets

                             PO8. Explain the details of atomic            Analyzing the Bohr Atom                          http://www.evanschemistryco
                             structure (e.g. electron configuration, Assessment: Answer the questions from the        rner.com/WS/Atomic_StructureWS/W
                             energy levels, isotopes).               worksheet.                                       S2-3-
                                                                                                                      2_Analyzing_the_Bohr_Atom.pdf
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                                                                                                                              worksheets

                                                                              Individual Activity: Write the               PH Chemistry textbook,
                                                                      electron configuration of elements per          pages 133-136; 149-150
                                                                      period.                                               Periodic table
                                                                      Assessment:                                           Electron configuration
                                                                      1. Electron Configuration, Valence              Mnemonics
                                                                      electrons.
                                                                      2. Chp. 5 Assessment questions, p149-150
                                                                      of TB
                             PO3.      Predict the properties of              Individual Activity: Writing               Periodic Table
                             elements and compounds using trends Electron Configuration                                   Electron configuration
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                             of the periodic table (e.g. metals, non- Assessment: Predicting the nature of            Mnemonics
                             metals, bonding-ionic, covalent).        elements based on their electron
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Quarter      Strand/Concept               Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                   Resources/Materials
                                                                                       Activities/Assessments
                                                                              configuration.

           Strand 5: Physical       PO7.      Explain the relationship               Perform Flame Test Activity                   http://www.evanschemistryco
           Science                  between the wavelength of light           Assessment:                                   rner.com/Labs/Atomic_Structure/L2-
           Concept 5:               absorbed or released by an atom or        1. Lab. Report                                3A_Flame_Tests.pdf
           Interactions of Energy   molecule and the transfer of a discrete   2. Identifying unknown samples                        Bunsen burner, nichrome
           and Matter               amount of energy.                                                                       wire, match, Bunsen burner; beaker;
                                                                                                                            metal solutions (barium, calcium,
                                                                                                                            lithium, potassium, sodium,
                                                                                                                            strontium); hydrochloric acid; safety
                                                                                                                            goggles; unknown solutions

                                                                                     Perform Bright Light Spectra                 http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                              Assessment:                                   rner.com/Labs/Atomic_Structure/L2-
                                                                              1. Lab. Report                                4A_Observing_Bright_Line_Spectra.p
                                                                              2. Teacher-made test                          df
                                                                                                                                   gas tubes, power supply,
                                                                                                                            spectroscope

                                                                                    Flame Test for Metals Movie            http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_mcmurry
                                                                              Assessment: Teacher-made test                 _chemistry_4/0,7623,617465-,00.html

           Strand    5:  Physical PO3. Predict properties of elements                Perform Testing for Different                  http://www.evanschemistryco
           Science                and compounds using trends of the           Charges                                       rner.com/Labs/Bonding/L4-
                                  periodic table (bonding- ionic,             Assessment:                                   2A_Testing_for_Different_Charges.pd
           Concept 1: Structure covalent)                                         1. Lab Report                             f
                                                                                                                                     Hydrogen peroxide (3%);
           and    Properties   of                                                 2. Classifying elements as cations or
                                                                                                                            iron II sulfate solution; iron III
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                                                                                                                            chloride solution; medicine
                                                                                                                            dropper; sodium hydroxide solution;
                                                                                                                            stirring rod; test tube rack; test tubes
                                    PO6. Describe the following features       Collaborative Activity: Do Periodic                  http://sciencespot.net/Media/
                                    and the components of the atom: Table Basics                                            ptablebasics.pdf
                                    structure, organization              Assessment:                                             worksheets , Periodic
                                                                            1. Answer questions from the activity.          Table
                                                                            2. Teacher-made test

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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                                Grade Level:   TWELVE

