Chemistry Syllabus: March 2019
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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
What is a net ionic equation? What are spectator ions?

LEARNING TARGET:

• Write ionoc and net ionic equations

IN CLASS:
• Complete net ionic equations from lab; due at end of class

TO DO
:
Read and be sure you are ready to carry out Copper Cycle Lab
STANDARD:

C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reactions

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DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment #7
ENTRY TICKET:
Is copper more active than any metals? Which ones? How do you know?

LEARNING TARGET:

Write chemical equations for the reactions in the copper cycle lab.

IN CLASS:
• Copper Cycle Lab

TO DO
:
Copper Cycle Analysis Qustions and Equations
STANDARD:

C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reaction
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DUE TODAY: copper cycle lab
ENTRY TICKET:
What is the formula for aluminum nitrate?

LEARNING TARGET:

•Write balanced chemical equations for complete combustion reactions.

IN CLASS:
• Combustion Reactions - the flaming snowball.

TO DO
:
Equation Assignment 8 Combustion
STANDARD:

C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reaction
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DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment 8
ENTRY TICKET:
What must be true of a compound participating in a double or single replacement reaction?

LEARNING TARGET:

• Write equations for single and doble replacement reactions.

IN CLASS:
• Quiz - double replacement and single replacement reactions

TO DO
:
Equation Assignment 9
STANDARD:

C.IM.1: Chemical reactions
C.IM.1a: Types of reaction
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DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment 9
ENTRY TICKET:
The number of particles in 1 mole is ___________
The mass of 1 mole of carbon is _________
LEARNING TARGET:

• Count particles of a substance by weighing them.

IN CLASS:
• Counting by Weighing Activity - a review of moles

TO DO
:
Complete the analysis questions
STANDARD:

C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry

C.IM. 3a   Molecular calculations

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Write the equality and then 2 conversion factors for the number of milliliters in a liter.

Write the equality and then 2 conversion factors for Avogadro's number.
LEARNING TARGET:

• Explain how very tiny particles can be counted by weighing them. 

IN CLASS:
• Finish Counting by Weighing activity.

TO DO
:
Analy
STANDARD:

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

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DUE TODAY: Analysis questions from Counting by Weighing Lab
ENTRY TICKET:
Which reaction type and subtype are the trickiest to remember? Why?

LEARNING TARGET:

• Predict products and write balanced chemical equations for 5 types of chemical reactions.

IN CLASS:
•Chemical Equation Proficiency Test

TO DO
:
Rxn Stoichiometry Review Assignment
STANDARD:

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

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DUE TODAY: Rxn Stoichiometry Review Assignment
ENTRY TICKET:
Write the balanced equation for the synthesis of iron (III) sulfide from iron and sulfur. (Sulfur is S8.)
What is the ratio of iron to sulfur particles in the reactants?
LEARNING TARGET:

• Use mole ratios to determine relative amounts of products and reactants in a balanced equation 

IN CLASS:
• Mole Ratio small group inquiry

TO DO
:
Rxn Stoichiometry Assignment 1
STANDARD:

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

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DUE TODAY: Rxn Stoichiometry Assignment 1
ENTRY TICKET:

Explain to me like I'm 5 how to make a mole ratio.

LEARNING TARGET:

Use mole ratios, balanced equations, and molar masses to determine relative amounts of products and reactants in a balanced equation
Systems approach to problem solving: What were you thinking? How did you arrive at your decision?  What was the process?
IN CLASS:
• Check Assignment 1 solutions - reflection on exit pass.

Review of chemistry skills so far
• Systems thinking problem solving skills
•Practice reaction stoichiometry problems.

TO DO
:
Reaction Stoichiometry Assignment 2
STANDARD:

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

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DUE TODAY: Rxn Stoichiometry Assignment 2
ENTRY TICKET:

What is the mass of 0.55 moles of iron?

LEARNING TARGET:

Use mole ratios, balanced equations, and molar masses to determine relative amounts of products and reactants in a balanced equation
Explain the thought process you use to plan solutions to problems
IN CLASS:
Review of chemistry skills so far
• Systems thinking problem solving skills
•Practice reaction stoichiometry problems.


TO DO
:
Stoichiometry Assignment 2
STANDARD:

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


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DUE TODAY: Stoichiometry Assignment 2
ENTRY TICKET:
Check your problems with answer keys at lab tables.
On entry ticket: did you make any errors? Consistently? Describe what you did.
LEARNING TARGET:

Use mole ratios, balanced equations, and molar masses to determine relative amounts of products and reactants in a balanced equation

IN CLASS:
• Select an equation from your Equation Assignment 9 and write a problem . Make up a starting mass for any reactant or product. Find the mass of any other product or reactant. Show your work on a whiteboard.
• NOW, write the exact same problem on another whiteboard, but this time, make an error.
• Next, find the errors on at least one other board. Work the problem correctly on your paper, including the balances equation and the text of the problem.

TO DO
:
Read the Copper-Iron Tango Lab and be ready to ask about anything you aren't familiar with.
STANDARD:

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

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Write the equation for the reaction between iron metal and copper (II) sulfate.

LEARNING TARGET:

• Calculate theoretical yield and percent yield for a chemical reaction

IN CLASS:
Iron-Copper Tango Lab

TO DO
:
Finish the calculations.
STANDARD:

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

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DUE TODAY:
ENTRY TICKET:
Get out your Tracking Progress chart. What has changed since you last updated?

LEARNING TARGET:

• Calculate % yield

IN CLASS:
• 10 min - set up filtration/masses
• Review error boards
% yield calculation
• Review Tracking Progress chart
How to read problems and set up dimensional analysis

TO DO
:

STANDARD:

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

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DUE TODAY: Lab
ENTRY TICKET:
What was the % yield of copper in your lab? 90% is considered quantitative, 80% very good, 70% good, and anything under 40% is considered poor.

LEARNING TARGET:

• Work a variety of reaction stichiometry problems.

IN CLASS:
• Review your Tracking Progress list. Identify the skills needed for stoichiometry problems. Questions?

TO DO
:
Complete Reaction Stoichiometry Assignment 3problems.
STANDARD:

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