Find the Missing Element

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Find the Missing Element
IC Lesson
Periodic Table
This is lesson _3_ of _3_in this IC
A. Title of this lesson Intro to Reading the Periodic Table
B. Summary of this lesson
Work in Progress
C. Objective(s)/Learning Goal(s)/ Key Student Learning(s) of this lesson
Students will understand (content knowledge) that the periodic table is
structured as a way to organize the elements according to chemical properties
that vary in a periodic fashion.
D. Teacher Background Knowledge for this lesson
Work in Progress
E. Prior knowledge that students need to understand this lesson - with an assessment to
determine what they already know (if appropriate).
Work in Progress
F. Standards covered in this lesson
Current California Science Standards
The organization of the periodic table is based on the properties of the
elements and reflects the structure of atoms.
NGSS
Work in Progress
CCSS that apply
Created by Fremont USD teachers: Anja Crickmore, Susan Lemke, Karina Rizk, and Hollie Stark (2011)
IC Lesson
Periodic Table
This is lesson _3_ of _3_in this IC
Work in Progress
G. Suggested time to complete this lesson
45 minutes
H. Materials Used in this lesson
Copies for each student:
 Periodic Fill in Activity (See Attached)
 Periodic Table (See Attached)
 Find the Missing Element (See Attached)
Projector for ppt presentation
I. Materials Prep for this lesson (should include number of copies needed (e.g. one probe per
student, one set of directions per lab group)
Copies for each student:
 Periodic Fill in Activity (See Attached)
 Periodic Table (See Attached)
 Find the Missing Element (See Attached)
J. Lesson Plan – detailed, numbered step-by-step plans.
Day involves direct instruction.
1. Optional (Depending on Time): Start by giving each student a periodic
table or put one up in the room. It is better if they do not see the key on
the periodic table. Ask each student to come up with an observation; no
inferring. Go around the room and have each student verbally says their
observation, and if other students have already stated it, they need a
new one.
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2. Now give students direct instruction. A power point is included.
3. Following the power point, give each student a partially filled periodic
table (see attached) and instructions for filling and coloring the periodic
table. During this activity, students will be coloring families in the
periodic table and shading groups based on whether they are metals,
non-metals, or semi-metals, etc.
4. When students have finished their colored periodic tables, have them
pair share observations they can make about the periodic table in
general. Have teams share out their observations. They may need more
time on the 4th day to finish.
5. Formative Assessment: Distribute the Find the Missing Element
worksheet. This is to be given at the end of the fourth day or when time
permits.
K. Vocabulary words – key vocabulary words that are targeted or taught as part of the lesson.
(Understanding these words is essential for students to understand the key concepts of this
lesson.)
Work in Progress
L. Potential Pitfalls for: a. student understanding; b. laboratory mishaps and common procedural
errors; c. academic vocabulary issues, etc.
Work in Progress
M. Differentiation: Modifications for English Learners, advanced learners, struggling learners, etc.
Work in Progress
N. Please list all worksheets used in this lesson.
Periodic Fill in Activity (See Attached)
Periodic Table (See Attached)
Find the Missing Element (See Attached)
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Periodic Table
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O. Please list all assessments that require a separate sheet.
Find the Missing Element (See Attached)
P. Photos/Illustrations
N/A
Q. Other Resources
Lesson 3 Periodic Table PowerPoint (Separate file)
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IC Lesson
Periodic Table
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PERIODIC TABLE FILL-IN ACTIVITY
INSTRUCTIONS: (check off each step as you complete it. )
1. For the first three periods, fill in each box in the blank chart with
the SYMBOL,
NUMBER, NAME, and MASS of each element.
(Use a dark pencil or black pen.)
2. Write in each of the following parts of the chart:
___ period numbers, 1-7
___ family/group numbers, 1 -18
3. Color in each of the following groups or families of elements.
Each group is to be in a different color or shade. Be careful!
___ Alkali metals
___ Alkali Earth metals
___ Transition metals
___ Metalloids/Semimetals
___ Halogens
___ Noble Gases
___ Lanthanoid or Lanthanide metals
___ Actinoid or Actinide metals
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4. After you have colored in the groups or families. Use
the key below to label:
___ semi-metals
___ non-metals
___ metals
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Periodic Table of the Elements
Semi-Metals
Non-Metals
Alkali Metals
Alkaline-Earth Metals
Transitional Metals
Metals
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Halogens
Noble Gases
Lanthanides
Actinides
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FIND THE MISSING ELEMENTS
Common Periodic Properties of the Elements in the Periodic Table
Group 1 are very reactive and good conductors.
Group 18 are NOT reactive and all gases
Group 2 are gray-white metals and good conductors.
Atomic Mass increases as you go down in Groups.
Group 3 to 12 are transition metals and good
conductors.
In the metals, the elements become less reactive as
you move from left to right.
Group 17 are all gases and very reactive.
Use the periodic table and chart above to find the missing elements. Identify what element it is and write it’s atomic
number, symbol, and mass in the blanks below. (Notice there are more blank squares above than missing elements.)
1. Missing Element #1: It is a metal that is very reactive: _________________
2. Missing Element #2: It is a reactive gas: _______________
3. Missing Element #3: It is a heavy transition metal that is not very reactive : _______________
4. Missing Element #4: It is a gas that is not reactive at all:_________________
5. Missing Element #5: It is a light non-metal: ____________________
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