Quarter      Strand/Concept             Performance Objective                        Suggested Student                 Resources/Materials
                                                                                    Activities/Assessments
                                                                               Dyad Activity: Do Periodic Table       http://sciencespot.net/Media/ptablebas
                                                                        Basic 2                                        ics2.pdf
                                                                        Assessment:                                            Periodic Table
                                                                          1). Answer questions from the activity.
                                                                          2). Teacher-made test

                                                                                Triad Activity: Element Cards                 http://sciencespot.net/Media/
                                                                        Assessment: Cards will be graded in terms      ptablebasicscards2.pdf
                                                                        of the following:                                      Element’s Cards

                                                                             1) # of subatomic particles
                                                                              2) Bohr’s Diagram
                                                                              3). Lewis Structure
                                                                             4). Group & Period #

                                                                                 Power Point Presentation: Periodic           http://www.gk-
                                                                        Table of Elements                              12fellows.missouristate.edu/8th%20gr
                                                                        Assessment:                                    ade%20Powerpoints/Periodic%20Tabl
                                                                           1). 5-Column T-Chart to include the         e.ppt#22
                                                                        following:
                                                                                                                               http://sciencespot.net/Media/
                                                                             a). Element’s symbol                      ptblpuzzle.pdf
                                                                            b). Number of valence electrons
                                                                            c). Highest energy level                           Periodic Table
                                                                            d) Group #
                                                                            e) Period #                                      Small Scale Chemistry
                                                                                                                       Laboratory Manual, pages 69-71
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                                                                        3). Periodic Table Logic
           Strand     5:Physical PO 4. Distinguish among the types of       Film Viewing: United Streaming                    http://streaming.discoveryedu
           Science               bonds i.e.,                          “Physical Science Series: Chemical               cation.com/search/assetDetail.cfm?gui
           Concept 4: Chemical                                        Bonding”                                         dAssetID=547C7D47-0D64-4969-
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                                 *covalent,                              1) KWL Paper                                          Periodic Table
                                 *metallic                               2) Video Quiz

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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                  Grade Level:        TWELVE

Quarter     Strand/Concept        Performance Objective                   Suggested Student                  Resources/Materials
                                                                         Activities/Assessments
                             * hydrogen bonding                        Individual Activity: Predicting
                                                                Type of Bond between Atoms
                                                                Assessment: identify the bonds formed
                                                                between given pairs of elements.
                                                                       Collaborative Activity:                     http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                Constructing Molecular Models                rner.com/Labs/Bonding/L4-
                                                                Assessment:                                  7a_Constructing_Molecular_Models.p
                                                                1. Answers to questions on worksheet.        df
                                                                2. Models                                           Molecular Model Kit
                                                                                                                    Periodic Table

                                                                       Dyad Activity: Bonding Basics               http://sciencespot.net/Media/
                                                                Assessment:                                  bondingbasics2008.pdf
                                                                    Complete and answer the questions on            Periodic Table
                                                                the Bonding Basics (Ionic, & Covalent        
                                                                Bonds ) Worksheet
                                                                       Collaborative Activity: Chemical            http://www.nclark.net/bondin
                                                                Bonding Jeopardy                             gjeopardy.ppt#2
                                                                Assessment: Answers to questions on the
                                                                jeopardy games
                                                                       Collaborative Activity: Ion Chips           Ion chips worksheets and
                                                                Activity                                     cards
                                                                Assessment: Formula writing for ionic
                                                                compounds and covalent compounds
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                                                                       Inquiry Activity: Element Search            PH Chemistry page 252
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                                                                Assessment: Answer Think About It                   Ingredient labels
                                                                questions; Booklet
                                                                       Collaborative Activity: Names and           Pencil, paper, ruler,
                                                                Formulas for Ionic Compounds                 reaction surface, spatula, AgNO3,
                                                                Assessment:                                  Pb(NO3)2, CaCl2, Na2CO3, Na3PO4,
                                                                    1) Write the formulas and names of the   NaOH, Na2SO4, FeCL3, MgSO4,
                                                                        chemical compounds produced in       CuSO4,
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                                                                        mixings.                                    Ion charges sheet
                                                                    2) Answer Understanding Concepts                Periodic Table
                                                                        questions 65-70 on page 282 of PH           PH Chemistry page 282

