Monday Monday-Finish atomic postersStates of matter phet simulation REview science fair feedback here:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lga8KTRx588AgmLifQ8FjTD8tFQ83vJQD7uYGwIJYpc/edit#gid=406255226 Tuesday Tuesday 11/29States of matter lab and heating curve of water Thursday Review states of matterFamilies of the perodic table Quiz

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Monday

-Then read through the slides on electron shells and orbitals, some of this may be review. NOTE: For shells greater than the first one they hold two energy levels (one that can hold 2 electrons another that holds 6) for a total of 8 electrons

-Then fill out this practice sheet you can use this video to help explain it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96V3iguimG8

-When done with this start the alien periodic table activity on a separate sheet of paper.

Tuesday/Wednesday

-Watch this video(same as one above above) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96V3iguimG8   to review the structure of atoms and valence electrons

You can also reference this slideshow for more info on atomic structure.

For reference use this video. https://youtu.be/ZVlbx3Az8Bg  -This video is a little longer, but goes a little slower and explains it a little better better.

-Do the paint colors organization activity

-Then with the circles

• What is the best way to organize these cards so they are in an organization system that makes the most sense

When you are done, how does the shape of what you made relate to the periodic table?

How does it relate to the structure of the atom?

Why is this the best shape for the periodic table?

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Different groups of the periodic table and their properties

• Each group of 2-3 will be assigned a different family from the periodic table.
• Then using this document as a guide, you will work first to find all the information about your group. Then all the other information about each of the other families of elements.

Thursday/Friday

• Study time 5  minutes
• Quiz on drawing atoms and identify the number of valence electrons
• Do the worksheet that goes with the periodic table activity from last class
• When they finish grab computers/chromebooks and headphones watch the following videos
• Fill out this worksheet
• Notes/video on all atoms “want” a full valence shell (8, unless it’s in the first shell)
• What is electronegativity?
• Trends/pattern in the periodic table.
• Use this document to find information about the families

Monday-11/21 (Shorter period)

• Pass back “graded quizzes” play this video
• Review your quiz and correct-be prepared to take a similar quiz.
• Share information about the different families-(sample quiz)

Tuesday 11/22

• Finish notes/video on shape and trends of the periodic table
• Finish up any content on periodic tables
• Review sheet on periodic tables
• Pass out this worksheet explaining dates and expectations for the semester projects/science fair

Monday 11/28

Wednesday 11/30

• Quiz on atomic structure
• Atomic observations

Friday 12/2

Thursday 12/1

• Get quiz back.
• Work on atomic submissions (20min)
• Read your section on nuclear physics (from physics for future presidents) Create the poster to explain your part of the project
• Share posters

Monday 12/5

• Notes/Lecture on covalent bonds
• Worksheet to practice drawing covalent bonds
• First as shared electrons
• Bond lines
• OR activity with matching atoms with valence electrons off to show covalent bonds

Wednesday 12/7

• Lab inquiry based, how is the crosslinked bonding of borax and glue change as the concentration changes

Friday 12/9

• Finish lab from last time, type up a lab report
• Quiz on ionic and covalent bonding

Monday 12/12

• Semester project presentations?

Wednesday 12/14

• Semester project presentation?

Friday 12/16

• Review for finals

Monday 12/19

• Review for final

FINALs

Content Outline

The Periodic Table and Atomic Bonding

• Valence Electrons
• Electron orbitals and shells
• Filled Shell Rule
• Periodic Table Families
• Trends in the periodic table (Reactivity and Electronegativity)

Questions you’ll need to be able to answer:

1. Draw the structure of the electrons for an atom of sodium.
2. Explain how electrons fill the different energy levels.
3. Explain what the filled shell rule is (or in other words how many valence electrons does an atom hold/”want”).
4. Describe properties of each family of the periodic table.
5. Describe why each family has similar properties.

Ionic Bonding and Covalent Bonding

• Filled shell rule
• Electronegativity
• Ionic bonds
• Covalent bonds

Questions:

1. Explain the filled shell rule.
2. What does it mean for an atom to have a high electronegativity? How is that linked to the filled shell rule?
3. What types of elements(metal and/or non-metal) will an ionic bond form between?
4. What types of elements(metal and/or non-metal) will an ionic bond form between?
5. Describe what happens to the electrons in an ionic bond.
1. Ex. How does sodium and chlorine bond to form NaCl (table salt)?
1. Describe what happens to the electrons in a covalent bond.
1. Ex. How does carbon and oxygen bond to form CO2?

Past Material

Atomic Structure

• Particles that make up atoms
• Charge and Mass of particles
• Location of the particles
• Atomic Number and Atomic Mass
• Isotopes
• Atomic Charge
• Atomic History

Types of Matter

• Mixtures, Compounds and Elements
• Solutions and Solubility
• Separating Mixtures and Chromatography

Intro to Matter

• Kinetic Molecular Theory
• temperature is a measurement of how fast the molecules in something are moving
• Phases of matter and phase changes
• Density
• Chemical and physical changes
• Endothermic and Exothermic reactions

What Herber’s class have covered:

Unit 1: What is physical science? What is science/models? Why is it important to peer evaluate each other? And also lab safety, scientific notation, and calculating density/mass/volume and the SI units (and other measurements).

Unit 2: Properties of matter

- classifying matter (compositions, lyre substances, elements, symbols for elements, compounds, mixtures (heterogeneous and homogeneous), solutions, suspensions, colloids. In part 2 is conductivity, malleability, hardness, melting and boiling points, density, choosing and identifying materials based on properties, filtration and distillation,  and physical changes and properties. Part 3 is chemical properties (flammability, reactivity, and evidence for chemical changes- formation of a precipitate, change in color, production of a gas).

Unit 3: States of Matter

Describing states of matter (definite shape/ volume), Bose- Einstein condensates and plasma, the kinetic theory, motion in gases, kinetic theory of gases, explaining behavior of liquids and solids. In part 2 we learned about pressure, factors that affect had pressure (temperature, volume, number of particles) and Charles's and Boyle's and the combined gas law. In part 3 we learned about phase changes: characteristics, temperature, energy in phase changes - heat of fusion, exothermic, exothermic- melting and freezing, vaporization, condensation, evaporation, boiling, condensation, sublimation, and deposition.

Unit 4: Atomic structure:

Ancient Greek models of atoms, Dalton's   atomic theory, Thomson's model of the atom, his experiments and evidence, and Rutherford's Atomic theory  (his hypothesis and testing by Marsden with Alpha Particles leading to the discovery of the nucleus). Part 2 is the structure of an atom: Properties of subatomic particles (protons, electrons, neutrons), comparing subatomic particles, the atomic and mass numbers, isotopes. Part 3 is Bohr's models of the atom (energy levels, electron clouds, atomic orbitals, and electron configurations).