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Honors Catalyst: (Answer only) 1)Contrast ionization energy and electronegativity. 2)Rank from smallest to largest ionization energy: Li, K, Rb 3)Explain why you ranked them in that order (b/c it increases going up the PT is not acceptable in my class) Update Table of Contents: Sell Your Element – Pg 32-33 Word of the Day: Ionization Energy HW: Finish the rest of the study guide. Unit 1 Test on Tuesday
Quiz, Quiz Trade (Period 6) Inside Circle (Ask Question)Outside Circle (answers Questions) Mario Mggie Sydney Evelyn Baylee Fernando Janay David Hector Maria Alicia James Kharla Jorgey Yuleni Kate Julyssa Alejandro Genesis Karina Marco Steven Lee Ann Elizabeth Victoria Ray Yulisa Kathy Florian Patty
Quiz Question #10 Explain your reasoning to why the atom increases in size moving down the periodic table Misconceptions: “More mass, the bigger the atom” “The atom increases as you move down and to the left side of the PT. This isn’t a good explanation (Shielding effect missing)” “I don’t know” “There is more electronegativity”
Steps: 1.Using your two elements, contrast them using a T- Chart or a graphic organizer of your choice. 2.Using this information create a Rough Draft of your ad using the back of the T-Chart/Graphic. Use the Sell Your Element Handout Cesium (Cs) Francium (Fr) Smaller in Size (atomic Radius)Larger in Size (atomic Radius) Larger IESmaller IE Bohr Diagram looks like this: Valence electrons: ___Valence electrons: Less reactive alkali metalMore reactive alkali metal
3)If done early, begin Study Guide Q’s to prepare for the Unit 1 Test on Tuesday. 4)With a partner, grade each others rough draft using the rubric provided. Provide comments/feedback on what they can do better. Tuesday: 5)Begin final draft on Construction Paper! Use your Sell Your Element Sheet as a guide and as a checklist! Wednesday: 6)Post ad using tape on the wall. 7)Begin Gallery Critique
Silently work on Catalyst: (Answer only). Update Table of Contents: Sell Your Element – Pg 32-33 Word of the Day: Stability HW: Finish Final Draft of Ad (Worth a test-grade!) Using the words, “Ionization energy” and “stable” explain the picture to the left.
Final Draft of Ad (50 minutes) Must include 7 of the 11 Unit 1 Scientific Terms found in your Sell Your Element handout. Must be creative, and accurate. Sell one element over the other. Do NOT waste construction paper. Unused construction paper must be returned. Do NOT leave a mess, cap markers and glue sticks, place everything back in it’s box! Excessive chattering and off-task behavior will result in a school detention.
Unit 1 Test Please sign honor code You are to only use the periodic table given to you. If you are done, turn it in, and silently work on your Final Draft. NOBODY is allowed to speak until everyone turned in their test. Reminder: Bring Final Draft on Wednesday. Do NOT wrinkle your Ad in your backpack!
No catalyst, please organize your binder. You will turn in Unit 0 and Unit 1 by the end of today. Have final draft out, on task, no excuses!!!! 1Density Notes 2-3Density Lab 4Article: Why Study Chemistry? 5Notes: Physical and Chemical Changes 6Lab Table 7Dimensional Analysis 8 9-10Metric Scavenger Hunt 11Scientific Notation 12Conversion Lab 13Scientific Method Foldable 14SM with Bart !4BUnit 0 Test and Quizes
Gallery Walk Critique Norms Place your ad on top of your desk. Place “Gallery Walk Critique” Sheet underneath your ad You will silently walk around and critique at least 4 ads. Once you are done go back to organize your binder and turn in your packets