10.06 D5 Atoms Elements Molecules Compounds

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Introducing atoms, elements, molecules and compounds

Day 5: October 6/7 Objective: SWBAT define and diagram atoms, elements, molecules and compounds. Homework: Complete Independent Practice on pg 31 wksht Warm up: Jupiter has no solid surface. What do you think it is made of? Hydrogen and helium, which are elements

Objective: SWBAT define and diagram atoms, elements, molecules and compounds.

Homework: Complete Independent Practice on pg 31 wksht

Warm up: Jupiter has no solid surface. What do you think it is made of?

Hydrogen and helium, which are elements

Agenda Intro and guided practice – 20 minutes Groups: Science Article – 50 minutes Group presentations -- 10 minutes Independent Practice – if done early

Intro and guided practice – 20 minutes

Groups: Science Article – 50 minutes

Group presentations -- 10 minutes

Independent Practice – if done early

Let’s roll Everything is made of parts, and the parts have names. The parts together give the object its identity. Think about a deck of cards Random piece of paper This paper Is a card The card is one of two colors 14 cards put together make a suit Four suits put together Deck of cards The card is one of 14 values

Everything is made of parts, and the parts have names. The parts together give the object its identity.

Think about a deck of cards

Page 31 Title: Atoms, Elements, Molecules and Compounds (you will need to make questions and a summary AT HOME and it will be checked)

Title: Atoms, Elements, Molecules and Compounds

(you will need to make questions and a summary AT HOME and it will be checked)

Atom Smallest unit of matter Can not be divided Contain electrons, neutrons and protons

Smallest unit of matter

Can not be divided

Contain electrons, neutrons and protons

Element A particular type of atom Determined by the number of PROTONS (atomic number) Can not be broken down into another substance B R

A particular type of atom

Determined by the number of PROTONS (atomic number)

Can not be broken down into another substance

Molecule Two or more ATOMS In a specific arrangement Can be broken down into individual atoms B R B R B R B R You can draw these in a straight line for your notes like R – R – B NOT the same molecule!!!

Two or more ATOMS

In a specific arrangement

Can be broken down into individual atoms

Compound Two or more ELEMENTS In a fixed ratio Can be broken down into molecules or elements B R B R B R B R Same compound R 2 B

Two or more ELEMENTS

In a fixed ratio

Can be broken down into molecules or elements

Guided Practice Draw one atom of “Blue” Draw one molecule of “Green” B G G

Draw one atom of “Blue”

Draw one molecule of “Green”

Guided Practice What would a molecule of “Blue – Red – Blue” look like? only this What would a compound B 2 R look like? B R B B R B B R B B R B

What would a molecule of “Blue – Red – Blue” look like?

only this

What would a compound B 2 R look like?

Science in the News You will work in groups to read and process the article about mercury polluting the atmosphere

You will work in groups to read and process the article about mercury polluting the atmosphere

Framing questions What qualities of scientific investigations are revealed in the article? What questions come to mind about the investigation? What evidence supports the new scientific ideas presented? What evidence or supporting arguments seem to be missing? What kinds of data are discussed or presented (e.g.,  measurements, tables, graphs)?

What qualities of scientific investigations are revealed in the article?

What questions come to mind about the investigation?

What evidence supports the new scientific ideas presented?

What evidence or supporting arguments seem to be missing?

What kinds of data are discussed or presented (e.g.,  measurements, tables, graphs)?

Hints Remember, the point of investigating this is to focus on mercury If you’re group is not talking about mercury, then you’re not on the right topics

Remember, the point of investigating this is to focus on mercury

If you’re group is not talking about mercury, then you’re not on the right topics

Outcomes from group Poster depicting CFL use and whether or not it is a good thing in Missouri. Make an advertisement type poster (like a stop smoking poster) You should summarize on the poster why you are taking a certain position. Remember, base your opinion on the issue surrounding mercury pollution Any of the group members can be called on to present

Poster depicting CFL use and whether or not it is a good thing in Missouri.

Make an advertisement type poster (like a stop smoking poster)

You should summarize on the poster why you are taking a certain position.

Remember, base your opinion on the issue surrounding mercury pollution

Any of the group members can be called on to present

Poster assignment Would you recommend a friend to use CFL bulbs? Why or why not based on evidence from the article about mercury pollution. Create an advertisement-style poster

Would you recommend a friend to use CFL bulbs? Why or why not based on evidence from the article about mercury pollution.

Create an advertisement-style poster

Independent Practice Start now Work independently Use the real elements Check periodic table for correct symbols

Start now

Work independently

Use the real elements

Check periodic table for correct symbols

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