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GradE 11 ChEMistry 30s,a Course for independent study. Mani t oba E duc at ion, Manitoba Education Cataloguing in Publication data. Grade 11 chemistry a course for independent study,includes bibliographical references. isBN 13 978 0 7711 5389 1,1 Chemistry study and teaching secondary. 2 Chemistry Programmed instruction,3 Chemistry study and teaching secondary Manitoba.
4 Correspondence school and courses Manitoba,5 distance education Manitoba. i Manitoba Manitoba Education, Copyright 2013 the Government of Manitoba represented by the Minister of. Manitoba Education,school Programs division,Winnipeg Manitoba Canada. Every effort has been made to acknowledge original sources and to comply with. copyright law if cases are identified where this has not been done please notify. Manitoba Education Errors or omissions will be corrected in a future edition. sincere thanks to the authors and publishers who allowed their original material. to be used, all images found in this document are copyright protected and should not be. extracted accessed or reproduced for any purpose other than for their intended. educational use in this document, any websites referenced in this document are subject to change Educators are.
advised to preview and evaluate websites and online resources before. recommending them for student use,Disponible en fran ais. Available in alternate formats upon request,Acknowledgements vi. Introduction 1,Introduction 3,What Will You Need 3. How Will You Know How You re Doing 4,Practice Exams and Their Answer Keys 6. How Is This Course Organized 6,What If You Need Help 7.
How Much Time Will You Need 7,When and How Do You Send In Your Assignments 9. What Are the Guide Graphics For 12,Module 1 Physical Properties of Matter 1. Introduction 3,Lesson 1 States of Matter 5,Lesson 2 Kinetic Molecular Theory 19. Lesson 3 Phase Changes 35,Lesson 4 Vapour Pressure 45. Lesson 5 Graphing Vapour Pressure 55,Module 1 Summary 65.
Module 1 Learning Activity Answer Keys,Contents iii. Module 2 Gases and the Atmosphere 1,Introduction 3. Lesson 1 Gases in the Atmosphere 5,Lesson 2 Gas Pressure 13. Lesson 3 Gas Pressure and Volume Part A 21,Lesson 4 Working with Significant Figures 29. Lesson 5 Gas Pressure and Volume Part B 39,Lesson 6 Temperature and Volume Part A 47.
Lesson 7 Temperature and Volume Part B 53,Lesson 8 Gas Pressure and Temperature Part A 65. Lesson 9 Gas Pressure and Temperature Part B 71,Lesson 10 The Combined Gas Law 77. Lesson 11 Application of the Gas Laws 89,Module 2 Summary 97. Module 2 Learning Activity Keys,Module 3 Chemical Reactions 1. Introduction 3,Lesson 1 Atomic Mass and Isotopes 5.
Lesson 2 Polyatomic Compounds 17,Lesson 3 Atomic Mass Units 41. Lesson 4 Balancing Chemical Equations 47,Lesson 5 Chemical Reactions 61. Lesson 6 The Mole 71,Lesson 7 Molar Volume 79,Lesson 8 Interconversions 97. Lesson 9 Empirical and Molecular Formulas 111,Module 3 Summary 123. Module 3 Learning Activity Answer Keys,iv Grade 11 Chemistry.
Module 4 Stoichiometry 1,Introduction 3,Lesson 1 Interpreting a Balanced Equation 5. Lesson 2 Stoichiometry Part 1 13,Lesson 3 Stoichiometry Part 2 29. Lesson 4 Limiting Reactant 39, Lesson 5 Laboratory Experiment Limiting Reactant Investigation 53. Lesson 6 Stoichiometry Applications 61,Module 4 Summary 71. Module 4 Learning Activity Answer Keys,Module 5 Solutions 1.
Introduction 3,Lesson 1 Types of Solutions 5,Lesson 2 The Structure of Water 15. Lesson 3 The Solution Process 21, Lesson 4 Dissolving Polar and Non Polar Substances 33. Lesson 5 The Solubility Curve 39,Lesson 6 Solving Solubility Problems 47. Lesson 7 Solubility of Gases 57, Lesson 8 Freezing Point Depression and Boiling Point Elevation 61. Lesson 9 Concentration 71,Lesson 10 Preparing a Solution 83.
Lesson 11 Dilutions 91,Lesson 12 Concentration Applications 105. Lesson 13 Our Water Supply 109,Module 5 Summary 113. Module 5 Learning Activity Keys,Contents v,Module 6 Organic Chemistry 1. Introduction 3,Lesson 1 The Chemistry of Carbon 7,Lesson 2 Hydrocarbons 17. Lesson 3 Alkanes 29,Lesson 4 Isomers of Alkanes 49.
Lesson 5 Alkenes 57,Lesson 6 Alkynes 71,Lesson 7 Aromatic Hydrocarbons 85. Lesson 8 Common Alcohols 95,Lesson 9 Organic Acids 105. Lesson 10 Esters 113,Lesson 11 Chemistry and Industry 125. Lesson 12 Issues Related to Organic Chemistry 131,Module 6 Summary 141. Module 6 Lesson Activity Keys,Appendices 1,Appendix A Glossary 3.
Appendix B Web Resources 19, Appendix C Names Formulas and Charges of Common Ions 23. Appendix D Common Ions 25,Appendix E Periodic Table of Elements 27. Appendix F Alphabetical Listing of the Elements and. Their Atomic Masses 29,Appendix G Table of Electronegativities 31. Appendix H List of SLOs Found in Each Lesson 33,vi Grade 11 Chemistry. aCkNoWlEdGEMENts, Manitoba Education gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the following individuals in the.
development of Grade 11 Chemistry 30S A Course for Independent Study. Course Writer Heather Marks Winnipeg School Division. Course Reviewer Angela Russenholt Louis Riel School Division. Development Team Steven Boyko St Boniface Diocesan High School. George Bush Independent Consultant,Kent Lewarne Prairie Spirit School Division. Angela Russenholt Louis Riel School Division, Manitoba Education Louise Boissonneault Document Production Services Unit. school Programs division Coordinator Educational Resources Branch. Lynn Harrison Document Production Services Unit,Desktop Publisher Educational Resources Branch. Gilles Landry Development Unit, Project Manager Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch. Grant Moore Document Production Services Unit,Publications Editor Educational Resources Branch.
