MATTER: PROPERTIES AND CHANGE PSc.2.1 Understand types, properties, and structure of matter. Time 15 days State Competency Goal Learning Activity Student will be able to: And Objective Teacher will Introduce Demonstrate or skills PSc.2.1.1 Classify matter as: homogeneous or heterogeneous; pure substance or mixture; element or compound; metals, nonmetals, or metalloids; solution, colloid, or suspension. PSc.2.1.2 Explain the phases of matter and the physical changes that matter undergoes. PSc.2.1.3 Compare physical and chemical properties of various types of matter. PSc.2.1.4 Interpret the data presented in the Bohr model diagrams and dot diagrams for atoms and ions of elements 1 through 18. 1. How matter is homogeneous or heterogeneous. 2. How matter can be an element, mixture or compound using the number of elements or the chemical formula. 3. How an element can be a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid. 4. How sets of matter can be a solution, colloid or suspension based on their properties. 5. How and why solids, liquids, and gases form. 6. The differences between melting, 1. Describe the differences between homogeneous and heterogeneous matter. 2. Classify matter as element, mixture, or compound. 3. Identify metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. 4. Determine the difference between solutions, colloids, and suspensions. 5. Explain how solids, liquids and gases form. 6. Explain the changes in phases. 7. Explain the difference between evaporation and vaporization. 8. Review solutions as homogeneous. 9. Explain the formation of solutions. Resources Assessments Incorporating Literacy skills -Two column notes -Bill Nye videos -water lab -ice cream lab -m&m isotope lab -atom lab -periodic table activity -Tasty solution lab -SAS in school -solubility curves --matter demonstrations -solution activities -density lab -density problems -element project -water lab -m&m isotope lab -atom lab -density lab -Tasty solution lab -element project -density problems -Demonstrations -SAS in school lab -atom quiz -periodic table quiz -solution quiz -Matter quiz -Periodic table activities and problems - solution activities -Two column notes -Water lab -atom lab -Density lab -Tasty solution lab -Element project -SAS in school lab Demonstrations vaporization, condensation, and freezing. 7. The difference between evaporation and vaporization. 8. The review of solutions as homogeneous. 9. How solutions form with solute and solvent. 10. How to interpret solubility curves. 11. How to explain a solution as saturated, unsaturated, or supersaturated, dilute or concentrated. 12. How to calculate density. 13. How to identify physical properties. 14. How to identify physical and chemical properties of elements, mixtures and 10. Interpret solubility curves. 11. Explain the differences between saturated, unsaturated, and supersaturated solutions. 12. Explain the difference between dilute and concentrated solutions. 13. Calculate density problems. 14. Identify physical and chemical properties of matter. 15. Determine the charge, mass and location of all subatomic particles. 16. Determine the number and mass of each subatomic particle in each element. 17. Determine the isotopes of each element. 18. Write the isotopic notation for elements. 19. Construct a Bohr model of elements hydrogen through argon. 20. Construct a dot compounds. 15. The charge, mass and locations of protons, neutrons and electrons. 16. How the number and mass of subatomic particles can be determined. 17. How to determine the isotopes of elements. 18. How to write isotopic notation. 19. The Bohr model of the atom. 20. How to create Bohr models of elements hydrogen through argon. 21. How to construct dot diagrams. diagram of elements.