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Chemistry 12 2017-18

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Course Outline (Hamilton)
Ministry of Education June 2017 *Draft* Chemistry 12 curriculum

 
 
We are currently working on Final Exam Review.

The Final Exam was on:
Block E – Friday, June 15
Block A – Wednesday, June 20

The Unit 5 – Electrochemistry Unit Test will be on Monday, June 11 and Tuesday, June 12.

June 20
Thanks everyone for a terrific year! Good luck with everything in the future; come back to visit sometime!

June 13/14
Prepare yourself for the final exam.
The Final Exam will be:
Block E – Friday, June 15
Block A – Wednesday, June 20

June 11/12
Students wrote the Unit 5 – Electrochemistry Unit Test.
Prepare yourself for the final exam.
The Final Exam will be:
Block E – Friday, June 15
Block A – Wednesday, June 20

June 7/8
Students should be working on Unit 5 review and review for the final exam.
The Unit 5 – Electrochemistry Unit Test will be on Monday, June 11 and Tuesday, June 12.
The Final Exam will be:
Block E – Friday, June 15
Block A – Wednesday, June 20

June 5/6
Preferred Reactions, Electroplating, and Electrolysis
Hebden #47, 48*, 65, 66, 67, 73, 74.
The Unit 5 – Electrochemistry Unit Test will be on Monday, June 11 and Tuesday, June 12.
The Final Exam will be:
Block E – Friday, June 15
Block A – Wednesday, June 20

June 1/4
Voltage of Electrochemical cells
Page 224
#46a-c, 37a, 38, 40
The Unit 5 – Electrochemistry Unit Test will be on Monday, June 11 and Tuesday, June 12.
The Final Exam will be:
Block E – Friday, June 15
Block A – Wednesday, June 20

May 30/31
Electrochemical cells
#34 and 35 in Hebden

May 28/29
Students completed the titration lab. The lab write-up was due at the end of class.

May 24/25
Prepare for the titration lab. Read the procedure and know the three permanganate reductions that occur in acidic, basic and neutral conditions.

May 22/23
Electrochemical titrations
Complete the Manganese worksheet
Hebden Unit 5 #26,27,28
There will be a quiz next class for block E.
Next week there will be a titration lab.

May 16/17
Balancing Redox Equations (Oxidation Numbers)
Unit 5 #25 a-f

May 14/15
Balancing Redox Equations (using Half Reactions)
Unit 5 #24 a-e

May 10/11
Balancing Half Reactions
Unit 5 #16,17,19,20,21,22,23
There will be a quiz next class:
– determine whether half reactions are oxidations or reductions
– determine oxidation number of atoms

May 8/9
The Redox Table and Predicting Whether Reactions will be Spontaneous or Not
Unit 5 #7-13

May 4/7
Oxidation Numbers
Unit 5 #3-6

May 2/3
The Unit 4B – Acid/Base/Salt Unit Test was today.
Complete the questions from last class: #1, 2 in Unit 5, as well as the 7 questions on the screen.

Apr 30/May 1
Prepare for the Acid/Base test next class.
Answer questions #1, 2 in Unit 5, as well as the 7 questions on the screen.
The Unit 4B – Acid/Base/Salt Unit Test will be on Wednesday, May 2, and Thursday, May 3.

Apr 26/27
Complete the second Buffer notes worksheet.
Use the ICE box worksheet to help prepare for the Chapter test in a couple classes.
The Unit 4B – Acid/Base/Salt Unit Test will be on Wednesday, May 2, and Thursday, May 3.

Apr 24/25
Complete the Buffer worksheet.
The Unit 4B – Acid/Base/Salt Unit Test will be on Wednesday, May 2, and Thursday, May 3.

Apr 18/19
Indicators and titrations day 3
Hebden #108-113, and 120

Apr 16/17
Lab today; no homework.

Apr 12/13
Indicators and titrations day 2
Hebden #114-119,121,122,125,126
We will do the lab next class.

Apr 10/11
Indicators and titrations day 1
Read the lab intro,objectives, and procedure
Hebden #94-97
We will do the lab in 2 classes – Monday and Tuesday next week.

Apr 6/9
Hydrolosis of Salts day 2
Hebden page 152-153
#76,78, 80,82,87

Apr 4/5
Salts and Hydrolosis
Do Hebden # 69,70,72,73,84, and 85.
There will be a quiz next class on the pH and pOH.

Mar 16/Apr 3
Anti-log
[H3O+] and [OH-] with pH and pOH
Do Heb # 49-51, 56,59,60,64, and 65.

