April 15-19

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.

Standard 5: Investigate and apply principles of physical and chemical changes in matter.

5a. Write chemical formulas for compounds comprising monatomic and polyatomic ions.

 

 

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OBJECTIVE

(S)

Review metals, nonmetals, and mixed groups of the periodic table

Review metals, nonmetals, and mixed groups of the periodic table

Describe how a compound differs from its component elements.

Explain why the electric forces between oppositely charged electrons and protons are essential to forming compounds.

Explain why chemical bonding occurs.

Compare ionic and covalent compounds.

Identify the particles produced by ionic bonding and by covalent bonding.

Distinguish between a polar and a nonpolar covalent compound.

Explain how to determine oxidation numbers.

Write the formulas and names for ionic compounds.

Write the formulas and names of covalent compounds.

BELL

ACTIVITY

SATP2 Format

What are 3 allotropes of carbon?

Explain what each allotrope of carbon is used for.

Answer 1-5 on page 532

Read page 594

Name 3 uses of neon.

What other gases are used in neon lights besides neon?

Explain what a chemical formula is.

What is the chemical name and formula for cane sugar and vinegar?

Explain the difference between a covalent bond and an ionic bond.

MODELING

(The Teacher Will)

Review Chap 19 Elements and their Properties

 

Administer the test on chap 19 Elements and their Properties

Give notes on chapter 20 section 1

 

Give notes on chapter 20 section2

 

Give notes on Chap 20 sec3

 

Student

Practice

Answer 1-15 on pages 596-597 including the bubble maps

Element & Symbol Practice

 

Answer the Chap 19 Test on the Elements and their Properties

Answer elements & symbols practice

Answer the directed reading and reinforcement for chap 20 sec1

Determine the number of atoms and elements in a chemical formula

 

Answer elements & symbols practice

Answer the directed reading and reinforcement for chap 20 sec2

Determine whether a chemical formula contains an ionic bond, covalent bond, or metallic bond

 

Answer elements & symbols practice

Answer the directed reading and reinforcement for chap 20 sec3

Write the name of both ionic and covalent  compounds from a given formula name

 

Closure

 

 

Review study guides for the Chap 18 test

Review new vocab words in chap 19

Review chapter 20 sec 1 notes

Review chapter 20 sec 2 notes

Review chapter 20 sec 3 notes

Reteaching and Enrichment

Science Journals: Make a list of elements that were named after countries and scientists

Reteach any missed competencies from chap 18 test

 

Science Journals: Research the radioactive isotopes that are used in medicine.

Reteach any missed competencies from chap 18 test

Science Journals: Use dot diagrams with one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms to make an arrangement that gives the carbon and oxygen an octet

Reteach any missed competencies from chap 18 test

Science Journals: Research the work of Gilbert N. Lewis and write a paragraph about his contribution to dot diagrams

Retest chapter 18

 

Science Journals: Use the periodic table to identify the oxidation numbers of the elements in groups 1, 2, and 13-18. Then make a table for this info.

 

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