Q2: week 8 – 1/9 – 1/13
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1/9 – Monday – “A” Day –
Today’s lesson – Periodic Trends –
1/9 – Monday’s Homework: –
1. Re-watch today’s lesson video (which is a recap of what I did today) if you not understand everything I did today.
Today’s Homework Lecture 3.10R –
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c) To predict the atomic radius of cations and anions d) To predict the metallic reactivity (properties) or nonmetallic reactivity (properties)
1. To review the DOG 4 – Atomic Structure
2. To Review Last nights Form.
3. Atomic Radius vs. IONic Radius – lesson
4. Colored Pencil activity – Next year add flip out version using stock paper
– Identify Metals, Nonmetals, Mettalliods, and Reactivity
– identify the properties of metals and nonmetals
1. Complete the Colored Pencil activity
2. View the Alkali Reactivity Presentation
3. Start the homework
Today’s lesson on Atomic Radius vs Ionic Radius:
1/10 – Tuesday’s Homework: –
1. Please complete the form below based on today’s concepts taught. You have a total of three responses to this form.
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1/11 – Wednesday – A Day –
a) To identify that Metal reactivity increases as the atomic radius increases.
Today’s lesson combined with yesterday. –
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1/12 – Thursday “B” Day
2. To identify the elements that are solids, liquids, and gases at STP.
3. To plot a graph of electronegativity, ionization energy, and atomic radii vs atomic number.
4. To identify that Table S is a resource that can provide values of electronegativity, ionization energy, and atomic radii.
1. Homework Review of Periodic Form 3
2. Complete “pull out’ periodic table activity
a) add liquids, gases at STP in table
b) add families
3. Introduce a practice question:
Given the following excerpt of the periodic table:
Which element N or Cl has a greater electronegativity?
Is there a place to answer this question if our prediction from our understanding of the periodic trends do not give a clear concise answer?
1. Lab 11 – Periodic Trends Lab
a) Please download the following file and save it to your computer.
b) Print the three graphs and label the peaks and valleys.
Wheres Waldo Hi Res Picture View Download
Today’s lesson part 1 – Phases of the Elements – solid, liquid, and gases –
Today’s lesson part 2- Transitional Elements identification and properties –
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1/13 – Friday – “A” Day
1. To use table S to identify the periodic trend.
2. Getting Excel on computers
3. Complete the Crossword Puzzle on Period Table Concepts, print and hand in:
You will need your reference tables!