Accelerated Chemistry Semester Two
District Assessment Connection for South Dakota Core Standards
Indicator P-1: Describe structures and properties of, and changes in, matter.
|SCP1-03. Predict whether reactions will speed up or slow down as conditions change.
DDCM-27. Identify and describe the factors that influence the rate of a reaction.
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|SAP1-03. Identify five basic types of chemical reactions and predict the products.
DDCM-25. Identify and analyze the characteristics of acids and bases.
• Distinguish between strong and weak acids and bases
• Distinguish the differences between acids and bases as described by Arrhenius
DDCM-31. Explain the concept of neutralization and discuss how titrations can be used
with acids and bases in neutralization reactions.
DDCM-26. Perform calculations involving acids and bases
• Explain and calculate pH and pOH
• Explain how buffers resist changes in pH
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|SAP1-04. Describe factors that affect solution interactions.
DDCM-22. Calculate concentrations of solutions
DDCM-21. Describe solutions and solubility
• Discuss factors affecting solubility and rate of dissolving one substance in another
• Use polarity of molecules to relate solubility of substances
• Describe the characteristics of a solution
DDCM-34. Determine how the nature of a solute would affect colligative properties such
as freezing point, boiling point, and vapor pressure.
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|SAP1-05. Examine energy transfer as matter changes.
DDCM-32. Describe the factors of Thermodynamics and relate them to spontaneity.
• Explain how changes in enthalpy, entropy, and free energy affect the spontaneity
of chemical reactions and other processes.
• Seite thermal equations and use them to calculate changes in enthalpy
DDCM-33. Apply the concepts of heat to chemical reactions
• Distinguish between exothermic and endothermic reactions
• Measure and calculate the energy involved in chemical changes
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|SAP1-06. Perform stoichiometric calculations.
DDCM-19. Perform stoichiometric calculations.
• Identify the limiting reactant and solve problems based upon it
• Calculate the theoretical and percent yield of a chemical reaction
• Use Stoichiometry to convert between substances and chemical reactions
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|SAP1-07. Apply the kinetic molecular theory to solve quantitative problems involving pressure, volume, temperature, and number of moles of gas.
DDCM-20. Understand and apply the gas laws
• Use the laws of Boyle, Dalton, Gay-Lussac, and Charles to perform calculations
• Explain the concept of an ideal gas, and perform calculations
• Using the ideal gas law, use stoichiometry to convert between substances in
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|SAP1-09. Describe the characteristics of equilibria.
DDCM-23. Describe factors that affect chemical equilibrium
• Use LeChatelier's principle to explain reversible reactions in a closed system
• Describe the characteristics of chemical equilibrium
DDCM-24. Calculate and interpret Keq and Ksp
• Calculate and discuss the importance of equilibrium constants
• Determine the solubility of sparingly soluble compounds
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|DDCM-35. Identify and discuss the Theory of Intermolecular Forces.||8,9,10,11|
TOTAL QUESTIONS = 70 questions