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Daily TAKS Connection: Periodic Table. IPC(7): The student knows relationships exist between properties of matter and its components. The student is expected to: (D) relate the chemical behavior of an element. including bonding, to its placement on the periodic table. How to make the foldable:.

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Daily taks connection periodic table

Daily TAKS Connection:Periodic Table

IPC(7): The student knows relationships exist between properties of matter and its components. The student is expected to:

(D) relate the chemical behavior of an element. including bonding, to its placement on the periodic table.


How to make the foldable

How to make the foldable:

Construct a folded book foldable and title “Periodic Table”

  • Materials:

    • Foldable handout (2 pages)

    • Scissors

    • Pen

    • Colored pencils/crayons

    • Periodic Table (needed daily for note-taking activities)

  • Instructions:

    • Hamburger fold the foldable handouts

    • Cut 2 cm slits from the edges of the fold of the handout that has page 2 (as marked)

    • Cut along the fold line of the other sheet of paper beginning and ending about 2 cm from each end (as marked).

    • Burrito fold and insert paper from step 2 into the hole and open, forming a book.


Page 1

Page 1:

Record the following on page 1 of your foldable:

  • number of protons is the same as the atomic number; used to ID an element

Student Task: ID this element


Page 2

Page 2:

Record the following notes on page 2 of your foldable

  • “groups” or “families” are the columns on the Periodic Table

  • elements in the same group have similar physical and chemical properties


Page 3

Page 3:

Record the following notes on page 3 of your foldable

  • Group 18 are called “noble gases”

    • 8 valence electrons (stable octet)

    • noble gases are resistant to forming compounds

  • Student Task: Color and label the noble gases on the drawing on page 3 of your foldable.


Page 4

Page 4:

  • Record the following notes on page 4 of your foldable

    • Ionic Bonds:

      • when metals form bonds with nonmetals

      • Halogens, group 17 elements, form ionic compounds (salts) called halides


Page 5

Page 5:

  • Student Task

    • On the top drawing on page 5 of your foldable, shade the metals one color and the nonmetals a different color.

    • On bottom drawing on page 5 of your foldable, shade the halogen group.


Page 6

Page 6:

Record the following notes on page 6 of your foldable

How to determine oxidation numbers

  • Find the group number (roman numeral) for the element (located at the top of the group).

  • Determine if the element is a metal or a nonmetal.

    • If it is a metal, the roman numeral value from the group number is the positive value of the oxidation number.

      Example: Hydrogen is in group IA; therefore the oxidation number is +1 and the cation is written H1+.

      OR

    • If it is a nonmetal, subtract the roman numeral value from eight. Assign a negative sign to the oxidation number.

      Example: F is in group VIIA; 8 – 7 = 1; therefore the oxidation number is -1 and the anion is written F1-.


Page 7

Page 7:

Record the following notes on the top of page 7 of your foldable

  • Criss-Cross Method for writing ionic compound formulas

    • Rule:Value ofoxidation # of cation becomes the subscript of the anion

    • Rule:Value ofoxidation # of anion becomes the subscript of the cation


Page 71

Page 7:

Record the following notes on the bottom of page 7 of your foldable

  • Covalent Bonds

    • Non-metals form bonds with non-metals

    • Elements share electrons

    • Examples: CO2, CH4

      • Carbon, Oxygen, and Hydrogen are all nonmetals


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