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Compounds Lecture

  1. 1. Compounds and Molecules
  2. 2. Monday 12/2/13 • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Chapter 5 & 8 Study Questions – 2. AVID Interactive Notebook • Pages 44-46 – 3. Homework (Due: Monday 12/9/13) • Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 • Answer: Section Assessment Page 189 – 4. Note/PowerPoint Presentation • Molecules and Compounds – 5. Class Work • Building Molecular Models • Atoms Molecules Elements Compound Thinking Map – 6. Disney Video • Bill Nye: Atoms
  3. 3. Copyright Richards 2009 Interactive Science Notebooks
  4. 4. Copyright Richards 2009 Class Work Assignment: 1. Cut out the Compounds Carbon Crystals Molecules Sign. 2. Glue it to Page 44 Page 44
  5. 5. Copyright Richards 2009 Class Work Assignment: 1. Cut out the Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map. 2. Glue it to Page 45. Page 45
  6. 6. Copyright Richards 2009 Class Work Assignment: 1. Cut out the Building Molecular Models Lab. 2. Glue it to Page 46 Page 46
  7. 7. Copyright Richards 2009 Homework: Monday 12/2/13 Homework Due: Monday 12/9/13 Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 Answer: Section Assessment Page 189
  8. 8. Standard 3: Structure of Matter: Compounds Standard 3b: Students know that compounds are formed by combining two or more different elements and that compounds have properties that are different from their constituent elements. California Science Standard
  9. 9. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Define a compound. 2. Define a molecule 3. Build models of molecules using atoms.
  10. 10. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Listen to and takes notes from a video presentation.
  11. 11. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Question What are compounds? How are compounds formed? How are compounds and elements different?
  12. 12. Question 1: What are asteroids? Bill Nye Atoms (Starting with “A is for Atom”) Disney Videos
  13. 13. Notes Compounds
  14. 14. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 44
  15. 15. Question 1: What are asteroids? Question 1: What are the main types of matter?
  16. 16. Copyright Richards 2009 What are the main types of matter? elements sugar compounds gold copper oxygen water salt I. There are 2 main types of matter: - elements - compounds
  17. 17. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 44
  18. 18. Think-Group-Share What are the 2 main types of matter?
  19. 19. Think-Group-Share What are the 2 main types of matter?  The 2 main types of matter are elements and compounds.
  20. 20. Copyright Richards 2009 What are the main types of matter? elements sugar compounds gold copper oxygen water salt I. There are 2 main types of matter: - elements - compounds
  21. 21. Question 1: What are asteroids? Question 2: What are elements?
  22. 22. Copyright Richards 2009 What are elements? II. Elements are the building blocks of matter. oxygen copper gold
  23. 23. Copyright Richards 2009 What are elements? copper A. All of the matter in the universe is made of 92 elements or combinations of these elements. silver carbon oxygen sodium gold chlorine
  24. 24. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  25. 25. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 44
  26. 26. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44
  27. 27. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 H and O What do H and O stand for?
  28. 28. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44
  29. 29. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 1. All matter is made of 92 naturally occurring elements.
  30. 30. Think-Group-Share What is all matter made of?
  31. 31. Think-Group-Share What is all matter made of?  All matter is made of the 92 naturally occurring elements.
  32. 32. Copyright Richards 2009 What are elements? copper A. All of the matter in the universe is made of 92 elements or combinations of these elements. silver carbon oxygen sodium gold chlorine
  33. 33. Copyright Richards 2009 What are elements? copper A. The naturally occurring elements can NOT be made or destroyed. silver carbon oxygen sodium gold chlorine
  34. 34. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 1. All matter is made of 92 naturally occurring elements.
  35. 35. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 1. All matter is made of 92 naturally occurring elements. 2. Elements cannot be made or . destroyed. .
  36. 36. Think-Group-Share Can elements be made or destroyed?  Yes  No
  37. 37. Think-Group-Share Can elements be made or destroyed?  Yes  No
  38. 38. Copyright Richards 2009 What are elements? copper A. The naturally occurring elements can NOT be made or destroyed. silver carbon oxygen sodium gold chlorine
  39. 39. Question 1: What are asteroids? Question 3: What are the smallest particles of an element?
  40. 40. What are the smallest particles of an element? III. Elements are made of atoms . The Element Hydrogen 1 Hydrogen Atom
  41. 41. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  42. 42. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 44
  43. 43. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 Elements are made of Atoms.
  44. 44. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 Atoms
  45. 45. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 Elements are made of atoms. Atoms
  46. 46. Think-Group-Share What are elements made of?
  47. 47. Think-Group-Share What are elements made of?  Elements are made of atoms.
  48. 48. What are the smallest particles of an element? III. Elements are made of atoms . The Element Hydrogen 1 Hydrogen Atom
  49. 49. What are the smallest particles of an element? A. Atoms are the smallest particles of an element. Carbon Pencil lead Carbon AtomsPencils
  50. 50. What are the smallest particles of an element? A. Atoms are the smallest particles of an element. Nickel Atoms Nickel Coin Nickel Metal Foil
  51. 51. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  52. 52. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 44
  53. 53. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 Elements are made of atoms. Atoms
  54. 54. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 Elements are made of atoms. Atoms are the smallest particle of an element. Atoms
  55. 55. Think-Group-Share What is the smallest particle of an element?
  56. 56. Think-Group-Share What is the smallest particle of an element?  The smallest particle of an element is an atom of that element.
  57. 57. What are the smallest particles of an element? A. Atoms are the smallest particles of an element. Nickel Atoms Nickel Coin Nickel Metal Foil
  58. 58. Question 1: What are asteroids? Question 4: What are molecules?
  59. 59. What are the smallest particles of an element? IV. Atoms connect together with bonds to form molecules. 1 Hydrogen Molecule 2 Hydrogen Atoms
  60. 60. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  61. 61. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this molecule: 1 hydrogen 1 hydrogen 1 hydrogen atom atom molecule H H
  62. 62. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this molecule: 1 hydrogen 1 hydrogen 1 hydrogen atom atom molecule H H HH bond
  63. 63. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 1 oxygen 1 oxygen 1 oxygen atom atom molecule O O
  64. 64. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 1 oxygen 1 oxygen 1 oxygen atom atom molecule double bond O O OO
  65. 65. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  66. 66. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 44
  67. 67. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 Atoms combine to form Molecules
  68. 68. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 H2O
  69. 69. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 34 Molecules
  70. 70. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 44 Atoms bond to form molecules. Molecules
  71. 71. Think-Group-Share How are molecules formed?
