Yr10 Chemical patterns


2013 Year10Cheexternal image placeholder?w=200&h=119mical Patterns

Key Concepts


SCIENCE UNDERSTANDING
The atomic structure and properties of elements are used to organise them in the periodic table.
Elaborations
Recognising that elements in the same group of the periodic table have similar properties
Describing the structure of atoms in terms of electron shells
Explaining how the electronic structure of the atom determines its position in the periodic table and its properties
Investigating the chemical activity of metals
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Timing 8 lessons

Science Quest
TEXTBOOK
SCIENCE Quest PRACTICALS / ACTIVITIES
SCIENCE Quest
HOMEWORK
OTHER ACTIVITIES/RESOURCES
1
1.1Patterns, Order and organisation p 166
Elements in the same group have similar properties. P168 to 170
Copy table “Patterns in the periodic table” p172
Suggestions:
Investigation 4.1 Chem properties of metals and non-metals.
Investigation 4.2 Comparing the properties of 2 metal families
Digital documents: (doc 8470) Revising Chemical patterns (Individual Pathways Activity 4.1 Revising chemical patterns)
Ques. From textbook – 1 to 5 p 173
Extension: ( doc 8471) –Investigating chemical patterns
Extension: Interactive: Time Out: 'Periodic Table'
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Words to Learn
Periods, groups, atomic number, relative atomic mass, noble gases, non metals, metals, transition metals, lustre, conductor, insulator, ductile, brittle
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4.2 Small but important p 174
Describing the structure of atoms in terms of electron shells
Explaining how the electronic structure of the atom determines its position in the periodic table and its properties
Interactive: Shell Shocked (int- 0676)
Draw the electron shell diagram for 4 different elements
Investigation 4.3 p 175. Flame Tests
Text book Ques: p176, q2, 3, 6, 7,

Words to Learn
Electron shell, electronic configuration,
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4.3 When atoms meet p 177
How are anions and cations made
Ionic compounds are formed by combining anions and cations
Summarise p177 to 178
Test book ques p178 q 1 to 5
Use electron dot diagrams to draw an ionic compound
Digital Documents Ionic bonding
Hmwk p178 q 6 to 8
Extension q10 p 178
Digital Documents Writing formula for ionic compounds
Words to Learn
Cation, anion, ionic compound,
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4.5 How Reactive p181
Investigating the chemical activity of metals
Investigation 4.4 p181 Investigating reactivity of metals
Read p 181 to 182
Copy How about that! Activity Series
P183 ques 6 – (poster to present results from Investigating reactivity of metals)
Hmwk p183 Q 1, 3
Words to Learn
Mineral ores, displacement reaction, smelting, alloy, bronze,
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Revision and test
Revise by doing p 191 q 1 to 15
Complete the online test at home.
Creating concepts and mind maps P 189, ques 1, 2, 3
Words to Learn
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Words to Learn
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2012 Topics

Key Concepts

Vocab

Assessment


  1. The properties of materials in terms of their constituent particles and forces holding them together.
  2. The way the materials can be modified to make them more useful for different situations
  3. The sustainable management of a resource.
  4. The way wastes are generated and managed in the processing of natural materials.
See vocab list below
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Practical write up – Student design; Testing a Consumer Product.

Test

Content

Suggested activities - you must do the ones in Red

Extension and other things


1.1: Properties of Metals- pure metals and alloys. How does the structure explain the properties.
Prac: Making Metal crystals (sheet)
Questions: 1-13 (p6)
Homework Book: 1.2 The alloy Nitinol (p5-6)
Draw a model of a metal showing the arrangement of atoms and electrons
Activity: How much is it worth? (p7-8) (students to provide coins)

Metallic bonds - videos at the bottom this link page
http://www.edurite.com/kbase/metallic-bond-animation
Bonding explained
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqjcCvzWwww

Watch this one _ I think there is a mistake here - can you find it?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rCNco2r1qw&feature=fvwp&NR=1

1.2 Mining for Metals – investigating different methods for mining metals based on their individual properties.
Techniques such as: electrolysis, roasting, smelting, froth flotation.
Recycling of metals.
Prac: Reactivity of metals (sheet)
Questions: 11-12 (p15)
Homework Book: 1.3 Extraction of metals (p7-8)
Prac: froth Flotation (p 17)
Questions: 1-10 (p15)
Prac: Electrolysis of copper (p18)
Questions: 13-21 &25 (p.15-16)
Homework Book: 1.4 Risk Assessment (p9-11)
What do the following companies mine and where do they mine
BHP
RIO
Fortescue
MMI

1.3 Corrosion of Metals – investigating the conditions that favour corrosion and how to protect against corrosion.
Prac: Corrosion of iron (p23)
Questions: 1-10 ( p22)
Homework Book: 1.5 Metal Experiment (p12-14)
Prac: Anodising aluminium (p24)
Questions: 12-14, 17-20 ( p22)


1.4: Plastics and Fibres – investigating the ways plastics are made via polymerisation, and types of plastics:- thermoplastic and thermosetting. How objects are made from plastics.
The difference and similarities between natural and synthetic fibres
Experimental Investigation Task
Prac: Identifying plastics (p33-34)
Questions: 1-9 ( p31-32)
Homework Book: 1.7 recycling (p17-19)
Prac: Making casein plastic (p34-35)
Questions: 10-21 ( p22)
Prac: Identifying Fibres (p36)
Experimental Design: Testing a Consumer product


1.5: Soaps and detergents – investigating the properties and structure of soap and how it cleans things.
Questions: 1-5, 7-9,11,12,17,18 (p.82)
Prac: Making Soap (sheet)
Prac: How hard is it? (p45)


Revision
Test







Vocab List

Metallic bonding
Crystal Lattices
Properties: malleable, ductile, conductors.
Alloys
Minerals, ore, mining, open-cut, overburden, gangue, froth flotation, electrolysis, blast furnace
Recycling
Galvanised iron
Corrosion
Anodising
Sacrificial protection
Organic
Plastic
Fibres
Biodegradable
Polymerisation
Monomers
polymers
Thermoplastic
Thermosetting
Properties: brittle, hard, rigid, chars
Moulding: injection, extrusion
Natural fibres
Synthetic fibres