CHEMISTRY

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CHAPTER

Matter and change

Conceptual Strand

The properties of matter, how it interacts with energy.

Guiding Question

What is the relationship of matter and energy

Tennessee Curriculum Standards

Units

2.1. Properties Of Matter                                 CLE 3221;Inq 2 CLE 3221 2.1,CLE 3 221 2.3

Investigate the characteristic properties of ma tter.

ü 2.2 Mixtures                                              CLE 3221; Inq 2 CLE 3221, Inq 3. Cle 3321, 2.1

Identify a material as an element,compound or mixtures identify a mixture as homogenous or

1. Mixtures,Solutions and Compounds     heterogenous,identify a mixture as solution,                                                                          solution,colloid or suspension.

2. Mixtures

2.3. Elements and Compounds                 CLE 3221;Inq 2 CLE3221 Inq 3,CLE 3221,2.1

2.4.Chemical reactions

CLE 3221,Inq2,CLE3221,Inq3,3221;Math1,CLE3221,2. 1 ,2.2

1.        Chemical Reactions                  Mathematics of chemical formulas and    equations.

2.     Chemical Reactions and balancing equations    law of conservation of mass

CHAPTER

Scientific Measurements

Conceptual Strand

Science applies mathematics to investigate questions,solve problems,and communicate findings .

Guiding Question

What mathematical skills and understandings are needed to successfully   investigate chemistry.

Tennessee Curriculum Standards

Units

3.1.Measurements and their Uncertainty               CLE 3221 Inq3,CLE 3221 Inq4,CLE                                                                                                   3221,math 1.

1. What is precision and accuracy                          Determine the accuracy and precision of    experimental   results.

Translate data into correct units,and dimensions using conversion factors and scientific notation.

2. Significant Figures

3.2   International System of Units                         CLE3221,Math1,CLE 3221 Math2

International Units                                  Use a variety of appropriate notations.

3.3   Conversion Problems                    CLE3221,Inq2,CLE3221,Math1,CLE3221, Math2

1. Unit Conversion Practice Problems    Select and apply appropriate methods of   c

Computing with real numbers and evaluate the

Reasonableness of results.

3.3   Density

CHAPTER

Atomic Structure

Conceptual Strand

Atomic theory is the foundation for understanding the interactions and changes in matter .

Guiding Question

How does the structure of matter determine its chemical and physical properties?

Tennessee Curriculum Standards

Units

4.1 Defining an atom                       CLE3221,Inq 1, CLE3221;Inq 3,CLE 3221,1.1

1. Analyze the organization of the modern periodic table.

Describe the atom in terms of its composition and        electron characteristics.

4.2 Structure of the Nuclear atom           CLE3221,Inq1,CLE 3221,Inq2,CLE 3221,1.1,1.3

Describe an atom in terms of its composition and                        electron    characteristics.

4.3   Distinguishing among atoms               CLE 3221,Inq2,CLE 3221,Inq3,CLE

3221,Inq4;CLE3221 Math 1,CLE3221 Math2 .

CHAPTER

Electrons in Atoms

Conceptual Strand

Identify the contributions of major atomic theorists Bohr,Chadwick,Dalton,Plank,Rutherford,and Thomson.

Guiding Question

How to write the electronic configuration of an atom

Tennessee Curriculum Standards

Units

5.1 Models of the atom        CLE 3221,Inq1,CLE3221,Inq2,CLE3221,Inq2,CLE                                                                          3221,1.1,1.2,1.3.

1. Compare the Bohr model and the quantum                                         mechanical electron-cloud models of the atoms.

5.2  Electron arrangement in atoms                   CLE3221,1.2;CLE 3221,1.3

1 . Practice Sheet                                .

2 Compare s and p orbitals in terms of their shape and order the s,p,d,and f orbitals in terms of energyand number of possible electrons.

5.3   Physics and the Quantum Mechanical Model        CLE3221;Inq2,CLE 3221,Inq3

CLE3221,Math2,CLE1.1,1.3.

1.     Interpret a Bohr model of an electron                                                                                moving between its ground and excited states

In terms of absorption or emission of energy .

CHAPTER

The Periodic Table

Conceptual Strand

Use the periodic table to identify an element as a metal,nonmetal,metalloid.

Guiding Question

How to apply the periodic table to determine the number of protons and electrons in a neutral atom.

Units                                                    Tennessee Curriculum Standards

6.1 Organizing the elements                      CLE 3221,Inq1, CLE3221;1.2

6.2 Classifying an element                                                 CLE 3221,1.2,CLE 3221,1.3

6.3   Periodic Trends                                       CLE 3221,Inq2,CLE 3221,1.3,CLE 3221,1.3

Chapter 8

!. Types of Compounds

Properties of molecular compounds

molecular formula

VSEPR

pi and sigma bond

11. Molecular Polarity     Polar bonds and molecules

Molecular Compounds

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Nature of Covalent Bonding

Bonding Theories

Chapter 9

Naming ions

Naming and writing formulas for ionic compounds

1. Formulas of polyatomic anions, cations and extra practice

Naming and writing formulas for molecular compounds

3. Chemical formula worksheets worksheet index 5

Naming and writing formula for acids and bases

Chapter 10

The mole

Mole mass and mole-volume relationship

Percentage composition calculation

Empirical formula

Molecular formulas

Chapter 11

Chemical reactions

!. Nature of chemical reactions.

Types Of Chemical reactions

2. To react or not to react; that is the question!

Reactions in aqueous solution

5. Practice writing net ionic equations

Chapter 12

Mole Ratios

Excess and Limiting reactant

Problems on Limiting Reagent and percent yield

Chapter 13

Nature of gases

Nature of liquids

2. Nature of liquids slides/worksheet

Nature of solids

3. Nature of solids slides/worksheet

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Entropy, enthalpy and free energy

Chapter 19

Strengths of acids and bases

Chapter 20