ch. 2. Periodic table essentials [45 points]

An aspect of this unit is to remind you of the availability of past screencasts (used during covid online instruction during the 2020 - 2021 school year), which might be of value in future lessons. Also, to remind you of the potential value of your chemistry textbook and that you have access to the teacher's edition of the ngss textbook, which has the answers, so you should take the responsibility to check your answers..

Reminder: group manager decides upon CW versus HW.

 

Zumdahl textbook: ch. 3, 4, & 11 atomic structure, nomenclature, & periodic trends

2.1  CW / HW: "blue" chem textbook [16 points]

ch. 3.2, 3.4 chemical symbol & chemical formula; # 16

ch. 3.5 - 3.8; 3.10 - 3.11 atomic structure; atoms vs ions; isotopes; # 29abc, 30; 46 (don't write chemical formulas)

ch. 4 chemical formula & chemical name - ionic & covalent compounds; # 6, 8, 10, 21

2.2  CW / HW: "blue" chem textbook: [18 points]

ch. 11.5 - 11.8 atomic orbitals; ch. 11.9 - 11.10 electron configuration / orbital diagram; # 22, 24, 26; 35, 36, 37, 43

ch, 11.11 periodic trends; # 56, 57

 

 

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2.1 ngss textbook; ch. 2 ; [CW / HW; self score; 10 points]

Explore: Essential periodic table patterens

Part B. Essential patterns in chemical formulas

Process & procedure: # 2 - 6

Explain: Atom essentials: history and subatomic particles

Part B. Essential details about atoms

Process & procedure: # 2; 4

Elaborate: reactivity essentials

Part A Periodic trends & ionization energy

Process & procedure: # 2, 3

Part B: periodic trends & outer shell electrons

Challenge; # 1

2.2 screencast: listen, take notes of below screencast, and group discussion on content as CW. [CW / HW; self score; 16 points]

atomic structure: *mp4 (34:30; 20.2 MB); *.pdf;

view / listen to section 2.1 - 2.4 content only, so listen for ~ first 15" only)

and chemistry textbook -- take reading notes.

2.3 video / screencast: listen, take notes of below screencast, and subsequent group discussion on content. prior textbook reading "prepares / helps" for upcoming subsequent "lectures", which might be an useful practice in your future classes in high school and college.. (CW / HW; self score; 15 points)

atomic orbital animation *.mp4 (10:12)

electron configuration: *.mp4 (36"); *.pdf

periodic table / electron configuration: *.mp4 (9:35); handout

Coulombs law; effective nuclear charge; atomic size: *.mp4 (23:09); *.pdf

ionization energy: *.mp4 (11:17); *.pdf

2.4. HW / CW: these problems would reinforce the prior content that you have learned - by both reading the textbook and listening to "lectures". such a sequence will occur in your current and future classes in high school and college. [self score; 26 points]

ch. 3 chem textbook: atomic structure & chemical formula; # 16; 29abc, 30; 46 (don't write chemical formulas)

ch. 11 chem textbook: atomic orbitals & periodic trends; # 22, 24, 26; 35, 36, 37, 43; 56, 57