advertisement

Periodic Table of Elements (PTE) 1. know the difference between periods (horizontal, rows) and groups/families (groups and families are both names of the columns) 2. know how many periods are on the PTE 3. know how many groups/families are on the PTE 4. be able to locate the following families: Alkali Metals, Alkaline Earth Metals, Transition Metals, Halogens, and Noble Gases 5. know what a valence electron is 6. know how many valence electrons are in the families of: Alkali Metals (1), Alkaline Earth Metals (2), Halogens (7), and Noble Gases (8, except Helium is 2) 7. know what similarities can be found among elements of the same family/group 8. know what similarities can be found among elements of the same period Metric 9. know that bases are different than prefixes (in a T-chart, list the bases on one side and the prefixes on the other) 10. the International System of Measurement (SI system) has kilograms as a base for mass, while the metric system has grams as a base for mass. 11. the 6 prefixes listed on the second foldable (kilo-, hecto-, deca-, [base], deci-, centi-, milli-) 12. the multiplication factor for each prefix (1000, 100, 10, 1, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001)