Chemistry Syllabus: April 2019
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

April 1
DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
First, check your problems, ask questions, and take the quiz.
After the quiz, get out your molarity work (from before the candy lab) and answer this question on your entry task paper: What is the molarity of a solution containing 5.5 grams of sodium chloride dissolved in enough water to make 500 mL of solution?
LEARNING TARGET:

• Review of molarity calculations
IN CLASS:
• Problem check :
Stoichiometry Quiz
TO DO
:
Be sure your binder is organized and all your chemistry documents are in it.
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations

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DUE TODAY: Organized binder
ENTRY TICKET:
Write and balance the equation for the reaction between 500 mL of 2 M HCl and 500 mL of 2M NaOH

LEARNING TARGET:

• Use molarity in solution stoichiometry calculations
How to make a summary sheet
IN CLASS:
• Magical mystery mole
• Solution stoichiometry
How to make a summary sheet
Use progress tracker and semester exam study guide to begin creating a summary sheet
TO DO
:
Stoichiometry Assignment 4: Solution stoichiometry
Work on your summary sheet for the whole year
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations
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DUE TODAY:Stoichiometry Assignment 4: Solution stoichiometry
ENTRY TICKET:
Check Stoichiometry Assignment 4: Solution Stoichiometry
What part of the assigned problems were easy? What part was challenging?
LEARNING TARGET:

• Make a summary sheet for review, following the steps on your checklist.
IN CLASS:
• Check-in with summary sheet - how's it coming along?
• Share and compare with a neighbor
TO DO
:
Update summary sheet
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations

5
DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:


LEARNING TARGET:



IN CLASS:
• Practice test

TO DO
:

STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations



8
DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
What is the height of a 175 cc copper bar whose length is 15 cm and width is 8 cm?
LEARNING TARGET:

Review your 2 tests. What needs to be added to your summary sheet?
Review of empirical formulas, Lewis dot structures, and electron configuration.
Basic skills: Volume and density formulas! Also molar mass, Avogadro's number
IN CLASS:
• Review the practice test; how would YOU have scored yourself?
• What should be added to your summary sheet?
TO DO
:
Update summary sheet; Lewis structure and electron configuration problems from overhead
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations
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DUE TODAY: Reaction Stoichiometry Assignment #4 Solution Stoichiometry
ENTRY TICKET:
How many moles of sucrose are in 1 L of a 3M sucrose solution? Show the rearranged molarity equation, then add the numbers.
LEARNING TARGET:

•  Devise a procedure to synthesize a precipitate from 2 solutions of known molarity.
IN CLASS:
Solution Stoichiometry Challenge
PhEt molarity simulation for entertainment
TO DO
:
• Complete the calculations and writeup for your Solution Stoichiometry Challenge.
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations
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DUE TODAY: Reaction Stoichiometry Assignment #4
ENTRY TICKET:
What mass of sodium nitrate is needed to make 500 mL of a 0.75M solution?


LEARNING TARGET:

• Use molarity in a stoichiometry problem

IN CLASS:
• Molarity lab - finish up and try different calculations.
• Which reactant should you use to calculate theoretical mass of the precipitate?
TO DO
:
Complete calculations for molarity lab
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations
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DUE TODAY: Molarity Lab
ENTRY TICKET:
What is the limiting reactant? The excess reactant?

LEARNING TARGET:

Use molarity in a stoichiometry problem
IN CLASS:
• Whiteboard your theoretical yield and ecess reactant calculations to share with class.

TO DO
:
Update summary sheet. Be sure your lab report has everything on the checklist and is ready to be graded.
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations
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DUE TODAY: Solution Stoichiometry Challenge
ENTRY TICKET:
How many moles of potassium chloride are in 100 mL of a .75 M solution?

LEARNING TARGET:

Use molarity and volume in stoichiometry calculations

IN CLASS:
Lab discussion; calculation practice and review
Solution Stoichiometry quiz
TO DO
:
Update summary sheet for Wednesday
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations

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17
DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Just get out the materials you need for this test.

LEARNING TARGET:

• All of them :)

IN CLASS:
• Year-end test

TO DO
:
Read pages 1-2 on the handout The Nature and Properties of Gases.
Do Gas Laws Assignment 1. Be sure your descriptions use the 5 assumptions of the kinetic theory to the property. That's the point of this assignment.
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry
C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Define the term kinetic. How does this term apply to gas particles?