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Subject:          Chemistry                                                                               Grade Level:       TWELVE

 Quarter            Strand/Concept              Performance Objective                         Suggested Student                    Resources/Materials
                                                                                             Activities/Assessments
                                                                                            Chemistry
                                                                                           Perform “Evidence of Hydrogen                 PH Chemistry TE p 243
                                                                                   Bonding”, page 243 of PH Chemistry TE                  Stoppered flasks, glycerol,
                                                                                   Assessment: Predict what type of intra-         ethylene glycol, water, ethanol
                                                                                   molecular forces of attraction exists between
                                                                                   pairs of compounds/molecules.
                                           PO7.    Predict the properties (e.g.            Perform “Intermolecular Forces”               http://www.evanschemistryco
                                           melting     point,    boiling    point, Activity                                        rner.com/WS/BondingWS/WS4-4-
                                           conductivity) of substances base        Assessment: Complete the worksheet &            2_Intermolecular_Forces.pdf
                                           upon bond type                          interpret the graph.                                   water, beaker, hot plate
                                                                                           Individual Activity: Conduct a                http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                                   research on “Comparing Covalent & Ionic         rner.com/WS/BondingWS/WS4-5-
                                                                                   Substances” and prepare a research paper        1A_Comparing_Covalent_and_Ionic_
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                                                                                   Assessment: Evaluation of research paper        Substances.pdf
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                                                                                   using a project’s rubric.                             laptops/computers,
                                                                                                                                   magazines, newspapers
                  Strand    5:   Physical PO3. Represent a chemical reaction              Collaborative Activity: Inquiry                PH Chemistry textbook page
                  Science                 by using a balanced equation             Activity” Modeling Chemical Reactions”,         320
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                                                                                   page 310 of TB                                         36 colored paper clips
                  Concept 4: Chemical                                              Assessment: Answer Think About It
                  Reactions                                                        questions
                                                                                          Power Point Presentations:                     http://www.unit5.org/chemist
                                                                                   Chemical Equations                              ry/UPDATE%20WEB4-
                                                                                                                                   08/Equations/Equations%20PP/Chemi
                                                                                   Assessment: Do Practice Problems 3 & 4          cal%20Equations%20.ppt#12
                                                                                   on page 327, 5 &6 on page 328 and 10-12               PH Chemistry TB pages
                                                                                   on page 329 of PH Chemistry TB                  327-279

                                                                                         Dyad Activity & Scouting:                       http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                                   Balancing Equations                             rner.com/WS/Formulas_EquationsWS
                                                                                   Assessment: Balance the equations on the        /WS5-
                                                                                   worksheet.                                      53A_Balancing_Equations_and_Identi
                                                                                                                                   fying_Reaction_Types.pdf
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                                                                                                                                          worksheets
                                           PO2. Identify the indicators of           Collaborative Activity: “Types of                  PH Chemistry Laboratory
                                           chemical change, including formation Chemical Reaction”, pp 91-96 of PH                 Manual pp 91-96
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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                        Grade Level:       TWELVE

