Chemistry Honors                         

3rd QuarterJan- Mar2017 

Ayesha Mirza         3rd Qtr     Jan -Mar  2017             Chemistry

 

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Winter Break

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CHAP 14.2

Interpret group trends in atomic radii, ionic radii, ionization energies, & electronegativity

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Chap 15.1 Electron Dot structure, Electron configurations for Cations and anions.

P 432 20-33

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Review chap 1-15

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Semester Exam

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Chap15.2 Ionic  Bond p 419- 424 Sec p 426 Q9-14 p 432 Q33-38

H.W Due  Thursday p432 Q39-43 p 434 Q70-72

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Lab :Solutions containing Cations & Anions Chap15.3 Bonding in Metals p 427 Use Theory of Metallic bond to explain the physical properties of metals

Sec Review 15.3 p429

H.W Due  Thursday p434 Q70-72

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Chap 16.1covalent bond-440 single covalent bond

Concept Map p451

Use e-dot structure to show the formation of single, double & triple bond

Discover it shape of moleculep436 p 451 Q7-12

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Chap 16.1covalent bond

Describe & give examples of, resonance structure & coordinate covalent bond

Activity p 440 lewis e –dot str

CHEM Math p441

P470 Q27-30

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NO SCHOOL / TEACHER WORK DAY

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NO SCHOOL

Martin Luther King Holiday

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 P 445 Discuss coordinate covalent bond & 3 step problem solving approach

P445 p 446

Teacher demo p 447 /it takes energy to break bonds & Energy is released when bonds form

Exceptions to the Octet rule449-451

H.W Due  Tuesday

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Chap 16.2 p452 Describe the molecular orbital Theory of Covalent Bonding; Use VSEPER Theory to predict shapes of single covalently bonded molecules.

Use ball stick model p456

Reteach p 459

P47031-35

Chap 16.2 Hybrid molecules p 457

Chem and agriculture

H.W due Thursdayp472 Q71,73,75

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Chap 16.3 Polar Bonds & Molecules

Engage :shapes of crystals Visual

Use electronegativity values to classify a bond as non-polar covalent, polar covalent Or Ionic

Table 16.4 & practice problem p462

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Chap 16.3 Polar Molecules p 467

Lab: Paper Chromatography of food dyes

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Chap 15 &16 Assessment

H.W due Thursday

P498 Q 69,73,p 499 Q1-12

 

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Chap 17 Water & Aqueous systems Discover it observing water tension

Describe hydrogen bonding, explain the high surface tension and low vapor pressure of water p474

17.1 p 478Q1-4

 

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Chap 17.2

Account for high heat of vaporization & high boiling pt.

Explain why Ice floats p479 -481  

p481 Q5-7

 

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Chap 17.3

Demo pg 485

Distinguish among strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes & non electrolytes

 

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Chap 17.3 Aqueous solutions

Explain the significance of the statement ‘Like dissolves like’

Activity p484 lemon battery

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17.4 Water of Hydration p 485

Suspension, colloid & tyndall effect, Brownian  movement pp 490-492 Lab: Electrolyte p 489

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Review of Aqueous Property of water

Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb7HuE9p8Yg

H.W due Thursday p224 Q22&23

 

Feb 1

Chap 17 Test

2

Chap 18.1 p501

Powerpoint Solution and its types

Henry’s Lawp506with focus on S/P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yU5y-cFXoo

H.Wdue Monday p 529 The Solubility Graph Q71

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W-up Practice problem Q1p507

18.2 Concentration (Molarity & Molality) of Solution p 514 Q14,15

 

Feb6

18.3 Colligative properties of solutions: Boiling point elevation, freezing point depression

H.W P528 Q50-54

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Lab: To make a solution and use carefully measured data to calculate the solution’s concentration-molarity and molality

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IQRA DAY

 

 

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18.4 calculating Colligative properties of solutions

P 528 Q55,58,59

STD TEST PREP Chap 18 p531Q1-16

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Test Chap 18

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Chap 19.1 Rate of reaction

Vocab :Activation E,catalyst, inhibitor

How does each factor,temp, concentration, particle size, an inhibitor affect the rate of chemical reaction

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Chap 19.2 Reverse Reactions and equilibrium p539

Write the equilibrium constant equation

Le Chateliers Principle response to pressure

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zuUV455zFs

p541

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Le Chateliers Principle response to pressure

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhQ02egUs5Y

Equilibrium constant

P546 ASAP CD sample problem 19.2

Discuss equilibrium expression of ozone p547

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19.3Determining whether a reaction will occur

 