  72. 72. Think-Group-Share How are molecules formed?  Atoms bond to form the molecules.
  73. 73. What are the smallest particles of an element? IV. Atoms connect together with bonds to make molecules. 1 Hydrogen Molecule 2 Hydrogen Atoms
  74. 74. Compounds
  75. 75. Tuesday 12/3/13 • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Chapter 8 Study Guide – 2. AVID Interactive Notebook • Pages 44-46 – 3. Homework (Due: Monday 12/9/13) • Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 • Answer: Section Assessment Page 189 – 4. Note/PowerPoint Presentation • Molecules and Compounds – 5. Class Work • Building Molecular Models Lab • Atoms Molecules Elements Compound Thinking Map – 6. Discovery Streaming Video • “Matter and Its Properties: What Makes Up Matter?”
  76. 76. Class Work Chapter 5 & 8 Study Questions
  77. 77. Class Work Chapter 5 Study Questions
  78. 78. Class Work Chapter 8 Study Questions
  79. 79. Copyright Richards 2009 Homework: Monday 12/2/13 Homework Due: Monday 12/9/13 Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 Answer: Section Assessment Page 189
  80. 80. Standard 3: Structure of Matter: Compounds Standard 3b: Students know that compounds are formed by combining two or more different elements and that compounds have properties that are different from their constituent elements. California Science Standard
  81. 81. Standard 3: Compounds: Standard 3F: Students know how to use the periodic table to identify elements in simple compounds. California Science Standard
  82. 82. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Define a compound. 2. Identify elements in a compound using the chemical formula and the periodic table. 3. Explain how compounds and elements differ. 4. Build models of molecules using atoms.
  83. 83. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Listen to and takes notes from a video presentation.
  84. 84. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Question What are compounds? How are compounds formed? How are compounds and elements different?
  85. 85. Question 1: What are asteroids? “Matter and Its Properties: What Makes Up Matter?” (5:35 Combining Elements) (0-10:53) Discovery Streaming Video
  86. 86. Notes Compounds
  87. 87. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  88. 88. Question 1: What are asteroids? Question 5: What are compounds?
  89. 89. What are compounds? V. A compound is formed from the chemical reaction of 2 or more elements sodium + chlorine = salt element element compound
  90. 90. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  91. 91. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  92. 92. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 H and O react
  93. 93. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 H and O H2O Elements react to form Compounds. react
  94. 94. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 H2O react
  95. 95. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45
  96. 96. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Compounds are made from the chemical reaction of 2 or more elements.
  97. 97. Think-Group-Share How are compounds made?
  98. 98. Think-Group-Share How are compounds made?  Compounds are made from the chemical reaction of 2 or more elements.
  99. 99. What are compounds? V. A compound is made from the chemical reaction of 2 or more elements sodium + chlorine = salt element element compound
  100. 100. salt What are compounds? A. Atoms of each element form bonds to make molecules of the compound. sodium + chlorine = salt element compound Na+ Cl- +
  101. 101. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  102. 102. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule O H H
  103. 103. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule O H H HH O bonds
  104. 104. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  105. 105. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  106. 106. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 H2O
  107. 107. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Atoms bond to form molecules. Atoms of elements bond to form molecules of a compound Molecules
  108. 108. Think-Group-Share How are molecules of a compound formed?
  109. 109. Think-Group-Share How are molecules of a compound formed?  Atoms of each element bond to form the molecules.
  110. 110. salt What are compounds? A. Atoms of each element form bonds to make molecules of the compound. sodium + chlorine = salt element compound Na+ Cl- +
  111. 111. Notes Compounds
  112. 112. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  113. 113. Copyright Richards 2009 Class Work Page 46
  114. 114. Class Work Page 46
  115. 115. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Compounds: Use this Legend: white = hydrogen H sodium Na red = oxygen O black = carbon C green = chlorine Cl = fluorine F orange = nitrogen N yellow = sulfur S
  116. 116. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: Cl HCl 1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule + = H
  117. 117. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Compounds: Use this Legend: white = hydrogen H sodium Na red = oxygen O black = carbon C green = chlorine Cl = fluorine F orange = nitrogen N yellow = sulfur S
  118. 118. Class Work Page 46
  119. 119. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: H Cl HCl
  120. 120. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: H Cl HCl 1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule
  121. 121. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: H Cl HCl 1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule H
  122. 122. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: H Cl HCl 1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule H Cl
  123. 123. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: H Cl HCl 1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule H Cl H ClCl
  124. 124. Notes Compounds
  125. 125. How are elements and compounds different? B. The properties of compounds are always different from the properties of the elements that formed them . Hydrogen (gas) Oxygen (gas) = Water (liquid) element element compound +
  126. 126. What are compounds? The properties of water are nothing like the properties of hydrogen and oxygen. Hydrogen + Oxygen = Water explodes burns freezes
  127. 127. What are compounds? + Hydrogen is an explosive gas. Hydrogen
  128. 128. What are compounds? + HydrogenOxygen is a gas which burns. Oxygen
  129. 129. What are compounds? + HydrogenThey form water which is a freezing liquid. water
  130. 130. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  131. 131. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  132. 132. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 H2O react
  133. 133. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45
  134. 134. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 are always different from the properties of the elements that form them.
  135. 135. Think-Group-Share How are compounds different from the elements they are made from?
  136. 136. Think-Group-Share How are compounds different from the elements they are made from?  Compounds always have different properties than the elements they are made from.
