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THINKING SKILLS: INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

Revised August 19, 2000

College Chemistry
COURSE:  15302
College Chemistry
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
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  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Oral Presentations, Posters
  • CH1 CONTENT: Ionic and Covalent Compounds Elements combine in constant proportions to form compounds.
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report, Bulletin Board Students will demonstrate through maniipulatives that atoms interact with one  another by transferring or sharing valence electrons.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • CH2
     

     

    CONTENT: Periodicity An atom is a discrete unit of an element. The atomic model can help us understand  the interaction of cells and compounds Students demonstrate how properties of elements related to atomic structures
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report, Conclusions from analysis
    The student will demonstrate an understanding of the organization of the periodic table via lab activity.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form

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    CH3
     
     

     

    CONTENT: What Kinds of Nuclear Change Occur?  Some elements spontaneously break down into new elements through the process of radioactive decay. Application of systems and interactions theme to explore reactions of the nucleus.
    PERFORMANCE: Mathermatical Model Students will learn to write balanced nuclear equations.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • CH4 

     

    CONTENT: Electronegativity Ions formed when atoms or groups of atoms lose or gain electrons. Illustration of facility to understand electron transfer, naming ions, and polyatomic ions.
    PERFORMANCE: Conclusions from Analysis Students will learn to use electronegativity differences to determine bond types.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports

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    CH5
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Molecular Bonds  Atoms combine to form molecules by sharing electrons to form covalent or metallic  bonds, or by exchanging electrons to form ionic bonds. Students demonstrate an  understanding of types of bonds and how they are formed.
    PERFORMANCE: Mathematical Model, Explanation of a Procedure, Lab Report  Melting points and conductivity are two properties used to determine bond types
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports

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    CH6
     

     

    CONTENT: Families of Elements and Their Characteristics The Periodic Table displays the elements in increasing atomic number  and helps to demonstrate trends in physical and chemical properties of the elements.
    PERFORMANCE: Table, Lab Report Students use the Periodic Table to identify trends in electronegativity, electron affinity, shielding effect.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports

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    CH7
     

     

    CONTENT: Chemical Equations  Chemical reactions can be represented as systems with reactants, products, and energy (heat( as a product or reactant. 
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report, Conclusions from analysis  Students will be able to write a balanced chemical equation.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • Using Graphic Organizers
  • Creating Graphic Organizers
  • CH8
     
     

     

    CONTENT: How Can Reactions Be Used?  In chemical reactions, the number of atoms of each element is conserved.  Explanation of the laws of conservation of mass; demonstration of the ability to balance equations.
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report, Flow Chart Students will put synthesis, displacement and decomposition reactions to work.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • CH9
     
     

     

    CONTENT: What Are Characteristics of Gas Laws? The states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) differ in the spacing and motion of the molecules of the substance As a substance is heated, molecular motion increases. Demonstrate an understanding of the Kinetic Molecular Theory as a basis for gas laws.
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report, Students will know the properties of gasses and and understand the kinetic molecular theory and the 4 variables that describe gas.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • CH10

     

    CONTENT: Gases and Condensation  The volume of a given number of moles of gas at a given temperature is inversely proportional to it's pressure (Boyle's Law)
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report Students will describe what behaviors are demonstrated by Boyle's Law by performing experiment and analyzing data. 
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • CH11
     

     

    CONTENT: Relationship between Gas Volume and Absolute Pressure.  The volume of a given number of moles of gas at given pressure is proportional to its absolute temperature
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report Students will be able to calculate the volume of gas at the absolute temperature changes. Students will plot a graph to represent Charles Law.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • CH12

     

    CONTENT: Acid Base Titration and Volumetric Analysis Acids are substances  that increase the concentration of Hydrogen ions in solutions. The concentration of Hydrogen ions can be measured by pH. Explaining the importance of the H+ in solutions; calculating pH from H+..
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report Students will be able to titrate solutions and calculate solution concentration from their results.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • CH13
     

     

    CONTENT: Acid Base Titration and Volumetric Analysis  Bases are substances that neutralize acids by binding with Hydrogen ions to decrease their concentration in solution. Explaining the importance of OH in neutralizing reactions.
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report Students will be able to titrate solutions and calculate solution concentration from their results.
  • Chemistry & Allied Sciences
  • Writing Essays
  • Lab Report Form
  • Technical Reports
  • CH14
     
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Preparation of Organic Compounds  The elements carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen (along with numerous elements in lesser quantities) combine to form the molecules of living organisms. Demonstrating the ability to name an organic compound after seeing its structural formula; defining an organic compound.
    PERFORMANCE: Lab Report    Students will be able to identify categories of organic compounds by investigating their properties after synthesizing them.

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