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TEACHING TIMELINE

2014-2015

KINGSDALE

FOUNDATION

SCHOOL

5 HOURS PER WEEK

START 1st September 2014

A2 Chemistry

Unit 4: General Principles of Chemistry I Rates, Equilibria and

Further Organic Chemistry

4.3 How fast? rates (pages 10-32 textbook) 11 hours total teaching

(Core practicals 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3)

Lesson

number

1

Date (week

beginning)

1st Sept

Lesson title

Techniques to measure rate of reaction

Specification

references

4.3b

4.3 How fast? rates (pages 10-32 textbook) 11 hours total teaching

(Core practicals 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3)

Lesson

number

Date (week

beginning)

st

1 Sept

Lesson title

Specification

references

4.3b

4.3a

reaction

equation from experimental data

measurements.

4.3f(ii, iii)

4.3d

4.3a

(controlled assessment opportunity: activity

A2C4)

4.3f(v), g

step

4.3a, f(iv), h, j

propanone

4.3e, i

5

6

8th Sept

Topic assessment

4.4 How far? Entropy (pages 34-48 textbook) 8 hours total teaching

(Core practicals 4.4 and 4.5)

Lesson

number

Lesson title

Specification

references

What is entropy?

4.4b, c, d

4.4e, f

reactions

iv)

4.4h, i, j

thermodynamic stability and kinetic

inertness

4.4k, l, m

15th Sept

22nd Sept

4.4n, o, p

entropy of solution

Topic assessment

Core practicals 4.6 and MS4.6

Lesson

number

1

2

th

29 Sept

Lesson title

Specification

references

4.5a, b, c, e

4.5e

Core practicals 4.6 and MS4.6

Lesson

number

Lesson title

Specification

references

4.5a, b, c, e

4.5e

4.5g

th

29 Sept

assessment opportunity

4.6 Application of rates and equilibrium (pages 64-70) 3 hours total teaching

Lesson

number

Lesson title

Specification

references

and catalysis affect an equilibrium

4.6a

constant (if at all) and the interplay with

rate of reaction

processes

4.6b

cost and atom economy

4.6c, d

th

6 Oct

Topic assessment

(Core practicals 4.7, 4.8, 4.9, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12) ALLOW TIME FOR PRACTICALS

Lesson

number

1

13th Oct

Lesson title

What are acids and bases?

Specification

references

4.7a, b, c

4.7d, f (i, ii)

variety of substances

bases

4.7d, e

4.7h

4.7g

4.7i

4.7j

20th Oct

3rd Nov

titration

(internal assessment opportunity:

activity A2C1)

4.7l

4.7k, l

10

4.7m

Topic assessment

titration

activity A2C1)

4.7l

4.7k, l

10

4.7m

Topic assessment

(Core practicals 4.13, 4.14, 4.15, 4.16, 4.17, 4.18)

Lesson

number

Date (week

beginning)

Lesson title

Specification

references

4.8.1a, b

4.8.1c

4.8.1d

solubility

4.8.2a, b

4.8.2c(iv)

properties and preparation

4.8.3a, b, c

10th Nov

17th Nov

Synthesis of esters

10

11

24th Nov

12

4.8.3d(iv)

Reactions of esters

4.8.4a, c

Polyesters

4.8.4d

4.8.4a, b

Topic assessment

Lesson

number

Date (week

beginning)

Lesson title

Specification

references

c

4.9b(iv)

resonance imaging

4.9d

4.9e

st

1 Dec

8th Dec

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2B4)

Topic assessment

Christmas assessment and controlled assessment retakes

8th Dec

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2B4)

Topic assessment

Christmas assessment and controlled assessment retakes

5.3 Redox and the chemistry of the transition metals (pages 146-191)

Core practicals 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10, 5.11.

Minimum 25 hours teaching including practicals and controlled assessments

Lesson

number

1

Date (week

beginning)

5th Jan

Lesson title

Linking oxidation number and reaction stoichiometry

Redox titrations with potassium manganate(VII)

Specification

references

5.3.1a, b

5.3.1h(i)

5.3.1h(ii)

5.3.1c

5.3.1d, e, f

of reactions (vanadium)

Hydrogen and alcohol fuel cells

5.3.1j

5.3.1k

5.3.2a, b, c

iv)

10

feasibility of forming different oxidation states of a

transition metal

5.3.1g and

5.3.2d(i), f(i)

5.3.2e, f, g(i)

12

5.3.2e, f, g(ii)

13

iv)

14

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2D2)

5.3.2g(iii)

15

hydroxide

5.3.2j

11

16

12th Jan

19th Jan

26th Jan

17

with aqueous sodium hydroxide

18

Observation exercises

(internal assessment opportunity: activities A2B1,

A2B2, A2B3, A2B4)

