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Chemistry 0101

Chemistry

Standard 1-Objective 1 Origin/Distribution of Elements

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 1:  Recognize the origin and distribution of elements in the universe.

Enduring Understanding: Matter on Earth and in the universe is made of atoms that had a common origin.  All matter is composed of the same atoms and they are distributed unequally
in the universe.  Heavy elements are less common, lighter elements are more common.

"I Can" Statements

  1. I can describe evidence to support the assumption that matter in the universe has a common origin.
  2. I can explain how elements found on Earth alike and different from those found in the universe.
  3. I can list the two elements that make up the largest percentage of atoms in the universe.
  4. I can compare and contrast the relationship between abundance and mass of atoms in the universe.

Assessment
Multiple Choice Test
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Curriculum Map

Learning Plan

Learning Activity Technology Application Lab Inquiry Lab Discussion Audio-Visual Reading/ Writing Students Teach Demonstration
Chemistry Core Tracker
Elements
in the Universe
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Story of the Big Bang
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Where
Did Matter Come From?
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Dark Matter
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Heavy Element Game
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Interactive Star Cycle Website
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Telling Tales About Atoms
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Dark Matter (Nova video)
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Origins (Nova video)
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Chemical Abundance
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How to Make a Universe
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