GA STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE

SPS3. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to support the Law of Conservation of Matter.

a. Plan and carry out investigations to generate evidence supporting the claim that mass is conserved during a chemical reaction. (Clarification statement: Limited to synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, and double replacement reactions.)

b. Develop and use a model of a chemical equation to illustrate how the total number of atoms is conserved during a chemical reaction. (Clarification statement: Limited to chemical equations that include binary ionic and covalent compounds and will not include equations containing polyatomic ions.)


GRADE RECOVERY FOR UNIT 4 BONDING & NOMENCLATURE:

ASSESSMENTS:
TEST: NOVEMBER 15
STUDY GUIDE:
PBL: CER TEMPLATE FOR EXHIBIT A:
explanation of CER:


TUTORING TOOLS
Types of Chemical Reactions




balancing chemical equations



http://www.sciencegeek.net/APchemistry/APtaters/EquationBalancing.htm

SSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENTS



Mon 10/30

1. intro PBL (This one does not cover the entire unit. The focus is on Conservation of mass, and will take only a day or 2 to complete)

2. read & notes pages 50-55, 94-97, 388-391

3. SR page 55, 97, & 391



Tues 10/31

1. warm up

2. identifying physical & chemical changes lab

CER:


Wed 11/1

1. Quiz: Phys vs chem changes (evidence)

2. types of reactions:








Thurs 11/2- Fri 11/3

equation writing

conservation of mass activity:
Read pages 402-405 & take
SR page 407







Fri 11/3- Mon 11/6

balancing chemical equations answer key
HW: practice balancing equations answer key:


Tues 11/7: professional learning day....no students





Wed 11/8- Thurs 11/9
QUIZ: BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS


Conservation of Mass Lab
:PBL CER





Fri 11/19- Mon 11/13

Labs: different types of reactions

replacement

decomposition: hydrolysis of water





Tues 11/14

Review





Wed 11/15

Test