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CHEMISTRY I
Course Code: 200334001
TOPIC III: Periodic Table
Pacing
Date
Traditional 6 days
9-17-15 to 9-25-15
Block
ESSENTIAL CONTENT
A. Describe Changes in the Atomic Model Over Time
1. Democritus and Dalton
2. Thompson
3. Rutherford
4. Bohr
B. Explore The Scientific Theory of Atoms
1. Atomic structure
a. Mass, charge and location of protons, neutrons
and electrons.
b. Forces of attraction and repulsion between
subatomic particles
C. Relate Properties of Atoms and Their Position in the
Periodic Table
1. Review of Bohr’s model.
2. Introduction to valence electrons.
3. Periodic Table arrangement
a. Chemical properties
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OBJECTIVES
 Describe the development and historical importance of
atomic theory from Dalton (atomic theory), Thomson
(the electron), Rutherford (the nucleus and “gold foil”
experiment), and Bohr (planetary model of atom).
 Describe the structure of atoms in terms of protons,
neutrons and electrons, and differentiate among these
particles in terms of mass, electrical charges and
location within the atom.
 Determine the valence electrons of an atom using Bohr’s
model for elements 1 to 20.
 Describe the relationship between valence electrons and
the arrangement of the elements in the periodic table.
 Explain how chemical properties depend on valence
electrons.
3 days
9-17-15 to 9-25-15
INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS
Core Text Book:
Chapter 4, pp. 100 - 125
Chapter 5 pp. 126 -157
Chapter 6 pp. 158 –191
Vocabulary:
alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, group (family),
halogen, inner transition (rare earth metals), ion, metal,
metalloid, noble gas notation, nonmetal, octet rule, period,
representative element, transition, valence electrons,
mass, charge, electrostatic forces, protons, neutrons,
electrons, periodic table, Bohr, Thompson, Rutherford,
Dalton, Democritus.
Technology:
1. Khan Academy
2. http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/ (search your topic)
3. Periodic Table Information
4. http://www.learner.org/resources/series42.html#
5. http://www.learner.org/courses/chemistry/text/text.html?
dis=U&num=Ym5WdElUQS9OQ289
6. http://www.learner.org/courses/chemistry/text/text.html?
dis=U&num=Ym5WdElUQS9OU289
7. http://www.learner.org/courses/chemistry/text/text.html?
dis=U&num=Ym5WdElUQS9OaW89
8. Chemistry Review Quizzes
9. Progressive Science Initiative (PSI)
a. http://www.njctl.org/courses/science/chemistry/atomi
c-origins/
b. http://www.njctl.org/courses/science/chemistry/atomi
c-structure/
c. http://www.njctl.org/courses/science/chemistry/period
ic-trends/
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CHEMISTRY I
SC.912.P.8.4
SC.912.P.8.5
Standard:
SC.912.N.1.6
Course Code: 200334001
Element Builder
Electron Configuration
Video
Standard:
SC.912.N.1.7
Video
Standard:
SC.912.N.2.4
Video
Standard:
SC.912.N.2.5
Video
Standard:
SC.912.N.3.1
Video
 Exploring the Modern Periodic Table
 Using the Modern Periodic Table
 Chemical Properties of Metals
 Chemical Properties of Non-Metals
 Periodic Table of the Elements
 Louis de Broglie's Theory on Waves and
Particles
 Niels Bohr's Model of the Atom
 The Evolution of the Periodic Table
 History of the Atom, Part 2
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CHEMISTRY I
Course Code: 200334001
 Early Atomic Discoveries
Standard:
SC.912.N.3.2
Video
Standard:
SC.912.P.8.3
Video
 Atomic Models by Thomson, Rutherford,  Atomic Models by Bohr, de Broglie, and
Schrodinger
and Planck
Video
 The Structure of Atoms
 Introduction to the Atom
 JJ Thomson Discovers Electrons
 Niels Bohr's Atomic Model
 Ernest Rutherford and the Structure of
the Atom
 Electronegativity and Atom Size
 Atom
Standard:
SC.912.P.8.4
Image
Article
Video
Standard:
SC.912.P.8.5
 Nucleus
 Electron
 Proton
 Neutron





 Overview, Metalloids
 Overview, The Non-metals
 Overview, The Halogens
Overview, The Alkali Metals
Overview, Alkaline Earth Metals
Overview Transition Metals
Overview The Other Metals
The Interactive Periodic Table
 Overview, Noble Gases
 Overview Lanthanide Series
 Overview, Actinide Series

Exploration
Standard:
SC.912.P.10.10
Video
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 The Fundamental Forces
 Forces Working Together
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