TEACHER: ALSEPT


SUBJECT: CHEMISTRY I and HONORS CHEMISTRY

DATE: FEB 1923, 2018


MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

STANDARD

C2.1, C2.2, C2.3

C2.1, C2.2, C2.3

H.C.2A.1, H.C.2A.2, H.C.2A.3

H.C.2A.1, H.C.2A.2, H.C.2A.3

H.C.2A.1, H.C.2A.2, H.C.2A.3

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

Students will analyze data from lab activity to calculate percent composition of water in a hydrate compound

Students will identify the subatomic particles of the atom as to number, mass, and charge using atomic number and atomic mass and will explain how subatomic particles contribute to atomic number and atomic mass.

Students will analyze, identify, and assign energy levels and sublevels of electrons by applying rules of electron configuration in quantum theory.

Students will analyze, identify, and assign energy levels and sublevels of electrons by applying rules of electron configuration in quantum theory.

Students will assign charges to elements based upon their Lewis dot structures
(Honors) Students will calculate frequency and wavelength using speed of light equation and Rydberg’s equation.

ACTIVATE PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

Students will rephrase verbally the lab activity instructions and will calculate the atom to atom ratio of water in the formula.

Students will take a unit test.

Students will assign configurations to electrons of elements in correct order
electron configuration powerpoint outline

Identify the ve’s in VALENCE ELECTRON PRACTICE II

bellringer  circle the valence electrons
blank periodic table

CFU

Lab groups


What level and sublevel follows after 4f^{14}?

What are the ve’s for Z = 64?

Class DOJO Random call

MINI LESSON
(I DO) EXPLAIN, MODEL, DEMONSTRATE

Teacher will work with groups individually to measure data.


quantum theory powerpoint outline
Teacher will demonstrate how to assign quantum values to sublevels to determine order of completion

Teacher will demonstrate how to apply paired electrons to orbitals and to calculate quantum values
index cards  quantum values and oribtals

Teacher will demonstrate how to construct Lewis dot structure base upon Lewis dot structures and to assign charges using the octet rule

CFU

Lab groups – why does the compound change color


Calculate the quantum values for 4s and 3p to determine which has the lowest energy requirement.

Illustrate by drawing the orbitals for Z = 35, 4p^{5}

What is the LDS for Z = 15?

GUIDED PRACTICE
(WE DO)

Class will work together in groups to calculate percent com position for their own sample.


Identify valance electrons in a given set of electrons.
VALENCE ELECTRON PRACTICE I

Complete orbitals in
Draw the orbitals

Assign elements with LDS’s to blank periodic table. Determine dot structure and charge for each group of elements.

CLOSURE
CHECK FOR 80%

Students will have 90 % accuracy on percent error.


Students have correctly identified ve’s

n + l value orbital worksheet completed correctly

ELECTRON CONFIGURATION AND CHARGE FROM PT completed correctly

CFU

Lab groups


What are the valence electrons for Z = 59?

Identify the highest level for ↑↓ ↑↓ ↑ .

Give an example of assigned charge for Z = 17 according to octet rule

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE

class will complete study guide tomorrow’s test.


VALENCE ELECTRON PRACTICE II
SR 5.1
SR 5.2

VALENCE ELECTRON PRACTICE III

index cards  charges and lewis dots
index cards  lewis dots
SPEED OF LIGHT AND RYDBERG EQUATION PROBLEMS (HONORS)

INCLASS INTERVENTION

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

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

Redirect students to task, check for correct set up of math equations. Will follow IEP and 504 accommodations when provided by SPED.

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

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