19.4 H.W P559 practice problems a-f due Tue

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Lab p:557Enthalapy & Entropy

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NO SCHOOL

PRESIDENTS DAY Holiday

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19.4 Calculating Entropy problems

Bring H.W P559 practice problems a-f

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19.5 p566 interpret the exp rate of reaction to deduce the rate laws fir simple chemical reactions

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Test Chap 19

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Chap 27.1 27.3The chemistry of Life p808-819

Pre test

Carbohydrates & Proteins

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Lab: The egg: a biochemical store house p 820 3 day exp 25 mins each day

Lipids & Nucleic Acids 27.4-27.5 p821-831

H.W due Thursproblems a-f

 

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Lab: The egg: a biochemical store house p 820 3 day exp 25 mins each day

Lipids & Nucleic Acids 27.4-27.5 p821-831

Mar 1

Lab: The egg: a biochemical store house p 820 3 day exp 25 mins each day

27.6 Metabolism, Role of ATP in Energy production

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Chap 27 Test

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Chap 28

Nuclear Radiation 28.1p841 Types of RADIATION

28.2 Use half life to determine the amount of Radioisotope remaining p845

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CHEM MATH CALCULATING HALF LIFE P 848 A,B&C

P 864 Q23-29

H.W due Thurs p 865 Q45-49

 

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Transmuatation Reactions p850

Lab: Radioactivity and half lives p 852

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28.3 Nuclear Fission & Fusion

28.4 Methods of detecting radiation

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Chap 20.1-20.2

Acid Base formula, definition

P 580 H ion & Acidity

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Chap20.3-20.4

Acid base theory & Strength of an acid

 

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LabP 596: Indicators from natural resources

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Nine weeks Exam

Chap 8,14-20,27& 28

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LPS SPELLING BEE

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Chap 21.1 Neutralization reactions p 613

Steps of titration

Key terms on 613

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Teacher Work Day /Student Holiday

 

Chemistry Honors                         

2ND Quarter OCT 24 2016- JAN-2017                    

Mon

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 OCTOBER

 

 

 

 

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Chap 8.1 Chemical reactions symbol table p206

Rules for Balancing equations  p208-211

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Lab: Types of reactions

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5- Types of Chemical Reactionsp 222 example of each

 

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Reaction in aqueos solutions

P225

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Balanced net ionic equations p228 Q28

 

H.W due Friday p530 cumulative review Q84-89

 

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Standardized test p235

 

Nov 1

Stoichiometry and Rules

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mole to mole and liter to liter conversions

 

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Limiting Reactant

 

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Chap 8 & 9 Assessment







                 




































  1st Quarter Aug,2016- Oct-2016

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Tue

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Aug 15

 

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Rules/ Contracts

 Lab safety rules/

School/Lab Rules/

procedures

Social/Lab Contract

 Lab safety ppt

Equipment identification & drawing

 H.W  Signed Contracts Due Thursday Aug 22 Read 1.1&1.2 Intro to chemistry Disccussion on Thursday/Friday

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Chap 1Science Process Skills/Scientific Method

Signed contracts Due today

Identify common steps of scientific methods.

Compare and contrast types of data.

Compare and contrast types of variables.

Describe difference between theory and scientific law.

Compare and contrast pure research, applied research, and technology.

 

19

Lab safety Test

Apply knowledge of laboratory safety.

 

1.1&1.2 Intro to chemistry Disussion

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Chap 2 Matter & Change

Identify characteristics of a substance.

Worksheet due Thursday

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Chap 2 Matter & Change

Distinguish between physical and chemical properties.

Differentiate among physical states of matter.

 

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Define physical change and list several common physical changes.

Define chemical change and list several indications that a chemical change has taken place.

Apply law of conservation of mass to chemical reactions.

Contrast mixtures and substances.

Classify mixtures as homogeneous or heterogeneous.

Lab

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Distinguish between elements and compounds.

Describe the organization of elements on the periodic table.

Explain how all compounds obey the laws of definite and multiple proportions.

 

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 REVIEW

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Chap 2 assessment

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Chap 3 Scientific Measurement & Data Analysis 3.1, 3.3&3.4

Qualitative & quantitative Measurement Scientific Notation p 51

Define SI base units for time, length, mass, and temperature .USE UNIT CONVERSION LINK STOP 4:20 SEC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQpQ0hxVNTg&feature=fvwrel&nomobile=1

Emphasis on p 64 Table 3.2,3.3 p66 Discussion    p 78 Q52

H.W due  Wed P67 Q17-22 p75Q32-35

Due Thursday p70 Q A-G

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Chap 3 Scientific Measurement & Data Analysis

Explain how adding prefix changes a unit. Express numbers in scientific notation.

