If you are teaching your students about Isotopes this is an excellent resource! This particular resource is designed as a precursor to nuclear physics and chemistry, but since it is EDITABLE
you can make adjustments to the PowerPoint Presentation, student notes and homework.
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Topic covered in this resource package include:
• what is an isotope
• drawing Bohr-Rutherford diagrams of isotopes
• similarities and differences between isotopes of the same element
• ground state and excited states (including Bohr-Rutherford diagrams)
• radioisotopes and their uses
The 10-slide animated PowerPoint file is followed exactly by the 2-page student note and 2 pages of homework questions. The second page of homework is a fun review page where students determine the characteristics of different isotopes (atomic mass, atomic number, number of protons, neutrons and electrons) and color or shade to review a secret message. See it here: Isotopes Review: A Chemistry Coloring Page.
The files are available in PDF format to print as-is and as EDITABLE
DOCX document files and PPTX PowerPoint files if you need to make an adjustment to meet the needs of your students. Full solutions included!
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