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									Subject: Chemistry

Topic             QCC Objectives                      Time   Resources         Activities                                  Evaluation

Introduction    C 1 Uses science process skills in    5      -Text, Ch 1       -Lecture/notes/discussion: importance       -Ch 1/Lab
to Chemistry    laboratory or field investigations,          (Glencoe          of chemistry, characteristics of matter,    equipment
 1.1            including observation,                       Chemistry)        branches of chemistry, scientific           and safety
Relevance       classification, communication,               -Selected study   method, parts of an experiment,             test
 1.2 Matter     metric measurement, prediction,              guides            applications, benefits                      -Lab: glass
 1.3 Scientific inference, collecting and analyzing          -T/M handouts     -Discovery lab (p 3)                        products
method          data                                         -Lab              -Mini Lab (p 15)                            (performan
 1.4 Research   C 1.1 Designs and conducts a                 equipment         -Selected questions from chapter (incl.     ce
 Lab            scientific experiment that                   -Dept. video      section assessments/Ch 1                    assessment)
equipment and   identifies the problem,                      #20,1 “Chem       assessment/Stand. Test Practice)
safety          distinguishes manipulated,                   in everyday       -Steps of scientific method
                responding and controlled                    life”, #144,      -Illustrate lab equipment (demo)
                variables, collects, analyzes and            “Science lab      -Demonstrate lab techniques
                communicates data, and makes                 safety”, #147     -Demonstrate lab safety
                valid inferences and conclusions             “Scientific       -Lab skills lab (glass lab)
                C 1.2 Evaluates procedures, data             method”
                and conclusions to determine the             VC 189, 224,
                scientific validity of research              277, 544, 833,
                C 3 Learns and uses on a regular             413
                basis standard safety practices for
                laboratory or field investigations
                C 4 Gives examples of industrial
                processes that have been derived
                from scientific research and
                describe the impact on society
Data Analysis C 1 Uses science process skills in      10     -Text, Ch 2       -Lecture/notes/discussion: metric           -Lab report
 2.1 Units of   laboratory or field investigations,          (Glencoe          measurement (units and conversion),         -Quiz on
measurement     including observation,                       Chemistry)        density, temperature, scientific notation   math skills
 2.2 Scientific classification, communication,               -Selected study   and exponents, dimensional analysis,        -Ch 2 test
notation        metric measurement, prediction,              guides and        accuracy and precision, significant




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Subject: Chemistry

Topic            QCC Objectives                        Time   Resources         Activities                                 Evaluation

Dimensional      inference, collecting and analyzing          worksheets        digits (counting and operations),
analysis         data                                         -T/M              graphing
 2.3             C 1.2 Evaluates procedures, data             worksheets        -Selected questions and problems from
Reliability      and conclusions to determine the             -T/M lab          chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch 2
 2.4 Graphing    scientific validity of research              -Video VC 544     assessment, Stand. Test Practice)
                 C 3 Learns and uses on a regular                               -Discovery Lab (p 25)
                 basis standard safety practices for                            -Metric conversions (various methods)
                 laboratory or field investigations                             -Density determination lab
                                                                                -Scientific notation/exponent practice
                                                                                -Dimensional analysis practice
                                                                                -Percent error calculations
                                                                                -Practice with graphing
                                                                                -Problem-solving lab (p 44)
                                                                                -Chem Lab 2 (p 46)

Matter –         C 9.1 Uses the law of conservation    6      -Text, Ch 3       -Lecture/notes/discussion: physical and    -Lab report
Properties and   of matter…                                   (Glencoe          chemical properties of matter, states of   -Ch 3 test
Change           C 9.6 Provides evidence from an              Chemistry)        matter, physical and chemical changes
 3.1             experiment that a chemical                   -Selected study   in matter, conservation of mass,
Properties of    reaction has occurred                        guides            elements, compounds, mixtures, law of
matter           C 15 Compares solids, liquids, and           -T/M labs         definite proportions, law of multiple
 3.2 Changes     gases in terms of collision theory           -Periodic         proportions
in matter        and physical properties                      tables            -Demo (p 62)
 3.3 Mixtures    C 15.1 Describes crystalline                 -Dept. video      -Mini Lab (p 68)
 3.4             structures that define types of              #20,3             -Selected questions from chapter (incl.
 Elements and    solids                                       “Mixtures and     section assessments, Ch 3 assessment,
 compounds       C 15.2 Uses vapor pressure,                  the periodic      Stand. Test Practice)
                 density, and intermolecular                  table”, #99       -Lab on conservation of mass
                 interactions to describe liquids             “Matter”
                 C 14.1 In a laboratory, determines           VC 560, 536




