Teacher: Alsept LP 1.12 Subject: Chemistry I Date: Nov 1115, 20182019



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Standard

H.C.6A.1
… Mass is conserved in chemical reactions. … Chemical reactions are quantifiable…


H.C.6A.1
… Mass is conserved in chemical reactions. … Chemical reactions are quantifiable…

H.C.6A.1
… Mass is conserved in chemical reactions. … Chemical reactions are quantifiable…

H.C.6A.1
… Mass is conserved in chemical reactions. … Chemical reactions are quantifiable…



Learning Objective

Students will set up a concentration stoichiometry problem using molarity when appropriate.

Students will set up a mass to mass and mass to volume stoichiometry problems using formulas weights and gas volume constant when appropriate.

Students will set up a mass to mass, mass to volume, and mass to concentration stoichiometry problems using formulas weights, gas volume constant, and molarity equivalents when appropriate.

Students wills set up and calculate limiting reactant stoichiometry problems.

Students will set up and calculate percent yield stoichiometry problems.

CFU your LO

Write the objective. Circle the term or phrase least likely to be known.

Write the objective. Circle the term or phrase least likely to be known.

Write the objective. Circle the term or phrase least likely to be known.

Write the objective. Circle the term or phrase least likely to be known.

Write the objective. Circle the term or phrase least likely to be known.

MiniLesson

Teacher will explain concept of concentration using molarity and will demonstrate how to set of stoichiometric calculations using L/mol concentrations.


Teacher will review how to identify GIVEN and ASKED FOR info and then how to choose the correct template on the BLUE SHEET.
1129 stoichiometry formula sheet BLUE SHEET

Teacher will illustrate the concept of limiting reactant by use of a powerpoint using triple decker cheeseburgers.

Teacher will present the concept of percent yield by use of a powerpoint.
index cards percent yield

CFU your Mini Lesson

How is molarity expressed within the stoichmetric problem?


Which template would be used for a GIVEN of mass and an ASKED FOR in molarity?

What ingredient limits the number of complete cheeseburgers that can be made?

Identify reasons where reactions may not complete all the way.

Guided Practice

Class will do selected problems together.

STOICHIOMETRY – GRAMS AND VOLUME EXTRA PRACTICE

Class will do selected problems together by identifying the given and asked for information and then set up the problems.
1129 BLUE SHEET PROBLEMS

Class will do selected problems together by identifying the given and asked for information and then set up the problems.
121 index cards limiting reactants
121 sample limiting reactant problem

Class will do selected problems together by identifying the given and asked for information and then set up the problems.

CFU your Guided Practice

Problems are set up correctly.

Problems are set up correctly.

Problems are set up correctly.

Problems are set up correctly.

Problems are set up correctly.

Independent Practice

MOLARITY PROBLEMS

MOLARITY PROBLEMS
Complete any unfinished assignments

STOICHIOMETRY PRACTICE PROBLEMS III
Complete any unfinished assignments

STOICHIOMETRY  LIMITING REACTANTS

PERCENT YIELD PRACTICE

CFU for Closure

How does the dimensional analysis technique assure problem is set up correctly?

How does the dimensional analysis technique assure problem is set up correctly?

How does the dimensional analysis technique assure problem is set up correctly?

Select correct yield; identify limiting and excess reagents.

limiting reactant lesson check

INCLASS INTERVENTION

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations provided by SPED.

Redirect students to task. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations provided by SPED.
