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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 distance, volume, mass

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

I can identify a water


cycle

I can fill in the missing links on a


water cycle

I can model a water cycle

I can explain the


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

I can explain why 4C is important to


aquatic life

I can explain why 4C is important in


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

I can identify a liquid as a mixture

I can identify solutions, suspensions,


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.

I can identify an atom

I can identify the parts of an atom in a diagram

I can draw or build a representation of the atom

Water 5b

I can identify that electrons


orbit the nucleus.

I can identify the number of electrons that are in


each orbital

I can model the full outer shell model for atoms in


the first three rows of the periodic table.

Water 5c

I can recognize a Lewis dot


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

I can recognize a chemical


bond

I can identify covalent bonding and ionic bonding.

Water 5d

I can draw, build, or model covalent bonding and


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

I can define acid and


basic

I can determine if water is pure or


not

Water 12

I can calculate solution concentration


when given the solutes and solvents.
I can write a chemical equation for a
substances reaction when added to
water