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Chemistry 11

Chemistry 11U
Price : 850CAD
  • Student : 3 People
  • Duration: 110 hour(s)
  • Length: 8 Section
  • Capacity : People
  • Course Start date : 2020/06/30
  • Course End date : 2021/06/30
  • Code : CCG11SCH3U-56
  • Certificate : Included
Bahar Boini
Bahar Boini
Sue Afshar
Sue Afshar

توضیحات و سرفصل دوره

This course enables students to deepen their understanding of chemistry through the study of the properties of chemicals and chemical bonds; chemical reactions and quantitative relationships in those reactions; solutions and solubility; and atmospheric chemistry and the behaviour of gases. Students will further develop their analytical skills and investigate the qualitative and quantitative properties of matter, as well as the impact of some common chemical reactions on society and the environment.

Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic

1.0 Credit

110 Hours

 

Big Ideas

Matter, Chemical Trends, and Chemical Bonding Every element has predictable chemical and physical properties determined by its structure. The type of chemical bond in a compound determines the physical and chemical properties of that compound. It is important to use chemicals properly to minimize the risks to human health and the environment.

Chemical Reactions Chemicals react in predictable ways. Chemical reactions and their applications have significant implications for society and the environment.

Quantities in Chemical Reactions Relationships in chemical reactions can be described quantitatively. The efficiency of chemical reactions can be determined and optimized by applying an understanding of quantitative relationships in such reactions.

Solutions and Solubility Properties of solutions can be described qualitatively and quantitatively, and can be predicted. Living things depend for their survival on the unique physical and chemical properties of water. People have a responsibility to protect the integrity of Earth’s water resources.

Gases and Atmospheric Chemistry Properties of gases can be described qualitatively and quantitatively, and can be predicted. Air quality can be affected by human activities and technology. People have a responsibility to protect the integrity of Earth’s atmosphere.

 

Fundamental Concepts Covered

Matter

Energy

Systems and Interactions

Structure and Function

Sustainability and Stewardship

Change and Continuity

سرفصل دوره

GUIDELINES FOR GRADE 11 CHEMISTRY 2020/06/30

MARCO POLO Secondary School, Science Department

 

Course: Chemistry Grade 11 University (SCH 3U)

  

Text: Chemistry 11 (McGraw-Hill Ryerson)

 

Description:

 

This course focuses on the concepts and theories that form the basis of modern chemistry.  Students will study the behaviours of solids, liquids, gases, and solutions; investigate changes and relationships in chemical systems; and explore how chemistry is used in developing new products and processes that affect our lives and our environment.

 

Unit Topics:

 

            1.  Matter , Chemical Trends, and Chemical Bonding

            2.  Chemical Reactions                          

            3.  Quantities in Chemical Reactions

            4.  Solutions and Solubility

            5.  Gases and Atmospheric Chemistry

 

Evaluation:          

 

70% Course Work (throughout the semester

  • Evaluations will include lab based work ( lab analysis, reports, assignments, lab quizzes, etc.), assignments, quizzes, tests and presentations
  • The overall mark for work done during the course will be determined by examining the student’s marks in each of the units and determining his/her overall average.

 

30% Summative Evaluations (end of semester)

  • Lab Exam (practical)                       5%
  • Final Exam (written)                    25%

 

 

Classroom Expectations (the 4 Ps!)

  • Punctual – come to class on time
  • Prepared – bring all necessary materials
  • Productive – use class time wisely
  • Positive – have positive attitude J

 

Laboratory Expectations

  • Always follow safe lab procedures
  • Follow all instructions carefully
  • Always listen to the teacher the first time

Missed Class

  • If you know you will be away, I expect you to let me know
  • It is YOUR responsibility to get caught up
  • Check the website, check with a friend and check with me
  • If you miss a TEST, you will write the test the next class at the soonest possible time and if it is not an excused absence your parents/guardian will be contacted

 

Late Assignments

  • If you are having trouble meeting a deadline, come see me before the due date and we will work out an alternate one
  • You will be unable to submit an assignment once I have handed them back to the class and will then be responsible for an alternate assignment
  • If assignments are late or not handed in more than once your parents/guardian will be contacted

 

Have a great semester!

Unit 1 Chem11 2020/07/01

Unit 1: matter, chemical trends and bonding

UNIT 1: MATTER, CHEMICAL TRENDS, AND CHEMICAL BONDING In this unit, students will investigate physical and chemical properties of elements and compounds, and use various methods to visually represent them. Students will also demonstrate an understanding of periodic trends in the periodic table and how elements combine to form chemical bonds. Lastly, students will analyse the properties of commonly used chemical substances and their effects on human health and the environment, and propose ways to lessen their impact.

