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Chemistry

Quarter 1 Standards: 
  1. 11.RST.04: I can determine the meanings of symbols, key terms, and domain-specific words; and analyze how they are used in specific scientific and technical contexts. 

  2. HS.PS1.a (atomic structure): I can use models to explain how atoms and molecules are structured, and how they behave. The development of atomic and molecular models is a work in progress.

  3. HS.PS1.a (electron organization): I can use models to explain how atoms and molecules are structured, and how they behave. The development of atomic and molecular models is a work in progress. 

  4. HS.PS1.a (matter & properties): I can use models to explain how atoms and molecules are structured, and how they behave. The development of atomic and molecular models is a work in progress. 

  5. HS.PS1.b (periodic tables): I can predict the outermost arrangement of electrons for a given element based on where it is on the periodic table and use this information to predict other elements it may bond with. I can show how electrons are involved in bonding. I can predict the properties of elements based on their location on the periodic table. 

  6. HS.PS4.e: I can explain how light can be represented by either a wave or a particle, and which is better under specific circumstances. I can relate the movement of electrons within an atom to the transmission of light. I can relate the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation to energy. 


Quarter 2 Standards:
  1. 11.RST.03: I can analyze and explain complex ideas, results, and sequence of events that are developed over the course of a complex multistep procedure. 

  2. 11.RST.07: I can integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information from diverse formats in order to address a question or solve a problem. 

  3. 11.RST.08: I can evaluate validity of the hypothesis, data, analysis, and conclusions in a science or technical text. I can verify corroborating or challenging conclusions with other sources of information. 

  4. HS.PS1.a: I can use models to explain how atoms and molecules are structured, and how they behave. The development of atomic and molecular models is a work in progress. 

  5. HS.PS1.b (covalent bonding): I can predict the outermost arrangement of electrons for a given element based on where it is on the periodic table and use this information to predict other elements it may bond with. I can show how electrons are involved in bonding. I can predict the properties of elements based on their location on the periodic table. 

  6. HS.PS1.b (ionic bonding): I can predict the outermost arrangement of electrons for a given element based on where it is on the periodic table and use this information to predict other elements it may bond with. I can show how electrons are involved in bonding. I can predict the properties of elements based on their location on the periodic table.

  7. HS.PS1.h (molar mass): I can write a balanced chemical equation. I can describe the mole concept and its relationship to Avogadros number. I cannot destroy atoms; therefore I cannot destroy matter, in a chemical reaction. I can show proof for this statement using math and the periodic table. I can calculate the amount of products produced by a chemical reaction given the amount of reactants, or vice versa. 

  8. HS.PS1.h (the mole concept): I can write a balanced chemical equation. I can describe the mole concept and its relationship to Avogadros number. I cannot destroy atoms; therefore I cannot destroy matter, in a chemical reaction. I can show proof for this statement using math and the periodic table. I can calculate the amount of products produced by a chemical reaction given the amount of reactants, or vice versa. 

  9. HS.PS1.i: I can predict the outcome of various simple chemical reactions and balance the finished equations to demonstrate conservation of matter. I can classify chemical reactions by reaction type. 

  10. HS.PS1.h (balancing equations): I can write a balanced chemical equation. I can describe the mole concept and its relationship to Avogadros number. I cannot destroy atoms; therefore I cannot destroy matter, in a chemical reaction. I can show proof for this statement using math and the periodic table. I can calculate the amount of products produced by a chemical reaction given the amount of reactants, or vice versa. 


Quarter 3 Standards:
  1. 11.RST.03: I can analyze and explain complex ideas, results, and sequence of events that are developed over the course of a complex multistep procedure. 

  2. 11.RST.08: I can evaluate validity of the hypothesis, data, analysis, and conclusions in a science or technical text. I can verify corroborating or challenging conclusions with other sources of information. 

  3. HS.PS1.c (gas laws): I can predict and infer the strength of bonds and the interaction of atoms and molecules based on the observable properties of a substance. 

  4. HS.PS1.c (states of matter & kinetics): I can predict and infer the strength of bonds and the interaction of atoms and molecules based on the observable properties of a substance. 

  5. HS.PS1.h (stoichiometry): I can write a balanced chemical equation. I can describe the mole concept and its relationship to Avogadros number. I cannot destroy atoms; therefore I cannot destroy matter, in a chemical reaction. I can show proof for this statement using math and the periodic table. I can calculate the amount of products produced by a chemical reaction given the amount of reactants, or vice versa. 


Quarter 4 Standards:
  1. 11.RST.03: I can analyze and explain complex ideas, results, and sequence of events that are developed over the course of a complex multistep procedure. 

  2. HS.PS1.d: I can show that energy input is required to break chemical bonds I can show that energy is released when chemical bonds are formed. 

  3. Strand 5 Extensions: Solutions, Acids/Bases, Oxidation/Reduction Reactions, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Saponification

  4. Electrochemistry/Batteries: Inquiry Based Lab - possibly Saponification


Yearly Standards (taught throughout the school year):
  1. HS.1S.C1.PO1: I can evaluate scientific information for relevance to a given problem.

  2. HS.1S.C1.PO2: I can develop questions from observations that transition into testable hypotheses.


 
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