Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet

Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
Proton Electron and Neutron Cacluations - Guided Worksheet Packet
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Guided worksheet on how to use the periodic table to determine the number of subatomic particles of an atom: protons, electrons, and neutrons.

3 Different Skill Levels - 3 Worksheets - 9 Options - 20 Exercises each.

Version 1: Guided Worksheet A, B, & C
--Guide on how to determine number of subatomic particles from periodic table.
--Example exercise.
--Periodic table square provided for each exercise.
--Students determine atomic mass, atomic number, number of protons, number of electrons, and number of neutrons.
--20 Exercises on each worksheet.
--Stand alone mini-lesson. 3 Good substitute assignments.

Version 2: Guided Worksheet A, B, & C
--Guide on how to determine number of subatomic particles from periodic table.
--Example exercise.
--Element Name & Symbol Provided
--Students determine atomic mass, atomic number, number of protons, number of electrons, and number of neutrons.
--20 Exercises on each worksheet.
--Periodic table required. Good substitute assignment.

Version 3: Guided Worksheet A, B, & C
--Guide on how to determine number of subatomic particles from periodic table.
--Example exercise.
--Element Name Provided
--Students determine atomic mass, atomic number, number of protons, number of electrons, and number of neutrons.
--20 Exercises on each worksheet.
--Periodic table required. Good substitute assignment.

Answer Key Provided.

Next Generation Science Standards
--PS1.A: Structure and Properties of Matter
--HS-PS1: Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms.
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3 hours
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