CHEMISTRY


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Chemistry is not taught in 2017-18
Lesson Plans:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/g9szj7o40ipcdr0/environmental%20science%20lessons%20plans.doc?dl=0

NEW South Dakota Science Standards: https://doe.sd.gov/contentstandards/documents/sdSciStnd.pdf

Syllabus 2016-17
1st Semester

Chap. 1 The Science of Chemistry (6 days)
  1. What is Chemistry?
  2. What is Matter?
  3. How is Matter Classified?
  4. Lab Experiment
  5. Chap. Review and Assessment
Chap. 2 Matter and Energy (6 days)
  1. Energy
  2. Studying Matter and Energy
  3. Measurements and Calculations in Chemistry
  4. Lab Experiment
  5. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 3 Atoms and Moles (9 days)
  1. Substances and made of atoms
  2. Structure of Atoms
  3. Electron Configuration
  4. Counting Atoms
  5. Lab Experiment
  6. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 4 The Periodic Table (10 days)
  1. How are Elements Organized?
  2. Tour of the Periodic Table
  3. Trends of the Periodic Table
  4. Where Did the Elements Come From?
  5. Lab Experiment
  6. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 5 Ions and Ionic Compounds (8 days)
  1. Simple Ions
  2. Ionic Bonding and Salts
  3. Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds
  4. Lab Experiments
  5. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 6 Covalent Compounds (8 days)
  1. Covalent Bonds
  2. Drawing and Naming Molecules
  3. Molecular Shapes
  4. Lab Experiment
  5. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 7 The Mole and Chemical Composition ( 9 days)
  1. Avogadro's Number and Molar Conversions
  2. Relative Atomic Mass and Chemical Compostion
  3. Formulas and percentage Composition
  4. Lab Experiment
  5. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 8 Chemical Equations and Reactions ( 9 days)
  1. Describing Chemical Reactions
  2. Balancing Chemical Equations
  3. Classifying Chemical Reactions
  4. Writing Net Ionic Equations
  5. Lab Experiment
  6. Chapter Review and Assessment
2nd Semester
Chap. 9 Stoichiometry (9 days)
  1. Calculating Quantities in Reactions
  2. Limiting Reactants and Percentage Yield
  3. Stoichiometry and Cars
  4. Lab Experiemnts
  5. Chapter Review and Assessments
Chap. 10 Causes of Change (9 days)
  1. Energy Transfer
  2. Using Enthalpy
  3. Changes in Enthalpy During Chemical Reactions
  4. Order and Spontaneity
  5. Lab Experiment
  6. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 11 States of Matter and Intermolecular Forces (9 days)
  1. States and State Changes
  2. Intermolecular Forces
  3. Energy and State Changes
  4. Phase Equilibrium
  5. Lab Experiment
  6. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 12 Gases (8 days)
  1. Characteristics of Gases
  2. The Gas Laws
  3. Molecular Composition of Gases
  4. Lab Experiments
  5. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 13 Solutions ( 11 days)
  1. What is a Solution?
  2. Concentration and Molarity
  3. Solubility and the Dissolving Process
  4. Physical Properties of Solutions
  5. Lab Experiments
  6. Chap. Review and Assessment
Chap. 14 Chemical Equilibrium (5 days)
  1. Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium
  2. Systems at Equilbrium
  3. Equilibrium Systems and Stress
  4. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 15 Acids and Bases ( 11 days)
  1. What are Acids and Bases?
  2. Acidity, Basicity, and pH
  3. Neutralization and Titrations
  4. Equilibria of Weak Acids and Bases
  5. Lab Experiment
  6. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 16 Reaction Rates (5 days)
  1. What Affects the Rate of a Reaction?
  2. How Can Reaction Rates be Explained?
  3. Lab Experiment
  4. Chapter Review and Assessment
Chap. 17 Oxidation, Reduction, and Electrochemistry ( 10 days)
  1. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
  2. Introduction to Electrochemistry
  3. Galvanic Cells
  4. Electrolytic Cells
  5. Lab Experiment
  6. Chapter Review and Assessment