Atomic Theory - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities

Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
Atomic Theory  - Warm Ups, Exit Tickets, and Journal Activities
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This download includes 44 warm-up questions, 15 exit ticket questions, and 6 journal activities for your unit on atoms and atomic theory, including questions about Mendeleev and the history of the periodic table, along with 2 blank exit ticket designs to use your way.

The warm-up questions cover Democritus, John Dalton, JJ Thomson, Ernest Rutherford, Niels Bohr, and James Chadwick regarding their discoveries and contributions to our understanding of the modern atomic model. Also included are questions about Dmitri Mendeleev and the history of the periodic table, along with questions about the subatomic particles, and how to find average atomic mass.

The warm-up questions are given in PDF format, with suggested answers, as well as in a power point presentation so you have an option as to how you present your warm-up question - either written on the board, or on the screen.

Exit ticket questions are given in PDF format, and written into an actual Exit Ticket design that you can copy, cut, and give to the students to complete at the end of class.

I've included 2 different blank exit ticket designs which you may use to write your own questions.

Journal activities are given in small-size format that students may cut out and glue into their journals. Activities include drawing atoms and labeling, calculating average atomic mass, recording information about Mendeleev in a 'foldable', answering questions about the diagrams of Thomson's plum pudding model and Rutherford's experiment, and filling in a small chart about subatomic particles.

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