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									                                     SCH3U0
                         UNIT 1: MATTER, CHEMICAL TRENDS
                              AND CHEMICAL BONDING

 DAY                      ACTIVITY/TOPICS                           PRACTICE/HOMEWORK
  1     Distribute and Discuss Course outline and                   Review Element Symbols
        evaluation.
        Review symbols for first 20 elements along with Fe,
        Pb, Au, Ag, Hg, Cu, Ni, Zn, Ba and Pt
  2     Grade 10 Review. (Text: pg. 4-7, #2-5,9,10-16)           p17: #9-12
        Introduction to the Periodic Table (Text; pg. 10-        p20: #16-19
        21)
  3     Atomic Theories (Democritus to Rutherford) Txt              Atomic Theorists Jigsaw
        pg: 23-26
        Atomic mass, Mass Number, S.A.N., Isotopes.
                                                                    Atomic mass: p29: #2-8
  4     Calculating Average Atomic mass and Isotopic                p166: #6-11; p167: #4-5
        Abundance.

  5     Radioisotopes: Half- life, Nuclear decay, Nuclear          Radioisotopes Worksheet
        Equations (text: 216-222)                                      Half-life: p32: 12
                                                                 Nuclear Eqn’s: p219 #3-5, 220
        ACTIVITY 1.3.1 – half life                                  #9-10, 222-223 #3-6)

  6     The Bohr Model of the atom: Electromagnetic                    Spectra: p42: #2-3,
        Spectrum and Line Spectra
        ACTIVITY 1.4.1.
  7     VIDEO: atomic structure. Moving towards the                 Practise calculations and
        quantum model.                                                 nuclear equations
                                                                          (worksheet?)
  8     The Quantum mechanical model (text: 45-47).                         p 47 #12
        Electron Arrangement in Atoms, Energy Level
  9     Diagrams, Electron Configurations, Orbital diagrams.              Energy level
                                                                    diagrams/configurattions
10-11   Trends in the Periodic Table (text 48-58): metal              Trends q’s: p58: #2-4,
        reactivity, atomic and ionic radii, ionization energy,         p59: #2-4; p60: #6
        electron affinity, electronegativity.
                                                                   Periodic Trends Assignment
                                                                  Activites 1.5.1 and 1.5.2: p54,
                                                                                p57
 12     Introduction to Bonding                                         Ions: p71: #2-3, 5
        Stable ions, Lewis symbols                                Ionic bonding: p73-74:#9-13
        Ionic Bonding in three steps
  13     Covalent bonding, Lewis structures, structural          Lewis Structures: p77: #1;
         formulae. Building molecules.                           p79:#2, p80: #3; p81: #11,
                                                                           13,15.

  14     Properties of ionic and molecular comp’ds                      Page 82: #1-4
         (Demo/lab)

  15     Electronegativity and polarity.                           Bond type: p84: #2-3
         Predicting bond type                                      Polar bonds: p84: #4
         Polar molecules (Text: 84# 2-4)                         Polar molecules; p88:#8-9

  16     Intermolecular Forces                                        IMF’s :p88:# 10-11
         Uniqueness of water due to H-bonding (APP)

  17     Review Period: Chap/Unit review q’s p62-63:#4,7,9,11-18,20-21,25,26;
         p103-105: #2-5, 9-14; p150:#1-4, 6,8-15; p199: #5,6; p252: # 3-7

  18     Unit TEST:
  19     Nomenclature: Binary Compd’s (univalent and               Practice:p93-94:#3-11
         multivalent elements IUPAC and classic
         Monatomic and diatomic gases.
  20     Nomenclature: Polyatomic compounds, Hydrates             Practice: p96-97:# 14-20
         (Table 3 p95)
  21     Molecular comp’ds and Acid Nomenclature                 Practice p98: #22-23; p101:
                                                                           #24-27

*** Nomenclature test separate… a few days into the Chemical Reactions Unit.
      Nomenclature Review: p103-104: #15-21; p150-151: #13,16-17
                                     SCH3U0
                           UNIT 2: CHEMICAL REACTIONS

    DAY                    ACTIVITY/TOPIC                         HOMEWORK/PRACTICE
1         Collision theory and KMT (Text ref: p108-110)               p:111:# 3-4
          Factors affecting rates of reaction


2         Blast off! Reaction rate activity                        Complete lab write up

3         Representing Chemical Changes (Text: 111)                   p211-212:# 2-4
          Balancing Chemical Equations (Text: 210)                     p215-216:#3

4         Types of chemical reactions (text: 114-121):                  p: 121 #4-7
          Synthesis, decomposition, complete and                        p :123: # 2-3
          incomplete combustion.

5         Combustion of ethyne lab                             APP: societal/health impact of
                                                               combustion reactions

6         Types of chemical reactions (cont’d):                   Rxn. practice p128 #3-6
          Single displacement and the activity series

7         Activity Series Investigation 3.3.2 (or alternate)           Txt p130: #8-9
          APP. :Single displacements rxns in industrial
          processes e.g. mining; and impact on health and
          safety of local populations
8         Types of chemical reactions (cont’d):                     Solubility p138: #3
          Double Displacement and Solubility Rules p136-           Rxns. p142-143: #5-12
          139.
9         Precipitation lab                                          Complete write up.
          Investigation 3.4.1. or 3.4.2.

10        Reactions of metal and non-metal oxides with
          water (*NEW curriculum). Investigation to
          compare properties.