Mar 14/15
Students wrote the Unit 4 – Acid/Base/Salt mid-chapter Test.
From the last week or so, you should have completed:
– pH and pOH: #47, 49, 50 (pages 135 – 139)
– Comparing strengths of acids in solution #38-43,46

Mar 12/13
The Unit 4 – Acid/Base/Salt mid-chapter Test will be next class: Wednesday, March 14, and Thursday, March 15.
You may work on:
– the Review worksheet
– pH and pOH: #47, 49, 50 (pages 135 – 139)
– Comparing strengths of acids in solution #38-43,46

Mar 8/9
Complete at least 10 questions in the mid-chapter review worksheet.
The Unit 4 – Acid/Base/Salt mid-chapter Test will be Wednesday, March 14, and Thursday, March 15.

Mar 6/7
Block A should complete #38-43, 46 in Hebden Unit 4.
There will be a quiz next class.
The Unit 4 – Acid/Base/Salt mid-chapter Test will be Wednesday, March 14, and Thursday, March 15.

Mar 2/5
Complete
– #74, 85 in the workbook
– the weak acid/base examples in the worksheet.

Feb 26/27
Complete
– the Self-Ionization of Water Worksheet
– Hebden #30-34 from Unit 4.

Feb 21/22
Complete the acid/base indicator lab simulation worksheet from three classes ago.

Feb 19/20
Midterm test today.
Complete the acid/base indicator lab simulation worksheet from three classes ago.

Feb 15/16
Be prepared for the midterm exam next class.
The Mid-Year Test will be on Monday, February 19, and Tuesday, February 20.

Feb 13/14
Acid/base quiz
Students were given review packages to prepare for the Mid-Year Test in two classes.
The Mid-Year Test will be on Monday, February 19, and Tuesday, February 20.

Feb 8/9
Indicator lab simulation
Block A – complete up to ordering the unknown solutions from strongest acid to weakest acid
Block E – complete the entire page
There will be an acid/base quiz next class
The Mid-Year Test will be on Monday, February 19, and Tuesday, February 20.

Feb 6/7
Complete the lab questions on the back of the observations page
The Mid-Year Test will be on Monday, February 19, and Tuesday, February 20.

Feb 2/5
Using the table of B-L acids and bases
#21-26 on page 125.

Jan 31/Feb 1
Conjugate acids and bases
#13-19 on pages 119 – 121.

Jan 29/30
Unit IV – Acids, Bases, and Salts day 2
#10-12 starting on page 115.

Jan 25/26
Unit IV – Acids, Bases, and Salts
#1-9 starting on page 110.

Jan 23/24
Students wrote the Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria test. No homework

Jan 19/22
Students wrote Solubility quiz 2 today.
Review for the unit test next class.
Review booklet #11,12,25a,27,34-37.
The Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria test will be on Tuesday, January 23, and Wednesday, January 24.

Jan 17/18
Selectively removing ions using precipitation
Page 90 #26-30
Also complete the hard water worksheet
Quiz 2 will be next class.
The Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria test will be on Tuesday, January 23, and Wednesday, January 24.

Jan 15/16
Quiz 1 and Changing Solubility day 2
worksheet
Quiz 2 will be on Friday, Jan 19 and Monday, Jan 22.
The Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria test will be on Tuesday, January 23, and Wednesday, January 24.

Jan 11/12
Changing Solubility
Hebden #17, 81-86
There will be a quiz on Monday, Jan 15 and Tuesday, Jan 16.

Jan 10
Using trial Ksp values to predict whether a ppt will form
Hebden page 98
#56-59, 64
There will be a quiz on Monday, Jan 15 and Tuesday, Jan 16.

Jan 8/9
Review of first half of Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria
Review package
#1-10, 13-15, 17, 18, 21-24, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32
There will be a quiz on Monday, Jan 15 and Tuesday, Jan 16.

Dec 21
Using trial Ksp values to predict whether a ppt will form
Hebden page 98
#56-59, 64

Dec 19/20
Ksp day 2
Worksheet

Dec 15/18
Solubility Product constant Ksp
Hebden #22 and 40-49

Dec 13/14
Students completed a solubility lab today; no homework.

Dec 11/12
Complete the solubility table showing the net ionic equation for every precipitate that is formed.

Dec 7/8
Solubility, dilutions, and mixing
Hebden: page 72 – 75 ##1-5,8-17

Dec 5/6
Complete Solutions Worksheet 1.

Dec 1/4
Unit 2 test today; no homework.

Nov 29/30
Students were given a review booklet of multiple choice questions
Conversely, a lot of students need practice with ICE box problems. If so, Hebden #51 – 66 from page 70 – 73.
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium test will be on Friday, December 1, and Monday, December 4.

Nov 27/28
Students were given a review booklet
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium test will be on Friday, December 1, and Monday, December 4.

