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LAYER B Assignments - Advanced Practice

LAYER C - Basic Knowledge
LAYER B - Advanced Practice
LAYER A - Assessment

Note: Some assignments have due dates! Be sure to check the calendar. 

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Assignment Name

PTS

B-1

 

What’s in a name? (Chapter 17 & 19)
Research several elements using the websites linked to the class website and complete a table posted to the internet.  Complete the analysis questions. Computer use required. Document is a Google Document. Share with Mr. Haskins when finished. 

8

B-2

 

Atoms and the Periodic Table – Virtual Lab (Chapter 17)
Go to the class website and download an activity file with the required links. http://www.haskinssci8.info  Computer use required.

8

B-3

 

Nuclear Decay and Radioactivity – Virtual Lab
(Chapter 18)
Go to the class website and download an activity file with the required links. Computer use required.

Google Sheet also needed: B3 data & graph

8

B-4

 

Properties of the Elements – Virtual Lab (Chapter 19)
Go to the class website and download an activity file with the required links. http://www.haskinssci8.info  Computer use required.

8

B-5

 

Atomic Model  (Chapter 17)
Research and find out how Rutherford discovered that the mass of the atom is concentrated primarily in the center of the atom. Write a summary paragraph for your final product.   

5

B-6

PAST 
DUE


 

Strange Symbols Poster (Chapter 17 & 19)
Research the origins of some of the strange letter combinations for atomic symbols such as “Au” for gold. Read the direction and rubric for details. See the project calendar. Computer use required. 

8

B-7

 

Electron Clouds (Chapter 17 & 19)
Sketch the energy level of atoms using what you have learned. See the instructions in class and the diagram on page 520 in the textbook.Select two from the available atoms in the lab. Video:
Podcast Electron configuration

8

B-8

  

Circle Graphs (Chapter 17)
Use the data and instructions to construct a circle graph representing the amount of elements in various objects, such as the Earth’s crust, the human body, and the atmosphere.

Pick a data set:       A        B        C

6

B-9


Periodic Wall (Chapter 17)
There will be a periodic chart hanging in the hallway. Add a “flip-square” as described in the directions. See the scoring rubric. See the project calendar for the due date and presentation.

8

B-10

PAST 
DUE

Atomic Scientist Presentation (Chapter 17)
Research a scientist involved in the understanding of atoms. Create a presentation for the class. See the directions and the scoring rubric. See the project calendar.

8

B-11

 

A Bright Idea! Neon – Webquest (Chapter 17 & 19)
Explore the chemistry behind neon signs. Computer use required. 

8

B-12

 

The Particle Adventure (Chapter 17)

Complete the activity and the questions using your book.  Only available online.

10

B-13

PAST DUE

 

Critical Thinking Question Week One (Chapter 17) Complete the question online or on your mobile device. See the project calendar.   Only available online.

4

B-14

PAST 
DUE

Critical Thinking Question Week Two (Chapter 18) Complete the question online or on your mobile device. See the project calendar.   Only available online.

4

B-15



Critical Thinking Question Week Three (Chapter 19) Complete the question online or on your mobile device. See the project calendar.  Only available online.

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