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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                        Time   Resources         Activities                               Evaluation

                variables which affect evaporation,
                vaporization, condensation and
                sublimation
                C 9.3 Classifies products of a
                reaction as heterogeneous or
                homogeneous and demonstrates
                how they may be separated
                C 16 Given a mixture of liquids
                and/or solids, classifies the
                mixture as: homogeneous,
                heterogeneous, miscible,
                immiscible, or a colloid
Structure of    C 5 Describes the fundamental         8      -Text, Ch 4       -Lecture/notes/discussion: early         -Lab report
the Atom        parts of the atom                            (Glencoe          theories of matter, discovery of         -Element/
 4.1 Early      C 5.1 Uses the periodic table to             Chemistry)        subatomic particles, atomic number and symbol
theories        identify atomic number and mass              -Selected study   mass, isotopes, average atomic mass,      quiz
 4.2            C 7.1 Describes alpha, beta, and             guides            radioactivity                            -Ch 4 test
Subatomic       gamma particles and how they are             -T/M lab          -Quick demo (p 90)
particles       involved in nuclear reactions                -T/M              -Demo (p 92)
 4.3 Isotopes   C 1 Uses science process skills in           worksheets        -Selected questions/problems from
 4.4 Unstable   laboratory or field investigations,          -Dept. video      chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch 4
nuclei and      including observation,                       #15 “Atoms”       assessment, Stnd Test Prac)
radioactive     classification, communication,               #20,2 “Atoms,     -Calculations involving atomic number,
decay           metric measurement, prediction,              compounds”        mass, numbers of subatomic particles
                inference, collecting and analyzing          VC 086, 084       -Average atomic mass calculations
                data                                                           -Common element names and symbols
                C 1.1 Designs and conducts a                                   memorization
                scientific experiment that                                     -Magnesium oxide lab (combining
                identifies the problem,                                        weight of magnesium)
                distinguishes manipulated,




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Subject: Chemistry

Topic             QCC Objectives                           Time   Resources         Activities                                 Evaluation

                 responding and controlled
                 variables, collects, analyzes and
                 communicates data, and makes
                 valid inferences and conclusions
                 C 3 Learns and uses on a regular
                 basis standard safety practices for
                 laboratory or field investigations
Nuclear          C 5 Describes the fundamental             4      -Text, Ch 25      -Lecture/notes/discussion: discovery of -Ch 25 test
Chemistry        parts of the atom                                (Glencoe          radiation, types of radiation, decay,
  25.1 Nuclear C 5.1 Uses the periodic table to                   Chemistry)        nuclear equations, transmutation, decay
radiation        identify atomic number and mass                  -Selected study   rates and dating, fission, fusion,
  25.2 Decay     C 7.1 Describes alpha, beta, and                 guides            applications, effects
  25.3           gamma particles and how they are                 -T/M              -Balancing nuclear equations
Transmuta-       involved in nuclear reactions                    worksheets        -Calculating decay rates
tion             C 7.2 Evaluates the societal,                    -Dept. video      -Problem-solving lab (p 830)
  25.4 Fission / economic, political and                          #33               -Selected questions/problems from
fusion           environmental impact of nuclear                  “Chernobyl        chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch
  25.5           energy                                           plant: the        25 assessment, Std Test Practice)
Applications / C 4 Gives examples of industrial                   aftermath”
effects          processes that have been derived
                 from scientific research and
                 describe the impact on society
Electrons        C 5 Describes the fundamental             10     -Text, Ch 5       -Lecture/notes/discussion:                 -Lab report
  5.1 Light /    parts of the atom                                (Glencoe          wave/particle nature of light, atomic      -Ch 5 test
quantized        C 6 Describes electron orbital                   Chemistry)        emission, Bohr atom, Schrodinger and
energy           configuration of common elements                 -Selected study   quantum theory, quantum numbers,
  5.2 Quantum C 6.1 Illustrates the patterns of                   guides and        electron configurations
theory           filling s, p, d, and f orbitals and its          worksheets        -Selected questions/problems from
  5.3            relation to quantum number                       -T/M              chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch 5
 Electron        C 6.2 Uses emission spectroscopy                 worksheets        assessment, Std test prac)



