Chem 1P - Unit 5
Instructional Segment 5 (IS-5)
Chapters 11, 12 (SPRING BREAK)
THEN CHAPTER 13, and 14.
Unit 5 Study Material
Ch. 11 - Stoichiometry
Ch.12 - States of Matter
Ch. 13 - Gases
Ch. 14 - Mixtures and Solutions
Areas that you can study and tasks that you can do/make and include in your e-portfolio for credit increases.
A. Develop a model of energy flow in Earth’s climate.
- Create a digital or physical poster that demonstrates Energy Flow
B. They revisit combustion reactions from IS1 to focus on emissions from fossil fuel energy sources.
- Identify 4 fossil fuel energy sources and explain how combustion reactions work. Poster Board with specific details and provide your resources/citations
C. Show how you can apply models of the structures of molecules to explain how different molecules trap heat in the atmosphere.
- Create a google slides presentation with different types of models..that explain this OR
- Create a physical paper model of HOW heat is trapped in the atmosphere, take a pic and upload to your E-Portfolio
D. Evaluate different chemical engineering solutions that can reduce the impacts of climate change.
- Identify a potential problem, explore why it is a problem, think about different engineering solutions that exist to reduce the impacts of climate change and explain pro's and con's.
- Draw a cartoon, Write an essay or do a google slide presentation or poster to explain the solutions that you have identified.
***All of the above are ideas to help you increase your grade if you are counting on your portfolio to help you in Chemistry. You can attach/insert your work to your own website. If you do any of these
take the 10 question quiz
Take a screenshot of your answers by 2/26/18 and upload to Pre-Quiz ClimateChange in Google Classroom
Chemistry of climate change
- Students develop models of energy flow in Earth’s climate.
- They revisit combustion reactions from IS1 to focus on emissions from fossil fuel energy sources.
- They apply models of the structures of molecules to explain how different molecules trap heat in the atmosphere.
- Students evaluate different chemical engineering solutions that can reduce the impacts of climate change.
What is Climate Change?
CLIMATE CHANGE is a noun
a long-term change in the earth's climate, especially a change due to an increase in the average atmospheric temperature:Melting glaciers imply that life in the Arctic is affected by climate change.
Energy Flow in Earth's Climate
Combustion Fossil Energy
Trapping Heat Molecular Structures
Chapter 11 Reading Assignment: Pages 166-191
Questions #1-33 Due No Later than Monday April 2
Stoichiometry - Chapter 11
Mr. Mendez - STUDY RESOURCE Slides on Schoology and Here.
Whales Leap For Food
Source: ABC - San Diego California -April 9, 2019
Chapter 12 Reading Assignment: Pages
Questions #4,5, 6, 14,15, 16, 19, 20, 23, 28, 29, 30.––––Due Tuesday April 9th
States of matter- Chapter 12
Ch. 12 Study Guide
Due: Tuesday 4/23 UPON RETURN FROM SPRING BREAK -
Due: Thursday 4/11/19
SECTION 1: GASES
GASES EXPAND, DIFFUSE, EXERT PRESSURE, AND CAN BE COMPRESSED BECAUSE THEY ARE IN A LOW-DENSITY STATE CONSISTING OF TINY CONSTANTLY MOVING PARTICLES.
Section 2: forces of attraction explained
BIG IDEA: Intermolecular forces -Including
and hydrogen bonds
ALL of these determine a substances STATE at a given temperature
How do the arrangements of particles in liquids and solids differ?
Section 3: liquids AND SOLIDS
What are the factors that affect viscosity?
How are the unit cell and crystal lattice related?
SECTION 4: PHASE CHANGES
BIG IDEA: MATTER CHANGES PHASE WHEN ENERGY IS ADDED OR REMOVED
Chapter 13 Reading Assignment: Pages
Questions #––––Due Friday
gases- Chapter 13
Mr. Mendez - Slides on Schoology and Here.
Chapter 14 Reading Assignment: Pages 474-507
Questions #2-38 Even #'s; 39,40,41,42,43 and 48, 49, 50 (total 27 Questions––––Assigned 5/8/19 ------------------------------Due Next FRIDAY May 17, 2019
Mixtures and solutions- Chapter 14
Mr. Mendez - Slides Here.