Framework Standards and Benchmarks:(including applied learning skills)
STANDARD C4 Properties of Matter
Review--C4.8 Atomic Structure
Electrons, protons, and neutrons are partsof the atom and have measurableproperties, including mass and, in the caseof protons and electrons, charge. Thenuclei of atoms are composed of protonsand neutrons. A kind of force that is onlyevident at nuclear distances holds theparticles of the nucleus together againstthe electrical repulsion between theprotons.
New--C4.9 Periodic Table
In the periodic table, elements arearranged in order of increasing number of protons (called the atomic number).Vertical groups in the periodic table(families) have similar physical andchemical properties due to the same outerelectron structures.
Identify elements with similar chemical and physical properties using the periodic table.
New--C4.9x Electron Energy Levels
The rows in the periodic table representthe main electron energy levels of theatom. Within each main energy level aresublevels that represent an orbital shapeand orientation.
Identify metals, non-metals, and metalloidsusing the periodic table.
Predict general trends in atomic radius, first ionizationenergy, and electonegativity of the elements using the periodic
Section 6-11.Mixed practice #1: IDWorksheet M+NM & NM+NM Ionic /Covalent cpds2.Part 2 Bill Nye Video1.Review Module 6.12.
(Correct Tue wk)2.Notes: Section 6-2Representing chemicalcompounds (makeworksheet to practice IDTypes of representation)
Mixed practice #2: IDWorksheet M+NM & NM+NM Ionic / Covalentcpds
Section 6-21.Review module 6-22.Video representingcompounds see:http://clintondale-science-acps.blogspot.com/3.Worksheet Id types of chemical formulasQuiz 6-1 & 6-2Post quiz Activity / review of week lessonsLessons subject to change