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Chem I


POWER STANDARDS

First Semester

Power Standard 1: The student will be able to measure and calculate (using significant figures) the mass, volume, and densities of regular and irregular shaped objects. The students will then apply these concepts to determine the identity of an unknown substance. (1.1.A.a-b) DOK 4

Power Standard 2: The student will be able to use the kinetic theory model to explain and predict the changes in atoms/molecules during phase changes and investigate the effects on their properties (temperature, pressure, etc.). (1.1.D.a-c) DOK 3

Power Standard 3: The student will research and analyze the contributions made by various scientists to the atomic theory and connect those contributions to the modern atomic model in terms of the subatomic particles. Students will use the atomic number and atomic mass to find the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in a neutral atom. (1.1.E.a-c; 1.1.H.a; 8.2.B.a) DOK 4

Power Standard 4: The students will be able to demonstrate how electrons are arranged in an atom and how that arrangement determines the atom’s reactivity. The student will be able to describe the relationship of wavelength, energy, and frequency, of an electron, as illustrated by the electromagnetic spectrum. (1.2.A.b) DOK 3

Power Standard 5: The student will be able to identify and classify elements on the periodic table according to their group or period. The students will be able to use the periodic table to predict elements that have common and repeating properties.  (1.1.A.b, 1.1.F.a-b) DOK 2

Second Semester

Power Standard 6: The student will be able to use the periodic table to predict reactivity and types of bonds that result between elements based upon their valence electron configuration. Students will use concepts to construct compounds and formulate compound names. (1.1.A.c, 1.1.F.c; 1.1.H.a, 1.1.H.c-d) DOK 3

Power Standard 7: The student will be able to differentiate between chemical and physical changes, predict products in a chemical reaction based upon the type of reaction, and balance equations to satisfy the law of conservation of mass.  (1.1.G.a, 1.1.I.a-b) DOK 3

Power Standard 8: The student will be able to classify solutions as dilute or concentrated and as unsaturated, saturated or super saturated. The students will predict the effects of various factors on the rates of solubility and compare and contrast acidic, basic and neutral solutions.  (1.1.B.a-c) DOK 3

Power Standard 9: The student will be able to differentiate between thermal energy, heat, and temperature to provide evidence for endothermic and exothermic reactions.  (1.2.A.a; 1.2.D.a) DOK 3

TUTORING TIMES

Monday - Thursday Intervention2:10 to 3:00 pm

Fridays 5-8 Intervention - 9:53 to 10:46 am


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