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									Unit 9 Chemical Formulas and Bonding (Ch. 4) – GPS: Nature of Matter.
MAKE SURE ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WERE DISCUSSED AND PROPER LAB SAFETY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
Day 1
Essential Question: How do chemical formulas relate to Compounds, Molecules, Structure, and properties?
Engaging Strategies: Show a video of sodium metal being added to water.
Activities:
     1. Review old test from unit 3
     2. Notebook Check?
     3. Make sure everyone has done Unit 4 vocabulary
     4. Lecture 4.1 – Compounds and Molecules
               a. Use handwritten notes in notebook to write down as I come to it.
               b. Students to write their own notes
     5. Answers Review questions on page 114, # 1 - 7
Summarizing Strategies: Review Questions and GR.
Materials: Old Test, graded. Video of sodium metal being added to water, molecular model kit, and lecture notes from notebook, guided
reading copies.
Homework: Guided reading pages 20 – 26 (from study guide)
Day 2
Essential Question: What are Ionic and Covalent compounds?
Engaging Strategies: Review Mixtures and Compounds worksheet.
Activities:
     1. POP QUIZ: Mixtures vs. Compounds (soft copy)
     2. Lecture 4.2 – Ionic and Covalent Compounds
               a. Use handwritten notes in notebook to write down as I come to it.
               b. Students to write their own notes
     3. Physical Science – Ionic Compounds – Individual Practice
               a. Students will work on their own first
               b. Then students will work in lab groups for a few minutes.
               c. Finish for Homework
Summarizing Strategies: Physical Science – Ionic Compounds – Individual Practice
Materials: QUIZ: Mixtures vs. Compounds, Lecture notes from notebook (my own), Ionic Compound practice sheet
Homework: Ionic Compounds – Individual Practice and GR
Day 3
Essential Question: How does conductivity of solutions affect our environment?
Engaging Strategies: Revisit Ionic Compounds worksheet from last night.
Activities:
     1. Collect Ionic Compounds – Individual Practice worksheet for a grade
     2. Lab – Determine which household solutions conduct electricity. Lab #4 from Holt Science Lab Experiments.
               a. See T10 – T12 for teacher version
               b. See pg 13 – 16 for student version
               c. KEEP the information, lab report tomorrow!
     3. worksheet – Types of chemical bonds (on back of last nights HW)
               a. Students will work on their own first
               b. Then students will work in lab groups for a few minutes.
               c. Finish for Homework
Summarizing Strategies: Types of Chemical bonds worksheet
Materials: Lab #4 Handouts (pg. 13 – 16), CBL units, Conductivity Probes, TI Calc. Table sugar Solution, Table salt solution, baking
soda solution, Epsom Salt solution, Dishwashing Detergent solution, Rubbing Alcohol solution, Milk of Magnesia Solution, Chemical
Fertilizer solution, 100ml Beakers (3), rinse bottle with deionized water, large beakers, tissue paper Worksheet: Types of Chemical Bonds
Homework: Types of Chemical Bonds
Day 4
Essential Question: What do Chemical Formulas and Naming mean?
Engaging Strategies:
Activities:
     1. Lab Report – Conductivity of Solutions
     2. Lab – Comparing Ionic and Covalent Compounds NO HANDOUT
               a. Students are melting Rock Salt and Para dichlorobenzene in an evaporating dish, to compare the strength of Ionic and
                   covalent bonding.
               b. Students are measuring violality and solubility of Rock Salt and PDB.
     Directions for students:
          At the lab stations you will find the tools need to conduct a test on the melting points of rock salt and moth ice crystals. You task
     is to conduct an experiment that is viable and repeatable. To do this, you will need to write down every step you took and every
     measurement you took explicitly. You will not have a thermometer, but you will have a stop watch. Pass the temperature on the time,
     every 5 seconds of heating in a 3 degree Celsius increase, starting at 20 oC.
Summarizing Strategies:
Materials: Rock Salt, Moth Ice Crystals, Bunsen Burners, Lighters, Ring stand with ring, wire mesh, evaporating dish, Crucible tongs, test
tubes, goggles and aprons, stop watches, Lap Report (Blank).
Homework: Complete the Guided Reading through section 4.2



Day 5
Essential Question: What do Chemical Formulas and Naming mean?
Engaging Strategies: Summarize the data found from yesterday’s lab, describing the properties of Ionic and covalent bonds in terms of
the parameters investigated in the lab yesterday.
Activities:
     1. Discussion of yesterday’s lab
     2. Lecture 4.3 – Compound Naming
             a. Using my handwritten notes
             b. Students to take their own notes from the board.
     3. Practice Worksheet – Naming Ionic compounds, ALL four parts
     4. When finished with previous worksheet, work on homework.
Summarizing Strategies: Ionic Compound Worksheet. Part 1 – 4
Materials: Lecture notes from notebook and blank transparencies, Ionic Compound Part 1 – 4 worksheet, Extra practice worksheets, and
Homework sheets.
Homework: Homework: Ionic Bonding
Day 6
Essential Question: What are some common Organic Molecules found in nature, what do they look like, and what are their formulas?
Engaging Strategies: Practice some of last night’s homework problems that were the hardest for the students, together.
Activities:
     1. Review and practice some more naming, any questions?
     2. Lecture 4.4 Organic and Biochemical Compounds
             a. Using Notes from Notebook
             b. Students to write their own notes
     3. Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds Lab
             a. A different chemical will be placed at each station
             b. Students will use a mini spot plate to add the chemicals they need to fill in the chart with there observations
             c. Students will then write down the formula and name of the compound they just formed
Summarizing Strategies: Homework, Drawing and Naming Hydrocarbons
Materials: Silver Nitrate, Lead Nitrate, Calcium Nitrate, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Phosphate, Sodium Hydroxide, and Sodium Sulfate
solutions. Mini Spot plates (7 [group] or 14 [partners] or 28 [individual]).
Homework: Drawing and Naming Hydrocarbons worksheet GR QUIZ TOMORROW
Day 7
Essential Question: Are you ready for the test?
Engaging Strategies: Review Game(s)
Activities:
     1. Polymer Lab
     2. GR Quiz
     3. Review using name cards
     4. Extra Practice worksheets: Practice Problems (II) (1 – 20 and 1 – 20)
Summarizing Strategies: Oral review and extra practice
Materials: Additional Practice for naming worksheets, white glue, Borax Laundry Soap solution (saturated), water, 150ml beakers,
graduated cylinder, bulb syringe, wooden stick, safety goggles.
Homework: Naming Binary (ionic) compounds worksheet
Day 8
Essential Question: Do you understand the structure of matter?
Engaging Strategies: Review
Activities:
     1. Review
     2. Test
     3. New Vocabulary for unit 5 and new GR for unit 5
Summarizing Strategies: Test
Materials: Practice problems, Test, Unit 5 Vocabulary, and new GR
Homework: New GR and Vocabulary for unit 5.

								
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