Week 26 Chapter 12 - Stoichiometry Big Idea: The Mole REACTIONS Essential Questions: 1. How are balanced chemical equations used in stoichiometric calculations? 2. How can you calculate amounts of reactants and products in a chemical reaction? Monday 2/27 - Stoichiometry Calculations ASSESSMENT - Stoichiometry Quiz Homework - READ: Lab 24. Identification of Reaction Products: What Are the Products of the Chemical Reactions? Write the Guiding Question. Write the task (goal) and complete the four given chemical reactions to determine what the products will be. Write a procedure to complete the four chemical reactions using a microwell plate and dropper bottles. Create a data table to record your raw data.
Tuesday 2/28 - Identification of Reaction Products Investigation Stage 1 Share your chemical equations and procedure with your group. Decide on a procedure to follow and complete your chemical reactions.
Investigation Stage 2 Guiding Question - A 1.00M solution of copper II sulfate is combined with a 1.5M solution of ammonium hydroxide. How much of each reactant is needed to produce 2.00 grams of product? Class Discussion- Background Information, filtration and drying. Homework: Following the guidelines given in the "Getting Started" section, write down your personal ideas for what type of data you need to collect, how you will collect the data, and how you will analyze the data.
Wednesday 3/1 - Review Test Review Correct Stoichiometry Quiz Homework: Study for Test over Chapters 11, 20 thru pg 708, and 12.
Thursday 3/2 - Chemical Reactions ASSESSMENT - Test over Chapters 11, 20 thru pg 708, and 12.
Friday 3/3 - Identification of Reaction Products As a group, discuss each member's answers to the "Getting Started Ideas". Discuss and come up with a procedure to follow to complete your task. Design a blank data table to record your raw data. One member from each group is to write the procedure and blank data table down on a sheet of paper and submit it to Mrs. Newton for approval. Homework:
Week 27 Monday 3/6 - Wednesday 3/8 - Identification of Reaction Products (FSA Testing) - Investigation, Stage 2 - Collecting Data Create and filter precipitate. Place in drying oven. Mass dried precipitates. Homework: Data Analysis, (Due Thursday) On a separate piece of paper, include your raw data table, and observations. Then, (showing your work), answer the following questions: 1.) How many grams of precipitate did you make? 2.) How many grams should you have made, theoretically? 3.) Calculate your percent yield. 4.) Calculate the percent error. Test and Quiz Corrections
Wednesday 3/8 - Identification of Reaction Products Homework: Research what the actual product of this chemical reaction is. 1.) What is the precipitate formed? Cite your source. 2.) Use Stoichiometry to determine the theoretical yield of this reaction. 3.) Calculate your new percent yield and percent error.
Thursday 3/9 - Identification of Reaction Products Investigation, Stage 3 - Data Analysis and Development of a Tentative Argument
Friday 3/10 Investigation Stage 4 - Argumentation Session. Each Student will submit a written lab report of their group's findings. This is NOT collaborative work. Follow the Lab Report Format General Guidelines. Using the Science Lab Report Evaluation Rubric, evaluate your own work. Final Report and Rubric is due Friday March 17. The report will count as a test grade. Homework: READ - Section 13.1.
Week 28 Chapter 13 - States of Matter BIG IDEA: KINETIC THEORY Essential Questions: 1) What Factors Determine the physical state of a substance? 2) What are the characteristics that distinguish gases, liquids, and solids? 3) How do substances change from one state to another?
Monday 3/13 - The Nature of Gases a. What are the three assumptions of the kinetic theory as it applies to gases? b. How does kinetic theory explain gas pressure? c. What is the relationship between the temperature in kelvins and the average kinetic energy of particles? Warm up NOTES: Gas Properties Homework: READ pp 250-252. Complete 32, 33, and 38 on pg 253.
Tuesday 3/14 - Intermolecular Forces of Attraction. d. How do the strengths of intermolecular attractions compare with the strengths of ionic and covalent bonds? NOTES: Intermolecular Forces of Attractions Homework: READ - 13.2.
Wednesday 3/15 - The Nature of Liquids e. What factors determine the physical properties of liquids? f. What is the relationship between evaporation and kinetic energy? g. When can a dynamic equilibrium exist between a liquid and it's vapor? h. Under what conditions does boiling occur? NOTES: Phase Changes. Homework: READ - 13.3.
Thursday 3/16 - The Nature of Solids i. How are the structure and properties of solids related? j. What determines the shape of a crystal? Warm up NOTES - Properties of Liquids and Solids Homework: READ 13.4.
Friday 3/17 - Changes of State. Review: Liquids and Solids w/s k. When can sublimation occur? l. How are the conditions at which phases are in equilibrium represented on a phase diagram? NOTES: Heating Curve Complete: Liquids and Solids w/s. Homework: Changes of State w/s.
Spring Break Monday 3/20 Tuesday 3/21 Wednesday 3/22 Thursday 3/23 Friday 3/24 Week 29 Monday 3/27 - Planning Day
Chapter 13 - States of Matter BIG IDEA: KINETIC THEORY Essential Questions: 1) What Factors Determine the physical state of a substance? 2) What are the characteristics that distinguish gases, liquids, and solids? 3) How do substances change from one state to another?
Tuesday 3/28 - Triple point k. When can sublimation occur? l. How are the conditions at which phases are in equilibrium represented on a phase diagram? Warm up - Read the background information for the investigation "How Sublime". Take out a sheet of paper, write the title of the lab, the purpose of the lab, and the Safety alert. Review: Go over worksheets - Liquids and Solids & Changes of States. Investigation -Begin Part I: Observing and Exploring Dry Ice and Water Ice. Complete the steps for water ice only. (Research Universal indicator and the pH indicated by the color change observed). Homework: Complete "How Sublime" Pre-Lab Exercises on page 7. Leave enough room between your answers to make corrections if necessary.
Wednesday 3/29 - How Sublime Warm up: On your white board, with your lab partner(s), answer problem 48 on pg 443. Review: Go over Pre-Lab Exercises. Investigation: Complete Part I for water ice. Complete steps 1-6 of Part II to construct a micro pressure gauge. Homework: READ 14.1
Thursday 3/30 - How Sublime Complete data collection for Part II Homework: Begin working on analysis and conclusion questions. Completed Lab due Monday, April 3. Chapter 14 The Behavior of Gases
BIG IDEA: Kinetic Theory Essential Questions: 1) How do gases respond to changes in pressure, volume, and Temperature? 2) Why is the ideal gas law useful even though ideal gases do not exist?
Friday 3/31 - Properties of Gases a. Why are gases easier to compress than solids or liquids? b. What are the three factors that affect gas pressure? Warm up Notes: Gas Laws (Slides 1-10) Homework: READ 14.2.