MW: The Material World

MW.A: Properties

MW.A.3: Properties of solutions

MW.A.3.f: Strength of electrolytes

MW.A.3.f.i: Qualitatively speaking, associates the strength of an electrolyte with its degree of dissociation

 Titration

MW.B: Changes

MW.B.3: Chemical changes

MW.B.3.e: Combustion

MW.B.3.e.ii: Explains a combustion reaction using the fire triangle

 Chemical Equations

MW.B.3.i: Types of bonds

MW.B.3.i.i: Covalent

MW.B.3.i.i.1: Defines a covalent bond as a bond resulting from a sharing of electrons

 Covalent Bonds

MW.B.3.i.i.2: Makes a schematic representation of a covalent bond

 Covalent Bonds

MW.B.3.i.i.3: Identifies molecules that feature a covalent bond (e.g. N2, CO2)

 Covalent Bonds

MW.B.3.i.ii: Ionic

MW.B.3.i.ii.1: Defines an ionic bond as a bond resulting from the gain or loss of electrons

 Ionic Bonds

MW.B.3.i.ii.2: Makes a schematic representation of an ionic bond

 Ionic Bonds

MW.B.3.l: Stoichiometry

MW.B.3.l.i: Determines the quantities of reactants or products using stoichiometric calculations (gram or mole)

 Chemical Equations
 Limiting Reactants
 Stoichiometry

MW.B.3.m: Endothermic and exothermic reactions

MW.B.3.m.i: Distinguishes an endothermic reaction from an exothermic reaction according to perceptible signs (e.g. temperature variations, emission of light)

 Chemical Changes

MW.B.4: Nuclear changes

MW.B.4.a: Nuclear stability

MW.B.4.a.i: Explains nuclear stability as the case where the nucleus of the atom is held together by an optimal number of neutrons

 Nuclear Decay

MW.B.5: Transformation of energy

MW.B.5.f: Effective force

MW.B.5.f.ii: Determines graphically the magnitude of the effective force in a given situation

 Determining a Spring Constant

MW.B.5.g: Relationship between work, force and distance traveled

MW.B.5.g.i: Describes qualitatively the relationship between the work done, the force applied on a body and the distance traveled by the body

 Pulley Lab

MW.B.5.g.ii: Applies the mathematical relationship between work, effective force and distance traveled (W = FΔd)

 Pulley Lab

MW.B.5.h: Relationship between mass and weight

MW.B.5.h.i: Describes qualitatively the relationship between mass and weight

 Pendulum Clock

MW.B.5.j: Relationship between kinetic energy, mass and speed

MW.B.5.j.i: Describes qualitatively the relationship between the kinetic energy of a body, its mass and its speed

 Inclined Plane - Sliding Objects

MW.B.5.j.ii: Applies the mathematical relationship between kinetic energy, mass and speed (Ek = ½mv²)

 Inclined Plane - Sliding Objects

MW.B.5.k: Relationship between work and energy

MW.B.5.k.i: Describes qualitatively the relationship between the work done on a body and the variation in energy within that body

 Pulley Lab

MW.B.5.k.ii: Applies the mathematical relationship between work and energy (W = ΔE)

 Pulley Lab

MW.C: Organization

MW.C.1: Structure of matter

MW.C.1.i: Neutron

MW.C.1.i.i: Describes the position and electrical charge of the neutron in an atom

 Element Builder

MW.C.1.j: Simplified atomic model

MW.C.1.j.i: Represents an atom of a given element using the simplified atomic model

 Bohr Model of Hydrogen
 Bohr Model: Introduction
 Element Builder

MW.C.1.n: Concept of the mole

MW.C.1.n.ii: Expresses an amount of a substance in moles

 Chemical Equations

MW.C.2: Periodic classification

MW.C.2.a: Atomic number

MW.C.2.a.i: Associates the atomic number of an element with the number of protons it has

 Element Builder

MW.C.2.b: Isotopes

MW.C.2.b.i: Defines isotopes as atoms of the same element whose nuclei have different numbers of neutrons and therefore different atomic masses

 Element Builder

MW.C.2.d: Periodicity of properties

MW.C.2.d.i: Describes the periodicity of certain properties of elements (e.g. chemical reactivity, atomic radius, electronegativity)

 Electron Configuration
 Element Builder

MW.F: Electricity and electromagnetism

MW.F.1: Electricity

MW.F.1.f: Kirchhoff’s laws

MW.F.1.f.i: Describes the distribution of current in various components of an electrical circuit

