ChemCom Curriculum Page
Content Standard 1:
Structure and Properties of Matter
- A compound is formed when two or more kinds of atoms bind together chemically. Each compound has unique chemical and physical properties.
Suggested Teaching Strategies:
- Unit 1.
- C. 1. Solubility of Solids, Solubility and Solubility Curves, Building Skills 5
- C. 2. Solution Concentration, Describing Solution Concentrations, Building Skills 6
- C. 3. Constructing a Solubility Curve, Laboratory Activity
- Unit 2.
- B. 3. Metal Reactivity
- B. 4. Relative Reactivities of Metals, Laboratory Activity
- B. 5. Metals: Properties and Uses, Discovery of Metals, ChemQuandry 1, Trends in Metal Reactivity, Building Skills 5
- C. 8. Designing a Coin, Making Decisions
- D. 2. Modifying Properties, Alternatives to Metals, Building Skills 12
- D. 6. Copper Plating, Laboratory Activity
- Unit 3.
- C. 1. Creating New Options: Petrochemicals, Modeling Matter, Polymer Structure and Properties
- C. 3. The Builders, Laboratory Activity
- Core Lab 10: Metal Reactivates
- Top Chem Labs: 4 Density, 5 Solubility
- Flinn Scientific Co. Lab: CaCl2 - A Reaction in a Bag
- The World of Chemistry Videos:
- 9 Molecular Architecture
- 19 Metals
- 21 Carbon
- 22 The Age of Polymers