2019_G11ChemSL_CO_2ndSem.docx.pdf - Grade 11 \u2013 Chemistry HL Course Outline Second Semester School Year 2019-2020 Teacher Mr Raul Bernardo I Aims At

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Grade 11 – Chemistry HL Course Outline Second Semester, School Year 2019-2020 Teacher: Mr. Raul Bernardo I. Aims At the end of the course, the student should be able to: 1. exhibit interest and appreciation of chemistry; exhibit attitudes necessary for the effective study and practice of chemistry; 2. know, understand, and apply scientific facts, concepts, and principles in everyday life and in one’s work, as well as in community, national, or global contexts; 3. apply investigative skills to plan and carry out scientific investigations; 4. use mathematical thinking for scientific modeling and investigations; 5. obtain, evaluate, and communicate information related to the study and practice of science; 6. advocate/support the preservation and protection of the environment as part of one’s responsibility as scientist, citizen, and Christian; and 7. make moral, ethical, and principled decisions by using their understanding of nature, benefits, limitations of science and its interrelationship with technology, society, and environment to live meaningful and productive lives. II. Content Unit Title/Topics No. of Sessions I Stoichiometry a. Chemical Reactions (i) Writing Chemical Equations (ii) Types of Chemical Reactions (iii) Predicting Products b. Reacting masses (i) Mole concept (ii) Avogadro’s constant (iii) Percentage Composition, Empirical formula, and Molecular Formula (iv) Limiting Reactant (v) Percent Yield c. Reacting volumes (i) Gas Laws (ii) Solutions 25 II Energetics A. Measuring Energy changes B. Hess’s law C. Bond enthalpies 15
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III. Assessments and Grading System Summative Assessment I. Unit Tests Stoichiometry Energetics 35% II. Internal Assessment Design Analysis Evaluation 15% III . Semestral Tests Paper 1 Paper 2 20% 30% Formative Assessments Short Quizzes Problem Sets Homeworks Laboratory Experiments IV. Required Materials 1. Writing materials: black pen, pencil, eraser 2. Note-taking materials: notebook, grid paper (graphing paper) sheets 3. Calculator (at least scientific) 4. iPad with apps for document writing and spreadsheeet making 5. Laboratory attire (goggles, apron, gloves) 6. IBDP Chemistry Data Booklet, first exams 2016 (printed) V. References Textbook: Kognity
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