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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                       Time   Resources         Activities                                  Evaluation

configura-     to illustrate change in energy               -T/M lab          -Wavelength, frequency, energy
tions          levels between orbitals                      -VC 263, 126,     calculations
               C 6.3 Draws electron dot                     542               -Flame test lab
               structures to represent electron                               -Electron configurations practice
               arrangements of atoms and                                      (orbital notation, electron configuration
               molecules                                                      notation, electron dot notation)
               C 1 (Science Process Skills)
               C 3 (Safety)
Periodic Table C 5.1 Uses the periodic table to      10     -Text, Ch 6     -Lecture/notes/discussion: history of         -Lab report
and Periodic   identify atomic number and mass              (Glencoe        periodic table development,                   -Quiz on
Law            C 5.2 Relates relative position of           Chemistry)      organization of periodic table, atomic        monatomic
  6.1          elements on the periodic chart to            -Selected study radius, ionization energy, electro            ions
Development period and group reactivity trends              guides and      negativity                                    -Ch 6 test
of the table   C 5.3 Describes the relationships            worksheets      -Selected questions/problems from
  6.2          of ionization energy and electron            -T/M handout    chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch 6
Classification affinity to atomic radius and                -T/M lab        assessment, Std. Test Prac)
of elements    describes the relationship of                                -Problem-solving lab (p 155)
  6.3 Periodic valence electrons to reactivity                              -Mini lab (p 164)
trends         trends in the periodic table                                 -Chem Lab 6 (p 170)
               C 1 (Science Process Skills)                                 -Memorization of valences, monatomic
               C 3 (Safety)                                                 ions
                                                                            Lab: Periodic Law
Elements        C 5.2 Relates relative position of   4      -Text, Ch 7     -Lecture/notes/discussion: properties of      -Ch 7 test
 7.1            elements on the periodic chart to           (Glencoe        elements in each block, in each group,
Properties of   period and group reactivity trends          Chemistry)      illustration of representative elements
s-block         C 5.3 Describes the relationships           -Selected study -Demos illustrating properties of
elements        of ionization energy and electron           guides          common elements
 7.2            affinity to atomic radius and               -Video VC 334 -Selected questions from chapter (incl.
Properties of   describes the relationship of                               section assessments, Ch 7 assessment,
p-block         valence electrons to reactivity                             Std. Test Prac)



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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                       Time   Resources         Activities                                 Evaluation

