April 8-12

Standard 4: Develop an understanding of the atom.

4.a. Cite evidence to summarize the atomic theory.

4.d.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)

Review the structure of an atom, mass of atoms, and the periodic table.

Review the structure of an atom, mass of atoms, and the periodic table.

A, Describe the properties of a typical metal.

B. Identify the alkali metals and the alkaline earth metals.

C. Differentiate among the 3 groups of transition metals.

A. Identify hydrogen as a nonmetal.

B. Compare and contrast properties of the halogens.

C. Describe properties and uses of the noble gases.

A. Distinguish between metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.

B. Explain the significance of differences in crystal structure in carbon.

C. Explain the importance of synthetic elements.

BELL

ACTIVITY

SATP2 Format

Explain what electron dot diagrams are.

Read page 560

Explain the contribution of each of the following scientists: Rutherford, Hahn, Meitner, and Fermi.

Read page 528

1. How could scientists estimate Greenland’s past air temperatures?

2.  Based on the scientist’s analysis, what do they think happened to the Norse?

  1. Name the properties of metals.
  2. Name the 3 metal groups.
  3. Name the groups of the transuranium elements.
  1. Name the properties of nonmetals.
  2. Explain what diatomic molecules are.

 

MODELING

(The Teacher Will)

View and explain the DVD: Hunting the Elements by NOVA

Administer the test on chapter 17 properties of atoms & the periodic table

Give notes on Ch. 19 sec1

 

Give notes on Ch19 sec2

 

Give notes on Ch19 sec3

 

Student

Practice

Answer questions about the DVD: Hunting the Elements by NOVA

Test on chapter 17 properties of atoms & the periodic table

Define vocab words in chap 19

Page 525 periodic table Lab

Answer self check 1-4 on page 577

Ch 19 sec1 Directed Reading & Reinforcement

Element & Symbol Practice

Answer Self Check 1-5 on page 582

Ch 19 sec2 Directed Reading & Reinforcement

Element & Symbol Practice

Answer Self Check 1-5 on page 591

Ch 19 sec3 Directed Reading & Reinforcement

Element & Symbol Practice

Closure

 

 

Review for Chapter 17 test

Review new vocab words in chapter 19

Review Chap 19 sec1 notes

Review Chap 19 sec2 notes

Review Chap 19 sec3 notes

Reteaching and Enrichment

Science Journals: Write a paragraph explaining five new things that you learned from the Elements video.

Any student who did not pass the Chap 17 test will be retaught

 

Science Journals:

Create an atomic model of an element of the periodic table giving the correct number of protons, neutrons, and electrons

Any student who did not pass the Chap 17 test will be retaught

 

Science Journals: Research which elements were first used by humans, when and how.

 

Any student who did not pass the Chap 17 test will be retaught

 

Science Journals:

List metal objects that you come in contact with. Explain what metals are in these objects and put an asterisk by each transition metal.

Retest on chap 17

 

Science Journals:

Reasearch the work done by Marie and Pierre Curie and write about it in your journals.

 

 

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