Nov 22/23
Equilibrium and Keq worksheets #2 and 4
There will be a ICE box question quiz next class (monday and Tuesday).
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium test will be on Friday, December 1, and Monday, December 4.

Nov 20/21
Equilibrium and Keq worksheet #3.
Complete at least 6 of the questions.
There will be a ICE box question quiz in two classes (monday and Tuesday).
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium test will be on Friday, December 1, and Monday, December 4.

Nov 16/17
Hebden page 63 – 70 #46-49,50*
There will be a keq quiz next class.
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium test will be on Friday, December 1, and Monday, December 4.

Nov 9/10
Complete the worksheet on Equilibrium Constant (keq), showing whether the ratio of products:reactants will be 20, <20, or >20.

Nov 7/8
Equilibrium Constant (keq)
Complete the two questions on the handout
Complete Hebden page 60 #31,32,34,35

Nov 3/6
Students completed lab 19A. The lab report for that equilibrium lab must be submitted on Tuesday, Nov 14 and Wednesday, Nov 15.
There will be an equilibrium quiz next class.

Nov 1/2
Complete the questions on the Haber Process and making cement. (they may have been #29 and 30?)
Complete the pre-lab worksheet for lab 19A.
There will be an equilibrium quiz in two classes.

Oct 30/31
Le Chatelier’s Principle day 2
Hebden Page 54 #21-28
There will be a pre-lab quiz next class.
There will be a lab in two classes. (Nov 3 and 7)
There will be an equilibrium quiz in three classes.

Oct 26/27
Results when an equilibrium is disturbed (Le Chatelier’s Principle)
Hebden Page 54 #17-20

Oct 24/25
Entropy and Enthalpy to Predict Whether a Reaction will be Spontaneous or Not
Hebden #14-16, I think?

Oct 18/19
Start of Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium
Complete #2-4, 10, 11 on the worksheet.

Oct 16/17
Unit 1 test today; no homework.

Oct 12/13
Students wrote quizzes.
To prepare for the practice test, complete at least 12 of the questions in the review. Students were given an answer key for the review in class.
The Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics test will be on Monday, October 16, and Tuesday, October 17.

Oct 10/11
Take notes on the catalyst examples on pages 34-36.
Complete questions #56 – 63 in Hebden.
Students were given review booklets to complete in two classes.
The Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics test will be on Monday, October 16, and Tuesday, October 17.

Oct 5/6
Complete the questions on reaction mechanisms.
#46-53 in Hebden.

Oct 3/4
Complete the enthalpy for forward and reverse equations worksheet
Read Hebden pages 24-25
Complete Hebden questions #41-43
There will be a quiz next class.

Sept 29/Oct 2
Complete the reaction rates worksheet
Read Hebden pages 5-10
Complete Hebden questions #10-17
There will be a quiz next class.

Sept 27/28
Write a lab report for lab 18A.
You may skip any questions and data that refers to the temperature part of the lab.

Sept 25/26
Hebden questions #29,30,34,36,38-45.
Read lab 18A.

Sept 20/21
Read pages 13-16 and pages 20-21.
Complete questions 23-28, 33,35,37.

Sept 18/19
Complete Worksheet 1 on Reaction Kinetics if it was not completed in class.

Sept 14/15
Complete questions #1-6 in Hebden Chemistry 12 Unit 1 – Pages 1-3.

Sept 12/13
Mole and concentrations worksheet:
Block A: #1(1st,3rd,and 5th row),2,45,6,7*
Block E: 1(1st and 3rd row), 4,6,7*
There will be a Chem 11 review quiz next class.

Sept 8/11
Read or scan the handout.
Reactions:
– types
– balanced chemical equations
Complete questions #4,7-13,57-60,67a-g

Sept 6/7
Naming and formula worksheet
Complete Covalent Compounds #1-14 and Ionic Chemical Formula worksheet odd rows
– There will be a Chem 11 review quiz on Thursday, Sep 14 and Friday, Sep 15.

 
 
 

Topics to be covered this year:

Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 2A –
  • 2B –
  • 2C –
  • 2D –
  • 2E –

Unit 2 – Equilibrium

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 2A –
  • 2B – solve problems that involve operations (+,-,×,÷) on rational numbers
  • 2C – explain and apply the order of operations
  • 2D – determine the square root of a rational number that is a perfect squares
  • 2E – determine the approximate square root of a rational number that is not a perfect square

Unit 3 – Solution Equilibrium

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 3A –
  • 3B –
  • 3C –
  • 3D –
  • 3E –

Unit 4 – Acids, Bases, and Salts

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 4A –
  • 4B –
  • 4C –
  • 4D –

 

Unit 5 – Electrochemistry

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 5A –
  • 5B –
  • 5C –
  • 5D –
  • 5E –

 

 

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