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Unit 4 - Periodic Table 

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Section
4.1  Developing the Periodic Table

Objectives

  1. Describe the early attempts at classifying elements.
  2. Explain the basis for the arrangement of the modern periodic table.

Activities
  • Discussion:  Historical development
  • Computer Lab: Periodic Table
  • Demonstrations:
  • Worksheets: Study Guide
  • Project: Periodic Table
  • Textbook Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Video: Periodic Table

STANDARDS
UCP 1;  A 1-2; B 2-3; F 3, 5G 1, 3

Section 4.2  Using the Periodic Table

Objectives
  1. Identify metals, nonmetals, and metalloids on the periodic table.
  2. Relate the element's configuration to its position on the periodic table.
  3. List characteristics of the representative and  transition elements.

Activities
  • Discussion:  Groups and Periods
  • Laboratory: Transitional Elements
  • Computer Lab:  Periodic Table
  • Demonstrations:  Metals/Nonmetals Reactions
  • Worksheets: Study Guide
  • Project:  Periodic Table
  • Textbook Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Video: Periodic Table

STANDARDS
UCP 1; A 1; B 1-2; F 3, 4, 5

Section 4.3  Periodic Trends and Reaction Tendencies

Objectives
  1. Use several properties of elements to demonstrate the periodic law.
  2. Predict oxidation numbers.
  3. Explain the relationship of ionization energy and electron affinity to the periodic table.

Activities

  • Discussion: Trends
  • Worksheets: Study Guide
  • Textbook Questions
  • Vocabulary

STANDARDS
B 1-2; G 2



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