Chemistry 11-Unit Description and Test/Homework Planning

Chemistry 11-Unit Description and Test/Homework Planning-Semester 2-2014
The following is an estimate of the various lessons that will be covered during this semester. This list does
not include any change due to school events. There could also be changes to the pages listed from each unit
booklet. There are 78 classes during this semester.
Unit 1: Laboratory Safety and Apparatus
(1) Safety procedures
Jan 31st
Identify safety and protective equipment
Describe the use each piece of equipment
Safety bkt p.2-5: read
Safety bkt p.6-7
Heb p.8
Indicate location of nearest fire alarm and appropriate fire
Sources of first-aid assistance other than classroom teacher
Common chemical hazards
Appropriate procedure for dealing with hazards
List general rules of safe laboratory conduct
Safety Scavenger Hunt
p. 8-10
(2) Lab apparatus
Feb 3rd
Identify, name and write various apparatus and glassware
(3) Black Box Inquiry
Apparatus flash cards
(10 X /day)
Lab Safety and
Thur Feb 6th
Feb 4th
Optional: Deadline
June 13th 2014
Unit 2: Skills and Processes of Chemistry
Feb 4th
(1) SI Units and Their Accepted Alternatives
Giant King Henry Decides Medicine Doesn’t Cure Measles,
Mumps, Nausea
Giant Medieval Map
Skills bkt p.5#1,2
(2) Lab: Act 3C-Density of 3 Liquids
Feb 5th
Reading a buret scale
Recognize the imprecise nature of measurements
Record, interpret and graph data (best fit line)
Data analysis and slope calculations
Determine the unit of a derived quantity
Act 3C: 3 graphs with best
fit line and slopes
(3) Unit Conversion
Factor label method using conversion factors
Single unit conversions
Feb 7th
Skills bkt p.4,5 p.6#1,2
p.9-10: even #s
Double unit conversions
Density calculations
Feb 11th
Feb 12th
(4) Scientific Notation, Exponential Numbers
Rules and appropriate recording
Feb 13th
(5) Significant Figures: Rules + Operations
Feb 17th
Round off calculated results to the approximate
number of significant figures
(6) Accuracy Vs Precision
Demo: dart board
Uncertainty value
Skills bkt p.11-12: even#s
, p.14
p.13: all
Hand In Assign. #1
Skill bkt p.15-16: read
Skills bktp.17-18:a,c,e…
Quiz-Unit Conversion:
Feb 14th
Skills bkt p.20-21: read
Skills bkt p.21,22
p.23-26: even #s
Feb 18th
Skills bkt p.27-29: all
p.30-33: even #s
p.34: even #s
(7) Lab Act 3A: Weighing Aluminum Foil (2 types)
Number of significant figures in a measured
Feb 19th
Relate the measured quantity to its uncertainty
Manipulate data correctly when performing calculations
(8) Lab: Oobleck Lab
Feb 20th
Observation Vs interpretation
Draw connections between objectives and conclusion
Results presentation
Unit 3: Nature of Matter
(1) Characteristics of Matter
Feb 24th
Properties, composition, behaviour of matter
States of Matter
Demo: Styrofoam balls in wire mesh cage: slg
Classify substance as solid, liquid or gas
Kinetic molecular theory of matter (KMT)
Molecular motions and arrangements of particles in:
solids, liquids and gases
Skills bkt p.36:all
p.37-39: even #s
Unit 2 Review p.1-4
Oobleck Lab
Test: Skills and Sig Fig
Thur Feb 27th
Matter bkt p.2
Heb p.44-47: read
(2)Characteristics of Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
