Lesson number: Title (from syllabus sheet)

Lesson number: Title (from syllabus sheet)

FEATHERSTONE HIGH SCHOOL A Leading Edge School Science Department Lesson plan Lesson title: Teacher information Resources/Equipment (e- learning): 1) 2) Technicians list: Strips or small pieces of the metals: magnesium, zinc, iron, and copper. Solutions: copper sulfate, zinc sulfate, iron sulfate, and magnesium sulfate. Provision: 1) EAL: 2) SEN: Role of TA: 1) 2) 3) 08:00

Syllabus/Unit Code: Chemistry Unit 4: Chemical Patterns Lesson Number: 4 Lesson Title: Metal Displacement Reactions Learning Outcomes How I did Learning outcome 1: Organise metals into reactivity series based on these patterns. Level 5 I am working at I can move up to level .....because .... level... by Connector: ............................... ................... (Level 4) What does the I am workingword at

I can move up to level .....because .... level... by displacement ............................... it ................... mean? Use in a sentence Learning outcome 2: Predict how certain metals may react with other substances. Level 6 Learning outcome 3: Represent displacement reactions by balanced symbol equations. Level 7 I am working at level .....because .... ............................... ................... Targets

I can move up to level... by 08:00 Extended Learning Research information and Collect Secondary data on: Research common metals used in construction. Explain the properties that make them suitable for their roles. Due date: Next lesson Research Report Criteria (6 marks total = Level 7): 1) Range of different reliable sources used and references included (books/internet/survey etc), 2) Information written in own words

3) Clear and logical structure to research report including pictures/diagrams which have been referenced 4) No evidence of copy and paste! 08:00 BIG picture Key Question: How is this lesson relevant to every What skills will you be developing this lesson?day life? Scientific Investigation- by Research and collecting secondary data, planning and collecting primary data, Analysis and Evaluation. Numeracy- by using formulae in calculations Literacy- by writing well structured sentences and paragraphs ICT- by using Laptops and electronic resources Personal skills- team work, leadership

Thinking and Learning- organisation, logic, participation, memory, exploration, creativity, judgement, planning, practice. Reflection- through self or peer assessment of each Learning Outcome Quick Discussion: What do you already know? 08:00 Keywords: Reactivity series Metal Displacement Metal oxide

Metal hydroxide Salt Here are some of the words we will be using this lesson 1) Create sentences which use the keywords correctly. 2) Put your hand up if there is any key word from the list that you dont know the meaning of. 08:00 Match the following Think about it in silence!!! Metals This is formed when a metal reacts with oxygen. Metal oxide

Most of these are shiny and good conductors of electricity and heat. Metal hydroxide Hydrogen A salt Reactivity series This is a colourless gas found in all acids. This is a compound consisting of a metal plus oxygen and hydrogen. This is a metal compound formed when a metal reacts with an acid. This is an arrangement of metals in the order of how vigorously they react with oxygen, water and dilute acid. New Information for Learning Outcome 1

Explore and Discover: Visual: Audio: Kinaesthetic: 08:00 Reactivity series (Task 1) copper, gold, magnesium, potassium, iron, calcium, silver, zinc, sodium. Using evidence from your work, arrange above metals into an order of reactivity with the most reactive metal at the top and least reactive metal at the bottom. Evidences are the results recorded in your book (Reaction of metals with Oxygen, acids and water) Extension: Make a pneumonic for your reactivity series. The Reactivity Series Potassium Peter Please

Pneumonics Sodium Said Stay To help you remember: Calcium Careful Calm The first letter of each metal is the first letter of each word in a sentence. Magnesium My Mary Try to make up your own! Most Reactive

Aluminium Annoying At Zinc Zebra Zebra X-ings Iron In Indicator Lead London Lights Copper Can Can Silver Smell Stay Gold Grotty Green Least reactive

To help us remember Please Stop Calling My Zebra In Class, She Grunts! Grrrunt!!! Potassium Sodium Calcium Magnesium Zinc Iron Copper Silver Gold

