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Fall Creek Academy

SCHEME OF WORK - CHEMISTRY 2014


Weeks 1 - 8
Week 1: 08/04 08/08
Content Standard: PROPERTIES AND STATES OF MATTER
Core Standard:
Describe the nature of the physical and chemical properties and
changes of matter.
Academic Standards/ Goals
SWBAT answer the following
questions:
What is Chemistry?
Why do we study Chemistry?
What is matter?
How do we classify matter?
What are the properties of
matter?

Dat
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08/0
4
08/0
5
08/0
6
08/0
7
08/0
8

Topic / Key Concepts

Remark
s

Class rules & procedures;


Chemistry contract;
Expectations, rewards and
consequences
Introduction to Chemistry
Matter and its properties;
Pure substances and mixtures
Changes matter undergoes;
Energy involved when matter
changes
Particulate theory of matter;
How can the theory explain
the changes matter
undergoes?
States of matter
What are the properties of
each state of matter?
Law of Conservation of Mass

Week 2: 08/11 08/15


Content Standard: PROPERTIES AND STATES OF MATTER
Core Standard:
Compare and contrast states of matter at the molecular level.
Atomic structure and the Periodic Table
Academic Standards/ Goals
SWBAT answer the following
questions:
What are the states of matter?
What are the properties of each
of the states of matter?
How do the states of matter
compare at the molecular level?
Define the following terms:

Dat
e
08/1
1
08/1
2
08/1
3
08/1
4

Topic / Key Concepts


States of matter; Properties of
each state of matter
Density and density
calculations
Review: Particulate theory of
matter; How can the theory
explain the properties of each
state of matter?
Elements / Atoms / Sub-atomic
particles

Remark
s

Sub-atomic particles
elements / atoms / nucleus /
proton/ neutron / electron /

08/1
5

Week 3: 08/18 08/22


Content Standard: ATOMIC STRUCTURE and THE PERIODIC TABLE
Core Standard:
Describe how the properties and arrangement of sub-atomic particles
contribute to the structures of atoms
Academic Standards/ Goals
SWBAT
describe and differentiate the
sub-atomic particles and explain
how they contribute to the
structure of an atom
determine the number of
protons, neutrons and electrons
in isotopes and in those isotopes
that comprise a specific element
relate these numbers to atomic
number and atomic mass and
how to find these information in
the Periodic Table
describe and draw the present
model of the atom

Dat
e

Topic / Key Concepts

08/1
8

Review: elements / atoms /


sub-atomic particles / atomic
number/ mass number

08/1
9
08/2
0
08/2
1
08/2
2

Remark
s

The present model of the


atom / The Periodic Table
Atomic number and mass
number calculations
Isotopes
Calculations involving mass
number and atomic number
Isotopes
Calculations involving
average atomic mass from
isotopic abundance data

Week 4: 08/25 08/29


Content Standard: ATOMIC STRUCTURE and THE PERIODIC TABLE
Core Standard:
Describe how the properties and arrangement of sub-atomic particles
contribute to the structures of atoms
Academic Standards/ Goals
SWBAT
describe and draw the present
model of the atom;
describe how the atomic structure
changed over time based on
available experimental evidence
and understand the current model
of atomic structure
write the names and symbols of
the first 20 elements

Dat
e
08/2
5
08/2
6
08/2
7

Topic / Key Concepts


Atomic model of
- Dalton / Thomson /
Rutherford / Bohr
Atomic model of
- Millikan / Goldstein /
Chadwick /
Democritus / Atomos
Chapter Test
Coverage: Introduction to
Chemistry & Atomic
Structure

Remark
s

08/2
8
08/2
9

Return test papers /


corrections; Names and
symbols of the first 20
elements
NO CLASSES
Professional Development
Day

Week 5: 09/01 09/05


Content Standard: ATOMIC STRUCTURE and THE PERIODIC TABLE
Core Standard:
Describe how the properties and arrangement of sub-atomic particles
contribute to the structures of atoms;
Describe how the structure of the Periodic Table reflects the numbers
of electrons and protons and the configuration of electrons in an atom
Academic Standards/ Goals
SWBAT
describe how the sub-atomic
particles contribute to the
structure of an atom
write the electron configuration of
an element and relate this to its
position in the Periodic Table
use the Periodic Table and
electron configuration to
determine an elements number
of valence electrons and its
chemical and physical properties

Dat
e
09/0
1
09/0
2
09/0
3
and
09/0
4
09/0
5

Topic / Key Concepts

Remark
s

NO CLASSES
Labor Day

Atomic structure
Sub-atomic particles
Electron configuration
Electron configuration
Orbital diagram
Electron dot symbol

The Periodic Table


Valence electrons
Project #1
assignments

Week 6: 09/08 09/12


Content Standard: ATOMIC STRUCTURE and THE PERIODIC TABLE /
BONDING and MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
Core Standard:
Describe how the structure of the Periodic Table reflects the numbers
of electrons and protons and the configuration of electrons in an atom
Describe how the configuration of electrons within an atom determines
its interactions with other atoms
Academic Standards/ Goals
SWBAT

Dat
e
09/0
8

Topic / Key Concepts

The Periodic Table


Octet Rule

Remark
s

write the electron configuration of


an element and relate this to its
position in the Periodic Table
use the Periodic Table and
electron configuration to
determine an elements number
of valence electrons and its
chemical and physical properties

09/0
9
09/1
0
09/1
1
09/1
2

Octet Rule
Formation of cations
Formation of anions
Formation of ionic cmpds
Naming & writing the
formula of ionic cmpds
Revision for Chapter Test

Chapter Test

Week 7: 09/15 09/19


Content Standard: BONDING and MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
Core Standard:

Describe how the configuration of electrons within an atom determines its


interactions with other atoms

Describe the attractive forces among molecules and their effect on chemical
and physical properties

Academic Standards/ Goals


SWBAT
describe the formation of ionic
compounds
write chemical formulas for ionic
compounds given their names and
vice versa
describe the formation of covalent
compounds
draw the structural formulas for
and name simple molecules

Dat
e
09/1
5
09/1
6
09/1
7

09/1
8

09/1
9

Topic / Key Concepts

Remark
s

Return test 2 papers,


discuss answers and do
corrections
Formation of ionic cmpds
Naming & writing the
formula of ionic cmpds
Naming & writing the
formula of ionic cmpds
Formation of covalent
compounds
Formation of covalent
compounds
Drawing structural
formulas for and naming
simple molecules
NO CLASSES
Professional Development
Day

Week 8: 09/22 09/26


Content Standard: BONDING and MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
Core Standard:
Describe the attractive forces among molecules and their effect on
chemical and physical properties
Academic Standards/ Goals
SWBAT
compare and contrast ionic,

Dat
e
09/2
2

Topic / Key Concepts

The structure and


properties of ionic
compounds

Remark
s

covalent network, metallic and


polar and non-polar molecular
crystals with respect to
constituent particles, strength of
bonds, melting and boling points
and conductivity;
provide examples of each type of
structures of substances and their
properties

09/2
3

09/2
4
09/2
5

09/2
6

Properties of covalent
substances and their
structure and bonding
Simple molecular
substances vs giant
covalent substances
their structure &
properties
Polar and non-polar
molecules
Metallic bonding and
physical properties of
metals
Chapter summary &
revision