This is the third lecture PowerPoint for a yearlong chemistry lecture series. This lecture covers the periodic table, how it is organized, electron configuration, orbital diagrams, and periodic trends. It includes example problems, Quick Check! sections, NGSS standards, and objectives.
Along with the lecture, a student handout of fill in focus notes is included and goes along with the lecture. It is 7 pages of fill in notes that represent each slide, and include a space for students to write an essential question, questions as they go through the lecture, and a summary.
Use the Focus Notes poster/printable (located in the Poster/Printables section of the store) to enrich your students' note-taking experience and incorporate review and critical thinking into the process.
Each document is able to be modified.
Check out these other Chemistry Lectures in the series:
Unit 1 Measurements in Chemistry LectureUnit 2 Organizing Matter LectureUnit 4 Bonding LectureUnit 5 The Mole LectureFocus Notes Instructions Infographic