  • 00 - Are you ready review
  • 01 SIUnits-SigDig-Rounding OH note (4)
  • 03 Atomic Theory
  • 04 - Atomic Structure & Isotopes
  • 06 - Average Atomic Mass & Isotopic Abundance
  • 07 - Atoms, elements and the Periodic Table
  • 08 - Multiple IE and AR of Ions
  • 08 - Periodic Table Trends
  • 09 - Classifying Chemical Compounds
  • 10 - Electronegativity
  • 11 - Ionic Bonding
  • 12 - Covalent Bonding
  • 13 - Polar Covalent Bonding & VSEPR
  • 13 - VSEPR Chart
  • 16 - Unit 1 Review Outline 2016

Unit 2 Chem11 2020/07/15

Unit 2: chemical reactions

  • 01 - Nomenclature
  • 01 - Nomenclature Reference page
  • 02 - Chemical Equations and Balancing
  • 03 - Type of Chemical Reactions Powerpoint
  • 03 - Types of Reactions Note
  • 03 - Types of Reactions Summary Handout

LAB ACTIVITIES AND EXERCISE CHEMISTRY 11 2020/07/02

Unit 1 Exercise

  • Chemistry: An Introductory Exercise
  • LAB#1 :02 LAB 1A Observe Al Foil
  • 02 Observing Aluminum Foil RUBRIC
  • 05 - Penny Activity
  • 14 - Bonding and Properties review
  • Class activity 1: 13 - VSEPR Chart (Model Building)
  • Class Activity 2: 09 - Graphing Rules and Checklist
  • 03 - Types of Reactions Summary Table

Unit 2 Exercise

  • Class Activity 3: 02 - Balancing Equations 2 Extra Practice
  • Class Activity 4: 03 - EXTRA PRACTICE Types of Reactions and Word Equations
  • LAB#2 :06 - Combustion Lab
  • 06 - Combustion Lab Rubric

Unit 3 Exercise

  • 02 - Chewing Gum Activity
  • LAB#3 :07 - LAB - Percent Yield
  • 04 - Inv 6B Formula of a Hydrate Lab Rubric

Unit 4 Exercise

  • Class Activity 5: 01 - Solubility Terminology Worksheet
  • Class Activity 6: 03 - Kool Aid Solution Activity
  • Class Activity 7: 06 - Net Ionic Equation Worksheet and ANSWERS
  • Class Activity 8: 07 - Stoichiometry in Solutions Worksheet
  • LAB#4 :Titration Technique using a buret - YouTube (480p)
  • Inv 10B Lab Rubric

Unit 5 Exercise

  • 01 - KMT Questions

SPH3U Student Activities 2020/07/03

Unit 1 activities

  • Factor Label Method
  • 02 - Significant Figures Practice
  • Assignment 1: 08 - Periodic Trends Graphing ASSIGNMENT
  • Assignment 2: 14 - Bonding and Properties Reading Assignment

Unit 2 activities

  • Assignment 3: 01 - Nomenclature worksheet package
  • Assignment 4: 02 - Balancing Equations 1 Worksheet
  • Assignment 5: 07 - Metal and Non-metal oxide reactions

Unit 3 activities

Unit 4 activities

  • Assignment 6: 02 - Solubility Graphing Assignment
  • Assignment 7: 03 - Solubility and Concentration Problems

Unit 5 activities

Unit 3 Chem11 2020/07/19

Unit 3: quantities in chemical reactions

  • 01 - Green Pea Analogy
  • 01 - Mole Intro and Calculations
  • 03 - Chemical Proportions in Compounds
  • 03 - Law of Definite Porportions Note
  • 05 - Stoichiometry
  • 06 - Limiting Reactant
  • 07 - Percentage Yield

Unit 4 Chem11 2020/07/26

Unit 4: solutions and solubility

  • 01 Types of Solution & Factors that affect Rate (8.1,8.2)
  • 02 The Concentration of Solutions
  • 04 - Preparing a Solution
  • 05 - Predicting Solubility
  • 06 - Reactions in Aqueous solutions
  • 07 - Stoichiometry in solutions
  • 08 - Acids and Bases
  • 09 - Neutralization and Titration
  • 10 - Solubility Unit Review

Unit 5 Chem11 2020/08/02

Unit 5: gases

  • 00 - Intro to Gases and Solubility Review
  • 01 -The Behaviour of Gases
  • 02 - Gases & Stoichiometry
  • Gas Test Review