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Validation and Integration/Consolidation of the NCBTS-BASED TOS for LET

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Domain 4:
Curriculum
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Teacher
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Domain 4:
Curriculum
Strand 4.1:
Teacher
demonstrates
mastery of the
subject
INT0OD,CTION
Nature of Science
CHE.IST0/
I. Matter: Its
Composition and
Its roperties
II. !tomic and
Distin"uish bet#een $ualitati%e and $uantitati%e obser%ations on objects
or phenomena
!pply a scheme for classification
Identify the hypothesis that underlies an e&perimental desi"n
Select appropriate tools and procedures in conductin" in%esti"ation
and'or sol%in" problems
Identify %ariables in%ol%ed in an in%esti"ation
Interpret data accurately in an appropriate table( chart or "raph
Dra# conclusions based on the a%ailable data
Ma)e predictions based on conclusions from scientific e&perimentation
*%aluate the social implications of contro%ersial science and technolo"y
issues
Classify matter accordin" to characteristic properties into: elements and
compounds+ substances and mi&tures+ metals( nonmetals and
metalloids+ acids( bases and salts
,i%e uses of materials based on their properties
Identify properties of sub-atomic particles
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Molecular
Structure
III. Chemical 1onds
I2.Conser%ation of
Matter and
Stoichiometry
2. ,ases( 3i$uids
and Solids
2I.!cids and
1ases
2II. Solutions
erform calculations in%ol%in" mass number( atomic number( number of
protons( electrons and neutrons
Identify the "roup and period #here each element belon"s
Select #hich model represents atoms( ions and molecules
!pply the %alence shell electron pair repulsion theory in predictin"
molecular "eometry
Differentiate the three types of chemical bondin": ionic( co%alent and
metallic bonds
4se the periodic table to predict the types of bondin" that #ill occur
bet#een specific elements
Compare the different types of intermolecular forces and relate these to
their physical properties
Identify #hich la# of chemical combination applies to a particular
situation
Determine the type of chemical reaction 5i.e.( combustion( neutrali6ation(
o&idation-reduction( sin"le and double replacement( analysis( and
synthesis7 sho#n in a "i%en situation
1alance a chemical e$uation that represents reactions rele%ant to daily
life
Sol%e stoichiometric problems based on the mass relationships in
chemical reactions
Compare the properties of "ases( li$uids and solids in terms of the
)inetic molecular theory
Sol%e $uantitati%e problems based on the combined and ideal "as la#s
!pply the "as la#s in e%eryday acti%ities
Compare properties of acids and bases
8elate p0 %alues to e%eryday phenomena
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Domain 4:
Curriculum
Strand 4.1:
2III. Chemical
Thermodynamics
I:. Chemical
;inetics and
*$uilibrium
:. <r"anic and
1iochemistry
:I.Nuclear
rocesses
+H/SICS
l. hysical
=uantities and
2ectors
Identify factors that affect the de"ree of solubility and rate of solubility
,i%e the importance of electrolytes in li%in" systems
*&press solution concentration in percent by mass( mole fraction(
molarity and normality
,i%e some uses of colloids in food preparation( industry and in
pharmaceutical products
Differentiate heat from temperature
Identify the methods of heat transfer in %arious systems
Differentiate e&othermic and endothermic reactions
Distin"uish specific heat( heat of %apori6ation( heat of fusion( heat
capacity( heat of reaction and combustion
Identify en%ironmental phenomena #hich use the concepts of entropy
and enthalpy
Identify the factors affectin" effecti%e collision
Determine #hich factor affects the rate of a "i%en reaction
!pply 3e Chatelier>s principle to predict ho# e$uilibrium conditions
chan"e #hen a system is disturbed
Classify simple or"anic compounds based on their formulas and
properties
Compare the properties of or"anic compounds and inor"anic compounds
,i%e the importance of each of the biomolecules
!pply the principles of radioacti%e decay in the synthesis of ne#
elements
1alance nuclear e$uations