Pure substance: set of unique identifiable properties
using properties of the material
Feb 25th
Matter bkt p.4
Venn diagram particles
(3) Lab: Chemical Puzzle
Matter bkt p.6-8
Feb 26th
(4) Matter as Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
Feb 28th
Types of Matter: Concept Map
Mar 3rd
Elements Vs compounds Vs mixtures
Atoms Vs molecules
Ionic Vs covalent compounds
Matter bkt p.3, 5
Heb p.49-52: read
(5) Phase Change Diagram
Mar 4th
Heat changes during phase changes with changes in
molecular motions and arrangements
Matter bkt p.9-11
Heb p.61#60
(6) Physical Vs Chemical Changes
Mar 5th
Types of changes when matter is heated, cooled,
combined or separated
Demo: Turning Copper into Gold
Phase change: boiling, freezing and melting point
Demo:Tennis Balls in a Large Container: slg
Matter bkt p.12-14,
17, 18
(7)Lab: Physical/Chemical Properties of Household
Mar 6th
Matter bkt p.22-26
Heb p. 59#52-58:
even #
(8) Matter Separation
Mar 7th
Separate mixture
Physical methods: filtration, evaporation,
chromatography, distillation
Chemical methods: reactivity with acid, electrolysis
Demo: penny in concentrated nitric acid
Unit 4: Chemical Naming
(1) Organization of Periodic Table
Mar 24th
Atoms, molecules and ions
Chemical Naming
Names and formulae for ionic compounds
Using criss cross method
Using data bkt from Chem 12
Names and formulae: common acids and bases
Matter bkt p.4, 19-21
Matter bkt p.15-16
Unit 2: Review Sheet
Matter Types and Matter
Tue Mar 26th
Naming Sheet p.1-4
Heb: p.65-74: read
p.71#4: a,c,e…
p.72#5: a,c,e…
p.74#8,9: a,c,e…
(2) Chemical Naming
Mar 25th
Names and formulae for covalent compounds
Using the prefix naming system
Unit 5: Chemical Reactions
Mar 26th
(1) Evidence of Chem Rxn
Observe and record changes during a chem rxn
change in: mass, temperature, colour
Word equations: reactants products
Test: Matter's Properties
and Chemical Naming
Thur Mar 27th
Rxn bkt p.2
Heb p.103-110, 113-118,
119-122: read
(2) Law of Conservation of Mass
Mar 28th
Gather experimental data leading to this law
Balance formula equations for chemical reactions
Using abbreviations(s, l, g, aq) to represent:
solids, liquids, gases and aqueous solutions
Use Hof Brincl for diatomic molecules
Rxn bkt p.3-6: even #s
(3) Chemical Rxns Types
Mar 31st
Classify and write balanced equations for:
synthesis, decomposition, single and double replacement,
combustion and acid-base neutralization
Rxn bkt p.7-9
p.10-11: even #s
(4) Lab: Chem Rxns
Complete lab sheets
(5) Predicting Products of Chem Rxns Apr 1st
For all of the above types of chem rxns
Using Activity Series for single replacement reactions
(6) Energy changes during a chemical reaction
Define endo and exo rxns
Apr 2nd
Classify rxns as exothermic or endothermic
based on experimental observations
Demos: ammonium thiocyanate + barium hydroxide
sugar and sodium chlorate
Rxn bkt p.12-13
Use p. 18 (Act. Series)
Relate energy changes to bond breaking and forming
Thermochemical equations
Writing the energy term in chem rxns
Rxn bkt p.14, p.17#3-5
Heb p.122#76-80
Review p.15-17
Hand In Assig #7: a,c,e…
Hand In Assig #8
Test: Chemical Rxns
Tues April 9th
Unit 6: The Mole: How Big is a Mole?