  137. 137. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  138. 138. Copyright Richards 2009 Class Work Page 46
  139. 139. Class Work Page 46 H Cl HCl1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule H Cl H ClCl
  140. 140. Hands on Activity N 3H NH3 1 nitrogen 3 hydrogen 1 ammonia atom atoms molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction:
  141. 141. Hands on Activity
  142. 142. Class Work Page 46 H Cl HCl1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule H Cl H ClCl
  143. 143. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction N 3H NH3
  144. 144. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction N 3H NH3 1 nitrogen 3 hydrogen 1 ammonia atom atoms molecule
  145. 145. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction N 3H NH3 1 nitrogen 3 hydrogen 1 ammonia atom atoms molecule N
  146. 146. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction N 3H NH3 1 nitrogen 3 hydrogen 1 ammonia atom atoms molecule N H H H
  147. 147. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction N 3H NH3 1 nitrogen 3 hydrogen 1 ammonia atom atoms molecule H H H N N H H H
  148. 148. Hands on Activity C 4H CH4 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 methane atom atoms molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction:
  149. 149. Hands on Activity
  150. 150. Class Work Page 46 H Cl HCl1 hydrogen + 1 chlorine 1 hydrochloric acid atom atom molecule H Cl H ClCl N 3H NH31 nitrogen 3 hydrogen 1 ammonia atom atoms molecule H H H N N H H H
  151. 151. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction C 4H CH4
  152. 152. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction C 4H CH4 1 carbon atom
  153. 153. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction C 4H CH4 1 carbon atom C
  154. 154. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction C 4H CH4 1 carbon 4 hydrogen atom atoms C
  155. 155. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction C 4H CH4 1 carbon 4 hydrogen atom atoms C H H H H
  156. 156. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction C 4H CH4 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 methane atom atoms molecule C H H H H
  157. 157. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction C 4H CH4 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 methane atom atoms molecule C H H H H C H H H H
  158. 158. Compounds
  159. 159. Wednesday 12/4/13 • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Elements and Compounds Cryptogram – 2. AVID Interactive Notebook • Pages 45-46 – 3. Homework (Due: Monday 12/9/13) • Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 • Answer: Section Assessment Page 189 – 4. Note/PowerPoint Presentation • Molecules, Compounds, and Chemical Formulas – 5. Class Work • Building Molecular Models Lab • Atoms Molecules Elements Compound Thinking Map
  160. 160. Class Work Elements and Compounds Cryptogram
  161. 161. Elements and Compounds Cryptogram
  162. 162. Class Work Chapters 5 & 8 Study Questions
  163. 163. Class Work Chapter 5 Study Questions
  164. 164. Class Work Chapter 8 Study Questions
  165. 165. Copyright Richards 2009 Homework: Monday 12/2/13 Homework Due: Monday 12/9/13 Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 Answer: Section Assessment Page 189
  166. 166. Standard 3: Structure of Matter: Compounds Standard 3b: Students know that compounds are formed by combining two or more different elements and that compounds have properties that are different from their constituent elements. California Science Standard
  167. 167. Standard 3: Compounds: Standard 3F: Students know how to use the periodic table to identify elements in simple compounds. California Science Standard
  168. 168. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Explain how the properties of compounds are different from the elements that form them. 2. Interpret what chemical formulas show about the atoms in compounds. 3. Build models of molecules using atoms.
  169. 169. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Listen to and takes notes from a video presentation.
  170. 170. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Question How are compounds and elements different? What do chemical formulas show about compounds?
  171. 171. Notes Compounds
  172. 172. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  173. 173. Notes: Compounds
  174. 174. Question 1: What are asteroids? Question 6: What are Chemical Formulas?
  175. 175. What are chemical formulas? VI. Chemical symbols are used to represent elements. Carbon (solid) Oxygen (gas) = Sugar (solid) element element compound + Hydrogen (gas) element + HC O
  176. 176. What are chemical formulas? A. Chemical formulas represent compounds. Carbon (solid) Oxygen (gas) = Sugar (solid) element element compound + Hydrogen (gas) element + HC O C12H22O11
  177. 177. Think-Group-Share What do chemical formulas represent?
  178. 178. Think-Group-Share What do chemical formulas represent?  Chemical formulas represent compounds.
  179. 179. What are chemical formulas? The Chemical formula for table sugar is C12H22O11. = Table Sugar C12H22O11 Carbon Oxygen (gas) Hydrogen + Oxygen
  180. 180. What are chemical formulas? Table sugar (C12H22O11) contains the elements carbon, hydrogen and oxygen = Table Sugar C12H22O11 Carbon Oxygen (gas) Hydrogen + Oxygen
  181. 181. Think-Group-Share What elements are in sugar C12H22O11?
  182. 182. Think-Group-Share What elements are in sugar C12H22O11?  Sugar is made of the elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
  183. 183. What are compounds? Chemical formula for table salt is NaCl.. Table Salt NaCl SodiumChlorine Sodium =
  184. 184. What are chemical formulas? Table salt (NaCl) contains the elements sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl). Table Salt NaCl SodiumChlorine Sodium = Cl Na
  185. 185. Think-Group-Share What elements are in salt NaCl?
  186. 186. Think-Group-Share What elements are in salt NaCl?  Salt is made of the elements sodium and chlorine.
  187. 187. What are chemical formulas? B. Chemical formulas tell (show) you the elements the compound is made of . Carbon (solid) Oxygen (gas) = Sugar (solid) element element compound + Hydrogen (gas) element + HC O C12H22O11
  188. 188. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  189. 189. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  190. 190. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 H2O react
  191. 191. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45
  192. 192. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45
  193. 193. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Chemical formulas show the elements in a compound.
  194. 194. Think-Group-Share What is one thing a chemical formula shows you about a compound?
  195. 195. Think-Group-Share What is one thing a chemical formula shows you about a compound?  Chemical formulas show you the elements in a compound.
  196. 196. Notes: Compounds
  197. 197. What are chemical formulas? C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule =+ 3O C. Chemical formulas also tell you the numbers of atoms of each element in a compound.
  198. 198. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  199. 199. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  200. 200. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Chemical formulas show the elements in a compound.
  201. 201. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45
  202. 202. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Chemical formulas show the number of atoms of each element.
  203. 203. Think-Group-Share What else do chemical formulas show about compounds?
  204. 204. Think-Group-Share What else do chemical formulas show about compounds?  Chemical formulas also show the number of atoms of each element in a compound.
  205. 205. Notes: Compounds
  206. 206. What are chemical formulas? C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule =+ 3O C. Chemical formulas also tell you the numbers of atoms of each element in a compound.
  207. 207. What are chemical formulas? C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule =+ 3O 1. The number 1 is never written in a chemical formula. If there is 1 atom, a number is not written.