,i%e applications of radioacti%e elements in medicine( industry and
en%ironment
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demonstrates
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ll. Mechanics
III. *lectricity and
Ma"netism( and
*lectronics
I2. Thermodynamics
2. Modern hysics
Differentiate %ectors and scalar $uantities
!naly6e resultant %ector $uantities
!naly6e $uantitati%ely the motion of objects and the forces actin" on
them
Infer ho# force and ener"y affect the motion of objects
8elate #or)( po#er and ener"y
4se Ne#ton>s 3a#s of Motion to e&plain e%eryday phenomena
!pply conser%ation of ener"y on physical problems in%ol%in" mo%in"
objects
Differentiate parallel and series circuits
Determine the current( potential difference and resistance in a series and
parallel circuits
8elate current( %olta"e and resistance
!naly6e ener"y transformations and transfer that occur in a system in
terms of the 3a# of Conser%ation of *ner"y
Identify the properties of electroma"netic #a%es and ho# they are used
in communication technolo"y
Sol%e problems in%ol%in" electricity and ma"netism
!pply the different la#s on electricity and ma"netism to real life
situations
Characteri6e the electronic tools and components used in common
household appliances
Characteri6e ho# heat is transferred in solids( li$uids and "ases by
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demonstrates
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subject
2I. 3i"ht and
,eometric <ptics
EA0TH
AND S+ACE
I. ,*<3<,@
II. 0@D8<3<,@
conduction( con%ection and radiation
Sol%e for heat re$uired'released for a system to chan"e from one state
to another
!pply thermodynamic principles in refri"eration( air conditionin"( and
en%ironmental phenomena
Compare fusion and fission as processes of ener"y production
Select situations #here *instein>s Theory of 8elati%ity is applied
,i%en a physical situation in%ol%in" relati%istic motion( apply 3orent6
%elocity transformations
Identify situations that e&hibit photoelectric effect
!pply the properties of #a%e interference( refraction( reflection and
diffraction in li"ht
4se Snell>s la# to calculate incident and refracted an"les of a li"ht ray at
the interface bet#een media of %aryin" densities
redict the direction of the reflected li"ht usin" the la# of reflection
8elate dispersion to the color separation of #hite li"ht as it tra%els
throu"h the prism at non-normal incidence
Identify the different types of polari6ation and the different methods of
polari6in" li"ht
Describe $ualitati%ely the intensity of the scattered li"ht as it %aries #ith
#a%elen"th
Differentiate a con%er"in" lens from a di%er"in" lens
8elate focal len"th to the object'ima"e hei"ht and distance in mirrors
and lenses
Characteri6e the different layers of *arth>s interior and the processes
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III. M*T*<8<3<,@
I2. !ST8<N<M@
ENVI0ON.ENT
that occur in each layer
Describe the different mo%ements of the *arth and its relation to the
occurrences of the different natural phenomena
*&plain ho# #eatherin" and erosion shape the surface of the earth
,i%e #ays ho# %olcanism and diastrophism can be helpful and
detrimental to people
Identify the processes in the hydrolo"ic cycle and their effects on the
en%ironment
Differentiate fresh and salt #ater in terms of properties and composition
Infer ho# bodies of #ater are interrelated
Differentiate the types of #eather disturbances
!naly6e ho# the interaction of *arth>s surface( #ater and air affect
#eather and climate
Characteri6e the different layers of *arth>s atmosphere and ho# these
affect life on earth
Compare the physical properties of *arth and other planets in the solar
system
!naly6e ho# *arth is affected by other bodies in space
*%aluate the impact of space e&ploration on humans( animals( plants
and the physical en%ironment
!naly6e ho# the $uality of the en%ironment and $uantity of *arth>s
resources are affected by the "ro#in" population
*&amine ho# human acti%ities contribute to and help conser%e
resources for the present and future "enerations 5sustainability7
Identify situations that demonstrate interconnectedness amon" *arth>s
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