(1) Significance and Use of the Mole
Apr 3rd
Relative atomic mass using the periodic table
Mole: unit for counting atoms, molecules, or ions
Using the Avogadro's number
Determining the molar mass of element and compound
Molar mass = Gram Formula Mass
(2) Mole Calculations and Conversions
mass mole (vice versa)
mass atoms (vice versa)
mass molecules (vice versa)
(3) Lab: Moles, Moles, Moles
Apr 4th
Apr 7th
(4) Determine the Percent Composition by Mass
using the formula of a compound Apr 8th
(5) Lab: Oreo Cookie
Apr 9th
writing own procedure to perform experiment
(6) Determine the Empirical Formula for a Compound
using the percent composition by mass Apr 10th
(7) Empirical Vs Molecular Formulas
Apr 11th
Determine a molecular formula using the molecular mass
and the empirical formula
Heb p.78-85: read
Mole bkt p.6-7: even #s
Moles bkt p.8-9: even #s
Mole bkt p.4-6
Quiz: Molar Masses
Thur Apr 5th
Mole bkt p.11-12:
even #
Mole bkt p.10
Formal Lab Report
Mole bkt p.13-14:
even #
p.19#1: a,c,e,
p.19 #2,4,8 10, 12:a,c,e
(8) % Hydrate in a Compound
Apr 14th
Mole bkt p.15: all,
p. 17-18: even #s
(9) Lab: Formula of a Hydrate
Apr 15th
Mole bkt p.21
Mole bkt p.16
(10) Molarity
Apr 16th
Concentration problems using molarity as mol/L or M
Calculations relating mass (or moles) of solute, volume of
and molarity
Heb p.96-104: read
Mole bkt p.26-28:
even #
(11) Solution Preparation
Apr 17th
Using a scale and volumetric flasks
Prepare a solution of known molarity
Calculate the resulting concentration when a given volume
of a standard solution is diluted with water
C1V1 = C2V2
Heb p.102-103
#78-94: even #s
Unit 7: Stoichiometry
Apr 22nd
(1) State Avogadro's Hypothesis
Coefficients in a balanced equation relate to the number
of particles of reactants and products
Heb p.77-78: read
Heb p.78#2-5
(2) Calculations Involving Reactions
(i) Moles Conversions
Heb p.123-125: read
Stoich bkt p. 13
+ Part A: even #s
Mole bkt p. 29
Hand In Assign #6
Test: Moles and Molarity
Thu Apr 24th
(ii) Mass-Mass/Mass/Mole Conversions
Apr 23rd
(iii) Number of Molecules, Amount of Energy
Stoich bkt p.12, 14
+ Parts B, C: even #s
Stoic bkt p.17#5, p.15#4
Heb p.127#8:b, c
Quiz: Stoichio Apr 28th
(3) Calculations Involving a Limiting Reactant Apr 24th
Demo: Limiting Reactant: Al + CuCl2
Stoichio bkt p.10-11
(4) Lab: Stoichiometry Using Molecular Models
Involving limiting reactant
Apr 25th
Molecular bkt: all
(5) Limiting Reactants Problems
Stoichio bkt p.16
Parts D, E: even #s
Apr 29th
Apr 30th
(6) Stoichiometry Using Concentration
May 1st
Stoich bkt p.18-19#1-2
(7) Molar Volume of a Gas
May 2nd
Define STP and molar volume of a gas:
STP-22.4 L/mol
May 5th
Calculate the moles or mass of a gas from a given
volume at STP or Simple gas stoichiometry at STP
Stoich bkt p.20: even #s
Stoich bkt p.17,19#3-5
p. 21-23: even #s
Hand in Assign #5
Hand in Assign #10
(8) % Yield and Theoretical Yield
Stoich bkt p.24
Hand in Assign #11
Unit 7 Review: Stoichio
May 6th
Unit 8: Atomic Theory and Periodic Table May 7th
(1) Development of the Model of the Atom
Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr
DVD: Atomic Theory
(2) Subatomic Structures of Atoms, Ions and Isotopes (i)
Proton, neutron, electron
May 9th
relative position, mass, charge
(ii) Mass and atomic number of isotope and ion
isotopic formula
average atomic mass
Test: Molar Volume and
Stoichio:Thur May 8th
Heb p.139-144: read
Atom bkt p. 3,4,6
Heb p. 144-151: read
Atom bkt p.5,7
p.8: even #s
(iii) Atom and ion
number of neutrons, protons, and electrons
atomic number, mass number, charge