 Advanced Circuits
 Circuits

MW.F.1.f.ii: Determines the value of the current flowing in various components of a series or parallel circuit

 Advanced Circuits
 Circuits

MW.F.1.f.iii: Describes the distribution of the voltage across various components of an electrical circuit

 Advanced Circuits
 Circuits

MW.F.1.f.iv: Determines the value of the voltage across various components of a series or parallel circuit

 Advanced Circuits
 Circuits

MW.F.1.f.v: Determines the value of the equivalent resistance of a series or parallel circuit using Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s laws

 Advanced Circuits
 Circuits

MW.F.1.h: Coulomb’s law

MW.F.1.h.i: Applies the mathematical relationship between the electrical force, the magnitude of the electrical charges and the distance separating these charges (F = kq1 q2 /r²)

 Coulomb Force (Static)
 Pith Ball Lab

LW: The Living World

LW.A: Diversity of life forms

LW.A.1: Ecology

LW.A.1.h: Ecological footprint

LW.A.1.h.i: Explains the concept of ecological footprint

 Coral Reefs 1 - Abiotic Factors
 Coral Reefs 2 - Biotic Factors
 Food Chain

LW.A.1.i: Ecotoxicology

LW.A.1.i.ii: Bioaccumulation

LW.A.1.i.ii.2: Explains bioaccumulation in food chains (biomagnification)

 Food Chain

LW.A.1.i.iv: Toxicity threshold

LW.A.1.i.iv.2: Describes factors that influence the toxicity of a contaminant (e.g. concentration, characteristics of the environment into which it is released, nature of the organisms with which it is in contact, duration of exposure)

 Coral Reefs 1 - Abiotic Factors

LW.A.3: Genetics

LW.A.3.a: Heredity

LW.A.3.a.i: Defines heredity

 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.b: Gene

LW.A.3.b.i: Defines a gene as being, in most cases, a DNA segment that carries the code for synthesizing one or more proteins

 RNA and Protein Synthesis

LW.A.3.b.ii: Describes the composition (nitrogen bases, sugar, phosphate) and the overall structure (bonding of bases on the double helix) of a DNA molecule

 Building DNA

LW.A.3.c: Character trait

LW.A.3.c.i: Defines what an hereditary trait is

 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.c.ii: Names hereditary traits in an individual or population

 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.e: Homozygotes and heterozygotes

LW.A.3.e.i: Defines a homozygote as an individual with two identical alleles for a particular character trait

 Chicken Genetics
 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.e.ii: Defines a heterozygote as an individual with two different alleles for a particular character trait

 Chicken Genetics
 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.g: Genotype and phenotype

LW.A.3.g.i: Defines genotype

 Chicken Genetics
 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.g.ii: Defines phenotype

 Chicken Genetics
 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.g.iii: Describes an individual’s genotype and phenotype for a character trait (e.g. a bean with a Yellow phenotype may have a Yellow-Yellow genotype or a Yellow-Green genotype)

 Chicken Genetics
 Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium

LW.A.3.h: Protein synthesis

LW.A.3.h.i: Describes the role of DNA in protein synthesis

 RNA and Protein Synthesis

LW.A.3.h.ii: Explains the phenomena of transcription and translation of a strand of DNA

 RNA and Protein Synthesis

ES: The Earth and Space

ES.A: Characteristics of the Earth

ES.A.3: Hydrosphere

ES.A.3.g: Eutrophication

ES.A.3.g.ii: Explains how human activities accelerate the eutrophication of a body of natural water

 Coral Reefs 1 - Abiotic Factors

T: Techniques

T.B: Science

T.B.d: Using measuring instruments

T.B.d.vii: Uses vernier calipers appropriately

 Triple Beam Balance

T.C: Techniques common to Science and Technology

T.C.a: Verifying the repeatability, accuracy and sensitivity of measuring instruments

T.C.a.i: Takes the same measurement several times to check the repeatability of the instrument used

 Triple Beam Balance

T.C.a.ii: Carries out the required operations to ensure the accuracy of a measuring instrument (e.g. cleans and calibrates a balance, dries out a graduated cylinder, rinses and calibrates a pH-meter)

 Triple Beam Balance

T.C.a.iii: Chooses a measuring instrument by taking into account the sensitivity of the instrument (e.g. uses a 25-mL graduated cylinder rather than a 100-mL one to measure 18 mL of water)

 Triple Beam Balance

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