11        Types of Reactions Investigation

12        Review: p146-147: #2-9; p151: #18-21

13        UNIT TEST
                                SCH3U0
              UNIT 3 : QUANTITIES IN CHEMICAL REACTIONS

DAY                   ACTIVITY / TOPIC                       PRACTICE / HOMEWORK

 1    The Mole Concept and Calculating Molar Mass            p168 #4-6
      (Txt ref. p168-170)                                    p170 #8-12

 2    Mole conversions                                       p172 # 1-4
      (m to n; N to n and vice versa)                        p173 #5-8
      (Text ref. p171-175)                                   p176-7 #9-14
 3    Law of Definite Proportions (Text ref. p160-162)       p179 #1-3
      Percentage composition                                 p184 #5-8
 4    Percentage composition lab (4.5.1 or alternate)
                                                             p186 #2-5
      Relationship between empirical and molecular           p189 #3-6
      formula * (*New curriculum) (text ref. 185-193)
 5    Mole ratios in chemical equations (text ref. p212)     p213 #6,7
      Gravimetric stoichiometry (text ref. p223-227)         p227 #1-6,
                                                             p228 #9-10
                                                             p229 #2-4
 6    Lab Exercise 5.4.1 (dry lab)/ work period

 7    Limiting and Excess reactants                          p231-232 # 1-4
      Investigation 5.5.1                                    p235 #6-10
 8    Practice Stoichiometry/work period


 9    Yield of a chemical reaction                           p 239-240 #2-6
      Yield in Industrial chemical reactions (pg. 242-243)   p 243 #10-11
      pg. 246-249 #2-3,5-10,11-12)
10    Percentage yield lab (5.6.1.? or other)                Write up lab
      (may need 2 days)
11    Review: p199: #7-13, 18, 19 23; p 252: #2, 10, 13;
      p256: # 1-6, 19-21, 23-29.

12    Unit TEST
                                         SCH3U0
                           UNIT 4 : SOLUTIONS AND SOLUBILITY

DAY                          ACTIVITY/TOPIC                             PRACTICE/HOMEWORK

  1      Introduction to solutions - definitions and properties.   p269 # 4-6
         (266-8)
         Demo of electrolytes and non-electrolytes
         Ionic and molecular compd’s in water – dissociation.
         (277-8)

  2      Solution Concentration: %, very low (ppm, ppb) and        p284 # 2-8
         molar conc. (281-283)                                     p287 #11-13; p288 # 14-17; p290
              Practice Calculations                               # 19-22; p290-291 # 2-10.

  3      Solution Preparation from a solid and by dilution.        p302 # 1-3;
         Introduce equipment used for solution prep.               p306 # 6-8; p306-7 # 3-5

  4      Activities 6.5.1 and 6.5.2 (sol’n prep.)                  p310 #11-13, 17-18

  5      Solubility of solids and solubility curves (314-316)      p316-317 #1-2
         Solubility of Gases                                       p318: #4-5

  6      Activity: 7.1.1. pg. 318 or Investigation 7.1.2           Lab q’s

  7      *Qualitative Analysis (*New curriculum) (341-345)         p346: #7-9

         Investigation: Identify ions in water samples

8 - 11   Drinking Water and Water Quality                          Videos:
                                                                   “Tapped out: world water crisis”
         *Effects of pollutants in water; economic, social and     “Flow for the love of water”
         environmental issues related to water.

         **Research assignment on impact of chemical
         contamination on world water crisis.
         ** Assignment needs 2 computer /library days
         (**New Curriculum Content)

 12      Solution Stoichiometry. (347-353)                         p353 #1-3
                                                                   Sol’n stoich Worksheet.
 13      Investigation 7.6.1.                                      Lab q’s

 14      Acids and Bases (Arrhenius theory and Bronsted            p367 # 2-6
         Lowry) (362-366)
 15     pH of a solution (368-371) pH calculations             p371 # 2-6; 374 #8-10, 375 #1-6.

 16     Acid - Base reactions and Titrations (393-395)         p394 #2-3
        Titration Video                                        p399 -400 #6-9

17-18   Titration Lab                                          Begin review questions

 19     Review: p309-310 -#2-9,11-13; p358-#4,67,9-11;
        p403 -405 #5-10, 12-16,24,25; p408-410: #4-9, 13-21,
        23,26-30.

 20     Unit Test
                              SCH3UO
             UNIT 5: GASES & ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY

DAY              ACTIVITIES/TOPICS                        PRACTICE/HOMEWORK
 1    KMT and behaviour of gases                               p428, #6-9.
      Boyle’s Law (Text ref. p 419-428.)

 2    Kelvin Temperature scale                          p 434, #16-19, p435, #22-5. ,
      Charles’ Law and Gay-Lussac’s Law. (Text ref.             438 #26-32.
      p 429-35)
      The Combined Gas Law , (p 436,7)

 3    Ideal Gases and The Ideal Gas Law(Text ref.           pg. 445, #3-5, #7, #9.
      pg. 443-5)

 4    Reactions of Gases                                      pg. 471,2, #7-12
      Molar Volume of Gases (Text ref., pg. 466-
      471.)
 5    Gas Stoichiometry, (Text. Ref. pg. 480-3.)         pg. 483, #1-3, ; 486, #1-#4.

 6    Yield of Hydrogen Gas lab                                Lab sheet ad q’s

 7    Gas Mixtures                                             pg. 465, #8-10,
      Law of Partial Pressures (Text ref. pg. 460-5.)
8-9   Major and minor components of atmosphere.         Review: p456-457: #4, 7-14,
      Analysis of air quality and human activities      16; p492-493: #2-4, 7-14;
      affecting air quality.                            p496-497: #3, 5-24.

      Unit test?

								
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