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Q2: Week 7 – Archive

Week of Jan 5 – 9

 
1/5 – Monday – period 7 – 
 
1:Hand Back Tests
2: Periodic People activity continues
 
Periodic People Activity – 2014.pdf
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HW: 
 
1: Please post as the element you are at the bottom of week six.  Speak as if you are the element according to your properties. The most accurate or creative post will be rewarded. You need three original posts for credit.  You have until Wed to post.
 
2: Please watch lecture   – .
3: Complete side one of the combined 2 periodic table worksheet.pdf.
 
combined 2 periodic table worksheet.pdf
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3: Please put the answers into the form below.
 
Lecture 3.12R – Atomic and 
 

 

 
 
 

 
1/6 – Tuesday – period 7 /8-  
 
1: Review HW
2: Nonmetals vs metals activity complete
3: Periodic Trends Lab continues
 
HW:
 
1: Please watch Lecture 3.13R – TRansitional metals and their properties
2: Complete backside of  combined 2 periodic table worksheet.pdf
3: Place answers into form below:                           
 

 

 

 
1/7 – Wednesday- period 7 – 
 
1: RAT 29 – Ionic radius vs. Atomic Radius, Transitional Metals
2: Review
 
HW:
 
1: Please watch lecture 3.14R – Phases of the Periodic table
2: Please complete questions 1 – 20 on the review worksheet.
 
Periodic table Regents review 1 worksheet no key 1213.pdf
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3: Enter these answers into the form below:
 
 
Lecture 3.14: 

 
1/8 – Thursday – period 7/8 – 
 
I am out today, my son is sick so I will try to teach you from home.
 
Please use this link to connect with me:
 
1: Review homework. Check your email and see which questions you got incorrect. I did not grade #16.
 
Most students got 9, 17, and 19 incorrect.
 
2: RAT 30 – Solid, Liquid and Gases of the Periodic Table
 
3: Periodic Table Lab – print out Graphs, observations
 
 
Once you have printed out your 3 graphs and labeled the elements that represent the peaks and valleys you need to the following for each graph.
 
You need to answer the following questions for the Atomic Radius Graph.  Please answer these question directly on the graph (below it).
Write the question on the page then answer it.
 
1.  What is so periodic about this graph? What is repeating over again?
 

2. Which chemical family is represented in the valleys?  Which elements are the lowest?

        a) Explain why this is so?

 

3. Which chemical family is represented in the peaks?

 

    a) Explain why this is so?

 

4. Why do the peaks in the graph steadily increase?

    a) Explain why this is so?

 

5. Which element in your graph above loses electrons the most readily?

 

6. Which noble gas in your graph is able to lose electrons most readily?

 

Ionization Energy Graph Page.  Please write the questions and then answer it.
                       

1. Define Ionization Energy:

 

2. What is so periodic in the ionization trend that you graphed above?

 

3. Which chemical family has the lowest ionization energies?

a) Explain why this is so?

 

4. Which chemical family has the highest ionization energies?

a) Explain why this is so?

 

5. Which element in your graph holds onto electrons the most loosly?

 

6. Which element in your graph loses electrons the most readily?

 

7. Why do the peaks steadily decrease across your graph?

 

8. Why do nonmetals have the highest ionization energies?

 
Electronegativity Graph Page – Please write the questions and then answer it.
 

1. Define Electronegativity –

2. What is so periodic in the electronegativity trend that you graphed above?

3. Which chemical family has the highest electronegativity?

a) Explain why this is so?

 

4. Which chemical family has no electronegativity values?

a) Explain why this is so?

 

5. Which element has the greatest attraction for electrons?

6. Which element gains electrons the most readily?

*Please do not hand in!

 

HW: 

1: Please complete the Periodic table Regents review 1 worksheet no key 1213.pdf worksheet and place answers into the form below.

2: CAT 9 tomorrow.

 

 Readiness Assessment Test 27 – trends, metals,, nonmetals 3.10R.pdf
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 Readiness Assessment Test 27 – trends, metals,, nonmetals 3.10R KEY.pdf
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 Readiness Assessment Test 28 – families and reactivities 3.11R.pdf
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 Readiness Assessment Test 28 – families and reactivities 3.11R KEY.pdf
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 Readiness Assessment Test 29 – 3.12R, 3.13R.pdf
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 Readiness Assessment Test 29 – 3.12R, 3.13R Key.pdf
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 combined 2 periodic table worksheet.pdf
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 combined 2 periodic table worksheet Key.pdf
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 Readiness Assessment Test 30 – 3.14R.pdf
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 Readiness Assessment Test 30 – 3.14 KEY.pdf
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1/9 – Friday – period 7 – CAT 9 – Periodic Table
 
HW:
1:  Study for DOG 5 – Periodic Table Monday 1/12
 
I have graded, scanned and returned your CAT’s  (via email) to you already.
 
I have posted a blank copy of the today’d CAT with the key for your review.
Please review the scanned and graded CAT that I have sent you.
 
 CAT 9 .pdf
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 CAT 9 KEY.pdf
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You might find it helpful to review my regents crash course on the periodic table:
 
Just view the first 18 minutes!