  208. 208. What are chemical formulas? C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule =+ 3O 1. The number 1 is never written in a chemical formula. If there is 1 atom, a number is not written.
  209. 209. Class Work Atoms Molecules Elements and Compounds Thinking Map
  210. 210. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  211. 211. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Chemical formulas show the number of atoms of each element. Chemical formulas show the elements in a compound.
  212. 212. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Chemical formulas show the number of atoms of each element.
  213. 213. Atoms Molecules Compounds Elements Graphic Organizer Page 45 Chemical formulas show the number of atoms of each element. The number 1 is never written.
  214. 214. Think-Group-Share How many oxygen atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?
  215. 215. Think-Group-Share How many oxygen atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?  There are 3 oxygen atoms in a molecule of CaCO3 The number 3 tells you there are 3 Oxygen atoms
  216. 216. Think-Group-Share How many carbon atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?
  217. 217. Think-Group-Share How many carbon atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?  There is 1 carbon atom in a molecule of CaCO3 When no number is written, it means there is 1 atom of that element.
  218. 218. Think-Group-Share How many calcium atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?
  219. 219. Think-Group-Share How many calcium atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?  There is 1 calcium atom in a molecule of CaCO3 When no number is written, it means there is 1 atom of that element.
  220. 220. What are chemical formulas? C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule =+ 3O C. Chemical formulas also tell you the numbers of atoms of each element in a compound.
  221. 221. Compounds
  222. 222. Thursday 12/5/13 • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Elements and Compounds Cryptogram – 2. AVID Interactive Notebook • Pages 45-46 – 3. Homework (Due: Monday 12/9/13) • Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 • Answer: Section Assessment Page 189 – 4. Note/PowerPoint Presentation • Molecules, Compounds, and Chemical Formulas – 5. Class Work • Building Molecular Models Lab • Atoms Molecules Elements Compound Thinking Map
  223. 223. Class Work Elements and Compounds Cryptogram
  224. 224. Elements and Compounds Cryptogram
  225. 225. Class Work Chapters 5 & 8 Study Questions
  226. 226. Class Work Chapter 5 Study Questions
  227. 227. Class Work Chapter 8 Study Questions
  228. 228. Copyright Richards 2009 Homework: Monday 12/2/13 Homework Due: Monday 12/9/13 Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 Answer: Section Assessment Page 189
  229. 229. Standard 3: Structure of Matter: Compounds Standard 3b: Students know that compounds are formed by combining two or more different elements and that compounds have properties that are different from their constituent elements. California Science Standard
  230. 230. Standard 3: Compounds: Standard 3F: Students know how to use the periodic table to identify elements in simple compounds. California Science Standard
  231. 231. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Explain how the properties of compounds are different from the elements that form them. 2. Interpret what chemical formulas show about the atoms in compounds. 3. Build models of molecules using atoms.
  232. 232. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Listen to and takes notes from a video presentation.
  233. 233. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Question How are compounds and elements different? What do chemical formulas show about compounds?
  234. 234. Question 1: What are asteroids? Matter and Its Properties“What Makes Up Matter?” (9:33) Discovery Streaming Video
  235. 235. Question 1: What are asteroids? “Assignment Discovery Compounds and Chemical Reactions “Bonds: Keeping it Together” (13:15) Discovery Streaming Video
  236. 236. Compounds Review
  237. 237. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  238. 238. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the question and THINK about the answer. 2. GROUP: Discuss the answer with your teammates and agree on the correct answer. 3. SHARE your answers by writing them on the magnetic slate and holding them up.
  239. 239. Think-Write-Group-Share What is all matter made of?  A. 26 man-made elements  B. 92 naturally occurring elements  C. 118 elements
  240. 240. Think-Write-Group-Share What is all matter made of?  A. 26 man-made elements  B. 92 naturally occurring elements  C. 118 elements
  241. 241. Think-Write-Group-Share What are the smallest particles of matter?  A. elements  B. atoms  C. compounds
  242. 242. Think-Write-Group-Share What are the smallest particles of matter?  A. elements  B. atoms  C. compounds
  243. 243. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about naturally occurring elements?  A. They can be made. B. They can be destroyed. C. They cannot be made or destroyed.
  244. 244. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about naturally occurring elements?  A. They can be made. B. They can be destroyed. C. They cannot be made or destroyed.
  245. 245. Think-Write-Group-Share What are compounds made from?  A. The chemical reaction of 2 or more elements. B. The mixing of 2 or more elements.
  246. 246. Think-Write-Group-Share What are compounds made from?  A. The chemical reaction of 2 or more elements. B. The mixing of 2 or more elements.
  247. 247. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about the properties of compounds?  A. They are the same as the elements that form them. B. They are different from the elements that form them.
  248. 248. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about the properties of compounds?  A. They are the same as the elements that form them. B. They are different from the elements that form them.
  249. 249. Think-Write-Group-Share What 2 things do chemical formulas show?  A. The elements in a compound.  B. How elements react in a compound.  C. The number of atoms of each element in a compound.
  250. 250. Think-Write-Group-Share What 2 things do chemical formulas show?  A. The elements in a compound.  B. How elements react in a compound.  C. The number of atoms of each element in a compound.
  251. 251. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  252. 252. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound water. H2O How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of water ?
  253. 253. Think-Group-Share H2O How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of water?  There are 2 hydrogen atoms in 1 molecule of water.
  254. 254. Think-Group-Share What does the 2 in H2O tell us?
  255. 255. Think-Group-Share What does the 2 in H2O tell us?  The 2 tells us there are 2 hydrogen atoms in a molecule of water (H2O).
  256. 256. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound water. H2O How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of water?
  257. 257. Think-Group-Share H2O How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of water?  There is 1 oxygen atom in 1 molecule of water. (1 is never written)
  258. 258. Think-Group-Share What does the O in H2O tell us?
  259. 259. Think-Group-Share What does the O in H2O tell us?  The O tells us there is 1 oxygen atom in a molecule of water (H2O).
  260. 260. Class Work Page 46
  261. 261. Hands on Activity 2H O H2O 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction:
  262. 262. Hands on Activity
  263. 263. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2H O H2O 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule
  264. 264. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2H O H2O 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule H H
  265. 265. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2H O H2O 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule O H H
  266. 266. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2H O H2O 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule O H H
  267. 267. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2H O H2O 2 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 water atoms atom molecule O HH O H H
  268. 268. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound hydrogen peroxide. H2O2 How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of peroxide?
