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Unit II: Atomic Theory Syllabus

2017-18

Day 1 F 9/22 Hmwk After Test:


Objectives: Vodcast 2.1
Discuss the scientific developments leading to our current History of the
understanding of atomic structure. Atom
Integrate technological applications to better understand atomic
and periodic properties
Demonstrate the correct method for reference citations in a
scientific classroom

Activities:
Periodic Book Assignment Rubric
Intro to Reference Citations PPT (for Periodic Book
Assignment)
Review the history of the atom
IAN Evolution of Atomic Models
The Atom Song video
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUzTQWn-wfE)

HMWK:
Vodcast 2.2 Atomic Structure
Rough Draft of Periodic Book Due 10/20
Final Draft of Periodic Book Due Test Day

Day 2 M 9/25
Objective:
Identify the subatomic particles of an atom and their properties
Describe the 3 subatomic particles of an atom and their
properties.
Describe how to determine the number of protons, neutrons and
electrons in an atom or ion.

Activities:
Video Crash Course History of the Atom
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thnDxFdkzZs)
Review Atomic Structure
IAN Atomic Structure
w.s. Protons, Neutrons and Electron Practice

Homework:
Vodcast- 2.3 Isotope and Atomic Mass
Day 3 T 9/26
Objectives:
Explain how ions differ from stable atoms.
Explain how isotopes differ from stable atoms.

Activities:
POGIL Atoms and Isotopes
Group 3 & 4 Element Quiz

Homework:
POGIL Atoms and Isotopes, if not finished in class
Candium Lab Pre-Lab

Day 4 W/R 9/27-28


Objectives:
Define atomic mass in terms of how it is calculated.
Calculate the average atomic mass of an atom for a given
element.

Activities:
Lab - The Atomic Mass of Candium
Finish POGIL Atoms and Isotopes
Review POGIL Atoms and Isotopes
POGIL Average Atomic Massses

Homework:
Vodcast 2.4 Quantum Mechanics

Day 5 F 9/29
Objectives:
Elaborate on what an isotope is and how it differs between a
element or atom

Activities:
Quiz atomic structure
IAN Isotopes
IAN - Ions
Isotopes w.s

Homework:
Vodcast 2.6 Quantum Mechanics II
Read Is Human Teleporation Possible? and annotate
Group 1-4 Quiz on Tuesday

Day 7 M 10/02
Explain electron tunneling via P.I.A.B method and
Schrodingers Equation.
Elaborate on the theoretical phenomena of teleportation via
electron tunneling
Activities:
Class Discussion on Is Teleportation Possible? w.s
Electron Tunneling / P.I.A.B Method PPT
Is Human Teleportation Possible? Article
http://discovermagazine.com/2014/julyaug/20-the-ups-and-
downs-of-teleportation

Homework:
Day 6 T 10/03 BLOCK Day for
Objectives: Conferences
Identify the 4 sub blocks of the Periodic Table
Explain what is meant by a quantum of energy.
Describe atomic orbitals in terms of their size, shape and energy.
Identify the 4 quantum levels for electron configuration.

Activities:
IAN - Sublevel Blocks of the Periodic Table color CREATE
Review w/ Quantum Mechanics and Light PPT
Group 1-4 Element Quiz
POGIL Electron Configurations
w.s. Quantum Mechanics Practice (???)

Homework:
Vodcast 2.7 Writing Electron Configurations
Day 7 W/R 10/04-05
Objectives:
Determine the electron configurations for elements using the
principle of orbital energy, orbital capacity and electron spin.
Explain the Pauli Exclusion Principle, Aufbau Principle and
Hunds Rule.

Activities:
Review Electron Configuration Writing Electron
Configuration PPT
Lecture Electron Configuration Rule PPT
Quiz atomic mass/isotopes
w.s Introduction to Electron Configuration
w.s Electron Configuration Practice

Homework:
Candium Lab Report Due

Day 8 M 10/09
Objectives:
Apply applicative technology for research and understanding of
atomic theory and structure.
Activities:
Introduction to Interactive Periodic Tables and Phet.com (NEED
IPADS / CHROMEBOOKS)
Interactive Chemistry Tech. w.s
Homework:

Day 10 T/W 10/10-11


Objectives:
To observe and analyze the colors produced in solutions and
through flame tests of different salts.
To observe the characteristic colors produced by certain metallic
ions when vaporized in a flame; and to identify an unknown
metallic ion by means of its flame test.

Activities:
Quiz Electron Configuration
Lecture Electron Excitement
Lab Flame Test
H.O Periodic Wall of Elements Reading

Homework:
Work on Flame Test Lab Report
Read Periodic Wall of Elements
Vodcast 2.8 The Periodic Table

Day 10 M 10/16
Objectives:
Describe Mendeleevs and Mosleys contributions to the
creation of the periodic table.
Define The Periodic Law
Describe how elements are arranged in the periodic table.
Explain why element in a group have similar properties
Identify basic groups of elements in the periodic table.

Activities:
Rvw Periodic Table
IAN Organization of the Periodic Table (2)
w.s. Color Coding the Periodic Table

Homework: Finish Color Coding w.s if not done in class

Day 12 T 10/17
Objectives:
Be able to define and explain the periodic trends for atomic
radii, electron affinity, first ionization energy and
electronegativity.

Activities:
Lab Periodicity of the Elements and the Periodic Table Part I
Give out Unit II Review Worksheet

Homework:

Day 13 W/R 10/18-19


Objectives:
Be able to define and explain the periodic trends for atomic
radii, electron affinity, first ionization energy and
electronegativity.

Activities:
Lab Periodicity of the Elements and the Periodic Table Part II

Homework:
Lab Follow Up Questions
Flame Test Lab Report Due

Day 14 F 10/20 Rough Draft of


Objectives: Periodic Book
Be able to define and explain the periodic trends for atomic Assignment Due
radii, electron affinity, first ionization energy and
electronegativity.

Activities:
POGIL Periodic Trends

Homework: POGIL Periodic Trends, if not done in class


Day 15 M 10/23
Objectives:
Be able to define and explain the periodic trends for atomic
radii, electron affinity, first ionization energy and
electronegativity.
Explore the importance of the Periodic Table and Periodicity
Explain the importance of the Photoelectric Effect, and
Einsteins contributions to science

Activities:
IAN Periodic Trends
IAN Groups of the P.T.
Intro to Instrumentation Photoelectric Effect PPT (Slides 1-6)
Phet.com Photoelectric Effect

Homework: Start reviewing of Unit II exam

Day 16 T 10/24

Objectives:
Review material from Unit II in regards to atomic
theory/structure, and periodicity
Activities:
Unit II Review
Day 17 W/R 10/25-26 Final Copy of
Periodic Table
Book Due
UNIT II Exam