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  • Brain pop video on metals if ya’ll wanna use it http://www.brainpop.com/science/matterandchemistry/metals/preview.weml
  • 12/5/11

    1. 1. 12/5 A/B DayLEQ: What characteristics distinguishmetals, nonmetals, and metalloids?1. What is the difference between ions and isotopes?2. What is reactivity?3. What is the difference between an element and acompound?4. Why can we eat salt, even though it’s made of twopoisonous elements?5. COPY AND COMPLETE: Stable, or unreactiveelements [do/do not] form compounds.
    2. 2. Announcements:NEXT CLASS: QUIZ on ions,isotopes, compounds, reactivity,and today’s lesson(We will review beforehand!!!)
    3. 3. Today’s LEQ: What characteristics distinguish metals, nonmetals, and metalloids?By the end of today, you should be able to…1. Identify materials that are malleable, ductile, conductors, and insulators.2. Observe a specific material to determine whether it is classified as a metal, a nonmetal, or a metalloid3. Predict properties of elements by looking at the periodic table
    4. 4. FOCUS VOCABULARY:71. Malleable72. Ductile73. Conductor74. Insulator75. Magnetic76. Semiconductor
    5. 5. Let’s Review!–METALS–NONMETALS–METALLOIDS
    6. 6. Activating StrategyCompare and Contrast:
    7. 7. Physical Properties of MatterMalleableDuctileConductorInsulatorMagnetic
    8. 8. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7wy8ycp E48
    9. 9. Physical Properties of Matter The ability to beMalleable shaped into sheets The ability to beDuctile shaped into wires Material that carriesConductor heat and electricity Material that BLOCKSInsulator electricity and heat Attraction of oneMagnetic object to another magnetic object
    10. 10. Physical Properties—LAB DISCOVERY
    11. 11. Metals Metalloids NonmetalsMalleable DependsDuctile Depends SEMI-Conductor CONDUCTORInsulator DependsMagnetic Depends
    12. 12. Independent Practice:CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS!
    13. 13. SUMMARIZER: How would you compare the physical properties of gold (Au) tothe physical properties of diamonds (which are made of Carbon)?

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