This particular PowerPoint addresses the concepts of atomic number, atomic mass, and mass number with respect to the Periodic Table of Elements. This product is relevant to all science classes addressing chemistry-related, curricular expectations or common core standards. Pairing it with sample problems will be beneficial for the students.
In addition, the presentation is accompanied by a handout that can be distributed to students after the lesson. The handout provides a summary of the concepts discussed, an example for calculating the number of subatomic particles given the periodic table's information, and a chance to practice standard atomic notation.
The PowerPoint and the handout are also both available in PDF form for formatting and ease of printing. If you would like to edit either, feel free with the included .pptx files that are located in the .zip file!
I have a clear, distinct style when designing PowerPoint presentations. I prefer organized, sleek, and colorful products that engage students in the content that is being addressed. This product is aesthetically pleasing and carries a consistent theme, style, and design throughout the entire duration of the presentation.
Additionally, the PowerPoint presentation is entirely animated and would be paired well with a clicker-device. The presentation is organized such that the content is scaffolded well for students, introducing ideas from lower-order levels of thinking into slightly higher levels as it is worked through.
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