19

5.3.2h, i

20

5.3.2l

Topic assessment

February half term assessment and controlled

assessment retakes

5.3.2k

19

5.3.2h, i

20

5.3.2l

Topic assessment

February half term assessment and controlled

assessment retakes

Minimum 28 hours teaching including practicals and controlled assessment

Core practicals 5.12, 5.13, 5.14, 5.15,5.16, 5.17

Lesson

number

1

Date (week

beginning)

23rd Feb

Lesson title

Evidence for the structure of the benzene ring

Specification

references

5.4.1a

bromine, and with fuming sulphuric acid

vi)

5.4.1b(v),d

Reactions of phenol

5.4.1e

2nd March amines

iii, iv),c

chloride and halogenoalkanes

5.4.2b(v)

5.4.2d

10

Properties of polyamides

5.4.2h

11

5.4.2a(ii), i(i)

12

5.4.2i(ii, v)

13

5.4.2i(iii)

14

Proteins

5.4.2i(iv)

15

5.4.3a

16

5.4.3b, c

17

5.4.3d(i)

18

5.4.3d(ii, iii)

19

5.4.3d(v)

20

5.4.3f (iix)

21

rd

23 March Practical techniques in organic synthesis

5.4.3f (iix)

22

5.4.3f (iix)

23

5.4.3d(iv)

24

25

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2D1)

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2M1)

26

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2M1)

5.4.3e

22

5.4.3f (iix)

23

5.4.3d(iv)

24

25

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2D1)

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2M1)

26

(internal assessment opportunity: activity A2M1)

Topic assessment

Easter assessment/controlled assessment/controlled

assessment retakes

Easter holidays-two weeks

12th May

5.4.3e

The textbook used is Edexcel Chemistry for A2: Ann Fullick and Bob McDuell

You can find a comprehensive list of what you need to learn for each topic on the self assessment end of topic check lists.

AUTUMN TERM

Topic

How fast? Rates of

chemical change

Equilibria

Application of rates

and equilibrium

Acid / Base

Equilibria

Skills Developed

Concentrationtime and Rateconcentration graphs, Using graphs and initial rate data

including consecutive half lives.

to find the order of a reaction with respect

Reaction mechanisms and Rate-determining steps

to an individual species.

- SN1 and SN2 mechanisms.

Activation energy and use of the Arrhenius equation.

Feasibility of reactions in terms of S total, Kc.

Mathematical Enthalpy, entropy

Solubility in terms of entropy and enthalpy.

Thermodynamic and kinetic stability.

Effect of temperature on entropy and reaction

feasibility.

The idea of an equilibrium constant, calculations

Mathematical pH calculations.

involving Kc and Kp

Dterminatiin of an equilibrium constant

, Kc and Kp calculations.

Relating entropy to equilibrium constants

How temperature, pressure and catalyst affect an Mathematical yield, cost and atom

equilibrium constant

economy calculations.

Choosing conditions for inudstrial processes

Controlling reactions for safety, yield, cost and atom

economy

History of Acid / Base theory up to Brnsted-Lowry.

pH and hydrogen ion concentration.

Mathematical pH calculations.

Ka, pKa, Kw and pKw.

pH of strong and weak acids effects of dilution.

Finding the ka for a weak acid, kw and

Titration curves and indicators.

pKa of acids.

Finding Ka from half neutralisation point.

Buffers: action, uses and calculations.

pH titrations and titration curves.

Enthalpy of neutralisation.

Chapter 1.1

pg 10-32

Chapter 1.2

pg 34-48

Chapter 1.3

pg 50-62

Chapter 1.4

pg 64-70

Chapter 1.5

pg 72-96

SPRING TERM

Transition metals

and their chemistry

transition elements and ions.

Ligands, complex ions and ligand exchange.

Precipitation / deprotonation reactions.

Redox reactions of Vanadium.

Chemistry of copper.

Chemistry of chromium.

Catalytic action of transition metals.

Uses of transition metals and their compounds.

Ligand exchange and deprotonation

reactions.

Qualitative analysis

Identification of transition metal cations.

Chapter 2.2

pg 168-191

Equilibria

Application of rates

and equilibrium

Acid / Base

Equilibria

Mathematical Enthalpy, entropy

Solubility in terms of entropy and enthalpy.

Thermodynamic and kinetic stability.

Effect of temperature on entropy and reaction

feasibility.

The idea of an equilibrium constant, calculations

Mathematical pH calculations.

involving Kc and Kp

Dterminatiin of an equilibrium constant

, Kc and Kp calculations.

Relating entropy to equilibrium constants

How temperature, pressure and catalyst affect an Mathematical yield, cost and atom

equilibrium constant

economy calculations.

Choosing conditions for inudstrial processes

Controlling reactions for safety, yield, cost and atom

economy

History of Acid / Base theory up to Brnsted-Lowry.

pH and hydrogen ion concentration.

Mathematical pH calculations.

Ka, pKa, Kw and pKw.

pH of strong and weak acids effects of dilution.

Finding the ka for a weak acid, kw and

Titration curves and indicators.

pKa of acids.