Quarter     Strand/Concept        Performance Objective                        Suggested Student                   Resources/Materials
                                                                              Activities/Assessments
                             of precipitate, evolution of a gas, color Chemistry Lab. Manual                               Test tubes, balance, pipet,
                             change, absorption or release of heat Assessment:                                     test tube rack, crucible tongs, gas
                             energy.                                      1) Answer the analysis and conclusions   burner, ring stand, utility clamps,
                                                                       questions on the worksheet.                 CuSO4, Fe, Pb(NO3)2, KI , HCl ,
                             PO9.     Predict the products of a           2) Do “Going Further Activities          Mg, wood splints, matches, H2O2
                             chemical reaction using types of ( Develop a Hypothesis and Design an
                             reaction          (e.g.        synthesis, Experiment )
                             decomposition,             replacement,           Film Viewing: Synthesizing an              http://www.teachersdomai
                             combustion).                              Alkaloid                                    n.org/resources/pj07/sci/phys/matt
                                                                       Assessment:                                 er/alkaloid/index.html
                                                                          1). Answer Discussion Questions from             http://www.evanschemistr
                                                                       the film                                    ycorner.com/WS/Formulas_Equati
                                                                          2) Complete “Understanding Chemical      onsWS/WS5-3-
                                                                       Equations” worksheet                        1a_Understanding_Chemical_Equ
                                                                                                                   ations.pdf
                                                                                                                           worksheets
                                                                            Film Viewing: Fireworks: Making       http://www.teachersdomain.org/res
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                                                                     Assessment: Answer Discussion Questions       orkcol/index.html
                                                                     from the film.
                                                                            Film Viewing “Type of Chemical        http://www.marymount.k12.ny.us/
                                                                     Reaction”                                     marynet/stwbwk05/05flashchem/k
                                                                     Assessment: Classify reactions as being       ereaction/reaction.html
                                                                     synthesis, decomposition, single
                                                                     replacement, double replacement or
                                                                     combustion

                             PO 1. Apply the Law of Conservation Perform “Conserving Mass during                          http://www.evanschemistryco
                                                                                                                   rner.com/WS/Formulas_EquationsWS
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                             of Matter to changes in a system.   Chemical Reactions” Activist
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                                                                    1). Complete the worksheet and solve the       51_Conservation_During_Chemical_
                                                                                                                   Reactions.pdf
                                                                 problems.
                                                                                                                          worksheets
                                                                    2) Problem Solving applying the Law of
                                                                 Conservation of Mass

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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                         Grade Level:        TWELVE

Quarter     Strand/Concept         Performance Objective                        Suggested Student                    Resources/Materials
                                                                               Activities/Assessments
                             PO 11. Predict the effects of various           Collaborative Activity: Inquiry               PH Chemistry pp 540 ,
                             factors       (e.g.      temperature,    Activity “ Temperature and Reaction            547
                             concentration, pressure, catalyst) on    Rates”, p 540 of TB                                   Masking tape, plastic cups,
                             the equilibrium state and the rates of                                                  hot and cold tap water,
                             chemical reaction.                       Assessment:                                    effervescent antacid tablets, timer,
                                                                         1). Describe the relationship between       graph paper, pen or pencil
                                                                      temperature and rate of reaction?
                                                                         2) Interpreting Graphs, p 547 of TB

                                                                             Rotational Learning Station: Factors           PH Chemistry Laboratory
                                                                      Affecting Reaction Rates                       Manual pp 225-230
                                                                                                                             Graduated cylinder, test
                                                                      Assessment:                                    tubes, beakers, ring stand &
                                                                         1) Answer the questions on the Analysis     support, wire gauze, thermometer ,
                                                                      & Conclusion section.                          test tube rack, timer, aluminum
                                                                         2) Do Going Further Activity ( Develop      foil, crucible tongs, pipet, balance,
                                                                      Hypothesis & Design an Experiment).            HCl, Zn strips, steel wool, wood
                                                                        3) Teacher-made Test                         splints, H2O2, FeCl3, Fe(NO3)3,
                                                                                                                     CaCL2, KNO3, MnCl2, powdered
                                                                                                                     Zn

