Lesson Plan - Chemistry
Semester 2 Chemistry Week 5 - 6:

                   

ESLR's Targeted


_x_ Consciousness
_x_ Reason
__ Synergy
__ Action

DOK Level Targeted

_x_ Level 1 Recall
_x_ Level 2 Skill/ Concept
_x_ Level 3 Strategic Thinking
_x_ Level 4 Extended Thinking

Thinking Maps Utilized

Illustrative sketches
Free Body Diagrams
2 column derivation method

Essential Question(s):

What is pH? poH? How do pH and poH relate to ion concentratoins? What are equilibrium concentrations?

Learning Target:

H+ or Hydronium+ ion concentration and OH- concentrations. Kw (equilibrium concentration for water) Math Pre-Requisites: using scientific notation, powers of 10 and logs.

Targeted Vocabulary:

equilibrium cocentration, titration, hydronium, hydroxyl

SDAIE (Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English) Features:

Preparation


_x_ Adaptation of Content
__ Links to Background
_x_ Links to Past Learning
__ Strategies Incorporated

Scaffolding


_x_ Modeling
_x_ Questioning
_x_ Guided Practice
_x_ Comprehensible Input

Grouping Options


_x_ Whole Class
__ Small Groups
_x_ Partners
__ Independent

Integration of Process


_x_ Reading
_x_ Writing
_x_ Speaking
_x_ Listening

Reinforcement


__ Hands-on
__ Meaningful
_x_ Linked to Objectives
__ Promotes Engagement

CFU/Assessment


_x_ Individual
_x_ Group
__ Written
_x_ Oral

CFU (Checking for Understanding) Techniques: Refer to the CFU Techniques Index Handout

Individual


__ Half-statement
__ What's Next
__ Unbundling
__ Feign Ignorance
__ Why and How
__ Rollback
_x_ If/Then
__ Framework
_x_ Steering Hint

Whole Group


__ Call-and-Response
_x_ Write it Down
__ Visible Thinking
__ Forced Choice

Combined (Individual & Whole Group)


_x_ Think-Pair-Share
__ The Combo Meal

Response(s) to CFU: Refer to the CFU Techniques Index Handout

General


__ Take a Stand
__ I Need More Hands
__ Repeat

Stretch It (Correct)


_x_ Why and How
__ Another Way to Answer
__ A Better Word
__ Evidence
__ Integrate a Related Skill
__ Same Skill; New Setting

Right is Right (Partially Correct)


__ Hold out for All the Way
__ Answer My Question
__ Right Answer; Right Time
_x_ Technical Vocabulary

Break it Down (Incorrect)


_x_ Provide an Example
_x_ Provide Context
__ Provide a Rule
_x_ Refer to Steps
__ Rollback
__ Eliminate False Choices

No Opt Out (IDK's)


_x_ Hint and Return
__ Answer and Repeat

Subject: Chemistry

Component

W5 Tu Date:2/3/15

W5 Th Date:2/5/15

W6 M Date:2/9/15

W6 W Date:2/11/15

W6 F Date:2/13/15

Learning Target How are concentrsations and pH related? Weak and strong acids / electrolytic properties Neutralization and titration Titrations Unit 10 test and review
CC Strand or CA standard   CH 5 CH 5 CH 5 CH 5
Technology
Materials
  Projector, computer, youtube, gas simulation Projector, computer, youtube Projector, computer, youtube Projector, computer, youtube
Warm Up {FM}What is the value of Kw at room temperature? What are the values of [OH-], [H+], and [H2O]? {FM}Draw a Venn diagram describing 3 theories of acids and bases - name them and show basic properties.   {FM} {FM}
Presentation Quick review - Q&A Identifying acids and bases.
pg 654 calculate pOH from pH and [OH]
Practice probs 27,28,29 HW: pg 654 #27-29
HW: pg 655 #30-31
Review scientific notation
Quiz - 50 pts.
Strong and weak acids
Class read pg 656
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Guided Practice Ex Prob pg 654 Ex Prob #5 pg 656 %nbsp %nbsp %nbsp
Independent Practice Practice probs pg 654 - 655 Practice probs pg 657 #32-33 %nbsp %nbsp %nbsp
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Exit
Assessment
What are the 2 steps to calculate pH from [OH-]? What assumption is made when calculating pH for a strong acid? %nbsp %nbsp %nbsp
Lesson
Modifications
         
Anticipated
Misunderstandings