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Chemical Systems and Equiilibrium
Transcript of Chemical Systems and Equiilibrium
Chemical systems and
Curriculum Design Project
Rhea Ramachandran & Rachel Young
Table of contents
2. Acceptable Evidence
3. Learning Plan
4. Equilibrium Demo
This is the curriculum design project for the Grade 12 Chemical Systems and Equilibrium Unit. Here you will find our
. All the lesson plans, materials, handouts, and resources are available for you to use. The overall topics that students will study in this unit are dynamic equilibrium, Le Chatelier’s Principle (
), equilibrium constants, acids and bases, and buffer systems.
The overall expectations in this unit are:
E1. analyse the origins and effects of water pollution, and a variety of economic, social, and
environmental issues related to drinking water
E2. investigate qualitative and quantitative properties of solutions, and solve related problems
E3. demonstrate an understanding of qualitative and quantitative properties of solutions
This unit was designed to differentiate instruction according to student readiness, learning profiles and interests. Lessons were presented in a student-centered manner that was accessible to auditory, visual and kinesthetic learners. Some of the learning strategies used include:
learning was completed throughout the unit. Formative assessments were collected through observation, conversation and student products. The summative tasks include an applications to equilibrium poster project, “Problem of the Day” presentations, lab reports, a quiz and a unit test.
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SAMPLE LESSON PLAN
this is quite long, so feel free to skip parts!
Learning Skills Log
sample diagnostic quiz
Water bucket equilibrium demonstration
Use this to introduce the concept of equilibrium! The height of the water
in the buckets represents the concentrations of the reactants (bucket 1)
and the products (bucket 2)
1. Student A scoops water from bucket 1 to bucket 2 using the large cup
2. At the same time, student B scoops water from bucket 2 to bucket 1
using the small cup
3. Eventually the system will reach equilibrium
rate of forward reaction = rate of reverse reaction
[reactants] and [products] will remain constant, even though the reaction is still occurring
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SAMPLE SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Equilbrium Water Demo
Le Chatelier Demo
pH Analysis Gizmo
Acid-Base Solutions phET
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