                                                                              Reading-Writing Activity: Reaction         Guided Reading and Study
                                                                      Rates and Equilibrium                          Workbook pp 193-208
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                                                                      Assessment:                                         calculator
                                                                          1). Answer questions on the worksheet.
                                                                          2) Solve the Guided Practice Problems
                             PO 13 Determine the transfer of                  Collaborative Activity: Inquiry                PH Chemistry p 630
                             electrons in oxidation/reduction         Activity “Rusting” , p 630 of TB                        Fine sand paper, iron
                             reactions.                               Assessment:                                    finishing nails, paper towels,
                                                                          1). Answer Think About It questions.       scissors, water, saucer, pliers,
                                                                          2). Venn Diagram to compare oxidation      copper wire, zinc strip, petroleum
                                                                      vs. reduction; oxidizing agent vs. reducing    jelly, table salt, plastic wrap.
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                                                                      agent
                                                                          3), Determine what is oxidized and what
                                                                      is reduced in given reactions. Identify the
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Quarter     Strand/Concept         Performance Objective                        Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                               Activities/Assessments
                                                                       oxidizing and reducing agents in each case.
                                                                               Film Viewing: Introduction to                http://www.inlets.net/ICT/sci
                                                                       REDOX Reactions                                ence/redox_reactions/index.php#
                                                                       Assessment: Cloze Sentences
                             PO5. Describe the mole concept and                Collaborative Activity: Inquiry              PH Chemistry p 286
                             its relationship to Avogadro’s            Activity “ Counting by Measuring Mass”                Paper clips, balance
                             number.                                   Assessment: Graphical Organizer-Web :
                                                                       Describe a mole
                             PO6. Solve problems involving such                Collaborative Activity: Small Scale           PH Chemistry, pp 304 & 315
                             quantities as moles, mass, molecules, Lab “Counting by Measuring Mass”                           http://www2.ucdsb.on.ca/tiss/
                             volume of gas, and molarity using the Assessment:: Solve problems 52-54 and              stretton/CHEM1/avogad2.html
                             mole concept and Avogadro’s number. Problems 58-62 on page 315 of PH                            calculator
                                                                       Chemistry                                             Periodic Table
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                                                                               Collaborative Activity: Mole Relay           Mole Problem worksheet
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                                                                       Assessment: Convert mass to mole, mole to             Periodic table
                                                                       mass, particles to moles, moles to particles          calculator
                                                                               Individual Activity: Calculating             PH Chemistry TE page
                                                                       Molar Mass and Molarity of Solutions           295
                                                                       Assessment: Calculate for the Molar Mass              Periodic Table
                                                                       of compounds                                          Formula cards
                             PO8.       Quantify the relationships             Collaborative Activity: Inquiry              PH Chemistry page 352
                             between the reactants and products in Activity “ How many Can you Make?, p                      calculator
                             chemical reactions (e.g. stoichiometry, 352 of TB
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                             equilibrium)                              Assessment: Problem Solving
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                                                                               Collaborative Activity: The                   http://devacaf.caes.uga.edu/m
                                                                       Stoichiometry of S’mores                       ain/lessonPlan/SMoreLP.pdf
                                                                       Assessment:                                           chocolate bar,
                                                                          1). Identifying limiting and excess         marshmallows, graham crackers,
                                                                       reagent.                                       paper plate, napkins, balance
                                                                          2). Problem solving
                                                                               Class Activity: Stoichiometric               PH Chemistry TE, page
                                                                       Flash Cards                                    365
                                                                       Assessment: Dimensional Analysis                      Index cards, marker pens
                                                                               Collaborative Activity: Quick Lab            PH Chemistry p 372
                                                                       “ Limiting Reagents”                                  Graduated cylinder,
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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                              Grade Level:       TWELVE

