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Periodic Table Arrangement

Periodic Table Arrangement

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  • 1. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the Periodic Table based on their characteristics?
  • 2. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Groups • Groups are columns ( go down) on the periodic table. All elements in the same group or family have similar characteristics such as: reactivity • Elements in a group have the same number of valence electrons
  • 3. 3 81 4 5 762 H Be B C N O F Ne He Li Na Mg Al Si P S Cl Ar # of valence electrons
  • 4. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Periods The rows on the periodic table All of the elements in a period have the same number of electron shells.
  • 5. 1 electron shell 2 electron shells 3 electron shells 4 electron shells 5 electron shells 6 electron shells 7 electron shells
  • 6. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Alkali Metals • Group 1 on the periodic table • Have 1 valence electron and are VERY reactive!
  • 7. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Halogens • Group 17 on the periodic table • Have 7 valence electrons • They are all just one electron shy of having full shells. • You will often find them bonding with metals and elements from Group One of the periodic table.
  • 8. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Noble Gases • Group 18 on the periodic table • Their outermost shells are full • Because of this, they don’t react with other elements
  • 9. Now take some time… • Take 2 minutes to go over your notes and highlight or underline the main ideas that answer the essential question, you should not highlight everything: • How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? • Share with your neighbor, did you highlight the same thing?
  • 10. Time to use the left hand column • You will now write your own questions using the questioning verbs provided.
  • 11. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Groups • Groups are columns ( go down) on the periodic table. All elements in the same group or family have similar characteristics such as: reactivity • Elements in a group have the same number of valence electrons Write a question using one of the following verbs: Explain Define
  • 12. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Periods The rows on the periodic table All of the elements in a period have the same number of electron shells. Write a question using one of the following verbs: Explain Define
  • 13. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Alkali Metals • Group 1 on the periodic table • Have 1 valence electron and are VERY reactive! Write a question using one of the following verbs: Explain Define
  • 14. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Halogens • Group 17 on the periodic table • Have 7 valence electrons • They are all just one electron shy of having full shells. • You will often find them bonding with metals and elements from Group One of the periodic table. Write a question using one of the following verbs: Explain Define
  • 15. Topic: Arrangement of the Periodic Table Essential Question: How are elements arranged on the periodic table based on their characteristics? Noble Gases • Group 18 on the periodic table • Their outermost shells are full • Because of this, they don’t react with other elements Write a question using one of the following verbs: Explain Define
  • 16. Now let’s write a summary Look at each question you wrote on your own, and answer each question in a complete sentence.