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Unit Title: Acids, Bases, and Solutions
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Acids, Bases, Solutions
Brief Summary of Unit
Students will understand (that):
• Solutions are composed of solutes and solvents
• Many factors determine solubility and dissolving rates
• Acids and bases are measured using the pH scale
• How are acids and bases classified according to the pH scale?
• What are some differences and similarities between acids and bases?
• What is pH?
• What is created in a neutralization reaction?
• How do you neutralize a substance?
• What are some common household items that are considered acids and bases?
• What are two components in a solution and their characteristics?
• What are three types of solutions and how do they differ?
• What are the factors that affect dissolving rates?
• How do some solutions conduct electricity?
Students will know: (Knowledge)
• There is a relationship between pH and acid or base strength.
• Determine what is responsible for the strength of an acid or a base.
• The two components of a solution are the solute and solvent.
• Concentration refers to the strength/weakness of a solution.
• The presence of electrolytes indicates conductivity.
• Demonstrate the similarities/differences between unsaturated, saturated and supersaturated solutions.
Students will be able to do (Skills)
• Identify an acid or base on the pH scale.
• Compare and contrast properties of acids and bases.
• Classify household substances as either acids or bases.
• Observe factors that affect solubility rate.
• Graph/predict solubility.
• Compare and contrast different types of solutions.
• Cornell notes
• Collaborative groups
• Discovery or Inquiry learning
• Messing with Mixtures Lab
• Peer- Reviewed Lab Write- Up
• Pair students; students with high ability, low ability, and other.
• Extended time on tests or assignments
• Enhanced learning material
Relevant Content Vocabulary
Chapters 8 & 9
Suspension, colloid, emulsion solution solute solvent alloy polar hydrogen bond nonpolar solubility concentration saturated solution unsaturated solution supersaturated solution molarity
acid indicator electrolyte base pH neutralization reaction salt soap detergent disinfectant bleach antacid
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