STANDARDS
GSE
S8P1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the structure and properties of matter.
a. Develop and use a model to compare and contrast pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures.

e. Develop models (e.g., atomic-level models, including drawings, and computer representations) by analyzing patterns within the periodic table that illustrate the structure, composition, and characteristics of atoms (protons, neutrons, and electrons) and simple molecules.




Problem Based Learning: Problem for this unit is as follows:
You are an element on the periodic table. You’re tired of working by yourself, and you want to find other elements to work with. In order to do this, you need to identify key information about yourself that you can provide to others to help determine if you are able to work together. You will write a resume using the information about your element.

TEST DATE: November 12RESUME DUE: due by beginning of class November 1
STUDY GUIDE:
Jeopardy Test Review



HELPFUL TOOLS:






NOTES






INTERACTIVE PERIODIC TABLES:http://www.webelements.com/
BEST SITE--> http://www.chemicalelements.com/
http://periodic.lanl.gov/index.shtml http://www.ptable.com/


VIDEO PERIODIC TABLE: http://www.periodicvideos.com/


APPS: There are free periodic table apps you can download on your device


assignments



Fri 10/20
video: hunting the elements


Mon 10/23
1. Introduce the PROBLEM for this unit:
Element Resume problem PBL Statement - OL.pptx
Element Resume problem PBL Statement - OL.pptx
Element Resume problem PBL Statement - OL.pptx



PBL
ÒYou are an element on the periodic table. You’re tired of working by yourself, and you want to find other elements to work with. In order to do this, you need to identify key information about yourself that you can provide to others to help determine if you are able to work together.

TEMPLATE:
ELEMENT RESUME TEMPLATE.docx
ELEMENT RESUME TEMPLATE.docx
ELEMENT RESUME TEMPLATE.docx




Element Resume Rubric Scoring Sheet

Element Resume Score Sheet.docx
Element Resume Score Sheet.docx
Element Resume Score Sheet.docx


HOMEWORK: Have the students do a little research on their own and select an element that they would like to be. (grade)
We suggest for on level classes that you limit their choices to:
  • Groups 1, 2 13-18, periods 1-4



Tues 10/24
BEGIN BY GIVING THE STUDENTS A COPY OF THE RESUME DIRECTIONS FOR THEM TO KEEP IN THEIR NOTEBOOKS
ResumeOfElement.doc
ResumeOfElement.doc
ResumeOfElement.doc


  • (these are to be worked on when they come across relevant information in class, and they shoudl also work on them at home)
  1. Warm up: What is the smallest piece of matter called?
  2. Read and discuss pages 318-324 students should take notes and conclude a list of critical terms they come across in their reading.
4. (Critical terms should include include ) atom, proton, atomic mass unit, neutron, atomic number, isotope , electron, mass number, atomic mass
5. Section Review page 325


Wed 10/25
  1. Review parts of atom
  2. atom models (demo or group)
Use simulations for atom building
Build an Atom
Build an Atom

Click to Run

http://education.jlab.org/atomtour/listofparticles.html
http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_science/terc/content/investigations/es0501/es0501page04.cfm
http://education.jlab.org/atomtour/listofparticles.html
http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_science/terc/content/investigations/es0501/es0501page04.cfm
  1. ALL: electron orbital basic 2-8-18



Thursday 10/26
  1. warm up: What are the basic parts of an atom and where are they located?
  2. Compare box from PT to Bohr’s Model of same atom…figure the meaning of the #’s & Letters (Fluorine)
  3. Read pages 336-342: take notes
  4. Discuss the reading and ensure that pertinent info is recorded in the notes
  5. word up: group , period, periodic law (periodicity), chemical property

http://www.darvill.clara.net/hotpots/emc.htm

http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_science/terc/content/investigations/es0501/es0501page04.cfm

http://education.jlab.org/atomtour/listofparticles.html

http://www.brainpop.com/science/matter/atoms/index.weml?&tried_cookie=true


HOMEWORK: BOHR model drawings : Do 1 per row
Atoms and the Periodic Table WS 13.pdf
Atoms and the Periodic Table WS 13.pdf
Atoms and the Periodic Table WS 13.pdf





Fri 10/27

  1. quiz over atomic structure
    atoms PT quiz OL 2015.docx
    atoms PT quiz OL 2015.docx
    atoms PT quiz OL 2015.docx

  2. Atoms Classwork Sheet (grade)
    Atoms Classwork 13.doc
    Atoms Classwork 13.doc
    Atoms Classwork 13.doc

  3. read and discuss pages 344-350…OL know groups 1,2,17,18…..AC more groups..use graphic organizer AC>>
    Understanding groups on the Periodic Table of Elements AC 13.docx
    Understanding groups on the Periodic Table of Elements AC 13.docx
    Understanding groups on the Periodic Table of Elements AC 13.docx
Understanding groups on the Periodic Table of Elements OL 13.docx
Understanding groups on the Periodic Table of Elements OL 13.docx
Understanding groups on the Periodic Table of Elements OL 13.docx

  1. section review page 351-352


Mon 10/30

  1. warm up: What do elements in group one have in common?
  2. Read/lecture/notes on pages 364-367
  3. Word up: valence electrons, chemical bonding
  4. SR page 367


Tues 10/31
work on resume


Wed 11/1
review

Thurs 11/2
test