Quarter      Strand/Concept              Performance Objective                       Suggested Student                    Resources/Materials
                                                                                    Activities/Assessments
                                                                           Assessment:                                    balance, E. flask, rubber balloons,
                                                                           1). Predicting limiting/excess reagent.        Mg ribbon, HCl acid
                                                                           2). Problem solving – mass of product, %
                                                                           yield
           Strand 5: Physical       PO 4. Describe the basic assumptions            Animation: Gas Properties – Java             http://www.teachersdomain.o
           Science                  of kinetic molecular theory.           Interactive                                    rg/resources/hew06/sci/phys/matter/pr
                                                                           Assessment:                                    opgas/index.html
           Concept 5:                                                          1) Answer discussion questions.                   laptops, graph paper
           Interactions of Energy                                              2). Create data table and graph using
           and Matter                                                      Excel program
                                                                               3). Graphical Organizer: Web
                                                                           illustrating the properties of gases
                                    PO5. Apply kinetic molecular theory             Inquiry Activity: Floating Candles          http://www.science-
                                    to the behavior of matter (e.g. gas    Activity                                       house.org/learn/CountertopChem/exp6
                                    laws)                                  Assessment: Use T-Chart and sequence the       .html
                                                                           events that were observed and use the Gas             votive candles, beakers,
                                                                           Laws and the Principles of Combustion to       candle taper, Petri dish, matches,
                                                                           explain the observation listed.                water

                                                                                   Collaborative Activity: Inquiry             PH Chemistry page 412
                                                                           Activity” Observing Volume Changes”,                 Round non latex balloons,
                                                                           page 412 of PH Chemistry                       marking pen, freezer, metric tape,
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                                                                           Assessment:                                    sunny window
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                                                                           1). Derive the mathematical equation for             calculator
                                                                           Charles’ law and the factors V1, V2, T1 and
                                                                           T2.
                                                                           2). Problem solving applying Charles’ Law
                                                                                   Collaborative Activity: Inquiry             Wooden blocks, syringe,
                                                                           Activity “ Boyle’s Law Activity”               books of the same size and mass,
                                                                           Assessment:                                    graphing paper
                                                                              1). Derive the mathematical equation for          calculator
                                                                           Boyle’s law and for the factors P1, P2, V1
                                                                           and V2.
                                                                               2). Problem Solving applying Boyle’s
                                                                           law

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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                              Grade Level:          TWELVE

Quarter      Strand/Concept           Performance Objective                          Suggested Student                    Resources/Materials
                                                                                    Activities/Assessments
                                                                                  Collaborative Activity: “ Observing            PH Chemistry TE page
                                                                           Effect of Pressure on Temperature”, page       422
                                                                           422 of PH Chemistry TE                                 Large vats, ice water, hot
                                                                           Assessment:                                    water, inflated bicycle tire,
                                                                             1). Derive the mathematical equation for     graphing paper
                                                                           Gay Lussac’s law and for the factors P1, P2,           calculator
                                                                           T1 and T2.
                                                                             2). Problem solving applying Gay
                                                                           Lussac’s law.

                                                                                   Dyad Activity: Deriving the                  PH Chemistry pages 424-
                                                                           Combined Gas Law                               425
                                                                           Assessment:                                           calculator
                                                                              1). Derive the equation for the
                                                                           Combined Gas Law and for the factors P1,
                                                                           V1 , T1, P2, V2 and T2.
                                                                              2). Problem Solving applying the
                                                                           Combined Gas Law
                                                                                   Collaborative Activity: Quick Lab            PH Chemistry, page 428
                                                                           “ Carbon Dioxide from Antacid Tablets”,               Effervescent tablets,
                                                                           page 428 of PH Chemistry                       spherical rubber balloons,
                                                                                                                          medicine dropper, water, watch,
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                                                                           Assessment:                                    metric tape measure, graph paper,
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                                                                              1). Make a graph of the data collected      pressure sensor
                                                                           from the activity.
                                                                              2). Derive the equations for P, V, n, R
                                                                           and T.
                                                                              3). Problem solving applying the Ideal
                                                                           gas law.


           Strand 5 : Physical   PO3:Recognize that energy is                     Collaborative Activity: Inquiry               PH Chemistry, page 504
           Science               conserved in a closed system              Activity” Observing Heat Flow”, page 504              Clean medium sized
                                                                           of PH Chemistry                                rubber band
           Concept 3:
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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                                  Grade Level:        TWELVE

Quarter      Strand/Concept               Performance Objective                          Suggested Student                     Resources/Materials
                                                                                        Activities/Assessments
           Conservation of                                                     Assessment:
           Energy and Increase                                                    1). Venn Diagram to compare and
           Disorder                                                            contrast endothermic and exothermic
                                                                               processes.
                                                                                  2). Poster Making that depicts
                                                                               endothermic and exothermic processes.

