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Introduction to Chemistry
Part 1
The Unit Organizer
8th grade Science SMS 13-14
NAME
4
BIGGER PICTURE
DATE
Energy & Matter
LAST UNIT /Experience
2
CURRENT
CURRENT
UNIT UNIT
1
Introduction Chemistry
Safety & Scientific Investigation
8
UNIT SCHEDULE
5
Physics
studying the chemical
& physical properties
of matter
by
describing
the atomic
structure
8.5 AB
The
Periodic Table
of
Elements
8.5 C
6
Describe
Identify
Translate
UNIT
1. How would you compare and contrast the three main subatomic particles found in
the atom? Include size, mass, and location.
2. How are elements arranged on the Periodic Table of Elements?
3. How do protons determine an elements identity? How do valence electrons
determine an elements chemical properties?
identifying &
translating
RELATIONSHIPS
UNIT SELF-TEST
QUESTIONS
NEXT UNIT /Experience
UNIT MAP
9/8 Launch Unit Organizer
9/9 Atomic Structure Time line
9/10 Comparison Table
9/11 Bohr Models/ Atomic Mass
Investigation
9/12 Safety & Atoms EOU
9/15 Menu the Periodic Table Patterns
9/16 Stations Lab Properties of elements
9/17 Stations Lab Properties of elements
9/18 NOVA App w DYOD
9/19 Choice Board Activity Assessment
9/22 Valence Electrons & Charges
9/23 Kahoot.it/ Element Riddles QR codes
9/24 Visual Summary
9/25 Tie Up UO
9/26 Periodic Table EOU
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The Unit Organizer
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NAME
DATE
Introduction to Chemistry
Expanded Unit Map
studying the chemical &
physical properties of
matter
by
identifying &
translating
describing
The
Periodic Table
of
Elements
the atomic
structure
& naming the 3
Atomic
Number
Subatomic particles including
by
is used to
Classify Elements
their location, charge, & mass;
proton is
in the nucleus,
positive, 1amu
The number of
protons will
determine an
elements
identity.
the
neutron is
in the nucleus,
neutral, 1amu
electron is
Outside the nucleus,
negative, 0amu
Electrons on the outermost
orbital are called valence
electrons.
The number of valence
electrons will determine
the elements reactivity.
NEW
UNIT
SELF-TEST
QUESTIONS
10
is the # of protons and
is unique for each pure
substance.
by
Metals, Nonmetals &
Metalloids
Each with physical
properties like luster,
malleability, conductivity
into
into
Groups
Periods
with similar
physical
properties b/c of
the # of valence
electrons
with similar
in size b/c
they have
the same #
of orbitals.
The Unit Organizer
8th grade Science SMS 13-14
2
5
CURRENT
CURRENT
UNIT UNIT
DATE
3
NEXT UNIT /Experience
Introduction Chemistry
UNIT MAP
1. How would you compare and contrast the three main subatomic
particles found in the atom? Include size, mass, and location.
2. How are elements arranged on the Periodic Table of Elements?
3. How do protons determine an elements identity? How do valence
electrons determine an elements chemical properties?
6
UNIT
7
UNIT SCHEDULE
1
BIGGER PICTURE
RELATIONSHIPS
UNIT SELF-TEST
QUESTIONS
8
LAST UNIT /Experience
NAME
4
The Unit Organizer
9
Introduction to Chemistry
Expanded Unit Map
studying the chemical &
physical properties of
matter
by
NEW
UNIT
SELF-TEST
QUESTIONS
10
NAME
DATE