May 13-17

Standard 4: Develop an understanding of the atom.

4b. Explain the difference between physical and chemical changes and demonstrate how these changes can be used to separate mixtures and compounds into their components.

Standard 5: Investigate and apply principles of physical and chemical changes in matter.

5c. Classify types of chemical reactions (acid/base reactions).

 

 

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OBJECTIVE

(S)

1. Explain what is responsible for the strength of an acid or a base.

2. Compare and contrast strength and concentration.

3. Explain the relationship between pH and acid/base strength.

4. Explain electrical conductivity.

1. Identify neutralization reactions.

2. Explain what a salt is and how a salt forms.

3. Compare and contrast soaps and detergents.

4. Explain how esters are made and what they are used for.

Review acids, bases, salts, and pH

Review acids, bases, salts, and pH

Review all concepts from this semester

BELL

ACTIVITY

SATP2 Format

  1. Explain the difference between acids and bases.
  2. What are indicators?
  1. Explain what pH is.
  2. What are buffers?

 

What is neutralization?

Explain the process of titration.

Answer 19. And 20. On page 720.

Read page 750 and write a summary paragraph

MODELING

(The Teacher Will)

Give notes on chapter 23 section 2 strength of Acids and Bases.

Use real world examples and simple language.

Give notes on chapter 23 section 3 Salts.

Use real world examples and simple language.

Review chap 23 Acids, bases, salts, and pH

Administer the Test on chapter 23

 

Review for semester exam

Student

Practice

Answer Sec Review 1-5 on page 705.

Answer the Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions for chap 23 sec 2

Answer Sec Review 1-5 on page 715.

Answer the Directed Reading and Reinforcement questions for chap 23 sec 3

Answer Chapter Review questions 1-18 on page 720

Answer Chap 23 Study Guides

Chap 23 Vocab Quiz

Answer the Test on chapter 23 Acids, bases, salts, and pH

Begin semester exam study guides

Answer the study guide for semester exam

Reteaching and Enrichment

Reteach solutions if needed

 

Research areas of the world where salt mining occurs. Explain what these areas have in common.

Reteach solutions if needed

 

Research what Epsom salt is, what it is used for, how it was named, and what is the chemical formula for it.

Peer tutor students in Tier III

Reteach solutions if needed

 

Explain what causes polarity and nonpolarity in molecules.

Peer tutor students in Tier II

Retest solutions

 

Research the patterns of acid rain across the country and the presumed sources.  Note the areas on a map and discuss how local areas are affected.

Peer tutor students in Tier II

Retest acids, bases, and salts

Closure

Review chap 23 sec2

Review chap 23 sec3

Review study guides

Review for semester exam

Review for semester exam

 

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