 7.3            trends in the periodic table                                  -Math in chemistry (p 192)
Properties of   C 6 Describes electron orbital                                -Chem Lab 7 (use as demo)
d-and f-block   configuration of common elements
                C 4 Gives examples of industrial
                processes that have been derived
                from scientific research and
                describe the impact on society
Ionic           C 5.2 Relates relative position of   10     -Text, Ch 8       -Lecture/notes/discussion: formation of    -Test on
Compounds       elements on the periodic chart to           (Glencoe          ions (review), formation of ionic bond,    ions
 8.1 Forming period and group reactivity trends             Chemistry);       properties of ionic compound, energy       (names and
bonds           C 5.3 Describes the relationships           also pp. 641-     of ionic bond, polyatomic ions,            formulas)
 8.2            of ionization energy and electron           642               formulas and names for ionic               -Ch 8 test
Formation /     affinity to atomic radius and               -Selected study   compounds, metallic bonds, alloys
nature of ionic describes the relationship of               guides and        -Overview of polyatomic ions (names
bonds           valence electrons to reactivity             worksheets        and charges)
 8.3 Names /    trends in the periodic table                -T/M handout      -Selected questions/problems from
formulas        C 6.3 Draws electron dot                    of ions           chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch 8
 8.4 Metallic structures to represent electron              -T/M              assessment, Std Test Prac)
bonds           arrangements of atoms and                   worksheets        -Demo (p 216)
                molecules                                   -T/M lab          -Practice in writing formulas and
                C 8 Writes formulas for and names           -Dept. video      naming binary compounds
                a variety of compounds                      #20,4             -Practice in writing formulas and
                C 8.1 Describes ionic and covalent          “Bonding and      naming tertiary compounds
                bonds and describes conditions              reading           -Lab: Constructing chemical formulas
                under which each would occur                formulas”         (T/M)
                                                            VC 536
Covalent        C 6.3 Draws electron dot             10     -Text, Ch 9       -Lecture/notes/discussion: covalent        -Ch 9 test
Bonding         structures to represent electron            (Glencoe          bonding, single/double/triple bonds,
 9.1 Covalent   arrangements of atoms and                   Chemistry)        bond strength, naming molecular
bond            molecules                                   -Selected study   compounds, naming acids, structural



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Subject: Chemistry

Topic          QCC Objectives                        Time   Resources        Activities                                Evaluation

 9.2 Naming    C 8 Writes formulas for and names            guides and      formulas, resonance, molecular shape,
 9.3           a variety of compounds                       worksheets      hybridization, electronegativity and
Molecular      C 8.1 Describes ionic and covalent           -T/M            bond character
structure      bonds and describes conditions               worksheets      -Selected questions/problems from
 9.4           under which each would occur                 -T/M labs       chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch 9
Molecular      C 8.2 Uses electron configuration            -Video VC       assessment, Std Test Prac)
shape          to product the shape and therefore           541, 542        -Practice writing Lewis structures
 9.5 Electro   properties of molecules                                      -Practice naming binary compounds
negativity /   C 8.3 Determines polarity of bond                            -Practice writing formulas and naming
polarity       and molecules to describe                                    acids
               characteristics of compounds                                 -Practice writing structural formulas
               C 1 (Science Process Skills)                                 -Lab: Molecular geometry (T/M)
               C 3 (Safety)                                                 -Problem-solving lab (p 267)
                                                                            -Lab: Bonds, polarity, and solubility
                                                                            (T/M)
                                                                            -Lab: Quantitative determination of an
                                                                            empirical formula
Chemical       C 9 Classifies four types of          10     -Text, Ch 10    -Lecture/notes/discussion: evidence of     -Ch 10 test
Reactions      chemical reactions                           (Glencoe        chemical reactions, word equations,        (Including
 10.1          C 9.1 Uses the law of conservation           Chemistry);     chemical equations, types of chemical      redox
Reactions /    of matter and provides standard              also 20.1       reactions, reactions that form             reactions)
equations      rules for writing and balancing              -Selected study precipitates/water/gases
 10.2          equations                                    guides and      -Selected questions/problems from
Classifying    C 9.2 Predicts products of                   worksheets      chapter (incl. section assessments, Ch
reactions      replacement reactions based on               -T/M            10 assessment, Std Test Prac)
 10.3          relative reactivity of reactants in          worksheets      -Discovery lab (p 277)
Reactions in   terms of ionization energy,                  -Dept. video    -Practice writing and balancing
aqueous        electronegativity and location in            #32 “Chemical chemical equations
solutions      the periodic table                           reactions”, #21 -Practice classifying reactions by type
               C 9.6 Provides evidence from an              “Factors        -Problem-solving lab (p 288)




