Learning Goals for Rotation One

Learning GoalsBy the end of this rotation I will be able to:

  • research and analyze current issues in our province to show that you understand the impact chemicals can have on society and the environment
  • you will refresh your understanding of Bohr diagrams
  • you will complete WHMIS training and have a level of safety so that you can do lab investigations
  • you will complete a introductory lab
Activity One: Chemical Valley

Computer:  Chemical Valley – Share your thoughts…

Why is knowledge about chemicals and chemical reactions important to everyone in society?

Ontario’s chemical industry directly employs over 50 000 people, who created and sold products worth over $22 billion in 2008.  The chemical industry has had many positive effects on Ontario’s economy. However, as with many human activities, the chemical industry can have unintended negative effects…

Read page 152 in textbook – look through the links posted in the ‘Hood…

The Aamjiwnaang First Nation Reserve and Chemical Valley – chemicals are everywhere, but the use and disposal of chemicals comes with a responsibility to the environment

*Please look up information that has been posted since this all started.  Are there any developments that are important in this case?

Create a podcast to share your thoughts about this issue and how understanding chemical interactions and reactions within the environment (and us) is important to society!!  This will be posted on the website under the post (due in two days time).

Activity Two: Böhr Diagrams
  • Read the review article – Periodic Table and Böhr ‘n’ Diagrams note.
  • Practice the Böhr diagrams on the Smart Board – using a SMART notebook file (save and email to Ms Faulkner).
  • Each group mate is required to do 3 Bohr diagrams – from the first 24 elements (Before you start the worksheet)
  • Complete the ‘Böhr Diagrams’ worksheet and the ‘Ionic Charge and the Element Group’  (collumns A-D).
  • Check your ‘Böhr Diagrams’ against the answer key and submit to Ms Faulkner
Activity Three: Reading

Use your textbook ‘Investigating  Science 10’, read and note p142-144 and 146 (do questions 1-4), and  148 (do questions 1-4).

Each group member must submit their own answers.

Check your work against the answer key and submit to Ms Faulkner

Activity Four: WHMIS training

You will complete the WHMIS worksheet and check your answers with the answer key.  Your lab map and answers will be submitted to Ms Faulkner directly.

Activity Five: Calcium and Water Lab

(Coming Soon!)