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Water

Scale

ChemCom 2014-2015

Learning
Target

I can identify units as being in the

metric scale
I can convert measurements of mass,
volume, and liters

I can identify the metric base units of

distance, volume, and mass
I can convert measurements of mass,
volume, and liters using dimensional
analysis

I can identify base units of metric

beyond distance, volume and mass
I can convert measurements of mass,
volume, and liters using dimensional
analysis and multiple units (density)

I can measure, using correct metric

units, distance, volume, mass, density

I can measure, using correct metric

units, distance, volume, mass, &
density using required level of
accuracy

I can calculate the amount of water

used you in a single day

I can calculate the amount of water

used you, your household, and your
class or school

cycle

water cycle

I can explain the

general trend of what
happens when water
heats and cools as it
relates to density or
life

aquatic life

terms density

I can calculate the amount of water

used you, your household, and your
class or school and identify areas I
can reduce water usage
I can model a water cycle that uses
accurate percentages and/or volumes
to indicate the amount of water
involved in each step
I can explain why 4C is important to
aquatic life, how it relates to the
density of water, and what
implications it has in terms of
dissolved oxygen and nutrients

and colloids

I can identify solutions, suspensions,

and colloids in liquids and non-liquids

I can identify as
either elements,
compounds, chemical
formulas and chemical
equations.

I can identify elements, compounds,

chemical formulas and chemical
equations.

I can model, draw or build atoms,

elements, compounds, chemical
formulas and chemical equations.

I can model, draw and build atoms,

elements, compounds, chemical
formulas and chemical equations.

Water 5b

I can identify that electrons

orbit the nucleus.

each orbital

I can model the full outer shell model for atoms in

the first three rows of the periodic table.

Water 5c

diagram

I can draw a Lewis dot diagram for an atom when

given its shell diagram

I can draw a Lewis dot structure for elements in the

first three rows of the periodic table

bond

Water 5d

ionic bonding.

I can draw or build a representation of the atom for

atoms beyond the third row of the periodic table
I can use the periodic table to determine the number
of valence electrons, and in turn, use this information
to model chemical bonds.
I can determine which element atoms are trying to
behave like by losing, gaining, or sharing electrons
based on their Lewis dot structures
I can compare and contrast covalent bonding and
ionic bonding.

I can identify a chemical

equation.
Ex. C + O CO2 is a chemical
equation, but it is not
balanced.

I can identify a balanced chemical equation.

Ex. C + O2 CO2 is a balanced equation

I can write and model a balanced a simple chemical

equation.
Ex. One carbon atom plus two oxygen atoms yields
one carbon dioxide molecule. The total number of
atoms is conserved.

I can write and model a balanced a complex

chemical equation.
Ex. A2B + CD2 2AD + CB

I can identify a
chemical equation

I can identify which way a chemical

reaction is proceeding

I can identify products and reactants

in a simple chemical reaction

I can identify products and reactants

in a complex chemical reaction

I can define polar and

non-polar molecules

I can identify images of polar and

non-polar molecules

I can define solvent,

solute, and solution

I can identify the solvent, solute in a

solution using a diagram

I can draw, build, or model the

interactions b/w polar and non-polar
molecules and explain why some
things dissolve and some do not in
different solvents
I can identify the solvent, solute in a
solution

I can compare and contrast the

behavior of polar and non-polar
molecules and explain how the
differences effect the ability to
dissolve
I can identify the solvent, solute in a
solution and create a diagram of the
dissolved substances in a solution

I can identify
solubility curves

I can identify solubility curves a being

for gases or solids based on their
shape

I can create a solubility curve for a

given solvent/solute using data
collected from a lab

I can set up a formula for calculating

solution concentration.
I can measure a liquid to see if it acid
or basic

I can predict whether a solvent will be

saturated, unsaturated, or
supersaturated using a solubility
curve
I can calculate solution concentration
for a given solution
I can identify substances as being
potentially acidic or basic based on
their chemical formula
I can identify different substance that
are in tap water

I can identify different substance that

are in tap /river water and identify
potential sources of the substances

Metric 1
Metric 2

I can identify units

I can recognize a
conversion must be
done in order to solve
a problem

Metric 3

Water 1

Water 2

Water 3

Water 4

Water 5

Water 5a

Water 5e

Water 6

Water 7

Water 8

Water 9
Water 10
Water 11

basic

not

Water 12

I can calculate solution concentration

when given the solutes and solvents.
I can write a chemical equation for a