LEARNING TARGET:

A. State the kinetic theory of matter and describe how it explans certain properties of matter.
B. List the 5 assumptions of the kinetic theory of matter
C. Define real gas and ideal gas. Explain the difference.
D. Describe each of the following properties of gases:
1. expansion
2. low density
3. fluidity
4. compressibility
5. diffusion
E. Describe conditions under which a real gas deviates from ideal behavior
What IS a theory in science, BTW?
IN CLASS:
• Kinetic Theory
• Review of scientific theories
TO DO
:
Revise and edit Gas Laws Assignment , if necessary
STANDARD:

C.IM. 2   Gas Laws:
2a  Pressure, Volume, and Temperature
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DUE TODAY:  Gas Laws Assignment 1
ENTRY TICKET:
Rearrange the equation for density to solve for volume.

LEARNING TARGET:

Diffusion and Graham’s Law
1. Define diffusion and effusion.
a) Explain the difference.
2. State Graham’s Law in words.
a) Explain the principles involved in your own words.
3. Write the equation for Graham’s Law
Explain why each of these measurable quantities are necessary to describe the state or condition
of a gas:
1. volume
2. pressure
3. temperature
4. number of molecules (or moles)

IN CLASS:
• Diffusion demo and calculations

TO DO
:
Gas Laws Assignment 2
STANDARD:

C.IM. 2   Gas Laws:
2a  Pressure, Volume, and Temperature
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DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignment 2
ENTRY TICKET:
Which gas would be expected to diffuse more rapidly, CO2 or P2O5? Do the calculation to support your answer.

LEARNING TARGET:

Tell which variables must be held constant in order to measure each of these quantities:
1. volume-pressure
2. volume-temperature
3. pressure-temperature
4. pressure-number of molecule
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IN CLASS:
• Gas Variables small group inquiry

TO DO
:
Gas Laws Assignment 3
STANDARD:

C.IM. 2   Gas Laws:
2a  Pressure, Volume, and Temperature

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DUE TODAY: Gas Laws Assignment 3
ENTRY TICKET:


LEARNING TARGET:


B. Tell which variables must be held constant in order to measure each of these quantities:
1. volume-pressure
2. volume-temperature
3. pressure-temperature
4. pressure-number of molecules
Explain the relationship between each of these pairs of variables in terms of the kinetic theory

C. Boyle’s Law: Effects of Pressure and Volume
1. State Boyle’s Law in words and in equation form.
2. Use Boyle’s Law to solve pressure-volume problems.
3. Describe a model that could be used to explain Boyle’s Law.
4. Describe the graphical relationship of temperature to pressure.

IN CLASS:
Boyle's Law: particle models and calculations

TO DO
:
Gas Laws Assignment 4
STANDARD:

C.IM. 2   Gas Laws:
2a  Pressure, Volume, and Temperature

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
What is the atmospheric pressure under which you are living right now? State it in 3 different units.

LEARNING TARGET:

. Charles’ Law: Effects of Temperature and Volume
1. State Charles’ Law in words and in equation form.
2. Explain why temperature is measured in Kelvin for gases. Be specific.
3. Use Charles’ Law to solve temperature-volume problems.
4. Describe a model that could be used to explain Charles’ Law.
5. Describe the graphical relationship of temperature to volume..


IN CLASS:


TO DO
:
Gas Laws Assignment 5
STANDARD:

C.IM. 2   Gas Laws:
2a  Pressure, Volume, and Temperature

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Math EOC tests

May 1
May 2
DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Skim lab directions. Pick one to start, find your partners, get set up.

LEARNING TARGET:

• C. Boyle’s Law: Effects of Pressure and Volume
1. State Boyle’s Law in words and in equation form.
2. Use Boyle’s Law to solve pressure-volume problems.
3. Describe a model that could be used to explain Boyle’s Law.
4. Describe the graphical relationship of temperature to pressure.


IN CLASS:
• Boyle's Law Lab
• Finding Absolute Zero with CHarles Law
TO DO
:

STANDARD:

C.IM. 2   Gas Laws:
2a  Pressure, Volume, and Temperature

May 3
DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:


LEARNING TARGET:



IN CLASS:
• Dalton's Law

TO DO
:

STANDARD:

C.IM. 2   Gas Laws:
2a  Pressure, Volume, and Temperature

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