  269. 269. Think-Group-Share H2O2 How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of peroxide?  There are 2 hydrogen atoms in 1 molecule of peroxide.
  270. 270. Think-Group-Share What does the H2 in H2O2 tell us?
  271. 271. Think-Group-Share What does the H2 in H2O2 tell us?  The H2 tells us there are 2 hydrogen atoms in a molecule of peroxide (H2O2).
  272. 272. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound peroxide. H2O2 How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of peroxide?
  273. 273. Think-Group-Share H2O2 How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of peroxide?  There are 2 oxygen atoms in 1 molecule of peroxide.
  274. 274. Think-Group-Share What does the O2 in H2O2 tell us?
  275. 275. Think-Group-Share What does the O2 in H2O2 tell us?  The O2 tells us there are 2 oxygen atoms in a molecule of peroxide (H2O2).
  276. 276. Class Work Page 46
  277. 277. Hands on Activity 2H 2O H2O2 2 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 peroxide atoms atoms molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction:
  278. 278. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Compounds: Use this Legend: white = hydrogen H sodium Na red = oxygen O black = carbon C green = chlorine Cl = fluorine F orange = nitrogen N yellow = sulfur S
  279. 279. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction 2H 2O H2O2 2 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 peroxide atoms atoms molecule
  280. 280. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction 2H 2O H2O2 H H 2 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 peroxide atoms atoms molecule
  281. 281. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction 2H 2O H2O2 O H H O 2 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 peroxide atoms atoms molecule
  282. 282. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction 2H 2O H2O2 2 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 peroxide atoms atoms molecule O H H O H H O O
  283. 283. Think-Group-Share How does adding an O to the compound H2O change it? water
  284. 284. Think-Group-Share How does adding an O to the compound H2O change it? water (H2O) Adding an O changes water (H2O) into peroxide (H2O2). peroxide (H2O2)
  285. 285. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound carbon dioxide. CO2 How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon dioxide?
  286. 286. Think-Group-Share CO2 How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon dioxide?  There is 1 carbon atom in 1 molecule of carbon dioxide.
  287. 287. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 carbon atom in CO2?
  288. 288. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 carbon atom in CO2?  No number is written after the C for carbon. CO2 (1 is never written)
  289. 289. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound carbon dioxide. CO2 How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon dioxide?
  290. 290. Think-Group-Share CO2 How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon dioxide?  There are 2 oxygen atoms in 1 molecule of carbon dioxide.
  291. 291. Think-Group-Share How do you know there are 2 oxygen atoms in CO2?
  292. 292. Think-Group-Share How do you know there are 2 oxygen atoms in CO2?  The number 2 is written after the O for oxygen. CO2 (2 is written)
  293. 293. Class Work Page 46
  294. 294. Hands on Activity C 2O CO2 1 carbon 2 oxygen 1 carbon dioxide atom atoms molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction:
  295. 295. Hands on Activity
  296. 296. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction. C 2O CO2 1 carbon 2 oxygen 1 carbon dioxide atom atoms molecule C
  297. 297. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction. C 2O CO2 1 carbon 2 oxygen 1 carbon dioxide atom atoms molecule OC O
  298. 298. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction. C 2O CO2 1 carbon 2 oxygen 1 carbon dioxide atom atoms molecule CO O OC O
  299. 299. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction. 2. Label reactants and products. C 2O CO2 1 carbon 2 oxygen 1 carbon dioxide atom atoms molecule OC C O O O
  300. 300. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction. 2. Label reactants and products. C 2O CO2 1 carbon 2 oxygen 1 carbon dioxide atom atoms molecule OC C O O O
  301. 301. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound carbon monoxide. CO How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon monoxide?
  302. 302. Think-Group-Share CO How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon monoxide?  There is 1 carbon atom in 1 molecule of carbon monoxide.
  303. 303. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 carbon atom in CO?
  304. 304. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 carbon atom in CO?  No number is written after the C for carbon. CO (1 is never written)
  305. 305. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound carbon monoxide. CO How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon monoxide?
  306. 306. Think-Group-Share CO How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of carbon monoxide?  There is 1 oxygen atom in 1 molecule of carbon monoxide.
  307. 307. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 oxygen atom in CO?
  308. 308. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 oxygen atom in CO?  No number is written after the O for oxygen. CO (No number means 1 atom)
  309. 309. Hands on Activity C O CO 1 carbon 1 oxygen 1 carbon monoxide atom atom molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction:
  310. 310. Class Work Page 46 Do Not write this Equation
  311. 311. Hands on Activity
  312. 312. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction 2. Label reactants and products. C O CO 1 carbon 1 oxygen 1 carbon monoxide atom atoms molecule C Do not write.
  313. 313. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction 2. Label reactants and products. C O CO 1 carbon 1 oxygen 1 carbon monoxide atom atoms molecule OC Do not write.
  314. 314. Hands on Activity Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction 2. Label reactants and products. C O CO 1 carbon 1 oxygen 1 carbon monoxide atom atoms molecule C O C O Do not write.
  315. 315. Think-Group-Share How does taking away an oxygen atom (O) from the compound CO2 change it? carbon dioxide
  316. 316. Think-Group-Share How does taking away an oxygen atom (O) from the compound CO2 change it? carbon dioxide (CO2) Taking away an O changes carbon dioxide (CO2) into carbon monoxide (CO). carbon monoxide (CO)
  317. 317. Think-Group-Share How many oxygen atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?
  318. 318. Think-Group-Share How many oxygen atoms are in the compound CaCO3 (calcium carbonate)?  There are 3 oxygen atoms in a molecule of CaCO3 The number 3 tells you there are 3 Oxygen atoms
  319. 319. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound calcium carbonate. CaCO3 How many calcium atoms are in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate?
  320. 320. Think-Group-Share CaCO3 How many calcium atoms are in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate?  There is 1 calcium atom in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate.
  321. 321. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 calcium atom in CaCO3?
  322. 322. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 calcium atom in CaCO3?  No number is written after the Ca for calcium. CaCO3 (1 is never written)
  323. 323. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound calcium carbonate. CaCO3 How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate?
