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  • eLearning Tuesday, April 14, 2020--7th AND 8th grade Practice Day

    I CAN...use models to represent atoms, elements, molecules, and compounds.

    I CAN...create models to represent the arrangement of subatomic particles in an atom (protons, neutrons, and electrons)

    I CAN...compare and contrast subatomic particles in an atom and elements

    I CAN...compare and contrast different elements according to chemical symbol, atomic number, and mass number

    Connections to Indiana Standards:

    • Physical Science 7.PS.1:  Draw, construct models, or use animations to differentiate between atoms, elements, molecules, and compounds.

    • Physical Science 8.PS.1:  Create models to represent the arrangement and charges of subatomic particles in an atom (protons, neutrons, and electrons).  Understand the significance that the currently 118 know chemical elements combine to form all the matter in the universe.
    • Physical Science 8.PS.2: Illustrate with diagrams (drawings) how atoms are arranged in simple molecules.  Distinguish between atoms, elements, molecules, and compounds.
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    • Physical Science 8.PS.3:  Use basic information provided for an element (atomic mass, atomic number, symbol, and name) to determine its place on the Periodic Table.  Use this information to find the numer of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom.

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    PART A:  Practice Day

    ** Make SURE to have viewed the instructional videos from yesterday to be able to complete the assignment for today (Videos Linked Below...)

    1.  Go to Google Classroom page

    2.  Open the "eLearning for The Atom--April 14, 2020" assignment:  eLearning for The Atom--April 14, 2020

    3.  Use the information from the videos to complete the assignment

    4.  If necessary, you may need to review the videos again

    ** Videos from 4/13/20:

    **You will need 4 sheets of any kind of paper, 3 different colored markers or crayons (or just a pen/pencil), and scissors**

    What Makes Up an Atom? PART 1

    What Makes Up an Atom? PART 2

    PART B:  Make Up any Missing Work

    Make sure to complete any missing work!