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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