April 1-5

Standard 4: Develop an understanding of the atom.

4a. Cite evidence to support the atomic theory.

4c. Research the history of the periodic table and summarize the contributions which led to the atomic theory4d. Utilize the periodic table to predict and explain patterns and draw conclusions about the structure, properties, and organization of matter.

 

 

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OBJECTIVE

(S)

1. Distinguish between the early models of atoms.

1.Identify the names and symbols of common elements

2.Idetify quarks as subatomic particles of matter

3.Describe the electron cloud model of an atom

4.Explain how electrons are arranged in an atom

1.Compute the atomic mass and mass number of an atom

2.Identify the components of isotopes

3.Interpret the average atomic mass of an element

1.Explain the composition of the periodic table

2.Use the periodic table to obtain information

3.Explain what the terms metal, nonmetal, and metalloid mean

Review structure of an atom, masses of an atom, and the periodic table

BELL

ACTIVITY

SATP2 Format

Write a short paragraph explaining what you already know about atoms.

Read page 498 What is the world’s coldest substance? What is cryogenics? What is oxyacetylene used for?

What are the 3 parts of an atom and give the charge of each?

What are quarks?

Explain the difference between atomic number and mass number.

Explain the difference between periods and groups of the periodic table

MODELING

(The Teacher Will)

Give notes on various atomic models

Give notes on chap 17 sec 1 Structure of an atom  Use visual aids, current language, give real world examples

Give notes on chap 17 sec 2 Masses of atoms  Use visual aids, current language, give real world examples

Give notes on chap 17 sec 3The periodic table Use visual aids, current language, give real world examples

Review chapter 17 properties of atoms & the periodic table

Student

Practice

Construct timelines of all or the early atomic models, practice elements & symbols

 

Chap 17 sec 1 section review (1-5) page 511

Answer ch 17 sec1 guided reading and reinforcement worksheets

Chap 17 sec 2 section review (1-5) page 515

Answer ch 17 sec2 guided reading and reinforcement worksheets Element & symbol practice

Chap 17 sec 3 section review (1-4) page 524

Answer ch 17 sec3 guided reading and reinforcement worksheets  

Chapter Review 1-18 page 530 & #20 on page 531

Chap 17 study guides

Element & symbol practice

Closure

 

 

Review atomic models

Review the structure of an atom

Review masses of atoms

Review the periodic table

Review study guides for chap 17 test

Enrichment

And

Reteaching

Any student who did not pass the test on chapter 16 will be retaught

 

Science Journals: Make a model of what you think will be the atomic model of the future

Any student who did not pass the test on chapter 16 will be retaught

 

Science Journals: Draw a diagram of the lithium atoms. Color code the protons, neutrons and electrons.

Any student who did not pass the test on chapter 16 will be retaught

 

Science Journals: Research how Rutherford discovered that most of the mass of an atom is in the nucleus of an atom.

Any student who did not pass the test on chapter 16 will be retaught

 

Science Journals: Draw diagrams of the nuclei of carbon-12, carbon-13, and carbon-14

Retest chapter 16

 

Science Journals: Research and identify the newest synthesized element. Write the element’s name, atomic number, isotope, half-life, aand where the element was discovered.

 

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