(3) Bohr Model and Spectroscopy
May 12th
Lab Act 8A: Emission Spectroscopy
Demo: Tesla Coil, Cathode Ray Tube, TV Monitor
Atom bkt p. 9, 10
Heb p. 151: read
(4) Modern Atomic Theory (Quantum Mechanics) Determine
electron configuration using: May 13th
energy levels, and s, p, d, f orbitals
Hund’s Rule
Electron configuration
(i) First 20 elements
May 14th
Heb p. 151-158: read
Atom bkt p. 11: read
(ii) Ground state Vs excited state
Hund’s Rule Diagram
Atom bkt p.12-14
p.15#1-8, 16, 17
p.18: Part B
Hand In Assign #12
Atom bkt p.24#2
(activated or ionized)
(5) Periodic Table
May 15th
Heb p.160-171: read
(i) Properties of elements
Atom bkt p.22, 24#1
(ii) Classify and locate elements as:
metal, non-metal or metalloid
(iii) Describe properties for the following families:
Alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, halogens,
noble gases and transition metals
(iv) Predict the characteristics of elements
Knowing the characteristics of another element in that family
(v) Predict the formulae of compounds
Given the formula of another compound containing elements
in the same families
(vi) Predict the probable electron gain or loss for elements
in columns: 1, 2, 13, 15, 16, and 17
Relate the observed charge of monoatomic ions of metals
and non-metals to numbers of electrons lost or gained
(vii) Trends in properties such as:
May 20th
Melting point, ionization energy, atomic radius
Test: Atom and Periodic
Table: Thur May 22nd
Unit 9: Chemical Bonding/Solutions
May 21st
Heb p.171-179: read
A-Chemical Bonding
Bonding bkt p.6
(1) Types of Bond
Bonding bkt p. 2
Ionic, polar/non polar covalent
p.3-4: all p. 5, 7:
Based on electronetagivity difference
even #s
(2) Lewis Structures
May 23rd
Draw an electron dot diagram: atom, ion, molecule
Valence electrons,
Bonded and non bonded electrons
Heb p.183-188: read
Bonding bkt p.8-11
(3) VSPER theory for simple molecules and ions
Draw structural formulae
May 26th
Deduce molecular formula
Heb p. 12, 13
Hand in Assign #14
Except #19-22
May 27th
(4) Solution Vs Pure Substance
Solution: homogeneous mixture of solute and solvent
Types of solutions: solid, liquid or gaseous
Heb p. 193-198: read
(5) Electronegativity Difference and Solubility
May 28th
Heb p.204-208: read
(6) Lab: Conductivity of Solutes in Aqueous Solution
Relate ion formation to electrical conductivity
Summarize conductivity results
May 29th
Types of solutes that conduct electricity when dissolved
in water
Heb p. 195-196: read
(7) Dissociation or Ionization Equations May 30th
For conducting solutions:
Various substances that dissolve in water
Heb p. 210 : read
(8) Concentration of Ions in a Solution May 31st
Molarity of each ion in a salt solution
Given the molarity of the solution
Heb p. 211: read
(9) Concentration of Ions in a Mixture Jun 2nd
When mixing 2 solutions of known concentration and
Bonding bkt p. 18 #4-6
Without producing a reaction
Involving stoichiometric calculations
(10) Lab: Solubility Rules
Jun 3rd
Using the solubility table
Bonding bkt p. 19-20
Bonding bkt p. 18 #1
(11) Precipitation Reactions
Jun 4th
Understanding the solubility table
Types of chemical ionic equations
Bonding bkt p.15-17: even
#s, p. 18 #2
Test-Bonding and
Thur Jun 12th
Unit 10: Organic Chemistry
(1) Alkanes
Jun 5th
(2) Alkyl Halides
(3) Multiples bonds (Alkenes/Alkynes)
(4) Aromatic Compounds
Jun 6th
(5) Functional Groups
Alcohol, Aldehydes, Ketones, Ethers, Amines,
Amides, Carboxylic Acids, Esters
June 9-12th
Heb p. 213-244
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