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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                       Time   Resources         Activities                                  Evaluation

                experiment that a chemical                  affecting         -Demonstration of various chemical
                reaction has occurred                       chemical          reactions
                C 16.1 Determines if a reaction is          reactions”        -Mini lab (p 295)
                endothermic or exothermic when              VC 412            -Chem Lab 10 (p 300) – use as
                two substances are mixed                                      macroscale
                                                                              -Lab: Types of chemical reactions
Redox                                                                         -Lecture/notes/discussion: electron
Reactions                                                                     transfer, oxidation, reduction, oxidizing
 20.1                                                                         and reducing agents
Oxidation and
reduction
Review for                                           3      -T/M review       -Oral/written review activities             -Semester
semester exam                                               sheet                                                         exam
                                                            -Tests
The Mole        C 9.4 Defines the term mole and      10     -Text, Ch 11      -Lecture/notes/discussion: mole,            -Lab report
 11.1           uses this concept to determine              (Glencoe          Avogadro’s number, molar mass,              -Ch 11 test
Measuring       relative amounts of reactants and           Chemistry)        conversions, percent composition,
matter          products in a given equation                -Selected study   empirical formula, molecular formula,
 11.2 Mass      C 9.5 Determines empirical                  guides and        hydrate formulas
and the mole    formula of a compound from                  worksheets        -Quick Demo (p 310)
 11.3 Moles     experimental data                           -T/M              -Practice in conversion using mole
of compounds    C 9.6 Provides evidence from an             worksheets        -ChemLab 11 (p 342): Hydrated
 11.4           experiment that a chemical                  -Video VC 536     crystals or T/M Lab: Composition of a
Empirical /     reaction has occurred                                         hydrate
molecular       C 1 (Science Process Skills)                                  -Selected questions and practice
formulas        C 3 (Safety)                                                  problems from the chapter (incl.
 11.5                                                                         Section assessments, Ch 11 assessment,
Hydrates                                                                      Std. Test Prac)
Stoichio-       C 9.1 Uses the law of conservation   10     -Text, Ch 12      -Lecture/notes/discussion:                  -Lab report
metry           of matter and provides standard             (Glencoe          stoichiometry and chemical equations,       -Ch 12 test



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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                       Time   Resources         Activities                                 Evaluation

 12.1           rules for writing and balancing             Chemistry)        mole/mole conversions, mole/mass
Definition      equations                                   -Selected study   conversions, mass/mass conversions,
 12.2           C 9.4 Defines the term mole and             guides and        limiting reactants, percent yield
Calculation     uses this concept to determine              worksheets        -Discovery lab (p 353)
 12.3           relative amounts of reactants and           -T/M              -Practice with stoichiometric
Limiting        products in a given equation                worksheets        calculations
reactants       C 9.6 Provides evidence from an                               -MiniLab (p 362)
 12.4 Percent   experiment that a chemical                                    -ChemLab 12 (p 374): A mole ratio
yield           reaction has occurred                                         -Selected questions/ practice problems
                C 9.7 Determines experimentally                               from the chapter (incl. section
                the percentage by weight or                                   assessments, Ch 12 assessment, Std
                volume of a compound                                          Test Prac)
                C 1 (Science Process Skills)                                  -Lab: Limiting reactant
                C 3 (Safety)
States of       C 15 Compares solids, liquids, and   6      -Text, Ch 13      -Lecture/notes/discussion: kinetic-         -Lab report
Matter          gases in terms of collision theory          (Glencoe          molecular theory, characteristics and       -Ch 13 test
 13.1 Gases     and physical properties                     Chemistry)        behavior of gases, Graham’s law, gas
 13.2           C 8.3 Determines polarity of                -Selected study   pressure and Dalton’s law of partial
Attractive      bonds and molecules to describe             guides and        pressure, intermolecular forces,
forces          characteristics of compounds                worksheets        characteristics of liquids,
 13.3 Liquids   C 8.4 Describes weak bond                   -T/M              characteristics of solids, types of solids,
and solids      interactions such as Van der                worksheets        phase changes and phase diagrams
 13.4 Phase     Waals, hydrogen, dipole-dipole, or          -T/M lab          -Discovery lab (p 385)
changes         ion-dipole bonds                            -Video VC 334     -Graham’s law calculations
                C 15.1 Describes crystalline                                  -Graham’s law lab (T/M)
                structures that define types of                               -Problem-solving lab (p 390)
                solids                                                        -Partial pressure problems
                C 15.2 Uses vapor pressure,                                   -Quick demo (p 406)
                density, and intermolecular                                   -Demo: phase changes
                interactions to describe liquids                              -Demo: comparison of BPs




