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ACP Chemistry (821 SCML) at NSHS
Academic Year 2016-17

 
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Contents

Last update: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 10:06 AM

Term 3 Modules

  Description of Unit
Core Module 1 Chapters 1 – 9: Mid-Year Review
   Worksheet: Chapters 1 & 2
   Worksheet: Chapters 3 & 4
   Worksheet: Chapter 5
   Worksheet: Chapter 6
   Worksheet: Chapters 7 & 8
   Worksheet: Chapter 9
   Mid-Year Practice Exam: Tuesday, February 7, 2017.
   Mid-Year Exam New Day: Monday, February 13, 2017.
 
Core Module 2 Chapter 10: Energy
   Worksheet: The Big Mac Question
   Supplemental Reading/Worksheet: Section 10.1 – 10.2A
   Worksheet: Understanding the Calorie
   Worksheet: Understanding Food Calories
   Worksheet: Specific Heat Capacity
   Worksheet: Enthalpy and Chemical Reactions
   Lab / Activity: Heats of Combustion
   Worksheet: Hess's Law
   Lab / Activity: Hess's Law
   Worksheet: Section 10.4 Questions
   TLW: Section 10
   Module Topics
 

 

Term 3 Projects

  Project Description
Project 1 Chemistry in the News Presentation
   Checklist: Chemistry in the News
   Evaluation Rubric: Chemistry in the News
 
Project 2 Family Chemical Poster, Part 1
   Evaluation Rubric: Family Chemical Poster, Part 1
   Checklist: Family Chemical Poster, Part 1
 

 


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Grading Information

Your Term Grade

Each student earns only one letter grade at the end of each term, and one letter grade for the course at the end of the year. Each term grade for Chemistry 821M is based on the work completed that meets an established standard by the end of the term. Successful completion of four core modules is required to earn a grade of B− or higher. Students earn higher grades by successfully completing choice modules. Each module completed successfully earns one point toward the term grade. Term grades are based on the point scale as follows:

6 points A
5 points B+
4 points B−
3 points C
fewer than 3 points <C

Form more information about how grades are determined, please follow this link.

 

 

 
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