Introduction to Chemistry - Coggle Diagram
Introduction to Chemistry
"Introduction to Chemistry"
The Particle Theory
CW 4. Students should be able to classify substances as elements, compounds, mixtures, metals, non-metals, solids, liquids, gases and solutions
Observing Changes and States of Matter
CW 1. Students should be able to investigate whether mass is unchanged when chemical and physical changes take place
Student Led Enquiry Practical
CW 6. Students should be able to investigate the properties of different materials including solubilities, conductivity, melting points and boiling points
NoS 2. Students should be able to recognise questions that are appropriate for scientific investigation, pose testable hypotheses and evaluate and compare strategies for investigating hypotheses.
NoS 3. Students should be able to design, plan and conduct investigation; explain how relaibility, accuracy, precision, fairness, safety, ethics and selection of suitable equipment have been considered.
CW 3. Students should be able to describe and model the structure of the atom in terms of the nucleus, protons, neutrons and electrons, comparing mass and charge of protons, neutrons and electrons.
CW 5. Students should be able to use the Periodic Table to predict the ratio of atoms in compounds of two elements.
Periodic Table Deep Dives: Groups and Metals vs Non Metals
Intentions: Classify substances as metals or non metals, investigate properties of metals and apply the uses of metals and non-metals based on their properties
Materials Science: Fit for Purpose
CW 10. Students should be able to evaluate how humans contribute to sustainability through the extraction, use, disposal and recycling of materials
Particles in Solution
NoS 1. Students should be able to appreciate how scientists work and how scientific ideas are modified over time.
CW 2. Students should be able to develop and use models to describe the atomic nature of matter; demonstrate how they provide a simple way to account for the conservation of mass, changes of state and physical change.
Formative Assessment before Midterm Break
Games, Quizes, Worksheet