  324. 324. Think-Group-Share CaCO3 How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate?  There is 1 carbon atom in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate.
  325. 325. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 carbon atom in CaCO3?
  326. 326. Think-Group-Share How do you know there is 1 carbon atom in CaCO3?  No number is written after the C for carbon. CaCO3 (1 is never written)
  327. 327. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound calcium carbonate. CaCO3 How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate?
  328. 328. Think-Group-Share CaCO3 How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate?  There are 3 oxygen atoms in 1 molecule of calcium carbonate.
  329. 329. Think-Group-Share How do you know there are 3 oxygen atoms in CaCO3?
  330. 330. Think-Group-Share How do you know there are 3 oxygen atoms in CaCO3?  The number 3 is written after the O for oxygen. CaCO3 (3 is written)
  331. 331. Compounds
  332. 332. Friday 12/6/13 • Agenda – 1. Bellringer: • Elements and Compounds Cryptogram – 2. AVID Interactive Notebook • Pages 45-46 – 3. Homework (Due: Monday 12/9/13) • Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 • Answer: Section Assessment Page 189 – 4. Note/PowerPoint Presentation • Compounds and Chemical Formulas – 5. Class Work/Cooperative Learning • Building Molecular Models Lab • Interpreting Chemical Formulas • Chemical Formulas Activity
  333. 333. Class Work Elements and Compounds Cryptogram
  334. 334. Elements and Compounds Cryptogram
  335. 335. Class Work Chapters 5 & 8 Study Questions
  336. 336. Class Work Chapter 5 Study Questions
  337. 337. Class Work Chapter 8 Study Questions
  338. 338. Copyright Richards 2009 Homework: Monday 12/2/13 Homework Due: Monday 12/9/13 Read Textbook: Pages 184-189 Answer: Section Assessment Page 189
  339. 339. Standard 3: Structure of Matter: Compounds Standard 3b: Students know that compounds are formed by combining two or more different elements and that compounds have properties that are different from their constituent elements. California Science Standard
  340. 340. Standard 3: Compounds: Standard 3F: Students know how to use the periodic table to identify elements in simple compounds. California Science Standard
  341. 341. Content Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Explain how the properties of compounds are different from the elements that form them. 2. Interpret what chemical formulas show about the atoms in compounds. 3. Build models of molecules using atoms.
  342. 342. Language Objectives After this lesson I should be able to: 1. Read and listen to a presentation. 2. Write information on a thinking map and graphic organizer. 3. Write Cornell notes. 4. Participate in whole class and small group discussion. 5. Read and write definitions. 6. Read and answer questions. 7. Listen to and takes notes from a video presentation.
  343. 343. Question 1: What are asteroids? Key Question How are compounds and elements different? What do chemical formulas show about compounds?
  344. 344. Question 1: What are asteroids? “Physical Science Series: Elements, Compounds and Atoms” Compounds Segment Discovery Streaming Video
  345. 345. Question 1: What are asteroids? “Chemical Bonds Elements, Compounds and Atoms” Discovery Streaming Video
  346. 346. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  347. 347. Class Work Page 46
  348. 348. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O
  349. 349. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical equation for the compound calcium carbonate. What are the elements in this chemical reaction? C Ca CaCO33O
  350. 350. Think-Group-Share What are the elements in this chemical reaction?  carbon, calcium, and oxygen C Ca CaCO33O elements
  351. 351. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical equation for the compound calcium carbonate. What is the compound formed in this chemical reaction? C Ca CaCO33O
  352. 352. Think-Group-Share What is the compound formed in this chemical reaction?  CaCO3 C Ca CaCO33O compound
  353. 353. Hands on Activity
  354. 354. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction. 2. Label reactants and products. 3O
  355. 355. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon atom Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O C
  356. 356. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium atom atom Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O C
  357. 357. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium atom atom Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O C Ca
  358. 358. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen atom atom atoms Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O C Ca
  359. 359. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen atom atom atoms Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O C Ca O OO
  360. 360. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen atom atom atoms Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O C Ca O OO Hints: 1. The carbon atom is bonded to the 3 oxygen atoms. 2. One bond is a double bond C=O. 3. C, Ca and 2 Os form a ring.
  361. 361. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O O OO C Ca
  362. 362. Hands on Activity C Ca CaCO3 1 carbon 1 calcium 3 oxygen 1 calcium atom atom atoms carbonate molecule Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 3O O OO C Ca C O Ca O O
  363. 363. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  364. 364. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound methanol. CH3OH What elements are in the compound methanol?
  365. 365. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound methanol. CH3OH What elements are in the compound methanol?  carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
  366. 366. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound methanol. CH3OH How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of methanol?
  367. 367. Think-Group-Share CH3OH How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of methanol?  There is 1 carbon atom in 1 molecule of methanol.
  368. 368. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound methanol. CH3OH How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of methanol?
  369. 369. Think-Group-Share CH3OH How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of methanol?  There is 1 oxygen atom in 1 molecule of methanol.
  370. 370. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound methanol. CH3OH How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of methanol?
  371. 371. Think-Group-Share CH3OH How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of methanol?  There are 4 hydrogen atoms in 1 molecule of methanol. (This is 1 hydrogen atom) (This is 3 hydrogen atoms)
  372. 372. Hands on Activity C 4H CH3OH 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 methanol atom atoms atom molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: O +
  373. 373. Hands on Activity C 4H CH3OH 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 methanol atom atoms atom molecule Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction. 2. Label reactants and products. O
  374. 374. Hands on Activity C 4H CH3OH 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 methanol atom atoms atom molecule Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: O C H H H H O
  375. 375. Hands on Activity C 4H CH3OH 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 methanol atom atoms atom molecule Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: O C H H H H O Hints: 1. The carbon atom is bonded to 3 hydrogen atoms. 2. The oxygen atom is bonded to 1 hydrogen atom. 3. The carbon is bonded to the oxygen atom.
  376. 376. Hands on Activity C 4H CH3OH 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 methanol atom atoms atom molecule Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: O C C O H H H H O H HH H
  377. 377. Hands on Activity C 4H CH3OH 1 carbon 4 hydrogen 1 oxygen 1 methanol atom atoms atom molecule Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: O C O H HH H
  378. 378. Question 1: What are asteroids? Building Molecular Models Class Work
  379. 379. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound vinegar (acetic acid). CH3COOH What elements are in the compound vinegar?
