The students will learn the characteristics and locations of the subatomic particles of an atom. The students will utilize PBS Learning Media resources and teacher-created learning activities to study protons, neutrons, electrons, and nuclei. The student will create their own atomic model to illustrate the components of elements.
How can you develop and use simple atomic models to illustrate the components of elements (including the relative position and charge of protons, neutrons, and electrons)?
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Digital Device for students (PC, Laptop, Chromebook, tablet, or iPad, etc.)
Cloud File Storage (Google Drive, iCloud, One Drive, or Dropbox, etc.)
Digital Productivity Software (Google Suite, Microsoft Office, etc.)
If digital services are not available, then the following can be used in their place:
Art Supplies for the model
- 7.P.2 The student will demonstrate an understanding of the structure and properties of matter and that matter is conserved as it undergoes changes.
- 7.P.2A All substances are composed of one or more elements. Elements are pure substances which contain only one kind of atom. The periodic table organizes these elements based on similar properties. Compounds are substances composed of two or more elem...
Lesson Created By: MattieShuler