K to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – General Chemistry 1 and 2 Curriculum Guide

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Published on 2018 September 20th

Curriculum Guide of K to 12 Senior High School STEM Specialized Subject – General Chemistry 1 and 2 for Grade 11

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K to 12
Grade 11
Atoms, Molecules, and Ions Chemical Bonding Ionic Bonds Chemical Kinetics Chemical Equilibrium Acid-Base Equilibria and Salt Equilibria
Explain how the basic laws of
matter (law of conservation of
mass, law of constant composition,
law of multiple proportion) led to
the formulation of dalton’s atomic
theory Describe dalton’s atomic theory Differentiate among atomic
number, mass number, and
isotopes, and which of these
distinguishes one element from
another Write isotopic symbols Recognize common isotopes and
their uses. Differentiate among atoms,
molecules, ions and give examples Represent compounds using
chemical formulas, structural
formulas and models Give the similarities and differences
between the empirical formula and
molecular formula of a compound Name compounds given their
formula and write formula given
the name of the compound (lab) practice chemical
nomenclature: writing the chemical
formulas of ionic compounds;
naming ionic compounds from
formulas Relate the stability of noble gases
to their electron configuration State the octet rule Relate the stability of noble gases
to their electron configuration State the octet rule Determine the charge of the ions
formed by the representative
elements and relate this to their
ionization energy or electron
affinity, valence electron
configuration and position in the
periodic table Draw the lewis structure of ions Predict the formula of the ionic
compound formed by a metal and
non-metal among the
representative elements Lewis structure of ionic compounds List the properties of ionic
compounds and explain these
properties in terms of their
structure (lab) perform exercises on
writing lewis structures of
ions/ionic compounds and
molecules Describe covalent bonding in terms
of electron sharing Apply the octet rule in the
formation of molecular covalent
compounds Write the formula of molecular
compounds formed by the
nonmetallic elements of the
representative block Draw lewis structure of molecular
covalent compounds Explain the properties of covalent
molecular compounds in terms of
their structure. Determine the polarity of a bond
based on the electronegativities of
the atoms forming the bond Describe the geometry of simple
compounds 17. (lab) determine and/or observe
evidence of molecular polarity Describe how various factors
influence the rate of a reaction Write the mathematical
relationship between the rate of
a reaction, rate constant, and
concentration of the reactants Differentiate zero, first-, and
second-order reactions Write the rate law for first-order
reaction Discuss the effect of reactant
concentration on the half-time
of a first-order reaction Explain the effect of
temperature on the rate of a reaction Explain reactions qualitatively in
terms of molecular collisions Explain activation energy and
how a catalyst affects the
reaction rate Cite and differentiate the types
of catalysts (lab)determine the effect of
various factors on the rate of a
reaction Describe reversible reactions Explain chemical equilibrium in
terms of the reaction rates of the
forward and the reverse reaction Write expressions for the reaction
quotient/equilibrium constants Explain the significance of the
value of the equilibrium constant. Calculate equilibrium constant and
the pressure or concentration of
reactants or products in an
equilibrium mixture State the le chatelier’s principle
and apply it qualitatively to
describe the effect of changes in
pressure, concentration and
temperature on a system at
equilibrium (lab) describe the behavior of a
reaction mixture when the
following takes place:
a. change in concentration of
reactants or products
b. change in temperature (lab) perform calculations
involving equilibrium of gaseous
reactions Define bronsted acids and bases Discuss the acid-base property of
water Define ph Calculate ph from the
concentration of hydrogen ion or
hydroxide ions in aqueous
solutions Determine the relative strength of
an acid or a base, from the value
of the ionization constant of a
weak acid or base Determine the ph of a solution of
weak acid or weak base Explain the common ion effect Describe how a buffer solution
maintains its ph Calculate the ph of a buffer

solution using the henderson-
hasselbalch equation Explain and apply the solubility
product constant to predict the
solubility of salts Describe the common ion effect on
the solubility of a precipitate Explain the effect of ph on the
solubility of a precipitate (lab) determine the ph of
solutions of a weak acid at
different concentrations and in the
presence of its salt (lab)determine the behavior of
the ph of buffered solutions upon
the addition of a small amount of
acid and base

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