Chemistry Learning Targets

Week of May 1 2016

Friday: I can name my unknown based on its formula.

Thursday: I can develop a formula from two ions in my unknown.

Wednesday: I can identify a negative Ion from an unknown.

Tuesday:  I can identify a positive Ion from an unknown.

Monday: I know how to perform the NaOH test and what to look for.

Week of April 24 2016

Friday: I know how to perform the acid tests and what to look for.

Thursday: I know how to perform the ignition test and what to look for.

Wednesday:  I know how to perform the flame test and what to look for.

Tuesday:  I know how to perform the solubility and ph tests and what to look for.

Monday: I know how to perform the inspection test and what to look for.

Week of April 17 2016

Thursday: I can list the test that need to be done in QA.

Wednesday: I can describe the basic outline of how qualitative analysis (QA) works.

Tuesday: Final part 2

Monday: Final part 1

Week of April 10 2016

Friday: I can recall all the acid and base properties and mathematics.

Thursday: NeSA Science

Wednesday: I can recall all the chapter 8 and 9 material.

Tuesday: I can recall all the chapter 7 material.

Monday: NeSA Science

Week of April 3 2016

Friday: I can solve Charle’s or Boyle’s law for either pressure or temperature or volume.

Thursday: I can describe how a gas functions in terms of pressure temperature or volume.

Wednesday: I can fix the common issue our juniors had with the practice NeSA test.

Tuesday: redo acid base test.

Monday: I can find an fix my errors on our acid base test.

Week of March 27 2016

Friday: Test

Thursday: I can define what and acid or base is.

Wednesday: I know the types of acids

Tuesday: I can complete all the calculations in the acid base chapter.

Monday: I can determine the molarity or liters needed to neutralize a known solution through the calculations needed for a titration.

Week of March 20 2016

Friday: off

Thursday: I can determine the molarity of an unknown solution using a titration.

Wednesday: I can determine the molarity of known solution through the calculations needed for a titration.

Tuesday: I can use M to find the concentration of an unknown acid.

Monday: I can solve the molarity equation for either molarity, volume or grams needed.

Week of March 13 2016

Friday: Practice NeSA test

Thursday: I can explain the difference between ionization and dissociation reactions.

Wednesday: I can explain why an acid or base is a strong acid or base.

Tuesday: Given an acid or base I can show the conjugate acid or base.

Monday: I can convert between pH, pOH, [H+] and [OH-].

Week of March 6 2016

Friday: off

Thursday: I can use the ph scale to determine [H] and [OH].

Wednesday: I can show how a acid or base in neutralized with an equation.

Tuesday: I can list the properties of an acid or base.

Monday:I can identify if something is a acid or base based on the formula and definitions.

Week of February 28 2016

Friday: off

Thursday: I can use the ph scale to determine [H] and [OH].

Wednesday: I can identify if something is a acid or base based on the formula and definitions.

Tuesday: test

Monday: I can do all types of conversions.

Week of February 21 2016

Friday: I can determine my % yield from a lab I performed.

Thursday: I can complete a lab and determine my theoretical for that lab.

Wednesday: I can explain how to set up a stoic factor label conversion.

Tuesday: I can find what % of a theoretical yield I produced.

Monday: I can determine the limiting reactant of a reaction.

Week of February 14th 2016

Friday: I can find theoretical yield and my % yield from an experiment I’ve done.

Thursday: I can find the theoretical yield of a chemical reaction.

Wednesday: I can do grams to gams stoic problem.

Tuesday: I can do a mole to grams stoic problem.

Monday: I can complete a mole to mole stoic problem.

Week of February 7 2016

Friday: Off

Thursday: Test

Wednesday: From a word equation I can write a balanced chemical equation.

Tuesday: I can tell if a reaction is going to happen.

Monday: I can use the activity series and the solubility table to predict the products of a reaction.

Week of February 1 2016

Friday: I can predict the products of a chemical reaction and label the type or reaction.

Thursday: snow day

Wednesday: snow day

Tuesday: snow day

Monday: I can predict the products of a chemical reaction and label the type.

Week of January 24 2016

Friday:I can identify the type of reaction from the equation.

Thursday: I know how to go from a word equation to a formula equation and balance

Wednesday: I know how to go from a word equation to a formula equation and balance.

Tuesday: I can balance an equation.

Monday: I can read and write chemical equations with correct states and I know the things that indicate a chemical reaction.

Week of January 17 2016

Friday:  I can read and write chemical equations with correct states and types. I know things that indicate a reaction has take place

Thursday: Test

Wednesday: I remember how to name all compounds.

Tuesday: Using a lab I performed, I can write a lab report in a scientific fashion.

Monday: No School

Week of January 10 2016

Friday: Using a lab I performed, I can write a lab report in a scientific fashion.

Thursday: I can determine what % water makes up in a hydrate.

Wednesday: I can recall how to do all types of conversions.

Tuesday: I can use common oxidation numbers to find the oxidation number of any atoms in a compound.

Monday: Using the empirical formula and mass I can determine a molecular formula.

Week of January 4 2016

Friday: I can determine the empirical formula from % composition.

Thursday: I can determine the empirical formula from % composition.

Wednesday: I can recall how to find % composition.

Tuesday: I can recall how to name ionic an covalent compounds

Monday: no school

Week of December 20 2015

Tuesday: Finals

Monday: Finals

Week of December 14 2015

Friday: I can remember my chapter 7 material.

Thursday: I can remember my chapters 5-6 material.

Wednesday: I can remember my chapters 3-4 material.

