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Chemistry I and Honors Chemistry Lesson Plans 2017-2018

1.14 CHEMISTRY LP NOV 13-17, 2017

TEACHER: ALSEPT

 

SUBJECT:  CHEMISTRY I and HONORS CHEMISTRY

DATE: NOV 13-17, 2017

 

MONDAY

 

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY  - FIELD TRIP

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

STANDARD

H.C.6A.1-3

 

 

H.C.6A.1

H.C.6A.1

H.C.6A.1

H.C.6A.1

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

Students will identify oxidation-reduction reactions.

Students will determine cause of precipitation in reactions by analyzing data collected in a lab activity.

Students will use dimensional analysis to convert units .

Students will classify reactions, balance equations, and predict products of reactions according to reactivities and solubilities in a test.

Students will set up a mass to mass stoichiometry problem using formulas weights when appropriate.

ACTIVATE PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

What does charge of an ion imply about number of electrons?

What is the difference between soluble and precipitate? Dow do precipitates form?

Review equivalents in commonly used measurements.

 

Review atomic number and atomic mass.

CFU

Whiteboards:

Students will calculate number of electrons in cations and anions.

 

Whiteboards: What are the soluble elements and compounds in the quick list?

Why is 5280 feet the same thing as 1 mile?

 

What is the mass equivalent for oxygen?

MINI LESSON

(I DO)EXPLAIN, MODEL, DEMONSTRATE

Teacher will demonstrate how to write half reactions, then trace the movement of electrons in simple redox reactions.

11-16 index cards

Teacher will illustrate how to cross-reference the compounds that produced precipitates to determine the combination that produced the precipitate.

Teacher will illustrate how to set up a conversion problem.

 

Teacher will illustrate how to set up a stoichiometry problem.

CFU

Identify as oxidation or reduction:

Cl0 à Cl-       and      Mn+2  à  Mn+4

What are the solubility exceptions for chlorides?

How should units be aligned in the conversion problem?

 

What parentheses should mole units be located in?

GUIDED PRACTICE

(WE DO)

Class will identify movement of electrons to determine oxidation-reduction.

11-16  Oxidation-reduction examples

 

Lab groups will work together to analyze data.

Class will do selected problems together.

test

Class will do selected problems together.

CLOSURE

CHECK FOR 80%

Problems are completed correctly.

Cross-references are clearly and correctly marked.

Problems are set up correctly.

 

Problems are set up correctly.

CFU

Students will define oxidation and reduction.

How did the slightly soluble compounds to be marked?

SR 10.1, SR 10.2, SR 15.3

 

 

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

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE

11-13  OXIDATION-REDUCTION I

Students will work on test review.

Students remaining in class will complete assignments

SECTION REVIEW 20.1 AND 20.3.

11-17 STOICHIOMETRY PROBLEMS 1 - GRAMS

IN-CLASS 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.