The reactivity series please send charlies monkeys and zebras in lead cages securely guarded! What is the order of reactivity? Keywords: Demonstrate your Learning for Outcome 1 Evaluate (L7) Judge Justify Defend Decide Agree Value Prove Check Criticise

Recommend Support Test Apply (L5) Use Build Execute Develop Construct Identify Plan Select Solve Organise Apply Model Remember (L3) Who What When Where Why Which How Match 08:00 List Choose Name Define Spell Tell Describe Create (L8) Create Evaluate Combine construct Develop Imagine Design Change Improve Discuss Create Invent Suppose Put together Make up Synthesise

Which task(s) will you Analyse (L6) Analyseto choose Take apart Compare Classify complete? Examine List Distinguish Try to target Simplify Theme Conclude Apply a level higher Motive Discover than your current level. Understand (L4) Understand Remember Explain what when where how Rephrase Demonstrate Summarise Contrast Show Predict Compare Clarify Illustrate Categorise

Learning Outcome 1: Review Go back to your Learning Outcome grid and fill out the How I did and the Targets column. Learning Outcome How I did Targets I am working at level .....because . ........................... .......................... I can move up to level... by Learning Outcome 1: Level 5

08:00 New Information for Learning Outcome 2 Explore and Discover: Visual: Audio: Kinaesthetic: 08:00 Last weekends football results: Gold Coast 0 - 6 Potassium Utd Copper City 1 - 2 Magnesium Town Sodium Athletic

3 - 2 Iron Wanderers What do you think the league table looks like? The Heavy Metal Championship 1 Potassium Utd 2 Sodium Athletic 3 Magnesium Town 4 Iron Wanderers 5 Copper City 6 Gold Coast The Reactivity of Metals What will happen if you put these two together Magnesium and Copper Sulphate ? The Reactivity of Metals What about a real chemical reaction? Magnesium and Copper Sulphate

Magnesium + Copper Sulphate Copper + Magnesium Sulphate The Reactivity of Metals Angelina is more reactive than Jennifer. so Angelina displaces Jennifer and wins Brad! When does displacement happen? If the metal is more reactive than the metal in the compound, it competes with the less reactive metal. more reactive less reactive more reactive less reactive + + metal metal metal metal compound compound

If the metal is less reactive than the metal in the compound, it will not compete and so there is no reaction. less reactive metal reactive + moremetal no reaction compound animation Keywords: Demonstrate your Learning for Outcome 2 Evaluate (L7) Judge Justify Defend Decide Agree Value Prove Check Criticise

Recommend Support Test Apply (L5) Use Build Execute Develop Construct Identify Plan Select Solve Organise Apply Model Remember (L3) Who What When Where Why Which How Match 08:00 List Choose Name Define Spell Tell Describe Create (L8) Create Evaluate Combine construct Develop Imagine Design Change Improve Discuss Create Invent Suppose Put together Make up Synthesise

Which task(s) will you Analyse (L6) Analyseto choose Take apart Compare Classify complete? Examine List Distinguish Try to target Simplify Theme Conclude Apply a level higher Motive Discover than your current level. Understand (L4) Understand Remember Explain what when where how Rephrase Demonstrate Summarise Contrast Show Predict Compare Clarify Illustrate Categorise

Learning Outcome 2: Review Go back to your Learning Outcome grid and fill out the How I did and the Targets column. Learning Outcome How I did Targets I am working at level .....because . ........................... .......................... I can move up to level... by Learning Outcome 2: Level 6