Sep 1

3.4 Density & Specific gravity

Focus on Density p 68 & specific gravity p 72 Temp p74 Questions  p 72 Q 26, 28

P 71PRACTICE PROBLEM

 

2

Use percent error to describe the accuracy of experimental data

Define and compare accuracy and precision

H.W due  Mon worksheet 42-43

P81 Q1-12

Sep 5

Labor Day/ No school

6

Chap 4 Unit Conversions :. USE UNIT CONVERSION LINK 4:21 SEC until end

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQpQ0hxVNTg&feature=fvwrel&nomobile=1

p95 Q15,-19

H.W Due Thursday Std test prep p105 all questions

Practice problem p98 Q22,23 P99 Q24 Answers in the back of the book p104 q59-66 Significant Figures Lab

P39-41

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Use dimensional analysis to convert between units p90

P103 Q36

P97 sample 4-8,4-9,4-10,

 

 

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Review

Cumulative Review p80 Q79-83

 p104 q59-66 H.W due Tuesday Sep 19 Assign each students  a scientist to research & present the Contribution of each scientists

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Assessment:

Chap 3&4 Scientific Measurement & Data

Assessment & Problem solving

Sep 12

 Eid Break

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Eid Break

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Eid Break

 

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Eid Break

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Eid Break

Sep 19

 Chap 5 Atomic Structure & Periodic  table

Presentations of  scientists towards the Discovery of an atom and its parts.

o    Compare and contrast the atomic models.

o    Define an atom.

 

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Continued

Chap 5 Atomic Structure & Periodic  table

Presentations of  scientists towards the Discovery of an atom and its parts.

o    Compare and contrast the atomic models.


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Continued

Chap 5 Atomic Structure & Periodic  table

Presentations of  scientists towards the Discovery of an atom and its parts.

o    Compare and contrast the atomic models.


 

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Distinguishing  between atoms

Atomic Number, Mass Number, Isotope, atomic mass

Distinguish between subatomic particles in terms of relative charge and mass.

Describe the structure of the nuclear atom, including the locations of subatomic particles.

 

P121 Q20-23

P131 q1-13

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Guide students in identifying the basis of organization of the periodic table in terms of period & groups

Define an isotope and explain why atomic masses are not whole numbers.

Calculate the number of protons, electrons and neutrons in an atom given its mass number and atomic number.

Cumulative Review p130 62-67

Sep 26

Chap 5 Assessment

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Chap 6.1 Introduction to chemical Bonding

Distinguish B/w Ionic and Covalent compound

Distinguish B/w cation & anion

Explain how all compounds obey the laws of

H.W Due Thursdayp156 Q32-36 

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Chap 6.2Representing Chemical compounds

Distinguish B/w chemical, molecular &Formula unit

Use Exp data to show Law of definite and multiple proportions.

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6.3 Use Periodic table to determine the charge on an Ion

Define polyatomic ions and give name and formulas of most polyatomic ions

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 Chap 6.4 Chemical Names & formulasp143

Ionic charges :polyatomic ions

Binary ionic compds

Oct 3

Names & formulas of ionic compounds p157

P167 Q64-69

Lab

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6.5 Naming acids

Foldable

P167 Q70-74

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Chap 6.6 Chemical Names & formulas

Summary of naming & formula writing

Work sheet

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Review

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 Chap 6 Assessment

Oct 10

Chap 7 Chemical Quantities

The mole 7.1

Describe how Avagadro’s number is related to a mole of any substance.

How many items in a dozen, a gross  & a ream?p 174

H.W Due Friday p 198 Q45-53

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Measure 1mole on a variety of chemicals.

Sample problem 7.2 &7.3 p 174-175

Mass mole of element/mass mole of compound C.W Sec Review p 181 Q11-15.

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Mole _mass & mole –volume relationship.

P183 Practice problem 18,19

 

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Lab 187 Measuring mass as a means of counting.

H.W Due Wednesday Sec Review p 186 Q 24-28

Due next ThursdayCumulative review p200 Q80-85

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Ch 7.3Percentage Composition and chemical formulas

P188

Chap 7 Quiz

Oct 17

Calculating Empirical Formula p192,193

Foldable with Steps

H.W Due Thursdayp 198 Q60-64

 

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Calculating Empirical Formula

Practice Q 35 a-d & 36

Calculating Molecular formulap194 Salts 195

C.W p 198 Q66

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Review

 

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End of Nine weeks exam

Chap 1-7

 

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Student Holiday/

Teacher Work day