  380. 380. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound vinegar. CH3COOH What elements are in the compound vinegar?  carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
  381. 381. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound vinegar. CH3COOH How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of vinegar?
  382. 382. Think-Group-Share CH3COOH How many carbon atoms are in 1 molecule of vinegar?  There are 2 carbon atoms in 1 molecule of vinegar.
  383. 383. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound vinegar. CH3COOH How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of vinegar?
  384. 384. Think-Group-Share CH3COOH How many oxygen atoms are in 1 molecule of vinegar?  There are 2 oxygen atoms in 1 molecule of vinegar.
  385. 385. Think-Group-Share Look at the chemical formula for the compound vinegar. CH3COOH How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of vinegar?
  386. 386. Think-Group-Share CH3COOH How many hydrogen atoms are in 1 molecule of vinegar?  There are 4 hydrogen atoms in 1 molecule of vinegar. (This is 1 hydrogen atom) (This is 3 hydrogen atoms)
  387. 387. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH 2 carbon 4 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 acetic atom atoms atoms acid molecule =+ Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O
  388. 388. Hands on Activity
  389. 389. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O
  390. 390. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon atoms
  391. 391. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon atoms C C
  392. 392. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon 4 hydrogen atoms atoms C C
  393. 393. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon 4 hydrogen atoms atoms C C H H H H
  394. 394. 2 carbon 4 hydrogen 2 oxygen atoms atoms atoms Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon 4 hydrogen atom C C H H H H
  395. 395. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon 4 hydrogen atom atoms C C H H H H 2 carbon 4 hydrogen 2 oxygen atom atoms atoms O O
  396. 396. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon 4 hydrogen atom atoms C C H H H H 2 carbon 4 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 acetic atom atoms atoms acid molecule O O
  397. 397. Hands on Activity CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: CCH H H O O H
  398. 398. Hands on Activity CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: C O O H CH H H CCH H H O O H
  399. 399. Hands on Activity 2C 4H CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: 2O 2 carbon 4 hydrogen atom atoms C C H H H H 2 carbon 4 hydrogen 2 oxygen 1 acetic atom atoms atoms acid molecule O O C O O H C H HH
  400. 400. Hands on Activity CH3COOH Making Molecular Models of Chemical Equations: 1. Write the reaction below. 2. Using the legend, make a model of this reaction: C O O H CH H H CCH H H O O H
  401. 401. Question 1: What are asteroids? Interpreting Chemical Formulas Guided Practice
  402. 402. Copyright Richards 2009 Interpreting Chemical Formulas • Think about the question. • Group with your teammates. Discuss your answer with your teammates. • Share with someone else Share your answer with the class.
  403. 403. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 Are these two compounds made of the same elements?
  404. 404. Think-Group-Share  Yes  No CRn2 CrN2 Are these two compounds made of the same elements?
  405. 405. Think-Group-Share  Yes  No CRn2 CrN2 Are these two compounds made of the same elements?
  406. 406. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 How would you separate the molecule? c Where would you separate the molecule into two elements?
  407. 407. Think-Group-Share CRn2 CrN2 c Where would you separate this molecule into two elements?
  408. 408. Think-Group-Share CRn2 CrN2 c Where would you separate this molecule? C Rn2
  409. 409. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 How would you separate the molecule? c C Rn2
  410. 410. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 How would you separate the molecule? c C Rn2 Where would you separate the molecule into two elements?
  411. 411. Think-Group-Share CRn2 CrN2 c Where would you separate this molecule? C Rn2
  412. 412. Think-Group-Share CRn2 CrN2 c Where would you separate this molecule? C Rn2 Cr N2
  413. 413. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 The molecules are separated into atoms. c C Rn2 Cr N2
  414. 414. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 What are the elements? c C Rn2 Cr N2
  415. 415. Think-Group-Share CRn2 CrN2 c What are the elements? C Rn2 Cr N2
  416. 416. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 What are the elements? carbon C Rn2 Cr N2
  417. 417. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 What are the elements? carbon C Rn2 Cr N2 radon
  418. 418. Think-Group-Share CRn2 CrN2 What are the elements? C Rn2 Cr N2
  419. 419. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 What are the elements? carbon C Rn2 Cr N2 radon chromium
  420. 420. Interpreting Chemical Formulas CRn2 CrN2 What are the elements? carbon C Rn2 Cr N2 radon chromium nitrogen
  421. 421. Question 1: What are asteroids? Interpreting Chemical Formulas Independent Practice
  422. 422. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the question and THINK about the answer. 2. GROUP: Discuss the answer with your teammates and agree on the correct answer. 3. SHARE your answers by writing them on the magnetic slate and holding them up.
  423. 423. Interpreting Chemical Formulas OsPb3 Are these 3 compounds the same? OsPB3 OSPb3
  424. 424. Think-Group-Share  Yes  No Are these three compounds the same? OsPb3 OsPB3 OSPb3
  425. 425. Think-Group-Share  Yes  No Are these three compounds the same? OsPb3 OsPB3 OSPb3
  426. 426. Interpreting Chemical Formulas OsPb3 OsPB3 OSPb3 Are these 3 compounds made of the same elements?
  427. 427. Think-Group-Share  Yes  No Are these three compounds all made of the same elements? OsPb3 OsPB3 OSPb3
  428. 428. Think-Group-Share  Yes  No Are these three compounds all made of the same elements? OsPb3 OsPB3 OSPb3
  429. 429. Interpreting Chemical Formulas OsPb3 OsPB3 OSPb3 How would you separate the chemical symbols?
  430. 430. Think-Group-Share Where would you separate this molecule? OsPb3
  431. 431. Think-Group-Share Where would you separate this molecule? OsPb3 Os Pb3
  432. 432. Interpreting Chemical Formulas OsPb3 OsPB3 OSPb3 How would you separate the chemical symbols?
  433. 433. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 OsPB3 OSPb3 How would you separate the chemical symbols?
  434. 434. Think-Group-Share Where would you separate this molecule? OsPB3
  435. 435. Think-Group-Share Where would you separate this molecule? OsPB3 Os P B3
  436. 436. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 OsPB3 OSPb3 How would you separate the chemical symbols?