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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                       Time   Resources         Activities                                Evaluation

                C 14 Uses vapor pressure to                                   -ChemLab 13 as demo (p 410)
                describe boiling points and                                   -Selected questions/problems from
                intermolecular interactions and                               chapter (incl. Section assessments, Ch
                uses crystal structure to describe                            13 assessment, Std Test Prac)
                melting points
                C 14.1 In a laboratory, determines
                variables with affect evaporation,
                vaporization, condensation and
                sublimation
                C 1 (Science Process Skills)
                C 3 (Safety)
Gases           C 15.3 Uses Boyle’s, Charles’, and   14     -Text, Ch 14      -Lecture/notes/discussion: review of      -Lab
  14.1 Gas      Ideal Gas Laws to calculate and             (Glencoe          nature of gases, Boyle’s Law, Charles’    reports
laws            explain the relationship of                 Chemistry)        Law, Gay-Lussac’s Law, combined gas       -Ch 14 test
  14.2          temperature and pressure on the             -Selected study   law, Avogadro’s principle, ideal gas
Combined gas    volume of a gas                             guides and        law, gas stoichiometry
law /           C 15.4 Uses concept of molar                worksheets        -Discovery lab (p 419)
Avogadro’s      volume in calculations of gaseous           -T/M              -Quick demo (p 429)
principle       products of a chemical reaction             worksheets        -Mini lab as demo (p 439)
  14.3 Ideal    C 15.5 Distinguishes between                -T/M labs         -Practice with all gas law calculations
gas law         ideal gases and those that are not                            -Selected questions/problems from
  14.4 Gas      C 15.6 Applies concepts related to                            chaper (incl. Section assessments, Ch
stoichiometry   the behavior of gases to everyday                             14 assessment, Std. Test Prac)
                life (e.g., seasonal tire pressure                            Lab: Percent of oxygen in air (T/M)
                variation)                                                    Lab: Molar volume of a gas (T/M) or
                C 8.3 Determines polarity of                                  Stoichiometry: Mass-volume (T/M) or
                bonds and molecules to describe                               Lab: Mass-volume relationships in
                characteristics of compounds                                  reactions
                C 8.4 Describes weak bond
                interactions such as Van der




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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                          Time   Resources         Activities                               Evaluation

                Waals, hydrogen, dipole-dipole, or
                ion-dipole bonds
                C 1 (Science Process Skills)
                C 3 (Safety)
Review for                                              5      -GHSGT            -Oral and written review activities
GHSGT                                                          review books      -Practice tests
Solutions       C 16 given a mixture of liquids         13     -Text, Ch 15      -Lecture/notes/discussion:               -Making /
 15.1           and/or solids, classifies the                  (Glencoe          characteristics of solutions, factors    diluting
Definition      mixture as: homogeneous,                       Chemistry)        affecting solubility, solution           solutions
 15.2           heterogeneous, miscible,                       -Selected study   concentration (percent, molarity,        (performan
Concentration   immiscible, or a colloid                       guides and        molality), colligative properties,       ce
 15.3           C 16.1 Determines if a reaction is             worksheets        mixtures                                 assessment)
Colligative     endothermic or exothermic when                 -T/M              -Discovery lab (p 453)                   -Lab report
properties      two substances are mixed                       worksheets        -Practice in reading solubility graphs   -Ch 15 test
 15.4           C 16.2 Identifies factors that affect                            -Quick demo (p 459)
Heterogeneou    solubility of a substance and                                    -Henry’s Law calculations
s mixtures      theories that explain the formation                              -Practice in solutions concentration
                of solutions                                                     calculations (all types)
                C 16.3 Calculates appropriate                                    -Mini lab (p 473)
                amounts of substances and                                        -Practice in colligative property
                prepares solutions that have                                     problems
                differing molarity, molality and                                 -Chem Lab 15 using either CBL or
                normality                                                        spectrometer
                C 16.4 Determines the effects of                                 -Lab: Freezing point depression (T/M)
                solute on boiling point elevation                                -Selected questions/problems from
                and freezing point depression and                                chapter (incl. Section assessments, Ch
                uses data to calculate molecular                                 15 assessment, Std. Test Prac)
                weight of a solute                                               -Lab: Solubility and rate of solution
                C 16.5 Describes the formation
                and properties (Tyndall effect) of



