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Monday Complete the Matter Misconception worksheet.
Tape it on page 14 in your INB.
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
How does the structure of matter
affect its identity and properties?
OBJECTIVES:
To identify scientists who have
contributed to chemistry.
VOCABULARY
Matter
Mass
Volume
Density
Element
Atom
Proton
Neutron
Electron
Nucleus
Electron Cloud
AGENDA
Agenda
- Scientist Readings
- Fakebook profile
- Atomic Theory Reading
- Exit Ticket
GL: Atomic Structure
Homework Pre-AP: Atomic Structure &
History of an Atom
Scientist Readings & Fakebook
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Each student will complete a reading about a scientist.
After reading, use the Fakebook worksheet to create a
profile about the scientist.
John Dalton
Joseph John (JJ) Thompson
Ernest Rutherford
Niels Bohr
Atomic Theory Reading
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Read pages 116-117 in the science textbook.
Create a postcard in your INB explaining the current atomic
theory.
The current atomic
theory states that…
Exit Ticket
Describe what we know about atoms now.
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Tuesday
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ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
How is the way scientists use their
tools important for safety and
measurement?
OBJECTIVES:
Students will define and describe
matter and element.
VOCABULARY
Matter
Mass
Volume
Density
Element
Atom
Proton
Neutron
Electron
Nucleus
Electron Cloud
AGENDA
Agenda
- Chemical Reaction Demo
- Video: Matter
- Special Assignment or Top Ten
- Exit Ticket
GL: Atomic Structure
Homework Pre-AP: Atomic Structure &
History of an Atom
Chemical Reaction Demo
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On page __ in your INB..
1. Title the page “Elephant Toothpaste”
2. Write the chemical reaction
2H2O2
2H2O + O2
3. Create a T-Chart labeled with
“Before” and “After”
4. Draw a Before picture of the reaction
Elephant Toothpaste
2H2O2
2H2O + O2
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Before
After
Chemical Reaction Demo
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The teacher will mix hydrogen peroxide
with yeast.
Elephant Toothpaste
Beneath the T-Chart, write 3
observations about the reaction.
Draw an After picture of the reaction
2H2O2
2H2O + O2
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Before
After
Video: Matter
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Watch video
On page __ in your INB, complete Cornell Notes
defining matter, density, and atoms.
Special Assignment or Top Ten
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Complete either a Special Assignment or Top Ten
on page __ in your INB.
Exit Slip
In one sentence, define matter.
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Wed/Thrs On page __ in your INB, describe the current
atomic theory.
Where are the protons, electrons, and neutrons?
How do the electrons move within the atom?
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
How does the structure of matter
affect its identity and properties?
OBJECTIVES:
To model how scientists find
information about our world.
VOCABULARY
Matter
Mass
Volume
Density
Element
Atom
Proton
Neutron
Electron
Nucleus
Electron Cloud
AGENDA
Agenda
- Dry Ice Lab
- Aluminum Foil Fold
- States of Matter Class Demo
- Rutherford Lab
GL: Atomic Structure
Homework Pre-AP: Atomic Structure &
History of an Atom
Dry Ice Lab
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TASK: Examine states of matter using dry ice.
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Put on goggles.
2. Get a piece of dry ice from teacher and place dry ice on edge of
table.
3. Make observations about the dry ice.
REMEMBER: YOU MUST WRITE A HYPOTHESIS BEFORE BEGINNING EACH TASK.
Dry Ice Lab
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INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Add colored water to the dry ice and water.
2. Record observations.
3. Add soap to the colored water.
4. Record observations.
REMEMBER: YOU MUST WRITE A HYPOTHESIS BEFORE BEGINNING EACH TASK.
Dry Ice Lab
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TEST TUBE EXPLOSION
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Fill film canister about 2/3 of the way with water.
2. Teacher places a small piece of dry ice in each group’s canister.
3. Place the top on the film canister.
4. Make sure test tube is not pointing towards a classmate or
towards your face. Watch what happens, and record your
observations.
Aluminum Foil Fold
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TASK: With a partner, cut aluminum foil until you have the smallest
piece you can make.
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Cut the piece of aluminum foil in half.
2. Put aside one half and cut the other in half again.
3. Repeat until you can no longer cut the piece of foil.
Aluminum Foil Fold
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With your group discuss the answers to the following questions
and then write your answers on page __ in your INB.
1. Make 3 observations about the aluminum.
2. What do you notice about the original piece of aluminum foil
and the smallest pieces?
3. Is the smallest piece of foil still aluminum foil?
4. Would it be possible to have a piece of aluminum so small that
it is no longer aluminum?
5. What physical change has taken place? Explain.
States of Matter
States of Matter Class Demo
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Rutherford Lab
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TASK: Model Rutherford’s experiment about atomic structure.
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Take turns “shooting” marbles under the cardboard.
2. Make predictions about the shape under the cardboard based on
how the marble reacts.
3. Record your findings on the handout.
4. Read the background information about Rutherford and his
experiment.
Rutherford Lab
Rutherford Experiment Video
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Rutherford Lab
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Post-Lab Questions: Answer the following questions in complete
sentences on page __ of your INB.
1. Which component of the experiment did your marble simulate?
2. Which component of the experiment did your hidden shape
simulate?
3. If the nucleus occupies only a small percentage of the overall space
in an atom, what occupies the rest of the atom?
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Friday
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On page __ in your INB, draw the three different
pictures of atoms and then list a similarity and a
difference between the three pictures. Be specific.
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
How does the structure of matter
affect its identity and properties?
OBJECTIVES:
To identify the parts of an atom and
that the number of protons determine
an element’s identity.
VOCABULARY
Matter
Mass
Volume
Density
Element
Atom
Proton
Neutron
Electron
Nucleus
Electron Cloud
AGENDA
Agenda
- Atom Reading & Foldable
- Class Atom
- Bill Nye Video
- Exit Ticket
GL: Atomic Structure
Homework Pre-AP: Atomic Structure &
History of an Atom
Atom Reading & Foldable
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READ: Atoms
FOLDABLE: Create a foldable in your INB using the following terms:
- Nucleus
- Electron Cloud
- Proton
- Neutron
- Electron
Class Atom
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Each student will get a card that says “Proton”, “Neutron”,
or “Electron”.
The students will make a model an atom in the room with
the protons and neutrons in the nucleus and the
electrons in the electron cloud.
Video: Atoms
Bill Nye Video about Atoms
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Exit Ticket
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List the 3 parts of the atom and where they are
located.