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Facilitator: Bro.

Haque
Lesson Plan: Week of 10/20 10/24 Content: Chemistry Grade: 11th
PA Chemistry Standards


S11.C.1.1.4 Explain how the relationships of chemical properties are
represented in the repeating patterns within the periodic table

Explain the properties of noble gases and metals
CCSS Literacy Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RST.11-12.2 Determine the central ideas or
conclusions of a text; summarize complex concepts, processes, or
information presented in a text by paraphrasing them in simpler
but still accurate terms.

African Infusion:
Umoja unity in lab procedures and following directions in
order to succeed
SBA to HEKA

FOOD LOGS DUE WEDNESDAY

Learning Objectives

SWBAT discuss the importance of ethics in science
SWBAT explain the organization of the periodic table
SWBAT compare and contrast the properties of different periodic families
SWBAT calculate valence electrons for metals and nonmetals
SWBAT explain common periodic trends and how they change across the periodic table
SWBAT calculate ionic charge



Student materials:
Science folder or binder
Science spiral notebook
Blue or black pen
Pencil

Teacher materials:

Monday Periodic Trends Poster
Session
Wednesday EDW Valence
Electrons
Friday Quiz and Intro to Ions
Do Now No Classes/PD Review What parts of an atom are
most likely to interact with each other?
What happens to the atomic radius as you
move across periods on the periodic table?
moving down groups?

What happens to electronegativity of atoms
moving across periods on the periodic
table? moving down groups?



Do Next and
Do Later
No Classes/PD Turn in food logs and discuss next step
of SBA to HEKA

-Complete notes on Periodic table
organization and trends.

Periodic Trends poster session

1. Students will be provided
handouts with specific
information regarding four
different types of periodic table
trends. Students will then be
divided into one of 4 sections
ionization energy, activity
series, atomic radius,
electronegativity
2. In groups, students will create
posters to represent periodic
trends and explain how trends
change as you move through
periodic table
3. Brief presentations
(approximately 5 minutes) on
topics. While students present,
the rest of the class will be
taking notes in a graphic
organizer for each periodic table
trend.
4. Independent student work on
periodic trends
1. Introduction to Valence electrons
2. Understand how valence electrons
pertain to the identity of each atom
3. Guided notes on Valence electrons
(students will follow along during
powerpoint presentation)
4. Guided Practice on Valence
electrons and introduce students on
how to draw Lewis dot Structures.
5. Look for patterns and connections
between the organization of the
periodic table and atoms with
valence electrons.



Exit Ticket Exit Ticket on Periodic table trends for
Electronegativity, Ionization energy,
Atomic Radius, and Activity Series
Exit ticket on drawing Lewis Dot Structures
with the correct amount of valence electrons.
Liberation
work
BL, OL, AL BL, OL, AL

Periodic Table Organization worksheet
BL, OL, AL

Valence electron worksheet
Active
Learning
Strategies
Visual
Auditory
Kinesthetic
Tactical

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Auditory
Kinesthetic
Tactical

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Name
Differentiate Assessments Modified
Materials
Adjusted workload Repeated
Directions
Other


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Guided notes and
extra assistance
and practice with
new concepts

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Guided notes and
extra assistance
and practice with
new concepts

[Name
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Guided notes and
extra assistance
and practice with
new concepts

[Name
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Guided notes and
extra assistance
and practice with
new concepts

[Name
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Guided notes and
extra assistance
and practice with
new concepts



[Name
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Guided notes and
extra assistance
and practice with
new concepts

Taalib Prater Guided notes and
extra assistance
and practice with
new concepts