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# YEAR 11 CHEMISTRY TERM 3

Week
1
Monday
14/7/14

2
Monday
20/7/14

3
Monday
27/7/14

Lesson

Subject Matter
Chemical vs Physical change.
Chemical equations, reactants and
products.
Balancing Chemical Equations.
The Mole, Relative Molecular Mass
and Molar Mass.
Convert between mass, moles, atoms
and molecules.
Review of Mole as a unit.
Stoichiometry. Interpretation of
balanced chemical equations in
terms of the number of reacting
particles and the quantities reacting
in terms of moles.
Stoichiometry. Calculations involving
balanced chemical equations.
Determine whether reactants are
limiting or excess reagents.
Calculation of theoretical yields.

4
Monday
3/8/14

Learning objectives

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Explain balancing a chemical reaction as an
(Purple/green) pg 272-275 Q8-10,
application of the law of conservation of mass.
(Yellow) pg 283-286 Q8-10
Write balanced chemical equations given either
Contextual Chemistry
an unbalanced equation or a written
(Purple/green) pg 268-272 Q1-7,
description.
(Yellow) pg 279-283 Q1-7
Define the mole.
Calculate the molar mass of a substance given
its chemical formula.
Interconvert between mass, number of atoms
and number of moles.
Calculate the amount of products expected to The Mole Powerpoint
Nuts and Bolts activity,
be formed given the amounts of reactants
used. (Amount might refer to either mass or Stoichiometry Powerpoint,
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number of moles.)
(Purple/green) pg 275-277 Q11-16,
(Yellow) pg 286-288 Q11-16
Calculate the amount of reactants required to
produce a specified amount of products.
Identify the limiting reagent and calculate the
amount of product formed from a
nonstoichiometric mixture of reagents.

## Evaluate the efficiency of a process

by using the mass and moles to
track matter.

## Limiting Reagent Powerpoint

Contextual Chemistry
(Purple/green) pg 277-280 Q17-19,
(Yellow) pg 288-291 Q17-19

Worksheets
T3-1 to T3-7

T3-8 to T3-9

T3-10 to 3-11

## Experiment: Stoichiometry of a chemical

Reaction (Purple/Green) pg279,
(Yellow) pg290

calculations
Catch up

Resources

## Define and distinguish theoretical yield,

actual yield and percent yield.
Calculate the theoretical and actual yields from
reactions. Compute the percentage yield from
the actual and theoretical yields.
Evaluate the efficiency of a reaction using
actual and theoretical yields.

Powerpoint

Contextual Chemistry
(Purple/green) pg 280-282 Q20-22,
(Yellow) pg 291-292 Q20-22

T3-12 to T213

Week
5
Monday
10/8/14

6
Monday
17/8/15

Lesson

Subject Matter
Behaviour of gases and Kinetic
Molecular theory
Gas Laws: Boyles Law and
Charles Law
Gas Laws: Combined gas Law and
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gas behaviour.

## Molar Volume - Volume of one mole

of gas at STP and SLC.

## Apply the gas laws to predict how a change

in one property of a gas will affect the
remaining properties.
Interconvert between mass, moles and
volumes of gases.
Apply the volume to mole relationship to
solve stoichiometric problems involving
gases at STP and SLC.
Understand the law of partial pressures in
mixtures of gases.
Apply the Ideal gas equation to calculate
unknown values given the other quantities in
the equation.
Describe and analyse experiments that
show relationships between pressure,
temperature and moles of a gas sample.
Explain deficiencies in the ideal gas model
that will cause real gases to deviate from
behaviours predicted by the gas laws.
Define solution, solute and solvent.
Define concentration: molarity, molality and
ppm.
Calculate the concentration of a solution
given various data. Interpret experimental
and graphical data involving solutions

Monday
24/8/15

## Moles and Problem Solving

Concentration, Measures of
concentration

Learning objectives

Calculations involving
concentration, Dilutions and
calculations involving dilutions

## Factors affecting the maximum

amount of substance that can
dissolve. Saturation and
supersaturation.

Revision

Monday
31/8/15

Resources

Phet Simulations
gas-properties

Contextual Chemistry
(Purple/green) pg 305-310 Q1-7,
(Yellow) pg 317-321 Q1-7
(Purple/green) pg314-318 Q13-14,
(Yellow) pg 321-329 Q13-14
Powerpoint

Define pressure.

Contextual Chemistry
(Yellow) pg 328-329 Q8-16

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(Yellow) pg 332-334 Q32-35

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(Yellow) pg 330-331 Q27-31

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(Purple/green) pg 296-298 Q26,
(Yellow) pg 307-309 Q26

Supersaturation demo,
Experiment: Deriving a Solubility Curve
(Green)pg291, (Yellow) pg 302
Contextual Chemistry
(Purple/green) pg 287-295 Q1-18,
(Yellow) pg 299-306 Q1-18

Homework
T3-14 to T3-15

T3-16

T3-17

Videos:
Significant figures and Units:
Balancing Chemical Equations:
Intro to the mole (ChemGuy): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ue1S-ak00Hs&list=PLF81B66AA1B2E74FF
Solutions:
Solutions for Dirty Laundry (Crash Course): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN4KifV12DA&index=7&list=PL8dPuuaLjXtPHzzYuWy6fYEaX9mQQ8oGr
Gases:
Ideal Gas Problems (Crash Course): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVL24HAesnc
Intro to Gases and Units (ChamGuy): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS2Mb2hJAhc&list=PL4E096438AC469963
KMT and Ideal gases (ChemGuy): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_q3Ove0MhA&list=PL3e-NG5gr1U35OgmQlY1YBDcnem1kewoo