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# The Periodic Table of Elements

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## Meredith Barton

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The Periodic Table of Elements
Let's Prep | Warm Up
Let's Prep
2. Complete your Warm Up | Prep on page 6 of your notebook.
Warm Up | Prep
1. Observe the periodic table below. Find at least 3 patterns and explain why you think it is a pattern.

2. An atom of Oxygen has an atomic number of 8. Based on this information, how many protons does this atom have? Electrons?

3. Phil thinks that water is a compound, but Marcel thinks water is an element. In 3 sentences or less, determine who is correct and 2 reasons WHY.

Periodic Table Foldable
1. Cut
AROUND
the whole
BIG
box (leave all 6 squares together).
2. Cut the
HORIZONTAL long line
.
3. Lay "
METALLOID
" as your
base
on the table.
4. Fold (
like a fan
) the remaining pieces together.
5. Put a
small piece of tape
to join non-reactive and metal together.
Reactive vs. Nonreactive
Definition:
Reactive Element:
Easily/readily responds (joining, repelling, forming a new substance) to other elements.
Nonreactive Element:
Does not respond noticeably to the presence of other elements.
Example:
Na and K are stored in bottles because they are highly reactive especially with Oxygen that's why they keep it in a bottle.

Metals, Nonmetals and Metalloids
Definition:

Metal: easily conducts heat & electricity

Nonmetal: lack metallic properties, poor
conductors of heat and electricity.

Metalloid: looks like a metal but is a poor
conductor of electricity.
Examples:

Metal: Ni (nickel)

Nonmetal: Kr (Krypton)

Metalloid: As (Arsenic)
Visual: (select a different color for each to highlight on PT)
Practice It!
Using your new knowledge of the periodic table and locations of different types of elements,
2) creating your vocabulary cards for this week
VOCAB SHEET OUTLINE
Think-Pair Style
1. Complete everything
independently

FLASHCARD OUTLINE
Front:
Word, picture, initials top L corner
Back:
definition, source

HAPPY MONDAY, EVERYONE!

Today's Materials:
1. Interactive Notebook
2. Pencil
3. Coloring materials & glue

Notebook Setup is Below:
Date Topic/Activity Page #
9.15.14 The Periodic Table Vocab 7

Groups vs. Period
Definitions:
Groups (
18
periods)
Periods (
7
rows)
Arranged according to:
Groups:
similar properties
Periods:
increasing atomic number
Visual:
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