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Lesson plan Class- 10 th Subject-Science Topic-Modern PeriodicTable
1] … GENERAL OBJECTIVE. 2] … SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE. 3] … P.K. TESTING. 4] … ANNOUNCEMENT OF TOPIC. 5] … MOTIVATION. 6] … PRESENTATION. 7] … GROUP ACTIVITY. 8] … EVALUATION. 9] … HOME ASSIGNMENT.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES 1. To develop the interest and scientific attitude among the students. 2 To develope the abilities like » sensing the problem » organise and interpret » analyse and generalize » discuss and argue 3. To develop critical attitude
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES At the completion of the lesson the students must be able to explain the importance of Classification of elements. The student must be able to explain about why elements have been classified. The student must be able to explain the basis on which elements have been classified. The student must be able to identify the blocks. The student must be able to locate an element in a particular Block, group, and period. The students would be able to draw periodic table 7 At the completion of the lesson the students must be able to explain the importance of Classification of elements. The student must be able to explain about why elements have been classified. The student must be able to explain the basis on which elements have been classified. The student must be able to identify the blocks. The student must be able to locate an element in a particular Block, group, and period. The students would be able to draw periodic table 7
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE TESTING Why similar things are placed together in a shop?
See Identify above pictures as elements, Compounds or Mixtures ? H2OH2O NaCl CO 2, N 2, O 2 Au
Why Gold, Silver & Iron are called elements? Are there only three elements ? If no then give some other examples ? There are so many ELEMENTS, approximately 118 elements are known till date.
As the students are arranged in morning assembly Can the elements be ?
ANNOUCEMENT OF THE TOPIC
MOTIVATION Dear students, As in the morning assembly students assemble according to their classes and genders so that any student may be located easily. Similarly 118 known elements are classified into different blocks in the increasing order of atomic numbers. This helps us to locate them & remember their properties.
Presentation Name the sub-atomic particles.
Modern Periodic Law The properties of elements are directly related to their atomic numbers & therefore the elements are arranged in the increasing order of their atomic numbers in a tabular form. What is tabular form? What is the basis of arrangement of elements in the periodic table? Periodic Table Atomic number The number of Protons in an atom or the number of electrons in a neutral atom What is Atomic number?
Why elements are arranged in increasing order of atomic numbers? Why do properties of elements repeat after regular intervals? Because when elements are arranged in increasing order of atomic numbers their properties repeat after regular intervals Because of the repetition of the same number of electrons in the outermost shell after regular interval. Hence we can also say that properties depend upon the number of electrons in the outer most shell.
Broadly according to the arrangement of electrons in the outer most shell the elements have been divided into four blocks namely: s block p Block d Block f block
Position of Four Blocks of Periodic Table
S Block Elements The Group I elements except Hydrogen are collectively called Alkali Metals. Remembering Aid: Hi liNa ki Rub ce friendship and The Group II elements are collectively called Alkaline earthMetals. Remembering Aid:Bemg casr bara
p Block elements The p Block elements along with s Block elements are called Representative elements. Group17elements are called Halogens Those of 18 are called Noble gases and those of 16 are called Chalcogens
The elements of d Block are generally called Transition Metals All Metals except Mercury are solids at room temp. Mercury is liquid. d Block elements
f Block Elements The f Block elements are called Inner Transition Elements The elements after Uranium are called Transuranic Elements Most of them are Radioactive & therefore used as Nuclear fuels.
Assignments to various groups:
EVALUATION 1. What is the importance of Classification of elements? 2. Why elements have been classified? 3. Explain the basis on which elements have been classified. 4. How many blocks are there in periodic table give their names? 5. Locate phosphorous and sodium in p and s blocks respectively.
Home assignments: Make a labeled sketch of modern Periodic Table Suggest some alternative ways to arrange elements. What defects do you see in the periodic table?
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suggessions You are requested to insert your effects from different sources to make the lesson plan more interesting if you think so because it is not ultimate. Students are encouraged to corelate the knowledge with surrounding and in day today life.