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Subject: Chemistry

Topic            QCC Objectives                        Time   Resources         Activities                             Evaluation

                 colloids and their uses in the
                 everyday world
                 C 8.3 Determines polarity of
                 bonds and molecules to describe
                 characteristics of compounds
                 C 8.4 Describes weak bond
                 interactions such as Van der
                 Waals, hydrogen, dipole-dipole, or
                 ion-dipole bonds
                 C 1 (Science Process Skills)
                 C 3 (Safety)
Acids and        C 11 Writes formulas for and          12     -Text, Ch 19      -Lecture/notes/discussion: properties of -Lab
Bases            names a variety of acids, bases and          (Glencoe          acids and bases, Arrhenius acids and     reports
 19.1            salts                                        Chemistry)        bases, Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases, -Ch 19 test
Introduction     C 11.1 Operationally defines                 -Selected study   strength of acids and bases, pH,
 19.2            acids, bases and salts in an                 guides and        neutralization
Strengths        experimental setting using selected          worksheets        -Practice in identifying conjugate acid-
 19.3 pH         indicators                                   -T/M              base pairs
 19.4            C 11.2 Compares the descriptions             worksheets        -[H+], [OH-], ph problem practice
Neutralization   of acids/bases including                     -T/M labs         -Chem Lab 19 (p 626) or T/M titration
                 Arrhenius, Bronsted-Lowry, and               -Dept. video      neutralization lab (using M or N)
                 Lewis                                        #6 “All about     -Selected questions/problems from
                 C 11.3 Uses experimentally                   acids and         chapter (incl. Section assessments, Ch
                 determined pH to calculate                   bases”            19 assessment, Std. Test Prac)
                 hydrogen ion concentrations in               VC 083
                 solutions
                 C 11.4 Explains the role of
                 indicators in determining relative
                 pH of a substance
                 C 11.5 Conducts neutralization in




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Subject: Chemistry

Topic           QCC Objectives                      Time    Resources         Activities                                Evaluation

               a laboratory by titration method
               C 1 (Science Process Skills)
               C 3 (Safety)
Hydrocarbons C 17 Uses the structure of methane     7       -Text, Ch 24      -Lecture/notes/discussion: def. of      -Test on
 22.1 Alkanes as a model structure to draw                  (24.1-24.4) and   organic, hydrocarbons, alkanes,         organic
 22.2 Cyclic configurations of, and name,                   Ch 25 (25.1-      naming, cycloalkanes, alkenes, alkynes, compounds
       alkanes representative classes of organic            25.3) (Glencoe    isomers, aromatics, functional groups,
 22.3 Alkene compounds.                                     Chemistry)        naming
       s/      C 17.1 Describes the applications            -Selected study   -Practice naming and writing formulas
       alkynes of organic compounds to modern               guides and        for hydrocarbons (all types)
 22.4 Isomers industry, such as the                         worksheets        -Model-building lab
 23.1          pharmaceuticals and plastics                 -T/M              -Chem Lab 22 (p 728)
 Functional    industries                                   worksheets        -Selected questions/problems from Ch
 groups        C 8.2 Uses electron configuration            -Videos VC        22 and 23 (incl. Section assessments,
 23.2          to predict the shape and therefore           131, 148, 157,    chapter assessments, Std. Test Prac)
 Alcohols,     properties of molecules                      426, 537
 ethers,       C 8.3 Determines polarity of
 amines        bonds and molecules to describe
 23.3          characteristics of compounds
 Carbonyl      C 1 (Science Process Skills)
 compounds     C 3 (Safety)
Energy and     C 16.1 Determines if a reaction is   (Opt.   -Text, 16.1-      -Lecture/notes/discussion: nature of      -Lab
Chemical       endothermic or exothermic when       Unit)   16.4 and 17.1-    energy, heat/measuring heat, specific     reports
Change /       two substances are mixed                     17.2 (Glencoe     heat, enthalpy, thermonuclear             -Energy /
Reaction       C 14.2 Operationally defines                 Chemistry)        equations, heat of fusion/vaporization,   reaction
Rates          calorie and temperature                      -Selected study   enthalpy changes, reaction rates,         rate test
 16.1 Energy C 14.3 In a laboratory, determines             guides and        activation energy, factors affecting
 16.2 Heat in and graphs the total heat involved            worksheets        reaction rate
chemical       in changing a solid to a gas                                   -Discovery lab (p 489)
reactions      C 12 Graphically illustrates                                   -Practice in heat calculations



