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Learning Targets: Atoms

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I can recognize the relationship between how scientists are able to use what they know to make
discoveries about what they dont know.

I can recognize how models are useful in understanding the atom.

I can identify the main reason that scientists use models to study atoms.

I can identify the chronological progression of the atoms model and the scientists who were
involved in the early atomic theory.

I can use indirect observations to make hypotheses and draw conclusions about objects that I
cannot see.

I can identify the ways the model of the atom has changed.

I can identify the basic principles of Rutherfords model of the atom

I can identify the set-up, goal, and outcome of Rutherfords Gold Foil experiment.

I can use indirect evidence to determine the size, shape and location of a hidden object.

I can identify how Mendeleev discovered the pattern that led to the periodic table of elements.

I can identify data about each element in the periodic table.

I can predict properties of elements based on their location in the periodic table of elements.

I can identify the physical properties of metals.

I can describe the reactivity of metals and how it changes across the periodic table.

I can identify the properties of nonmetals.

I can describe how metalloids are useful.

I can identify within each square in the periodic table the elements atomic number, chemical
symbol, name, and atomic mass.

I can identify within each square in the periodic table the elements atomic number, chemical
symbol, name, and atomic mass.

I can calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons of any element in the periodic table.

Atomic Theory
I can identify direct and indirect observations and give examples of each.

Rutherfords Discoveries/Model

Bohrs Model
I can place the correct number of electrons in the appropriate shell/orbit for any element in the
Periodic Table of Elements.
Periodic Table and Properties of Elements: