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Chemistry 0103

Standard I-Objective 3 Periodic Table

Standard I:  Students will understand that all matter in the universe has a common origin and
is made of atoms, which have structure and can be systematically arranges on the periodic table.
Objective 3: Correlate atomic structure and the physical and chemical properties of an element to the position of the element on the periodic table.

Enduring Understanding: The periodic table is used to organize elements by structure. A relationship exists between the chemical behavior and the structure of atoms. The periodic
table reflects this relationship.

"I Can" Statements

  1. I can use the periodic table to correlate the number of protons, neutrons, and
    electrons in an atom.
  2. I can compare the number of protons and neutrons in isotopes of the same
    element.
  3. I can identify similarities in chemical behavior of elements within a group.
  4. I can generalize trends in reactivity of elements within a group to trends
    in other groups.
  5. I can compare the properties of elements (e.g., metal, nonmetallic, metalloid)
    based on their position in the periodic table.

Assessment
Multiple Choice Test        Formative Assessment Probe Periodic Properties Lab Practical

Curriculum Map

Learning Plan

Learning Activity Technology Application Lab Inquiry Lab Discussion Audio-Visual Reading/ Writing Students Teach Demonstration
Chemistry Core Tracker
Build a Periodic Table
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Cartoon Chemistry
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Periodicitiy Board Game
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Periodic Table Classroom
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Periodically Puzzled
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SAM Interactive modeling: Atomic Structure X
Periodic Table Model X X
Element Cards for Periodic Table Model X X
Alkali Metals Demo X
Penny Isotopes
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Video
Clip on
producing elements.slow to load but very interesting information
History of the Atom Group Project (new)
Primo Levi and the Periodic Table
Science Discovery Videos