Year at-a-glance-chemistry 1

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Year at-a-glance-chemistry 1

  1. 1. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PULIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT PACING GUIDE YEAR-AT-A-GLANCE CHEMISTRY I COURSE CODE: 2003340 1ST Nine Weeks nd 2 Nine Weeks rd 3 Nine Weeks 4th Nine Weeks I. Introduction V. Nomenclature and Formulas IX. States of Matter XIII. Reaction Rates A. The Scope of Chemistry A. Writing Formulas A. Kinetic-Molecular Theory A. Collision Theory B. Lab Safety B. Nomenclature (KMT) B. Factors Affecting Reaction C. Review of Measurement C. Oxidation-Reduction B. Forces of attraction Rates Skills Reactions C. Properties of Matter C. Energy Diagrams D. Changes of State D. Introduction to Chemical II. Matter and Energy VI. Chemical Reactions Equilibrium A. Properties of Matter A. Describing Chemical X. Solutions B. Physical and Chemical Reactions A. Properties of Water XIV. Gas Laws Changes B. Types of Chemical B. Components of a Solution A. KMT and Properties of C. Types of Matter Reactions C. Water as a Resource Gases C. Balancing Chemical B. Gas Laws III. Periodic Table Reactions XI. Acids and Bases C. Gas Stoichiometry A. Atomic Theory A. Properties of Acids and B. Electron Configuration VII. The Mole Bases XV. Nuclear Chemistry C. Development of the A. Introduction to B. Acid-Base Theories A. Nuclear Radiation Periodic Table Dimensional Analysis C. Strengths of Acids and B. Decay and Half-Life D. Periodic Law B. Introduction to the Mole Bases C. Fusion and Fission C. Conversions with the mole D. Neutralization E. Periodic Trends D. Energy Resources D. Percent Composition E. Environmental Quality IV. Chemical Bonding and E. Empirical and Molecular XVI. Introduction to Organic Molecular Structures Formulas XII. Energy and Chemical Change Chemistry A. Types of Bonds F. Formula of a Hydrate A. Energy A. Organic Compounds B. Bonding Structures B. Thermochemistry B. Functional Groups C. Intermolecular Forces VIII. Stoichiometry D. Formula Representations A. Describing Chemical Reactions B. Types of Chemical Reactions C. Stoichiometric CalculationsCurriculum and Instruction – ScienceYear-At-A-Glance

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