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Course Information

Chemistry Essential Learning Outcomes:
1.  Integrate evidence from a phenomenon and learning from the course to construct a viable argument using scientific
2.  Recognize the difference between equilibrium and stoichiometry concepts or problems and solve.
3.  Create a ratio based on measured data or select an appropriate ratio to solve dimensional analysis problems.
4.  Account for movement of energy in both chemical and physical changes.
5.  Construct explanations of chemical phenomena by drawing or interpreting particulate level diagrams.New Students and Parents, please take the time to review and electronically verify receipt of the course syllabus and technology use policy.

Course Units / Areas of Study

Curricular Units:

Section 1- Numbers in Chemistry, Converting units, Significant figures, reading chemical reactions, Ratios, conservation of mass, Measurement using uncertainty 

Section 2- States of matter, Changes in matter, Phase Diagrams and KMT, Specific heat, Energy, Density, Graphing

Section 3- Gas laws

Section 4- Structure of an atom, Bohr structures, Lewis structures, Periodic Trends, Ions, ionic bonding, Nomenclature, Formal charges

Section 5- Covalent bonding, Molecular Geometry, Electronegativity, intermolecular forces, forces and states of matter, nomenclature

Section 6- Reactions, Balancing equations, Energy and rxns.

Section 7- Moles, Mole-mole stoichiometry, limiting reagents.

Section 8- Ideal gas law, molar volume and mass, graphing, gas stoichiometry

Section 9-Molarity, Beers law,  Solubility, Equilibrium

Section 10- Acids and bases, pH and pOH, Titrations

Section 11- Thermodynamics, Oxidation /Reduction, Galvanic cells, nuclear equations


Assignments / Agenda

General daily and weekly agendas will be posted in Google classroom.   Inside Google Classroom, you will find the assignment prompts, due dates, rubrics, etc. Students enrolled in the course can access the Google Classroom account here.

Unit 1 Resources:

How to read a chemical equation website

How to read the periodic table video

Sig Fig and measurement and practice sheet answers videos

How to write uncertainty for data measurements video