Chapter 6 Test- Scheduled for Thursday, 3/16/17 (Posted Monday 3/12/17)
Use this test prep along with the study guide and test review in your textbook at the end of Chapter 6
Expect to see multiple choice, true and false (making false statements true), fill in the blanks, interpreting a diagram and graph, and 1 essay question.
*You will need to be able to apply what you've learned.
**Study your vocabulary!!
***Study your text book, your outline and copybook notes.
***You will be expected to interpret a graph regarding the solubility of substances at different temperatures, such as the graph in the online packet that you worked on on Friday, 3/10/17.
You must be able to explain the properties of acids, bases and neutral substances, and how these substances react in solution.
You must know how to interpret a pH scale. You should know common acids and bases and where they are found in nature or in the products we use.
Know all your vocabulary.
Prepare the following essay answer.
Describe and explain the differences amoung solutions, colloids, and suspensions..
See the rubric that comes after the questions? There are changes from the last time.
______ Completely incorrect answer
/ left blank (0/10)
_____ Partial Credit
(up to 7/10 pts)
*Partially correct, but missing some important information
*Partially correct, but went off-topic and included information not relevant to the question.
*On the right track, but explanation is incomplete.
*On the right track, but did not include examples where applicable.
____ Full credit
(up to 10 pts)
Points applied to partial or full credit answers:
_____Incorporated academic vocabulary ( up to 1 pt)
_____Organized thoughts into cohesive answer with good sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, capitalization (up to 3 pts)