Finding Ka from half neutralisation point.

Buffers: action, uses and calculations.

pH titrations and titration curves.

Enthalpy of neutralisation.

Chapter 1.2

pg 34-48

Chapter 1.3

pg 50-62

Chapter 1.4

pg 64-70

Chapter 1.5

pg 72-96

SPRING TERM

Transition metals

and their chemistry

transition elements and ions.

Ligands, complex ions and ligand exchange.

Precipitation / deprotonation reactions.

Redox reactions of Vanadium.

Chemistry of copper.

Chemistry of chromium.

Catalytic action of transition metals.

Uses of transition metals and their compounds.

Ligand exchange and deprotonation

reactions.

Qualitative analysis

Identification of transition metal cations.

Chapter 2.2

pg 168-191

The textbook used is Edexcel Chemistry for A2: Ann Fullick and Bob McDuell

You can find a comprehensive list of what you need to learn for each topic on the self assessment end of topic check lists.

AUTUMN TERM

Topic

How fast? Rates of

chemical change

Equilibria

Application of rates

and equilibrium

Acid / Base

Equilibria

Skills Developed

Concentrationtime and Rateconcentration graphs, Using graphs and initial rate data

including consecutive half lives.

to find the order of a reaction with respect

Reaction mechanisms and Rate-determining steps

to an individual species.

- SN1 and SN2 mechanisms.

Activation energy and use of the Arrhenius equation.

Feasibility of reactions in terms of S total, Kc.

Mathematical Enthalpy, entropy

Solubility in terms of entropy and enthalpy.

Thermodynamic and kinetic stability.

Effect of temperature on entropy and reaction

feasibility.

The idea of an equilibrium constant, calculations

Mathematical pH calculations.

involving Kc and Kp

Dterminatiin of an equilibrium constant

, Kc and Kp calculations.

Relating entropy to equilibrium constants

How temperature, pressure and catalyst affect an Mathematical yield, cost and atom

equilibrium constant

economy calculations.

Choosing conditions for inudstrial processes

Controlling reactions for safety, yield, cost and atom

economy

History of Acid / Base theory up to Brnsted-Lowry.

pH and hydrogen ion concentration.

Mathematical pH calculations.

Ka, pKa, Kw and pKw.

pH of strong and weak acids effects of dilution.

Finding the ka for a weak acid, kw and

Titration curves and indicators.

pKa of acids.

Finding Ka from half neutralisation point.

Buffers: action, uses and calculations.

pH titrations and titration curves.

Enthalpy of neutralisation.

Chapter 1.1

pg 10-32

Chapter 1.2

pg 34-48

Chapter 1.3

pg 50-62

Chapter 1.4

pg 64-70

Chapter 1.5

pg 72-96

SPRING TERM

Transition metals

and their chemistry

transition elements and ions.

Ligands, complex ions and ligand exchange.

Precipitation / deprotonation reactions.

Redox reactions of Vanadium.

Chemistry of copper.

Chemistry of chromium.

Catalytic action of transition metals.

Uses of transition metals and their compounds.

Ligand exchange and deprotonation

reactions.

Qualitative analysis

Identification of transition metal cations.

Chapter 2.2

pg 168-191

Equilibria

Application of rates

and equilibrium

Acid / Base

Equilibria

Mathematical Enthalpy, entropy

Solubility in terms of entropy and enthalpy.

Thermodynamic and kinetic stability.

Effect of temperature on entropy and reaction

feasibility.

The idea of an equilibrium constant, calculations

Mathematical pH calculations.

involving Kc and Kp

Dterminatiin of an equilibrium constant

, Kc and Kp calculations.

Relating entropy to equilibrium constants

How temperature, pressure and catalyst affect an Mathematical yield, cost and atom

equilibrium constant

economy calculations.

Choosing conditions for inudstrial processes

Controlling reactions for safety, yield, cost and atom

economy

History of Acid / Base theory up to Brnsted-Lowry.

pH and hydrogen ion concentration.

Mathematical pH calculations.

Ka, pKa, Kw and pKw.

pH of strong and weak acids effects of dilution.

Finding the ka for a weak acid, kw and

Titration curves and indicators.

pKa of acids.

Finding Ka from half neutralisation point.

Buffers: action, uses and calculations.

pH titrations and titration curves.

Enthalpy of neutralisation.

Chapter 1.2

pg 34-48

Chapter 1.3

pg 50-62

Chapter 1.4

pg 64-70

Chapter 1.5

pg 72-96

SPRING TERM

Transition metals

and their chemistry

transition elements and ions.

Ligands, complex ions and ligand exchange.

Precipitation / deprotonation reactions.

Redox reactions of Vanadium.

Chemistry of copper.

Chemistry of chromium.

Catalytic action of transition metals.

Uses of transition metals and their compounds.

Ligand exchange and deprotonation

reactions.

Qualitative analysis

Identification of transition metal cations.

Chapter 2.2

pg 168-191

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