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CURRICULUM MAP: A YEAR AT A GLANCE

Chemistry
Greenbrier High School
August 2013 May 2014

Teacher: Putnam & Buchanan


Grade: 10
Subject: Chemistry

UNIT

1st Nine Weeks


Scientific Measurement and
The Nature of Matter

2nd Nine Weeks


How Matter Combines

3rd Nine Weeks


Behavior of Matter

4th Nine Weeks


Applied Chemistry

OBJECTIVE:

Students will be able to


make accurate
measurements and
calculations and
demonstrate an
understanding and working
knowledge of
-Atomic Theory
and Periodicity within the
context of the Nature of
Science

The students will


demonstrate an
understanding and
working knowledge of
-Bonding
-Stoichiometry
-Reaction types
within the context of the
Nature of Science

The students will


demonstrate an
understanding and working
knowledge of
-Gas Laws
-Solutions
-Acids and Bases
-Kinetics and Energetics
within the context of the
Nature of Science

The students will


demonstrate an
understanding and
working knowledge of
-Equilibrium
-Redox reactions and
understand the extension
of chemical principles into
the categories of
-Organic Chemistry
-Nuclear Chemistry within
the context of the Nature
of Science

EXTENDED TEXT:
Build Students
Knowledge

Napoleons Buttons

The Disappearing Spoon

COMPLEXITY:

1340

1300

p. 236 Mass
Spectrometry

p. 376 Chemistrys First


Law

1310

1210

Green Gasoline: Fuel


From Plants February
2010 (pp 1315)
Lab on a Stick October
2004 (pp 912)
1190, 1230

Does Nature Break the


Second Law of
Thermodynamics? Scientific
American Oct 2008

Unusual Sunken
Treasure December 2006
(pp 1113)
The New Alchemy
October 2006

1300

1190, 1120

SHORT TEXT:
COMPLEXITY:
INFORMATIONAL
TEXT:

COMPLEXITY:

p. 43 Classical Ideas about


Matter
1190
Where Do Chemical
Elements Come From?
October 2009 (pp 68)
Metric Mishap caused loss
of NASA orbiter CNN.com
Sept. 1999
1160, 1350

p. 596 Fixing the


Nitrogen Problem
1240

CLOSE READ:

p. 81 Discovery of Element
43
p. 114 Computational
Chemist
p. 204 The Noble Decade

p. 275 Carbon
Monoxide Catalyst
p. 302 The Case of
Combustion

p. 408 Environmental
Chemist
p. 477 Acid Water
p. 572 Explosives

p. 609 Blood Buffers p.


666 Fuel-Cell Cars
p. 774 Forensic Chemist

RESEARCH
PROJECT:

Students will research one


historical chemist and the
contributions made to the
field of chemistry

Students will investigate


forces of attraction.

Students will develop a


procedure to test the acidity
of several household
substances.

Students will research


nuclear energy and the
types of nuclear power
plants (classified by
reactor type,
moderator)

WRITING:
Argumentative
Informational
Explanatory
Narrative

Students will write an


informative paper about
their scientist and give a
brief presentation to the
class.

Students will write to


explain the differences
between ionic v.
covalent bonds and inter
v. intra-molecular forces.

Students will write a lab


report detailing the acid /
base activity.
Reports will include all forms
of writing.

Students will write a


paper to provide an
argument for the best
type of nuclear power in
terms of efficiency, cost,
manpower, energy output,
safety

TERMINOLOGY:

SI, weight, mass, derived


unit, dimensional analysis,
significant figures, percent
error, model, system,
hypothesis

Molecule, IMF,
intermolecular, intramolecular, LDF,
hydrogen bonding,
dipole, covalent and
ionic bonds

Gas laws, acid, base,


alkaline, kinetic molecular
theory, colligative properties,
enthalpy, entropy

Alkane, alkene, alkyne,


functional groups,
oxidation, reduction,
reducing /oxidizing agent

STANDARDS:

NS.32.C.1
NS.32.C.3
NS.32.C.4
NS.33.C.1
NS.33.C.2
NS.33.C.4
NS.33.C.5
NS.34.C.1
NS.34.C.2
NS.35.C.1
NS.35.C.2

P.5.C.1
P.5.C.2
P.5.C.3
P.6.C.1
P.6.C.2
P.6.C.3
P.6.C.4
P.6.C.5
B.8.C.1
B.8.C.2
B.8.C.3
B.9.C.1
B.9.C.2
B.9.C.3
B.9.C.4
B.10.C.1 B.11.C.1
B.11.C.1

S.13.C.1
S.13.C.3
S.14.C.1
S.15.C.2
S.15.C.3
S.15.C.5
S.15.C.6
GL.16.C2
GL.17.C.1
AB.19.C.1
AB.21.C.1

E.24.C.1
E.24.C.2
E.24.C.3
E.24.C.4
ORR.25.C.1
ORR.25.C.2 ORR.26.C.1
ORR.26.C.2 ORR.25.C.3
ORR.25.C.4 ORR.25.C.5
OC.27.C.1 OC.27.C.2
OC.28.C.1 OC.28.C.2
OC.29.C.1 OC.29.C.2
NC.30. C.1 NC.30. C.2
NC.30. C.3 NC.30. C.4

NS.32.C.2
NS.32.C.5
NS.33.C.3
NS.33.C.6
NS.34.C.1
NS.35.C.3

S.13.C.2
S.15.C.1
S.15.C.4
GL.16.C.1
GL.18.C.1
AB.20.C.1

NS.36.C.1
NS.36.C.2 NS.36.C.3
NS.36.C.4
NS.37.C.1

AT.2.C.1
AT.2.C.3
AT.2.C.4
AT.3.C.1
AT.3.C.3
AT.3.C.5
P.4.C.2

AT.2.C.2
AT.2.C.5
AT.3.C.2
AT.3.C.4
P.4.C.1
P.4.C.3

B.12.C.1
B.12.C.1
B.12.C.2
B.12.C.4

B.11.C.2
B.12.C.3

AB.21.C.2
AB.22.C.1
AB.22.C.2
KE.23.C.1
KE.23.C.2
KE.23.C.4
KE.23.C.5

AB.21.C.3
AB.22.C.3
KE.23.C.3
KE.23.C.6

NC.31. C.1 NC.31. C.2