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AR Time
until 10:29
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Student Planner Place this in the proper place
Jan 9 2015
Vocabulary test Monday, study.
Needed today in class:
Planner, pencil, notes, period 2 AR book
End Planner
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REVIEW OF LAST CLASS
January 8th
Summary: We had a standard
opening. We took instructional notes
on the cover page project, then
looked for designs and started the
rough draft.
Answer the last class’s EQ
which was:
Essential Question:
Produce a high quality color drawing of
an atom, with labeling.
I am in the process of completing, and
have started the rough draft
Topic/Objective:
Introduction to Atoms
Name:
Class/Period:
Date:
Jan 9, 2015
Essential Question:
Produce a high quality color drawing of an
atom, with labeling.
Warm Up
1. See if you can identify the following
elements’ atomic symbol: Oxygen, Hydrogen,
Nitrogen, Sulfur, Carbon, Phosphorus, Iodine
2. See if you can identify the following
elements’ symbol: Helium, Neon, Xeon,
Calcium, Cobalt
3. 2H2 + O2 -> 2H2O What type of change is
this? Chemical or physical
4. How many O atoms in 3 C6 H12O6?
Answers
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1. See if you can identify the following
elements’ atomic symbol: Oxygen, Hydrogen,
Nitrogen, Sulfur, Carbon, Phosphorus, Iodine
2. See if you can identify the following
elements’ symbol: Helium, Neon, Xeon,
Calcium, Cobalt
3. 2H2 + O2 -> 2H2O What type of change is
this? Chemical or physical
4. How many O atoms in 3 C6 H12O6?
1. See if you can identify the following
elements’ atomic symbol: Oxygen, Hydrogen,
O
H
Nitrogen, Sulfur, Carbon, Phosphorus, Iodine
N
S
C
P
I
2. See if you can identify the following
elements’ symbol: Helium, Neon, Xeon,
He
Ne Xe
Calcium, Cobalt
Ca
Co
3. 2H2 + O2 -> 2H2O What type of change is
this? Chemical or physical
4. How many O atoms in 3 C6 H12O6?
O = 6 x 3 = 18
Homework
Study your vocabulary words for
Monday’s quiz
Today’s Work
• Research designs
• Construct rough Draft of cover page
• On the back of the cover paper, write the
information that is needed on the final draft
• Pass out cover page paper and start final draft
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Notes
Purposes: Demonstrate knowledge of one concept of the
State science standards. 2. Construct creative cover for your
notebook section.
Selections: There are 4 standards that this project can be
chosen from: 1-Know the structure of the atom and how it is
composed; 2-Know the source of atomic numbers, and
demonstrate knowledge in the definition of isotopes; 3- Know
how compounds are formed and that their properties differ
from the original elements; 4- Identify regions in the Periodic
Table corresponding to metals, nonmetal and inert gasses.
1. Choose one standard to display
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Instructions continued:
2. Choose a drawing from the textbook
which exemplifies your topic.
3. On your rough draft, draw out the
picture, title the drawing, label parts, and
have a brief description at the bottom
explaining what the picture depicts.
4. On the final card stock, reproduce your
rough draft in final form. Make it as
perfect as possible, and color to highlight
characteristics.
5. Due January 20, for wall decoration.
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What to include:
Atomic number & mass;
Numbers of protons, electrons
and neurons. Atomic Symbol
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