Chemical and Material Science En Version: 07-08


 
Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Science

 
SCMSE1
Students will analyze mathematically material and energy balances within industrial chemistry.
Element: SCMSE1.a
Solve material balance problems for the flow rates within the chemical process.
Element: SCMSE1.b
Solve material balance problems for compositions of streams in a chemical process.
Element: SCMSE1.c
Solve energy balance problems to account for the different forms of energy in a chemical process.
 

 
SCMSE2
Students will analyze chemical reaction and separation techniques.
Element: SCMSE2.a
Define the characteristics of chemical reactions based upon reaction rates and apply characteristics to reaction vessel design and residence time.
Element: SCMSE2.b
Distill selected chemical and understand the rationale for the distillation process.
Element: SCMSE2.c
Demonstrate understanding of liquid-liquid extraction.
Element: SCMSE2.d
Demonstrate understanding and application of chemical absorption and stripping.
 

 
SCMSE3
Students will understand the design and function of industrial equipment used for chemical processes.
Element: SCMSE3.a
Apply chemical and physical understanding to reactor designs and functions, including reaction rates and residence time.
Element: SCMSE3.b
Apply physical understanding, including energy transfer, to the design and use of heat exchangers.
Element: SCMSE3.c
Compare and contrast columnar design and purpose for chemical production, including distillation, liquid-liquid extraction, and absorbing and stripping processes.
 

 
SCMSE4
Students will understand the structure, properties, and function of material categories.
Element: SCMSE4.a
Compare and contrast the five main categories of materials (ceramics, polymers, composites, metals, and semiconductors).
Element: SCMSE4.b
Relate material structure and properties to material function.
Element: SCMSE4.c
Understand the how and why of material selection for different engineering applications.
 

Select Authors

Hold the Ctrl key to select
more than one name

Close | Save

Edit Unit Overview

The Unit Overview is a clear, concise, focused synopsis of the unit and includes interesting, succinct descriptions of the learning activities in support of the objectives.

Close | Save

Edit Subquestions

The Guiding Sub-questions are related, relevant, and connected to exploring the Essential Question. They are higher level questions and are specific enough to guide the work of the unit. (Subquestions must be entered one at a time and updated . . . they are numbered automatically.)

Close | Save

Edit Assessment Plan

Begin writing a unit by establishing what you want students to know and be able to do and planning how you will know "what they know". This Assessment Plan is a general plan (specific assessment instruments are in the teaching procedures); this section should both help you to plan and to give teachers an idea of the varied types of assessment that will be used in the unit. Be sure to include informal checks of understanding, student self-assessment, and authentic assessment. Include pre and post assessment.

Close | Save

Edit Keywords

Enter critical vocabulary necessary to the Unit..

Close | Save

Edit Classroom Preparation

Classroom preparation for implementation includes notes on preparing the classroom (i.e. ideas for organization, flexible grouping, technologies needed, etc.).

Close | Save

Edit Preparation for Students

Preparation for students includes notes on preparing the learner such as possible misconceptions students may have, ideas of pre-exposure for learners, and prerequisite lessons. It includes ideas for accelerated learning.

Close | Save

Edit Unit Resources

Unit Resources include general, global resources that might include bookmarks, books, periodicals, media and software. URLs need to be provided for each resource to identify a source from which it can be obtained. Resources might include those purchased as part of an adoption. More specific resources will be referenced within the teaching procedures.

Close | Save

Edit Teaching Procedures

Description Coming Soon

Close | Save

Edit Comments

Description Coming Soon

Close | Save