Atomic Theory and Model Lesson - The History of the Atom:
This 18 slide Atomic Model lesson package examines the history of the atomic theory including the contributions of key persons as well as their influence on how the atom was perceived in their time including Democritus, Dalton (Ball Model), J.J. Thompson (Raisin Bun Model), Rutherford (Gold Foil Experiment) and Bohr (Energy Level Model). The lesson package also includes an inquiry activity to be done prior to the lesson which gets the students really thinking about how the atom was developed.
In order, the lesson covers:
- Atomic Theory Matching
- Atom Size
- Dalton – Ball Model
- J.J. Thompson – Raisin Bun Model
- Rutherford – Gold Foil Experiment
- Bohr – Energy Level Model
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- The student version of the PowerPoint
- Videos embedded into the PowerPoint
- Student activity and worksheet
- Student lesson handout
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Interested in a Periodic Table WebQuest and Element Assignment to go along with the lesson?Click here.
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