Science & Nature
Chemistry Part 1 (5 Week)
In this 5 week course, students will explore some of the fundamentals of high school chemistry. This course is part 1 of a 3 part, comprehensive chemistry course.
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Twice per week
over 5 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Topics Covered: Week 1: Experimental Design (Meeting 1) Week 1: Numbers in Chemistry (Meeting 2) Week 2: Changes and Matter (Meeting 3) Week 2: Energy and Changes of Matter (Meeting 4) Week 3: Density, Mass and Weight (Meeting 5) Week 3: Atoms (Meeting 6) Week 4: Atomic Models (Meeting 7) Week 4: Quantum Numbers and Electron Configurations (Meeting 8) Week 5: The Periodic Table (Meeting 9) Week 5: Review and Final Exam (Meeting 10) Each lesson will include some form of lecture instruction...
This class is taught in English.
By the end of this course students will be able to... Evaluate and interpret graphical representation of experimental results Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative assessments Use scientific notation and dimensional analysis to convert between units of measurement Explain and give examples for types of changes that matter undergoes, such as physical and chemical changes Differentiate between mass and weight, and explain the relationship between mass and density Create models of atoms including subatomic particles Identify element isotopes Calculate average atomic mass for given elements Identify an element by its electron configuration and use electron configurations to create Lewis dot structures for elements Understand the organization of the periodic table and the information it contains about each element
Students may intermittently be given short assignments to complete outside of class meeting times. These assignments will be given to help introduce new topics, practice skills learned, and/or reinforce learning goals.
Students will benefit from having but are not required to have: -paper and pencil/pen -a calculator
Formative assessments will be given regularly in each class meeting to assess student learning and connections. Formative assessment information will be available upon parent request. The grade for this course will be determined by an optional Final Exam at the end of the 5 week class.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
There are no materials that you need to buy for this course. This course was created using the text reference: Constructing Chemistry (2nd edition) by Jason Neil
Amy Davis M.Ed. (she/her)
BS Chemistry; MS Secondary Education
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
81 total reviews
65 completed classes
I have a bachelor of science degree in chemistry with a minor in mathematics, and a master of science degree in secondary education with a minor in chemistry. I have been a certified 8-12 science teacher in Texas for the past 10 years, spending 5...