UNIT 6: IONIC & METALLIC BONDING

HOW DO IONS STICK TOGETHER?

STANDARD 6.1 IONIC BONDS

I can explain how ionic bonds form and describe their properties.

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

STANDARD 6.2 NOMENCLATURE OF IONIC COMPOUNDS 

I can name ionic compounds, including those that contain a transition metal or a polyatomic ion. 

Benchmark: POGIL & Workbook Problems

STANDARD 6.3 METALLIC BONDING

I can explain how metallic bonds form and their properties. 

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

UNIT 7 COVALENT BONDING AND STRUCTURE

HOW DO NON-CHARGED ATOMS AND MOLECULES STICK TOGETHER?

STANDARD 7.1 COVALENT BONDS

I can explain how covalent bonds form and describe their properties. 

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

STANDARD 7.2 NAMING COVALENT COMPOUNDS

I can name binary covalent compounds.

Benchmark: POGIL

STANDARD 7.3 LEWIS ELECTRON DOT STRUCTURES

I can write Lewis Dot Structures.

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

STANDARD 7.4 MOLECULAR GEOMETRY

I can name the shape of simple molecules. 

Benchmark: POGIL

STANDARD 7.5 BOND POLARITY

I can classify and describe a bond using electronegativity values. 

Benchmark: Problems

STANDARD 7.6 MOLECULAR POLARITY

I can determine if a molecule is polar.

Benchmark: POGIL & Workbook Problems

STANDARD 7.7 INTERMOLECULAR FORCES

I can describe and compare the types of intermolecular forces. 

Benchmark: Mini Lab

UNIT 8: THE MOLE

HOW DO WE COUNT AND MEASURE ATOMS AND COMPOUNDS?

STANDARD 8.1 MOLE CONVERSIONS

I can convert between atoms, mass, and moles.  

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

STANDARD 8.2 MOLAR MASS CONVERSIONS

I can convert between molecules (units,) mass, and moles.

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

STANDARD 8.3 PERCENT COMPOSITION

I can calculate the percent composition of each element in a sample.

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

STANDARD 8.4 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: CALCULATING FORMULAS

I can determine THE empirical and molecular formulas of compounds.

Benchmark: Workbook Problems

unit 9: cHEMICAL EQUATIONS

HOW DO WE DESCRIBE A CHEMICAL REACTION?

STANDARD 9.1 BASIC REACTIONS

STANDARD 9.2 BALANCING EQUATIONS

UNIT 10: stoichiometry

HOW DO WE MEASURE chemical reactions?

standard 10.1 General stoichiometry

i can solve for the amount of a product or reactant in a given unbalanced reaction. 

standard 10.2 Percent Yield Stoichiometry

I can determine the % yield of the products given an unbalanced reaction.

standard 10.3 limiting reactant stoichiometry

i can determine what reactant is limiting given an unbalanced reaction.

standard 10.4 Gas Stoichiometry

I can use stoichiometry to determine the volume of a gas associated with a reaction.


    unit 11: Gases

    Standard 11.1 Kinetic Molecular Theory

    I can describe gas behavior using the Kinetic Molecular Theory

    standard 11.2 PRESSURE CALCULATIONS

    I can convert between units of pressure and determine the pressure over a specified area.

    standard 11.3 gas relationships

    I can identify the relationships between pressure, volume, temperature, and number of moles.

    standard 11.4 the ideal gas law

    I can define the ideal gas law both conceptually and mathematically and use it to    determine expected temperatures, moles of a gas, pressure, and volumes.

    standard 11.5 partial pressure

    I can use Dalton’s Law of partial pressures to determine the total pressure and partial    pressure of a system.


    unit 12: changing phases

    standard 12.1 Describing & Visualizing Heat

    I can describe heat and can identify the melting point, boiling point, and phase of a substance at a specified temperature using a heating or cooling curve.

    standard 12.2 LAtent Heat

    I can describe and use both the heat of fusion and the heat of vaporization to determine information about phase changes for a substance. 

    standard 12.3 Vapor Pressure

    I can determine if a substance would have a relatively high or low vapor pressure and can relate that to its boiling point and intermolecular forces.

    Standard 12.4 phase diagrams

    I can determine what state a compound is in at a specific temperature and pressure when given a phase diagram and determine what phase change is occurring when the pressure or temperature is changed.


    unit 13: solutions

    standard 13.1 describing solutions

    I can determine the mass percent of a solution and can use the mass percent of a solution to find . 

    Standard 13.2 Solubility

    I can describe what happens when an ionic compound and a non-ionic compounds dissolve in water and predict if a solute will dissolve in a solvent. 

    Standard 14.3 Solubility Rules

    When given the reactants for a chemical reaction, I can identify the products and their phases.  

    standard 13.4 Molarity and molality 

    I can determine the molarity and molality of solutions.  

    Standard 13.5 Solution stoichiometry 

    I can determine the amount of products or reactants of a reaction that occurs in a solution. 

    standard 13.6 colligative properties

    I can define colligative properties and calculate freezing-point depression and boiling-point elevation.


    Unit 14 Reaction rates and equilibrium

    standard 14.1 collision theory

    I can describe the chemical reaction process using the collision theory. 

    standard 14.2 reaction rates

    I can identify how temperature, a catalyst, and change in concentration can affect the reaction rate. 

    standard 14.3 equilibrium

    I can describe what is occurring when a reaction is at equilibrium. 

    standard 14.4 keq 

    I can calculate the Keq of a reaction at equilibrium and use the Keq to determine specific concentrations of reactants and products. 

    Standard 14.5 le CHATELIER'S principle

    I can use Le Chatelier's principle to determine which way a reaction will proceed when a stressor is introduced to the system.

    standard 14.6 ksp

     I can define Ksp and calculate it for a given reaction. 


    UNIT 15 Acids and bases

    15.1 Types and properties of acids and bases

    I can identify acids and bases by type and know the properties of each.

    15.2 naming acids

    I can name an acid given its molecular formula, and write the molecular formula if given the name of an acid. \

    15.3 Autoionization of Water and Kw

    I can describe how water autoionizes and calculate the concentration of H+ or OH-- ions in a solution.

    15.4 pH & pOH

    I can identify if a solution is acidic or basic based on the pH or pOH and can calculate the pH and pOH of a solution.

    15.5 Titration Problems

    I can calculate the concentration of an unknown acid or base when given the titration information.

    15.6 Conjugate Acids and Bases

    I can identify conjugate acid-base pairs.


    Unit 16 Reduction & Oxidation

    17 Slides with Bonus Acid/Base Slides

    16.1 Activity Series of Metals

    I can determine which metal is more active, and how that would affect a chemical reaction.

    16.2 Oxidation states

    I can determine the oxidation state of each element in a reaction. 

    16.3 Redox reaction identification

    I can determine what is being oxidized and what is being reduced in a chemical  equation. 

    16.4 Balancing Redox Reactions

    I can balance redox reactions in acidic and basic solutions. 

    16.5 Voltaic Cells

    I can identify the parts of a voltaic cell as well as the direction of electron flow.