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Chemistry Term 1 Assessment sheet

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Assessment focus: The particulate nature of matter The properties of the different states of matter
(solid, liquid and gas) in terms of the particle model, including gas pressure.
Learning I can recall the three states of matter.
<55
Mastering I can explain the difference between the three states
55-70 of matter in terms of density, movement and
properties.
Expanding I can explain the properties of the three states of
>70 matter using the particle model.

Assessment focus: The particulate nature of matter Changes of state in terms of the particle
model.
Learning I can draw particle diagrams to show a solid, liquid
<55 and gas.
Mastering I can describe changes in state using the terms
55-70 melting, freezing, evaporation and condensing.
Expanding I can explain changes in state in terms of energy
>70 changes and draw particle diagrams.

Assessment focus: Pure and impure substances Diffusion in terms of the particle model.
Learning I can recall a definition of diffusion.
<55
Mastering I can describe how I can demonstrate diffusion in
55-70 a practical.
Expanding I can use the particle model to explain how diffusion
>70 takes place and why diffusion takes time.

Assessment focus: Pure and impure substances The concept of a pure substance; mixtures,
including dissolving.
Learning I can recognise the particle diagram for the three
<55 states of matter, a pure chemical and a mixture.
Mastering I can draw the particle diagrams for the three states
55-70 of matter, a pure chemical and a mixture.
Expanding I can draw the particle diagrams for a mixture and
>70 a pure chemical for different changes of state.

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Chemistry Term 1 Assessment sheet Form/Class
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Assessment focus: Pure and impure substances Mixtures, including dissolving.


Learning I can define the terms insoluble, solvent, solute and
<55 solution.
Mastering I can use the particle model to explain what a solute,
55-70 solvent and solution is.
Expanding I can use the particle model to explain why a
>70 chemical is soluble or insoluble.

Assessment focus: Pure and impure substances Simple techniques for separating mixtures:
filtration, evaporation, distillation and chromatography.
Learning I can recall how to separate solids from a liquid using
<55 a filter or evaporation.
Mastering I can outline a brief method for filtration, evaporation,
55-70 distillation and chromatography.
Expanding I can use the particle model to explain how each
>70 main separating technique works.

Assessment focus: Pure and impure substances Simple techniques for separating mixtures:
filtration, evaporation, distillation and chromatography.
Learning I can recall what distillation and chromatography are
<55 used to separate.
Mastering I can explain how a known mixture could be
55-70 separated.
Expanding I can evaluate then justify the best separating
>70 technique to separate a particular mixture.

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