                                    PO4: Calculate quantitative                      Class Activity: Calorimetric                     PH Chemistry TE page
                                    relationships associated with              Measurements, page 512 of PH Chemistry          512
                                    conservation of energy.                    TE                                                    1 M HCl, foam cup,
                                                                                                                               thermometer, mossy zinc,
                                                                               Assessment:                                     magnesium turnings
                                                                                  1). Calculate for the enthalpy of reaction         calculator
                                                                               between HCl and Zn.
                                                                                  2) Problem solving involving enthalpy
                                                                               changes.
           Strand 5: Physical       PO6. Analyze calorimetric                         Interactive Activity: Dissolving                http://www.teachersdomain.o
           Science                  measurements in simple systems and         Salt in Water                                   rg/resources/lsps07/sci/phys/matter/dis
           Concept 5:               the energy involved in change of state.                                                    solvesalt/index.html
           Interactions of Energy                                              Assessment:                                             laptops/computers
                                                                                                                                       graphing paper
           and Matter                                                            1). Answer discussion questions.
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                                                                                   2). Make a time-temperature graph for 2
                                                                               salts used in the interactive activity and
                                                                               make a conclusion as to the effect of the
                                                                               type of salt on the amount of heat generated
                                                                               during the dissolving process.




                                                                                      Collaborative Activity: Quick Lab.             PH Chemistry, page 522
                                                                               “ Heat of Fusion of Ice”, page 522 of PH               Ice, foam cup, graduated
                                                                               Chemistry                                       cylinder, thermometer, hot water
                                                                                                                                      calculator
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Subject:         Chemistry                                                                           Grade Level:          TWELVE

 Quarter           Strand/Concept           Performance Objective                       Suggested Student                    Resources/Materials
                                                                                       Activities/Assessments
                                                                              Assessment:
                                                                                 1). Answer Analyze & conclude
                                                                              questions on the worksheet.

                                                                                 2). Venn Diagram to compare and
                                                                              contrast the following:
                                                                                    * heats of fusion and solidification
                                                                                    * heats of vaporization and
                                                                                          condensation

                                                                                 3). Problem solving involving heats in
                                                                              changes of state




                                       PO5: Analyze relationship between           Power Point Presentation:                http://www.erlanger.k12.ky.us/teacher
                                       energy transfer and disorder in the    Thermochemistry & Thermodynamics               s/Gels_Jerome/Intergrates%20Science
                                                                                                                             /chemical%20reactions.ppt#1
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                                       universe ( 2nd Law of
                                       Thermodynamics)                        Assessment:
                                                                                1). KWL paper

                                                                                  2). Poster Making- draw situations that
                                                                              illustrate changes in entropy of systems.
                                                                              Label each changes as increasing or
                                                                              decreasing in entropy.


                                                                                                                            
                 Concept 4: Chemical   PO 8. Quantify the relationships             Collaborative Activity: Small-Scale             PH Chemistry page 533
                 Reaction              between reactants and products in      Lab “ Heat of Combustion of a Candle”                  Votive candles, aluminum
                                       chemical reactions ( equilibrium,      page 533 of PH Chemistry                       foil, safety matches, ruler, balance
                                       energy transfers                                                                              calculator
                                                                               Assessment:
                                       PO10. Explain the energy transfers         1). Answer the analyze questions on
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Subject:   Chemistry                                                                       Grade Level:     TWELVE

Quarter     Strand/Concept        Performance Objective                        Suggested Student                 Resources/Materials
                                                                              Activities/Assessments
                             within chemical reactions using the      page 533 of TB.
                             law of conservation of energy.
                                                                         2). Answer the Understanding Concepts
                                                                      questions on page 536 of PH Chemistry




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