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Topic           QCC Objectives                       Time     Resources         Activities                                Evaluation

 16.3           activation energy, activated                                    -Practice in enthalpy changes /
Thermochemi     complex, reactant, product, and                                 thermonuclear equations
cal equations   reaction rates by means of a                                    -Problem-solving lab (p 503)
 16.4           potential energy diagram                                        -Mini lab (p505)
Enthalpy        C 12.1 Describes the rate and                                   -Chem lab 16 (p 520)
change          spontaneity of a reaction in terms                              -Lab: Latent heat of fusion of water
17.1 Model      of free energy, entropy, and                                    (T/M)
for reaction    enthalpy                                                        -Discovery lab (p 529)
rates           C 12.2 Uses potential energy                                    -Mini lab (p 539)
 17.2 Factors   diagram to predict the rate and                                 -Chem lab 17 (p 550)
affecting       extent of a reaction                                            -Selected questions/problems from Ch
reaction rate   C 12.3 Explains the effect of                                   16 and 17 (incl. Section assessments,
                concentration, temperature,                                     Ch assessments, Std. Test Practices)
                pressure, surface area and catalysts                            -Lab: Rate of chemical reactions
                on the rate of a reaction
                C 1 (Science Process Skills)
                C 3 (Safety)
Chemical        C 10 Writes a general expression     (Opt.    -Text, Ch 18      -Lecture/notes/discussion: equilibrium,   -Ch 18 test
Equilibrium     for an equilibrium constant           Unit)   (through p        reversible equations, equilibrium
 18.1           C 10.1 Uses Le Chatelier’s                    582) (Glencoe     constant, Le Chatelier’s Principle,
Dynamic         principle to predict relative                 Chemistry)        equilibrium concentrations, solubility
balance         position of an equilibrium during a           -Selected study   equilibria
 18.2 Factors   reaction with a variation in                  guides and        -Selected questions/problems from
affecting       temperature and pressure                      worksheets        chapter (incl. Section assessments, Ch
equilibrium     C 10.2 Evaluates the importance                                 18 assessment, Std. Test Prac)
 18.3 Using     of chemical equilibrium to
equilibrium     production efficiency in industry
constants       C 10.3 Calculates ionization
                constants of common salts in water
                C12 Graphically illustrates




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Topic           QCC Objectives                         Time   Resources     Activities                        Evaluation

                activation energy, activated
                complex, reactant, product, and
                reaction rates by means of a
                potential energy diagram
                C 12.3 Explains the effect of
                concentration, temperature,
                pressure, surface area and catalysts
                on the rate of a reaction
Qualitative     C 1 (Science Process Skills)           10     -T/M lab      -Lab : Qualitative analysis       -Pre-lab
analysis        C 3 (Safety)                                                                                  quiz
                                                                                                              -Ident. Of
                                                                                                              unknown
Review for                                             3      -T/M review   -Oral/written review activities   -Semester
semester exam                                                 sheets                                          exam
                                                              -Tests




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semester exam                                                 sheets                                          exam
                                                              -Tests




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