08:00 New Information for Learning Outcome 3 Explore and Discover: Visual: Audio: Kinaesthetic: 08:00 Investigating reactivity You are going to perform a series of reactions to see the reactivity series in action. You will be testing the relative reactivity of magnesium, zinc, iron, and copper. Copy the Table into your book magnesium sulfate magnesium zinc iron copper

copper zinc sulfate iron sulfate sulfate Investigating reactivity Method: Collect the metals and solutions and 3 test tubes and a test tube rack Measure 10mL of each sulfate you need to test into the test tubes Carefully place the metal into the test tube Repeat with each metal Record if there was a reaction in your table Complete the word equations of the reactions that occurred New Information for Task 3 Write the word equations and balanced symbol equations for the chemical reactions you have carried out. Displacement of sulfates magnesium

magnesium + Mg magnesium + Mg + copper sulfate CuSO4 zinc sulfate + ZnSO4 magnesium +

iron sulfate Mg + FeSO4 magnesium + sulfate MgSO4 + copper magnesium + sulfate MgSO4 +

zinc magnesium + sulfate MgSO4 + iron Cu Zn Fe Displacement of sulfates zinc zinc + magnesium sulfate

no reaction zinc + iron sulfate zinc sulfate + iron Zn +

FeSO4 ZnSO4 + Fe zinc + copper sulfate zinc sulfate

+ copper Zn + CuSO4 ZnSO4 + Cu Displacement of sulfates iron iron

+ magnesium sulfate no reaction iron + zinc sulfate no reaction iron +

copper sulfate iron sulfate + copper CuSO4 FeSO4 + Cu Fe

+ Displacement of sulfates copper copper + magnesium sulfate no reaction copper + zinc sulfate

no reaction copper + iron sulfate no reaction Displacement reactions activity Displacement reactions Use the reactivity series to predict if each mixture will react and complete the word equation. +

aluminium oxide magnesium + iron chloride magnesium chloride silver + zinc oxide no reaction

copper nitrate magnesium copper + gold nitrate magnesium oxide + aluminium +

iron + gold Keywords: Demonstrate your Learning for Outcome 3 Evaluate (L7) Judge Justify Defend Decide Agree Value Prove Check Criticise Recommend Support Test Apply (L5) Use Build Execute Develop Construct Identify Plan Select Solve Organise Apply Model Remember (L3)

Who What When Where Why Which How Match 08:00 List Choose Name Define Spell Tell Describe Create (L8) Create Evaluate Combine construct Develop Imagine Design Change Improve Discuss Create Invent Suppose Put together Make up Synthesise Which task(s) will you Analyse (L6) Analyseto choose Take apart Compare Classify complete?

Examine List Distinguish Try to target Simplify Theme Conclude Apply a level higher Motive Discover than your current level. Understand (L4) Understand Remember Explain what when where how Rephrase Demonstrate Summarise Contrast Show Predict Compare Clarify Illustrate Categorise Learning Outcome 3: Review Go back to your Learning Outcome grid and fill out the How I did and the Targets column. Learning Outcomes How I did

Targets I am working at level .....because . ........................... .......................... I can move up to level... by Learning Outcome 3: Level 7 08:00 The Reactivity of Metals True or False? Silver reacts quickly with other substances FALSE

The Reactivity of Metals True or False? Sodium could displace copper from copper sulphate solution TRUE The Reactivity of Metals True or False? Gold could displace silver from silver nitrate solution FALSE The Reactivity of Metals True or False? Sodium can be used for constructing bridges Explosion FALSE

True or false? Multiple-choice quiz Complete the following reactions: 1) Lithium + water Lithium hydroxide + hydrogen 2) Lithium + hydrochloric acid Lithium chloride + hydrogen 3) Silver + oxygen Silver oxide 4) Magnesium + sulphuric acid Magnesium sulphate + hydrogen 5) Potassium + oxygen

6) Aluminium + oxygen 7) Manganese + water 8) Sodium + sulphuric acid 9) Lithium + oxygen 10) Nickel + hydrochloric acid Potassium oxide Aluminium oxide Manganese hydroxide + hydroge Sodium sulphate + hydrogen Lithium oxide Nickel chloride + hydrogen Reactivity Series Review Swap books with the person next to you and look over their work. Write a WWW and EBI statement. Stand up if you have developed some skills this lesson? What are they? Tell the person next to you three things you have learnt this lesson.

Did you successfully complete tasks at your target level? If not, what do you need to do next in order to meet your target level? Record this in your diary to be done as part of your extended learning at home. Is there any part of the lesson you think you need to go over again next lesson? How will you remember what you have learned today for your exam? 08:00

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