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					                                PHYSICAL SCIENCE
                      Atoms and the Periodic Table Unit Objectives
Chapter 4: Pages 110 – 141
Vocabulary:
atomic mass unit (amu)                           mole
atomic number                                    neutron
average atomic mass                              nucleus
Avogadro’s number                                orbital
electron                                         photon
electron cloud                                   proton
isotope                                          valence electron
mass number

Objectives:
After studying this chapter, students should be able to:
     4.1.1 describe the development of atomic theory, including Democritus and
        Dalton
     4.1.2 describe the development of models of the atom, including Thomson and
        Rutherford
     4.2.1 describe the parts of an atom
     4.2.2 relate the atomic number, the mass number, and the number of neutrons in
        an atom, and calculate one of them given the other two
     4.2.3 convert between moles and grams both ways
     4.3.1 describe modern models of the atom
     4.3.2 describe the four types of orbitals in an atom
     4.3.3 explain why atoms emit and absorb photons




Chapter 5: Pages 142 – 173
Vocabulary:
alkali metal                                     noble gas
alkaline-earth metal                             nonmetals
group                                            period
halogen                                          periodic law
ion                                              periodic table
metal                                            semiconductor
metalloid                                        transition metal

Objectives:
After studying this chapter, students should be able to:
     5.1.1 explain how Mendeleev arranged the elements into a periodic table
     5.1.2 explain how the organization of the elements has changed since
        Mendeleev’s time
     5.1.3 describe a trend in groups on the periodic table and a trend in periods on the
        periodic table
                              PHYSICAL SCIENCE
                    Atoms and the Periodic Table Unit Objectives
    5.2.1 describe the role of valence electrons in determining an element’s properties
     and its location on the periodic table
    5.2.2 describe how ions form
    5.2.3 describe how elements are classified and where different types are located
     on the periodic table
    5.3.1 describe the relationship between groups on the periodic table and number
     of valence electrons
    5.3.2 describe several different groups or families of elements
    5.3.3 describe the unique properties of carbon, the unique properties of hydrogen,
     and the unique properties of semiconductors

Schedule (subject to change)
Day 1: pretest and lab
Day 2: 4-1
Day 3: 4-2
Day 4: 4-2
Day 5: 4-3
Day 6: labs
Day 7: lab
Day 8: 5-1
Day 9: 5-2
Day 10: 5-3
Day 11: lab and review
Day 12: review
Day 13: unit test

				
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