  437. 437. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 OSPb3 How would you separate the chemical symbols?
  438. 438. Think-Group-Share Where would you separate this molecule? OSPb3
  439. 439. Think-Group-Share Where would you separate this molecule? OSPb3 O S Pb3
  440. 440. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 OSPb3 How would you separate the chemical symbols?
  441. 441. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 How would you separate the chemical symbols?
  442. 442. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 What elements are these Compounds made of?
  443. 443. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 What elements are these Compounds made of? osmium
  444. 444. Interpreting Chemical Formulas? Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead What elements are these Compounds made of?
  445. 445. Interpreting Chemical Formulas? Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead What elements are these compounds made of?
  446. 446. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead osmium What elements are these compounds made of?
  447. 447. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead osmium phosphorus What elements are these compounds made of?
  448. 448. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead osmium phosphorus boron What elements are these compounds made of?
  449. 449. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead osmium phosphorus boron What elements are these compounds made of?
  450. 450. Interpreting Chemical Formulas? Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead osmium phosphorus boron oxygen What elements are these compounds made of?
  451. 451. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead osmium phosphorus boron oxygen sulfur What elements are these compounds made of?
  452. 452. Interpreting Chemical Formulas Os Pb3 Os P B3 O S Pb3 osmium lead osmium phosphorus boron oxygen sulfur lead What elements are these compounds made of?
  453. 453. Question 1: What are asteroids? Chemical Formulas Activity Class Work
  454. 454. Chemical Formulas Activity
  455. 455. Chemical Formulas Activity
  456. 456. Chemical Formulas Activity
  457. 457. Chemical Formulas Activity ? What is the first element in CH4?
  458. 458. Chemical Formulas Activity What is the first element in CH4? carbon
  459. 459. Chemical Formulas Activity How many atoms of carbon are in CH4? ?carbon
  460. 460. Chemical Formulas Activity How many atoms of carbon are in CH4? carbon 1
  461. 461. Chemical Formulas Activity What is the second element in CH4? ?carbon 1
  462. 462. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon What is the second element in CH4? 1 hydrogen
  463. 463. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms of hydrogen are in CH4? 1 hydrogen ?
  464. 464. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms of hydrogen are in CH4? 1 hydrogen 4
  465. 465. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon What is the first element in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 ?
  466. 466. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon What is the first element in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium
  467. 467. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms of sodium are in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium ?
  468. 468. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms of sodium are in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1
  469. 469. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon What is the second element in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 ?
  470. 470. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon What is the second element in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 oxygen
  471. 471. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms of oxygen are in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 oxygen ?
  472. 472. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms of oxygen are in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 oxygen 1
  473. 473. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon What is the third element in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 oxygen 1 ?
  474. 474. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon What is the third element in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 oxygen 1 hydrogen
  475. 475. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms are in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 oxygen 1 hydrogen ?
  476. 476. Chemical Formulas Activity carbon How many atoms are in NaOH? 1 hydrogen 4 sodium 1 oxygen 1 hydrogen 1
  477. 477. Chemical Formulas Activity
  478. 478. Chemical Formulas Activity
  479. 479. Chemical Formulas Activity
  480. 480. Question 1: What are asteroids? Making Compounds Practice SMART Activity
  481. 481. Compounds Review
  482. 482. Cornell NotesInteractive Notebook Page 45
  483. 483. Think-Group-Share 1. THINK: Read the question and THINK about the answer. 2. GROUP: Discuss the answer with your teammates and agree on the correct answer. 3. SHARE your answers by writing them on the magnetic slate and holding them up.
  484. 484. Think-Write-Group-Share What is all matter made of?  A. 26 man-made elements  B. 92 naturally occurring elements  C. 118 elements
  485. 485. Think-Write-Group-Share What is all matter made of?  A. 26 man-made elements  B. 92 naturally occurring elements  C. 118 elements
  486. 486. Think-Write-Group-Share What are the smallest particles of matter?  A. elements  B. atoms  C. compounds
  487. 487. Think-Write-Group-Share What are the smallest particles of matter?  A. elements  B. atoms  C. compounds
  488. 488. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about naturally occurring elements?  A. They can be made. B. They can be destroyed. C. They cannot be made or destroyed.
  489. 489. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about naturally occurring elements?  A. They can be made. B. They can be destroyed. C. They cannot be made or destroyed.
  490. 490. Think-Write-Group-Share What are compounds made from?  A. The chemical reaction of 2 or more elements. B. The mixing of 2 or more elements.
  491. 491. Think-Write-Group-Share What are compounds made from?  A. The chemical reaction of 2 or more elements. B. The mixing of 2 or more elements.
  492. 492. Think-Write-Group-Share What elements are in the compound NF3 ?
  493. 493. Think-Write-Group-Share What elements are in the compound NF3 ?  nitrogen and fluorine
  494. 494. Think-Write-Group-Share How many nitrogen atoms are in the compound NF3 ?
  495. 495. Think-Write-Group-Share How many nitrogen atoms are in the compound NF3 ?  1 N1F3 The number 1 is not written.
  496. 496. Think-Write-Group-Share How many fluorine atoms are in the compound NF3?
  497. 497. Think-Write-Group-Share How many fluorine atoms are in the compound NF3?  3 N1F3 .
  498. 498. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about the properties of compounds?  A. They are the same as the elements that form them. B. They are different from the elements that form them.
  499. 499. Think-Write-Group-Share What is true about the properties of compounds?  A. They are the same as the elements that form them. B. They are different from the elements that form them.
  500. 500. Think-Write-Group-Share What 2 things do chemical formulas show?  A. The elements in a compound.  B. How elements react in a compound.  C. The number of atoms of each element in a compound.
  501. 501. Think-Write-Group-Share What 2 things do chemical formulas show?  A. The elements in a compound.  B. How elements react in a compound.  C. The number of atoms of each element in a compound.
  502. 502. Think-Write-Group-Share 1 atom of carbon combines with 2 atoms of oxygen to form  A. 1 molecule of CO.  B. 1 molecule of CO2.  C. 2 molecules of CO.
  503. 503. Think-Write-Group-Share 1 atom of carbon combines with 2 atoms of oxygen to form  A. 1 molecule of CO.  B. 1 molecule of CO2.  C. 2 molecules of CO.

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