John Murray Development Unit, Project Leader Instruction Curriculum and Assessment Branch. acknowledgements vii,GradE 11 ChEMistry 30s,introduction. GradE 11 ChEMistry,CoursE iNtroduCtioN,introduction. Welcome to Grade 11 Chemistry Chemistry is the fascinating study of the. interactions between matter and energy While you have already been studying. some chemistry in every science course from Kindergarten to Grade 10 this. will be your first full course dedicated to the study of chemistry. Why study Chemistry, Not only is chemistry interesting but it also helps you to understand the world. around you and how things work Everything is made up of chemicals and. chemistry helps to explain how everyday things like medication adhesives. glues gasoline concrete hair colouring paint lipstick and deodorant work. Chemistry explains how soap removes dirt how food gets cooked faster in a. pressure cooker and why salt is put on icy roads If you know some chemistry. you can make better choices in your everyday life,Who uses Chemistry.
Everybody does Fire fighters artists nurses truck drivers doctors dentists. plumbers pharmacists environmentalists physical therapists hairdressers. chefs and veterinarians learn about chemistry and then use that knowledge in. their jobs So when you start researching different programs of study at. universities and colleges you ll find that you need Grades 11 and 12 Chemistry. in order to be admitted to many of them,What Will you Need. required resources, n Molecular Model Kit You will need to have access to this kit in Module 6. in order to construct models of molecules You can purchase it through the. Manitoba Text Book Bureau at 1 866 771 6822 or www mtbb mb ca Ask. for stock item number 7765, n Camera You will need access to either a film camera or a digital camera to. take pictures of the molecules that you construct in Module 6 If you are. using a digital camera and have access to email then you could email the. introduction 3, n Scientific or Graphing Calculator You will need access to either a scientific. calculator or a graphing calculator throughout the course and when writing. the midterm and final examinations, n Notebook You will need one in which to answer the questions from your.
learning activities,optional resources, n Photocopier It would be very helpful if you had access to a photocopier. That way you could make a copy of your assignments before sending them. in so that if your tutor marker wants to discuss an assignment with you. over the phone each of you will have a copy It would also allow you to. continue studying or complete additional lessons while your original work. is with the tutor marker, n Computer with Internet Access There are some lessons where website. links are offered as sources of information or for supplementary reading. However if you do not have access to a computer you can still complete. the course, You do not need access to a textbook All of the content is fully developed in. the Grade 11 Chemistry Independent Study course,how Will you know how you re doing. You will know how well you are learning the course material by how well you. complete the following components of the course,learning activities.
Learning activities have been designed to let you assess how well you are. learning by answering questions and comparing your answers to the answer. keys at the end of each module If your answers are correct you can continue. with the lesson If they aren t it means that you did not learn the things that. you were supposed to Therefore you need to go back and learn them If you. don t learn the information then you won t understand the lessons that follow. Make sure that you complete each learning activity Besides giving you. feedback they will help you practice what you have learned and prepare you. to successfully complete your assignments and exams Many of the questions. on the exams will be similar to the questions in the learning activities Do not. mail learning activities to your tutor marker,4 Grade 11 Chemistry. assignments, Every module contains assignments that you will be sending to your. tutor marker for assessment The assignments are worth 50 of your final. mark In order to do well on your assignments you should complete all. learning activities first and check your answers against the answer keys that are. provided Remember to keep all assignments that have been marked and. returned to you until you have finished the course so that you can use them to. study from in preparation for your exams,Midterm and Final Exams. The course contains a midterm exam and a final exam You will write them. both under supervision You are allowed to use a scientific or graphing. calculator during the exams, The midterm exam is based on Modules 1 to 3 and is worth 20 of your final. mark in the course You will write the midterm when you have completed. Module 3 In order to do well on the midterm exam you should review the. work that you completed during Modules 1 to 3 including all the learning. activities and assignments, The final exam is based on Modules 1 to 6 and is worth 30 of your final mark.
in the course You will write the final exam when you have completed. Module 6 In order to do well on the final exam you should review all the work. that you completed during Modules 1 to 6 including all the learning activities. and assignments Please note that 80 85 of the final exam is concentrated on. Modules 4 to 6, You are responsible to apply to write your exams That will prompt staff from. the Independent Study Option office to send them to your proctor Here is how. you can do that, n If you are attending school ask your school s ISO Facilitator to add your name. to the ISO exam eligibility list Do this at least three weeks prior to the next. scheduled exam week, n If you are not attending school check the Examination Request Form for options. available to you The Examination Request Form was mailed to you with. this course Three weeks before you are ready to write your exam fill in the. Examination Request Form and mail or fax it to,ISO Registration. 555 Main Street,Winkler MB R6W 1C4,Fax 204 325 1719.
Module 1 Physical Properties of Matter 1 Introduction 3 Lesson 1 States of Matter 5 iv Grade 11 Chemistry Module 2 Gases and the Atmosphere 1 Introduction 3 Lesson 1 Gases in the Atmosphere 5 Lesson 2 Gas Pressure 13 Lesson 3 Gas Pressure and Volume Part A 21 Lesson 4 Working with Significant Figures 29 Lesson 5 Gas Pressure and Volume Part B 39 Lesson 6 Temperature and Volume

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