Quarter 1, Week 6: 10/5 – 10/9 – In-person students
The Periodic Table
Atomic modeling handout
Reading the Periodic Table Notes
Power point that goes with the Reading the Periodic Table notes (starts on slide 20): The Periodic Table
DIA 1 2020-21 study guide
Honors: Bohr modeling power point: How to draw Bohr Diagrams
Bohr modeling worksheet: bohr-diagrams-worksheet
|Comprehensive Science III
|Unit of Instruction
|Atomic Theory and Periodic Table
Understand that scientific investigations involve the collection of
relevant empirical evidence, the use of logical reasoning, and the
application of imagination in devising hypotheses, predictions,
explanations and models to make sense of the collected evidence.
Explore the scientific theory of atoms (also known as atomic
theory) by recognizing that atoms are the smallest unit of an
element and are composed of sub-atomic particles (electrons
surrounding a nucleus containing protons and neutrons).
Identify the benefits and limitations of the use of scientific
Explain why theories may be modified but are rarely discarded.
Assess how technology is essential to science for such purposes
as access to outer space and other remote locations, sample
collection, measurement, data collection and storage,
computation, and communication of information.
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria
• discuss the VARIOUS methods used by scientists to answer questions or solve
problems (controlled experiments, observational studies, engineering by design,
trial and error, simulations, modeling, etc.)
engage in a lab where students:
form a hypothesis
follow a procedure using repeated trials
collect data, take measurements, analyze and interpret graphs
draw a conclusion based on evidence
use phrases such as “results support” or “fail to support” their
hypothesis/claim (NOT PROVE OR DISPROVE) and how it leads to
further investigations (revise and repeat)
recognize that atoms are the smallest unit of an element
• recognize that atoms are composed of subatomic particles:
explain that theories may be modified based on new evidence, but are rarely
discarded (in the context of atomic theory)
Please click on the link below for your science lesson plan for this week. This is a word document. Please look at the correct day, Monday, Wednesday or Thursday, for that day’s lesson and information related to that day’s lesson. Any additional links or documents are located at the top of the page.
Weekly lesson plan:
8th grade science in person lesson plans 1005-1009
DIA 1 on Wednesday and Thursday this week.
Atomic Theory time line due on Wednesday, 10/7