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**End of Year Expectations:**

** with Bloom’s Taxonomy, MA Frameworks, and School Wide Expectations**

**Chemistry: Grades 10/11**

**By: Eli Mello & Howard Lancaster**

**• **Students will **identify** common elements of the Periodic Table and be able to **recall **basic information about the properties of those elements. **(1.3)**

**• **Students will **convert** and **calculate** scientific data using the SI, Metric, and English systems relevant to chemistry, including graphing, significant figures, and scientific notation. **(*********Math Skills) Problem Solving **

**• **Students will **compare** and **contrast **chemical and physical properties of elements and compounds. **(1.1) Expository Writing**

**• **Students will **compare** and **contrast **different models of atomic theory and **explain** how technology and experimentation have contributed to the discovery and modification of atomic structure. **(1.2) Expository Writing**

**• **Students will **diagram** and **explain** atomic structure and electron configurations. **(1.2) Problem Solving and Expository Writing**

**• **Students will **examine **and **illustrate** different types of and properties of chemical bonding for compounds. **(1.4)**

**• **Students will **demonstrate** the ability to balance chemical equations.

**(1.5) (*********Math Skills) Problem Solving**

**• **Students will **solve** stoichiometry problems and** show** an organized approach to problem solving and calculation. **(1.5) (*********Math Skills) Problem Solving**

**• **Students will **apply** the Kinetic Molecular Theory to the gas laws and the states of matter. **(1.6) (*********Math Skills) Problem Solving**

**• **Students will **apply** solution chemistry to **calculate** molarity and **examine** factors that affect equilibrium and reaction rates. **(1.7) (*********Math Skills)**

*Expository Writing and*** Problem Solving **

**• **Students will **assess** their chemistry knowledge and **apply** it to a content-related problem. **(SIS: 1-4)**

**• **Students will **design** a lab experiment to **demonstrate** knowledge and **apply** problem solving and learned skills. (**SIS: 1-4) (*********Math Skills) Expository Writing and Problem Solving**

**• **Students will **distinguish** between acid and base behavior in numerous chemical processes, including REDOX reactions. **(1.8)**

*** ****Math Skills include the following expectations and applications:**

** •Construct and use tables and graphs to interpret data sets.**

** •Solve simple algebraic expressions.**

** •Perform basic statistical procedures to analyze the center and spread of data.**

**•Measure with accuracy and precision (length, volume, mass, temperature, **

** time, etc.)**

** •Convert within a unit (such as centimeters to meters).**

** •Use common prefixes such as milli-, centi-, kilo-.**

** •Use scientific notation, where appropriate.**

** •Use ratio and proportion in the solution of problems.**