Tuesday: I can remember my chapters 1-2 material.

Monday: I can decide if something is an ionic or covalent compound, name it correctly and determine it’s % composition.

Week of December 7 2015

Friday: I can name compounds used in lab and determine % composition from them.

Thursday: I can determine the % composition of a compound.

Wednesday: I can write a formula for a molecular name.

Tuesday: retest

Monday: I can write a formula from an ionic name.

Week of November 30 2015

Friday:I can name ionic compounds.

Thursday: I can name covalent compounds.

Wednesday: test

Tuesday: I can explain how bonding works.

Monday: I can explain how bonding works.

Week of November 23 2015

Wednesday: I can build a crystal lattice.

Tuesday: I can differentiate between a formula unit and a molecule.

Monday: I can determine if a molecule is polar or non polar.

Week of November 16 2015

Friday:  I know the vocabulary for chapter 6.

Thursday: I can calculate total bond energy of a molecule.

Wednesday: I know what a metallic bond and an alloys is.

Tuesday: I know the difference between a nonpolar and polar molecule and can explain how they interact.

Monday: Using electronegativities I can determine if a bond will be a ionic or covalent bond.

Week of November 9 2015

Wednesday: I can draw a lewis structure for complex molecules.

Tuesday: I can visualize how a lewis dot structure would look.

Monday: I can determine the properties of various bond types.

Week of November 2 2015

Friday: I can explain how a covalent bond works.

Thursday: I can explain how a ionic bond works.

Wednesday: test

Tuesday: I know all the vocab from chapter 5.

Monday: I can describe the periodic law.

Week of October 25 2015

Friday: I know the history of the development of the periodic table.

Thursday: I can relate the charge of an atom to how it would exchange e- with another atom.

Wednesday: I know the properties of metals and non metals.

Tuesday: I can use the trends in the periodic table to explain differences between atoms.

Monday: I can create a unique representing to explain the properties of one element.

Week of October 18 2015

Friday: Mole Day Celebration

Thursday: I can explain the underlying reason beneath the trends in the periodic table.

Wednesday: I can find the characteristics of one element on the periodic table.

Tuesday: I can determine the charge of any main group ion based on it’s location in the periodic table.

Monday: I can remember the parts of the periodic table and relate those to the number of valence electrons in a an atom.

Week of October 11 2015

Thursday: I can calculate the thickness, moles and amount of atoms in a piece of aluminum foil.

Wednesday: test

Tuesday: I can evaluate an e- config to find problems.

Monday: I can define the key vocabulary from chapter 4.

Week of October 4 2015

Friday:I can compare and contrast the Bohr and the quantum model of the atom

Thursday:I can observe an experiment and come up with possible hypothesis and conclusions.

Wednesday: I can determine the thickness of one molecule.

Tuesday: I can explain what each quantum number tells me about the atom

Monday:  I can draw valence e- dot diagram for any atom

Week of September 28 2015

Friday: I can draw valence e- dot diagram for any atom

Thursday: I can use the Periodic table groups to quickly find the valence e- configuration of any ion.

Wednesday: I can write out an e- configuration for any atom.

Tuesday: I can draw a arrow diagram for the electrons in an atom

Monday: I can describe the 4 quantum numbers and orbitals in an atom.

Week of September 21 2015

Friday: I can use the Bohr model of an atom to explain light and other electromagnetic radiation.

Thursday: I can draw the Bohr model of an atom for any element.

Wednesday: TEST

Tuesday: I can remember the parts of atomic theory and the scientists who contributed.

Monday: I understand the process of setting up a factor/label conversion problem.

Week of September 14 2015

Friday: NO School

Thursday: I can determine the number of molecules of chalk in my name.

Wednesday: I can determine a weighted average from given assortment of “atoms.”

Tuesday: I can explain the relationship between subatomic particles, elements, isotopes, moles.

Monday: I can create an experiment to demonstrate the conservation of mass.

Week of September 8 2015

Friday:I can show how mass in concerned in an experiment.

Thursday: I can explain what an isotope is and find the average atomic mass of an element.

Wednesday: I can convert between grams and moles.

Tuesday: I do math using significant figures.

Monday: no school

Week of August 31 2015

Friday: I do math using significant figures.

Thursday: I can describe the developments in atomic theory focusing on one important scientist.

Wednesday: I can use the periodic table to determine the number of p+, n0, and e- in an atom.

Tuesday: I can label the major parts of the periodic table.

Monday: I can draw and label the structure of an atom.

Week of August 24 2015

Friday: Test

Thursday: I can explain what the study of chemistry is.

Wednesday: I can use kinetic theory to explain the difference between the states of matter.

Tuesday: Given and object and basic lab equipment, I can determine its density.

Monday: I can calculate the density, mass, or volume of an object.

Week of August 17 2015

Friday: I can classify something as an element, compound or mixture.

Thursday: I can identify something as a endothermic or exothermic reaction. 

Wednesday: I can identify a chemical or physical change when it happens.

Tuesday: I can explain the difference between a physical and a chemical change.

Monday: I can explain the steps of the scientific method. 

Week of August 13 2015

Friday: I can use critical thinking techniques to decipher what is happening in an image.

Thursday: I know the rules and expectations for Mr. Gfeller’s class.


Week of May 11 2015

Friday: I know a characteristic for 5 unknown cations.

Thursday: I know a characteristic for 5 known anions.

Wednesday: I can complete a brown wring test.

Tuesday: I can tell and element by it’s flame color.

Monday: I can complete a j-tube test.