A great PowerPoint to present as a week long part of your lesson as you introduce and discuss the Periodic Table. This PowerPoint will help your students to understand it by learning the history behind it and also by breaking it down piece by piece.
A total of 55 slides and about 75 minutes of total video throughout the entire presentation! Videos include the 'Genius (history) of Mendeleev's Periodic Table', 'The Element Song', Discovery Science's breakdown/explanation of the properties and uses of each Family/Group of the elements (10 separate videos), and also a cool video showing the Alkali metals and their different reactions to water! Boom! My students also love the professor with the wacky hair explaining the 'Wide Periodic Table'.
NOTE: The preview is just a portion of the slides from the whole! I selected couple from the beginning, a few from the middle, and a couple from the end. If it doesn't seem like it goes 'in order', it's because you're seeing a little bit from certain places. I guarantee that what you don't see is even better!
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If your school restricts access to youtube, you may encounter problems when trying to play this PowerPoint's videos. On my home computer (no security restrictions on youtube), the PP and the videos play just fine. However, at my school, where youtube is restricted, the embedded video will not work.
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