North Island Distance Education School


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Chemistry 12 FA 

Contact the Chemistry 12 teacher for help

To access the materials for the Chemistry 12 First Assignment: 

Go to: , then click on the ‘Chemistry 12 First Assignment’ course, sign in as ‘guest’ bottom of log-in screen. You will be prompted for a guest access password which is chemistry12navigate

Here is a video that shows the steps for accessing the FA in Moodle:


To submit:

  • scan and attach to an email to or attach to your registration form. You may need to resize your scanned images. You can find an online image resizer at


  • fax to 250-337- 2310

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  • mail to North Island Distance Education School
                2505 Smith Road Courtenay, BC
                Canada  V9J 1T6​ 

Please note! Photographs of assignments will not be accepted - assignments must be scanned, mailed or faxed. 

 It is recommended that students complete: Chemistry 11 or equivalent

View the complete Learning Outcomes for this course: Chemistry 11 & 12 Integrated Resource package (Chemistry 11 Learning Outcomes begin on page 16) 

Chemistry 12 is designed mainly for students who might study science, engineering, medicine, or technology at the post-secondary level. 


Unit 1 – Reaction Rates (First Assignment)

  • Math in Science (review)
  • Reaction rates
  • Collision Theory and heat of Reactions
  • Kinetic Energy and Reaction Mechanisms

Unit 2 – Equilibrium

  • Chemical Equilibrium
  • The Equilibrium Law
  • Equilibrium Calculations

Unit 3 – Solution Chemistry

  • Solubility
  • Saturated solutions
  • Ions in solutions


Unit 4 – Acids and Bases

  • Acids and Bases Introduction
  • Strength of Acids and bases
  • pH and pOH calculations
  • Elaborations on Acids and Bases
  • Titrations

Unit 5 – Redox Reactions

  • Electrochemistry
  • The Standard Reduction Table
  • Balancing Redox Reactions
  • The Electrochemical Cell




First Assignment (Learning Guide Unit 1)          10%

5 Projects                                                             20%

5 Unit Tests                                                          20%

Midterm Exam                                                     20%

Final Exam                                                          30%

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