MYP Individuals & Societies Rubrics
Criterion A: Knowing and understanding
Maximum: 8
Students should be able to
use a wide range of terminology in context
demonstrate knowledge and understanding of subject-specific content and concepts through
develop
Rubric
C
i. Present collected and
transformed data.
ii. Interpret data and explain
results using scientific reasoning.
iii. Evaluate the validity of a
hypothesis based on the
outcome of an investigation.
iv. Evaluate the validity of the method.
v. Explain
Chem. Study Guide
1. Waves and the relationships between wavelength, frequency and energy.
C=v
As frequency increase, wavelength shortens
E= h(Planks constant)v
2. Dual Nature of Electrons
Particles and waves
3. Quanta Photons (Light Quanta)
Waves in par
Physics S-1a
June 20, 2016
Physics S-1a: Assignment for June 22
Homework #1a: Vectors and Velocity
Due Monday, June 27, at 8:30AM
This assignment must be turned in by 8:30AM on Monday, June 27. Late homework will not be
accepted. Please write your answers
Chapter 3, Lesson 1: What is Density?
Key Concepts
Density is a characteristic property of a substance.
The density of a substance is the relationship between the mass of the substance and
how much space it takes up (volume).
The mass of atoms, thei
Harvard, Physics S-1a: Lecture 2 Pre-Reading
June 22, 2016
Pre-Reading for Lecture 2:
Momentum and Center of Mass
In physics, the concept of motion is linked with the concept of momentum. In everyday
speech, we say that something has momentum if it has a
CHARACTERIZATION WORDS: USE THE WORD BANK IF
YOURE "STUCK" FOR WORDS
Character Trait Word Bank
Stuck for words to describe characters? Try one of these.
.
abrupt, absent-minded, accomplished, adaptable, adventurous,
affectionate,
aggressive,
ambitious,
an
Homework- Work & Energy Problems
1. Can the speed of an object change if the net work done on it is zero?
2. Furniture movers wish to load a truck using a ramp from the ground to the rear of
the truck. One of the movers claims that less work would be requ
Arafat Fahad
AP
Stats
Ms.
Thompson
11/01/15
Chapter 10: Re-expressing Data: Get it straight
We cannot use a linear model unless the relationship between the two variables is linear. Often
re-expression can save the day, straightening bent relationships so
1
Topic 2 HL Review: Functions and Equations (December 2010)
1.
When the function f (x) = 6x4 + 11x3 22x2 + ax + 6 is divided by (x + 1) the remainder is 20.
Find the value of a.
Working:
Answers:
.
(Total 4 marks)
2.
The diagram below shows the graph of
1
Topic 2 HL Review: Functions and Equations (December 2010)
SOLUTIONS
1.
By the remainder theorem,
f (1) = 6 11 22 a + 6
= 20
a = 1
[4]
2.
y
y1 = f(x )
y 2 = f(x k )
0
m
m+k
n
n+k
x
k
[4]
1
2
3.
Let f(x) = ax2 + bx + c where a = 1, b = (2 k) and c = k2.
1
Topic 2 HL Review: Functions and Equations (December 2010)
SOLUTIONS
1.
2.
By the remainder theorem,
f (1) = 6 11 22 a + 6
= 20
a = 1
[4]
y
y1 = f(x )
y 2 = f(x k )
0
m
m+k
n
n+k
x
k
[4]
3.
Let f(x) = ax2 + bx + c where a = 1, b = (2 k) and c = k2.
The
1
Topic 1 HL Review: Algebra (December 2010)
1.
The second term of an arithmetic sequence is 7. The sum of the first four terms of the arithmetic
sequence is 12. Find the first term, a, and the common difference, d, of the sequence.
Working:
Answers:
.
(T
1
Topic 1 HL Review: Algebra (December 2010) SOLUTIONS
1.
Let a be the first term and d be the common difference, then
4
a + d = 7 and S4 = 2 (2a + 3d) = 12
(*)
a+d =7
4a + 6d = 12
(*)
a = 15, d = 8
(*)
[4]
2.
(1 i)z = 1 3i
1 3i
z = 1 i
(*)
1 3i 1 + i
z
1
Topic 1 HL Review: Algebra (December 2010) SOLUTIONS
1.
Let a be the first term and d be the common difference, then
4
a + d = 7 and S = 2 (2a + 3d) = 12
4
a+d =7
4a + 6d = 12
(*)
(*)
a = 15, d = 8
2.
[4]
(1 i)z = 1 3i
1 3i
z = 1 i
1 3i 1 + i
z = 1 i 1
Kinetics
Topics 6 (Core) 16.1, 16.2
(HL) + 10.5.2 (Core)
Successful Reaction
A reaction occurs when reactant particles
collide with sufficient energy and in the
correct orientation to react.
This energy is known as Activation
Energy.
The activation energy
Index Page
Spectroscopy Test
Work in pairs,
Use your data tables,
And your gigantic brains.
Proceed
Index Page
Spectroscopy Test
Unknown #1
IR spectrum
MS spectrum
NMR spectrum
Unknown #2
IR spectrum
MS spectrum
NMR spectrum
Unknown #3
IR spectrum
MS spec
General Solubility Guidelines
Solubility Limits
Name
Mass of Solute (m) Soluble in
100 g of Solvent
Name
Mass of Solute (m) Soluble in
100 g of Solvent
Name
Mass of Solute (m) Soluble in
100 g of Solvent
Soluble
m 1.0 g
Sparingly
Soluble
1.0 g > m 0.1 g
I
Solubility Guidelines
Solubility
and Predicting precipitates
Chem 12
Mrs. Kay
Solubility Guidelines
Solubility
Summary of ionic-compounds interactions
Summary
with water
with
The table breaks down the ionic
The
compound into cation and anions and
descri
Acids and Bases: Topics 8 and 18
8.1 Theories of Acids and Bases (2hrs)
8.1.1
Define acids and bases according to the Bronsted-Lowry and
Lewis theories.
8.1.2
Deduce whether or not a species could act as a Bronsted-Lowry
and/or a Lewis acid or base.
8.1.3
Modern Analytical Techniques
Topic 20 / Option A.5
o
Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance (NMR)
Spectroscopy
NMR Spectroscopy
o
Technique requires a nucleus with suitable magnetic properties. Nuclei
with odd atomic or mass numbers will have the correct nuclear spin
Modern Analytical Techniques
Topic 12 / Option A.4
o
Mass Spectrometry
Mass Spectrometry
o
o
Allows us to determine Relative Molecular Mass
(RMM or Mr) of unknown molecules.
Fragmentation patterns help us to infer the structure
of the molecule.
Mass Spect
Modern Analytical Techniques
Topic 12 / Option A.3
o
Infra-Red Spectroscopy
Infrared Spectroscopy
o
o
o
IR radiation is not energetic enough to ionize substances.
Instead, molecules will absorb specific quanta of IR light and
enter vibrational modes.
If t