Week of 10/1 - 10/5
- Periodic Table Wrap-up
- Reactions Lab
- Lab write-up
- Periodic Table Assessment:
Atomic Structure, Atomic Numbers, Protons, Electrons, Neutrons, Isotopes, Ions, Charges, Oxidation Numbers, Valence Electrons, Periodic Trends (Reactivity, Atomic Radius, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy)
NEW TOPIC: MATTER & CHANGE
Identify properties of matter as extensive or intensive
Describe and list physical and chemical properties
Differentiate among three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas)
Describe a physical change
Categorize a sample of matter as a pure substance or a mixture
Distinguish between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures
Describe two ways that components of mixtures can be separated
Explain the difference between an element and a compound
Describe what happens during a chemical change.
Week of 10/11-10/19
- Properties of Matter Lecture (homework) / Review & clarify
- Properties of Matter Worksheet / class? homework??
- Candle Chemistry Lab
NEW TOPIC: NOMENCLATURE (naming bonds)
Develop a flowchart that can be used to name and write chemical formulas
Understand that the drive for atoms to form bonds is based on the stability of the noble gases and the octet rule.
Describe the formation of an ionic bond.
Describe the formation of an anion or cation from its neutral atom.
State and apply the octet rule.
Determine the correct ratio of cations to anions needed to form a neutral ionic compound.
Explain the difference between a monoatomic and polyatomic ion.
Understand that a formula unit represents one particle of an ionic compound.
Distinguish between ionic compound and binary molecular compounds
Name and write formulas for ionic compounds using naming rules.
Name and write formulas for binary molecular compounds
Week of 10/22 - 10/19
- Properties of Matter Assessment
- Start Unit 3 / Nomenclature - Ionic, Polyatomic, Covalent
- Ionic Worksheets
Week of 10/29 - 11/2
- Binary Ionic Compounds / lecture / practice
- Polyatomic Ions / lecture
- Ternary Ionic Compounds / lecture practice
- Assesment: Writing and illustrating Binary Ionic Compounds